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Amy Poehler and Adam Scott get into their spiffy evening wear to film a scene for their show Parks and Recreation on Thursday (August 28) in Pasadena, Calif. The 42-year-old actress appeared on a recent episode of The Approval Matrix and host Neal Brennan told her that for the modern man, “Being cool is, like, [...]
Welcome to Sweden is NBC’s summer sitcom starring Greg Poehler (Amy’s brother) as a Midwestern accountant named Bruce who moves to Sweden to be with his girlfriend Emma (Josephine Bornebusch). My wife Kristine, who was born and raised...Show More Summary
Amy Poehler speaking truth. A woman was punched in face for telling a man to stop groping her. Fox News hosts defend street harassment: “Let men be men.” In Spain, hundreds of protesters decked city hall with bras after the city’s mayor warned men to be wary of false rape accusations. Australian model Meaghan Kausman slams Fella Swim [...]
"Bang Bang" loses to HAIM in a video off while Hannah Hart tries to figure out if you're gay and Amy Poehler has a serious conversation with Jon Stewart in the corner of this party.
Guys, is it too late for me to be Amy Poehler when I grow up? I won't be twenty-seven until next week, so I feel like there's still time for me to become her completely before I reach adulthood, right? More » Watch Amy Poehler Call Out Male Privilege In The Most Charming Way Possible is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
"We have to deal with all those juxtapositions every day, but I'm glad you're FINALLY experiencing it as a white male."
In this preview clip from next Monday's episode of "The Approval Matrix," Amy Poehler addresses the difficulties men today face with having to be both cool and vulnerable. While struggling to be all things certainly stinks, Poehler had...Show More Summary
For Thursday's big Welcome to Sweden season finale, star Greg Poehler once again enlisted his sister, Parks and Rec's Amy Poehler, to play a douched-up version of herself. In this exclusive sneak preview of the first of two back-to-back episodes, Amy berates Bruce for wanting to return to his fiancé in Sweden. Show More Summary
The Approval Matrix, Sundance's new show inspired by the back-page New York feature that you read before anything else in the magazine, airs its fourth episode next Monday. The panel show, hosted by Neal Brennan, tosses together personalities from different corners of the pop-culture universe while also featuring interviews with... More »
This isn't your typical iPhone leak video, mostly because it isn't one. Second City, the comedy school that lays claim to celebrities like Bill Murray and Amy Poehler, has put out its own video exclusive on the "iPhone 6," perfectlyShow More Summary
Sofia Vergara tells Emmys critics to "lighten up" - Us Weekly Were the Emmys good for women in Hollywood? - HuffPost Celebrity Trouble for Lindsay Lohan - Gossip Girl Amy Poehler was a real winner at the Emmys - Lainey Gossip The biggest...Show More Summary
Onthegreatbiglistofthingstoquibbleaboutfromthe2014EmmyAwards,theAcademy’sselectionsforLeadActorinaDramaandLeadActressinaComedyareway,waydownnearthebottom.BryanCranstonandJuliaLouis-DreyfuswerebothverydeservingforBreakingBadandVeep,rShow More Summary
Seth Meyers kicked off the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards with the traditional comedic monologue. In a perfect world, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler would always host awards shows, but Meyers was entertaining. The Emmys airing on a Monday, the...Show More Summary
From moving speeches to inspired comedy bits—Amy Poehler is Beyoncé!—a round-up of the craziest, funniest, most moving moments from the 2014 Emmy Awards.
She blew him away with one line. It took Golden Globes host Amy Poehler maybe half a second to trump Emmy host Seth Meyer's entire eight-minute monologue — which opened the award show as if it were on C-Span not NBC.
This Emmys is obsessed with the fact that there are movie stars in attendance this year. So, after Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers spent a few minutes introducing Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey, the producers just let the True Detective men do them. The result was a charming as hell... More »
It doesn’t matter if Amy Poehler is hosting a show, walking the red carpet, baking cookies or cleaning the bathroom. She is nearly always the best part of any Hollywood event. After Seth Meyer’s perfectly acceptable opening monologue, he noted that the first presenter was his “friend” and had written the introductory speech herself, leading […]
The Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series goes to Julia Louis-Dreyfus for her role in "Veep." Dreyfus defeated Lena Dunham, Edie Falco, Melissa McCarthy, Amy Poehler, Taylor Schilling for the win. This is her fifth Emmy win overall and third for "Veep." Before taking the stage, Julia Louis-Dreyfus made out with Bryan Cranston. Show More Summary
Seth Meyers opened tonight's Emmy Awards with quite a few jokes about the fact that the ceremony was held on a Monday night rather than a Sunday night before opening things up to the first presenter: none other than Amy Poehler, who handed out the night's first award, for Best...