Fresh off the heels of NBC’s broadcast of the one-hour series finale of Parks and Recreation last night, the cast of the long-running sitcom made an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers to reminisce about their experience filming the final episode, while star Chris Pratt revealed how he thought the series should have ended.
At the end of the night, host Seth Meyers joined in with Parks and Rec co-creator Michael Schur and the cast — Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, Rashida Jones, Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Retta, Jon Glaser, Jim O’Heir, and a guitar-playing Chris Pratt — for a tear-jerking rendition of “Bye, Bye Li’l Sebastian,” complete with lighters held high.
Check out the cast singing on Late Night here below.
The cast of NBC’s Parks and Recreation made an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Wednesday night soon after the show’s one-hour series finale aired. Stars Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Aziz Ansari, Rashida Jones, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Retta, and Jim O’Heir, along with co-creator Michael Schur, talked about their thoughts on ending the show after 8 successful years on the air. Obviously, it was an emotional time for the cast, but main star Amy Poehler was rapid-fire funny throughout the interview, while Chris Pratt revealed how he thought the series should have ended.
Check out the video here below, which includes Pratt’s pitch for the series finale.
In just a matter of hours, depending on what part of the world you live on of course, the world will come to an end. So Seth Rogen found it appropriate to release first trailer/clip for his new end of the world comedy This is the End, formally known as Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse. Rogen along with fellow co-star James Franco introduce the footage from the film in true vulgar fashion.
Let’s just say it involves weed, lewd acts, and sex toys. Of course there is much more to see. Continue below to see the first trailer or clip for This is the End.
A new trailer for Epic, an animated film that follows the secret lives of forest beings protecting their sacred land from a force that seeks to destroy it, has been released.
A teenage girl spending time at a relative’s house gets shrunken down to their size and joins the forces of the forest dwellers to help them save the forest world and her world as well. Sure it may sound like a revamped version of Ferngully, but Epic doesn’t look like anything the Blue Sky has done before. The studio also worked on the Ice Age franchise and RIO.
Blue Sky Studios may not have as many titles in their library as Pixar or DreamWorks Animation, but they do have some pretty respectable ones.
Take Ice Age, for instance. Though the film lacks great stories, it has become one of the most profitable film franchises for the studio. Then there’s Rio, also a very profitable film, and one that has earned a few awards along the way.
Now comes EPIC, a film that takes Ferngully, and turns into an epic adventure of all shapes and sizes. You can see the first trailer for the movie below.