Disney has been baiting us for some time now with promotional photographs and trailers in order to whet our appetites for the live-action Beauty and the Beast. Now we have a clip of Emma Watson—Belle—singing the opening song by the same name.
The occasional distraction in the form of quality entertainment can be very sustaining. Some of our finest comedy ladies are answering the call.
Carol Burnett is blessing us all again with her presence, and her new show will actually do her justice, because fellow red-haired comedian Amy Poehler is at the helm.
Tina Fey is weary of folks acting like she should be grateful for the small strides comedy has made towards gender equity, and we all continue to be weary of people requesting cookies for doing what they’re supposed to do.
Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones, who both starred on NBC’s Parks and Recreation, are returning to the network with two new comedies. According to the Hollywood Reporter, NBC has ordered pilots for two shows executively produced by both women.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned to Saturday Night Live last night, likely making for the most watchable episode of the season. Fittingly, the pair revisited some of the most successful characters from their tenure on the show, namely Fey’s Sarah Palin and Poehler’s Hillary Clinton.
Glamour’s January cover features besties and stars of the forthcoming movie Sisters, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It’s also an issue devoted to “social”—also known as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all those other platforms the cover stars don’t actually use.
What do you mean, Justin? When you tell fans to clap, then you tell them they’re crap, what do you mean?
It’s no secret that Amy Poehler loves to sing, but the comedian really took her game up a notch over the weekend when she performed Bette Midler’s “The Rose” at Festival Supreme, giving the torch song her all in sunglasses, a coat straight from Janis Joplin’s closet, and a cigarette dangling from her fingers.
Sisters, the upcoming movie starring dream duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as sisters, of course, is only a couple of months away. Directed by Pitch Perfect’s Jason Moore and written by Paula Pell, the film follows two siblings who find out their parents are selling the house in which they grew up.
I’ve got some sad news this morning, folks. Amy Poehler and Nick Kroll, a couple comprised of at least one person most of you like, have split up after about two years of dating.
Paula Pell, the woman behind some of your favorite Saturday Night Live sketches, is creating a new half-hour comedy series for HBO. The as-yet-to-be-titled series will be about a “fallen Olympic figure skater who returns home to Massachusetts to confront her former bullish coach and narcissistic mother who have cashed…
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey came on The Tonight Show last night to premiere the trailer for their upcoming movie, Sisters, and their newly matching hair color.
Everybody pull out your gournals and mark July 31st, because from the looks of this trailer, you’re going to need to watch all 8 episodes of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp right away.
At the Upright Citizen Brigade’s Del Close 17th Annual Marathon, Amy Poehler offered some wise words for comedians who aspire to make it big in the entertainment business. “If the goal is doing good stuff and working with your friends … if you’re doing that then you’re succeeding,” Poehler said. “If the goal is to be…
Amy Poehler came on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night for a special Women’s World Cup -themed reprisal of their SNL outrage outlet, Really!?!
Do you really need an(other) action figure in your life? Probably not. Do you need Tina Fey and Amy Poehler action figures? Probably.
Leslie Knope left our televisions forever last night. She rode figuratively into the sunset with Parks & Recreation, ending its seven season run, and a little bit of us went with her—the exact parts of us that utilized and relished our lives watching religiously for the past six years. Those years are gone and I can…
In its final season, Parks & Recreation is really going for it—taking its humor and political heart as far as they both can stretch. Last night's double-header was one for the ages: in the first episode, "Mrs. Ludgate-Dwyer Goes to Washington," Leslie and April travel to DC to get some support for Leslie's…
This might be actual comedic perfection that you are about to witness.