Patricia Arquette has joined the cast of Ben Stiller’s Apple TV+ drama “Severance,” the streaming service said Monday.She’ll star and executive produce the workplace thriller alongside “Big Little Lies” alum Adam Scott. Ben Stiller is director and executive producer.The project reunites Arquette and Stiller after previously collaborating on the Showtime limited series “Escape at Dannemora,” for which Arquette earned an Emmy nomination and a win at the 2019 Golden Globes.Also Read: HBO Ex-CEO Richard Plepler Signs 5-Year Apple TV+ Production DealFrom writer Dan Erickson, “Severance” centers on Lumen Industries, a fictional company “that’s looking to take work-life balance to a new level,” according to Apple. Adam Scott will star as Mark, an employee with a dark past trying to put himself back together. Arquette will play his boss.The project hails from Endeavor Content, the studio behind fellow Apple TV+ dramas “See” and the soon-to-premiere “Truth Be Told.”Executive producers on the series include Chris Black and Dan Erickson, and Ben Stiller, Nicky Weinstock and Jackie Cohn of Red Hour Productions. Adam Scott will serve as a producer alongside Arquette.Deadline first reported the news.Read original story Patricia Arquette to Star in Apple TV+ Drama ‘Severance’ Opposite Adam Scott At TheWrap
Adam Scott has joined the ensemble cast of the CBS All Access revival of <em>The Twilight Zone</em>. The <em>Ghosted </em>and <em>Parks and Recreation</em> alum will appear in the <em>“</em>Nightmare at 30,000 Feet” episode, best remembered in the original series for William Shatner’s frantic encounter with an airborne gremlin that only he could see. CBS All Access previously announced that Jordan Peele will host and narrate the series and Sanaa Lathan will star in the episode “Rewind <em>.”</em> Scott is an…
Aziz Ansari all but disappeared after being accused of sexual misconduct in January, but he's slowly edging back out into the spotlight.
The good news is that Samantha is perfect for him, and they have a great, loving relationship. The bad news is that her 6-year-old son, Lucas (Owen Atlas), is the literal spawn of Satan. Writer-director Eli Craig is no stranger to horror-comedy, having directed Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, and the first trailer for Little Evil looks like a pitch-perfect tribute to demon child movies, with Lucas terrifying birthday clowns, conversing with his goat sock puppet, and dressing exactly like Damien from The Omen.
In 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later,' because Bradley Cooper was unable to join in, his character will be played by Adam Scott; new clip explains
The Good Place returns Jan. 5, as the battle for Eleanor (Kristen Bell) continues. Will she stay in The Good Place under the watchful eye of Ted Danson’s Michael, or will she be sent to The Bad Place in the care of Adam Scott’s Trevor? While we wait to meet Shawn, the judge who will ultimately decide her fate, we chatted with creator Mike Schur to see what he can tease about Season 1’s final four episodes.
On Tuesday’s "Conan," Chris Pratt reveals a bond he shares with "Parks and Recreation" costars Nick Offerman and Adam Scott. It involves cameras. And poop.
The hilarious new indie comedy My Blind Brother has no such compunction when it comes to Adam Scott’s visually impaired Robbie. “He’s a bit of a cocky fellow,” admitted Kroll (The Kroll Show) to Yahoo Movies at the recent Los Angeles press day for Brother, where he was joined by costar Jenny Slate (who plays Rose, the grieving woman they both fall for). Scott (best known for Parks and Recreation, which also featured guest spots from Kroll and Slate) was conspicuously absent at the press junket, giving his costars free rein to roast the hell out of him.
Meg Ryan and Adam Scott visited The Late Late Show With James Corden and quickly found themselves in soap opera written by Beyoncé.
The barely animated new cartoon series Animals, debuting on HBO Friday night, features pigeons, rats, geese, horses, and other creatures that can be found in the show’s New York City setting, chatting with each other. The people providing the voices are, foremost, the creators of Animals, Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, but also by a star-packed list that includes Cobie Smulders, Aziz Ansari, Ellie Kemper, Nick Kroll, Molly Shannon, Adam Scott, and Jessica Chastain, as well as the brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, who are the executive producers of the show. Matarese and Luciano have said the dialogue is largely improvised around story outlines, which sounds reminiscent of Larry David’s method on another HBO show, the far more animated Curb Your Enthusiasm.
At the start, Krampus feels very much like any other Christmas movie. We meet a likable family with cute kids anticipating the big holiday. Annoying relatives come to visit. A nasty snowstorm pounds the suburban enclave where they live… and then a half-man, half-goat demon begins picking them off one by one.
Unless you’re German, Austrian, or just have some sort of vested interest in demonic Christmas goats, chances are you’d never heard of Krampus until recently. Chances are you have seen the ads for Krampus, though, the new family-friendly horror movie about the titular beast that torments a family during a Yuletide blizzard.
Sure, Comedy Central’s Drunk History is a fun way to watch your favorite actors lip-sync their way through historical reenactments narrated by very drunk people. 1. John Wilkes Booth and his brother Edwin (Season 1, Episode 1) You may have known that Lincoln’s assassin John Wilkes Booth was an actor… but did you know he had a brother, Edwin, who was also an actor? Or that the brothers performed Julius Caesar together, which inspired John Wilkes to shout “Sic semper tyrannis” while attacking Lincoln? We sure didn’t — and it’s extra delightful to see all of this acted out with Adam Scott as John Wilkes, Will Forte as Edwin, and Stephen Merchant as a goofily bearded Lincoln.