A few folks sent this video my way and I felt compelled to share it. I really love when people pay homage to the game that everyone is still a bit shy to admit they play. A bit of a confession…I’ve been playing DnD off and on since I was in middle school, and still think it’s the best game a person can play with a close group of friends….
Like a train gaining momentum, one of our favorite Greendale CC students is growing up and getting some high profile roles. Variety reported the following… not that we’re paying attention or anything.
Alison Brie is joining Judd Apatow’s “Five-Year Engagement” for Universal and will portray the younger sister to Emily Blunt’s character.
“Five-Year Engagement” charts the ups and downs of the relationship between the couple, portrayed by Blunt and Jason Segel. Apatow and Rodney Rothman are producing with Nicholas Stoller directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with Segal.
Brie told Variety that she’s a major fan of Stoller and Segel’s work in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” which Apatow produced.
“It really is one of my favorite films ever,” she added. “I’ve watched it at least 20 times.”
It’s also the first time that Brie will be working with a British accent. “I’ve worked on accents when I was studying at Cal Arts and in Scotland and enjoy that kind of transformation,” she added.
Brie said she’s been told that production will start around the end of April.
Brie’s been one of the town’s most active actresses, playing Annie Edison in “Community” on NBC and Trudy Campbell in AMC’s “Mad Men.” She’s a lead in the forthcoming “Scream 4,” out April 15.
Brie’s represented by UTA, Vital Management Group and Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal Laviolette & Feldman