• 30 Rock star Jack McBrayer lands leading role in animated series for Disney (Video)

    “Eternally-optimistic.” Check. “Constant do-gooder.” Check. If we didn’t know better, we’d say that Craig McCracken, (creator of Powerpuff Girls and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends) was describing Jack McBrayer’s character Kenneth Parcel from 30 Rock. He’s not, but he is describing McBrayer’s newest role, that of Wander in McCracken’s latest Disney Channel project, Wander Over Yonder. Playing opposite April Winchell (Phineas and Ferb), McBrayer will be making his Disney Channel

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    Watch Sarah Silverman, John C. Reilly and more in animated trailer for ‘Wreck-It Ralph’

    Disney’s got an all-star comedy cast for their new animated film, Wreck-It Ralph. The film, which stars John C. Reilly, is about a video game villain, Ralph (Reilly) who just wants to be more than just the bad guy. Reilly is supported by awesome comedians, Sarah Silverman (playing a bratty little girl), Jack McBrayer (some kind of administrative assistant or mail boy) and Jane Lynch (actually looks like Jane Lynch)

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    “30 Rock” will go on without Alec Baldwin, says Lorne Michaels; but, should it?

    Remember a while back when Alec Baldwin was all “Show’s over!” in regard to 30 Rock’s next season? He hasn’t commented on the series’ longevity in recent days, but executive producer and Saturday Night Live godfather Lorne Michaels has. And all I have to say is… uh oh. New York Magazine’s Vulture blog had a chat with Michaels and asked about the upcoming season for the show. If Baldwin bails,

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    Who tells the best Tracy Morgan story– Jack McBrayer, Tina Fey or Luke Wilson?

    On tonight’s episode of Conan (11 pm EST), 30 Rock’s Jack McBrayer visits Coco. As is the case with seemingly every 30 Rock cast member interview, the discussion disintegrates accelerates into a discussion about working with Tracy Morgan, who, as you know, is the oddest person alive. Check out the clip below. So this got me thinking about two other Tracy Morgan stories we’ve posted about in the past; both

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    Colbert, Carell and more to appear on Sirius XM Second City channel

    In commemoration of Second City’s 50th anniversary, the limited-run Second City Comedy Radio channel will be launching on Sirius XM radio this Saturday, Dec. 12th. The channel will coincide with the weekend-long celebration of the anniversary, and will feature backstage interviews and segments with famous alumni, not to mention past sketches from the legendary Chicago theatre stages shows and SCTV series. Alumni attending the celebration include: Stephen Colbert, Martin Short,

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