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Bill Hader on Late Night with Seth Meyers
On Creating Barry: A Conversation with Alec Berg and Bill Hader
The Austin Film Festival has put up their Barry panel-available to watch for $22 bucks!
Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Ep.1 with Bill Hader
Bill Hader eyed to possibly take over as ‘Weasel’ for DeadPool 4
Zazie Beetz and Josh Brolin are rumored to be the only members of Deadpool’s supporting cast from his previous life as a Fox property that will be joining him in jumping ship to the MCU, as they’re reportedly returning as Domino and Cable, respectively. But we also might get a few more familiar characters showing up. It just won’t be the same actors from the Fox films who play them.
According to sources close to WGTC – the same ones that told us John Wick: Chapter 5 is happening and Ryan Reynolds had a secret cameo in Hobbs & Shaw, both of which were true – several Fox roles will very likely be recast. One of them will be Vanessa, with Marvel eyeing A-list actresses for the part, and another will be Weasel. And though no actor has been chosen just yet, we’re told that the studio are eyeing It: Chapter Two‘s Bill Hader for the job. (via WeGotThisCovered, thank you to tumblr for the heads up!)
Bill Hader Accepts his 2020 Change Maker Award from the Child Mind Institute
Join Henry Winkler in a Watch Party of ‘Barry’
(this is for April 16th-check you own time zone here!)
‘Barry’s’ Bill Hader and ‘Watchmen’s’ Nicole Kassell among DGA Awards winners
Already a two-time Emmy Award winner for his acting on the series, Hader won Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series Saturday for his work on the episode “ronny/lily” at the 72nd annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles.
In the dramatic television series category, Nicole Kassell won the DGA Award for helming the pilot of HBO’s “Watchmen.” As previously reported, the first episode, titled “It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice,” recreated the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and established the acclaimed show as set in an alternate-reality version of Tulsa.
Bill Hader at 2020’s Golden Globes