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This movie is going to birth so many animated gifs.
The coveted, generic role of Chris Evans’ Captain America: The Winter Soldier “love interest” is down to five hypothetical objects of the Captain’s affection. According to Deadline, the actresses up for the part are Game of Thrones‘ Emilia Clark, Downton Abbey‘s Jessica Brown Findlay, I Am Number Four‘s Teresa Palmer, Fright Night‘s Imogen Poots, and Community and Mad Men star Allison Brie. Brie would seem to have a slight advantage in the running, seeing as how Captain America 2 directors Joe and Anthony Russo executive produce and often direct episodes of Community, but then again, it seems like Poots’ somehow-real name comes up pretty much every time a non-specific love interest is needed, so by the numbers, maybe she has an edge. All the actresses are said to be testing for the part, so in the end, it’s all going to come down to who is most lovable, and who should be alone forever.
Deadline also adds that Scarlett Johansson–indentured to Marvel to squeeze into leather for as many as nine films–will once again show up to perform some her unique, crawl-around-on-the-floor-style spy-craft. That should be fun.
The Newsroom has been one of my guilty pleasures this year even though it manages to be so overly schmaltzy and liberal that even I want to vomit into my NPR tote. So imagine my surprise to see Alison Pill tweet a topless photo of herself to everyone on Twitter which seemed like a really Read More …
Her small screen career is certainly on the up-and-up, and Alison Brie landed herself a feature in the April 2012 issue of BlackBook magazine.
The 29-year-old actress donned designer dresses from the likes of Emilio Pucci and Burberry Prorsum for the elegant Harper Smith shot spread accompanying her comedic column titled “School’s Out”.
Highlights from Miss Brie’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to BlackBook!
On getting her comedic start at a very young age:
“When I was a little girl, I was always trying to make my family laugh. I would perform little SNL-type skits with my sister. My signature sketch was about edible wieners. Picture me, a skinny little eight-year-old girl in Pasadena wearing a trench coat to reveal a hot dog between my legs, and I’d burst into an advertisement. ‘You’re walking down the street and you get hungry, and you don’t have anything to eat. New edible wieners! It’s your wiener, but you can eat it!’”
On her take on comedy:
“A big part of comedy to me is looking stupid and being comfortable looking unattractive. Comedy comes before vanity.”
On her TV show ‘Community’:
“What keeps people coming back to watch the show is that these people are constantly growing and changing, and that those relationships are evolving. You can go see stand-up and laugh, and that’s fine, but it’s the story that should keep you coming back.”
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alisonkrauss.com Alison Krauss Website For Alison Krauss, musical collaboration has been a way of life. Her own story, of course, has been nothing short of amazing: signed to Rounder Records as a precocious, 14 year-old fiddler from Champaign, Illinois, she has, over two decades, become the most recognized face in contemporary bluegrass and a critically acclaimed artist who has brought modern sophistication to the genre while respecting its traditions. Krauss has consistently worked to honor her influences, like contemporary bluegrass pioneer Tony Rice, to promote discoveries like the Cox Family and Nickel Creek and to offer her skills as producer for those artists and others, most recently, country star Alan Jackson. With her twelfth release, A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection, Krauss gathers on one elegantly understated disc several previously released collaborations with such artists and friends as Brad Paisley, John Waite, James Taylor, Natalie MacMaster and The Chieftains, along with songs she cut for the films Cold Mountain, O Brother, Where Art Thou? and an inspired by album for the animated The Prince Of Egypt. Already making its way to radio is the remake of Waites Missing You, which the Seattle Post-Intelligencer has called a killer duet with an incandescent Krauss. She also recorded and produced five new tracks, including a soulful slow-dance tempo of Don Williams Lay Down Beside Me with Rounder Records label-mate Waite, to create something far more than …
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Three-time Brickyard 400 winner Jimmie Johnson got a visit this weekend from a more musical version of himself. Hours before his concert Friday at Verizon Wireless Music Center, low-key Hawaii-based singer-songwriter Jack Johnson dropped in at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to see Jimmie, who friends say is equally low-key.
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The Lion, the citys newest faux speakeasy, is a pale imitation of its predecessors.
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‘Community’s’ Alison Brie talks the fan divide over an Annie and Jeff romance
The adorable Alison Brie, who plays Annie on “Community,” must feel on top of the world. She’ll be starring in “Scream 4″ and her other gig, a little show called “Mad Men” premiered with Season 4 on Sunday (July 25).Zap2it caught up with the gal, whose character is causing a stir on “Community” as a romantic dynamic has built between Annie and Jeff (played by Joel McHale), which seems to have …
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