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Here's a great piece of fan art that features the cast of How I Met Your Mother re-imagined as superheroes. The piece was created by conceptual illustrator Andy Park, who has worked on films such as Marvel's Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man 3 and The Avengers.
It features Alyson Hannigan's Lily Aldrin as Black Widow, Neil Patrick Harris' Barney Stinson as a Super laser tag player, Josh Radnor's Ted Mosby as Wolverine, Jason Segel's Marshall Eriksen as The Hulk, and Cobie Smulders' Robin Scherbatsky as Dazzler. »
- Joey Paur
As the year comes to a close, StumbleUpon decided to mine through their system and take a look at what was hot – and what was not – in 2013. Through their mobile and desktop exploration tool with more than 30 million users they've discerned that How I Met Your Mother, the CBS sitcom starring Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Alyson Hannigan & Neil Patrick Harris, is the most popular TV show of 2013. The hit comedy series came in at number one with the most “liked” content on the discovery engine, beating out nail biting dramas Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones. Worth noting, however, is that Game of Thrones is the only TV show on the list to have also appeared on last year’s. Ranking for the Top 5 shows were as follows: 1) How I Met Your Mother 2) Breaking Bad 3 »
- Pietro Filipponi
Fans of CBS’s How I Met Your Mother have waited eight long years to finally meet the title character, but since the mysterious future wife of main character Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) was revealed – in the form of Tony-nominated actress Cristin Milioti – she has appeared only briefly throughout the show’s final season.
Despite the show’s trademark use of flashbacks and flash-forwards, Season 9 has focused largely on the impending nuptials between Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) as well as the events leading up to the wedding and Ted’s much-anticipated meeting with the Mother. In between, viewers have been treated to a few choice scenes with the Mother, including a peek at her ...
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- Robert Yaniz Jr.
It's the last season of CBS' How I Met Your Mother. Will the sitcom's ratings soar for these last episodes or could viewership fizzle out? Has the series gone on too long? Stay tuned to find out.
The usual cast of How I Met Your Mother -- Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris, and Alyson Hannigan --all return for the final season. This season they're joined by Cristin Milioti, the future mother of Ted's kids.
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Conceptual artist, Andy Park, is well known for his Marvel Studios' concept art, but you have to see this new illustration that he has created. It features the cast of CBS' hit-comedy, How I Met Your Mother, dressed as superheroes. Alyson Hannigan's Lily Aldrin as Black Widow, Neil Patrick Harris' Barney Stinson as a Super laser tag player, Josh Radnor's Ted Mosby as Wolverine, Jason Segel's Marshall Eriksen as The Hulk, and Cobie Smulders' Robin Scherbatsky as Dazzler. You can see more of Andy Park's artwork at his facebook page, and you can also keep updated by following his twitter account. Artwork by Andy Park So I was hanging out at this pub tonight called MacLaren's and met these really nice people. #Himym @CobieSmulders pic.twitter.com/jROp8ygs6O— Andy Park (@andyparkart) December 3, 2013 How I Met Your Mother is a comedy about »
Adam Sandler's "The Chanukah Song" first appeared on Saturday Night Live nearly 20 years ago, and ever since then, it's been a soothing comedic balm for Jewish children who feel alienated during the Christmas season. And while Sandler has sporadically updated the song, he hasn't done so for 10-plus years, so we decided to help him out with some culturally appropriate references. Sing along with us: Daniel Radcliffe lights the menorahSo do Scott Caan, Mila Kunis and Josh Radnor-ahGuess who eats together at the Carnegie DeliAndy Samberg and Bar RafaeliScarJo's half Jewish, James Franco tooPut them together, what a »
- Alex Heigl
The ninth and final season of How I Met Your Mother has been all about stretching the sitcom limits: All 24 episodes take place over the course of one wedding weekend, and in another narrative twist, Monday night’s half-hour (8 p.m. Et on CBS) will play out entirely in rhyme.
