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Maya Rudolph - Maya Rudolph at the Farmers Market with her daughter - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd March 2015

Kristen Wiig And Haley Joel Osment Return for 'Spoils of Babylon' Sequel While Maya Rudolph Signs On

Tags: Kristen Wiig - Haley Joel Osment - Maya Rudolph - Will Ferrell - Val Kilmer - Michael Sheen

Kristen Wiig And Haley Joel Osment will be returning for ‘The Spoils of Babylon’ sequel, ‘The Spoils Before Dying’ network IFC has announced, while Bridesmaids star Maya Rudolph has also been added to the miniseries’ ever growing cast.

Kristen WiigKristen Wiig will appear in 'The Spoils Before Dying'.

Michael Sheen, Val Kilmer, Steve Tom and Marc Evan Jackson who starred in the original miniseries which aired last year, have also singed on return. While joining Maya Rudolph in bringing some new blood to the series will be Kate McKinnon, Tim Meadows, Chris Parnell, Emily Ratajkowski, Andrew Daly, Chris Mulkey, Chin Han, Jack Kilmer, Patty Guggenheim and Berenice Marlohe.

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Picture - Maya Rudolph and Kathy Griffin... Los Angeles California United States, Thursday 5th March 2015

Maya Rudolph and Kathy Griffin - Shots of a variety of stars as they left the nightclub Largo at the Coronet via a backstage door in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 5th March 2015

Picture - Maya Rudolph - A variety... New York City New York United States, Sunday 1st March 2015

Maya Rudolph - A variety of stars were snapped as they arrived for Comedy Central's 'Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs' The event was held at the Beacon Theater in New York City, New York, United States - Sunday 1st March 2015

Picture - Maya Rudolph Kristen Wig -... New York New York United States, Monday 16th February 2015

Maya Rudolph Kristen Wig - Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary - Arrivals at Saturday Night Live - New York, New York, United States - Monday 16th February 2015

Picture - Maya Rudolph and Kristin Wiig... New York City New York United States, Sunday 15th February 2015

Maya Rudolph and Kristin Wiig - A host of stars including previous cast members were snapped as they arrived to the Rockerfeller Plaza for Saturday Night Live as it celebrated it's 40th anniversary with a star studded gala in New York, United States - Sunday 15th February 2015

Big Hero 6 Review


Fans of bright, flashy things will love this colourful, kinetic animated adventure, although anyone seeking originality or involving characters should probably look elsewhere. This is the first Disney animation based on a Marvel comic book, although they have essentially only retained the title and a vague semi-Asian setting. The result is a film that feels like something you've already seen before, with the usual Disney plot formula, characters and action beats, plus lots of sentimentality. At least it's witty and fast-paced enough to keep us entertained.

The futuristic setting is San Fransokyo, a slightly more Japanese version of San Francisco in which 15-year-old computer-geek orphan Hiro (voiced by Ryan Potter) lives with his Aunt Cass (Maya Rudolph). Both are shaken when Hiro's brother Tadashi dies in an explosion Hiro thinks he might have caused. Then he meets Tadashi's health-care robot invention Baymax (Scott Adsit), a cuddly inflatable creature who just wants to take care of Hiro. He goes along with Hiro's plan to turn him into a fighting machine that helps find the masked man who stole Hiro's microbot invention and actually caused the explosion. Baymax also helps Hiro assemble the Big Hero 6 team, adding Tadashi's nerd-inventor pals: goofy Fred (T.J. Miller), rebellious Go Go (Jamie Chung), nice-guy Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.) and girly Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodriguez). Together they set out to stop the villain before he enacts his nefarious plan.

All of this is animated with bright colours and a snappy sense of the technology. There are several exhilarating set-pieces along the way as the young heroes work out their special powers by inventing all sorts of gadgets. But nothing about the script meaningfully deepens these characters. Each person on-screen is essentially one personality trait, while potentially colourful side roles (including Aunt Cass) are left badly undefined. What holds the interest is the superb interaction between Hiro and Baymax, mainly because of the obvious affection between them. And also because Baymax has all of the film's funniest lines.

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