Tony Hale

Fake aliens terrorize a small town in exclusive Brave New Jersey clip

In the film Brave New Jersey, a small town is gripped by hysteria thanks to Orson Welles’ 1938 War of the Worlds radio broadcast (which really did lead many people to believe that aliens were invading the planet). Directed by Jody Lambert (People Like Us) and co-written by Lambert and Michael Dowling, the film stars Tony Hale, Anna Camp, Heather Burns, Dan Bakkedahl, Sam Jaeger, Mel Rodriguez, and Erika Alexander. 

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Louie Anderson wins best comedy supporting actor at 2016 Emmys

Louie Anderson can add an Emmy to his basket.

The first-time Emmy nominee won the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy for his role as Christine Baskets on Baskets at the 68th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday.

Anderson took on the challenging task of playing another gender in the new FX series. His character, Christine, is the mother to twins Chip and Dale, both of whom are played by Zach Galifianakis.

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Veep star Tony Hale has advice for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine

Stephen Colbert’s two guests on Thursday’s The Late Show both have a Washington, D.C. connection: While Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine is running for vice president, Tony Hale plays the assistant to a president on HBO’s hit Veep. Naturally, Colbert asked if Hale thought Kaine and his running mate, presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, could learn something from watching the satirical comedy series.

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Arrested Development: Tony Hale and Will Arnett have a Bluth family reunion at Comic-Con

Hey, brothers!

San Diego Comic-Con became the site of a mini Arrested Development reunion on Thursday when Tony Hale and Will Arnett posted for a Bluth family photo.

Hale posted the snapshot on Instagram — sadly, with nary a Lucille or loose seal in sight — with the caption, “BLUTH BOYS!!!”

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Veep: Tony Hale explains what Gary's home life is like -- and it's hilarious

The dynamic between Selena and Gary on Veep may be volatile, but actor Tony Hale sees more to the devoted assistant’s story than the show reveals.

Veep is the HBO political comedy that has taken audiences, and the Emmys, by storm. Julia Louis-Dreyfus plays former veep and current president Selena Meyer, who handles every crisis with frustration and an unbridled wit. Her array of colorful staffers includes the eagerly devoted Gary (Hale), who tries to turn every lemon into lemonade.

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Tony Hale on what he wants from new season of Arrested Development

Tony Hale stopped by EW Radio during San Diego Comic-Con Thursday to talk about his favorite moment playing Buster Bluth, and what he expects from what’s next in the series.

The actor loves his comedy roots, and even losing his hands on Arrested Development made him laugh. When the needy Bluth brother was attacked by a seel, ultimately losing his hands, the actor portraying him had to react. “I remember thinking in my head ‘aw bummer, I like using my hands in comedy’, but then it just got fun and I love that kind of surprise stuff,” stated Hale.

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Arrested Development duo reunites for Drunk History

Buster Bluth and Maeby Fünke are back together — and luckily it’s not just one of Gob’s silly illusions.

Arrested Development alums Tony Hale and Alia Shawkat reunited on Thursday, donning very non-Bluth like outfits. Hale shared the moment on Instagram and wrote, “Arrested Season 5. Been a few changes.”

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