Photo found on nerdist.com This is a cute movie - colorful, silly, good storyline. Well-played, Disney. Throw Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling into the mix and there's enough money to feed a gazillion hungry kids (hint, hint). Show More Summary
I love Amy Poehler. And I love Seth Meyers. And I really love it when they tear sexist jerks a new one. Recently, a Sports Illustrated analyst said that women’s sports aren’t worth watching. Well, Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers have some pretty strong thoughts about that. Show More Summary
This blog post is part of a series called, "Celebrity Substance." I will be using celebrity careers from a variety of professions as examples, discussing what can be learned from their successes and failures. Comedian, actor, writer, producer and Tina Fey’s partner in crime, Amy Poehler, is a leading boss lady [...]
It’s show about the worst people you know. Hooray!
"Really, producers? Really" Suzy Evans pled in a 2014 piece for American Theatre, mimicking the comedic angst of Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. "The Pulitzer Prize [for drama] and all finalist nods go to women in 2014 and 68 percent of...Show More Summary
The latest show Amy Poehler's executive-produced, Difficult People, will make its debut on Hulu in August. And to give you a sense of what you're in for, its first teaser demonstrates exactly why people think New Yorkers are rude, and why you probably should leave Billy Eichner and Julie Klausner... More »
Who would be the Inside Out-style voices in your head? Salon asked thirteen comedians that question, including Inside Out star Amy Poehler, who says she calls Phyllis Smith (Fear) all the time just to hear her voice. Read more...
This article originally appeared in Vulture. There are many things to marvel at in Pixar’s Inside Out—the intricate, novel narrative concept, the sad fate of one Bing Bong, the ruthlessness with which it milks every tear from your body until you’re more lacrimal fluid than human, etc. Show More Summary
The dude who got schooled by Amy Poehler about his misogynist tweet has apologized. Queen Amy, poised and ready to verbally cut a bro-bitch. (via Hulu) You're probably not surprised that a guy who writes for an ultimate bro-rag did something misogynist. Show More Summary
Today I have one last June Is Audiobook Month giveaway. Thanks to the APA and Audiobook Community, I am pleased to offer one copy of Amy Poehler’s audiobook, Yes Please. This audiobook, which won the Audie Award in the Humor category, is narrated by the author as well as a full cast including of Carol […]
At the Upright Citizen Brigade’s Del Close 17th Annual Marathon, Amy Poehler offered some wise words for comedians who aspire to make it big in the entertainment business. “If the goal is doing good stuff and working with your friends … if you’re doing that then you’re succeeding,” Poehler said. Show More Summary
Amy Poehler had some advice for aspiring comedians recently, and she gave it to them straight: comedy is not for the weak, she says, and if you’re doing it to get rich you should rethink things. Poehler, who has been a huge name in comedy...Show More Summary
Amy Poehler keeps it casual for the 2015 Del Close Improv Comedy Marathon Press Conference held at the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) Theatre on Saturday night (June 27) in New York City. The 43-year-old actress and comedian was joined by Saturday Night Live pals Bobby Moynihan and Horatio Sanz, as well as The Unbreakable Kimmy [...]
Things are going well for Amy Poehler these days. Her movie ‘Inside Out’ (she voices the character of Joy) is a hit at the theaters. She has a memoir, called ‘Yes, Please’ that’s out. Amy shared some advice at the Upright Citizen Brigade’s (UCB) Del Close 17th Annual Marathon in New York City. RELATED: Tina […]
There is no tangible reason this should have been the least bit watchable. On the one hand you have Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler, arguably the best "Weekend Update" hosts ever, on the other there's Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole or FOX Sports 1. Show More Summary
If “women’s sports in general [are] not worth watching,” as Sports Illustrated’s Andy Benoit infamously posited this week (he later apologized, but still got called out by Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler), there are a lot of viewers who disagree. Show More Summary
How to use your voice for the greater good and insulate yourself from those who don't.
You simply have to love Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler whenever they get together on TV to do one of their hilarious “Really?” Saturday Night Live-style segments. And while they’re not on SNL anymore, the duo reprised their “Really?” roles...Show More Summary
Guys, Seth Meyer and Amy Poehler's "Really!?!" is back! The post This Week in TV: Seth and Amy Bring Back Really?!? appeared first on WIRED.
On Wednesday, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler revived their “really?” segment to bash SI writer Andy Benoit for his comments about women’s sports. In the segment, they also took some shots at Fox Sports 1. That didn’t sit too well with Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole, who “gently” responded with a takedown of Meyers. Show More Summary