Last week, EW was on the set of the show’s 200th episode — premiering at the end of January — and we had to ask a few questions about the clever concept. So far, we know that the episode (titled “Bedtime Stories”) has Marshall (Jason Segel) trying to get baby Marvin »
- Katie Atkinson
The cast and crew of "How I Met Your Mother" celebrated the show's 200th episode on Thursday (Nov. 21). Amid the cake-cutting and words of praise for the show, creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas revealed some of what you'll get to see when the episode airs in January.
"Our 100th episode ['Girls vs. Suits'] was very much a celebration of the cast. Not that the cast doesn't deserve celebrating even more after 200 episodes, but this one is a different kind of story," Bays says. "It's about the story. It was an episode we intended on doing anyway, and it just happened to fall on the 200th. ... But it felt like the right one to do in terms of the greater story of the show."
The episode is called "How Your Mother Met Me," and it will detail how the Mother (Cristin Milioti) got to where she is now -- so expect to see references to the yellow umbrella, »
It's official: CBS has ordered a pilot for "How I Met Your Dad," a spin-off of "How I Met Your Mother" from Emily Spivey ("Up All Night") and "Mother" co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas. The three will write the script for the pilot and executive produce. The show will center on an all-new female lead and her own group of friends, but contrary to previous reports, the lead character won't be introduced in the final episodes of "Mother." The project is coming from 20th Century Fox Television, which produces "Mother." "How I Met Your Mother," which stars Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick Harris and Alyson Hannigan, is in its ninth and final season. »
A flashback episode revealed even more surprises about the show’s mysterious, titular character.
Is it just us, or is the final season of How I Met Your Mother starting to feel a little like Lost? Not only does the whole thing span the course of a single weekend, but the Nov. 11 episode took place entirely in the past — and changed the way we’ll look at Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and the “mother” (Cristin Milioti) forever. Seriously, holy retroactive plot-twist, Batman!
So, here’s the deal: Himym creator Carter Bays tweeted a half hour before the show aired on the east coast, explaining that the episode takes place between “Splitsville” and “The Stamp Tramp,” which are the sixth and seventh episodes of season eight, respectively. But even with that warning in mind, the episode was still a bit of a mind-screw.
The episode, titled “Platonish,” picked up while Robin »
- Andy Swift
Following a triumphant showing at the London Film Festival last month, Jill Soloway’s comedy feature After Delight is back on British shores now at the 17th UK Jewish Film Festival, and ahead of its showing we had the great pleasure in speaking to the talented, and very funny director herself.
Afternoon Delight, which features Kathryn Hahn and Juno Temple in the lead roles, marks Soloway’s directorial debut, in a film that is charming and witty as it is poignant. Soloway discusses the rise in female voices in Hollywood at present, her influences, and her delight at the film being aired at festivals across the world. Which reminds us, tickets to the Ukjff showing can be purchased here.
Afternoon Delight is your feature film debut. You’ve been writing for a number of years, but was it always the intention to one day sit in the director’s chair? »
- Stefan Pape
Read enough interviews with Hollywood film stars and two themes keep cropping up. Theme one is that the star in question is working on a screenplay. Theme two is that they hope to become a director. Perhaps we can all take some comfort from the knowledge that, however much power and influence these stars may have, the vast majority never finish that screenplay or direct that film.
A few stars do get around to directing when they've passed their acting peak (Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones, Dustin Hoffman). A few manage the transition once they've established themselves as A-listers (George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes). And some (Ben Affleck) turn to directing in desperation, following several years of lurching »
The popular CBS series How I Met Your Mother is currently in its ninth and final season now that the show has revealed the title character of ‘the mother’ and how its protagonist Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) began his life with her.
