The 39th annual Razzie Awards hat-tipping the year's not-so-great in movies are in, with Sony's Sherlock Holmes parody Holmes & Watson, Melissa McCarthy's turns in two movies not her Oscar-nominated one in Can You Ever Forgive Me? and even President Donald Trump among those getting dinged by the group. Holmes & Watson, which bowed in December, was especially razzed, named the year's Worst Picture, Worst Remake, Rip-off or Sequel, Worst Director for Etan Cohen and Worst…
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Kellyanne Conway will tell how she finds Kate McKinnon's SNL impression of her funny in a new gossip series with the former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Spicer has signed a contract for a series of episodes on D.C. insiders with 'Extra', with the likes of Conway, Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Mike Pompeo. Spicer served a short but memorable stint as Donald Trump's press man before being replaced by Anthony Scaramucci in March 2017. In a preview of the show Conway told him the SNL skit 'Kellyanne Conway's Day Off' was 'really, really funny' as they portrayed her hectic life, squeezing in yoga, time with the kids and shopping while constantly getting interrupted by work. When asked how
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Only “Extra's” special correspondent, former White House press secretary Sean Spicer caught up with counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway to talk about how her life has changed since she started working in the White House. Kellyanne, who was behind the scenes for decades, but is now a household name, said, "It has changed my life because I didn't ask for that and I didn't expect it. It wasn't like I hired an agent and said… 'I want to be in a Hollywood movie.'” Spicer and Conway have both been portrayed on “Saturday Night Live,” and Conway shared how seeing herself in the skits makes her feel. “Well, Kate McKinnon plays me… she's 15 years younger than me, so I'll take it,” Kellyanne said.
'Holmes & Watson' won four awards at the annual Razzies, including worst picture, while Donald Trump and Melissa McCarthy also took multiple "honors."