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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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  • 13/06 - Happy birthday, Kat!
  • 9/06 - Gallery update: Kat & Andrew go yarn shopping
  • 4/06 - Gallery update: *Exclusive* 2 Broke Girls Promotional Photoshoot
  • 2/06 - WandaVision Originally Included Darcy Flashbacks
  • 2/06 - ‘Dollface’: Michelle Nader Set As Showrunner Of Season 2 Of Hulu’s Kat Dennings Comedy
  • 26/05 - Gallery update: Kat & Andrew go shopping in Burbank
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    Check the photo gallery with +27.000 pictures of Kat and still growing!
    April 02, 2021  Sparrow No comments Gallery

    We have added 157 HQ/1080p screencaptures of Kat’s “My Worst Audition” clip from the backstage of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, episode airdate 06 April 205.

    April 01, 2021  Sparrow No comments Kat's Books & Wine Club

    As a tribute to children’s books writer Norton Juster who passed away on March 8, we have selected The Phantom Tollbooth as Kat’s Books & Wine Club as our April pick. Kat did post a homage to Juster on her social media, saying it “is in my top 5 books of all time and I’ve gotten a copy for everyone I care about. If you haven’t read it, it’s the perfect day 📖”

    This beloved story -first published more than fifty years ago- introduces readers to Milo and his adventures in the Lands Beyond.

    For Milo, everything’s a bore. When a tollbooth mysteriously appears in his room, he drives through only because he’s got nothing better to do. But on the other side, things seem different. Milo visits the Island of Conclusions (you get there by jumping), learns about time from a ticking watchdog named Tock, and even embarks on a quest to rescue Rhyme and Reason! Somewhere along the way, Milo realizes something astonishing. Life is far from dull. In fact, it’s exciting beyond his wildest dreams…


    Add to your shelf on Goodreads

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    March 28, 2021  Sparrow No comments Gallery

    We have added 36 AI enhanced screencaptures from featurettes that come in the The House Bunny DVD. These were gathered from now inactive sources and unfortunately I cannot get my hands on the videos to make more screencaptures. I hope you can enjoy them all the same!

    March 22, 2021  Sparrow No comments Instagram

    vaxxed at last 🕸

    March 17, 2021  Sparrow No comments Kat's Garden

    Today we introduce a new column for your entertainment: Kat’s Garden. Why stay stuck in Kat’s Kitchen when you can wander outside into the garden? On this second year of cultivation fascination, we offer you compilations of Kat’s gardening stories on Instagram.

    On its premiere episode, Kat tidies up her “room”. The footage comes from several stories from March 13.

    March 17, 2021  Sparrow No comments 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
    March 15, 2021  Sparrow No comments Gallery, TV Appearances

    We have added 685 HQ screencaptures of Kat’s digital appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, episode of February 18. Enjoy!

    March 14, 2021  Sparrow No comments Originals

    In a recent interview with GRAZIA, WandaVision’s design producer Marth Worthington talked about the process of designing the sets for the show’s different eras, in the middle of a pandemic to boot!, and what we would expect to see if WandaVision had gotten its own COVID-19 scenario.

    Asked what it was like working with actresses Elizabeth Olsen and Kat Dennings, Worthington replied:

    They were fantastic. Incredible actors as you can see the range in this. I mean, not that you didn’t see it before. You did, obviously, the both of them. But what a pleasure. They’re both lovely and so positive and so complimentary of the sets. They would come onto the sets and be very like, ‘Oh my God this feels totally like this sitcom!’ so it was gratifying that our scenery was able to help them provide energy for their performances.

    March 14, 2021  Sparrow No comments Press Articles

    WandaVision came to an end last week and while it wrapped up pretty perfectly, there are still a few unanswered questions. One surprising thing about the finale was that it barely featured Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis. The character, who returned for the first time since Thor: The Dark World in 2013, played a major role in the series but was only seen briefly t-boning Director Hayward (Josh Stamberg) with her car and declaring, “Have fun in prison!” While this was a perfect Darcy moment, many have wondered why she was not in more of the episode. During a recent interview with TV Line, producer Mary Livanos revealed it wasn’t due to COVID reshoots.

    “I don’t think [Dennings’ absence] had to do with anything COVID-related,” Livanos shared. “We love Darcy as this elusive, wacky character, and I find it particularly delightful that Darcy could pop up anywhere in the universe.”

    While that doesn’t explain why she wasn’t in more of the finale, it does give us hope that she will be pop up again in the future. Dennings recently shared with the Keep It podcast that her role in Thor was originally supposed to be a couple of scenes, but her friendship with Portman inspired a bigger part.

    “Because Natalie and I are already friends, I remember this exactly,” Dennings shared. “I walk in the room and I’m very shy. I came in and I sat down and Natalie hadn’t gotten there yet and everyone was so nice. Natalie came in and sat on my lap because we’re friends. I think our friendship started to infect them [like] its purity and love. Slowly, Darcy became more involved, and I was like, ‘Why are they adding me to scenes?'” She added, “If I am being honest, friendship magic is the reason I’m here today.”


    Written by Jamie Jirak for Comicbook, article published March 11
    March 14, 2021  Sparrow No comments Originals

    A fun piece of news from this week. Actress Maya Rudolph has paid a whopping $2.6M for a house that previously belonged to our own Miss Dennings. Kat lived in this house located in the LA district of Sherman Oaks between the years of 2012-13 and 2016, bought in turn from Who What Wear founder Katherine Power. Originally purchased for $1.2M, Power flipped the property before passing it along to her friend Kat.

    According to Architectural Digest, the house that was built in 1938 measures 2,810 square feet and includes 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

    You can view photographs of how the house is doing over at Dirt, if you’re curious to picture Kat living in it.

    For some bonus trivia, we would like to note that both actresses, Dennings and Rudolph, do share one project in common, Big Mouth, where they lend their voices to the characters Leah Birch and Connie the Hormone Monstress, respectively. Additionally, both participated in the same editorial for Vanity Fair magazine back in 2009, “Ain’t We Got Style?”, shot by Mark Seliger. Dear Anton Yelchin is also pictured in Seliger’s photographs.






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