Aubrey reprised her role as Cat Adams on this week’s “Criminal Minds“. Our gallery has just been updated with over 60 high-quality screen captures of this episode, entitled ‘Green Light’. Don’t forget to watch the season finale on Wednesday, May 10 at 9:00 on CBS.
On Monday, a Reddit post popped up saying it contained a “Never-aired TV Pilot featuring Aubrey Plaza and Nathan Fillion.” And when we looked into it, we couldn’t find the video anywhere else — or any mention of the show either. Our best guess is that this is either the pilot or a pre-pilot episode for Nightmare Time, a pilot from Plaza that TBS recently opted to not pursue.
In any case: Aubrey Plaza! Nathan Fillion! A weird group of teens! An axe murderer!
The only other hint is that the opening frames of the new video are the ending frames of The Dark Side Of Ring Pop!, a video by sketch group Delaware featuring Plaza:
We have been waiting for quite a while – and it has finally dropped! Gunpowder & Sky has just released the first official trailer for The Little Hours, starring Aubrey, Alison Brie, Dave Franco, Fred Armisen, John C. Reilly and more. The film is set to be released in theaters on June 30th.
It’s finally here! The first official teaser for ‘Ingrid Goes West‘ has just been unveiled – and the movie looks super intense. It seems Aubrey gives us yet another phenomenal performance as Ingrid Thorburn. The film, also starring Elizabeth Olsen, is set to be released on August 4th.
After acquiring The Little Hours at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Gunpowder & Sky is set to release the quirky comedy about nuns gone wild in theaters on June 30, with plans to roll out to at least 50 markets.
Written and directed by Jeff Baena, The Little Hours follows three nuns, Alessandra (Alison Brie), Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza), and Ginevra (Kate Micucci), who lead simple lives in their convent. Their world is disrupted when a young servant (Dave Franco) fleeing from his master takes refuge at their dysfunctional convent in medieval Tuscany. John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Fred Armisen, Jemima Kirke, Nick Offerman and Adam Pally, among others co-star.
Elizabeth Destro and Plaza served as producers of the film, which premiered at Sundance’s Midnight section to generally positive reviews.
The Little Hours is Gunpowder & Sky’s widest release yet. G&S has previously acquired Tribeca Film Festival movie Dreamland and most recently The Oath, an Icelandic thriller by Everest helmer Baltasar Kormakur. The indie outfit also bought film and TV studio Supergravity Pictures in January in efforts to create an equity financing and co-production relationship on film projects.