Nick Offerman is taking on one of the greatest characters in American literature.
Nick Offerman, the actor best known for playing Ron Swanson on Parks and Recreation, is to play Ignatius J. Reilly from John Kennedy Toole's novel A Confederacy of Dunces. Offerman will lead a stage adaptation of the novel written by Jeffrey Hatcher.
Nick Offerman will star in a stage adaptation of A Confederacy of Dunces
The production, which begins at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston in November, follows the self-regarding Reilly who is also a colossal slob.
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After seven seasons, it’s time to say our teary goodbyes to Pawnee
It’s all over for ‘Parks and Recreation’ sadly, as the acclaimed series ended its seven season run last night, with final episode, ‘One Last Ride’. The comedy had received numerous accolades during its tenure on NBC, as well as amassing a devoted fanbase and helping elevate the careers of stars Amy Poehler and Chris Pratt.
Amy Poehler aka Leslie Knope
Appearing on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ immediately after the final episode ended, the cast along with the show’s co-creator Michael Schur, dished on some of their storyline pitches which didn't end up making the final series.
The Sundance Film Festival has seen a ferocious bidding war this week.
We'll be talking about Me and Earl and the Dying Girl a lot. Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's drama debuted at Sundance on Sunday and sparked a ferocious bidding war for the rights to distribute - with Fox Searchlight trying to hold off Lionsgate and Focus Features.
Nick Offerman stars in the critically acclaimed Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, which should sell for $12 million at Sundance
According to Deadline, the bidding has reached $12 million for the worldwide rights, which would overtake the previous Sundance sales record of $10 million, paid for Spitfire Girl, The Way Way Back, Little Miss Sunshine and Hamlet 2.
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Nick Offerman - Nick Offerman hides his face with a coat on route to catching a flight at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) at Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 22nd January 2015
The Decemberists take a trip back to 1977 with the video for their fantastic new single Make You Better. The video for the track features Nick Offerman as the host of a German TV show who's sporting a fetching turtleneck which is true to the 70's fashion. The Decemberists are set to release their seventh studio album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World in January 2015. The band are set to play dates throughout the US and Europe from February next year.