“Ned Rifle” Screening Photos
Filed Under: Appearances, Photos • Posted on April 10th, 2015 by Jennifer • No Comments »

The photo gallery at Aubrey Plaza Web has been updated with 10 images of Aubrey Plaza from The Cinefamily Hosts Special Screening Of “Ned Rifle” that was held on April 3rd in Los Angeles.

Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web

GALLERY LINKS:
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > The Cinefamily Hosts Special Screening Of “Ned Rifle”



Event Photos Added
Filed Under: Appearances, Photos • Posted on April 3rd, 2015 by Jennifer • No Comments »

The photo gallery at Aubrey Plaza Web has been updated with 67 HQ images of Aubrey Plaza from the events that she has attended this past month.

Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web

GALLERY LINKS:
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > “Ned Rifle” Premiere at SXSW
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > “Ned Rifle” Premiere at SXSW – Inside
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > Visiting the “Late Show With David Letterman” – March 24th
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > JustFab Celebrates Launch Of Ready-To-Wear



20Q: Aubrey Plaza
Filed Under: Interviews • Posted on March 24th, 2015 by Jennifer • No Comments »

Q1
When you began filming the final season of Parks and Recreation, your TV husband, Chris Pratt (who plays Andy), had in real life just anchored last year’s biggest movie, Guardians of the Galaxy. How did success go to the head of one of the nicest guys around?
He forgot my name, which is the weirdest thing about the whole situation. I guess when you’re the star of a Marvel movie and super, super famous and you’re flown all over the world, you meet so many people that your ability to pay attention is gone. So yeah, he forgot my name. I mean my real name, not my character April on the show. I had to keep reminding him, and he’d say, “Oh right. Right, right.” But I don’t fault him, because being a movie star is hard. They say that movie stars meet 60 times more people than the average person, so of course your brain gets cloudy. I don’t hold that against him. I think he’s great. [laughs]
None of that is true, by the way. You told me it would be okay to lie. Chris did not forget my name. He’s the kindest, most amazing person ever, and he didn’t change a bit except that his fucking body is ripped beyond belief. He’s the same old lovable golden retriever of a man I had to hug and touch and kiss a lot—because it’s my job. I just tried to make the best of it.

Q2
Here’s a question from one of your Parks and Recreation cast mates. “When one examines your talent, beauty and humor, not to mention your excellent many teeth, it is quite apparent that you have entered into a bargain with Lucifer. What services did the Dark Father require of you in exchange for your winning glamours?”
That’s like a backhanded compliment. You’re not going to tell me who? Oh wait, I know. This is from Satan himself, the Dark Lord, Nick Offerman. We have an evil connection. It’s a very good question. The Dark Father required many things of me: the blood of a thousand infants, the teeth of a thousand corpses. I have it all written down on my iPad.

Q3
Does Nick require that you be as fearless as he is when it comes to getting or playing a part?
Do you mean having sex with people to get a part? We’re similar in that way too. He taught me that. He was one of the first people out here who told me you have to have sex with the most people you can, especially the ones who make decisions, and I said okay. You don’t even have to confine it to business. Use sex to get whatever you’re trying to get.

Q4
You’re TV’s modern queen of the deadpan look. Do you have a favorite?
A dead-eyes stare. No eyebrow movement, no facial creases at all; you just stare right into someone’s soul—the Botox deadpan.

Q5
You’re named after a song by Bread. When you think of bread, what kind comes to mind?
Just a straight-up bag of Wonder Bread. I would never buy that now, but I grew up on it, and SpaghettiOs and hot dogs and stuff like that.

Q6
You went to an all-girls Catholic high school. Defend single-sex education.
I loved it. I would send my kid to an all-girls school. Some people say it’s no good, that it’s not the real world and girls won’t learn how to interact normally. I disagree. At that age it was helpful to eliminate the distraction of guys in school. I like uniforms. I didn’t have to think about dressing myself or how I looked. I just focused on the important stuff. It made me more confident in the classroom.

Q7
Is show business conducive to long-term love relationships?
Oh God, I don’t think so, not from what I can see, and I look very hard for it. I’m curious about that. Whenever I meet a married couple who are in the business, I always ask them a million questions to figure out what’s really going on, because I don’t know how that’s going to work out. For a successful actor there are lots of choices and temptations. We’re all just human. Actors are like con artists. We want to make a memorable impression. Amy Poehler once gave me good advice. She said when someone is charming, it’s an action. Charm is a verb, not a quality.

Q8
You’ve said that you admire Charlie Sheen and Bill Murray because they’re unapologetic about who they are. Do you aspire to be part of that tradition? Famous people get lots of stuff projected on them and feel constantly judged. It can take a toll. Charlie and Bill, both of whom I’ve worked with, don’t seem affected by fame or status. They are who they are. I don’t even aspire to fame. I just want to work and not let anything else affect me. But I’m only human, so sometimes I care too much—or too little—about what others think.

Q9
We read that you wanted to play Dr. Bruce “the Hulk” Banner’s cousin, superhero She-Hulk. Given all the garment rending, describe her wardrobe options.
I don’t know if I was sober when I said that, but I would like that part. Give it to me. It would be fun to play a sexy scientist who gets really angry and can then do anything she wants. I would like to be wearing a sexy business-casual outfit that rips when I get big and then I’m wearing—I don’t know, maybe a sports bra and some boy shorts? Something sporty so I can run around and fuck shit up. Or maybe a slip, some kind of undergarments but keeping it classy.

