Comedy Impact Report 2011
Next: His lemur character Mort will return to the bigscreen in DreamWorks Animation’s “Madagascar 3,” slated for release next summer.
Causes: Supports St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
Next: Arnett lent his voice to Disney’s animated “The Secret World of Arrietty”; Cross performs Ian in “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-Wrecked”; all are preparing the “Arrested Development” movie.
Causes: Arnett supports Worldwide Orphans Foundation and the United Way in Winnepeg, Manitoba, where his grandfather co-founded the chapter.
Next: Landed a monthly gig at Gotham’s Gramercy Theater, and is planning a comedic musical record, “The Wedding Album.”
Causes: Contributes to the Noreen Fraser Foundation.
Next: In 2012, Will Ferrell can be seen in “Casa de mi padre,” “Dog Fight” and “Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie.”
Causes: Ambassador of Cancer for College.
Next: Developing a pilot and series for Comedy Central, “The Nick Show Kroll.”
Causes: Has done charitable work with Malaria No More.
Next: Roles in “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” “The Assistants” and “How to Train Your Dragon 2” in which he reprises his role as the voice of Tuffnut.
Causes: Public schools in his home state of Colorado.
Next: Playing dive bars and bar mitzvahs while developing the “Million Dollar Strong” feature with Todd Phillips.
Next: Adam Pally will appear in pics “Frankie Go Boom” and “The to Do List.” Casey Wilson has TV project “Walk of Shame” in development, along with roles in indie pics “Ass Backwards” and “My Mother’s Curse.”
Causes: Wilson is VP for the Kathy Wilson Foundation, founded in honor of her late mother.
Next: Has much bigger pic appearances ahead with parts in “Big Miracle,” “The Lorax” and upcoming laffer “21 Jump Street.”
Causes: Riggle, along with Paul Rudd and Jason Sudeikis, hosts the annual Big Slick Celebrity Poker Tournament in Kansas City.
Next: Reteams with “Bridesmaid” co-star Kristen Wiig in the romantic comedy “Friends With Kids,” which preemed at the Toronto Film Festival.
Next: Snagged a deal with NBC to begin work on a TV series in which she will star, bolstering the net’s femme-based comedies.
Causes: Supports Project ALS
Next: Roberts has several scripts in development, including “Bouncers,” “Dad Can’t Lose” and “Me Time.” Huebel appears in Alexander Payne’s “The Descendants,” in theaters today. Scheer can be seen in “The League,” now in its third season on FX.