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jenny slate brooklyn nine nine Jenny Slate reuniting with Andy Samberg on Brooklyn Nine Nine Season 2 premiereNot content to be on just some of your favorite comedies, Jenny Slate is slowly making her rounds on every single one of them. The star of FX’s new comedy “Married,” who also spends time on “Parks and Recreation” and “House of Lies,” is hitting up
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” in the FOX sitcom’s Season 2 premiere.

According to
Entertainment Weekly, Slate will play a “tough, street-smart… Continue reading Jenny Slate reuniting with Andy Samberg on 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 2 premiere









obvious child poster debut Obvious Child Poster Debut: Jenny Slate, Front and Center (EXCLUSIVE)​”Obvious Child” was one of the coolest movies at SXSW this year. Moviefone’s Drew Taylor called it “one of the more unexpectedly moving experiences of the entire festival,” and that’s for real.

Jenny Slate stars as Donna, a comedian in Brooklyn with a slacker day job and a dismal love life. After a seriously brutal dumping, she hooks… Continue reading 'Obvious Child' Poster Debut: Jenny Slate, Front and Center (EXCLUSIVE)

TNT and TBS announced a slate of new projects, including the “Closer” spinoff “Major Crimes”:

TNT and TBS, which staged their Upfront presentation today in New York, are making bold moves to bolster their remarkably strong foundations in original programming. The networks are developing extensive new lineups of scripted and unscripted series and making a new push into half-hour comedy in partnership with some of the top talents in the… Continue reading TNT and TBS Announce Slate of New Projects

Lionsgate announced its initial slate of microbudget films today. Rapturepalooza , Gay Dude and 6 Miranda Drive are among the first films greenlit under the new production initiative. The full press release follows:

LIONSGATE® , a leading global entertainment company, announced today the first three films to be produced under its new microbudget production initiative, which is focused exclusively on producing films with budgets of under $ 2 million. They… Continue reading Lionsgate Announces Initial Slate of Microbudget Films