Josh Gad appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night to promote The Comedians, his new show with Billy Crystal, but the show could not resist celebrating Gad’s most famous role: Olaf in Frozen. Read more…
It’s been a breakout year for both Kevin Hart and Josh Gad. The former has starred in hit after hit with About Last Night, Ride Along, and Think Like a Man Too. And Hart is showing no signs of slowing down with two more films slated for 2014 (School Dance and Top Five) and The Wedding Ringer (trailer above), which hits theaters on Jan. 16, 2015.
Five years ago, Starz debuted Party Down, a deadpan comedy about struggling actors working for a catering company. Starring soon-to-be breakout stars, such as Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), Jane Lynch (Glee), and Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex), the show quickly became a critical darling. Sadly though, it didn’t connect with fans at the time and lasted only 20 episodes. Since then, it’s become a cult classic with new fans (hopefully) discovering the series now that it’s streaming on Hulu Plus.
Tonight, Tea Leoni comes back to primetime TV in CBS’ new political drama, Madam Secretary. While shows set in Washington, D.C. are certainly having a moment, Leoni’s fans should take heed that many political series have gotten canned right out of the box. Will Madam Secretary be a hit or join other D.C. scripted shows that didn’t get our votes?
After the success of Frozen, the brains behind Disney’s blockbuster animated film are inching closer to a potential sequel. But who will join the likes of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell and Josh Gad? VH1’s Ellie Lee spoke to Gad — the man inside Olaf, the lovable animated snowman — on the carpet at the FX Upfronts in New York. And no, they did not sing “Let It Go.”