Fifteen years after a modest first film role, Patrick Schwarzenegger continues to climb Hollywood ranks.
Amy Poehler directs and co-stars in "Moxie," a comedic drama about high school females rising up against sexism.
The hosts spend a portion of the show's intro to acknowledge the controversy over the Globes' parent organization's lack of diversity.
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Fey and Amy Poehler are returning to host the Golden Globes amid the pandemic.
Five years after the series finale, the cast of "Parks and Recreation" reunited Thursday night to raise money for Feeding America with a special episode.
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The former "Arrested Development" star spoke to pal Dax Shepard about fans taking sides after his 2012 split from Poehler.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are returning to host the Golden Globes in 2021. The announcement was made by NBC Entertainment Chairman Paul Telegdy during the network’s day at the Television Critics Association Tour in Pasadena. They replace Ricky Gervais, who hosted this year. It marks the return of Fey and Poehler, who hosted the […]
Rami Malek's attempt to help out Rachel Brosnahan and her husband at the Golden Globes resulted in a narrowly avoided debacle.
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Amy Poehler, Issa Rae, Elizabeth Debicki and Cathy Schulman are among the honorees for the 2019 Women in Film Annual Gala, Women in Film Los Angeles announced Thursday.The awards reception will take place on June 12 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills and will be hosted by actress Xosha Roquemore. Formerly named the Crystal + Lucy Awards, the annual benefit supports WIF LA’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity for women throughout the industry.“SNL” and “Parks and Recreation” star Poehler, who can currently be seen in Netflix’s “Wine Country,” will receive the Women in Film Entrepreneur in Entertainment Award. “Insecure” star Rae is receiving the Emerging Entrepreneur Award. Debicki, who starred in last year’s “Widows” and “The Tale,” will receive the Max Mara Face of the Future Award. And finally, Welle Entertainment CEO Schulman, who produced this year’s “Five Feet Apart” and the upcoming “Otherhood,” will receive the Crystal Award for Advocacy in Entertainment.Also Read: WGA Study Finds Women Make Up Less Than One-Fourth of All TV Showrunners“We set out to pivot the event to highlight community, advocacy, and entrepreneurship, and are thrilled by this year’s honorees, whose collective body of work truly embodies those values. These extraordinarily talented women demonstrate a lifelong commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and support for the next generation of rising talent,” the gala co-chairs Amy Baer, Esther Chang, Hannah Minghella and Talitha Watkins said in a statement.This year’s Women In Film gala will also debut new awards honoring women whose entrepreneurial strides are creating opportunities for more women to succeed in careers in the screen industries. The Member’s Choice Award, which is also a new prize for 2019, will focus on female directors and highlight narrative features with a U.S. theatrical release in 2018.All WIF LA members can cast their votes for eligible films, and the winner will be announced onstage at the Gala. Additionally, ReFrame, a collaborative initiative of WIF LA and Sundance Institute, will introduce the ReFrame Rise Directors Program at the event.Also Read: Watch Diane Warren and Marisa Corvo Perform 'I'll Fight' From 'RBG' (Video)Last year’s honorees included Brie Larson, Channing Dungey, Alexandra Shipp, Nova Wav, Frances McDormand and the women of “Black Panther.”The Women In Film Annual Gala is presented by sponsor Max Mara for the 17th year. The event is designed and produced by Carleen Cappelletti of Anchor Street Collective.Read original story Women in Film to Honor Amy Poehler, Issa Rae, Elizabeth Debicki, Cathy Schulman at 2019 Gala At TheWrap
Fox has ordered 13 episodes of animated family comedy “Duncanville” from Amy Poehler and married couple Mike and Julie Scully. Poehler will voice two characters on the series, which also stars Rashida Jones and Wiz Khalifa. Poehler will provide the voice of Duncan and his high-strung mom, Annie, who is constantly trying to prevent her son from ruining his life.
Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler reunited for a classic SNL segment to take up a recent tweet from former FBI Director James Comey.
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