Wednesday afternoon, Cobie was on The Katie Show to promote “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” as well as to talk about the “How I Met Your Mother” finale. You can check out a clip from the interview below and a second one below the cut.
Monday night, Cobie was on The Late Show with David Letterman following the “How I Met Your Mother” finale. She spoke about the end of the series and her role in the upcoming “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”. You can view the full interview below and check out a photo in the gallery from the interview.
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Earlier this week CBS announced that the “How I Met Your Mother” cast will head over to the Late Show for a chat with Letterman, this upcoming monday (feb. 17).
“How I Met Your Mother” stars Josh Radnor, Cobie Smulders, Jason Segel, Alyson Hannigan and Neil Patrick Harris will “suit up!” when they present the LATE SHOW Top Ten, Monday, Feb. 17, as the comedy nears its series finale. After nine seasons on the Network, the show will end its popular run, telling the story of how Ted Mosby (Radnor) ultimately meets the mother of his children, with a special one-hour series finale on Monday, March 31 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT).
This coming Monday will be full of Cobie, with a cast appearance on CBS’s “The Talk”, a brand new episode of “How I Met Your Mother” and an appearance as a celebrity guest on “Hollywood Game Night”. You can check out a great clip from the interview below!
The Talk celebrates the 200th episode and final season of CBS’s How I Met Your Mother on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, (2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT/CT), featuring cast members Josh Radnor (Ted Mosby), Jason Segel (Marshall Eriksen), Cobie Smulders (Robin Scherbatsky), Neil Patrick Harris (Barney Stinson) and Alyson Hannigan (Lily Aldrin).
During the appearance, HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER cast members share hilarious behind-the-scenes stories, give clues on what’s in the store for the series finale and, in a touching moment, reveal what they will miss most after the ninth and final season. In addition, the cast brought along signature set pieces, including the Playbook, a bottle of the show’s signature scotch, the Robin Sparkles jean jacket, the yellow umbrella, Ted’s red boots and the blue French horn which appeared in the pilot episode. THE TALK hosts send the cast off with a surprise cake to mark their 200th episode.
Cobie and her How I Met Your Mother co-stars (Alyson Hannigan, Jason Segel, Josh Radnor and Neil Patrick Harris) sat down with Entertainment Weekly during the San Diego Comic-Con 2013 to talk about the final season their hit series. The cast became quite emotional when discussing what they will miss most. The interview is approximately 4 minutes long which you can view below. Also, screen captures are in the gallery for your viewing pleasures.
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I’ve added screen captures from the February 2, 2013 interview with The Hollywood Reporter into the gallery! Cobie sat down the the publication to discuss her film, Safe Haven. A big thank you to Jay for sharing a few of these with us! Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
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There are minor spoilers from tonight’s season premiere of How I Met Your Mother. Read on at your own risk!
And with one glimpse of a yellow umbrella (and some nice legs sporting fancy heels), How I Met Your Mother fans got another crucial piece of the puzzle to the biggest TV mystery of all time! OK, maybe not of all time, but it’s certainly a plotline fans have been unraveling for the better part of a decade.
In tonight’s season-eight premiere of HIMYM’s, we got to see Ted (Josh Radnor) moments before he first lays eyes on his future wife while sitting at a train station in the rain after Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Robin’s (Cobie Smulders) wedding. How did he get there? And where does “How I Met Your Mother” go after tonight? We chatted with creator and executive producer Carter Bays, who previewed season eight for us, and even let us in on some plans should there be a season nine:
What was your plan of attack this season coming off the big reveal that Robin is Barney’s bride?
Carter Bays: Last season we wrapped up one of the bigger mysteries of the show, which is: Who’s getting married? Now that we know who the players are and what the situation is on this wedding day, from here to the end—whether it’s one or two years and we’re still figuring that out, is the journey from where we are right now to that wedding day. The meaning of that wedding day…there’s more to it than what we know right now, as we will learn over the course of this season. This is now getting the ball a little further down the field as far as the bigger question of the show. We’ve answered the question of who is getting married, and now it’s time for the bigger question of the show, which is how Ted meets the mother and what the circumstances are in that wedding that specifically puts Ted in her path.
Since you’re still not sure if this is the last season or not, do you have a Plan B if you guys do a ninth season?
I wouldn’t say a “Plan B” because I don’t want to promise anything that we ultimately don’t deliver on. Our attack is this: this is the final season of How I Met Your Mother as far as what we’re writing. We’re open to that being extended. If we get the opportunity to do it, we definitely have another season in us. We have a lot of stories that we’re not able to get to now that we would love to do if there is a ninth season. Either way, we’re happy. We’ve achieved everything we wanted to achieve, but we’re not deaf to the voices of like, ‘You guys gotta wrap it up! It’s done!’ And it’s like, I get it, but I also feel like our ratings are better than they’ve ever been, we’re having fun doing it, the cast is having fun doing it and we don’t feel like our show is completely about this one question that is posed in the title. Some people look at our show that way, and that’s fine. Fans of the show just like having these five characters in their living room every Monday night, and that’s the kind of TV viewing we grew up with and we aspire to. We love having this overall story and that’s a huge part of it, but I don’t think we’d feel like we’re cheating everybody by doing another year of a show that a lot of people love. I think we have two more great seasons in us. If we only do one of those seasons, then I don’t think we’ll feel cheated about it or that we’ll feel like we missed out an opportunity to do an extra 24 episodes, but if there is a ninth season, I think it would be a great one.
Read the Complete Interview: www.eonline.com
While in Canada promoting The Avengers, Cobie did a fabulous interview on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight. Cobie was in the red chair talking about her career, Canadian stereotypes and the new film. Take a look below:
Cobie and her The Avengers co-star, Mark Ruffalo were in Toronto, Canada for the Canadian premiere of the film. They also stopped by MuchMusic for a “Live On” chat. Head over to the gallery for the latest additions.
The Collider.com sat down with The Avengers cast and director to discuss the highly anticipated film. I’ve highlighted the Cobie portion of the interview, take a look below:
Cobie, what does being a part of a superhero movie like this mean to you, and did you think about getting to watch it with your daughter?
COBIE SMULDERS: It means there are a lot more action figures in our house. I think we have all of them, and she knows all of their names. But, it’s very cool to be a woman in a man’s world, in this film, and then have my daughter see that. That’s probably the coolest thing.
What was your most memorable moment making this movie?
COBIE SMULDERS: I was very much a newbie, coming in. When I got to do a scene where most of them were there, and I got to see everybody sitting at the table for the first time, I got to stand back. I also loved any moment I got to work with [Joss Whedon] because I’ve been wanting to work with him for a very long time.
Wwhat was it like to transition from a weekly TV sitcom to being a part of this big blockbuster ensemble?
COBIE SMULDERS: It’s definitely a shift in schedule, alone. I made it a point to do a lot of training to prepare myself for this role, with weapons and mainly to get myself comfortable using them. That was the thing I tried to do the most. In terms of schedule, it’s very different. I’m very blessed at How I Met Your Mother. We have a very nice schedule. This was very good, but we had a lot of stunts to do and a lot of fun things to explode.
Read the Full Interview: www.collider.com