The "Saturday Night Live" alum is the latest to comment following the show's decision to fire Shane Gillis for racist and homophobic comments.
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Bill Hader was not excited about receiving a framed photo of young "It: Chapter 2" costar Finn Wolfhard.
Jessica Chastain "outs" her "It Chapter Two" costar Jay Ryan as a former clown stripper.
Christmas came early this year, as Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader are here to Deck the Halls in the first trailer for the holiday comedy “Noelle.”Kendrick and Hader both star in the film as Santa Claus’s kids. But when the pressure of becoming the next Santa becomes all too much for Hader’s character Nick and he runs off, his younger sister Noelle must step up, search the globe for her brother and work to save the Christmas season.It isn’t Christmas without Santa’s sister. Watch the new trailer for Noelle, streaming November 12 only on DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/TsxYaU1OyC— Disney+ (@disneyplus) August 24, 2019Kingsley Ben-Adir, Billy Eichner, Julie Hagerty and Shirley MacLaine also star in the festive film that’s directed and written by Marc Lawrence, best known as the screenwriter of “Miss Congeniality.”Also Read: Anna Kendrick-Paul Feig Rom-Com Series 'Love Life' Adds 4 to Cast at HBO Max“Noelle” was completed and initially slated for a theatrical release in November of this year, but last year it was then pulled from the release schedule and moved to the new streaming platform Disney+. It will now be one of the many original titles, both film and series, that the Mouse House is debuting on the first day of the platform’s launch on Nov. 12.Disney is also debuting several other trailers and new projects at their annual D23 conference taking place in Anaheim this weekend. Check out the first trailer for “Noelle” above.Read original story Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader Are Santa’s Helpers in ‘Noelle’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
A just-released trailer for the highly-anticipated sequel to the 2017 blockbuster — based on Stephen King’s beloved 1986 novel — offers a small taste of the bloodshed that’s in store when the grown-up Losers return to Derry, Maine, to face off against their childhood nemesis, Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård). One of those Losers is Jessica Chastain, who is definitely a winner when it comes to the cast member that spent the most time in the sticky red stuff. Speaking at San Diego Comic-Con — where the trailer had its world premiere — the Oscar-nominated actress described a scene that required her to be covered in blood up to, and over, her head.
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HBO has renewed “Barry” for a third season, the network said on Wednesday.The pickup comes two episodes into the Bill Hader-led series’ second season, which premiered on March 31.“Barry” stars Hader in the title role as a depressed, low-rent hitman from the Midwest who finds himself drawn into a community of acting students while on a job in Los Angeles.Also Read: NoHo Hank Was Supposed to Die in 'Barry' Pilot, Bill Hader Says: 'We'd Be Insane to Kill That Guy.'In the second season, Barry is attempting to untangle himself from the world of contract killing and fully immerse himself in acting. But while Barry has eliminated many of the external factors that pushed him towards violence, he soon discovers they weren’t the only forces at play. What is it about his own psyche that led him to become a killer in the first place?“Barry” also stars Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, Anthony Carrigan, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, D’Arcy Carden and Henry Winkler. The HBO comedy won three Emmys for its first season, including acting wins for Hader and Winkler.“Barry” was created by Hader and “Silicon Valley’s” Alec Berg, who also executive produce, with Aida Rodgers as co-executive producer. On Tuesday, the series was among the nominees for this year’s Peabody Awards in the entertainment category.Read original story HBO Renews Bill Hader’s ‘Barry’ for Season 3 At TheWrap
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Nicki Minaj has joined "The Angry Birds Movie 2," Variety has learned exclusively. The Sony Animation sequel hits theaters on Aug. 16, 2019. Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Bill Hader, Danny McBride, and Peter Dinklage will all reprise their roles from the first film. They are joined by Leslie Jones, Rachel Bloom, Awkwafina, Sterling K. Brown, Eugenio Derbez, […]
Bill Hader and Conan got together to review "God of War," though they may have spent more time ad-libbing than playing the game.
With Jessica Chastain officially on board “It: Chapter 2,” New Line has now begun to zero in on who will play the rest of the Losers Club with James McAvoy and Bill Hader in talks to join the next installment. Sources tell Variety that McAvoy is in talks for the role of Bill, who was played by […]
Bill Hader brought back his most famous character as he returned to host "Saturday Night Live." Watch the week's best sketches — and learn why that John Mulaney cameo was so special.
In addition to being one of Saturday Night Live’s most popular cast members for eight seasons, Bill Hader was also the show’s resident movie buff. Now, with the help of some of his old SNL buddies, Hader is preparing to teach a master class in (fake) non-fiction filmmaking as the star of the new IFC series, Documentary Now!. Hader shares the screen with Fred Armisen, while Studio 8H vets Seth Meyers, Rhys Thomas, and Alex Buono run things behind the camera.
Judd Apatow brought Trainwreck to the South by Southwest Film Festival as a “work in progress.” Yeah, he’s probably not going to have to change much. Sunday night’s premiere of the comedy, written by and starring Amy Schumer in her first major movie role, had the capacity Austin crowd in stitches. The early consensus is that Trainwreck marks Apatow’s best comedy in years.