An award magnet, animation studio Pixar has spent the last few decades establishing itself as one of the all-time best sources for quality animated films, achieving a track record of excellence rivaled by only a small select few. For Pixar’s first 15 years in existence, every single one of its films managed to become a critical darling, with all but one earning upwards of 90 percent on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. That one was 2006’s Cars. While Cars’ 74 percent rating is far from a failure, it was the only break in that long chain, at least until 2011 sequel Cars 2 managed to become a full-on critical bomb, earning only 39 percent.
Nathan will be joining the cast of Brooklyn Nine Nine, and his new role is going to drop him right in with Jake Peralta’s crew of cops. He’ll be playing Mark Devereaux, the star of a fictional crime drama TV series called Serve & Protect, where he plays a detective. When an actual crime occurs on the set of the show, and Jake (Andy Samberg) and Rosa (Stephanie Beatriz) show up to investigate. With ten years of experience playing a detective on TV, Mark thinks he can help the real-life detectives solve the case.
I’ve uploaded photos of Nathan from a few public events in 2017 to the gallery. Head over to Nathan Fillion Online’s photogallery to view them all.
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