Maya Rudolph

The CG-Animated ‘Angry Birds’ Movie Has an Exorbitant $185 Million Budget

Sony plans on consuming your time by making a movie based on the one and only time-consuming smartphone game about miffed fowl: Angry… Read More

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George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Miley Cyrus and Maya Rudolph Join Sofia Coppola’s Christmas Special

George Clooney, Amy Poehler, Miley Cyrus and Maya Rudolph have all been confirmed to be appearing in Sofia Coppola’s… Read More

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Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Kate McKinnon Join the Cast of IFC’s ‘The Spoils Before Dying’

The Spoils Before Dying is Will Ferrell, Funny or Die and IFC’s follow-up to The Spoils of Babylon, the spoof of a… Read More

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The 5 ‘SNL 40′ Sketches You Absolutely Have to Watch

Last night, during NBC’s celebration of Saturday Night Live‘s 40th anniversary, viewers were treated to three hours of familiar faces and sketches — both live sketches and montages of classic ones. And just like every other episode of SNL, the new sketches were hit or miss. But there were still plenty of gems found in the mix. From the successful return of fan favorite “Celebrity Jeopardy” to a wonderfully long segment featuring Maya Rudolph’s perfect Beyoncé impression, here are five SNL 40 sketches everyone will be talking about. … Read More

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Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ Is a Breezy, Bizarre Blast

Paul Thomas Anderson took five years to make his 2007 oil epic There Will Be Blood. He took another five years to make 2012’s Scientology-inspired The Master. He banged out his adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice in two, and you can feel the difference—in the best possible way. The two films that preceded it marked the filmmaker’s transition from wunderkind to Serious Artist; by turns wrenching, challenging, and borderline impenetrable, they plunged the depths of American history and the American soul. Vice, by contrast, is a slang-y, breezy lark, a picture whose two-and-a-half-hour running time, Oscar-friendly release date, and premiere as the Centerpiece selection at the New York Film Festival make it sound like a more important movie than it is—or, more importantly, than Anderson seems to think it is. After a decade spent making two films that are like pressure cookers, he was clearly ready to blow off some steam. … Read More

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Miley Cyrus Has a New Look: Links You Need to See

It’s midday. You’re tired, I’m tired, let’s stop pretending we’re not after the same things: let’s talk about useless shit related to celebrities. … Read More

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25 Must-See Movies For the Fall

Hey there reader, been to the movies lately? If the box office reports are any indication, I’m guessing not — and who can blame you? We’re currently in the weird dead zone between the tentpole blockbusters of the summer and the prestige, Oscar-friendly pictures (and, increasingly, tentpole blockbusters) of the fall. But relief will be here soon enough, so in the interest of helping you mark up your movie-going calendar, we’re looking ahead to the fall films we’re anticipating most. … Read More

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Maya Rudolph Cast in Tina Fey/Amy Poehler Comedy

Maya Rudolph will reunite with her Saturday Night Live costars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in the upcoming comedy film The Nest. Fey and… Read More

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