And by ruin, we mean make it 10 billion times better. Also, McHale's actually the photo ruiner. Basically, the opposite of the headline is true. More »
Maya Rudolph's at it again — she's reportedly pregnant with baby No. 4, and she was flaunting baby bump No. 4 on Tuesday night at the 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards.
Congratulations may be in order to Up All Night actress and comedienne Maya Rudolph. Entertainment industry periodical The Hollywood Reporter reports that Rudolph is pregnant with her fourth child with her director partner Paul Thomas Anderson. Though unconfirmed, if true, the baby would join the couple's daughters 7-year old Pear and 2-year old Lucille and 19-month old Jack.
Offering proof that executive producer positions begin at inception, the latest input on Up All Night’s ceaseless creative reimagining comes from Maya Rudolph’s unborn fetus, who has now suggested NBC retool the beleaguered sitcom as a show where Maya Rudolph is pregnant so fuck it, everyone should just quit. Show More Summary
Here's a new snowflake in the flurry of reports surrounding NBC's probably ill-fated Up All Night: "Sources tell THR that co-star Maya Rudolph has informed NBC that she is pregnant with her fourth child with director Paul Thomas Anderson." If the report proves true, congratulations to two of the industry's most uniquely talented and awesome people ... More »
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A new report says that actress Maya Rudolph is pregnant with the fourth child for her and director Paul Thomas Anderson. What does this mean for "Up All Night," which is already in a weird spot?
Rumor has it Maya Rudolph is pregnant. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Up All Night" star, 40, has informed NBC that she is expecting...
It sounds like Maya Rudolph will soon be up all night once again, for the most miraculous reason possible: The actress is pregnant! Multiple sources confirm that Rudolph is expecting her fourth child with writer/director Paul ThomasShow More Summary
NBC has been trying to patch together its leaky newspaper boat of a television network any way it can, even if that means, say, pushing forward with the subverted gender role parenting sitcom Up All Night without star Christina Applegate. Show More Summary
Expanding her ever-growing family with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson, Maya Rudolph is expecting her fourth child. The former "Saturday Night Live" star informed NBC that she was pregnant, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The 40-year-old currently stars in the television series, "Up All Night" on the network. Show More Summary
Maya Rudolph is pregnant! The actress is reportedly expecting her fourth child with writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson. The actress has allegedly informed NBC of her pregnancy, which could signal the cancellation of the series Up All Night. A rep for Rudolph declined to comment on the reported pregnancy, though it was confirmed by sources at [...]Show More Summary
Maya Rudolph and her longtime partner, director Paul Thomas Anderson, are reportedly expecting their fourth child together! The 40-year-old actress and the 42-year-old The Master director are already the parents to Pearl, 7, Lucille, 3, and Jack, 19 months. Maya has informed the writers of her NBC sitcom Up All Night that she is pregnant [...]
NBC is considering scrapping its struggling sitcom Up All Night, in the wake of star Christina Applegate's departure and news that Maya Rudolph is pregnant, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Christina Applegate Will Arnett Paul Thomas Anderson Maya Rudolph Up All Night Emily Spivey
TIL: there's nothing better than Maya Rudolph and Paul F. Tompkins singing "Home" by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. This is from Tompkins 2011...
Two years ago, talented actress and consummate Whitney Houston impersonator Maya Rudolph appeared on alongside comedian Paul F. Tompkins on the The Paul F. Tompkins Show 9th Anniversary Special. As one would expect from the daughterShow More Summary
Back in 2011, Maya Rudolph and Paul F. Tompkins sang "Home" together. And it was great! Tompkins just posted the video, and it's so stinking charming it almost makes one un-tired of that song. Almost. The part at 3:08 where he says "Maya" and she says "Paul F. Tompkins" makes ... More »
Home is wherever I'm with you.
The enigmatic artist formerly and currently known as Prince is almost too easy to parody. Saturday Night Live played the joke for years in a recurring sketch that paired a whispering and mysteriously teleporting Prince with Maya Rudolph's divalicious Beyoncé. Show More Summary
Comedian Paul F. Tompkins is all about taking your expectations and playing with them, making you wet your pants with laughter. When we heard he had done a skit with both John Hamm and Maya Rudolph… well, let's just say we didn't even wear pants when we sat down to watch!! LOLz! Seriously, though, Paul's variety show [...]