The actress explained in a recent podcast interview with Justin Long the complications of trying to go to the bathroom while wearing a girdle on the Mad Men set
The Jersey City-born heroine isn’t just an important fixture in the MCU of tomorrow: She’s front and center across all of Marvel’s various platforms, including comic books, animated series and video games.
Presented by Citi. Creatives of Disney+'s Marvel's 616 (Alison Brie, Sarah Amos, Jason Sternman, and David Gelb) gather with moderator Christian Holub at PaleyFest Fall TV Previews 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: exploring how Marvel and the outside world have influenced one another; the series' eight episodes as discrete films with different styles and visions; the Marvel Spotlight program, which helps to craft plays for high school students, as seen in Brie's episode; highlighting "Japanese Spider-Man," the 1970s kids' TV series that reinterpreted the webslinger for Japanese audiences; tracking down information and interviewees for the extremely niche show, never before seen in the West; the "616" title, which refers to the many realities within the Marvel multiverse; and creating space for comic book newcomers and veterans alike to see themselves reflected in the stories.
During the coronavirus pandemic, when most of us are staying at home, we’re going to spotlight products that you can enjoy from your couch, whether solo or in small groups, and leave out the rest. With that in mind, here are our picks for July 20-26, including the best deals we could find for each.
Alison Brie posted on Instagram Friday expressing regret over voicing the character of Diane Nguyen, a Vietnamese American writer on Netflix's BoJack Horseman. In the statement, Brie says "We missed a great opportunity to represent the Vietnamese-American community accurately and respectfully." Brie's decision follows a number of white actors announcing this week that they are […]
Alison Brie has expressed regret supplying the voice for the Vietnamese American character Diane Nguyen in the Netflix series “BoJack Horseman,” which completed its series run earlier this year.In a statement posted to Instagram on Friday, Brie said that, “in hindsight,” she wishes she did not voice the character and that Diane could’ve been reserved for a person of color.“I now understand that people of color should always voice people of color,” Brie wrote. “We missed a great opportunity to represent the Vietnamese-American community accurately and respectfully, and for that I am truly sorry. I applaud all those who stepped away from their voiceover roles in recent days. I have learned a lot from them.”Also Read: 'The Simpsons' Will No Longer Have White Actors Voice Nonwhite CharactersBrie’s statement comes after several other white voice actors stepped away from their roles as people of color in animated series. “Family Guy” star Mike Henry said on Friday that he would step away from the Fox sitcom as the longtime voice of the Black character Cleveland Brown. “The Simpsons” said that non-white actors would no longer voice any non-white characters, this after several years back Hank Azaria agreed to stop lending the voice to the Indian character Apu.And earlier this week, it was announced that biracial characters voiced by Kristen Bell and Jenny Slate on “Central Park” and “Big Mouth,” respectively, would be recast with Black or biracial voice actors.Brie voiced her character Diane Nguyen on the Netflix series “BoJack Horseman” for 77 episodes dating back to 2014. Though the show is populated with both human and animal characters, Diane is a Vietnamese American woman and writer, who, in one episode, returns to Vietnam to explore her heritage roots.Read Brie’s full statement below:View this post on Instagram A post shared by Alison Brie (@alisonbrie) on Jun 26, 2020 at 5:06pm PDTRead original story Alison Brie Regrets Voicing Vietnamese American ‘BoJack Horseman’ Character At TheWrap
Alison Brie talks about her struggle with body dysmorphia and depression, and how training for the show 'GLOW' has changed her forever.
Fox & Friends guest Allie Beth Stuckey was not a fan of either stars’ comments, finding their opinions to be uninformed and unconvincing.
Chrissy Metz is “distraught” over an apparent misunderstanding — made significantly worse by social media — that occurred between herself and Alison Brie prior to Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards. At the end of her interview during the Globes’ official pre-show on Facebook Live, Metz appeared to play along with host AJ Gibson’s sassy set-up to […]
Chrissy Metz says she definitely did not call Alison Brie a “bitch” during the red carpet for the 2019 Golden Globes. Earlier Sunday, while working the Red Carpet during the Facebook Live Golden Globes pre-show, the “This Is Us” actress was asked by her co-hosts about “GLOW” star Alison Brie. Metz said only nice things, but after the camera switched to a view of the carpet, many viewers thought it sounded like Metz said “she’s such a bitch.” Multiple outlets, including TheWrap, initially reported that was what was said. However, Metz was adamant. “It’s terribly unfortunate anyone would think much less run a story that was completely fabricated! I adore Alison and would never say a bad word about her, or anyone! I sure hope she knows my heart,” Metz said on Twitter Sunday night. Also Read: How to Watch the 2019 Golden Globes Ceremony Live Online According to Vanity Fair reporter Nicole Sperling, Brie was bewildered by the whole thing. “But why?” Sperling quoted Brie as saying. “I know her. I saw her on the carpet and I told her how beautiful she looked.” Brie was nominated for best actress in a musical or comedy. Read original story Chrissy Metz Denies Calling Alison Brie a ‘Bitch’ at Golden Globes At TheWrap
Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and 'The Lego Movie' cast have created a hilarious safety video for Turkish Airlines.
Major snubs were unleashed Thursday morning as the nominations for this year's Emmy Awards were announced. Here are the biggest shows and performers left out in the cold — and the most unexpected nods too.
Animated sequel finds Chris Pratt's Emmet heading off into space to rescue his bricky besties from a new threat.
The ladies of Netflix's "GLOW" reveal the June premiere date for Season 2 by lip-syncing to "Maniac" in an awesomely '80s montage.
Joel McHale, for all his smirking, remains a smart, likable guy; it's just that he's outgrown the format that has found a better home on Twitter.
Preview from movie based on the making of Tommy Wiseau's so-bad-that-it’s-good 'The Room,' directed by James Franco, co-starring Dave Franco and Seth Rogen
Dave Franco stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers and talked about the time he had to lose weight to play a heroin addict in a film, at the exact same time his wife, Alison Brie, was gaining weight to play a wrestler in the Netflix series GLOW.
"GLOW" star Alison Brie discusses her fight to star in Netflix's new wrestling comedy, hitting June 23, and the moves she excelled at.
Alison Brie revealed she was once asked to take her top off during an audition for the HBO show "Entourage."