Sneak previews of Axe Cop and High School USA! will run Sunday at 9:30 and 9:45 p.m. eastern, respectively, with all due respect, on Fox. The shows will make their official series premieres beginning at 11 p.m. Saturday, July 27th.
Fox's initial raison d'etre was to be the "alternative" to the staid, lame network programming us human beings had foolishly grown accustomed to. While Fox still reaches the youngest viewers among the "big four" channels today, cable has become the home to the more subversive, niche, talked about TV shows. Not coincidentally, cable is also where more and more viewers, and more and more money, are going. This cannot [...]
Here's a new red band trailer for the upcoming comedy The Kings of Summer, which features Nick Offerman yelling at a teenager about masturbating and saying "fuck you" to a police officer. What else could you possibly want from a movie?
Here's the trailer for a new coming of age comedy called The Kings of Summer, in which Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally play supporting roles as the parents of a couple of the lead characters. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts (Comedy Central's Mash Up), the movie drew critical acclaim when it premiered at Sundance earlier this year, despite the casting director making a big mistake by casting real life married couple Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally as the parents of different kids.
To promote a new indie comedy he's starring in called Somebody Up There Likes Me, Nick Offerman made this ridiculous video with Adam Scott, Megan Mullally, Amy Poehler, Alison Brie, and Friday Night Lights' Stephanie Hunt. He also did a question-and-answer sesson on Reddit, the highlights of which are contained below:
"Several times a day, Nick shits his pants, scream-belches, “YOU FRACKING WHORE!” at me, snorts a veritable mountain of crushed ephedrine, urinates on our bed, makes me re-shave the swastika into his pubes, and then cries like a baby and calls me 'Mommy' while he tries to suckle at my unresponsive buttocks. When we have company over? Forget it."
Mustachioed Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman is about to become an author. The actor/carpenter has written his first book, called Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Principles for Delicious Living. It's set for an October 1st release, but you can pre-order now. Paddle Your Own Canoe is a humorous memoir made up of anecdotes, rants, and life advice from Offerman, and it's probably the closest thing you'll ever get to reading a book written by Ron Swanson because he's a fictional character and fictional characters don't write books.
Hit the jump to check out the full-sized book cover and official description from the publisher:
Here's Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman on Leno last night, serenading his wife Megan Mullally (who's not there) with a tune he wrote called "The Rainbow Song." Fellow Leno guest Usher doesn't seem to approve.
Here's a brand new trailer for the upcoming Fox animated series Axe Cop that the network debuted at comic book gathering WonderCon this weekend. The show, based on a comic created by a five-year-old and drawn by his much older brother, will be a 15-minute series that premieres on Fox's Animation Domination, a new late night animated Saturday night block that begins July 27th. Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman as the voice of the title character "Axe Cop," which is the most badass part of an already badass trailer.
IFC just announced a list of guest stars for its new animated comedy Out There, which premieres on the cable network Friday, February 22nd. Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman, Jason Schwartzman, Ellen Page, Jemaine Clement, Selma Blair, Stephen Root, and Christian Slater will all be lending their voices to the show in guest spots during the first season. This list of beloved comedy names (and Christian Slater) comes on top of the show's already-impressive regular cast that includes Fred Armisen, Pamela Adlon, Linda Cardellini, John DiMaggio, Megan Mullally, and more. Created by South Park animator Ryan Quincy, Out There follows the misadventures of a trio of young boys in a [...]
The Kings of Summer opens in select cities today. It will make its way to the other, non-select cities at some point soon. Patience is a virtue.
The Kings of Summer seems to have come from the mind of Nick Offerman, but it was actually written by first time screenwriter Chris Galletta, a former David Letterman joke writer. The plot of the film finds three teenage boys spending the summer in the woods, building a house and trying to live a Walden type existence to get away from their annoying and overbearing parents. While this goes on, Nick Offerman, who plays Frank, the father of the lead MIA rapscallion, [...]
Here's an independent movie called Tuna from 2000 that the writer just uploaded to YouTube in its entirety. It stars Louis C.K., Nick Offerman, Jon Glaser, and a 4-year-old Angus T. Jones (he was a quarter of a man at the time). Writer Adam DeCoster put the movie on YouTube this week. It was directed by Bob Byington, who recently directed Offerman in Somebody Up There Likes Me. So, if you've ever wanted to watch Louis C.K. and Nick Offerman act in the same thing outside of C.K.'s episodes of Parks and Rec, this looks like a pretty good bet.
Here's Nick Offerman on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, showing off his breakdancing skills. It's what the internet has been building up to this whole time. Hit the jump to watch him in a chicken suit with Fallon clucking The Lumineers' "Ho Hey" and the rest of his appearance on the show:
Here's Megan Mullally performing a cover of rapper Riskay's "Smell Yo Dick" with her musical duo "Nancy and Beth" (a.k.a. Mullally and Friday Night Lights actress Stephanie Hunt) at the Largo in Los Angeles, featuring a surprise cameo from Mullally's husband and frequent co-star Nick Offerman. Rapping about dicks is the furthest thing from playing Ron Swanson Nick Offerman has ever done.
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