One of the TV hits of last season was TBS’s new show, Search Party. As a comedy, it stretched across genres as Dory (Alia Shawkat) led her friends on a search for their missing friend Chantal (Clare McNulty). By the end, it got very dark, complete with existential angst and a possible murder. Show More Summary
Tomorrow's the big day, friends! Sometime on Saturday, Ryan Edwards and Mackenzie Standifer will promise to leave each other for always, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death (or another Tinder scandal) do them...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has acquired Arranged Marriage, a spec script feature comedy by Modern Family exec producer Vali Chandrasekaran. The premise is almost a reverse of The Big Sick. After decades of repeating the relationship mistakes...Show More Summary
And looks generally charming doing it.
The Variety Studio: Actors on Actors, presented by Google Home, kicked off this weekend and lots of big stars were in attendance! Jessica Chastain (Molly’s Game) spoke with Holly Hunter (The Big Sick), Diane Kruger (In The Fade) spoke with Hong Chau (Downsizing), Laurie Metcalf (Lady Bird) spoke with Richard Jenkins (The Shape of Water), [...]
Riding to the Governors Awards on Saturday night, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon — the husband and wife who created the semi-autobiographical hit comedy “The Big Sick” — were talking about random encounters they’ve had in the early stages of this awards season. Nanjiani, the gifted comic who...
Zoe Kazan looks great in her mini dress while attending a screening of Call Me By Your Name on Friday night (November 10) in Hollywood. The 34-year-old The Big Sick actress was joined at the AFI Fest screening by one of the film’s stars Timothee Chalamet, as well as her pal Morgan Saylor. Zoe took [...]
We tend to think that society is progressive, liberal, and open-minded. But then again, interracial and intercultural marriages are still... The post The Big Sick – A Modern Day Awkward Version of Romeo & Juliet appeared first on Lifehack. Show More Summary
The West's big wildfires are undermining decades of progress in cleaning the air.
Sick of dull NFL games where teams plod up and down the field with all the life and verve of a kid being ordered to go clean his room? Then friend, Week 9 in the NFL was the week for you. We had three, count ’em, three big ol’ fights resulting in five ejections. Show More Summary
The Big Sick co-writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon didn’t initially set out to tell the story of their real-life relationship on film. “I actually was writing it on my own,” Nanjiani said at Deadline’s Contenders event in Los...Show More Summary
This month, Zoe Kazan — who’s already starred this year in The Big Sick with Kumail Nanjiani, as well as making an appearance on HBO’s The Deuce — accomplished a personal first: She wrote a well-received post-apocalyptic play, After the Blast, that stars Cristin Milioti and, not incidentally, a surprisingly adorable, partially fur-covered robot named Arthur. ... More »
The Big Sick is definitely a romantic comedy, but this film handles tackles the approach of your typical rom-com unlike any you've seen before. The post The Big Sick Blu-Ray Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Thursday night football, season 1 of FALLING WATER and the indie film THE BIG SICK are all coming to Amazon Prime in November 2017. And if you’re a James Bond fan, expect to settle down to watch several films beginning November 1. Read on for everything that will be available this month on the streaming […]
If you’re looking for a great rom-com: The Big SickIt’s weird to call a movie about a medically induced coma one of the most delightful films of the year, but The Big Sick contains multitudes. Based on the real-life romance of star Kumail Nanjiani and writer Emily V. Gordon, the ... More »
On Friday night’s episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rebecca Bunch’s wisecracking roommate Heather is dragged into the spotlight: After spending eight years in community college, she finally has to graduate. Crazy-Ex being the oddball musical series that it is, this means that Heather has to participate in an inspirational musical number, ... More »
Kumail Nanjiani — who wrote and starred in The Big Sick, released this summer — technically made his second appearance on SNL last night. In 2008, the Pakistan-born actor had a part in the James Franco-hosted episode of the series as an “Indian reporter.” But last night was Nanjiani’s time to shine. His comedy style […]
Kumail Nanjiani, whose affecting and hilarious film The Big Sick has turned him into an Oscar contender, brought his stand-up experience to Saturday Night Live. During a sharp monologue, Nanjiani discussed race and religion. "Islamophobia is on the rise. Show More Summary
Last night Kumail Nanjiani, comedian and star of The Big Sick, riffed on an extremely sensitive topic affecting a lot of people: the return of Will & Grace to NBC. “Islamophobia is kind of like Will & Grace, you know? It was huge a while ago, and then we thought it ... More »
First off, SNL deserves kudos for asking Kumail Nanjiani to host. This summer saw his rom-com The Big Sick blow up, but he’s been proving himself for years as a stand-up, on HBO’s Silicon Valley, and in sketch shows such as Portlandia. He’s a dynamic straight man, whose wry sarcasm ... More »