Read the rest of this entry »



2015 Event Photos
Filed Under: Appearances, Photos • Posted on February 22nd, 2015 by Jennifer • 1 Comment »

The photo gallery at Aubrey Plaza Web has been updated with 204 HQ images of Aubrey Plaza from the events that she has attended this month.

Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web

GALLERY LINKS:
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > Fan Screening Of CBS Films’ “The Duff”
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards – Backstage
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards – Inside
Aubrey Plaza Web > Events > From 2015 > 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show



“Ned Rifle” Trailer
Filed Under: Movies, Videos • Posted on February 6th, 2015 by Jennifer • No Comments »

A new trailer has been released for Hal Hartley‘s upcoming Ned Rifle, the final entry in his Henry Fool trilogy. The film stars Aubrey Plaza, Parker Posey, Liam Aiken, James Urbaniak, Martin Donovan, and Thomas Jay Ryan, and revolves around Aiken’s character of Ned looking to track down and kill his father, Henry Fool.

Ned Rifle originally screened at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and will be having its U.S. premiere at this year’s SXSW.



Aubrey Plaza Joins “Dirty Grandpa”
Filed Under: Movies, News • Posted on January 9th, 2015 by Jennifer • Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Joins “Dirty Grandpa”

Those who saw 2013′s The To Do List know that Aubrey Plaza is no stranger to raunchy antics, and now Deadline reports the “Parks and Recreation” star is set to play a spring break party girl opposite Zac Efron and Robert De Niro in Lionsgate’s comedy Dirty Grandpa.

The film follows an uptight guy named Jason Kelly (Efron) who, right before his wedding, is tricked into driving his foul-mouthed, former Army general grandfather Dick (De Niro) to Florida for spring break.

Dermot Mulroney (My Best Friend’s Wedding) and Zoey Deutch (Vampire Academy) co-star in Dirty Grandpa, which is directed by Dan Mazer (I Give It a Year) from a script by John Phillips. Bill Block, Jason Barrett, Barry Josephson and Michael Simkin produce the film, which will be released on August 12, 2016.

Plaza can be seen this year starring in Hal Hartley’s Ned Rifle and will also headline the indie hotel maid comedy Fresno, co-starring Judy Greer and Natasha Lyonne.

comingsoon.net



Behind the Scenes of “Parks and Rec” Final Season
Filed Under: Parks And Recreation, Videos • Posted on January 7th, 2015 by Jennifer • Comments Off on Behind the Scenes of “Parks and Rec” Final Season

Yes, it’s true: Parks and Recreation begins its final season next Tuesday. But before you run off to drown your sorrows in a tall stack of waffles, check out this exclusive trailer for a new NBC.com web series chronicling the last days on set for the beloved Pawnee crew.

You get to see castmates Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, and Aziz Ansari goofing around on-camera; the whole cast gathered together for a table read; Amy Poehler (with bangs!) confessing that she’s in “complete denial” that the show is ending; co-star Jim O’Heir (aka Jerry) getting shut out of a shooting location, Jerry-style; a sneak peek at upcoming location shoots in Chicago and Washington, D.C.; Nick Offerman giving us a tour of the show’s set design; and Poehler comparing showrunner Mike Schur to “Scorsese.” (Fancy!)

Most importantly, we get to spend just a little more time with our Pawnee pals before Parks and Rec shuts down for good. Forever. Sigh. Where are those waffles?

The final season of Parks and Recreation premieres Tuesday, Jan. 13 at 8 p.m. on NBC.

Yahoo.com



Aubrey Plaza explains ‘Parks and Recreation’ in 30 seconds
Filed Under: Interviews, Parks And Recreation, Videos • Posted on December 30th, 2014 by Jennifer • Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza explains ‘Parks and Recreation’ in 30 seconds

The actress who plays April Ludgate on NBC’s hit show tries to recall everything that’s happened…in 30 seconds.



Movie Captures Update
Filed Under: Movies, Photos • Posted on December 25th, 2014 by Jennifer • Comments Off on Movie Captures Update

The photo gallery at Aubrey Plaza Web has been updated with 1,566 screen captures of Aubrey Plaza from the films “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III”, “The End of Love”, “About Alex” and “Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever”.

Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web Aubrey Plaza Web

GALLERY LINKS:
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2012: A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III > DVD Captures
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2013: The End of Love > DVD Captures
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2014: About Alex > DVD Captures
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2014: About Alex > Trailer
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2014: Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever > Interview – How Aubrey Plaza Became Grumpy Cat
Aubrey Plaza Web > Films > 2014: Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever > TV Captures



“Parks and Recreation” Season 7 Trailer
Filed Under: Parks And Recreation, Videos • Posted on December 17th, 2014 by Jennifer • Comments Off on “Parks and Recreation” Season 7 Trailer

The trailer for the final season of “Parks and Recreation” has been released. You can watch it below!





Designed By - Fan Sites Network - Privacy Policy - DMCA