– Hampton University’s Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications today announced three winners of the Rashida Jones Scholarship Fund. The financial gift was launched by MSNBC President Rashida Jones, one of the school’s most accomplished alumni. The scholarship will be provided annually to Hampton University students studying journalism.
“Holy shit, it’s incredible,” Rashida Jones said as we took our seats inside the floral, springtime paradise which was Maison Courvoisier’s “We Found Joy” event last night. The riverlike red table where we sat was handpainted with floral patterns to match the fresh flowers planted...
Birthday wishes go out to Tea Leoni, Rashida Jones and all the other celebrities with birthdays today. Check out our slideshow below to see photos of famous people turning a year older on February 25th and learn an interesting fact about each of them. Top celebrity birthdays on February 25,...
When they said ‘keeping up with the Joneses,’ they didn’t mean a knockdown, drag-out race between Leslie, Rashida, and Tommy Lee Jones, as seen in Toyota’s Super Bowl LVI Commercial. In probably what will be the cleverest use of a pun throughout Super Bowl LVI, Toyota...
As you might have heard, there's a sports contest coming up this weekend, something about Stellantis pickup trucks from Los Angeles versus Buick concept cars from Cincinnati. Toyota will have not one, but two ads during the game, with completely different tones. One's a serious heartstring tugger about a Paralympic athlete's triumph over adversity. The other's just a goofy romp with celebrities racing new Tundras.
Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Rashida Jones will star in the new Apple TV+ series Sunny. The streaming service said in a press release Monday that it gave a 10-episode series order to the dark comedy. Sunny is created by Katie Robbins (The Affair) and hails from Apple TV+ and A24....
Actress Rashida Jones is likely best known for her work in the comedy realm with the hit series “Parks & Rec” and most recently co-starred with Bill Murray in the Sophia Coppola-directed dramedy, “On The Rocks” that landed at Apple TV+. She’ll be reuniting with Apple for her next high-profile gig after landing a crucial part in their dystopian series “Wool.”
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Apple TV+ has announced a series order of a new dark comedy series “Sunny” starring Emmy Award nominee Rashida Jones, known for her roles in “On the Rocks,” “blackAF,” and “Quincy”. The upcoming drama series will have ten episodes and each episode will be 30 minutes long, to tell the story of an American woman living in Japan.
Apple TV+ has ordered a dark comedy starring Rashida Jones produced by A24, while its in-house studio is making a 1970s comedy starring Academy Award-nominee Kristen Wiig. Sunny (10×30′) stars Jones (On the Rocks) as an American woman living in Kyoto, Japan, whose life is upended when her husband and son disappear in a mysterious plane crash.
Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation) has been tapped to star in, and executive produce Sunny, a dark comedy from A24 that has landed at AppleTV+. The 30-minute, ten-episode series is based on the book "Dark Manual" by Colin O'Sullivan, an Irish writer based in Japan. That is not the only Japanese connection for Sunny, as the series will take place in Kyoto.
A new dark comedy titled Sunny is coming to Apple TV+. Rashida Jones will star in the upcoming TV show which is based on the book by Colin O’Sullivan. Jones will also executive produce on the series which was created by Katie Robbins and will be directed by Lucy Tcherniak.
Rashida Jones is returning to the small screen, taking on her first starring role in a series since “Angie Tribeca” wrapped in 2018. The “Parks and Recreation” and “Office” alumna will topline “Sunny,” an Apple TV+ dark comedy based on the book “Dark Manual.” Katie Robbins (“The Affair”) is penning the adaptation and is among its exec producers.
Washington [US], February 8 (ANI): American filmmaker and actor Rashida Jones is set to star in the upcoming dark comedy series titled 'Sunny' from Apple. The 10-episode show will be based on the book 'Dark Manual' by Colin O'Sullivan. According to Variety, in the half-hour show, Jones stars as Suzie,...
Parks and Recreation alum Rashida Jones has officially signed on to star in A24’s forthcoming dark comedy-drama series titled Sunny. Created by Katie Robbins, the project has just received a 10-episode series order at Apple TV+. This marks Jones’ latest major TV project since starring in 2020’s Netflix sitcom BlackAF.
EXCLUSIVE: Apple TV+ has handed a formal 10-episode series order to Sunny (fka Dark Manual), a half-hour darkly comedic drama starring and executive produced by Rashida Jones, from Katie Robbins (The Affair, The Last Tycoon) and A24. Lucy Tcherniak (Station Eleven, The End of the F***ing World) is attached to direct. Written by Robbins, Sunny, which had been eying a green light for awhile, is based on the book “Dark Manual” by Japan-based award-winning Irish writer Colin O’Sullivan. The dark comedy stars Jones as Suzie, an American woman living in Kyoto, Japan, whose life is upended when her husband and son disappear...