The film premiered on November 29, 2014, and received generally negative reviews.She starred in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates alongside Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick and Adam De Vine. Her role as the rebellious Tatiana earned her critical praise. wait, I missed my flight." She was a guest star on Harmon Quest in 2016, an animated Pathfinder show that enlists a new star guest each episode and then usually kills off their guest in the end.Her performance in the film was critically acclaimed, and Gary Thompson of The Philadelphia Inquirer questioned whether this role was out of her usual "pretty slacker" range but found her performance "compelling".At the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, Plaza "jumped onstage and tried to wrestle the (Golden Popcorn Award) statue from Will Ferrell's hand" during his acceptance speech; Ferrell integrated the interaction into his monologue as a planned moment, but the unscripted interruption led to Plaza's ejection from the event.
After a torn ACL, she decided to take her talents to the rival team The Spice Sqirls.
In 2012 Plaza earned her first starring role in a major film, alongside Mark Duplass, in the comedy, Safety Not Guaranteed.
Plaza played Darius, a jaded intern who answers a curious want ad "seeking a companion for a time travelling adventure".
However, “The Little Hours” is also notable for Plaza because it marks her first producing credit.
The actress best known for her recurring role in “Parks and Recreation” already has a few more of those in the bag, including the upcoming “Ingrid Goes West,” which opens in August.
In “The Little Hours,” Aubrey Plaza plays a foul-mouthed nun in 14th century Italy, the kind of sarcastic humor Plaza does best.