BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 09, 2015
If you’ve been wondering how to keep things both classy and sassy while hosting an awards ceremony, good news: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are sharing the inside scoop.
These soon-to-be three-time hosts gave us a peek at their plans for this weekend's ceremony in this cute video. In it, they ponder how to pronounce the tricky phrase ‘Golden Globes’ and question how to keep their 'it factor' fresh—and they also reveal a shocking secret about the mysterious inner-workings of the Hollywood Foreign Press. Read More
Ever wonder what someone is really thinking? Well, Disney Pixar's new film "Inside Out" gives audiences a chance to find out.
The adorable two minute trailer follows a preteen's reaction to the awful, eye-rolling question, "How was school?" The film adheres to parental stereotypes such as the rational mother whose inner thoughts reveal her regret for passing up on a Brazilian pilot, while her absentminded, sports oriented husband remains inattentive.
The movie looks hilarious and includes comedic queens, Amy Poehler and Mindy Kaling as voices for the characters Joy and Disgust. Read More
BY Natalia Hadjigeorgiou
on Nov 11, 2014
c/o: Ruven Afanador for EW
It’s been an entire decade since Mean Girls was released! The anniversary called for a reunion of the Plastics and their “drug dealing” teacher, Ms. Norbury in Entertainment Weekly. The cast revealed some interesting secrets about the movie.
1. Cady Wanted to Play Regina and Regina Wanted to Play Cady
Lindsay Lohan had just finished filming Freaky Friday and was in the midst of filming Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. In those movies, Lohan had not played the cool girl and wanted a change. Read More
BY Julia Zdrojewski
on Oct 28, 2014
In a promotional blitz for her new book “Yes Please," everyone’s favorite funny-girl Amy Poehler stopped by The Howard Stern Show yesterday to discuss sex-tips, divorce and a possible date she once went on with John Stamos. She thinks.
Poehler, who separated from actor Will Arnett in 2012, said that she met Stamos for dinner and drinks, before realizing that perhaps she was on a date with the actual Uncle Jesse Katsopolis from Full House (watch out, Aunt Becky). Read More
BY Andrea Stopa
on Sep 10, 2014
To be completely honest, Joan Rivers was never my favorite comedienne. Her hard-hitting jokes, told mostly at the expense of famous others (when they weren’t at her own expense) were too sharp-tongued for my taste. I thought of Rivers as overly venomous, sometimes tactless, and largely inappropriate.
It wasn’t until I heard of her passing that I realized my latent admiration. In fact, it was the very dislike of her comedy that caused me to like her most; she didn’t care if you liked what she was saying, she was going to say it anyway. Read More