Entertainment News: joel mchale
"Community" star Joel McHale said in a recent interview that he's well aware that there are gay rumors about him and the actor said he finds the rumors "flattering."
When asked by The Advocate about a previous comment he made to the magazine about people who believe he is gay because he dresses well, McHale said, "Oh, I still see that on Twitter every day. It's flattering."
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Is Joel McHale going soft? According to a recent press release from NBC, the actor, also known for hosting the snarky E! series 'The Soup,' and his 'Community' cast mates will be featured as puppets in an upcoming episode of the NBC show in April.
The network unveiled its foam creations at a PaleyFest panel on Tuesday, March 5 in Los Angeles, where they were photographed onstage at the Saban Theatre with their respective cast members.
Joel McHale says his new movie "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D" literally stinks, thanks to something called Aroma-scope.
"It literally does [stink] because of Aroma-scope," McHale told Cari Skillman of KABC, OnTheRedCarpet.com's parent company. "That's what I would tell them and then I would say, 'Listen talk show guy, why don't you see the movie first and let me know. And then if you still think it does... then just keep it to yourself, Mr. talk show guy."
Joel McHale and the cast of NBC'S "Community" caught up with OnTheRedCarpet.com at a PaleyFest event to talk about what's coming in future episodes (spoiler alert), how crazed the fans are and whether we will be seeing a third season of the hit show.
"People think we are doing parodies, but to me they all make organic sense for our character," McHale told OnTheRedCarpet.com. "Like Abed, Danny Pudi's character lives in a world that we don't live in so he sees the world in a different lenses."
NBC has ordered more seasons of "The Office," "Parks and Recreation" and "Community," the network announced in a statement.
"I am so pleased to renew these three outstanding comedies which are all at the top of their game creatively," said Bob Greenblatt, Chairman of NBC Entertainment in a statement. "Along with '30 Rock,' they represent the best of what the NBC comedy brand stands for in terms of originality, wit, and sophistication."