Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman has joined the cast of the indie drama Welcome to Happiness, which is currently shooting in Los Angeles.
Nick Offerman will play the landlord and father figure to a children's book author (Kyle Gallner), who has a secret door in his closet. Olivia Thirlby, Paget Brewster, Molly C. Quinn, Frances Conroy, Josh Brener and Brendan Sexton III round out the supporting cast.Read More
Warner Bros. has released more than 40 new photos from the upcoming comedy We're the Millers, which stars Jason Sudeikis as a desperate weed dealer who must concoct a fake family to transport a shipment of drugs across the Mexico boarder in an RV. Check out these latest images also featuring Jennifer Aniston, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn and Will Poulter.
We're the Millers was released August 7th, 2013.Read More
Warner Bros. has brought on actors Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Alison Brie, and Nick Offerman for voice roles in the upcoming LEGO movie.
The story centers on Chris Pratt's Emmett, a seemingly average Lego figure who is mistaken for a powerful man that can help save the universe. He joins a group determined to stop the evil President Business (Will Ferrell). Liam Neeson will play the villain's right hand man, Bad Cop, with Alison Brie portraying a member of Emmett's group. Nick Offerman will play a surly pirate, hell-bent on getting revenge on President Business. Will Arnett, Channing Tatum, Morgan Freeman, and Elizabeth Banks also star.Read More
Project X star Thomas Mann has joined the cast of King Dork for Gary Sanchez Productions, Nala Films, and director Matt Piedmont (Casa de Mi Padre).
The story centers on Sam and Tom, two losers who use their love of rock and roll music to get through their tumultuous high school days. Thomas Mann will play Tom, while Keir Gilchrist is circling the Sam role. Nick Offerman is eyeing the part of Tom's stepfather. We first reported on this comedy a few weeks back, when Matt Piedmont signed on to direct.Read More
Actor Will Ferrell has tickled our funny bones in theaters for many years, and his new project proves he can do so in both English and Spanish. Casa de Mi Padre stars Will Ferrell as Armando Alvarez, a Mexican who has worked on his father's ranch for his entire life. The ranch is in financial trouble when Armando's younger brother Raul (Diego Luna) supposedly comes to the rescue, with his beautiful fiancee Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez). Things get out of hand when Armando falls for Sonia, and it is discovered that Raul isn't exactly the financial savior he claims to be. We were able to sit down exclusively with Will Ferrell, Diego Luna, Genesis Rodriguez, and Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) to discuss this Spanish-language comedy Casa de Mi Padre, and you can take a look at what they all had to say below.
Casa de Mi Padre was released March 16th, 2012.Read More
Super Crispy Entertainment is in talks with Mary Elizabeth Winstead (The Thing), Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation), and Octavia Spencer (The Help) to star in the dramatic comedy Smashed.
The project centers on a married couple (Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul) who can only find a connection through alcohol. Their marriage takes an unusual turn when the wife decides to get sober. Octavia Spencer will play the wife's best friend and sponsor, while Nick Offerman will portray the principal of the elementary school where she teaches.Read More
Amy Poehler as Leslie One of the most popular new sitcoms of the last few years, NBC's Parks and Recreation, will come to the end of their second season tonight with a cliffhanger that will keep fans talking all summer long. The series was recently picked up for a third season, which they have already begun shooting but unfortunately due to programming will not begin airing until 2011. The cast, including star Amy Poehler (Leslie), Rashida Jones (Ann), Aziz Ansari (Tom), Nick Offerman (Ron), Aubrey Plaza (April), Chris Pratt (Andy), Jim O'Heir (Jerry), Retta Sirleaf (Donna), and guest stars Adam Scott (Ben) and Rob Lowe, joined series creators Michael Schur, Greg Daniels and editor Dean Holland at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood last night to premiere tonight's season finale and talk a bit about the future of the show. On hand to moderate the event was Saturday Night Live cast member and Amy Poehler's former partner on Weekend Update, Seth Meyers.
After a brief introduction by Schur the audience was treated to the season finale of the show. Fans of the series know that as of last week the government of the fictional town of Pawnee had been shut down thanks to budget cuts, leaving the jobs of many of our main characters in jeopardy. While we can't give away too many details about tonight's finale we can say that it revolves around the cancellation of a children's concert in the park. When Leslie finds out that the budget cuts have forced the cancellation of children's musician Freddy Spaghetti, for which the episode was named, she decides to take matters in to her own hands and rallies her former colleagues to save the day. At the same time, romance and heartache build for several of our main characters including April, Andy, Ann, Tom and Ron. Fans of the series are sure to not want to miss the closing credits as it introduces an interesting cliffhanger that will carry on into the show's third season.Read More