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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In 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later,' because Bradley Cooper was unable to join in, his character will be played by Adam Scott; new clip explains
Last week, Netflix released the first glimpse of the long-awaited sequel series to the cult classic, showing us how some of our favorite characters have “blossomed” since that fateful and absurd last day at Camp Firewood. All Eight episodes of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later will be available Friday, August 4 on Netflix.
Will Ferrell on new comedy 'The House' pairing him with another former 'SNL' star, role for his 11-year-old son, kissing John Lithgow in 'Daddy's Home 2'
One day after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president, protestors took to the streets of Washington, D.C. — and other cities around the world — in opposition of the reality star's policies not just on women's rights but human rights. While celebrities stayed away from the inauguration, they came out in droves for the Women’s Marches with Amy Schumer, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson, Katy Perry, Amy Poehler, Chelsea Handler, Madonna, Lena Dunham, America Ferrera, and Ashley Judd among those lending their voices to the cause. And, yes, many of them rocked pink pussy hats.
In honor of Halloween, we’re celebrating the best costumes characters have donned in cinema. Starting with Amanda Seyfried in “Mean Girls,” here are five faves.
Amy Poehler is joining forces with comedy legend Carol Burnett for a new ABC show! The pilot focuses on a family moving into their dream home under one condition: the older actress who used to own the place can reside there with them until she dies. Burnett will play the actress, and Michael Saltzman, whose credits include Mad Men, Murphy Brown, and Wings, will write the script. In January of this year, Poehler and Tina Fey presented Burnett with the Screen Actors Guild’s Lifetime Achievement Award and gave the 82 year-old actress a touching tribute, citing her as an important influence on her own comedy, and praising her groundbreaking comedy series, The Carol Burnett Show.
Thelma & Louise is one of the most enduring films of the early 90’s. Ridley Scott’s crime adventure will always be remembered for its feminist message, strong chemistry between stars Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, and fun dialogue. Monroe, who plays Lorelei, a proud gold digger, engaged to the wealthy, yet nerdy, Gus. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is available to rent on Amazon.
There is a myth perpetuated by societal pressures that motherhood is all rainbows and sunshine. But anyone who’s been knee-deep in baby vomit or had a babysitter cancel last minute knows this stuff ain’t easy. So in honor of Mother’s Day, here are some of the best times when celebrity moms got real about the hardships of motherhood.
Sometimes art imitates life and sometimes it goes the other way around — just ask Will Arnett, the star and co-creator of Flaked, a show about a 40-something man named Chip who is struggling with sobriety, a character that is more than loosely based on the star’s real life. The idea for the series came to Arnett in the summer of 2012, when he was in a “tricky place” in his life. Personally, his nine-year marriage to Amy Poehler (which is about a century by Hollywood standards) was coming to an end, as was his sitcom Up All Night.
Tears, overly long speeches, awkward banter between presenters — yes, it’s finally Oscars time! After weeks and weeks (months and months?) of awards season, the movie industry’s biggest night (Hollywood’s Super Bowl) airs Sunday night. Leonardo DiCaprio will likely go home with his first Academy Award, while the Best Picture race is an unpredictable battle among The Big Short, The Revenant, and Spotlight.
Queens of comedy Tina Fey and Amy Poehler return to their old Saturday Night Live stomping grounds this week to host the last episode of 2015. We are not worthy!
When we sat down with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, stars of the new movie Sisters, we wanted them to tell us all the things they could think of that only sisters can do together. Why? So we could have two brothers act them out, of course!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are letting it all hang out in this exclusive (and NSFW) scene above from their upcoming comedy Sisters. It’s the first time they’ve appeared in a movie together since 2008’s Baby Mama.
The latter-day career of Rob Lowe has been defined by the role he took in Amy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation. As Chris Traeger, the assiduously upbeat auditor, Lowe was able to move ever-further away from his Brat Pack past, and infuse his best post-Brat role — Sam Seaborn on The West Wing — with the kind of humor that made him something this skilled but impeccably controlled actor hadn’t brought to full bloom before: Lovability. Now, as Dean Sanderson, Jr. in the season’s funniest fall pilot The Grinder, Lowe is able to broaden out his comedy. If 30 Rock had only been a show about Jenna Maroney, she would have been too, too much, but she was great as a contrast to Liz Lemon.
Netflix decided to revive Wet Hot American Summer as an eight-episode limited series. It’ll take place during the summer before the film (which was set on the last day of Camp Firewood). The actors, now some 15 years older, will be playing slightly younger versions of the characters they played in the original movie.
To get you all packed up and ready for another trip to Camp Firewood, Yahoo TV chatted with creators Michael Showalter and David Wain and came away with seven things to know about your next summer TV binge-watch.
We’re looking back at one of Poehler and Hader’s best 'SNL' team-ups ever: 2008′s “Meet the Family,” with guest host Christopher Walken attending a very Walken-esque family reunion.
The cast of "Parks and Recreation" gathered on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" Tuesday after their series finale aired on NBC. In true Leslie Knope fashion, Amy Poehler had the gang participate in a game where they all said what they liked about each other. And it was very, very sweet.