A new month is upon is, I can almost smell the warm summer air and yet for some reason, retailers are trying to sell me velvet sundresses. Now that we’re on the subject of ridiculous things, let’s go to court.
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.
If Season 1 of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was all about the tenacity it takes to emerge from years of trauma with the same unflinching optimism and love of humanity as an early-aughts Disney Channel heroine, Season 2 shows what happens when that good-natured doggedness finally begins to combust.
For four days now, all I have been able to do is re-watch this video of these kids in a gender-swapped edition of the song “The Schulyer Sisters” from the Broadway insta-classic Hamilton, and now that’s all you will be able to do, too.
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.
Tina Fey is working with Girls writer Sarah Heyward on the gambling comedy You Bet! which is based on, wait for it.........a Good Housekeeping article.
After Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump earlier this week, it was almost inevitable that Tina Fey would return Saturday Night Live to revisit her classic Palin impression. And Fey definitely did not disappoint, she offered up an unhinged riff on Palin’s meandering and confusing Iowa endorsement speech while Darrell…
Variety reports that Tina Fey and Ronda Rousey will star together in Do Nothing Bitches, a comedy written by longtime Fey friend, Paula Pell. The title takes its name from an interview with Rousey in which she said that her mother raised her not to be a “do nothing bitch.” The interview went viral and has become…
Sure, we all love Tina Fey’s Sarah Palin impressions, but come on, weren’t you hoping that one day the tables would turn? No?
In a profile on Net-a-Porter, Tina Fey talks parenting, body hair, reality television and being the “mean girl” back in high school. She’s also clear about her disdain for internet outrage, and says she refuses to spend time explaining her jokes.
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.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Allure is incredibly amused by the properities of Tina Fey’s skin, John Krasinski is making me feel weird and Christina Applegate sobs.
During an appearance Monday night on The Tonight Show, Tina Fey told Jimmy Fallon about the time she met lumbering human-like tardigrade Donald Trump this year and lived to talk about it.
Recalling the certain horrors of growing up as a nerd becomes more palatable when Cool Dork Tina Fey chronicles her own humble—often humiliating—youth. She recently did just that on the Graham Norton Show, with, of course, some prompting from the host.
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.
With rumors swirling about Charlie Sheen’s HIV status (rumors that may or may not be confirmed on the Today Show tomorrow), Sheen’s ex Bree Olson has come forward to insist that she is not HIV-positive and she really wants rude fuckers to stop asking about it.
For Tina Fey fans who’ve been wishing for their queen to bring something fresh to network television, here’s some good news for this Saturday: CBS has picked up the pilot for a new Fey-produced comedy. The untitled series is about an athlete who drives his family and friends crazy after he suddenly retires.
A couple days ago, Billy Eichner posted an “On the Street” in which he asked “LaTina Fey” to name 20 Latino performers in one minute. Not only did she call queen Gina Rodriguez “the woman from Jane the Virgin,” she named Lou Diamond Phillips who, while great, is not Latino.