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Posted by Renee on 19 January 2020 with 0 Comments
Hulu has confirmed that Kat’s Dollface will be coming back for Season 2!
New episodes of Dollface come to Hulu after a stellar first season, serving as the best performing new binge series for subscriber engagement amongst Hulu Originals in 2019. The original comedy series follows Jules (Kat Dennings), a young vibrant woman who is dealing with the aftermath of being dumped by her boyfriend. With a broken heart, Jules battles her own imagination in order to literally and metaphorically re-enter the world of women, with friendships she left behind and the new battle of dating post breakup.
Posted by Renee on 03 November 2018 with 0 Comments
The streamer has given the series a 10-episode order. It follows a young woman (Dennings) who, after being dumped by her longtime boyfriend, must deal with her own imagination in order to literally and metaphorically re-enter the world of women, and rekindle the female friendships she left behind.
Dennings will also executive produce in addition to starring. Jordan Weiss created the series and will also executive produce. Ira Ungerleider will serve as showrunner with Margot Robbie and Brett Hedblom and Tom Ackerley of Robbie’s LuckyChap banner executive producing as well. Clubhouse Pictures’ Bryan Unkeless and Scott Morgan are executive producers along with Nicole King and Stephanie Laing. Matt Spicer directed the pilot and is an executive producer. Laing will direct multiple episodes as well. ABC Signature Studios produces.
Posted by Renee on 26 May 2018 with 0 Comments
And as a character, Dallas is somewhat uncharted territory for any actress. She nominally does for, say, Han Solo what Rick Sanchez does for Doc Brown—honing in on that character’s distinguishing element and underlining the shit out of it. The difference is that female characters in these kinds of shows a) aren’t normally the lead character (Robo and Dallas argue over who is whose sidekick, but Robo is definitely the Watson here), and b) they don’t normally get to be so roguish. “It wasn’t like when I signed up they were like ‘oh, we should give her a bigger role,’” says Dennings. “This was the show… That’s what attracted me so much—that she’s playing the role that, typically, a dude would play.” For her, the atypical character has paid off, creatively. “She is my favorite character I’ve ever played,” she adds. “Ever. In my entire career. I get so much joy from saying the things that she says.”
Posted by Renee on 20 May 2018 with 0 Comments
Posted by Renee on 09 May 2018 with 0 Comments
Kat’s upcoming animated series Dallas and Robo will premiere on Youtube Red on May 30! John Cena voices robot Robo while Kat plays space trucker Dallas as they explore the world of big-rigging. Jane Lynch, Giancarlo Esposito, Taran Killam, and Clancy Brown will guest star. [x]
Posted by Renee on 25 February 2018 with 0 Comments
Posted by Renee on 17 February 2018 with 0 Comments
Kat Dennings has landed a lead role in the forthcoming ABC comedy pilot based on the book and blog “How May We Hate You,” TheWrap has confirmed.
The untitled single-camera, ensemble comedy will focus on two co-workers who cater to the needs of guests at a high-end resort.
Dennings has been cast as Ellie, a guest services specialist who is forced to wear a plastic smile while dealing with hotel clientele who pay more per night than she has to pay in rent each month. While in debt from three botched attempts at different grad schools, she’s working to make ends meet with her best friend Gabe at the fancy hotel.
Posted by Renee on 23 November 2017 with 0 Comments
Kat Dennings has found her next series vehicle after 2 Broke Girls. She is set to star in Dollface for Hulu. She plays a young woman who, after being dumped by her longtime boyfriend, must metaphorically re-enter the world of women, and rekindle the female friendships she left behind. Jordan Weiss is the writer, creator and executive producer. Veep‘s Stephanie Laing will direct the pilot and be a producer.
2 Broke Girls ended last May after six seasons and set a record for the richest off-network syndication deal when it sold to TBS.
The catalyst here as producers are Margot Robbie and Brett Hedblom from LuckyChap Entertainment and Bryan Unkeless and Scott Morgan from Clubhouse Pictures. They just produced together I, Tonya, the Craig Gillespie-directed black comedy about the rise and fall of Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding that will be released next month by 30WEST and NEON after becoming the biggest sale at the Toronto Film Festival.
LuckyChap and Clubhouse will produce the Hulu show alongside Management 360’s Nicole King, and Dennings.
Dennings is repped by Management 360, UTA and Harris Hartman; LuckyChap by Management 360, CAA and attorney Jeff Bernstein; Weiss by CAA and Mosaic; and Laing by CAA and Principato-Young.
This is the first TV project for LuckyChap as well as Clubhouse, latter of which is repped by Eric Suddleson.
Posted by Renee on 17 September 2017 with 0 Comments
I’ve added screencaptures from three guest appearances Kat made back in the early/mid 00s – CSI, CSI NY and Less Than Perfect.
- TELEVISION SERIES > 2003 – LESS THAN PERFECT > 2X10 – THE GIRL NEXT DOOR (CAPTURES)
- TELEVISION SERIES > 2004 – CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION > 4X15 – EARLY ROLLOUT (CAPTURES)
- TELEVISION SERIES > 2005 – CSI: NY > 2X07 – MANHATTAN MANHUNT (CAPTURES)
Posted by Renee on 13 September 2017 with 0 Comments
In the new trailer for Nick Kroll’s new animated Netflix series Big Mouth, the average American family is introduced to a fantastical world where genitals can talk and teens are visited by hairy, horned “hormone monsters,” imaginatively challenging the ways people talk about puberty.
The show, which debuts on the streaming service later this month, features a roster of A-list actors and comedians who voice characters tackling everything you were afraid to ask about puberty and sex in middle school. Big Mouth reunites Oh, Hello‘s Kroll and John Mulaney as pubescent boys Nick and Andrew, and is loosely based on the misadventures Kroll shared with the show’s animator Andrew Goldberg (Family Guy) growing up, according to Deadline.
“Andrew and I have been best friends since first grade, so this show is over 30 years in the making,” Kroll told Deadline in June. “I can’t wait to tell all the stories that make up the glorious nightmare of puberty.”
In the first trailer, the duo navigates first kisses, DIY masturbation innovations, and the aforementioned hormone monster who stops by to distribute “nocturnal emissions.” Meanwhile, Jessi—the boys’ female counterpart played by Jessie Klein (SNL, Inside Amy Schumer)—wrestles with her first periods and a volatile relationship with her mom. It’s all pretty crude and messy, but then again, so is puberty.
Along with Kroll and Mulaney, a killer cadre of funny people pile on to get candid about the birds and the bees. Maya Rudolph is the bombastic female counterpoint to Kroll’s hormone monster, Jordan Peele plays the ghost of Duke Ellington, and Jason Mantzoukas, Jenny Slate, Fred Armisen, Kat Dennings, and Andrew Rannells portray Nick and Jessi’s friends, family, and frenemies. Kristen Wiig even pops in to voice Jessi’s surprisingly friendly and articulate genitals.
You can binge-watch the nightmare of puberty yourself when Big Mouth hits Netflix on September 29.