Check out a new interview with D’Arcy Carden from Indie Wire.
[Spoilers for “Shotgun Wedding,” now streaming on Prime Video, are featured in the article.]
Check out D’Arcy Carden on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” from last night!
D’Arcy Carden will be a guest on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” this week! She will be appearing on the show on Wednesday, January 25th; the show airs every weeknight at 11:35 p.m. EDT on ABC.
J-Lo is back with her latest full feature romcom film Shotgun Wedding, that sees a couple at their destination wedding with their families taken hostage by gunmen.
Joblo was able to sit down the cast including Josh Duhamel, D’Arcy Carden, Cheech Marin, Callie Hernandez, Steve Coulter, and Selena Tan as they talk about the fun of filming, working with director Jason Moore, and (playfully) discuss who the better singer is between J-Lo and Lenny Kravitz, and a whole lot more!
The cast of Shotgun Wedding, a new Amazon Prime action rom-com, joins us for a sitdown. We have the legendary Cheech Marin, “scene-stealer” D’Arcy Carden, and the amazing Callie Hernandez.
It’s been confirmed that D’Arcy Carden will be appearing in History of the World Part II! No word on what character she will portray or which episode she’ll be appearing in, but we’ll update with that information when it’s released!
History of the World Part II hits Hulu on Monday, March 6, with two episodes. Two new episodes will drop daily, with the finale releasing on Thursday, March 9.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
The nominations for the 2023 Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced today, and Barry has received some nominations! The awards will be handed out on Sunday, February 26, 2023, in Los Angeles.
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
“Only Murders in the Building”
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Anthony Carrigan (“Barry”)
Bill Hader (“Barry”)
Steve Martin (“Only Murders in the Building”)
Martin Short (“Only Murders in the Building”)
Jeremy Allen White (“The Bear”)
Check out the new trailer for Shotgun Wedding! The movie premieres on January 27, 2023, exclusively on Prime Video.
D’Arcy Carden has a cameo in the new Amazon Prime movie The People We Hate at the Wedding.
“The People We Hate at the Wedding” gave fans a surprise mini-reunion of “The Good Place,” with the unexpected appearance of D’Arcy Carden in the Kristen Bell-starring comedy. But according to Bell, there was no one else she’d have wanted for the moment.
It happens fairly early in the movie, now streaming on Prime Video, and quite suddenly. In the scene, Alice (Bell) is leaving a sultry note for her boss/lover. She’s hoping to leave the panties she’s wearing with the note but as she goes to take them off, a cleaning woman appears to water the boss’ plants. That woman, of course, is none other than D’Arcy Carden. And she’s not phased by what’s happening at all. In fact, she just wants to help.
She jokes that the problem Alice is facing is that she accidentally only put one leg through the underwear when she put them on, instead of both. All in all, it’s a hilarious encounter as the two women work together to get Bell’s underwear back on securely, and one that fans are delighting in. Plus, it was a “Good Place” reunion in more ways than one.
“I mean, she’s one of my favorite people. She’s one of my dearest friends,” Bell told TheWrap. “We have a very close relationship and Claire Scanlon, our delicious director, had directed us both on ‘The Good Place,’ and so we all knew each other. And when that scene came up, Claire texted me, ‘What do you think about D’Arcy?’ And I think I responded with the word ‘duh.’”
And if you suspected that the scene was largely improvised by the two actresses, you’d be right. Bell confirmed that “a lot of it” was indeed coming off the cuff from her and Carden.
“It just made so much sense. There is no one that I’d rather have help me put my underwear back on than D’Arcy Carden,” Bell added.
Source: Yahoo News
D’Arcy Carden will compete in the holiday special “The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday”! The special will premiere on December 2, 2022 on The Roku Channel.