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Video: Nick Offerman Roasts Time Warner Cable, Comcast At Radio & TV Correspondents’ Dinner

Sometimes, deadpan humor goes a long way with the Washington D.C. crowd (Joel McHale, take note), and Parks and Recreation straight man Nick Offerman served up a number of zingers about Hollywood and the Beltway at Thursday’s 70th annual Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner at the Marriot Marquis. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough addressed the crowd, speaking humorously about his job but turned a serious note when it came to democracy and debate, while Offerman took care of the entertainment.  Some particular highlights from Offerman’s speech below: “According to the Supreme Court, corporations are now considered as people, which is great because it’s always been my dream to punch Time Warner in the face.”  Also: “Between Republicans and Democrats, this city has become a noxious stink hole, where very little gets down because of backstabbing, deceit and greed. Just want to thank all of you for allowing a Hollywood actor like myself feel welcome. But Republicans have come around on sex education: I understand they’ve allowed to teach fracking in schools.” Enjoy:

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Sundance: Bryan Singer Among Fest Jurists; Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally To Host Awards Gala

By | Thursday January 9, 2014 @ 1:30pm PST

bryan singerOver 20 years after his debut feature Public Access was the co-winner of the Dramatic Grand Jury Prize, Bryan Singer is returning to the Sundance Film Festival. The X-Men: Days Of Future Past director was named today as one of this year’s jurists at the Utah-based festival. Singer will serve on the U.S. Dramatic Jury along with critic Leonard Maltin, producer Peter Saraf, writer-director Lone Scherfig and Slate.com critic Dana Stevens. Jurists in the U.S and World Cinema Sundance2014_badgeDocumentary sections as well World Cinema Dramatic, Short Film, and Science In Film categories were announced too (see the full list below). Additionally, the fest revealed today that Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally will front the Feature Film Awards ceremony on January 25 in Park City. This isn’t the only appearance by Offerman and Mullally at Sundance this year. The Parks & Recreation star tops Nick Offerman: American Ham which premieres January 23 in Salt Lake City, and Mullally is one of the voices in the animated pic Ernest & Celestine, which is being screened January 18. The fest’s 30th anniversary edition runs January 16-26. Here’s the full release:

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Sundance Reveals Short Film Lineup

sundance-2014__131210193644__131217201040__131219181337__140108195842Park City, UT — Sundance Institute announced today the members of the six juries awarding prizes at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, January 16-26 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. Short Film Awards will be announced at a ceremony on January 21 at Park City’s Jupiter Bowl. Feature film awards will be announced at a separate ceremony on January 25 in Park City, hosted by husband-and-wife duo Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally and livestreamed at www.sundance.org/live. Offerman headlines the film Nick Offerman: American Ham in the Festival’s Premieres section. Mullally voices a character in the English-language version of Ernest and Celestine, which will have its world premiere in the Festival’s new Sundance Kids section.

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Kerry Washington, Nick Offerman To Announce 64th Primetime Emmy Nominations

By | Thursday June 14, 2012 @ 10:22am PDT

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA, June 14, 2012 – Kerry Washington (Scandal) and Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) will join Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Chairman-CEO, Bruce Rosenblum at 5:40 AM PST on July 19th to announce the 64th Primetime Emmy® Awards Nominations. Returning as producer of this year’s nomination telecast is Spike Jones Jr., who will also once again be serving as the producer for the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards. The ceremony will take place at the Television Academy’s Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in North Hollywood.

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Nick Offerman Set For Diablo Cody’s ‘Lamb Of God’

By | Tuesday February 21, 2012 @ 9:18am PST

Nick Offerman joins a cast that includes Octavia Spencer, Holly Hunter, Russell Brand and Julianne Hough. The Diablo Cody-directed drama Lamb Of God centers on a young evangelical woman who denounces God after a tragic plane crash that left one-third of her body severely burned. Angry, she leaves her parents and church in Washington, D.C. for Las Vegas, where she attempts to re-discover herself. Offerman is repped by UTA.

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UTA Signs ‘Parks & Rec’s Nick Offerman

By | Monday September 12, 2011 @ 10:18am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: Parks and Recreation standout Nick Offerman has signed with UTA. Offerman last month won a TCA Award for his role on the NBC comedy series, and him not landing an Emmy nomination was considered one of the biggest upsets this year. On the feature side, Offerman’s upcoming projects include the Will Ferrell comedy Casa de mi Padre and Somebody Up There Likes Me, which Offerman also produced.

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2011 TCA AWARDS: ‘Friday Night Lights’ Wins Program Of The Year, ‘Game Of Thrones’ Named Best New Show

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As a new NBC series, Friday Night Lights won Outstanding New Program at the Television Critics Association’s awards in 2007. Four years later, as a departing DirecTV show, Friday Night Lights tonight won the top TCA award, Program of the Year. HBO’s Game of Thrones was named outstanding new program during the non-televised ceremony hosted by Parks and Recreation co-star Nick Offerman at the Beverly Hilton. Oprah Winfrey got a career achievement TCA award to go with her recently awarded Oscar “for her influence through 25 seasons of The Oprah Winfrey Show,” while Offerman received an Individual Achievement in Comedy Award to make up for the Emmy-nomination snub last month. CBS’ The Amazing Race, whose best series Emmy-winning streak was broken last year, is starting a new one at the TCA Awards, winning the first award in newly established reality program category. Here is the list of the winners in 12 categories voted by the members of TCA, a media organization comprised of more than 200 professional TV critics and journalists from the U.S. and Canada:

Program of the Year
Friday Night Lights (DirecTV/NBC)

Outstanding Achievement in Drama
Mad Men (AMC)

Outstanding Achievement in Comedy
Modern Family (ABC)

Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming
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