It was a long time coming, but now everyone’s favorite funny people — Paul Rudd and Tina Fey — have made a rom-com of their own.
From Paul Weitz (“About A Boy”), “Admission” sees Fey as Princeton’s top admissions officer, recruiting smarties near and far. In classic fashion, her career is going swimmingly, but her personal life is suffering. Until! She goes off to recruit (in a barn?) and meets an… Continue reading 'Admission' Trailer: Tina Fey And Paul Rudd, Together At Last
No more Ricky Gervais: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The duo will anchor NBC’s live coverage of the program on Jan. 13 from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
Fey and Poehler co-starred together in the films Mean Girls and Baby Mama, plus worked with each other for years on Saturday Night Live, including a stretch as co-anchors of Weekend Update… Continue reading Tina Fey, Amy Poehler to host Golden Globes
Speaking about her 30 Rock makeup artists at Thursday night’s New York Women in Film & Television Designing Women awards, Tina Fey spoke of the ladies’ ability to accomplish, well, anything.
“Over the last six years they’ve turned Tracy Morgan into a werewolf, turned Will Forte into a beautiful Jane Krakowski and they’ve turned Jane Krakowski into no less than three men… Continue reading Tina Fey Honors ’30 Rock’ Makeup Artists for Doing the Impossible
Listen up, nerds! Tina Fey may trade in her stained, off-brand Snuggie and Liz Lemon-glasses for a bit of serious drama.
Vulture reports that the actress is a “cat’s breath” (whatever that means; also, ew) from joining Paul Weitz’s (“About a Boy”) “Admission,” the big-screen adaptation of Jean Hanff Korelitz’s novel. And! She might be joined by goofball-cum-relative straight man, Owen Wilson.
Written by drama vet Karen Croner (“One True Thing”), “Admission”… Continue reading Tina Fey, Owen Wilson May Team Up For 'Admission'
Jimmy Fallon’s return to “Saturday Night Live” — this time as a host, instead of a cast member — was a nostalgia-fest of epic proportions. Of course, Fallon is a beloved part of “SNL” history, but perhaps the best testament to his legacy on the show is just how many of his former co-stars were willing to return to work with him again.
Aside from the… Continue reading 'SNL': Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon vs. Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler in Weekend Update Joke-Off