We are opening a new category inside our gallery for Kat’s televised appearances, starting out with The Ellen Show from 21 November 2019. Visit the album to browse between 90 high quality screencaptures and watch the video here.
According to Coming Soon, WandaVision is to resume filming in July, upon actor Paul Bettany cancelled his appearance at the Tampa Bay Comic Convention in lieu of the project. It is unknown whether Kat’s scenes are done recording, and thus we’ll keep an eye on more news from the set. WandaVision is due to premiere in December as part of MCU’s “Phase Four”.
There is a new section available here on our website: an audio vault, where you can listen to the podcasts Kat has participated in, included her latest contribution on Whitney Cummings’s Good For You!
The internet is abuzz with a quotation from Good For You, Whitney Cummings’s podcast, which recently played host to Kat Dennings. Around the 01:20:00 mark, when discussing stunts, and remembering an ankle injury from years ago, she said:
“There was a scene where I am running through a field full of dangers during a shoot at night and there are no tricks or doubles to replace me”.
The quote is being attributed to WandaVision, which saw its production interrupted due to the breaking of the global pandemic we are enduring. The overall work atmosphere described by Kat, coupled with the fact she revealed this work to be for television, ties in well with what is known about the series, particularly with the set photographs that surfaced on Instagram a couple of months ago.
Unless there is yet another surprise project up Kat’s sleeve, it is safe to give this conjecture credit. However, it should be noted that in no moment does Kat explicitly connect these stunts with the series, either on the podcast or elsewhere.
It’s hours of good Kat fun in the latest episode of Whitney Cummings’s podcast, Good for You! We will do our best to add the video to our archives as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can watch the YouTube embed below.
Kat’s appearance starts at 01:10:15.
Audible is bringing Neil Gailman’s graphic novel to life in a new dramatization debuting July 15. Not a rookie to voice acting, Kat is joining the project as Death, alongside other elite names such as James McAvoy, Taron Egerton and Andy Serkis.The official trailer, for the series, featuring text over artwork, can be watched here. The series is also available to preorder, with US and UK links being available.
Kat is completing one month of quarantine but she’s not letting it change her.