Aubrey Plaza’s new comedy film is officially moving up from August 16 to July 26, 2013!
The To Do List follows the story of Brandy Klark (Plaza), a Type-A, overachiever who comes up with a “to-do list” featuring all the risqué extra-curricular activities she missed out on in high school and wants to complete before college.
If you haven’t yet seen the trailer, you can watch it below!
Great news! Parks and Recreation has been renewed for another season!!
Notes:- one does not “whittle” a canoe.- one propels a Canoe with a paddle, not an oar.- Parks and Rec has been picked up for Season 6.
— Nick Offerman (@Nick_Offerman) May 9, 2013
NBC has yet to release information on the timeslot and number of episodes for “Parks and Rec” Season 6. The show’s co-creator Mike Schur told HitFix earlier in May that he was “fairly confident” that ”Parks and Rec” would be renewed. He said that he had written the finale to set things up for a sixth season rather than as a series finale.
Never a ratings champ, “Parks and Rec” has a solid and consistent audience, something the struggling NBC needs to keep around. Season 5 kicked off to 3.9 million viewers.
The Season 5 finale of “Parks and Rec,” which also stars Adam Scott, Rob Lowe, Retta, Jim O’Heir, Rashida Jones, Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza, aired on May 2 and brought in 2.99 million viewers total and a 1.6 rating in key 18-49 demo.
You wouldn’t want to play poker with Aubrey Plaza. She does the nonchalance act so well that many of her deadpan characters – from April in the sitcom Parks And Recreation to Daisy in Judd Apatow’s Funny People – have been written for or adapted to her. But, she says, she doesn’t want to get stuck. So later this year we’ll see her in The To Do List, playing a girl desperate to master the sexual universe before college. “She’s completely type A, a go-getter,” she says. “Not the sarcastic girl sitting at the back rolling her eyes.”
Sounds like sweet romcom masquerading as risqué… “Not this one,” she says. “We went for it. There were moments when it felt like porn. I had to dry-hump Christopher Mintz-Plasse on his grandmother’s rug. I dry-humped the s*** out of him. I had rug burns on my knees for days.”
There’s a well-watched video on Funnyordie.com called Home For Actresses, in which Plaza sends up her usual screen persona. “This whole ‘ironic detachment mixed with sincere empathy’ thing has been really good for my career,” she says to camera. “But I miss laughing.” So when did she last laugh so much she cried? “I recently laughed so hard I threw up. At a restaurant. My friend joked about leaving this horrible DVD she had on the table as a tip. I had a mouthful of water and I ran outside thinking I was gonna spit it out. A fan asked for a photo with me and my friend said, ‘She’s throwing up, sorry.’ I said, ‘I’m not throwing up.’ Then I threw up all over the bushes.” Ironic.
Aubrey Plaza looked absolutely stunning yesterday, May 6th when she attended the PUNK Chaos To Couture Costume Institute Gala. Aubrey was dressed by Vogue magazine and wore a Marios Schwab dress with Barbara Bui heels.
This year’s Costume Institute Gala Benefit – celebrating the opening of the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition – is co-chaired by Rooney Mara, Moda Operandi creative director Lauren Santo Domingo, Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci, and Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
On April 30th, Amy Poehler hosted an intimate salon to promote the work of Worldwide Orphans, an organization aimed to help orphan children around the world. In addition to Sean Hayes and Annabeth Gish, Parks and Recreation’s co-star Aubrey Plaza came out to support her friend. <3
“Amy told me that when she went to Haiti it was the littlest things that she did that mattered,” Plaza told InStyle.com at the event, where she perused photos of the organization’s work put together by the photo-printing site Shutterfly.com.
Yesterday, May 5th, Aubrey Plaza made her appearance at The Great Gatsby Special Screening wearing a sheer white blouse under a red patterned pea-coat and brown skinny jeans. I’ve added a couple of images from it to the gallery.
I’ve also added 4 more images from the L.A Family Housing Awards from my last update, which you can see below!
Thursday night, Aubrey Plaza joined Warner Bros execs to support the organization for L.A. Family Housing Awards. They raised $900,000 to fund an organization that helps families transition out of homelessness and poverty! 4 images from that event has been added to the gallery as well as a few more images from Comic Con’s 2013 Award Ceremony. Aubrey was also at the Netflix’s Arrested Development Season 4 Premiere on April 30. I’m having difficulty uploading it to the gallery right now, so you can check that one out below!
I’ve added a couple of more images from 2013′s CinemaCon Ceremony a few days ago. :-) You can check them out below!