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Sparrow - Jul 25, 2021
Dollface: Season Two; Lilly Singh and Three More Join Hulu Comedy Series
Dollface Press Articles Projects

Dollface is adding four to its cast for season two. Lilly Singh, Jayson Blair, Luke Cook, and Corrine Foxx are joining the cast of the Hulu comedy series about female friendship which stars Kat Dennings.

Per The Hollywood Reporter, Singh will play “Liv, a queer bar owner with a confident sense of humor, who explores both a relationship and a business venture with Stella (Shay Mitchell).”

As for Blair, Variety revealed that he will play “Liam, a new love interest for Izzy (Esther Povitsky), who, for the Dollface uninitiated, is a friend and co-worker of Dennings’ main character Jules.”

Deadline report revealed that Foxx will play “Ruby, the enigmatic daughter of a music industry mogul who reappears from the girls’ past and strikes up a whirlwind friendship with Madison (Brenda Song).” Another Deadline report noted Cook’s casting but offered no details.

Episodes for season two are now being filmed in Los Angeles. Hulu will announce the season two premiere date at some point in the future.


Written by Regina Avalos for TV Series Finale, article published on 24 July 2021
Sparrow - Jul 22, 2021
‘The Sandman: Act II’ is coming
Projects The Sandman

After having its second and third installments greenlit earlier this year, The Sandman is returning to Audible on the 22nd of September, according to Variety. A link for Act II has already been set up at Audible. This second installment will focus on Volumes Four and Five of the eponymous graphic novel by Neil Gaiman, as well the “Distant Mirrors” quartet and the “Convergence” trio from Volume Six.

What’s more, if you live in the US, you will be able to listen to the first installment of The Sandman for free starting today (offer expires October 22). Consult our dedicated page for more information on where (or “when”) to find Kat.

Sparrow - Jul 15, 2021
Gallery update: on the set of Dollface, earlier today
Dollface Exclusives Projects

Surprise! We added an extra 09 UHQ exclusives of Kat on Dollface‘s set today. Feeling spoiled yet? We know we are.

Sparrow - Jul 15, 2021
Gallery update: on the set of Dollface
Dollface Exclusives Projects

We got an exciting exclusive for you today: 07 UHQ images of Kat on the set of Dollface, taken yesterday. She’s looking too queenly for words.

Sparrow - Jul 14, 2021
WandaVision & Dollface news
Dollface Originals Projects WandaVision

WandaVision earns a whopping 23 nominations for the Television Academy Emmy awards, including ‘Outstanding Limited Or Anthology Series’, ‘Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Or Anthology Series Or Movie’ (Paul Bettany) and ‘Outstanding Lead Actress In A Limited Or Anthology Series Or Movie’ (Elizabeth Olsen) along with technical categories. Our heartfelt congratulations to the entire WandaVision team. The show’s success would not be possible without all intervening parts, including our Kat who, in spite of not getting a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Limited Or Anthology Series Or Movie, deserves praise for her work on the show.

As for Dollface, Lilly Singh is reported to join Kat, Brenda Song, Shay Mitchell and Esther Povitsky for season two, which is currently under production. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Singh will play Liv, a queer bar owner with a confident sense of humor, who explores both a relationship and a business venture with Stella (Shay Mitchell).” The season is reported to premiere in early 2022.

Sparrow - Jun 2, 2021
WandaVision Originally Included Darcy Flashbacks
Press Articles Projects WandaVision

WandaVision head writer Jac Schaeffer reveals early drafts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series included flashbacks of what Darcy’s been up to.

WandaVision head writer Jac Schaeffer reveals early drafts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series included flashbacks of what Darcy Lewis has been up to in the time leading up to the series. Kat Dennings’ fan-favorite character was introduced to the MCU with the first Thor film but her only subsequent appearance was in its 2013 sequel before finally returning in WandaVision. Initially just a friend and intern to the God of Thunder’s astrophysicist love interest Jane Foster, the Disney+ series saw Darcy having finally received her doctorate in astrophysics.

Set shortly after the events of Avengers: Endgame, the show centered on its titular characters as they live an idyllic life in a suburban area magically changing to the tune of different sitcom eras. Though it becomes clear Wanda has some form of control over this bizarre reality, she and Vision begin to suspect a darker force is driving her and the crumbling nature of the world around them. Composed of nine episodes, the series acts as a catalyst for the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Spider-Man: No Way Home.

