Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis and the cast of "Happiest Season" talk acclaimed new holiday rom-com.
The New Flesh podcast, in conjunction with Yahoo Entertainment, immersed itself in Nightstream’s freaky offerings and emerged with this list of nine upcoming horror movies that you’ll definitely want to see.
Aubrey Plaza hosted the 2020 Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday and, of course, her opening was full of jokes that poked fun at not only attendees but bigger issues plaguing the world.Plaza started her hosting gig with a skit that showed her in the dressing room, having a meltdown before the start of the awards show. Judy Garland (also played by Plaza) suddenly appeared, giving her advice in typical Garland fashion.“Scorsese is doing films for Netflix, Sandler is doing dramas!” Plaza’s Garland said, poking fun at the state of independent film.Also Read: Independent Spirit Awards 2020: Willem Dafoe Wins Best Supporting MaleThen, after a brief make-out session with Garland, Plaza went on stage to sing a rendition of Garland’s “Get Happy,” before she called out individual attendees like Jennifer Lopez, Adam Sandler, Idina Menzel and Renée Zellweger.Later, Plaza and Michael Shannon parodied “The Lighthouse,” which starred Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. In the skit, the duo played lighthouse keepers who just don’t get along, and when Plaza sees Shannon writing something in his log and asks him what he’s writing, Shannon tells her, “Nautical things.” She grabs the log and sees that he clearly didn’t like her opening monologue — and he especially didn’t like that she called out Shia LaBeouf and his career in her opening. Seagull and farting jokes were aplenty.See Plaza’s best jokes below.1\. Garland told Plaza before she went on stage: “Do something they’ll enjoy, not your spooky ‘Sabrina the Teenage B—-‘ thing!”2\. “What do we have to be happy about? Look at all the disasters we have to deal with: pollution, trash in the ocean, ‘Cats’ in theaters! Meow!”3\. “Some of you came from other neighborhoods in Los Angeles for this!”4\. “Willem Dafoe, I love you and I’m so glad that after years of looking like a 19th-century lighthouse keeper, you finally got to play one!”Also Read: Aubrey Plaza to Return as Host of 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards5\. “The guy who runs Netflix is here, Ted Sarandos! Sorry, Ted, but I am going to scroll right past you and find more interesting people to talk about. No offense, but you started it!”6\. “Jennifer Lopez is here. You just performed at the Super Bowl last weekend. What did you do, Mary Kay Place? You lazy sack of s—! Just kidding, you’re a national treasure. Nicolas Cage, you are a national treasure, too! Sorry, I said that wrong — you were in ‘National Treasure 2.'”7. “I’m hosting the second most important show of the weekend. The Independent Spirit Awards are so much cooler than the Oscars: it’s the daytime when we’re at the beach, we recognize female directors — all two of them! I am so proud of how diverse this show is. JLo and I are super hot Puerto Ricans! I mention that because Puerto Rico is kind of like an independent film: beautiful, not enough people have seen it and its financing is always falling through.”8\. “Today isn’t about Scarlett Johansson being with men who don’t deserve her. It’s about independent film!”9\. “I won’t sing again. I might pole dance only to show JLo how it’s done.”10\. “Next, we celebrate the success of ‘Honeyland,’ by releasing 100,000 bees into the tent! NO!!!!”11\. “Our next presenter is Hollywood royalty and a legend in independent film — I wanna scream like an unhinged maniac but that’s more his thing — Nicolas Cage, everyone!”12\. “And here to present the Best Feature… ugh. It’s always weird to see your ex in public. The producer and star of ‘The Irishman,’ Robert De Niro!”Read original story Independent Spirit Awards 2020: Aubrey Plaza’s Best Jokes At TheWrap
The filmmakers behind the upcoming remake of the 1988 horror favorite made sure that the 2019 Chucky still has some 20th century DNA inside his plastic body. Rather than render him as a digital creation like so many contemporary bad guys, the production team made sure there was a physical doll on set menacing the film’s cast.
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Aubrey Plaza has just wrapped her more-than-a-little-insane turn on FX series Legion, and for her next starring role, she’ll dive into what appears to be equally bonkers territory on the big screen in Ingrid Goes West. In it, Plaza plays a young woman who decides to head to California to spend some (uninvited) time with her favorite social media star (Elizabeth Olsen). It’s a timely take on online obsession and identity that promises some seriously unhinged dramedy via its first, NSFW red-band trailer (watch it above). In the clip, Ingrid (Plaza) decides — after feverishly consuming, and liking, the online posts of a soon-to-be-married acquaintance — to crash those nuptials (and mace the bride for not inviting her to the event).
Adorable puppies don’t need much selling, but the pair took a few liberties in describing the canines’ skill sets. “Ace can talk but chooses not to as a form of protest against wage inequality,” Aubrey said.
For those of you who were thinking there aren’t enough superheroes on TV, you are in luck, because FX premiered “Legion,” a new series from the Marvel Universe. David was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, so most of his life has been spent in and out of mental hospitals, which is where he met his buddy Lenny, played beautifully by Aubrey Plaza, and his girlfriend, Syd Barrett, who is special like David.
Aubrey Plaza swings both ways. The Parks and Rec alum told The Advocate during a recent interview that she’s bisexual.
You’d expect a young actress who’s starring in "Nick and Dave Need Wedding Dates" to have a party surrounded by famous co-stars, but she had quite the opposite.
Raunchier tease for summer comedy starring Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick, Adam DeVine, and Aubrey Plaza
The first trailer for Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates makes the crass summer comedy look like a Frankenstein’s Monster of recent drunken goofball classics. Think Wedding Crashers meets Bridesmaids, with characters from Neighbors and Comedy Central’s Workaholics — which, taken together, is a pretty potent brew. The movie, written and directed by Funny or Die vet Jake Syzmanski, stars Zac Efron and Adam DeVine as two wild and crazy bros who must find dates to their sister’s wedding (the title of the movie is pretty expository).
The 'Downton Abbey,' 'Parks and Recreation' and 'Fargo' alums join previously cast Rachel Keller (also from 'Fargo') in the Noah Hawley drama pilot.
The first trailer for the Robert De Niro-Zac Efron spring-break comedy Dirty Grandpa is here (above), and it definitely sets today’s record for things we never expected to see, in a movie or otherwise. In Dirty Grandpa, Efron plays Jason, an uptight dude about to get hitched.