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Voice Cast for Sony’s Angry Birds Film Adaptation Revealed

The voice cast list for Sony’s animated film adaptation of the hit casual game Angry Birds has been released, and it consists of actors and actresses that wouldn’t be unfamiliar to anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock for the past couple of years: leading the list is SNL alumnus Jason Sudeikis as flock leader Red, followed by Josh Gad as Chuck, Danny McBride as Bomb, Bill Hader as a pig, Maya Rudolph as Matilda, and Peter Dinklage as the Mighty Eagle.

Seth MacFarlane to Host Saturday Night Live

Seth MacFarlane to Host Saturday Night Live

Fresh off his sleeper hit Ted, Seth MacFarlane will spearhed the 38th season of the late night TV show Saturday Night Live as he hosts the season opener on Sept. 15. Fans can expect the creator of Fox TV’s hit mature toons Family Guy, Aerican Dad, and the Cleveland show to bring his own brand of grown-up, irreverent humor to the sketch and comedy show.

Glenn Martin, DDS gets a second season on Nick at Nite

Glenn Martin, DDS gets a second season on Nick at Nite

Speaking of second seasons, the doctor is in! Nick at Nite will premiere the second season of Glenn Martin, DDS on Friday, June 11th, at 10:30pm. The stop motion animated series has a lot planned for its new episodes, including a whole list of special guest stars. In addition to the regulars Kevin Nealon, Catherine O’Hara, and Judy Greer the claymation toon will be showcasing (deep breath!) Mel Brooks, Fergie, Bret Michaels, Kristen Bell, Sean Hayes, Jimmy Kimmel, John Corbett, Fran Drescher, Bradley Witford, Cheri Oteri, MC Hammer, Jason Alexander, Howie Mandel, George Takei, Don Johnson, Ashley Tisdale, Ty Burrell, Jim Parsons, Bryan Cranston, Gabourey Sibide, Ellen Page, and recent SNL host Betty White.

Hey, Hey, Hey! Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids hits iTunes

Hey, Hey, Hey!  Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids hits iTunes

The first episode of Bill Cosby’s long running animated series, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, originally hit CBS Saturday mornings in 1972, nearly 40 years ago. Heck, even the movie with SNL’s Kenan Thompson is now 6 years old. It seems like the Classic Media and Filmation franchise was just due for an update. “Perfect timing,” says iTunes, who launches all 36 episodes of season one to the digital platforms. Users have the choice of grabbing individual episodes for $1.99, or the entire season for $29.99. Each episode also features live-action segments from Bill Cosby, who hosted every skit. Never seen the original? Take a look and let us know what you think:

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