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03 Jun 2023
By Jennifer • Comments Off on Talk Show Screencaps From 2020-2023 • Photos
I have updated the photo gallery with 9,053 HD screencaps from the various talk shows that Alison Brie has appeared on from the end of 2020 through February 2023. Check them out by clicking on the preview links!
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22 May 2023
I have updated the photo gallery with 3,200 HD screencaps from the film Somebody I Used To Know. Check them out by clicking on the preview links!
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22 May 2023
I have updated the photo gallery with 2,728 HD screencaps from the film Spin Me Round. Check them out by clicking on the preview links!
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15 Apr 2023
By Jennifer • Comments Off on Gold Derby Interview • Interviews, Videos
Alison Brie explains how a walk with Dave Franco sparked their unconventional rom-com ‘Somebody I Used to Know.’ Plus: The actress gives an update on the “Community” movie. Gold Derby editor Joyce Eng hosts this webchat.
08 Apr 2023
The wheels are not close to coming off the “Carpool Karaoke” franchise, as a series of new episodes was announced Monday morning for Apple TV+, featuring stars ranging from pop singer Avril Lavigne to TV star Sheryl Lee Ralph to current Broadway queen Lea Michele.
The eight new “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” episodes will bow globally on the platform on June 23.
While most of the installments pair up two stars, three of the episodes promise to incorporate the cast of a series: Netflix’s “Girls5eva,” CBS’ “Ghosts” and Apple TV+’s “The Afterparty.”
Some of the partners in carpooling have a joint project to promote. Alison Brie and Danny Pudi, for instance, are not only mutual “Community” alumni but recently reunited for the rom-com “Somebody That I Used to Know.” Not coincidentally, a teaser that was already posted for their “Karaoke” episode has them singing the Gotye song of that same name.
Driving pals Avril Lavigne and Yungblud, meanwhile, released a new collaborative song in January, “I’m a Mess.”
The full list of fresh episodes due in June:
Yungblud & Avril Lavigne
Cedric The Entertainer & Sheryl Lee Ralph
Alanis Morissette & Cara Delevingne
Lea Michele and Darren Criss
The cast of “Girls5eva”
The cast of “Ghosts”
Alison Brie and Danny Pudi
The cast of Apple TV+’s “The Afterparty”
27 Mar 2023
Hey everyone! First, I want to apologize for my absence recently. I have been adjusting to starting a new job and finishing up my academic career, so my fan sites had to take a back seat for a few months. I’m now trying to play catch-up and get things back on track.
I have added 814 HQ/MQ photos of Alison Brie from events she has attended so far in 2023 to our photo gallery. We’re now all caught up with event pictures! Check them out by clicking on the preview links!
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17 Mar 2023
Peacock‘s Apples Never Fall is adding more stars as Alison Brie and Jake Lacy join the limited drama.
They are cast alongside the previously announced Annette Bening and Sam Neill who will lead the show based on Big Little Lies writer Liane Moriarty‘s book of the same name. Produced by Universal International Studios’ Heyday Television, Apples Never Fall is written for television by showrunner Melanie Marnich who executive produces alongside Moriarty, David Heyman, Albert Page, and Jillian Share.
The series centers around the Delaneys, who, from the outside, appear to be a perfect family. Former tennis coaches Joy (Bening) and Stan (Neill) are parents to four adult children, and after decades of marriage, they have finally sold their famed tennis academy and are ready to start what should be the golden years of their lives.
Things take a turn, though, after Joy disappears and her children are forced to re-examine their parents’ marriage and family history with fresh eyes. Both Brie and Lacy have been cast as Delaney children in the series, which will have multiple episodes directed by Chris Sweeney.
Brie will play Amy Delaney, the oldest of the Delaney children and the black sheep of the family. Still renting a room in a house meant for grad students and jumping from one career path to another, Amy is a mess. Meanwhile, Lacey plays Troy Delaney, the second-eldest child of the family whose competitive edge he developed as a young tennis player is now his greatest asset as a venture capitalist.
Viewers will recognize Brie from her roles in shows like GLOW and Community as well as the recently released Prime Video film Somebody I Used to Know. As for Lacey, he’s been seen most recently in shows like A Friend of the Family and Season 1 of HBO‘s Emmy-winning The White Lotus.
Filming for Apples Never Fall will begin soon in Queensland, Australia. Stay tuned for more on the series as we await casting news for the remaining Delaney children and other characters.
