Netflix has given fans a first look at their new comedy starring two Paul Rudds set to air October 18th....
Happy Monday! Time for the news.
Tina Fey is such an awesome role model, and Paul Rudd, well, I just want to marry him. The hilarity that will ensue when these two team up is going to be nothing short of incredible, and we have the new movie Admission, in theaters March 22nd.
Vanity Fair has featured 6 men and 6 of a lesser-known species called "women" on the 3 covers of its January 2013 "Comedy's New Legends" issue. This will be their first comedy issue, guest edited by Judd Apatow and featuring: Paul Rudd, Chris Rock, Ben Stiller, Jim Carey, Will Ferrell, Leslie Mann, Melissa McCarthy, Megan Fox, Kristen Wiig, Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph. Equal representation of women and men in such a butch, flannel, pickle-jar opening field of work such as "making people catch a case of the giggles," has been empirically denied.
• Top Ten Lies Men Tell Women• Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd have "kissed for years!" • Rumer Willis's Hollywood home burglarized • The Best Rom Com Actors Under 40
The Sundance Film Festival is one of the most anticipated events of the year, especially for random D-List celebrities that haven't gotten an invite to anything except Dr. Drew's sober house since the late '90s. I mean, what's Andrew Keegan doing there?
• My crush on Paul Rudd just got a lot bigger • Stop trying to make this non-couple happen • Top 100 videos of 2010 mash-up • All time most embarrassing celebrity parents • 3 ways to wear holiday wear • Ew, here are the creepiest Santas ever • How to do the smokey eye look
December is the month of holiday parties and family get-togethers. The people are cheerful, the cities are festive, and everyone is in a fabulous mood. But sometimes, sometimes, you just want to get away from all of that holiday cheer and see someone blow something up. And that’s why holiday movie releases exist.
On Sunday night while the rest of the world (or at least those of us with a baby crush on Aziz Ansari) was sitting at home watching the MTV Movie Awards, I was there. On the red carpet. Trying to get Jason Segel to take advantage of me interview all the cool celebs as they made their way into the big show. And besides the extremely hot temperature of L.A. on a June afternoon, it was pretty effing rad.
The MTV Movie Awards have come and gone and it was quite a show. From the Les Grossman opening to Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell hanging from the ceiling ("My testicles are numb....") to the awkwardness-as-they-tried-to-be-funny-without-actually-admitting-to-being-together when Kristen and Rob won Best Kiss, there was a whole lot going on.
This week I celebrated a birthday and for the first time in my life I couldn't think of one thing that I really wanted. I had already gotten all of my friends together (and to dress up in ridiculous costumes) for a party, I got a half dozen cupcakes (and 3 full cups of frosting!), and I spent the entire day on the phone with the most important people in my life. Oh, and my oldest friend took me out for all-you-can-eat sushi. What more could a girl want?
I just wish I could be somewhere else for an hour. Somewhere with no stress, no assignments, no anything but pure bliss and relaxation. Like in bed...with Joel McHale and Paul Rudd...while Paula Deen feeds us big, buttery cupcakes. Or on a yacht with Beyonce and Jay-Z, just hanging out and admiring the brand new Louboutin pumps they got me for my birthday.
My love of sandwiches and my love of men run almost parallel to each other on the mathematical graph of my life, intersecting only at the moment someone lets me eat a sandwich and have sex at the same time. That's the stuff dreams are made of. And until that time comes, I've thought up a few sandwich ideas that bring my two weaknesses together.