Last week, she costarred opposite Max Greenfield (New Girl) in the ensemble About Alex, a Big Chill-inspired dramedy that follows a group of college friends who gather after one of them attempts suicide. Chris Pratt (who plays her on-screen husband on NBC’s Parks and Recreation) I just want him all to myself, and now I feel like the whole world is let in on the secret brilliance of Chris Pratt…. I make sure there’s nothing in his teeth. Max Greenfield (who plays her frenemy Josh in About Alex) Max Greenfield is a f—-ing nightmare to work with, and I’m appalled by his on-set behavior, and his off-set antics.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's The Nest is shaping up to be even more of a Saturday Night Live reunion. Maya Rudolph is joining Fey and Poehler in the Universal comedy. They decide to throw one final rager in the house, which turns into a cathartic experience for a bunch of ground-down adults. Rudolph was an SNL cast member from 2000-07, working for most of that period alongside Poehler and Fey. Paula Pell, also an SNL alum, wrote the screenplay for The Nest. In addition, Rudolph has landed a starring role opposite Catherine Keener in the indiedrama The Greens Are Gone. PHOTOS 40 Wild Years of The Groundlings Rudolph will first shoot The Nest before moving to the Boston set of Greens Are Gone.
Are You Here Exclusive Trailer Zach Galifianakis Owen Wilson Amy Poehler Matthew Weiner Matthew Weiner knows a thing or two about dysfunctional families: In his early years, he wrote for The Sopranos, and as the creator of Mad Men, he’s spent the last seven years chronicling the Drapers, one of the most perpetually at-odds clans in TV history. So it’s not surprising that for his big-screen directing debut, Are You Here — which stars Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, and Amy Poehler — Weiner chose once again to focus on the family. But Mad Men fans who watch the trailer for You Are Here (which you can see exclusively above) might be surprised to find out that Weiner’s latest effort is, in fact, a comedy. Weiner wrote the script for Are You Here over a decade ago — well before Mad Men took off — and spent years trying to convince Owen Wilson to play Steve, a womanizing weatherman who tries to help his unhinged best friend Ben (Galifianakis) deal with his father’s death.