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Welcome to Kat Dennings Diaries, a fansite dedicated to the actress Kat Dennings. She became known to the general public as the sassy waitress Max Black in the comedy 2 Broke Girls and in the shoes of the witty Darcy Lewis of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Kat can now be seen in Hulu's new show Dollface. We aim to be your go-to source for Kat goodness and offer a comprehensive archive of her career and fierceness.
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Latest News
  • September 21 - Gallery update: Defendor & Hollywood Adventures
  • September 21 - WandaVision Trailer
  • September 09 - Friendsgiving trailer
  • September 06 - Friendsgiving gets a premiere date
  • September 21, 2020  Sparrow No comments Films, Gallery

    We are finally adding high quality screencaps from 1080p sources to our Gallery‘s film section, starting out with Defendor and Hollywood Adventures. Other titles will be added as they become available at analogous quality.

    September 21, 2020  Sparrow No comments Projects, WandaVision

    The trailer for Marvel’s WandaVision is finally here! As for our Darcy, she’s a bit difficult to spot but she’s likely present in this frame, perhaps alluding to a night shoot Kat talked about with Whitney Cummings back in May. We want to see dolled up Darcy too, though!

    September 09, 2020  Sparrow No comments Friendsgiving, Projects

    It’s here, courtesy of ET Online. Watch the trailer for Kat’s new movie, Friendsgiving now. Coming to theatres October 23.

    September 06, 2020  Sparrow No comments Friendsgiving, Projects

    Through an exchange with crew member Ana Lydia Monaco, filmmaker Nicol Paone has given new information regarding Friendsgiving, including a premiere date and a tease for official content for us to keep an eye on.

    I hope you’re doing alright in all this madness. And I hope this news brings you a little bit of light going into Labor Day: On Tuesday, Entertainment Tonight (online) is doing an exclusive on Friendsgiving and dropping our trailer and poster.

    The movie is coming out in theaters and on all platforms in October. (October 23rd for theatrical.)

    Paone also adds:

    Look, it’s a weird time to drop a movie but ours is filled with joy, laughter, friendship, diversity, & people coming together, which is perfect for this crazy ass time we are living in. So, I’m nothing but psyched about it.

    September 02, 2020  Sparrow No comments Kat's Books & Wine Club, Originals

    Every month we pick a book we know to be one of Kat’s favourites or one she has picked up and showcased via social media. For August, we picked On Being Blue by William H. Gass, offering a philosophical journey through the colour blue.

    Synopsis

    Of the colors, blue and green have the greatest emotional range. Sad reds and melancholy yellows are difficult to turn up. Among the ancient elements, blue occurs everywhere: in ice and water, in the flame as purely as in the flower, overhead and inside caves, covering fruit and oozing out of clay. Although green enlivens the earth and mixes in the ocean, and we find it, copperish, in fire; green air, green skies, are rare. Gray and brown are widely distributed, but there are no joyful swatches of either, or any of the exuberant black, sullen pink, or acquiescent orange. Blue is therefore most suitable as the color of interior life. Whether slick light sharp high bright think quick sour new and cool or low deep sweet dark soft slow smooth heavy old and warm: blue moves easily among them all, and all profoundly qualify our states of feeling.

    Add to your shelf on Goodreads and start reading!

    September 01, 2020  Sparrow No comments Gallery, Projects, The Sandman

    This Tuesday, streamer Bedgars presented “The Sandman Talkshow” on his Twitch account. In the company of friends, Bedgars discussed Audible’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic series, played games and welcomed series adapter and producer Dirk Maggs. Included in the stream was an Audible feature clip of the behind the scenes of the project.

    We have added a batch of 34 HQ screencaptures from this segment.

    August 27, 2020  Sparrow No comments Projects, WandaVision

    Bounding Into Comics has shared WandaVision rumours that have been around the online underground since May but which are only now being widely talked about. The website offers extensive synopses for the first two episodes of the show, as supposedly leaked by a WandaVision production member. Everything remains, of course, unconfirmed, but according to Bounding Into Comics, Kat and her Darcy should appear in the second episode of the series. It appears that Darcy and Wanda will develop a light-hearted friendship.

