Tina Fey News Archive
The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season Three Trailer Promises A More Grown Up Kimmy & A Pretty Iconic Lemonade Parody! WATCH!
Kimmy Schmidt is heading to college!
While we're excited to see that the title character (played by Ellie Kemper) will be taking on new adventures this season — like college and an adult sex life — we're more than obsessed with the Lemonade reference featured in the teaser.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the trailer for yourself (above)!
Alec Baldwin has found a new enemy — in his own publisher!
Earlier in the week, the 30 Rock alum took to Facebook to air several grievances he has with HarperCollins, the publishing company who published his memoir Nevertheless. Uh oh.
In fact, the A-lister launched a Facebook page for the memoir in order to make any corrections or amendments HarperCollins failed to change before the book hit shelves. Mr. Baldwin wrote:
Alec Baldwin Reveals He 'Fell In Love' With Tina Fey When They First Met — Right Before Meeting Her Husband!
In fact, when the 58-year-old actor met the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt creator for the first time, he "fell in love"!
In an adaption from his upcoming memoir Nevertheless, Baldwin recounts:
"When I first met Tina Fey — beautiful and brunette, smart and funny, by turns smug and diffident and completely uninterested in me or anything I had to say — I had the same reaction that I'm sure many men and women have: I fell in love."
At the time, Fey was the head writer at SNL and Baldwin was set to host that week's show.
The writers and producers congregated in Lorne Michaels' office when Baldwin turned to talent coordinator Marci Klein to ask if Fey was single. He wrote:
Jimmy Fallon Kicks Off The 2017 Golden Globes With A Star-Studded La La Land-Inspired Opening Number — And Gives Us A Stranger Things Surprise!
Everyone from Amy Adams and Ryan Reynolds to Evan Rachel Wood and the kids of Stranger Things (#BarbIsStillAlive!) help Jimmy with a La La Land-inspired song-and-dance celebrating all things movies and TV!
Unfortunately, that's when it breaks down — first the teleprompter breaks, then Jimmy does his Chris Rock impression. Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the whole opening (above)!