The networks flagship show has not only held together their Monday night lineup but has also shown mass popularity around the world. Without How I Met Your Mother, CBS is going to be on the hunt for a new hit comedy to fill the void that will be left when the show bows out early next year. Here is what Deadline have to say about the potential spin off:
‘Referred to as How I Met Your Father, the spin off hails from Himym creators/executive producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas and Up All Night creator/exec producer Emily Spivey. It would feature a new group of New »
- Ben Read
Will there be a CBS sequel to "How I Met Your Mother"? Nellie Andreeva breaks news that producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are working with Emily Spivey on a female version of the premise: a young woman hanging out with her New York friends would discuss her quest to meet her future husband. The laffer would feature none of the current stars, including Neil Patrick Harris, Alyson Hannigan, Jason Segel, Josh Radnor, and Cobie Smulders, but the new cast might be introduced in its series finale next May. Deadline. Susan Wloszczyzna interviews Oscar contender Jared Leto about his "defining role" as Rayon, a HIV-positive transsexual drug user, in "Dallas Buyers Club." She also looks back at his start in the TV series "My So-Called Life" and the move to "edgier fare" in films like "Requiem for a Dream," "Fight Club," and "American Psycho." Roger Ebert. Michael Ausiello exclusively confirms that &qu. »
With the hit CBS series now in its final season, Deadline is reporting that a spinoff of "How I Met Your Mother" might be on the way. Tentatively titled "How I Met Your Father," the new show would center on an all-new female lead and her own group of friends. "How I Met Your Mother" creators and executive producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas are teaming with "Up All Night" creator and executive producer Emily Spivey to develop the new show. Early plans would have the new lead introduced in the final episodes of "Mother," with the potential existing for current show's popular characters to guest star on "Father." "How I Met Your Mother," which stars Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, Neil Patrick »
Josh Radnor has signed with UTA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. The actor stars as lovelorn protagonist Ted on CBS’ Emmy-nominated comedy How I Met Your Mother, which is airing its ninth and final season. Radnor has also voiced a satirical version of the character on Family Guy; his other television appearances include Six Feet Under, ER and Law & Order. Video: 'How I Met Your Mother's' Final Season Teaser Asks Who Will Ruin Barney and Robin's Wedding? As a filmmaker, Radnor’s Liberal Arts, which he wrote, directed and starred in opposite Elisabeth Olsen, Richard Jenkins and Allison
- Rebecca Sun
The “Arrested Development” gang is going to have another run-in with James Lipton. Lipton will host cast members of the recently resuscitated comedy “Arrested Development,” as well as the show’s creator, Mitch Hurwitz, on the Nov. 7 episode of his Bravo series “Inside the Actors Studio.” Also read: Mitch Hurwitz’s Alternate ‘Arrested Development’ Stars: Robert De Niro? Josh Radnor? Aida Turturro? Lipton is no stranger to the “Arrested Development” crew, having appeared on a number of episodes of the series — including a spot in the season that launched on Netflix earlier this year — as Warden Stefan Gentles. On the episode, »
- Tim Kenneally
Since episode one of How I Met Your Mother, Ted (Josh Radnor) has always been depicted as unlucky in love. Though this may be true, he has been able to date lots of beautiful women. His list of accomplishments includes: Mandy Moore, Jennifer Morrison, Sarah Chalke, and of course Cobie Smulders. Now Ted can add [&hellip
How I Met Your Mother 9.06 Review: “Knight Vision” »
- Tim Gerstenberger
Robert De Niro as George Bluth Sr.? Aida Turturro as his daughter Lindsay? Josh Radnor as Michael? “Arrested Development” creator Mitch Hurwitz told TheWrap that those were some of the early castings he considered when the show shot its pilot a decade ago. He also said he’d love to include Ricky Gervais in a future installment. Also read: Mitch Hurwitz on an ‘Arrested Development’ Movie for Netflix, and Who He Almost Cast as Michael Bluth “I’ve been dying to get Ricky Gervais in forever, but I’ve been trying to find the right thing for him,” Hurwitz said. »
- Tim Molloy
Pop culture references have always been a part of television, but it seems recent years have seen an influx in the occasionally fruitful things. You have to wonder if there are diminishing returns when it comes to referencing classic funny movies from the years of old. How many times is How I Met Your Mother going to reference Weekend at Bernie’s, for example? Somewhere, a clock must be ticking away the time pop culture referencing has left to live while still being a valuable source of comedy. Until that day though, I leave it to Himym to continue finding stupendously hilariously ways to sneak in aspects of some of the all time great films. “Knight Vision” takes a turn at trying on The Last Crusade, with Barney as Indiana Jones and Ted as the Nazi collaborator. Throughout the episode, as Ted makes choice after choice on the best girl »
- Brody Gibson
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