While discussing the history of the Disney+ series with Rolling Stone, Schaeffer revealed that the early stages of development on WandaVision explored Dennings’ fan-favorite astrophysicist in the timeline leading up to the story. Despite enjoying what she and the writers’ room came up with for Darcy, the group elected to excise the material for pacing and tonal reasons. Read what Schaeffer revealed below:

“In earlier drafts, there was more of Darcy before she gets to the hex. And as the project coalesced it made more sense to keep everything base-centric, except for S.W.O.R.D. headquarters. So we lost some of that other stuff. But it was really fun to write for Kat and to see a little bit more [of] what’s been going on with Darcy. We had this idea that Darcy didn’t blip, but her grandmother did. And now her grandmother’s back and Darcy had pawned her old TV, so she has to go get the TV back. And when she plugs it in, Episode One pops up, and that’s how the broadcast is discovered. It was silly, it was too much of a detour. But that writing infused all the later writing for Darcy. We also jumped all over the opportunity to have her be a Ph.D. now. That was just delightful to write.”

Given she was absent from the franchise for the better part of a decade, the initial news of Darcy’s return to the fold for WandaVision was an exciting tidbit. These feelings were propelled higher when viewers got to see the quick-witted character flaunt her newly-earned doctorate and put the cynical S.W.O.R.D. higher-ups to shame. While an exploration of her backstory could’ve better balanced the real-world story with the faux reality of Wanda and Vision, the more straightforward nature of her introduction for the show proved plenty enjoyable.

With her time in WandaVision coming to an end as she flees from the authorities after helping stop S.W.O.R.D. director Tyler Hayward, it’s currently unclear if and when fans can expect to see Dennings’ Darcy return to the MCU. Though with Jane coming back for Thor: Love and Thunder, she just may turn up again sooner rather than later — unless Marvel chooses to give fans the Darcy and Jimmy Woo X Files-type spinoff they truly desire.


Written by Grant Hermanns for Screen Rant, article published on June 02
Sparrow - Jun 2, 2021
‘Dollface’: Michelle Nader Set As Showrunner Of Season 2 Of Hulu’s Kat Dennings Comedy
Dollface Press Articles Projects

EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Nader has boarded Dollface, the Hulu comedy starring Kat Dennings, as showrunner for its second season.

Nader, who was showrunner and exec producer of Dennings’ CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls, replaces Ira Ungerleider, who was showrunner for season one.

The half-hour show is set to start production this summer after a long, Covid-impacted delay on filming with new episodes set to air in 2022.

The streamer said that Dollface was one of its “best performing new binge series for subscriber engagement” after it launched in November 2019 and was renewed in January 2020.

Dollface follows Jules, played Kat Dennings, a young vibrant woman who is dealing with the aftermath of being dumped by her boyfriend. With a broken heart, Jules battles her own imagination in order to literally and metaphorically re-enter the world of women, with friendships she left behind and the new battle of dating post breakup.

Brenda Song, Shay Mitchell and Esther Povitsky also star.

The series was created by Jordan Weiss, who serves as an executive producer alongside Nader, Margot Robbie, Brett Hedblom and Tom Ackerley for LuckyChap Entertainment, Bryan Unkeless and Scott Morgan for Screen Arcade, Kat Dennings and Nicole King. Dollface is produced by ABC Signature Studios, part of Disney Television Studios.

Nader previously spent a decade under an overall deal at Warner Bros. Television, where in addition to showrunning 2 Broke Girls, she developed female-driven comedy pilots such as I Mom So Hard and an Iliza Schleshinger project at CBS, as well as a Quinta Brunson collaboration at HBO Max.

Previously, she created the U.S. adaptation of Kath & Kim starring Molly Shannon and Selma Blair for NBC while under a deal at Universal, and other past credits also include King of Queens, Spin City, and Dharma and Greg. She most recently worked on the CBS series B-Positive, produced by Chuck Lorre, and she currently has a pilot in development at Fox.

“I only run shows that Kat Dennings stars in – I think that’s a smart plan. She is incredible.” said Nader. “And Jordan has an amazing and distinct voice. She created a really unique world with such a fresh perspective, and I feel lucky to get to write for all these women. And an imaginary Cat Lady.”

“I feel incredibly lucky to have Michelle as a mentor and a partner this season,” said Weiss. “The way she writes women is thoughtful, hilarious, and real, and the way she runs a show follows suit. I’m so excited to work with her, Kat, Margot, and the rest of our Hulu/ABC team to bring another season of this show to life.”

