This Reporter Mistakenly Thought Kristen Wiig Went ‘Full-Frontal’ in The Skeleton Twins
Live and on air.
Live and on air.
Maybe the cold bothered them.
Welcome to Me.
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig play siblings trying to save each other from the effects of terrible parenting, sexual trauma, and their own innate craziness.
An excerpt from the upcoming expanded edition of the oral history Live From New York.
And play twins!
From Napoleon Dynamite director Jared Hess.
In a comedy she is writing with her Bridesmaids co-writer Annie Mumolo.
She can't help but draw attention to herself.
The saddest words in all the world: "I don't have email."
Approaching Michael Jordan levels of impression accuracy.
Franco, Hill, Cera, Krumholtz, Wiig. Papa Apatow would be proud.
The ex-SNLers share an incredible dance scene in their Sundance movie The Skeleton Twins.
Those under 40 may have no concept of the eighties miniseries that Will Ferrell & Co. are satirizing.
"Back when we had cameras that weren't in our phones, it would be really strange to just walk up to someone and take a picture of them."
Exquisitely produced, immaculately acted, and thoroughly uninvolving: the perfect nothing of a movie.
It's called The Spoils of Babylon.
Now with dialogue!
Complete with Baby Maggie as interrogator.
Hateship Loveship is not full of laughs.
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