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Watch Fred Armisen Master 10 Different New York Accents

New York City’s residents speak as many as 800 languages, but they also speak English in almost as many accents. Or if not quite as many, every neighborhood, at least, boasts its own nuanced version of the New York accent. 146 more words

Portlandia Gets Dramatic in the Trailer for Season 5

The trailer for Season 5 of Portlandia is a little bit Law and Order, a little bit Michael Bay. With a dramatic soundtrack building suspense in the background, Fred, Carrie and their cadre of famous guest stars scream, fire machine guns, set gasoline aflame, and hang from ledges by their fingertips. 135 more words

Watch The 'EPIC' New Trailer For The Fifth Season Of 'Portlandia'

IFC has announced that the premiere of the fifth season of Portlandia is set for Thursday, January 8, and along with that news came this “EPIC trailer.” Just how EPIC is it? 145 more words


The Portlandia Cookbook

Let me start by saying that I’m a fan of Portlandia, and I really enjoy Fred’s work on SNL and there are not enough words to say about Carrie’s work in… 242 more words

Judy Greer, Fred Armisen and Selma Blair Join Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong on 'Geezer'


The cast of the upcoming music drama Geezer has just grown by three according to Variety. It looks like director Lee Kirk has added Judy Greer, Fred Armisen and Selma Blair to the already stacked cast which is led by Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong. 182 more words


Fred Armisen, Judy Greer to star alongside Billie Joe Armstrong in 'Geezer'

Fred Armisen, Judy Greer, and Selma Blair have been cast alongside Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong in Geezer.

Lee Kirk is directing the music comedy, which also stars Dallas Roberts, Chris Messina, and Brian Baumgartner. 108 more words


Judy Greer, Fred Armisen Join Billie Joe Armstrong in 'Geezer' (EXCLUSIVE)

Judy Greer, Fred Armisen and Selma Blair have joined Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong in music drama “Geezer.”

The cast additions come as director Lee Kirk begins lensing in New York City. 163 more words