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  1. vulture lists
    Every Melissa McCarthy Movie, RankedMcCarthy hasn’t always found material worthy of her talents, but she always tackles it with gusto.
  2. movie review
    The Courier Is an Old-Fashioned Spy Thriller Elevated by Two Great PerformancesBenedict Cumberbatch and Merab Ninidze are terrific in this based-on-fact tale of the Cold War.
  3. melissa mccarthy
    Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone Threaten Us With Another CollaborationNetflix is giving God’s Favorite Idiot a 16-episode order.
  4. good one podcast
    Paul Feig Says Ghostbusters Becoming a ‘Cause’ Hurt Its ComedyOn this week’s Good One: A Podcast About Jokes, Paul Feig discusses finding his comedic balance on Spy and how Ghostbusters threw it off.
  5. When Jerry Seinfeld and ‘Spy’ Magazine Teamed Up to Mock Celebrities, ’90s […]Jerry Seinfeld has been a ubiquitous cultural figure for so long that it can be easy to forget that he was once just a hip New York comic whose […]
  6. movie review
    Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy’s Spy Is a Mixed VictoryI’d like to say the film is a feminist breakthrough, but this is all about box office. And it’s going to be boffo.
  7. Melissa McCarthy Talks ‘Spy’ Set Injuries and Falling in Love with Standup […]Ahead of the premiere of her new movie Spy this Friday, Melissa McCarthy stopped by last night’s Late Night and chatted with Meyers about two […]
  8. party chat
    Rose Byrne’s Gigantic Spy Hair Was Supposed to Get Its Own Credit“It was the most complicated hairstyle I’ve ever seen in my life.”
  9. summer movie preview 2015
    Finally, a Summer Movie Season for WomenComedies, dramas, action movies, all of them led by women.
  10. Melissa McCarthy Transforms Into a Cat Lady in the Latest ‘Spy’ TrailerPaul Feig and Melissa McCarthy’s latest collaboration Spy hits theaters this summer, and 20th Century Fox dropped a brand new trailer today […]
  11. chat room
    Paul Feig, Bobby Cannavale, & Rose Byrne on SpyAnd getting Byrne to break.
  12. movies
    Judd Apatow and Paul Feig’s New Female-Led Comedies Will Premiere at SXSWStarring Amy Schumer and Melissa McCarthy, respectively. 
  13. Here’s the First Trailer for Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy’s Newest Film […]Before he gets to work on the Ghostbusters reboot, Paul Feig has another film with Melissa McCarthy coming to theaters called Spy, and the […]
  14. trailer mix
    Spy Trailer: Is Melissa McCarthy a Good Spy? Maybe.In a new Paul Feig film. 
  15. Paul Feig’s Spy Adds Allison Janney and Morena BaccarinThe West Wing meets Homeland.
  16. casting couch
    50 Cent Cast in Melissa McCarthy’s SpyBe hilarious or die trying.
  17. Melissa McCarthy to Star in Paul Feig’s Spy Comedy ‘Susan Cooper’Melissa McCarthy and director Paul Feig are making another movie together. The Wrap reports that McCarthy, who previously worked with Feig on […]
  18. Paul Feig Is Writing and Directing the Spy Comedy ‘Susan Cooper’Paul Feig’s next movie may end up being another female-driven action-comedy. Feig, who created Freaks and Geeks and directed Bridesmaids, also […]
  19. Ken Jeong Lines Up a Potential Post-’Community’ Gig Community’s Ken Jeong has booked a new sitcom pilot that could wind up being a new fall show. Deadline reports that Jeong has been cast in […]
  20. casting couch
    Ken Jeong to Play ‘Erratic’ CIA AgentSounds like a good fit.
  21. Rob Corddry Will Star in the Pilot for ABC’s Adaptation of the UK Series […] Childrens Hospital’s Rob Corddry has been cast as the lead in a new ABC comedy pilot called Spy, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Corddry […]
  22. casting couch
    ABC Comedy Pilots Tap Jeff Garlin, Rob CorddryBoth as dads, both in single-camera series.
  23. ABC to Pilot American Version of ‘Spy’ Spy is a British show about a single father who quits his mundane job and is accidentally recruited to become a spy. You know, the classic way […]
  24. Diving Into the Archives of ‘Spy,’ The Funniest Magazine EverMaybe you’ve heard of Spy Magazine, the satirical magazine that was one of the funniest things ever in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, but never […]