Interviewer: April on Parks and Rec has a pretty dry sense of humor. Is there anything you wouldn’t be sarcastic about in real life?
Aubrey: Witches, because I don’t want to be cursed to hell and have a black magic spell ruin me. Also, Nicolas Cage. I think he’s amazing, and I’ll never make fun of him and I’ll see every movie he’s in. So that’s my answer. Witches and Nicolas Cage.
(Source: sea-hag, via temporalherald)
Smile is a spot-on name for the new electronic project from Bjorn Yttling (Peter, Bjorn and John) and music video director and Teddybears member Joakim Åhlund, mostly because you can’t help but do just then while listening.
Five Questions For Smile
What’s in store for Andy Samberg now that he’s officially left Saturday Night Live? Will there be more joke-rap in the comedian’s future? Will his serious turn in the upcoming Celeste and Jesse Forever (co-starring—and co-written by—Rashida Jones) bring in critical accolades? Most importantly, will his career survive the pile of stinking garbage that is his upcoming flick That’s My Boy, in which he plays the son of an immature Adam Sandler (redundant, I know) who is just 13 years his senior?
Some Thoughts on ‘That’s My Boy’ and Andy Samberg’s Career