Sunday, July 31, 2011

Did Andy Samberg get Patricia Clarkson onto Parks and Rec?

So Andy has already been a guest on Parks and Rec (he already knew Amy Poehler from SNL, Aziz Ansari from Human Giant, and Aubrey Plaza because she interned at SNL).

The theory here is that because Patricia Clarkson was in the Mother Lover and Three Way skits that Andy did with Justin Timberlake... that Patricia is getting some comedy props and opportunities. Regardless, she was great in Easy A as well. Read on...

Having demonstrated a wicked touch with TV comedy on her "Saturday Night Live" video shorts costarring Andy Samberg, Justin Timberlake and Susan Sarandon, New Orleans native Patricia Clarkson will join the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation" in a two-episode guest role starting with the Sept. 22 season premiere.

First reported by Michael Ausiello of, Clarkson's casting places her as a mysterious ex-wife of character Ron Swanson (played by Nick Offerman).

Elsewhere on TV this fall, Clarkson will costar in the Lifetime movie "Five." She also has a role in the August film release, "One Day."


Didn't Nick Offerman's character already have an ex wife (which was Nick's real wife)?

I actually didn't think Andy's Parks and Rec character was as funny as he can do, but it was still good. My favorite Andy guest appearance was on the Sarah Silverman Program.


Saturday, July 30, 2011

Andy Samberg - swims with the sharks (interview)

Andy Samberg gladly thrown to the sharks

It's been a busy year for funny guy Andy Samberg.

In May, the Berkeley, Calif., native and viral video sensation completed his sixth season on "Saturday Night Live." Then, he and his Lonely Island jokers, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone, released a comedy rap album, "Turtleneck and Chain." And this summer at the cineplex, he can be seen in "Friends With Benefits," opposite Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis, and in "What's Your Number?" (Sept. 30) with Anna Faris.

Now comes a really fin-tastic gig: Beginning Sunday, Samberg will host Discovery Channel's popular Shark Week celebration. More specifically, he'll serve as what the network calls its Chief Shark Officer (CSO).

Is he stoked? Absolutely.

"Everyone loves Shark Week," he says. "It's the Bill Cosby of weeklong television blocks dedicated to sea animals."

As CSO, Samberg will have his own special ("Shark City," 9 p.m. Thursday) and appear in a series of promo spots shot in the Bahamas, where he actually swam among the toothy creatures. Recently, he spoke to us from Massachusetts, where he was shooting yet another film - "I Hate You Dad" - alongside Adam Sandler.

Question: So, do any special perks come with the role of CSO?

Answer: I did get to fly for free to the Bahamas, but once I got there, I swam with some sharks, which kind of cancels the other out. Really, though, it's just a thrilling adventure being the face of Shark Week, aka the American dream.

Q: Were you worried about becoming human chum?

A: They were reef sharks, which tend to be relatively mellow. So the risk was pretty low. Still, there was part of me that wondered if our (film) crew had ever heard of Photoshop. Like, aren't we living in an era where we don't really have to do this? Can't we just fake it?

Q: So how did you get through it?

A: Really, I was just so focused on the camera and doing my thing that I didn't have time to worry. I was a lot less scared than maybe I should have been. I heard that, a few weeks later, there was an attack out there.

Q: Ever come across any sharks while growing up in Berkeley?

A: Not in the water, if you know what I mean. But I went to Berkeley High School and there was some pretty sharky behavior going on there.

Q: Do you think your role as Shark Week CSO will lead to future career opportunities?

A: I don't know about that, but I expect to get free tickets and food for life at every San Jose Sharks game. Please get on that right away and make the arrangements.

Read more here:


I like how Andy orders his interviewer to go get him Sharks tickets!


Friday, July 29, 2011

The Chemistry between Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg

Tony Orlando talks about the chemistry between Andy Samberg and Adam Sandler:

While promoting his partnership with The Franklin Mint, Tony Orlando chats with Access Hollywood about why it's a "challenge" to work with Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg in their new movie, "I Hate You, Dad."


Tony looks like he's out of the 80s. Tony plays Andy's rich boss in the movie.


Thursday, July 28, 2011

Friends with Benefits - movie reviews

5 Reasons To See ‘Friends With Benefits’– It Might Not Actually Be The Best Idea, But The Movie Sure Is!

When since I first heard about this on-screen duo, I knew I would be seeing it if just to see the sexiest movie couple ever get together, but luckily it ended up being more than that. Check out my 5 reasons why this movie needs to be on the top of your weekend to do list!

1. I know a lot of you are probably thinking — “Wasn’t this made a few months ago with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher?” Well, that was No Strings Attached, and the flicks couldn’t be more different! Natalie and Ashton’s love story is cliched. She’s doctor who works 80 hours a week, which is why she decides to use Ashton as her sex buddy. And she also has family issues because her father died, so she never let herself get close to anyone else — Yuck! Mila and Justin’s relationship is totally normal! They both have problems that have made them either emotionally unavailable or emotionally damaged, but so do we all. But neither of them have taken their problems to the extreme and using it as their explanation for not being able to commit. Mila is a typical girl who wants to be swept of her feet, just like in the movies, and Justin is a typical guy who takes things in their literal sense ALL throughout the entire movie and even manages to think he can get mad at Mila back just because she gets mad at him — such a guy move!

2. The supporting characters are just as great! Patricia Clarkson who plays Mila’s mom and Woody Harrelson who play’s Justin’s gay co-worker, are not only hilarious, but they actually tie in nicely to the storyline, giving insight to both Mila and Justin in their time of need. Sometimes even Mila and Justin need a third party perspective, who would have thought?

3. All the amazing cameos! Andy Samberg and Emma Stone get to play the exes who dump Mila and Justin at the beginning of the film. And two of my favorite characters in the film, Jason Segal and Rashida Jones play the lovey-dovey couple in the movie with in a movie that make Mila and Justin want to barf, and though I totally get why — it’s HILARIOUS!

