The plucky young actress first brought to our attention in the twenty first century teen dramedy SUPER BAD, Emma Stone and her self proclaimed more jaded, more seasoned comedic counterpart Kathleen Madigan.
Upper lip drawn taught, stiff as they speak-up & speak-out in their respective fields, both ladies are clever, witty, raven haired & sharp nay silver tongued – and that is why I’m a fan of ‘em both!
Check this rare video of video of Madigan on the defunct (then refunct), Tonight Show with Jay Leno as brought to you by me via the now defunct KASA Fox 2 Interactive Report, in which she classically explains what would’ve given our own El Majico a successful run at the presidency back in ’08:
Kathleen’s comedy is streaming on Netflix in Gone Madigan and her wet eared look alike Emma Stone brings it in both Zombieland (3:5 hubs points) and Easy A (which totally held up right up until the las 10-15 min.) and is currently filming Spiderman with not Logan Lerman.
Reviews are pouring in for this weekend’s directorial debut of NM’s Own Neil Patrick Harris. NPH took his very own production of RENT to the Hollywood Bowl with a mixed bag of talents and we’re hearing he churned out a performance worthy of the original.
From his ABQ roots performing at Musical Theatre Southwest straight through to his Emmy nominated run on the CBS hit series How I Met Your Mother Harris holds steady as on of NM’s brightest stars.
Besides his directorial duties, dogooding and his t.v. gig NPH will be back on the big-screen in 2011 (in 3D no less) when he reprises his stint in the Harold & Kumar movie series in A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas!
Also in 2011 he lends his zexy voice to the 3D animated film Smurfs and next month he will haunt the lives of evil doers as the voice of The Amazing Spiderman in the video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.