    Keep reading for spoilers. You can also read Bounding Into Comics‘ article in full here.

    Continue reading  »
    August 26, 2020  Sparrow No comments Advertisements, Instagram, Twitter, Videos

    Kat creates, produces and stars in this online ad for Amazon’s new Prime Gaming service (formerly Twitch Prime), which she shared on her social media. Prime Gaming retains the former service’s features while offering a better integration within the Amazon ecosystem.

    oooh you guys go to @Amazon’s new @PrimeGaming service for free games and rewards #PrimeGaming#GameWithPrime BYEEE #ad

    August 20, 2020  Sparrow No comments Website Updates

    We have a beautiful new design up for an early introduction of Fall courtesy of Cherry Gem Design. It’s pure peachy purr-fection. I hope you love this design and its many adorable details as much as I do. Special thanks to Zach for helping with the installation of cpmfetch. As for me, most pages are currently being renewed and expanded upon. You just have to keep coming back for more! x

    August 17, 2020  Sparrow No comments Press Articles

    We love when celebrities post their beauty regimens on social media, and Instagram’s new answer to TikTok, Reels, gives them a fun new way to share those steps. Kat Dennings has taken to the new multi-clip, audio-enhanced video feature quite quickly, posting several Reels in just the last couple of weeks, and one gives us a fun little peek at her morning routine — including a rather interesting cross-over step.

    As Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” plays, we see Dennings taking a sip of coffee from a mug, the words “congratulate yourself on another day” written over the video. “Poke yourself in the eye,” the next clip reads, as she dangles a contact lens from her finger. She then moves on to “assorted creams,” and she’s seen pumping a lotion into her palm, followed by scooping moisturizer out of a jar. Naturally, those end up being applied to her face — but not only her face.

    “I put the excess on my hair,” she writes as we see her smushing moisturizer into the ends of her long, wavy hair. It’s awesome that she’s not being wasteful of her products — especially expensive ones from iS Clinical, Eve Lom, and Keihl’s, the brands tagged in the caption — but is it actually OK to use face cream on your hair?

    Cosmetic formulator Stephen Alain Ko says yes. “There’s no reason not to, especially if it’s just the excess,” he tells Allure, nothing that the Eve Lom Moisture Cream she appears to be putting on her hair contains many of the same ingredients you’d find in hair-care products. “Hair is ‘dead’ and doesn’t need ‘nutrients’ at the ends. We can apply emollients and coating ingredients that help provide slip, smoothness, and shine.”

    Ultimately, he tells Allure, the worst that could happen is that your hair could end up feeling too coated, in which case, you could just wash it off.

    Kaveri Karhade, a board-certified dermatologist in the San Francisco Bay Area, also says it’s OK to put face cream on your hair; in fact, it may even provide a few benefits, like fighting frizz.

    “There are some ingredients found in face creams that can be beneficial for your hair,” she tells Allure, citing hyaluronic acid from a face cream could help lock water into the hair shaft, helping with hydration.

    That said, many ingredients don’t penetrate the hair shaft and instead just sit atop the hair until it’s washed out. “For example, silicones found in face creams may give the illusion of shine when applied to the hair but may weigh down your strands and make them appear limp.”

    Karhade recommends applying a minimal amount of face cream to your hair — ideally on the ends to avoid greasy-looking roots. That seems to be exactly what Dennings is doing, and considering how healthy and beautiful her hair looks, this little trick is definitely working for her.

    The actor finishes up her Reels video and routine by misting her face generously — “Water yourself like the succulent you are” — dabbing on a little eye cream, giving us a look inside the jar of a tinted lip balm, and posing in an adorably patterned tie-top headband.

    If you love this 15-second look into Dennings’s morning routine, there’s more where that came from. She also posted “How I do eyeliner” and “How to look less like a corpse” Reels that definitely deserve your views.


    Written by Marci Robin for Allure.





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