4. Mila and Justin have great chemistry! Like they ever wouldnt?!

5. And I am not sure if I previously mentioned this before, but Justin and Mila together + naked + Justin sings = need I say more!



Reason #5 sounds too similar to #4, but this is great insight about the supporting characters! Here's another review:

I admittedly went into Friends With Benefits with low expectations. Saddled with a premise that was literally just capitalized on by the hit Natalie Portman/Ashton Kutcher vehicle No Strings Attached a mere six months ago, and starring two admittedly appealing lead performers in Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis who hadn't yet anchored a feature on their own, Friends With Benefits nevertheless managed to surpass my preconceptions to emerge as one of the most cracklingly good romantic comedies in recent memory.

Helmed by Will Gluck, the director of last year's charmingly lightweight teen comedy Easy A, the film stars Timberlake as Dylan, an up-and-coming L.A. art director who finds himself in New York after scoring a big-time job interview with GQ magazine – an opportunity negotiated, as it just so happens, by plucky executive headhunter Jamie, a wide-eyed Big Apple beauty played by Kunis in a star-making turn.

As we learn in a brief prologue just prior to their first meeting, both young professionals have also been recently dumped, he by a voraciously demanding John Mayer super-fan (Emma Stone) and she by a nitpicky, insensitive cad with obvious commitment issues (Andy Samberg).

Of course, as if two virile young adults this impossibly attractive could ever keep their hands off each other, soon enough Jamie and Dylan – who does land that GQ gig, in case you were wondering – transition from fun-loving, flirtatious buds to enthusiastic sexual partners, in a "friends with benefits" arrangement that has them making a pact to refrain from emotional involvement while satiating one another's libidos.

In the hands of two less simpatico performers, this setup could have easily resulted in one big cinematic eye-roll, particularly because on the surface there's just not much that's especially relatable about these two characters. Both are very successful professionals (Dylan's New York apartment is a fantasy version of big-city living – sprawling and modern, with enormous windows overlooking Manhattan), both are unreasonably gorgeous (Jamie looks as if she could easily moonlight as an in-demand print model), and hell, both could bed pretty much whomever they wanted if they put their minds to it.

And yet the chemistry between Timberlake and Kunis is sensational. Beginning somewhere around the 15-minute mark, the two gifted actors manage to establish a gusty, appealing tit-for-tat rhythm that ultimately streamrolled over my initial skepticism.

For his part, director Gluck easily sustains the magnetic rapport between his two leads, managing to zero in on the chemistry between them very early on and establishes his own connection with it like some grateful matchmaker, grinning with satisfaction and relief just off-camera. He also seems to have trusted in his stars enough to allow for an agreeable looseness in their on-screen interactions, as we get the sense at times – as in a terrific scene that has Timberlake doing his best interpretation of the early '90s Kriss Kross hit "Jump" to Kunis' obvious delight – that he simply sat back and let them play.

This somewhat hands-off directorial sensibility also seems to have extended to the film's raunchy-for-the-genre sex scenes (we see Timberlake's bare ass no less than three separate times, and it's no body double), which come across refreshingly real and unmannered even when we know they couldn't have been easy bits for the actors to shoot.

Indeed, there's a genuine intimacy to the sex depicted here that is both fun and also delicately layered with emotion, so that when the inevitable romantic complications ensue we actually believe these two people have fallen in love. While to an extent this is undoubtedly a result of the extensive input Gluck reportedly allowed Kunis and Timberlake during the rewriting process, it's also an unavoidable byproduct of the two stars' authentic on-screen alchemy.

The believability factor in the central relationship also seems to have filtered down to the able supporting cast. Patricia Clarkson is reliably good as Jamie's hippy-dippy and neglectful mother (bringing a welcome groundedness to a rather self-consciously quirky character), and yet like everyone else here, the performance is elevated by the electricity generated by her two young co-stars. As Timberlake's beloved father, who appears in an extended L.A. interlude that brought to mind one of James L. Brooks' character-driven comedies, Richard Jenkins succeeds in bringing depth to a role that mostly exists to underscore the dramatic arc of Timberlake's character (indeed, the weepy nature of his subplot ultimately feels rather shoehorned in).

Jenna Elfman, too, makes best use of a rather thankless "sounding-board" role as Dylan's older sister, and Woody Harrelson, chewing the scenery as his macho gay coworker, has that same old go-for-broke twinkle in his eye despite his screen time being fairly limited.

Of course, Friends With Benefits isn't a perfect film. In addition to the above-mentioned shortfalls in characterization, the film's sense of self-awareness with regard to romantic comedy conventions feels somewhat labored and disingenuous at times, particularly in a movie-within-a-movie (featuring Jason Segel and Rashida Jones in brief cameos) that feels like the sort of dated and blunt-edged "satire" that could only be produced by a Hollywood studio. Add to that a "look, we're topical!" flash mob device and there's no doubt the film can sometimes be too cloying and self-conscious for its own good.

But when Friends With Benefits works, which is most of the time, it works exceedingly well, in no small part thanks to the palpable on-screen heat generated by its two leads. In a tired genre that has given us so much disposable fluff over the last two decades, that counts as nothing less than a minor triumph.



Are you going to see the film? Did you see it? How would you review the film (concentrate on Andy's role and performance)? We'll post your responses!


Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Two more takes on the Hotel Transylvania casting

By Nathan Adams

Normally, when I hear that either Adam Sandler or Kevin James has a new movie coming out, I wince in anticipation of it. Kind of like when you know you’re about to get hit by a baseball. I didn’t quite have this reaction to the news that they’ve signed on to Sony Pictures Animation’s Hotel Transylvania, however, and there are a couple reasons for that.

The first reason is that the new film is set to be directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, who has done some great TV work with Samurai Jack, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Dexter’s Laboratory. Everything I’ve seen from Tartakovsky has been slick, stylish, and interesting. I’m excited at the prospect of what he might come up with when jumping from small screen to big, and Sandler and James’ recent track records aren’t enough to deter me from seeing this one.

