This Reporter Mistakenly Thought Kristen Wiig Went ‘Full-Frontal’ in The Skeleton Twins
Live and on air.
Live and on air.
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.
And play twins!
"Bette and Dot."
"You have to have some patience."
She rather enjoys it.
The jazz-drumming psychological thriller won the Audience Award and the top Dramatic prize. Your full list of winners follow.
The ex-SNLers share an incredible dance scene in their Sundance movie The Skeleton Twins.
Including entries that star Anne Hathaway, Bill Hader, Ryan Reynolds, and Kristen Stewart.
By Ponderosa Twins Plus One's Ricky Spicer.
It's the second project for the duo in a month.
A musical tribute to this whisper-heavy season of Breaking Bad.
And yet we wait in vain for a Kindergarten Cop follow-up.
Sure, why not?
Plus:Kathy Griffin mocks the "Children of the Corn eyes" of none other than the Olsen twins, on our daily late-night roundup.
The kicker's at the end.
Now we know that Bill Nye and a CGI-doubled Courtney Love could star in Full House: The Movie.
The real question is this: Can he be more convincing at playing twins than Jean-Claude Van Damme? (We sincerely hope so.)
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