It’s been awhile since Meg Ryan took the helm of a show and steered it directly into America’s hearts, but she’s streaming straight ahead with a new role that’ll make us fall in love again.
A PSA from former president Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) from HBO’s Veep: Young people need to turn out to vote if they want their candidate to win. Had it not been for millennial apathy (and cold weather and general lack of support), Meyer might still be in the White House right now.
As Kate McKinnon was accepting her Emmy for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Sunday night, she thanked both current and past cast members of Saturday Night Live, as well as Lorne Michaels. McKinnon’s speech, half-bleeped and appreciative, was fine, but overshadowed ever-so-slightly by Julia Louis-Dreyfus’…
Though she spent three years as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, sketches like “Big Zit” didn’t make Julia Louis-Dreyfus a household name in the 80s. No, that came later. In an interview published today in the Times, Louis-Dreyfus (who hosts Saturday’s SNL) was asked whether she looked back at her prosthetic…
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, marking her third triumphant return to the show since her mostly forgettable stint as a cast member in the early ‘80s.
The fifth season of Veep comes in the middle of an election year and why no it doesn’t at all resemble America’s real-life political hijinks. Picking up from last season’s finale, Selina Meyer and the crew deal with the aftermath of a tied election.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chris Brown has some words, Lil B gives love and Julia Louis-Dreyfus examines the war on Christmas.
In today’s Tweet Beat, a funny gathering, Caitlyn Jenner’s glam squad and Ariana Huffington looks back.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Natasha Lyonne knows exactly what you’re up to, Julia Louis-Dreyfus nails the pose and North West stunts.
Jimmy Fallon is the reigning king of delightful, PG-rated antics with celebrities, and The Whisper Challenge is one of his funniest bits. I can’t help but be charmed by celebrities shouting things like “sausage penis?” on national television, especially when that celebrity is Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Give her a talk show,…
Last night during the Veep season 4 premiere party, COMEDY ANGEL Julia Louis-Dreyfus revealed a fun bit of trivia: the HBO series revolving around the staff of fictional president Selina Meyer shares a makeup artist—Barbara Lacy—with Hillary Clinton. And now that Clinton is probably running for president, Lacy will…
There is nothing more annoying than getting shitfaced and affecting an Irish accent on St. Patrick's Day. On the other hand, this is a video of Julia Louis-Dreyfus doing shots of whiskey onstage with Jimmy Kimmel. Please drink responsibly, by which I mean please drink while being the incomparable Julia…
Veep is back April 12, and to whet your appetites, Julia Louis-Dreyfus has posted a brief promo clip of the upcoming season. As expected, just because she's the one true POTUS now, doesn't mean Selena Meyer and her team have gotten any more adequate at their jobs.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus proved once again why she deserves all the awards ever. Earlier in the evening while presenting an award with Bryan Cranston, they did a very funny bit about Julia not remembering Bryan guest starring on an episode of Seinfeld years ago.
In today's Tweet Beat, Gabby Sidibe perfectly articulates what hell looks like, Giuliana Rancic's birthday cakes probably costs more than my real handbag and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is perfect, even while wearing a shower cap.
Last night was the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, DC's biggest annual fire hazard (from politicians, journalists, and celebrities rubbing elbows so damn hard). Host Joel McHale said some things (including a quip about paying potential first female president Hillary Clinton 30% less! lolol get it?!),…
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, a 53-year-old woman who is so hot and awesome that it almost seems unfair, stars in her very own photo spread in next month's issue of GQ wherein she fucks a clown.
In today's Tweet Beat, Wil Wheaton defends the work of those at The Big Bang Theory, everyone has something to say about Stephen Colbert and Julia Louis-Dreyfus has changed her tune.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jenny Slate is worried about Kathie Lee Gifford, Mara Wilson sends Neko Case some love and Julia Louis-Dreyfus channels her inner Vice President Selina Meyer.
A power lunch to end them all: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Nancy Pelosi sat down with New York Times' Philip Galanes to talk immaculate suits, hand gestures, marriage, each other, and the "attraction business":