The second reason is that there are some talented actors who have also joined the cast, actors who we don’t have to hold responsible for Grown Ups existing. Joining Sandler and James, who are playing Dracula and Frankenstein’s monster respectively, is Hot Rod’s Andy Samberg. He will be playing Jonathan, a 21-year-old kid who wanders into the Dracula owned Hotel Transylvania and ends up falling in love with Drac’s daughter. Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon will play a married couple of werewolves. David Spade (oh, wait, another Grown Ups alumni…) will play Quasimodo, who has gone from being a lurking hunchback to a gourmet chef. Fran Drescher will play the Bride of Frankenstein…wait, Fran Drescher, she’s more annoying than Sandler and James combined… okay, so maybe this is movie is going to be a mixed bag, but I’m still going to see it. Genndy Tartakovsky!



‘Grown Ups’ Reunion: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, David Spade & More Voice ‘Hotel Transylvania’

You gotta hand it to Adam Sandler. No matter what you might think of his puerile excuses for movies, he’s made a career out of getting paid to hang out with his friends and deliver loosely patched together series of images that he calls “movies.” And he’s getting another chance to roll with his homies, and this time, he won’t even have to put up the pretense of shaving or wearing pants.

”Grown Ups” trio Adam Sandler, Kevin James and David Spade are among an extensive voice cast that includes Cee Lo Green, Steve Buscemi (who has appeared in a few Sandler productions), Molly Shannon (”Saturday Night Live” alum), Fran Drescher and Andy Samberg (who will co-star with Sandler in “I Hate You, Dad”) who are lending their voices to the 3D animated toon, “Hotel Transylvania.”

There’s no info who wrote this thing, but the story is set in the titular accomodations, “Dracula’s lavish, five-stake resort where monsters and their families can live it up, free from meddling humans.” James wil star as Frank, aka Frankenstein with Drescher as his larger-than-life Bride. Spade will play Quasimodo, the hunchback of Notre Dame who is now a gourmet chef, while Green will play Murray, a singing Mummy. Buscemi and Shannon play Wayne and Wanda, a pair of married werewolves on a family vacation at the hotel, with Samberg playing Jonathan, a 21-year-old regular guy whose world travels land him at the hotel, where he takes a shine to Dracula’s teenage daughter, Mavis.

All in all it sounds pretty dumb, and we’re sure Sandler will put in the full 62% of effort he usually does. Genndy Tartakovsky (”Samurai Jack,” “Star Wars: Clone Wars”) is directing and the 3D film is already pegged with a September 21, 2012 release date.



So we've got a Sept 21, 2012 release date. Good to know. These had some funny comments on Sandler and James and give more info on the characters from the film.

If Andy was to play a monster, who should he play?

If we get 5 answers, we'll turn it into a blog post!


Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Andy Samberg Blog Review: Friends with Benefits

Here's an exclusive review from one of our favorite community members, SamJae...

Well let me first start off by saying that there has been a ton of opinions on whether No Strings Attached is better than Friends w/ Benefits, and I just wanna clear up the smoke: Friends with Benefits was SOOOO much funnier!

But moving on to Andy: his part was small, about the first 2 minutes of the film. However, he was hilarious (duh) and his role was important to the story, although they could have put him in it a little more if you asked me :)


Thanks to SamJae with that short but informative review.

As SamJae mentioned, Andy's role is short in Friends with Benefits, but I've heard that this is a great comedy, and you should expect hilarious supporting roles from Andy Samberg, Emma Stone, and Jason Segal. Leave your comments on the film here!


Monday, July 25, 2011

Andy Samberg's Shark Week online video contest

The Discovery Channel is casting a wide net on social media for Shark Week with a user-generated advertising contest, a co-viewing app for the iPhone and iPad and plugs by Andy Samberg.

The build-up for the event, which runs the week of July 31, begins Tuesday with on-air promos from Samberg. The cable channel also ran a contest from June 13 to July 1 seeking 30-second video commercials from fans. Sixteen of the top videos will vie against each other in a bracketed competition on Shark Week's website. The top two ads will run on the channel during Shark Week.

That effort builds on last year's contest on YouTube that asked fans to make videos promoting Shark Week.

A Discovery rep says that the channel is stepping things up this year because “Shark Week” was frequently a trending topic on Twitter when it aired. Overall, there were 91,000 tweets related to Shark Week.

To foster more such communication, Discovery has partnered with GetGlue for a sticker campaign that began Tuesday (and featured Lady Gaga’s Teeth). There’s also a @SharkWeek trivia contest on Twitter and a Shark Week Live app for the iPhone and iPad that will aggregate all the social media conversation on Twitter and Facebook around Shark Week and include extra content like behind-the-scenes photos.

The channel has also drafted social media favorite Andy Samberg as “chief shark officer” to star in promos, interstitials and a program called Shark City.

Shark Week, now in its 24th year, continues to be a success for Discovery. Last year’s Shark Week brought in 30.8 million viewers -- a new record. The channel has also added seven new hours of content this year and will run a total of 18 hours of shark-related programming during primetime.



What do you think of the Shark Week video contest? If you could do any kind of video about sharks to pay homage to Andy Samberg and TLI, what would it be?

We'll blog the answers (and give ya credit)!


Sunday, July 24, 2011

Justin Timberlake talks to Jimmy Fallon about Andy Samberg (and his SNL skits)

How's that for a title? =^)

Justin does his best Jimmy Fallon impression and talks about some of his work on 'Saturday Night Live' and his new movie, 'Friends With Benefits.'

"And that got nominated..." - Hahahaha.

Jimmy asks Justin about these characters... Jonathon and Raif.

Justin says, "We could possibly do the prequel."

Do you want Andy and Justin to do a prequel to the Junk in a Box shorts?

They also mention that Andy Samberg is in Friends with Benefits, the movie that Justin is promoting.

Thanks to Anony for the scoop!


Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Top 5 SNL Stars to Make it Big - in the Box Office

Here's a list of 5 from NewSoxy. We actually think this is a limited list, so we made our own Top 15 here:

Our list also includes EVERY SNL player/alumni to have at least one hit film.


Top SNL Stars Who Made It Big – They are now big stars and all of them got their start doing top comedy skits on SNL. These celebrities have enjoyed success with lucrative film careers. However, it wasn’t easy for some of them.

1. Will Ferrell – No one does idiocy (or nudity) like Ferrell, who’s scored with ‘Old School,’ ‘Talladega Nights’ and ‘Anchorman.’ If we wiggle our noses, will ‘Bewitched’ disappear? He’s even shone in drama (‘Stranger Than Fiction’).

2. Bill Murray – He starred in some of the best comedies ever (‘Stripes,’ ‘Caddyshack,’ ‘Tootsie’) and snagged an Oscar nod for ‘Lost in Translation.’ Murray voiced lasagna-loving feline Garfield in two Odie-ous movies. Unlike lasagna, this movie legend only gets better with age.

3. Eddie Murphy – He got an Oscar nod for his strong turn in ‘Dreamgirls,’ then there’s the comedy classics (‘Coming to America,’ ‘Trading Places’). Nobody in their right mind wanted to ‘Meet Dave.’ Once a certified A-lister (’48 Hours,’ anyone?), Murphy’s had so many comebacks, we stopped counting. He’s never been down for the count, though.

4. Adam Sandler – He scored a Golden Globe nod for the drama ‘Punch Drunk Love,’ but it’s his comedies (‘Billy Madison,’ ‘Happy Gilmore’) that are truly golden. ‘Little Nicky,’ in which Sandler plays the devil’s son, is pure hell. However, nobody is better at playing childlike adults.

5. Billy Crystal – Though the ‘City Slickers’ star has never won an Oscar, he’s hosted the Oscars eight times, which is way cooler. ‘My Giant’ made a pint-sized $8 million at the box office. Unlike many ‘SNL’ alums, he doesn’t need potty jokes to be funny.



Again, here's our much more exhaustive version:

This is a good reflection. Andy certainly achieved their status on SNL, but so have Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Dana Carvey, Jon Lovitz, and Jimmy Fallon. Not every SNL star can be a movie star.

I think the biggest names missing on the list on this page are Mike Meyers, Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Dan Aykroyd, and Chris Rock. You can find more info about them on our Topo 15 SNL Movie Stars.

What do you think? Will Andy Samberg become successful in films?


Monday, July 18, 2011

Patricia Clarkson, Andy Samberg, and Justin Timberlake reunite

It's no coincidence that Patricia Clarkson and Andy Samberg will both support in the Justin Timberlake movie, Friends with Benefits.

The three of them appeared in the SNL shorts Motherlover and Three Way (Clarkson had a cameo scene where she smacked Andy's numchucks).

“Friends With Benefits” also stars Woody Harrelson, Andy Samberg, Patricia Clarkson, Richard Jenkins, Jenna Elfman, Bryan Greenberg, Nolan Gould, Shaun White, Andrew Fleming, Catherine Reitman, Courtney Henggeler, Masi Oka and Tiya Sircar from director Will Gluck and writers Keith Merryman and David A. Newman. The film opens on July 22, 2011.

Read more:


Ironically, Susan Sarandon will also reunite with Andy Samberg in I Hate You Dad. But Friends with Benefits uniquely reunites three of the lovers.


Sunday, July 17, 2011

Vote for Andy Samberg in the Teen Choice Awards!

Teen Choice Awards!

If you're 13-19, you can vote every day here:

Andy is nominated for "Choice Comedian" in the "Other" category (not movies or TV). It's the last listed category. He's up against Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Fallon, George Lopez, and Daniel Tosh.

Here's the PDF that lists out the nominees:

Thanks to Anony and SamJae for the scoop!

Andy Samberg was previously nominated last year (2010) for favorite Web celeb (but lost to Fred). This time he's nominated for Comedian (seems like a step up).

Did you vote for Andy? Let us know if you did and how many days you did (remember you have to be 13-19 and live in the U.S.)!


Saturday, July 16, 2011

Andy Samberg is nominated for 3 more Emmys!

This gives Andy a total of 6 Emmy nominations! (He was nominated and won for Junk in a Box, and then he was also nominated for Mother Lover and Shy Ronnie.)

3 new nominations...

Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics:

- I Just Had Sex

- Jack Sparrow

- Three Way (Golden Rule)

Find these nominations here:


Unfortunately, all three nominations are in one category! Also nominated from SNL in that category are the Justin Timberlake Monologue Song, a Robert Klein HBO special song (An American Prayer), and a Family Guy song. So Andy's got a 3 out of 6 chance of winning. Could this be a second Emmy win for Andy Samberg (and TLI)?

Onto other Emmy nominations...

Timberlake has won before for hosting SNL, as did Betty White. This time both Zach Galifianakis and Timberlake are nominated for hosting. Honestly I think Jim Carey was robbed for not being nominated. I loved him hosting SNL.

Get the full list of 2011 nominations here (click the categories on the left and the drop-down list with more options on the upper left):

Other SNL/alumni nomination news...

- Lead Actress: Tina Fey was nominated for 30 Rock; and Amy Poehler for Parks and Rec

- Supporting Actress: Kristen Wiig for SNL

- Variety Program: SNL; and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

- Guest Actor in a Comedy: Zach Galifianakis for hosting SNL; Justin Timbelake for hosting SNL

- Guest Actress in a Comedy: Tina Fey for hosting SNL

- Writing for a Variety Program: SNL


Thanks to Anony for the scoop (and for sending us on a wild goose chase)!

So, what do you think? Will Andy and TLI take home a second Emmy Award? If so, which song will take it? I don't think Golden Rule will (since Mother Lover didn't take it). I think Jack Sparrow and I Just Had Sex both have a chance. What do you think?


Thursday, July 14, 2011

Turtleneck & Chain - Review or just an explanation of the songs?

