Gal Gadot revealed today that she is voicing the character Shank, a tough and talented driver in an intense and gritty online racing game called Slaughter Race, in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” which hits theatres on November 21.
After conquering the arcade the only logical next step is to hit the internet.
The new trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet (Wreck-It Ralph 2) shows us a glimpse of what we can expect – and yes, there are princesses.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is in theaters on November 21st.
Hulu has ordered 11 episodes of I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman to return on September 6th, 2018. This season of the hit variety series will return just in time for some seriously funny conversation around the midterm elections.
Seth Rogen’s Hilarity for Charity is a nonprofit movement, led by Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller Rogen, dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change, and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care, research, and support through the engagement of millennials.
The 6th Annual Hilarity for Charity will be the first be televised and will premiere globally on Netflix on April 6th.
Video game bad guy Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman) navigate the vast and dynamic world wide web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope’s game, Sugar Rush.
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 opens on November 21st.
Sarah Silverman loves America so much that she decided the best way to understand what’s going in America on a daily basis was to get out into streets and talk with people from conceivable demographic group – and especially those whose views conflicted with her own.
Hulu has released a video that shows us (and her) how well she is/is not figuring out the complexities of America.
The show is called I Love You, America and it premieres Thursday, October 12th – only on Hulu.
One of the problems about therapy is that people can tend to go on and on and on about their therapy.
What if they could reduce all their generalities down to under two minutes? May then, we could grasp the benefits of therapy and maybe even be willing to try it ourselves.
Alex Karpovsky and Teddy Blanks have created a six-episode series of successful artists reducing their many years of therapy to under two minutes. It works beautifully.
Hulu has given a new Funy or Die series – starring Sarah Silverman – a straight-to-series order.
The show’s working title is I Love You, America and would feature Silverman in a ten-episode order of a weekly half-hour topical show to discuss the current political/emotional landscape of the country.
Saturday Night Live will kick off its 40th(!!!) season – with guest host Chris ‘Starlord’ Pratt and musical guest Ariana Grande – on September 27th.
Sarah Silverman returns to guest host for the 8th time on October 4th – with musical guests Maroon 5.
Remember Dan Harmon, creator of NBC’s Community (now on Yahoo), was fired from his own show? Well, after being canned, he took a bit of time to take his disappointment, rage, cynicism and ironic wit on the road. The result is the odd documentary Harmontown.
Check out the first trailer for Harmontown after the jump. Harmontown will open in L.A. on October 3rd and be available on VOD on October 10th.
If there’s anything more confusing than a list of Emmy® winners, I’m not sure I know what it is. Even after some horrendous snubs (not just Tatiana Maslany…), there were still a lot of worthy nominees this year. The problem is that deserved wins by the consistently excellent Breaking Bad (for example) were cheapened by repeat wins by shows that were not as good as other nominees in their class (Modern Family, for example).
For every win for something new and amazing (Fargo), there was a win that made no sense at all (Kathy Bates over Allison Tolman? WTF?). And how does Louis C.K. win for comedy writing and lose comedy series to Modern Family, Academy? You just said that Louie had the best (ie: funniest) comedy writing!
Anyway, follow the jump for a complete list of Emmy winners and, quite possibly, a wee bit of commentary.