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Alec Baldwin's Boss Baby Is Building A Home Run Cast
Animated films are partially known for their top notch casts, and Dreamworks Animation's Boss Baby is certainly no exception. With Alec Baldwin in the lead, they're already off to a great start, and now a bunch of other cast members have come aboard to round out the cast.
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Nerdland Fails To Get The Best Out Of Paul Rudd And Patton Oswalt
Nerdland wants to be a crude and edgy R-rated animated comedy. It's just a shame that it's neither, and, most importantly, really not funny at all.
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15 Big Stars You Forgot Were In A Superhero Movie
While some folks have made it big on their roles in comic book movies, here are some actors who we almost forgot were in big ticket comic films. And chances are, you probably forgot too, so read on to see how many you remember!
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Paul Rudd And Patton Oswalt's NSFW Nerdland Trailer Looks Absurd And Hilarious
There's a place called Nerdland, where the desperate dreamers of the world try to make a name for themselves by any means necessary. Considering what goes down in the first trailer for the film of the same name, it looks like fun to visit, but hell to live in.
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See Mad Max: Fury Road's Deleted Patton Oswalt Scene
It turns out Patton Oswalt was originally in Mad Max: Fury Road. Check out his deleted scene for yourself.
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The Best Comic Book Movie Of All Time, According To Patton Oswalt
Patton Oswalt’s favorite superhero movie may be Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, though he doesn’t think it’s necessarily the best comic book movie.
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Watch Patton Oswalt's Dream Pitch For Unbreakable 2
Patton Oswalt has dreamt up the perfect sequels to 2000's Unbreakable, and they both sound pretty nifty.
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Patton Oswalt Name Drops More Than 40 Shows During Rant About How Great TV Is Right Now
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
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10 Perfect Choices To Host Next Year's Oscars
Assuming the Academy and ABC haven’t already put their resources together to lock up Ellen DeGeneres again, here are ten choices for hosts that we think would keep the super-long telecast fresh and enjoyable. No combinations of James Franco and/or Anne Hathaway were allowed.
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Read Patton Oswalt's Epic Rant About Star Wars Racists
There has been a great deal of Star Wars-related nitpicking ever since the first trailer for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrived online last year, but arguably the dumbest of the bunch are those complaining that the footage features a black actor (namely John Boyega) in a Stormtrooper uniform.
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Patton Oswalt's Big Problem With Watchmen
For many fans of the comic book movie genre, the word "Watchmen" tends to evoke a rather confused, frustrating, bittersweet set of opinions. For actor, comedian and geek auteur Patton Oswalt, it was apparently no different. Watch as he sits down with one of the film's stars to express that.
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The Movie That Ruined Patton Oswalt's Theater Obsession
Patton Oswalt had a serious movie theater obsession in the 90s. However, after seeing one movie, all of that began to change.
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Patton Oswalt Helps The Academy Launch Its Movie-Centric Web Series
For the first episode, Oswalt was given his pick of picture from the Academy's massive library of films. From that he chose the 1961 crime-noir Blast of Silence, written and directed by Allen Baron with narration penned by Waldo Salt. Then, he traveled to the New Beverly theater where he met up with friend and fellow comedienne Karen Kilgariff to take in a movie, then discuss it at a café fittingly called Shaky Alibi.
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20 Comedians Who Need To Play Themselves In Their Own TV Comedies
Here are 20 more comedians (in no particular order) that we think are ready for self-skewing primetime, and the kind of shows we want to see them in. (Note that we tried to avoid people who have already headlined their own series, or those with series currently in development.)
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Patton Oswalt To Guest Star On Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Comedian and actor Patton Oswalt is no stranger to ABC on Tuesday nights. Those who watch the freshman comedy The Goldbergs will hear his voice narrating the 80s-set sitcom. It looks like we'll be getting an extra helping of Oswalt on an upcoming Tuesday night as he's set to guest star as Agent Eric Koenig in an episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
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Patton Oswalt, Bob Odenkirk And Ian Roberts Join The Sci-Fi-Horror Comedy The Kitchen Sink
Directed by Robbie Pickering, the film's title comes from the fact that it's a mashup of multiple genre brands (as in the expression "everything but the kitchen sink"). The story follows a group of kids who are forced to unite with zombies and vampires and fight off a full-scale alien invasion.
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Patton Oswalt's Star Wars/Marvel Mash Up Gets An Animated Remake
If you didn't catch it, Patton Oswalt made a serious claim for "King of the Nerds" last month. A video from the set of Parks and Recreation was posted online showing the comedian/actor explaining, at incredible length, his very specific plot idea for J.J. Abrams' Star Wars Episode VII.
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How I Met Your Mother Shows Us No Mercy With A Karate Kid Twist In Bro Mitzvah
Well into its eighth season, and on its way to its ninth and final season, How I Met Your Mother continues to to deliver some legen-wait-for-it-dary installments. Such was the case last night, when the CBS comedy celebrated Barney's disastrous - nay - brilliant bachelor party, or "Bro Mitzvah." If you haven't watched the episode yet, and you're either a fan of the series or a fan of The Karate Kid, I urge you to read no further because there are major spoilers ahead, and go watch it at CBS.com.
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Patton Oswalt's Star Wars/Marvel Mash Up Now Has A Poster
The poster is credited to EW staffer Jef Castro, and it merges virtually every major player in future sci-fi and fantasy franchises. It’s kind of a clever joke, but it’s also a chilling reality that characters like Thanos, Boba Fett, Iron Man, Wolverine and more will be dominating multiplexes for years to come.
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The Avengers And Star Wars Unite In Patton Oswalt's Incredible Parks & Recreation Monologue
As you'll notice this happens entirely in a single take, and Oswalt name checks an astonishing amount of names and statistics from the Star Wars universe-- while also taking the time to knock Hawkeye and Black Widow for not being top-tier Avengers characters. I'll leave it to the Star Wars diehards to pick through all the insane ideas Oswalt suggests for what might happen in Star Wars: Episode VII
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