Watch An Animated Version Of Patton Oswalt’s ‘Star Wars’ Filibuster From ‘Parks and Rec’ | Warming Glow
|—||Kevin Feige on When We’ll See Patton Oswalt’s Star Wars/Marvel Crossover Movie | /Film|
First Look at Patton Oswalt in ‘Justified’ | EW
Robin Williams Reconvenes the Dead Poets Society
“No one disrespects the DPS.”
WATCH IT NOW.
Last night Marc Maron picked a fight discussion faux fight with Patton Oswalt. This sort of reminds me of what we’ve all been told about the back table at the Comedy Cellar in New York, wherein some of the best comics bust each others’ balls before and after their sets. Anyway, if you missed the exchange, I have some good news. I’ve laid it all out below in easy-to-read play-style format.
Marc Maron: Okay, fuckers! Beddy bye time!
Maron: I’m tired of this word crack house.
Patton Oswalt: Goddamit, I can’t sleep.
Maron: Shut the fuck up and go to bed.
Oswalt: YOU go to bed, motherfucker.
Maron: I’m not tired anymore. Entertain me, little man. Since your so AWAKE.
Oswalt: I hope you drown in a patchouli pit at Bonnaroo tomorrow. And the last thing you hear is “Sugar Magnolia” played on a washtub.
Maron: I hope your child wakes up.
Oswalt: I hope your inner child gets colic and snot-shits on your soul.
Maron: Shut up.
Maron: Hey, could you call me? I need a long winded wordy explanation of something simple.
Oswalt: Just listen to the first 10 minutes of any episode of your podcast.
Maron: Oh, shit. I’m down. I’m hit.
|—||Patton Oswalt answering FilmCritHULK’S ONE QUESTION INTERVIEWS | Badass Digest|
“I’ve never worked with a stonier crew than the Kings of Queens writers and producers.”
— Patton Oswalt, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (and presenting video evidence above)
Comedians as Muppets | The Complete Collection
By CNU Editor Danielle
Some of you may have noticed that I posted these individually on my personal tumblr earlier tonight, but I didn’t want to torture you guys with 15 different posts about this, so I condensed them into one!
I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed casting them.
Forgot I did this. I stayed absolutely motionless in the opening scene from a King of Queens episode. Eerie.
From :34 to 2:52 is spectacular.
Trailer: Young Adult - Dec 16
Directed by Jason Reitman, written by Diablo Cody. Starring Charlize Theron, Patton Oswalt, Patrick Wilson.
Truth be told, I was expecting a bit more from this than what has been given but regardless I can’t say it’s disagreeable. It’s meaner and less colorful than Cody and Reitman’s last collaboration despite its watermelon poster. The two supporting men are exciting - especially Oswalt, who based on Big Fan alone, deserves a shot at some meaty dramatic roles. Theron’s lead may be too off putting to bring this all together but at least the nimble Reitman is at the helm. Now if I could just get over the aspects that remind me slightly of Just Friends.