I have added 4 HQ scans of Aubrey Plaza from the September 17, 2023 issue of “The New York Times” into our photo gallery!

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Aubrey Plaza will be featured in this weekend’s Sunday issue of The New York Times discussing her stage debut in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. You can read the article and see images from the photoshoot right here!

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Aubrey Plaza is featured on the cover of issue 49 of Pop magazine!

Aubrey Plaza Covers "Pop" Magazine

Marvel Studios has pushed the release date of Agatha: Darkhold Diaries to early fall 2024, EW has confirmed.

I have added 7 photos of Aubrey Plaza from the impromptu Parks and Recreation cast reunion during the SAG-AFTRA strike outside Culver Studios on August 11th into our photo gallery! The webmiss of Aubrey Plaza Online stands in solidarity with the union members of SAG-AFTRA during the SAG-AFTRA strike.

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Francis Ford Coppola’s self-funded passion project, epic film “Megalopolis,” has been granted an interim agreement from SAG-AFTRA amid the ongoing strike. While the film, starring Adam Driver, Aubrey Plaza, Shia LaBeouf, Dustin Hoffman, and Forest Whitaker, wrapped production in March 2023, it’s unclear what the interim agreement would be for.

Coppola has yet to tease a release date for the film, with the SAG exemption perhaps for the actors to promote the film. Similarly, if Coppola opted for reshoots, the SAG interim agreement could be for allowing actors to return to set.

The SAG-AFTRA interim agreements do not publicly differentiate between actors promoting a project or filming. Casting is only highlighted in separate agreements. A rep for Coppola declined to comment further beyond confirming the film had signed the interim agreement.

Aubrey Plaza is heading from Sicily to the New York City stage. Come November 13, the White Lotus Emmy nominee will be making her stage debut in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea alongside Girls alum Christopher Abbott, and she’s officially kicking off her theater career with a good one. “It’s an actor’s dream play,” Plaza tells Vanity Fair matter-of-factly.

Written by John Patrick Shanley, who won the best-screenplay Oscar for Moonstruck and a Pulitzer Prize and best-play Tony for Doubt: A Parable, the one-act play follows Danny and Roberta, two broken people who meet by chance at a bar in the Bronx. Abbott, who has been a regular player in the off-Broadway theater circuit for quite some time, has long considered Danny and the Deep Blue Sea to be one of his favorite plays, and was a champion in bringing it back to life. “Chris sent me the play last year, and as soon as I read it, I knew we had to do it,” Plaza says. “I couldn’t pass up Shanley’s dialogue! It is so fun and juicy, and the characters are tragic and beautiful.”

Between Jeff Ward’s stage directorial debut and working with Plaza, Abbott feels like he hit the theater jackpot. “Everyone on this team is a dream,” he says. “To get to work with Aubrey and Jeff on this every day feels like we tricked the system somehow.” Danny and the Deep Blue Sea first premiered in 1983, with John Turturro and June Stein originating the roles Abbott and Plaza will be taking on. “I feel incredibly lucky to be working with actors who are as extraordinary as Chris and Aubrey, and the fact that we are also great friends has only made the process that much more rewarding,” says Ward. “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea is such a timeless and deeply resonant play.”

This fall’s adaptation, which begins previews on October 30 and opens November 13, will take place at the jewel box Lucille Lortel Theatre in Manhattan’s West Village. It will have a limited 10-week run. “The process will be the joy, and doing a show that people will be moved by will be the hope,” says Abbott. “I can’t wait to start.”

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Source: Vanity Fair

A new rumor surrounding the upcoming Marvel series, Agatha: Coven of Chaos, has been spreading around online. Some outlets are reporting that there will be 9 episodes of the Disney+ series when it premieres in 2024. No official word from the network, so, let’s not get our hopes up yet!

Scott Pilgrim is back — this time in anime form!

On Wednesday, Netflix released the first official teaser for its upcoming series Scott Pilgrim Takes Off. The animated show, based on the 2010 film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, will premiere on Friday, Nov. 17 and feature the return of the entire original ensemble cast.

The star-studded voice cast includes Michael Cera as the titular Scott Pilgrim, Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Ramona Flowers, Kieran Culkin as Wallace Wells, Chris Evans as Lucas Lee, Anna Kendrick as Stacey Pilgrim, Brie Larson as Envy Adams, Aubrey Plaza as Julie Powers, Brandon Routh as Todd Ingram, Mae Whitman as Roxie and more.

The series will premiere on Netflix on November 17th!

An unconfirmed report by ComingSoon.net has some new details regarding Aubrey Plaza’s character in the upcoming Marvel series, Agatha: Coven of Chaos.

Parks and Recreation vet Aubrey Plaza will reportedly portray the role of witch Rio Vidal in Agatha: Coven of Chaos. According to Marvel scooper CanWeGetToast on Twitter, Rio Vidal is an original character created for the series described as “the first Green witch” and an ex-lover of Kathryn Hahn’s fan-favorite witch.

Despite the ongoing Hollywood strikes, Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ series is still expected to make its debut in 2024 as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Five.