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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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  • March 06, 2021  Sparrow No comments Media, Projects, WandaVision

    Ahead of the WandaVision finale, Marvel Entertainment shared a public service announcement starred by Kat and Randall, bringing you a very special message: do not spoil. WandaVision is now completely available on Disney+ to watch and re-watch.

    February 17, 2021  Sparrow No comments Media, Press Articles

    WandaVision is the most talked-about TV show of 2021 so far.


    That is kind of to be expected, as the first Marvel Cinema Universe show on Disney+ was always going to be a big deal. But maybe what fans didn’t expect was for the show to be as strange as it is.

    Instead of superhero battles and sci-fi action, for the first few episodes viewers instead got homages to the sitcoms of yesteryear, with an additonal sinister, unnerving edge.

    The fourth episode finally pulled out into the wider MCU world, and gave us some clues as to what is going on. Returning characters Darcy Lewis (from the Thor movies) and Agent Jimmy Woo (first seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp) are now on the outside of Westview looking in, trying to figure out what is going on, just like the viewers at home.

    We caught up with the Darcy and Jimmy – or more accurately Kat Dennings and Randall Park, the actors that play them – to talk about what they thought when they first discovered what the show was about.

    “When I first got called in [by] Jac Schaeffer, the head writer, we sat in a conference room, and she had the whole show mapped out on the walls.” says Randall Park. “I was just so amazed.”

    “‘I was like ‘What is going on?'” adds Kat Dennings. “This is the craziest thing I have ever seen.'”

    “But seeing all of the work they put in to it, it all really makes sense,” she continued. “Everything you see has a payoff. There’s nothing put in purely by accident.”

    “There’s a huge payoff that I think people will be really excited for.”

    And based on what happens at the end of episode five, we are starting to see it all come together.

    WandaVision is streaming exclusively now on Disney+


    Written by Wil Jones for JOE, article published without a given date
    February 15, 2021  Sparrow No comments Appearances, Media, Talk Shows

    Ahead of its broadcast, ET Canada reveals what to expect from Kat’s participation on today’s episode of The Ellen Show.

    The “WandaVision” actress spoke with Ellen DeGeneres for a segment on her show airing Monday, February 15, about her desire for an additional pet. Dennings explained she already has one “genius” cat, Millie, and wants another feline friend. However, Dennings worries that either Millie, 8, wouldn’t get along with the newbie or that the pair would form such a strong bond they would ignore her altogether. That line of thought led Kat to think that maybe she should adopt a rescue fox. Dennings also spoke to Ellen about a toaster mishap that arose out of a desperate desire for a warm cookie, and what it was like reprising the role of Darcy Lewis eight years after appearing in the first “Thor” movie.

    The Canadian website also released a video segment titled “Did Kat Tweet That?” where Ellen has Kat play a guessing game of whether she did tweet that.

    February 13, 2021  Sparrow No comments Appearances, Media, Talk Shows

    Kat did a digital appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!‘s episode of last Thursday.

    Kat did a digital appearance today on Good Morning America to promote WandaVision. Unfortunately, none of our questions was selected to be answered by her.

    February 09, 2021  Sparrow No comments Interviews, Media, Projects, WandaVision

    Lastly, or so it seems, out of the interviews Kat recorded on the last day of January, there is this one for Get Your Comic On, uploaded today to the website’s Youtube channel.

    February 07, 2021  Sparrow No comments Interviews, Media, Projects, WandaVision

    Among other interviews last Monday, Kat spoke to Extra TV. Below, you can watch the interview video, which was released yesterday. In the interview, she teased another Marvel project she’s working.

    February 07, 2021  Sparrow No comments Interviews, Media, Projects, WandaVision

    Among other interviews last Monday, Kat spoke to Pedro Duarte of Brazilian website Jovem Nerd. The video was uploaded yesterday to the website’s YouTube side-channel and includes hard subs in Brazilian Portuguese.