Source: TV Insider
12 Jan 2023
The official trailer for Somebody I Used To Know is now online! Make sure you check out the film exclusively on Amazon Prime starting on February 10, 2023!
08 Jan 2023
Community fans were overjoyed last September when Joel McHale confirmed that the long-awaited movie was finally in the works. The long-running dream of fans’ of the show, ‘six seasons and a movie’, finally turned into reality seven years after Season 6 aired. It had been a long and bumpy ride for fans to see that dream come true, but things are finally in motion. In a recent appearance at late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live! the actor confirmed filming will begin later this year in June.
McHale was on the show to promote his upcoming series Animal Control. During the interview, an Albino Burmese Python was brought out as McHale plays a cop turned animal control officer in the series. Kimmel then reminded him that he worked with a monkey in Community and probed him about the upcoming feature. McHale affirmed, “We are, we’re making the Community movie in June, so… Thanks for remembering.” The actor stayed tight-lipped about the feature, but jokingly confirmed, “I can say Ken Jeong’s gonna be in it.”
The series, set at Greendale Community College, followed former lawyer Jeff Winger (McHale) who is forced to attend the school in order to obtain a legitimate degree. There, he forms a Spanish study group with several quirky classmates who quickly become his found family. Over the years, the group has entertained fans with chaotic situations, famous paintball fights, alternate timelines, animated episodes, and meta-commentary.
When the movie was announced Peacock confirmed most of the cast will be coming back including McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, Jim Rash, and Jeong, however, Donald Glover, Chevy Chase, and Yvette Nicole Brown, were sorely absent from the cast list. Nonetheless, creator Don Harmon did not rule out the possibility of getting the actors in the roster, previously divulging, “I think if there’s names missing from a list, it’s because the names that are on the list, and their deals are agreed upon enough that it’s OK to say they are on the list, and anybody that’s not on a list, it’s just not the case yet. So there is nothing official about anybody being out.”
Currently, there is no release window for the series or even what the plot will be, except that it will eventually debut on Peacock. In the meantime, catch up with the full series now on Netflix, and coming soon to Peacock.
30 Sep 2022
Six seasons and a movie is finally real after NBCUniversal’s Peacock ordered a feature film closure for Community.
It’s a long time coming for the fan-favorite series, which ran for more than 100 episodes between 2009 and 2015.
The streaming service has ordered Community: The Movie from creator Dan Harmon. It will feature original series stars Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash and Ken Jeong. The NBCU digital platform won the rights in a competitive situation.
It comes a month after Harmon gave his most concrete answer to the question about when the movie is coming, revealing that it was a “matter of when.” It seems when is now.
Community, which was set in a community college in Colorado, originally launched on NBC, airing alongside series such as The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation. It ran for five seasons on the linear network before moving to Yahoo! Screen for its final season – one of the first shows to move to a digital platform after a linear launch.
McHale returns as Jeff Winger, Jacobs plays Britta Perry, Pudi is Abed Nadir, Brie as Annie Edison, Rash as Craig Pelton, and Jeong as Ben Chang.
There’s no sign of Chevy Chase, who starred in the first four seasons but left after frequent conflicts with Harmon following a Season 5 cameo, Donald Glover, who starred in the first five seasons, and Yvette Nicole Brown, who also starred in the first five seasons, are also not returning, but that’s not a surprise given their exits.
Harmon and Andrew Guest will write and exec produce while McHale, Russ Krasnoff and Gary Foster will executive produce the movie, which comes from Sony Pictures Television and Universal Television.
Peacock is also acquiring the full series library on a non-exclusive basis.
“‘Six seasons and a movie’ started out as a cheeky line from Community’s early seasons and quickly ignited a passionate fan movement for this iconic, hilarious and cool NBC comedy,” said Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “We’re incredibly grateful that 15 years later, we are able to deliver fans this promised movie and can’t wait to get to work with Dan Harmon, Andrew Guest, Joel McHale, Sony and our partners at UTV to continue this epic comedy for Peacock audiences.”
“Community was light years ahead of its time when it premiered on NBC in 2009 and we are thrilled to once again visit the brilliant minds of Dan Harmon, Andrew Guest and this impeccable cast. We are grateful to Peacock, our partners at UTV and to all the zealous fans who have cherished this iconic show,” said Jason Clodfelter, Co-President, Sony Pictures Television Studios.
“This franchise is the very definition of community,” added Erin Underhill, President, Universal Television. “We’re excited to bring the band back together and continue the journey of these beloved characters.”
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