Nick Kroll

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Adult Beginners’ Is A Guaranteed Good Time

Film: Adult Beginners Starring: Nick Kroll, Rose Byrne Directed by: Ross Katz Nick Kroll has finally hit his mark. Following years of making a living from stage to television and back again portraying an asshole in one way or another, comedian turned producer and actor, Nick Kroll has developed something undeniably great with Adult Beginners. […]

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UTG INTERVIEW: Nick Kroll Talks ‘Adult Beginners’

In a time when it seems everyone is looking to the next mega-budget Hollywood blockbuster for their entertainment it can be easy to forget that there are countless indie efforts hitting theaters as well that offer equal, if not greater quality entertainment without resorting to the use of CGI and latex. One such film in […]

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Tenacious D’s Festival Supreme Reveals 2014 Lineup, Tickets On Sale Friday

Tenacious D have announced the lineup for the 2014 installment of their one-day-only comedy and music extravaganza, Festival Supreme. Joining the group casually known as ‘The D’ for the Los Angeles based event will be a plethora of headlining talent, including Metalocalypse’s Dethklok, Cheech & Chong, The State, Margaret Cho, Nick Kroll, and UTG favorite […]

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Comedians Dominate Cast Of DreamWorks ‘Captain Underpants’

According to The Wrap, after nearly two years of uncertainty, DreamWorks Animation has officially assembled a cast for their adaptation of Dav Pilkey’s Captain Underpants. The company won a bidding war over the rights to the 8-book, critically acclaimed series back in 2011, but until now has kept production details to a minimum. Kevin Hart […]

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See the Old Spice Guy Play Major Lazer in “Scare Me” Video

Normally fictional characters and cartoons are drawn off of someone who already exists. Electronic DJ Major Lazer‘s  jacked up, gun-weilding, beret-wearing cartoon self, however, is seeing reverse treatment. In a mini-movie for Scare the Universe’s “Scare Me,” Major Lazer becomes human as Terry Crews, the guy from those Old Spice commercials and The Expendables, takes on […]