Parks and Recreation’s season five finale, "Are You Better Off?," focused on the mystery behind a positive pregnancy test, and ended with a few cliffhangers to excite fans for next fall.
On Earth Day, Monday, April 22, environmentally conscious celebrities took to their personal Twitter pages to spread awareness on the 43rd anniversary of the green holiday. Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron, encouraging her fans to take proactive measures to protect the environment, wrote, "Happy earth day! Important lesson: always respect and care for your mother.
She made our jaws drop with her skimpy boxing music video "Yummy," and now Meital, full name Meital Dohan, the Israeli comedian/actress/singer, is back with the buzzworthy single "On Ya," featuring platinum recording artist Sean Kingston.
Season Four of NBC's Parks and Recreation ended with Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) asking residents of Pawnee to get out a map. “A crisp new one that shows where we might go. Let’s embark on a new journey together and see where it takes us,” she said.
Celeste and Jesse Forever is an intelligent urban romantic comedy that, while several notches above commerical blockbuster quality, also refuses to be so indie that it seems — and looks — too alternative to be real.
Parks and Recreation comedian Rashida Jones, 36, the daughter of music mogul Quincy Jones with actress Peggy Lipton, is retracting some comments she made about actor John Travolta earlier this month while promoting her new movie, Celeste and Jesse Forever, which also stars Andy Samberg, Elijah Wood and Emma Roberts.
Not far into the pilot for Parks and Recreations, NBC's latest attempt to kick start a winning sitcom idea, right after "mid-level bureaucrat" Leslie Knope (played by Amy Poehler – typically oblivious) has accosted a child in a sandpit with a pointlessly vague questionnaire and she turns to address the camera you get the odd realization you've seen this show somewhere before.
Darren Criss doesn't know how to stop. With only about two more weeks left of filming Glee, he is gearing up to begin a three-week training course to replace Daniel Radcliffe in Broadway's How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones, 35, isn't afraid to show off her flare for absurdity and a bit of an edgy streak. The comedian and Harvard grad acknowledges that she's now a recognizable actress, but knows exactly what she would do if she could recapture her old anonymity for a day, and it would be "something naked," she told Playboy.
Damn that Paul Rudd. Is anyone more believable as a beloved relative? What began in 1995's Clueless as the dorky-but-loving counterweight to Alicia Silverstone's ditzy-but-lovable high school princess has evolved, through iterations of brotherliness (Role Models), helplessness (I Love You, Man) and deadpan-dependent drollness (The 40-year-old Virgin), into a 16-years-later apotheosis called Our Idiot Brother, directed by frequent Rudd collaborator David Wain.