“Ron and Tammy” Captures

November 7, 2009   Comments Off on “Ron and Tammy” Captures   Gallery, TV Shows

I have just added 41 HQ captures of Aubrey from this week’s episode of “Parks and Recreation” into the gallery. You can view all the captures by clicking on the thumbnails below…

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“Greg Pikitis” Captures

October 31, 2009   Comments Off on “Greg Pikitis” Captures   Gallery, TV Shows

I have just added 54 HD captures of Aubrey from this week’s episode of “Parks and Recreation” into the photo gallery. This episode was great – and Halloween themed – so its fitting that I add them up today. You can see them all by clicking on the thumbnails below…

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“Parks and Recreation” Gets a Full Second Season!

October 23, 2009   Comments Off on “Parks and Recreation” Gets a Full Second Season!   News, TV Shows

NBC has renewed “Parks and Recreation” for an entire season – so we will get a complete season 2!

NBC has picked up full seasons of Thursday-night comedies “Community” and “Parks and Recreation,” as well as its Wednesday night medical drama “Mercy.”

All three have shown stability in their time periods in recent weeks.

“We are very pleased with the critical and audience reaction to our wonderful new comedy ‘Community,'” said NBC entertainment president Angela Bromstad. “The cast and producers are delivering a first-rate, quality show that is very promising as the newest of NBC’s first-rate Thursday-night comedies.”

About “Mercy,” Bromstad added: “This drama has found a dedicated audience and continues to build in the ratings. We’ve seen future episodes, and we’re confident “Mercy” can be a strong player for us.”

Regarding Amy Poehler’s “Parks,” Bromstad said, “Parks and Recreation” has proven to be a steady performer for us on Thursday nights and gets better with every show.”

Absent from the pickup list: Monday night medical thriller “Trauma.”

“Community,” “Parks” and “Mercy” have been modest performers, but this back-nine order gives the trio some breathing room to potentially improve. NBC, the final broadcaster to order additional episodes of their new shows this fall, also has a limited inventory of scripted content to fill any open slots. The network has “Chuck” on deck, which has been speculated might replace “Trauma” should NBC pull the medical thriller.

NBC has “Parenthood” and “Day One” for midseason, though “Parenthood” has been delayed because of the illness of co-star Maura Tierney who was recently replaced by Lauren Graham, and “Day One” has been reduced to a mini-series, at least for now. Additionally, NBC is prepping multi-camera midseason comedy “100 Questions,” which has undergone significant casting changes since the pilot.

“Mercy” has averaged a 2.1 rating, 5 share in adults 18-49 and 7.8 million viewers and has boosted the time period 37% compared with the network’s performance in the time period last season. “Community” has averaged a 2.6 rating, and 5.7 million. Though it debuted last season, “Parks and Recreation” was brought back for 13 episodes this fall and has averaged a 2.1 and 4.8 million.

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Aubrey Plaza Says “Scott Pilgrim” Casting Was ‘Meant To Be’

October 17, 2009   Comments Off on Aubrey Plaza Says “Scott Pilgrim” Casting Was ‘Meant To Be’   Interviews, Movies

Now that “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” has wrapped principal photography, the movie’s many cast members are starting to talk about their work on the Edgar Wright-directed comic book adaptation. Today, actress Aubrey Plaza is getting in on that action.

Plaza plays Julie Powers in “Scott Pilgrim,” the occasional girlfriend of Scott’s band mate Stephen Stills. The actress spoke with Making Of about the film’s “perfectly” weird faithfulness to the Bryan Lee O’Malley-created graphic novels. “There’s a lot of weird, really perfectly casted people,” said Plaza. “Alison Pill really looks like Kim Pine, Michael [Cera] really looks like Scott Pilgrim in a weird way, so everybody kind of weirdly looks like their character. You almost feel like it was meant to be.”