I can't figure out if this is a review or just a nice explanation of all the songs...

The Lonely Island is one of the most ridiculous, random, hilarious hip hop groups to hit the scene since, well, ever! The self deprecating, outrageous group's goal is to just to make us laugh at their insanely funny, yet so inappropriate music. Who is The Lonely Island you ask? Have you ever viewed Saturday Night Live and stopped to watch a Digital Short starring Andy Samberg and "those other guys" (aka Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone)? Well, that's them! They are the creators of "Dick in a Box" and "I'm on a Boat." The guys have landed some of the most sought after acts in music today like Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and Nicki Minaj, and are back with their second album, Turtleneck & Chain.
The Lonely Island is back so of course the first song off the album is "We're Back," which you would think is about the group coming out with new music. Nope, it's about their genitals! "Mama" just makes me laugh. The guys make an ode to their moms, and the song starts off innocent enough until their mom interrupts the song and the guys get upset! And they go crazy on her, cursing at her and calling her names.
And then there are the collaborations, "I Just Had Sex," featuring Akon, has a really catchy beat, but as you hear the hook you start to feel like this song is off. They are boasting about just having had sex, but even the guys are surprised that the ladies let them have sex with them. "I cried the whole time" and "she put a bag on my head, " are just some of the lyrics. "Jack Sparrow" features Michael Bolton and the song has nothing to do with anything. The Lonely Island throws down their best rap about going to a club and Bolton sings a hook about The Pirates of the Caribbean. Random! "Turtleneck & Chain" featuring Snoop Dog has them singing about just that, an obvious attempt to mock other hip hop songs. Usually someone would sing about how fat their chains are or what hard liquor they are drinking, but not The Lonely Island--they are boasting about their thin chains and light beer! "Metal so thin is dissolves when it rains."
"Shy Ronnie" features Rihanna. This song is hilarious as Samberg sings really low because he is shy. Rihanna has to struggle to get him to sing louder. The minute that Rihanna leaves "Shy Ronnie" comes to life and actually starts rapping. When Rihanna returns again Ronnie goes back to whispering. "Motherlover" featuring Justin Timberlake continues with their outrageous mocking. Justin and Andy decide to switch mothers since they forgot Mother's Day and they will have sex with each other's mothers. Justin adds his classic R&B swagger to the song.
"I Threw It On The Ground" is so silly. When someone hands Samberg an energy drink, a hot dog, cell phone, and cake, he throws it on the ground for no real reason--just because. "No Homo" is about complimenting your friend without coming off like you like him. Nothing is off limits. "Reba" ends the album with a fake Reba McEntire (Kenan Thompson). Samberg and the "fake Reba" have a love connection, butSamberg doesn't realize that "Reba" is actually a man with a wig.

The Lonely Island reminds me of music from Weird Al Yankovic, but with all new, crude, original music! A lot of the songs above have videos that have been featured on SNL on the Digital Shorts. Check them out, so funny!

Read more:

So what do you think? Review or just explaining the songs?


Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Andy Samberg's Movie Career (2007 - 2011)

Andy Samberg's first film was a starring role as Rod Kimble in Hot Rod (2007). Thanks go to Lazy Sunday, Will Ferrell (for taking the project to Lorne), and for Lorne Michaels for putting up Andy as an option.

Next, in 2008, Andy appeared (in voice) in Space Chimps (a 3D animated film) as the main character (Ham), and he appeared as a cameo in Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist.

So it seemed that Andy moved backwards, going from two lead roles (Hot Rod and Space Chimps) into cameo and supporting roles (but this is understandable since his two films didn't hit)...

Andy played a larger supporting role in 2009's I Love You Man. Also in 2009 was Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Andy played one of the villains (who actually turned good, Baby Brent).

Andy had difficulty finding any film work in 2010, so he focused on TV cameos, which he has been doing for awhile (Human Giant in 2008, American Dad in 2009, Freaknik the Musical in 2010, Sarah Silverman Program in 2010, Parks and Recreation in 2010, Adventure Time in 2011, and Shark Week in 2011).

But thanks to his latest album (they realize that Andy will consistently put hits out on YouTube each year), it looks like Andy's got some fresh momentum with films starting in 2011, and it looks like it's taking him back toward starring roles.

Friends with Benefits will be released on July 22nd. Andy's role is likely just a cameo. His friend, Justin Timberlake, stars opposite Mila Kunis. Other cast members include Jenna Elfman, Nolan Gould (a kid from Modern Family; he's in two Samberg films), Emma Stone, and Woody Harrelson. Andy already filmed this, obviously.

Next up is What's Your Number on September 30th, 2011, starring Andy's friend, Anna Farris. The rom-com also stars Chris Evans (Captain America and Human Torch from Fantastic Four). It looks like another cameo for Andy, but it's great to see him in two films this year! Other cast members include Zachary Quinto (the new Spock and the Heroes villain), Chris Pratt as Disgusting Donald (he's from Parks and Recreation), and Aziz Ansari's voice (Human Giant and also from Parks and Rec). Andy also already filmed his shots for this.

Now Andy is filming I Hate You Dad, Hotel Transylvania, and The To Do List.

I Hate You Dad is currently slated to be released on June 15th, 2012. Adam Sandler is a disagreeable father who moves in with his son (Andy Samberg) and his son's fiancee (Leighton Meester). Also stars Susan Sarandon, James Caan, Will Forte, Ian Zierring, Vanilla Ice, Colin Quinn, and Alan Thicke. This is an unusual cast for an Adam Sandler film, who usually casts his friends in side roles (Rob Schneider, Kevin Nealon, David Spade, Kevin James, Steve Buscemi, Nick Swardson, Allen Covert, Peter Dante, Robert Smigel, Jackie Sandler (his wife), or even folks who aren't regular but have still been in a few, like Dan Aykroyd, Chris Rock, Norm MacDonald, Rachel Dratch, Dave Matthews, Tim Meadows, John Turturro, and Jon Lovitz).

