If you’re single like me this Valentine’s Day, get your flirt on with these eligible celebrities that Conan O’Brien kindly wrangled up for us. Watch John Krasinski, Seth Green and Chelsea Handler, among others, make their best offers. Their words may be more blunt than romantic but the sentiment is nice!
People reports that the Green and Clare met in 2008 and have been inseparable since. Weird Al Yankovic, who attended the wedding, tweeted: “Just watched my buddy Seth Green get married. Beautiful wedding. Much love to him and his lovely bride Clare.”
Green produces “Robot Chicken,” an animated series that featured Lucas in a 2007 ‘Star Wars’-centric episode. The two became friends after working together on the episode.
George Lucas, the mastermind behind all things Star Wars, is at it again. Lucas has announced plans to spin off an animated comedy television series that will, in the words of Lucas’ company Lucasfilm, ”look at the saga’s characters with a playful and irreverent tone,” reports E! Online.
Recruited to the project (which is currently still untitled) is Seth Green, who has earned Emmy nominations for spoofing the Star Wars crew in Robot Chicken.
A close friend of Green told E! News that the couple were engaged on New Year’s Eve and they plan to wed in May. Let’s hope Family Guy keeps paying out those big salaries in order to support his new family. And let’s not forget his ongoing crush with Sloan from Entourage. Green better keep that in check!
Seth Green has joined the cast of Walt Disney Pictures’ “Mars Needs Moms,” a big-screen adaptation of the children’s novel by Berkeley Breathed.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the performance-capture movie follows a boy named Milo (Green) who goes on a mission to rescue his mom after she is kidnapped by aliens.
Joan Cusack will play the mom, while Mindy Sterling (who co-starred with Green in the “Austin Powers” movies) will play the alien leader of Mars. Dan Fogler will play Milo’s friend Gribble.
Simon Wells, whose credits include “The Prince of Egypt” and “An American Tail: Fievel Goes West,” adapted the screenplay along with Wendy Wells and will direct.
Green will next appear in the comedy “Old Dogs” opposite Robin Williams and John Travolta. He also continues to work on “Robot Chicken,” the Emmy-winning stop-motion series he co-created.
Seth Green and Breckin Meyer may be joining the cast of “Heroes.”
The real life best friends and production partners would play “Atlanta-based comic book nerds aficionados who cross paths with (and perhaps serve as advisors to) one of the Heroes,” reports Entertainment Weekly.
With most of the cast returning and more and more stars being signed to the show, this season’s talent will be almost as exciting as the show’s plotlines.
Green and Meyer currently work together on “Robot Chicken.”