Prepare yourself for Avenger: Infinity War with Joel Murphy's humorous look at Hawkeye's struggles to be accepted by the rest of the group.
From the Vault Archive
In 2014, we talked to Glenn Howerton about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's longevity, the differences between acting on your own show and someone else's (Fargo) and how his parents talked him out of being a scientist.
In 2016, we talked to Oswalt about balancing acting with stand up, living in an Elmore Leonard novel as Constable Bob on Justified and his thoughts on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Last year, after Mitch McConnell uttered the infamous line: "She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted," we thought Elizabeth Warren deserved her own movie poster, so we made it for her.
In 2017, we talked to Kim Coates about his experience playing Tig Trager on Sons of Anarchy, his life post-SOA and his approach to choosing film roles.
In 2016, we spoke to Archer and Rick and Morty star Chris Parnell about his journey to become an actor, his experience at the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special and the wavering of his Christian faith.
In 2012, we talked to the voice of Pam Poovey on Archer, Amber Nash, about voiceover work, Comic-Con and what was in store for Pam.
In 2016, we talked to Janet Varney about founding SF Sketchfest, running around in a pregnancy pad and four-inch stilettos in You’re the Worst and her humble beginnings as “Party Girl” in Catwoman.
We were very excited to see Rachel Brosnahan win her first Golden Globe this past Sunday. We were equally excited to interview Brosnahan in 2015 for her role as sex worker Rachel Posner in House of Cards.
We were very excited to see The Last Jedi open with one of our heroes insulting another character’s mother. However, we can’t help but wonder if Poe was inspired by our 2015 video “Star Wars: Remorse Awakens.”