(In I Hate You Dad, only Colin Quinn is a duplicate, who was also in Grown Ups. Even though Rob Schneider was in Grown Ups in 2010, he's not in this one, wasn't in House Bunny in 08, Funny People and Paul Blart in 09, Just Go With It and Zookeeper in 2011, and he isn't slated for Bucky Larson in 2011, Jack & Jill and I Hate You Dad in 2012. Plus the last Rob Schneider film that Sandler produced was Benchwarmers in 06; Sandler didn't produce Big Stan in 07, Chosen One in 2010, his upcoming 2011 Mexican American TV film.) I Hate You Dad is a costarring role for Andy Samberg, alongside Adam Sandler; Andy's third starring role, and his second live-action starring role (since 2007's Hot Rod).

Sometime in 2012, Celeste and Jesse Forever comes from Rashida Jones from Office and Parks & Rec, who is Andy's friend (SNL, I Love You Man, MTV Movie Awards, and they cohosted a party). A divorcing couple tries to maintain their friendship while they both pursue other people. Also stars Elijah Wood (Lord of the Rings) and Emma Roberts. I'm not optimistic that this will be a hit, but it IS a starring role for Andy!

On September 21st, 2012, we have the 3D animated story of Dracula (Adam Sandler), who operates a high-end resort away from the human world, and goes into overprotective mode when a boy (Andy Samberg) discovers the resort and falls for the count's teen-aged daughter. I'm not sure who plays the daughter, but Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon play a werewolf couple, David Spade plays Quasimodo, Cee-Lo plays a Mummy, and Fran Drescher plays Eunice. The film is from Sony Animation, and it's Andy's 3rd animated film, 2nd starring role in an animated film, 5th starring role overall (Hot Rod, Space Chimps, I Hate You Dad, Celeste and Jesse Forever, and Hotel Transylvania), and his 10th film.

To Do List comes last. It's supposed to be released in 2013. A recent high-school grad (Aubrey Plaza) feels pressured to become more sexually experienced before she goes to college, so she makes a list of sexual goals (looks like other women want the raunchy success that Kristen Wiig's Bridesmaids enjoyed). Andy might have a larger supporting role in this one. It also stars Rachel Bilson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse (from Superbad), Bill Hader, Donald Glover (from Community), and Nolan Gould (from Modern Family).

Overall, the supporting roles are good, but it's really the Adam Sandler comedy that will likely be a hit and give Andy a chance to follow it up with another hit.

Andy needs to collaborate with The Lonely Island either on a new show (probably a sketch show called The Lonely Island that is just their digital shorts) or have the dudes put together a movie from scratch (not like Hot Shots, where they were stuck with someone else's script to stick to). Of course, after Hot Rod and McGruber, I'm not sure the dudes can put together a successful movie on their own. One way to find out, though.


Tuesday, July 12, 2011

More on Andy Samberg's To Do List (film news)

The Aubrey Plaza film gets a new name and more cast members...

Nolan Gould (from Modern Family) has signed on to star in The To Do List.

Family actor joins Saturday Night Live's Andy Samberg and Bill Hader, as well as Parks and Recreation actress Aubrey Plaza, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The To Do List tells the story of an overachieving young girl (Plaza) who decides that she wants to check off every possible sex act before heading off to college.

Gould will play the leader of a group known as the Pool Rats, a gang that spends its summer by the pool getting into mischief.

The To Do List began shooting earlier this week at the Pinecrest School in Woodland Hills, CA. It is slated for a 2013 release.

In December 2010, Gould revealed that he is a fan of physical comedy, stating that during filming he gets to do things he has always wanted to try.


Monday, July 11, 2011

Lady Gaga's Teeth and a Frightened Andy Samberg

The Discovery Channel has released their first promo for this year’s Shark Week featuring Lady Gaga’s “Teeth” and a frightened Andy Samberg.

The 32-year-old “SNL” comedian is the network’s first-ever Chief Shark Officer and will kick off the fun on July 31st at 9pm. Last year’s event was watched by over 30 million people. “Everyone loves Shark Week. It’s the Bill Cosby of week-long television blocks dedicated to sea animals,” Samberg said earlier in a statement.


Sunday, July 10, 2011

Andy Samberg & Adam Sandler in ANOTHER FILM - Hotel Transylvania

Adam Sandler Joins the cast of 3D animated movie

Adam Sandler is getting in on the vampire movie craze by voicing Dracula in new animated flick Hotel Transylvania.

Samurai Jack director Genndy Tartakovsky is at the helm of the 3D movie, which finds Dracula now the proprietor of ‘five-stake’ monster resort Hotel Transylvania.

Complications arise when an ordinary guest (voiced by Andy Samberg) arrives at the hotel and falls for Drac’s teenage daughter Mavis.

Transylvania essentially sounds like a kiddie version of Tim Burton’s currently-shooting Dark Shadows, which also revolves around a kooky house with hammer horror-style lead characters.

Other actors lending their voices to Tartakovsky’s movie include David Spade as Quasimodo, Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon as married werewolves, Kevin James as Frankenstein and Cee Lo Green as Murray the Mummy.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Adam to create a comedic Dracula for a new generation,” says Michelle Raimo-Kouyate, president of production, Sony Pictures Animation.

“We have a unique story about that iconic character, starring a phenomenal cast directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, that re-imagines Transylvania and its legendary monsters in the way that only animation can.”


Special thanks to sjcsjc1 for the scoop!

With a cast like that, it sounds like Adam Sandler put it together... Kevin James, Andy Samberg, David Spade, Steve Buscemi... these are all folks Adam has cast in his movies multiple times (just once for Andy). And Molly Shannon fits right in with the SNL crowd.

This will be Andy's third animated film... (1) Space Chimps (2008). (2) Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009; also a Sony animation).

Ironically this will be Adam's second animated film, and the first was his strange attempt at making an animated version of his movies: Eight Crazy Nights.


