Sarah Silverman is "very proud of my character being a Disney princess with a human waist" in "Ralph Breaks the Internet."
Jamie Foxx was born to make people laugh; so was Sarah Silverman. But as the two entertainers share in the revealing latest installment of Off Script, Foxx’s interview series presented exclusively on Yahoo Entertainment, both had similar early-career horror stories about being told they’d never make it.
GQ decided to go in for a ferocious bit of trolling in its new recent comedy issue, releasing a cover that lampoons the much-maligned cover of Vanity Fair’s January Hollywood issue. The GQ cover features comedians gown-wearing Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae and Sarah Silverman in a mangled mess of obviously PhotoShopped limbs — and bears a striking similarity to the Vanity Fair mashup of Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman earlier this year that seemed to show an extra leg.
Americans might be heavily divided, but comedians Sarah Silverman and Kumail Nanjiani proved on Thursday that it’s still possible to argue about the issues of the day without descending into a political fight club.
Disney broke the Internet Friday at the D23 Expo when it showed footage for the upcoming film Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 that revealed the sequel would unite many of its most famous animated princesses. Backstage, Yahoo Movies talked to a handful of the women behind the famous voices — Mandy Moore (Rapunzel in Tangled), Paige O’Hara (Belle in Beauty and the Beast), Anika Noni Rose (Tiana in The Princess and the Frog), Kelly Macdonald (Merida in Brave), Auli’i Cravalho (Moana), Jodi Benson (Ariel in The Little Mermaid), Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), and Linda Larkin (Jasmine in Aladdin) — about the unexpected revelation and how it all came together.
Sarah Silverman and Michael Sheen have been keeping a low profile since he announced he'd returned to Wales, but Silverman has posted some new photos of them together.
FBI Director James Comey testified in a hearing before the House intelligence committee on Monday, March 20. The hearing’s featured witnesses included Comey and Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency.
Sometimes stars prove to be their own biggest fans. Not only do they pose with their likeness (twinning!), they have someone take their photo while they’re doing it, and then share it with their millions of followers. You can’t say they don’t have healthy egos! See the photos…
November always conjures up memories of your favorite and not-so-favorite relatives gathering together for Thanksgiving dinner, watching football, and, of course, the tryptophan coma that ensues from gorging on a Bacchanalian feast.
The opening night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was characterized by a mixture of defensiveness, self-righteousness, and whininess.
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, guest Sarah Silverman was on to promote her new film I Smile Back. But after that, it was all games, including the word game “Word Sneak” where each participant is given a secret word that they have to work into conversation, hopefully seamlessly. It started by Jimmy asking Sarah if she had made any New Year’s resolutions, and that was the last time the conversation made any sense. Here’s a sample:
Sarah Silverman dropped by Watch What Happens Live on Thursday and told host Andy Cohen about two pretty big missed opportunities she’s had in her career. When she was asked about turning down parts in Mad Men and Bridesmaids, Silverman explained, “I 100 percent didn’t turn down roles, I turned down an opportunity to even audition. John Hamm called me when he got the part for Mad Men and said, ‘You should audition for this pilot.’ And I go, ‘Uh, I’m not going to audition for a show on AMC. What is that, an old movie channel?’” As for Kristen Wiig’s much-beloved comedy, Silverman said, “I got the script for Bridesmaids, and I just read the title and was like, ‘Screw that.