Episode 21 of The JV Club finds Janet and guest Alison Brie (Community, Mad Men) spontaneously writing a movie pitch, discussing the bathroom-centric challenges of leotards, and even catching a few cooties with a fan-made cootie catcher. If you don’t know what that is, it’s not what it sounds like.
Movie studios, take note. Here’s how you announce a film is being made available to an audience. With today’s announcement that Tribeca Films have picked up Bob Byington’s comedy Somebody Up There Likes Me for a March 2013 video-on-demand and theatrical run, some of the stars of the film (and other acquaintances) got together to celebrate, or something to that effect.
In the below video one can find star Nick Offerman (Parks & Recs‘ Ron Swanson) with wife Megan Mullally and Community‘s Alison Brie (the latter is not involved in the film) partaking in some celebratory festivities and trying to remember details of said film. It’s hilarious and best of all, a bit different from most stale announcements. We quite liked the film, also starring Keith Poulson and Jess Weixler, at SXSW saying, “Byington is fully in control and has crafted the most detached comedy of the year thus far. In some ways he is able to achieve a spot-on truth.”
The Alison Brie Central photo gallery has been updated with 45 HQ and MQ images of Alison Brie during the “Community” panel and press area at this year’s Comic-Con!
This morning, the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards were announced and “Community” has been nominated for “Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series”!
Outstanding Writing For A Comedy Series
Community, Remedial Chaos Theory
Parks And Recreation, The Debate
Parks And Recreation, Win, Lose, Or Draw
According to TV Line, Alison Brie is going to appear in an episode of the Adult Swim TV show “NTSF:SD:SUV::” during its second season!
Among the names tossed around: Ray Liotta, Community‘s Alison Brie, Parks and Recreation‘s Aziz Ansari and Aubrey Plaza, Shaquille O’Neal, Saturday Night Live‘s Bill Hader, George Clooney arm candy Stacey Kiebler, 666 Park Avenue‘s Vanessa Williams and Oprah and her bestie, CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King. “Some of these are fake, but a lot of them are real,” Scheer eventually admitted.