Saturday, July 09, 2011

A Skeptic's View of 'I Hate You Dad'

Once upon a time, I really liked Adam Sandler. Back in the 90's films like The Waterboy and Happy Gilmore had me cracking up. Maybe because I was still in high school, but he was still entertaining. Even moves like Punch Drunk Love proved he could be versatile on screen. But now... not so much. I find it more and more painful to sit through his movies, and he just continues to crank them out.

His latest film announcement is for I Hate You Dad, where the SNL alum teams up with current SNL cast member Andy Samberg. And while Andy is pretty damn entertaining, I'm not optimistic that he could save a Sandler-starring film. And the premise doesn't help much:

"The story centers on a father (Sandler) who moves in on the eve of his son’s (Samberg) wedding and promptly begins feuding with the bride-to-be.”

Yeah, sounds mediocre at best. At least it doesn't have Sandler playing a rich successful guy again. Or does it? I'm sure he'd find a way to make that happen. Also, there's only two years seperating the two stars, so unless Sandler's character got started on having kids REALLY young, they may have to use some creative age makeup on Sandler. Or make Samberg somehow look younger.


The author, Josh, said the "2" is a typo, and he meant "12". They aren't exactly the 20 years apart (take or lose 4 years) that it would take for Adam to be Andy's dad, but the 12 years makes it doable with makeup on both of them.

Do you agree with Josh? Do you like Sandler films? Do you think this will be any better than Sandler's other recent films?

Sandler's biggest recent hits were The Longest Yard and Grown Up, which, yes, both had him playing a successful, rich dude (as well as did Funny People, Mr. Deeds, Billy Madison, and even 50 First Kisses). But let's face it, he is a successful rich dude, so he's pretty much playing himself. =^)


Friday, July 08, 2011

My Mic (Interlude) - The Lonely Island

This reminds me of the "phone voice" SNL skit that Andy did with Bill Hader and Seth Rogen. Makes me curious if one of the Dudes wrote that SNL skit or if this was simply inspired by it.

The choir bit at the end made it worth it to me. I think it's pretty funny.

What did you think of this interlude? Was it funny?

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Thursday, July 07, 2011

Bacon and Legs - Causing a Stir

So apparently the Bacon and Legs bar/restaurant for the new Andy Samberg / Adam Sandler comedy has upset the local folks. Here is more...

PEABODY, Mass. -- Classy Rick's Bacon and Leggs may not be the place you'd bring your kids for Sunday brunch - then again, it's not a real restaurant.

Route 1's Cabaret Lounge has been transformed into the breakfast joint for the new Adam Sandler movie, "I Hate You Dad," which is filming in Peabody, and the racy signage is turning some heads.

“I’d probably keep driving and not think twice about it as a guy. If my wife was with me, we might have a discussion about it and both decide that it was inappropriate,” said John Mitchell.

Movie crews have a permit to film at the adult club and for the sign, but city leaders said some people offended by the set's naked woman - with the suggestively placed eggs and bacon - wanted a petition to remove it. Then there are those in town who would actually like it to become a permanent fixture.

“I think it's pretty cool, to be honest with you. it's something different. there's all kind of trucks, a little excitement up here. You know what I mean?” said Paul Ambrosino.

“I think people need to relax. It’s a movie, it's not like they're jumping out there and grabbing people off of Route 1,” said Rob.

“I’m just excited Adam Sandler is here, doing a movie here, and its right down the street from where we work. It's exciting,” said Dave Andrews.

City hall has field some phone calls from concerned people about the restaurant, but once they find out it's for the movie, everyone seems to be just fine. The mayor said he was out on the set and the crew has been very professional and that the set is coming down Saturday morning.

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Ken Yuszkus/Gloucester Daily Times The Cabaret Lounge on Route 1A is temporarily sportting a new sign and new name. It has been transformed into the club “Classy Rick’s Bacon and Leggs,” for a movie starring Adam Sandler.

"Classy Rick's Bacon & Leggs," aka the Cabaret Lounge on Route 1, has had a bit of a makeover recently as the crew from the big-budget flick "I Hate You, Dad," starring Adam Sandler, is now in its second week filming at the adult club.

As part of the shoot, the crew erected a big, cartoonish sign of a busty, nude woman with a plate of eggs and bacon covering her chest. The lady out front even has a lit-up leg that moves up and down. The sign is expected to come down by next week.

Still, the city has received about a dozen complaints about the new sign from passers-by stunned that it could allow such a gross monstrosity. One woman even planned a petition to get the sign taken down, according to city officials.

"For the most part, once we explain that Columbia Pictures is shooting a movie there they understood and calmed down," said Mary Bellavance, the mayor's administrative assistant.

The movie had to get a permit to film at the club and for the sign.

"I'm not offended by it, more amused," Mayor Michael Bonfanti said. "It's a temporary thing. It will be there a week and a half, and then it goes away."

"But it is generating a lot of interesting comments," Bellavance said.

Bonfanti got a personal tour of the set earlier in the week when he popped in for about 45 minutes to check on the progress.

"They showed us the equipment and the trailers. There's a lot more to a movie than just the acting. There's a lot of logistics and coordination," he said. "It's like going to war. For every combat person, there are 15 people behind them."

According to various Internet reports, "I Hate You, Dad" is directed by Sean Anders and John Morris and stars Sandler, Andy Samberg from "Saturday Night Live," Susan Sarandon, Leighton Meester, Vanilla Ice, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan and others. The movie is about a grumpy father (Sandler) who moves in with his son (Samberg) and his son's fiancee (Meester) just before they're about to get married. The dad and fiancee don't get along, and drama ensues.

The crew was at a Collins Street apartment complex two weeks ago shooting scenes for the movie, which is slated for release next summer. At least 100 people were camped out in front of the building hoping to catch a glimpse of a star. The situation is similar on Route 1, but, because of the heavy traffic, police aren't allowing people to stop or get too close to the production. It still has created some traffic issues at times, however.