The actress is perhaps best known for her role in last summer’s “Funny People,” and while Plaza had plenty of comedy to wade through in “Scott Pilgrim,” she admitted that there was an entirely new element for her in the movie’s action component. “It’s kind of a crazy movie because it’s a comedy, but it’s also an action film,” she said. “It was a different way of working—a lot more technical, not a lot of improv. There’s no room to improvise when there’s a blue screen and camera craning at these weird times. You have to really be hitting all of the beats and everything. So it was a learning experience for me, because I’m used to kind of just saying whatever I want.”

And who says learning can’t be fun? Certainly not Plaza, who had nothing but great things to say about filming the comic book movie. “It was really fun,” she said. “Edgar is awesome. He’s really great. Everyone in the cast was really great—they’re all a combination of really funny but also really great actors.”

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“Sister City” Captures

October 17, 2009   Comments Off on “Sister City” Captures   Gallery, TV Shows

I’ve just added 150 HD captures of Aubrey from this week’s episode of “Parks and Recreation” into our gallery! This episode was so awesome – it featured a lot of Aubrey and she was super funny!

You can see all the captures by clicking on the thumbnails below…

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“The Practice Date” Captures

October 9, 2009   Comments Off on “The Practice Date” Captures   Gallery, TV Shows

I have just added 88 HD captures of Aubrey from this week’s episode of “Parks and Recreation” titled “The Practice Date”. Although Aubrey wasn’t in this episode much, she was absolutely hilarious in the end with her “surveillance” video!

You can see the captures by clicking on the thumbnails below…

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“Beauty Pageant” Captures

October 2, 2009   Comments Off on “Beauty Pageant” Captures   Gallery Updates, TV Shows

I have just added 128 HD captures of Aubrey from this week’s episode of “Parks and Recreation”… She got quite a bit of screen time and April’s impressions were very funny!

You can see all the captures by clicking on the thumbnail images below…

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“Parks and Recreation” Captures

September 26, 2009   Comments Off on “Parks and Recreation” Captures   Gallery, TV Shows

I have updated the photo gallery today with HD screen captures of Aubrey from the first two episodes of the second season of “Parks and Recreation”. You can view them by clicking on the thumbnails below!

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RISING STAR: AUBREY PLAZA

September 7, 2009   Comments Off on RISING STAR: AUBREY PLAZA   News

STANDING OUT in a movie with Seth Rogen can’t be easy, but that’s just what New York transplant Aubrey Plaza has done in the new Judd Apatow comedy “Funny People.”

“By the way,” Post film critic Kyle Smith wrote in his review, “remember this actress’ name: Aubrey Plaza. She’s awesome.”

That name, as the 25-year-old recently explained, is an unusual combination: Plaza, she says, is “Puerto Rican Spanish,” while Aubrey was inspired by the title of a song by band Bread in the ’70s. A native of Delaware, Plaza has been making her comic mark since starting college at New York University — a school she chose partly for its proximity to famed comedy group The Upright Citizens Brigade. A former intern on “Saturday Night Live,” she’s worked on two shows featuring female alums of the late night show, doing a quick turn as an NBC page on Tina Fey’s “30 Rock,” and more recently enjoying a regular part on Amy Poehler’s “Parks and Recreation.”

Named a “Hot Comic” by Rolling Stone and one of “10 Comics to Watch” by Variety, Plaza is maintaining momentum with an indie movie, “Mystery Team,” out this year. Also in the can is a project with a name as memorable as her own: “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” a comedy with Michael Cera set for release next year.

“Funny People” is in theaters now.

From the New York Post


“Parks and Recreation” season 2 – info on the pit

August 28, 2009   Comments Off on “Parks and Recreation” season 2 – info on the pit   News, TV Shows

E! Online has a quote with Aubrey talking about the infamous pit on the second season of “Parks & Recreation”…

Any scoop on Parks & Recreation? Are they still working on the pit this season, or have they abandoned it for a new project?
Aubrey Plaza confirms that the pit is still a big part of this season: “The pit is still there. The pit is kind of our grounding place. I know that a lot of crazy things are going to happen in the pit, outside of the pit, with the pit and with people surrounding the pit.