The original Wet Hot American Summer cast was full of budding stars, as talents such as Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks, H. Jon Benjamin, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Meloni, and Paul Rudd were among the huge ensemble when the film arrived in 2001. Show More Summary
Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Elizabeth Banks and Paul Rudd lead the cast of Netflix's 'Wet Hot American Summer' TV show. [...]
Before we start, The A.V. Club would just like to say the teaser you’re about to see sucks dick. Seriously though, all it does is confirm that cast members from the original Wet Hot American Summer, including Elizabeth Banks, Michael...Show More Summary
Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, and Bradley Cooper are all returning to Camp Firewood.
Below is transcript of the Mercantile Bank Corp. (NASDAQ:MBWM)’s 4th Quarter 2014 Earnings Result Conference Call, held on January 20, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. EST. Castine Capital Management, Elizabeth Park Capital Management and Renaissance Technologies was among Mercantile Bank Corp. Show More Summary
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is worried about more than big banks. She's got Big Pharma in her sights too. On Thursday, the Massachusetts Democrat announced a new bill, the Medical Innovation Act, which she says would address two major problems: dwindling government investment in medical research and illegal practices by major pharmaceutical companies. Show More Summary
The micro-budget indie stars Elizabeth Banks and opens today in theaters and video on-demand.
Led by Elizabeth Warren, this week progressive Democrats and the American people scored an unusual victory over Wall Street, Too Big To Fail Banks, and corporate Democrats. Wall Street investment banker Antonio Weiss--President Obama's...Show More Summary
An industrial accident is the catalyst for much mopey soul-searching in Sara Colangelo’s tedious feature debut. The setting is an economically depressed West Virginia town where the residents are still reeling from a coal mine collapse that killed 10 men. Show More Summary
Wet Hot American Summer failed to hit it big at the box office, yet it has lived on in the world of pop culture, achieving total cult hit status over the last 14 years. Elizabeth Banks and Bradley Cooper both made their big-screen debuts...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: In a competitive situation, Tom Rothman’s TriStar has acquired the rights to Dirty Rush, the scathing comic novel that S&S division Gallery Books publishes this month. Brownstone Productions' Elizabeth Banks & Max Handelman will produce what is being called Mean Girls in a sorority house. Show More Summary
On his late night show, Conan O'Brien got into the politics of girl crushes vs. guy crushes and the semantic differences between guy crushes, man crushes, boy crushes, and bromances. During the discussion, guest Elizabeth Banks suggested that her husband...
You Say You Want A Four-Hour NC-17 Sequel To WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER Starring Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Janeane Garofalo, Elizabeth Banks, Chris Meloni, Jon Benjamin And The Rest Of The Original Cast?? Read the full article...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Wet Hot American Summer made $17,000 in its opening weekend in theaters, on its way to a $292,000 domestic haul, the very definition of a flop. That was 2001, when Bradley Cooper and Elizabeth Banks were struggling to break...Show More Summary
It was just announced that 2001 feature comedy film Wet Hot American Summer will be returning as an eight-episode series on Netflix! The original cast of the film will be coming back for the series, such as Elizabeth Banks, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Molly Shannon, H. Jon Benjamin, Michael Ian Black, Judah Friedlander, [...]
Looks like it was a perfect pitch for the producers of the Pitch Perfect pics. Hunger Games star Elizabeth Banks and hubby Max Handelman's Brownstone Productions have signed a two-year first look with Universal, the studio announced today. Show More Summary
So why did Elizabeth Warren lose her battle last month to stop banks from continuing to park $7 trillion notional value of risky derivatives like the credit defaults swaps in taxpayer-backstopped depositaries? One of the less well-recognized reasons is that the CBO's dubious analysis said it would not cost taxpayers a dime.
Modern Family will once again feature two familiar spices: Sal and Pepper. Elizabeth Banks and Nathan Lane are slated to
Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Hart, Kobe Bryant, Elizabeth Banks, and more celebrities are saddened by the death of ESPN anchor Stuart Scott.
The 2009 crisis made radical reform possible. But Obama's competent response let the big banks duck real change