"People want to see it. They hear a movie is filming there," Bellevance said.


Wednesday, July 06, 2011

"Trouble on Dookie Island" song - The Lonely Island

WARNING: Explicit language.

We're continuing our tour of the Turtleneck & Chain album.

Um, this song is about robbing a bank while poop is coming out of your clothes?


Do you like it? I didn't.

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Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Is "I Hate You Dad" Rated R?

“SNL” alums Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Will Forte and Colin Quinn have yukked it up on the closed set of “I Hate You, Dad” at the Cabaret Lounge in Peabody this week, where production peeps kept a close eye for interlopers hoping to catch Sandler or Samberg getting a lap dance!

“Security has been tight on this shoot,” said one of our set spies. “It’s an R-rated movie.”

Oh, really? Was “Rick’s Bacon & Leggs” — the lounge’s name in the flick — the first clue?

But we hear even some men need a little time away from the stripper pole. Do call us dubious.

Sandler takes breaks from the faux bachelor party action by shooting hoops next door at Latitude, the sports club where his BFF Kevin James filmed “Here Comes the Boom.” Stuffing $20 bills in G-strings can be soooo monotonous!

After the boys leave the “Bacon & Leggs” behind, the production moves to the Cape, where the cast is expected to film at concession king Joe O’Donnell’s haute house in Harwich and other seaside spots for three weeks


For this pic, it's like they took the best shot of Leighton and worst shot of Sandler and put them together:

Most Sandler flicks are not Rated R, but R Rated comedies have been making a come back, thanks to Hangover, Due Date, Hangover 2, and Bridesmaids.


Monday, July 04, 2011

Andy Samberg interview - Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang is a high-spirited get-together between host Scott Aukerman ("Mr. Show", Producer of "Between Two Ferns") and his funny friends! You can expect conversation, music, improv, games, and most importantly plugs.

Here's an intro video to Scott's show in general:

The Andy Samberg Special

This is a show for lovers of Hollywood, pizza, marijuana, and plane breaks. Our guest this week is Andy Samberg from The Lonely Island and Saturday Night Live who gives us the inside scoop on creating a record and working with talents like Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga. There is an unfortunate appearance by Scott’s weed guy Bro, but we make up for it with a great game of Would You Rather and the first Comedy Bang Bang semi-prank call. And yes, there are plane breaks.

Listen here:

Go here to stream the shorter versions of the Andy interview:

What did you think of this interview?


Sunday, July 03, 2011

I Hate You Dad - set visit at Cabaret Lounge

Life is a Cabaret, old chum!

“I Hate You, Dad,” the father-son comedy starring Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, began filming at the Cabaret Lounge in Peabody yesterday — or as it’s called in the flick, “Classy Rick’s Bacon & Leggs!”

According to our spies on the set, lots of real-life strippers, bearing their own, um, wardrobe and stilettos, showed up for their close-ups at noon. But it seems the gals weren’t skanky enough for the bachelor party scene, so make-up artists spent hours adding tattoos and blemishes to their bods. Hard to imagine, isn’t it?

Film crew members work on the set of ‘I Hate You, Dad’ at the Cabaret Lounge, which was renamed ‘Classy Rick’s Bacon and Leggs':

While Sandler, Samberg, Vanilla Ice, Todd Bridges, Ciara, and, yes, NY Jets coach Rex Ryan were on hand for the "Bacon & Leggs" shoot, the star of the day appeared to be an actress named Luenell, a full-figured gal, who, we hear, has practiced working the pole for a month!

“TODAY IZ DA DAY Tweeps! On my way 2 the set of this epic, game changing comedy,” Luenell tweeted early yesterday. “It’s all about my scenes 4 the next 3 or 4 days. GOD b w/me!”


How do you think she'll be featured in the film?


Saturday, July 02, 2011

Justin Timberlake talks Three Way

Justin Timberlake Recalls His Three-Way With Lady Gaga and Andy Samberg

Justin Timberlake opens up about his three-way with Lady Gaga and Andy Samberg, Jason Segel overshares about an extra and a prop toilet, while Cameron Diaz offers reasons her gay and lesbian fans will enjoy their raunchy new comedy Bad Teacher.

Timberlake gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of the wildly popular Saturday Night Live digital short, "3-way," in which he costarred with Andy Samberg and Lady Gaga. The clip, a sequel to "D*ck in a Box," finds Timberlake and Samberg resurrecting the mother-loving, sartorially challenged singing duo. This time Gaga brings the boys closer together than ever before. Timberlake suggests the two men are more in love with each other than anyone else and recalls Gaga saying that of course it's her who turns the boys gay. Timberlake says he was "blown away" by Gaga, describing her as "humble and cool."



Friday, July 01, 2011

Andy Samberg's shark special, Shark City

One of the biggest annual events on television is just around the corner. Yes, Shark Week is coming to Discovery at the end of July, and EW has our first look at this year's host, Andy Samberg...or, sorry, their Chief Shark Officer. Samberg will not only host Discovery's 24th go at the week of the shark BUT he's also simultaneously filming his own special called Shark City.

When asked about the hosting gig, Samberg simply replied that "everyone loves Shark Week. I love Shark Week. I was just so flattered. The pitch was that I would get to fly to the Bahamas and literally swim with sharks, and I was thinking there's no way I would ever have the balls to do that on my own, so I went for it." I'm a huge Samberg fan, and although I don't PVR shark week or anything, I do tend to gravitate towards Discovery while it's on. Having Samberg host will only encourage my remote.

Here's a look at Samberg swimming with sharks, and you can hop over to EW to watch a funny tease (with Samberg manning a one-person submarine, singing a little fish song) and see a few more shots of the Chief Shark Officer in action.

Shark Week kicks off on Discovery on July 31st, 2011, with Samberg's Shark City airing at the tail end on August 4th.


So we get a little more info on the special that Andy's doing for August 4th. We'll keep you posted!

Do you think Andy will do anything Jaws related during his hosting gig or special?


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