    February 06, 2021  Sparrow No comments Interviews, Media, Projects, WandaVision

    Among other interviews last Monday, Kat spoke to Carlos Bustamante of ET Canada. The interview was uploaded to the website’s YouTube channel yesterday.

    Among other interviews last Monday, Kat spoke to Screen Rant. Below, you can watch the interview video and read its accompanying article.

    WandaVision brought back another MCU fan favorite last week, as the Disney+ series re-introduced the loquacious college student turned astrophysicist Darcy Lewis. Played by Kat Dennings, she was introduced as an intern and sidekick to Jane Foster in Thor and has now worked her way up to SWORD consultant and doctor.

    Dennings spoke to Screen Rant about Darcy’s offscreen growth since Thor: The Dark World, her onscreen chemistry with Randall Park’s Jimmy Woo, and where her character might go from here.

    A lot’s been made of Darcy being a doctor now and her credentials. I’m so proud of her. Do you have a backstory in your head for that development, or is that something we’re going to explore later on down the line in the MCU?

    Well, first of all, thank you for saying that. That is very sweet. I’ve been really overwhelmed with the sweetness of the internet. That’s not something I ever thought I’d say. I really appreciate how nice people have been about Darcy.

    But yeah, it’s funny. The main question I had for the writers was, “Was Darcy blipped?” Like, what happened? We decided amongst ourselves that she was not blipped. And while we don’t see that flashback, I like as an actor to imagine Darcy in the blip. Because that would be hilarious.

    I think the idea would be that Darcy was influenced by Jane Foster and Dr. Selvig to become an astrophysicist. It’s kind of fun to watch her evolution, and now she’s a boss and she’s a doctor. I imagine she’s just been in school with her head in a book this whole time.

    As far as you know, when was the last time that Darcy saw Jane Foster?

    That’s a good question. What we know is that the last time was in Thor: The Dark World. I’d like to think that they saw each other more. I’d like to think that they have a text-phone call-FaceTime relationship.

    I think they were in contact personally. I bet Jane wrote her a letter of recommendation.

    Previously, you commented about really getting into the action in WandaVision. What’s been your favorite part about portraying Darcy this time around?

    It never happens as an actor that you get to not only revisit a role, but bring that role full circle. Like I said, making her a doctor? That’s so gratifying to play. Because she was a fun college student, and now she’s like a boss, and she’s an expert. Now she gets to tell people what’s going on. That’s the most fun part for me.

    And I will say those words are very hard to pronounce. I wanted to make sure I got them right, and they actually had an astrophysicist on set to help correct me if I said something wrong. Or if the lines were a little bit right, but a little bit wrong, she would come and be like, “Actually, it’s this,” and then we would change it to be accurate. So, it was a really, really cool experience.

    Is it just me, or did I detect a little bit of chemistry between Darcy and Agent Woo? Darcy is usually pretty cold to people, but it seems like she connects with him. Is there a connection there?

    Well, for the character, certainly. I love Randall Park. He’s a wonderful person and amazing actor. For me, I was just so excited to be in the scenes with him.

    But for those characters, I think there’s that fun thing of two people that you never thought would be put together, from two completely different movies and different parts of the MCU. Seeing that is really fun, and I’m so glad people respond to it. It was fun to play. I love that scene with the potato chips. He’s a joy, and there’s a lot more of that.

    What’s the biggest difference between working on these Marvel films and this new foray into the MCU television side on Disney+?

    Shooting a show and shooting a movie are different, of course. There’s that thing of like, “Okay, we have to shoot this location out. So we’re gonna do this,” and whatever. There’s always a logistical thing with the show. It’s a little more controlled in a film, but Marvel is the best of the best. They’re as good as it gets, so it didn’t feel that different at all. They’re on top of their game, and obviously, everybody is is the best at their job. And it’s a real joy. That experience is pretty unheard of in the world of indie film, eating ramen in the closet like I usually do on set.


    Written by Joe Decklemeier for Screen Rant, article dated February 4th





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