Melissa McCarthy’s Life of the Party is getting even livelier. The college-set comedy production, which will be directed by McCarthy’s husband, Ben Falcone, has already taken on Maya Rudolph, Gillian Jacobs, Matt Walsh, and Jacki Weaver, and now The Hollywood Reporter adds that Modern Family’s Julie Bowen will be joining ... More »
New weekly show debuts Sept. 7 with special guest Maya Rudolph.
Tenacious D's annual music & comedy festival will also see performances this year from Sarah Silverman, Maya Rudolph and Garfunkel and Oates. [ more › ]
It's not "Bridesmaids 2," but it's the next best thing: Maya Rudolph is set to reunite with her "Bridesmaids" costar Melissa McCarthy in the latter actress's newest project. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rudolph has just signed on to join "Life of the Party," in which she'll play McCarthy's neurotic best friend. Show More Summary
Get out of here, Martin Short: It's time for Maya & Melissa to work that alliterative mojo. Maya Rudolph has joined Life of the Party, Melissa McCarthy's next project, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Rudolph will play McCarthy's "neurotic best friend" in the college-set movie, which is being compared to ... More »
She's one half of Prince tribute act Princess with actress/comedian Maya Rudolph, but as a solo artist Gretchen Lieberum is Sargent.
Benji Douglas reviews SNL's satirical reprise of Melania Trump's speech. The post Maya Rudolph’s ‘Melania Trump Eating Diamonds’ More Relevant Than Ever appeared first on The Good Men Project.
For many of us, last night was the first time we heard from Melania Trump, the woman Donald plucked from a wriggling basket to marry after growing bored of his previous conquests. Who is this lady? Well as is so often the case, the truth is not as much fun as the myths perpetuated by [...]
Maya Rudolph has just performed an a cappella cover of Robyn’s iconic “Call Your Girlfriend,” according to Entertainment Weekly. But to do it properly, the 43-year-old actress invited Emma Stone to help her do the cover. Extra, Extra:...Show More Summary
23 WAYS. Why it’s time to take action to heal the long history of systemic racism in America. “Using real-life examples, the video simply but devastatingly presents 23 separate ways that innocent black lives have been taken by police. Org… Read The post John Waters, Grand Theft Auto Gay Pride, Theresa May, Maya Rudolph, 23 Ways, Gus Kenworthy: NEWS appeared first on Towleroad.
Remember five years ago when those delightful Swedes made cheating seem lovely thanks to beautiful harmonies and thumping butter tubs? Well, it’s back – minus the Swedes. Maya Rudolph and Emma Stone tried their – expertly timed rhythmic...Show More Summary
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It's like a scene straight out of Pitch Perfect! On Tuesday night's season finale of Maya & Marty, Maya Ruldoph enlisted Emma Stone's help on a passion project YEARS in the making! Video: See Emma & Ryan Gosling In The First Trailer For La La Land! The Bridesmaids alum revealed that she saw a Swedish group called Erato [...]
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The Urban Dictionary definition of "slay" is, "Killed it. Succeeded in something amazing." We would like to officially include Emma Stone and Maya Rudolph's pictures with this definition. On Maya & Marty, Stone joined Rudolph in an a capella version of Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend." They used only one instrument: butter tubs. Show More Summary
The a cappella rendition of “Call Your Girlfriend” by Swedish group Erato that Maya Rudolph and Emma Stone are paying homage to came out in 2011, but I’m glad it has finally reached the states. Read more...
Always up for a quirky good time, Emma Stone showed up at the new NBC variety series “Maya & Marty” last night (July 12) where she showed off yet another one of her seemingly endless talents. While chatting with host Maya Rudolph, the...Show More Summary
What could be better than two lovely ladies hanging out with butter tubs? Answer: those two ladies covering Robyn. Emma Stone and Maya Rudolph did just that, with a delightful performance of Robyn's "Call Your Girlfriend." Stone joined...Show More Summary
Last night was the season finale of Maya and Marty on NBC, and Oscar nominee Emma Stone was among the guests for the big occasion. And, in the process, she and Maya Rudolph ended up singing the cutest duet ever. Watch the video here...