Whether or not Don Draper’s peace proved everlasting, Mad Men star Jon Hamm is getting another shot at the role … sort of. The first clips of a new SpongeBob Squarepants special go full Sterling-Cooper with Hamm voicing “Don Grouper,” an underwater ad man.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve watched each and every episode of AMC’s Mad Men with a nagging suspicion: Wouldn’t Jon Hamm’s Don Draper be better served as an animated underwater ad man on SpongeBob Squarepants? Wonder no longer, friends. Nickelodeon has answered the call.
The first 'SpongeBob Movie' trailer has risen from the depths of Bikini Bottom, following an initial release at Comic-Con 2014, and our Squarepants-wearing hero and his buddies have taken a note from the 'Avengers' movies and have become full live-action superheroes. Is this the "gritty" and "dark" version of 'SpongeBob Squarepants'? No, not really.
'Forrest Gump,' which turns 20 this year, is about to be rolled back into theaters to celebrate. Paramount has announced that the film will screen in IMAX auditoriums starting September 5, and have also moved up 'SpongeBob SquarePants 2' from February 13 to February 6, 2015.
Ah internet, you've once again reached your true potential. After all you've given us, this will be your legacy: 'Spongebob Squarepants' voice actors dubbing classic movies.
Some criminals yield funny mugshots, and others yield ones like this! If you're looking for someone, a fish perhaps, to give that Grumpy Cat a run for its money, then look no further than that "Serious Fish" from 'Spongebob' and its real-life look alike.
If you've seen 'Prometheus' then you're familiar with the "engineers" (and if you haven't seen 'Prometheus' we can't help you - we've seen the film and still have no idea who these guys are...). And if you've ever seen the 'SpongeBob SquarePants' episode "The Two Faces of Squidward" then you're familiar with Handsome Squidward. And these two together?...