Some of the leading ladies of the Ghostbuster’s reboot have commented on the internet backlash against their casting in the franchise—a backlash that feels like it’s been going on for maybe a hundred years now, and predates the original film in my mind.
After much teasing, Sony just dropped the full trailer for Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot, which stars Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon and is due to hit theaters this summer.
The next time you notice something strange in the neighborhood, who exactly are you going call? Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Leslie Jones, of course. Your brand new team of Ghostbusters.
Ever since the Ghostbusters remake was first announced, the film has faced criticism and controversy from fans of the original who are appalled that four talented women have dared to portray the paranormal investigating quartet.
Marielle Heller’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl (based on on Phoebe Gloeckner’s graphic novel of the same name) is a lot of things: It’s vulgar, it’s sexual, it’s occasionally hard to watch, but above all else, it’s one of the best films of the year.
British film censors have slapped Diary of a Teenage Girl, a critically acclaimed coming-of-age film, with an “18 certificate” rating—the same rating the U.K. gave to 50 Shades of Grey—meaning no one under 18 will be admitted into theaters.
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.
After literally weeks of waiting for this Lifetime movie that’s possibly based on a semi-true story, it’s finally arrived: A Deadly Adoption, starring Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell chronicling the devastating true story of a happy, well-off family gradually manipulated and devastated by a maniacal surrogate.
The upcoming, all-female Ghostbusters remake or, the one and only remake that sounds exciting, has begun filming in Boston this week and apparently, the plot of the film will be similar to that of the original 1984 flick.
Here’s the first full trailer for A Deadly Adoption, the very real Lifetime movie starring Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell as a wealthy couple trying to adopt a baby from a sexy young life ruiner.
A Deadly Adoption, the highly-anticipated Lifetime Original Movie (or LOM, as I like to call them), starring Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell, will be here on June 20. The cable network has been slowly tantalizing us with its arrival, first by releasing a poster last week and now, a 20-second teaser trailer.
In April, news broke that Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig had secretly filmed a Lifetime movie that lampooned Lifetime movies. Later, Ferrell and Wiig announced they were “deeply disappointed” by the leak and that the movie, A Deadly Adoption, would be pulled from Lifetime’s schedule.
Will we ever tire of Kristen Wiig?? She showed up on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon last night in full Khaleesi costume, with a terrible British accent, taped-on fake cleavage, and a cute lil’ shoulder dragon.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell made a Lifetime movie called A Deadly Adoption, to be released “early” this summer. We’re not talking Lifetime-ish, here. We’re talking actual Lifetime. The same channel responsible for movies like Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? and Grumpy Cat’s…
You probably won't be surprised to learn that Zach Galifianakis and Kristen Wiig make absolutely terrible bank robbers.
The trailer for Welcome To Me, starring Kristen Wiig and James Marsden, has got me in a tizzy. The dark comedy, in which Wiig plays a lottery winner with a borderline personality disorder, generated some big buzz at the Toronto Film Festival last year—Bill Murray called it "one of the strangest movies I've ever seen,"…
Ok, I hear you, but, counterpoint: I love Kristen Wiig's ridiculous Golden Globes dress. It looks like one of my dearly departed grandmother's fancy tablecloths mated with a rogue vintage McCall's pattern, and I'm feeling that, big time. Shut your face, it's fucking awesome.
Much like the Jezebel staff before him, actor Eddie Redmayne has admitted that his sexual awakening began with a movie character who's both animated and not exactly human.
In general, I'm pretty sure a good rule of thumb for journalists (not that I would know) is to be prepared. This is especially important for interviews, as a local TV news correspondent in Denver discovered the hard way, while interviewing Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader.
The best part: "Kids don't know what fractals are."