“We are so lucky to have Michelle Nader running this show. I’ve seen her mastery and commitment firsthand and I can’t wait to be on a set with her again” said Kat Dennings. “She is the ideal person to take Dollface to new heights.”

Nader is represented by ICM Partners and Ken Richman at Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman. Weiss is represented by UTA, Mosaic and attorney Patti Felker. Dennings is represented by UTA, Linden Entertainment, and attorney Harris Hartman.


Written by Peter White for Yahoo, article published on June 1st
Sparrow - Mar 17, 2021
The Real Reason We Didn’t See This WandaVision Trio Together More On Screen
Projects WandaVision

WandaVision is functionally two stories being told in parallel with each other: Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) in Westview, and Jimmy (Randall Park), Monica (Teyonah Parris), and Darcy (Kat Dennings) outside the Hex. We didn’t get as much time with the latter trio, which is understandable because we were already several episodes deep into the all-too-brief series when they made their first appearances. Even so, it’s hard not to wonder what they were doing all that time between the action beats. Yoga? Donut breaks? playing Cyberpunk 2077? Shockingly, it’s none of the above. The trio was actually quite busy behind the scenes, we just didn’t get to see it.

On a similar topic, director Matt Shakman revealed on Kevin Smith’s podcast Fatman Beyond that several scenes were cut from the final episode. These cut scenes include a shot-but-never-rendered Goonies-style romp through Agatha’s (Kathryn Hahn) basement, and some alternate Monica scenes. Looper spoke with several of the creatives involved with WandaVision, including Shakman and showrunner Jac Schaeffer, and we asked what else was hard to cut. In our discussions, we got an answer as to why we didn’t see more of Jimmy, Monica, and Darcy’s adventures: They were cut for time and storytelling efficiency.

When asked which scenes were hardest to cut, Schaeffer brought up those three, and explained why they were cut: “There were more scenes in the base, with Monica and Jimmy and Darcy, things that were on the page that we didn’t shoot, where there was more theorizing. And we ultimately determined that it was just too much treading water. And also, it was a little bit self-congratulatory, because it was a lot of them figuring out the mystery, which was a mystery that we as writers built. So, right correctly, that those things fell to the side. But I think I just loved the trio so much, that it would have been fun to shoot and include more of their ensemble.”

That’s not to say Shakman and Schaeffer aren’t still thinking of them, obviously. When asked what Jimmy, Monica, and Darcy are doing now, director Matt Shakman said, “Jimmy’s a hard worker. He’s catching bad guys, of course. Monica, we’ll have to wait and see Captain Marvel 2 what she’s up to … And Dr. Darcy Lewis, the top of her field, I’m sure she’s got a lot of people asking for her time and attention.”

Add us to that list.


Written by David L. Lebovitz for Looper, article published March 16
Sparrow - Mar 8, 2021
New on Instagram 08/03
Instagram Projects WandaVision

A sweet @wandavision memory…the prop department was so considerate that they would put heat packs under our watches before we put them on in the cold temps. That kind of thing is never lost on me. We love you, props 💌

Sparrow - Mar 6, 2021
Kat and Randall have a message for you
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.


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IS THAT A GENUINE SMILE COMING OUT OF MY FACE?! IT IS THE SMILE OF SOMEONE WHO FINALLY HOODWINKED HER FAVORITE BEVERAGE INTO SPONSORING HER…IT’S SPINDRIFT SPARKLING WATER, BABY. Never in my life have I approached a brand ASKING to partner with them out of sheer adoration. As a passionate (yet not remotely professional) gardener, I’ve become obsessed with only allowing REAL FRUIT (not “natural flavor” – actual fruit) into my consumables. Once I realized that everything I was drinking was “flavored”, I went on the hunt. I discovered @drinkspindrift which is the FIRST sparkling water made with 100% ONLY REAL SQUEEZED FRUIT and I became an absolute psycho, slowly converting my friends and family to the Drifter lifestyle. I may be part Spindrift at this point, as it is actually the only water I drink. Anyway. More to come. #realfruittastesbetter#spindriftpartner
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Ummmmm so @drinkspindrift also has a hard seltzer and it is incredible @spindriftspiked YES PLEASE #realfruittastesbetter #spindriftpartner #ad21+ #drinkresponsibly
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