Adam Pally is a lifelong “Star Wars” fan who got the chance of a lifetime when he was cast to play a Scout Trooper on “The Mandalorian.” What he didn’t know at the time is that he would do something that would make his character more hated than Jar Jar: he had to punch Baby Yoda.Pally appeared in the Disney+ show’s season finale alongside Jason Sudekis as a pair of scouts tasked with delivering the powerfully Force sensitive Baby Yoda to Moff Gideon, played by Giancarlo Esposito. Pally’s scout, curious about why the alien child was so wanted, stuck his finger out at Baby Yoda, who bit it. In response, Pally gives Baby Yoda a hard jab.According to Entertainment Weekly, Pally was asked about the scene at the Television Critics Association’s Winter Press Tour on Saturday, where he was promoting the upcoming NBC comedy “Indebted.” Pally said that his friend and “Mandalorian” showrunner Jon Favreau offered the cameo role to him simply by telling him that he “needed somebody to do something special.”Also Read: Why 'The Mandalorian' Saved 'Star Wars': Starlight Runner CEO on Building Buzz Around a StoryAnd while it was a dream come true for Pally to put on the Scout Trooper’s helmet, he got very nervous after he did the first take of the punch when Favreau told him that the Baby Yoda puppet he was decking “costs, like, $5 million.”“‘So while I want you to hit it, I just want you to know that,'” Pally recalled Favreau telling him. “I think I took a big swing at it. And the next three takes I missed, because I was so nervous.”Also Read: Whose Voices Were Those at the End of 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'?But the little green monster had it coming. “I gotta tell you, the truth is that Baby Yoda is a bit of a diva,” Pally quipped. “He’s constantly vaping.”Pally will appear on “Indebted” when it premieres on NBC on Feb. 6. Season 2 of “The Mandalorian” is set for release on Disney+ this fall.Read original story ‘The Mandalorian': Meet the Actor Who Punched the $5 Million Baby Yoda At TheWrap
Music video from The Dirty Dishes (aka Zoe Lister-Jones, Adam Pally, Fred Armisen), the band in Lister-Jones' movie 'Band Aid,' on video-on-demand June 9
Patty Jenkins’ blockbuster take on the most iconic female superhero in comics — opened to a historic $103.5 million at the box office. Receiving a much quieter release on the other end of the budgetary spectrum was Band Aid, a critically acclaimed indie that arrived in select theaters with its own set of admirable credentials in the male-dominated movie business. Writer/director/producer/star Zoe Lister-Jones (Breaking Upwards, TV’s Life in Pieces) hired an all-female production crew to work on the musical rom-com.
Glance at the cast listing for the upcoming Netflix release Shimmer Lake and you’d probably expect a comedy: Rainn Wilson (The Office), Ron Livingston (Office Space), Adam Pally (Happy Endings), Rob Corddry (Hot Tub Time Machine), John Michael Higgins (Pitch Perfect), Wyatt Russell (Everybody Wants Some). And the film’s writer-director, Oren Uziel, penned the surprisingly great — and funny — sequel 22 Jump Street.
April Fools’ Day is upon us, and you know what that means: We’re all thinking of hilarious pranks to pull. But you know who has some tricks up their sleeves? Celebrities! (See, celebs really are just like us.)
“Making History” and “Happy Endings” star Adam Pally was arrested Tuesday night in New York and hit with two misdemeanor drug possession charges, a New York Police Department spokesperson confirmed to Variety. A source tells Variety that Pally was seen smoking marijuana with an e-cigarette in the neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen in public view at about 10:46... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/adam-pally-arrested-drug-possession-making-history-happy-endings-1202018971/" title="Read ‘Making History’ Star Adam Pally Arrested for Misdemeanor Drug Possession">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Sunday night’s episode of “Making History” started off in Berlin in 1937 with Dan and Chris running from Nazi soldiers. Right as the soldiers caught up to them, Dan and Chris got into their time travel bag and disappeared. The Nazi soldiers were shocked by their sudden disappearance, and two of them weren’t about to get in trouble for letting the guys get away. They spoke to each other in German, and the subtitles read: “I’m still telling Hitler we killed them.”
Making History star Adam Pally stopped by Conan Monday night, where he has a history of showing up in costume. In the past, Pally has shown up as a Canadian Mountie, the Sacha Baron Cohen character Borat, and Abraham Lincoln/Jim Carrey from the The Mask.
Jack Hanna brought some animals to “The Late Late Show With James Corden” Thursday night and almost let some giant insects get away. Jack had brought out a bucket of Madagascar hissing cockroaches and put a few of the insects on James. Jack tried to get fellow guest “Making History” star Adam Pally to hold some as well, but he was not having it.
The cancellation of the ABC sitcom Happy Endings — beloved by hard-core fans but not so much by the Nielsens — never slowed down Adam Pally, who rose to fame as the schlubby, lovable Max. Pally quickly rebounded on The Mindy Show, recently landed a lead gig in Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s upcoming pilot Making History, and has appeared in a steady stream of movie projects in between. Written and directed by Jeff Baena, the Sundance indie stars Pally, Thomas Middleditch, Nick Kroll, Alex Ross Perry, and Brett Gelman as five bros who carry on with plans for a debauched bachelor party after a tragic event spells the end of the planned nuptials. Pally joshed around with Yahoo Movies on Thursday for a Facebook Live Q&A, which you can watch above.
It’s where James Brown (as channeled by Eddie Murphy) gathered celebrities on Saturday Night Live, where Tom Hanks bared his heiny in Charlie Wilson’s War, and how John Cusack and friends went back to the future in Hot Tub Time Machine. The hot tub once again provides a perfect setting for debauchery in the new indie comedy Joshy, as you can see in the exclusive clip above. In the scene, Jodi (Jenny Slate) has joined a houseful of drunken buddies (including Nick Kroll, Adam Pally, and Thomas Middleditch) for after-hours bubbles… and might be regretting it.
We live in a magical time, when thousands of new and old TV shows are available at the click of a button, thanks to streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. But not every show has made the transition. In Stream This! we highlight a deserving series that’s not yet available on streaming… but should be.