Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy and Julianne Moore lend their voices to an anti-NRA PSA, but they need the help of stars loved by conservatives.
Suggested by Shaker Drazil: "Who would play you in the movie of your life?"We've done this question before, and I always love it! And my answer remains the obvious choice: Melissa McCarthy.
Mitch Silpa and Ryan Gaul are joining Melissa McCarthy in STXfilms, Brian Henson-directed comedy, The Happytime Murder, which is set in the underbelly of a Los Angeles where puppets and humans co-exist. Two clashing detectives, one human...Show More Summary
Let the little children come unto Sean Spicer, and immediately confuse him with Melissa McCarthy. According to Billy Eichner, himself nominated for hosting Billy on the Street, virtually no one would talk to Sean Spicer after the former White House Press Secretary performed at the Emmys. The lone exception to ... More »
The Ghostbusters live on. Though we may never get a sequel to 2016’s Ghostbusters starring Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, and Leslie Jones, Sony Animation is still moving forward with their animated feature about the ghost hunting team. According to The Hashtag Show, the animated film will be unique in that we will not […]
YES! Only one more sleep until The Real Housewives Of New Jersey are back and ready to brawl on Bravo. Melissa Gorga, Danielle Staub, and newcomer Margaret Josephs stopped by The Jenny McCarthy Show on SiriuxXM Stars this week to dish...Show More Summary
Melissa McCarthy’s role in Bridesmaids earned her an Academy Award nomination in 2012, buoyed by the praise that finally women were being allowed to play crass, impolitic characters. But long before McCarthy’s star-making turn, there was Kaitlin Olson, who as Sweet Dee on FXX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, … Read more...
Watch the trailer for this food-themed mockumentary Years before she became a box office titan and an Emmy award-winning Sean Spicer impersonator, Melissa McCarthy filmed a little indie comedy called Cook-Off! about a bunch of kitchen novices who enter a culinary competition. Show More Summary
Before Melissa McCarthy picked up an Oscar nomination for Bridesmaids and became a box office star — and way before she won an Emmy for going full Spicey — she was in the cast of the ensemble comedy Cook Off, which bowed at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2007. Show More Summary
Reality-show shenanigans mix with the fiery-and-fierce world of competitive baking in the first trailer for Cook Off!
After ten years on the shelf, Melissa McCarthy’s Cook-Off! has a release date and a trailer. The film, which is set in the cutthroat world of competitive cooking, originally premiered quietly at the U.S. Comedy and Arts Festival in 2007, but quickly disappeared from sight. On November 17, though, it ... More »
The mockumentary aims to be the 'Best in Show' for cooking competitions and their oddball contestants.
Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, Diedrich Bader and more star in the mockumentary 'Cook Off!'
Sean Spicer's riding high off his surprise appearance at the Emmy Awards, and while it got him plenty of applause in the room... it did NOT get him a sit-down with Melissa McCarthy. Sean seemed pretty damn happy Monday night as he arrived back in…
Backstage after the Emmys on Sunday night, a reporter asked Alec Baldwin about Sean Spicer’s appearance on stage. In Spicer’s cameo he came out grinning and riding a motorized podium, evoking Melissa McCarthy's impersonation, clearly indicating he was aware of the joke and in on it. Show More Summary
If all you knew of the Emmys was the CBS broadcast, you might think Sean Spicer’s cameo, in which the former White House Communications Director essentially turned himself into Melissa McCarthy’s Saturday Night Live impersonation, went over like gangbusters. Show More Summary
One of the most random moments of Emmys 2017 was definitely Actual Sean Spicer coming out on stage a la Melissa McCarthy, complete with rolling podium, and being the punchline to a joke set up by Stephen Colbert. This moment definitely elicited some mixed reactions, both from the audience in the auditorium, and the viewing audience at home.
Sean Spicer made a surprise appearance at the Emmy awards, hosted by Stephen Colbert, who introduced the former White House Press Secretary as Melissa McCarthy. McCarthy won an Emmy this year for her parody of Spicer on SNL. The reveal...Show More Summary