Kyle Kennedy speaks out.
Getting a movie made these days takes major star power.
But securing such A list talent is easier said than done — even if you're friends with Melissa McCarthy!
That's what three desperate screenwriters quickly learn in the trailer of TV Land's new show Nobodies!
Produced by McCarthy and husband Ben Falcone, Nobodies follows writers Hugh Davidson, Larry Dorf, and Rachel Ramras as they try to convince a big name actor to star in their script, Mr. First Lady.
Of course, wooing such talent is another story — as guest stars like Kristen Wiig, Allison Janney, Jason Bateman, Maya Rudolph, Jim Rash, and Nat Faxon aren't exactly chomping at the bit to work with a bunch of nobodies.
Watch the trailer (below) to see McCarthy hilariously rip on the starring trio — and catch the series premiere Wednesday, March 29 at 10 p.m. EST on TV Land!
Every year, there are a TON of award shows that honor the best of the best in movies and film — and thankfully the Razzies also come around annually to give trophies to the worst of the WORST!
While we still won't know the finalists for the anti-Oscars, known as the Golden Raspberry Awards — Razzies for short — we now have the shameful shortlist of nominees!
Zac Efron made it onto the shortlist for his role in the critically maligned Dirty Grandpa, and Ben Affleck might be a finalist for his role in Batman v Superman! BTW, BvS was nominated in EVERY category except Worst Actress! OUCH!
Hillary Clinton even made the tentative list of nominees… well kind of. The "documentary" Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party received several nominations, including one for Becky Turner, who plays her in the
propaganda piece movie. One critic described the movie as "piggybacking a baseless personal attack onto a pseudo history lesson"; we're sure the real Hillary would LOVE to see this flick named one of the worst.
Ch-ch-check out the shortlist of nominees (below) as we wait for the FINAL list that will drop January 23 — only a day before the Oscar nominations announcement!
So fresh, so flirty, so Mia Farrow!
The sheer frock fit the actress wonderfully, and the nude slip added a certain modesty to it all. She completed the getup with simple glam and a golden cuff.
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The only thing worse than villains is an outdated wardrobe.
Unfortunately, Gru will be facing BOTH in the upcoming Despicable Me 3!
Aside from dealing with the usual supervillain problems like raising three girls, commanding a horde of minions, and suffering grueling couple names (though we kind of love "Grucy"…), Gru is faced with a brand new ‘80s-obsessed nemesis: Balthazar Bratt!
Voiced by South Park's Trey Parker, this shoulder-pad-wearing, moonwalking baddie certainly gives Gru a run for his money — even challenging him to a "dance fight" set to Michael Jackson's Bad!
Ch-ch-check out the hilarious trailer (above) and catch Despicable Me 3 in theaters June 30, 2017!
If you've been anywhere near the internet in the past week or so, you certainly know the Mannequin Challenge is the latest craze to sweep the web, and now Saturday Night Live's getting in on the fun!
This week Kristen Wiig is getting ready to return to host her old show and, for a solid bit, the 43-year-old decided to take a break from rehearsals to film a mannequin video with the rest of the cast!
From the looks of it, SNL pulled together a ton of their cast and crew as some stars even dressed up as popular characters — like Bobby Moynihan and Mikey Day as the skeletons from the David S. Pumpkins sketch!
Of course, Leslie Jones stole the spotlight in the promo as she broke from her frozen stance to find out what everyone else is doing! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out Wiig and the cast of SNL get their mannequin on, and don't forget to catch the comedienne when she hosts the sketch show this Saturday night!
They weren't afraid of no sequels… until now!
When Ghostbusters hit theaters last month, executives at Sony were confident that a sequel to Paul Feig's all-female reboot would be inevitable.
But since the film was met with a lukewarm box office performance and just fair-to-middling reviews, the studio has kept quiet on if it was still launching a live-action Ghostbusters universe as planned.
And though the action-comedy has still yet to open in a few countries, experts say it will have a tough time getting