This week’s comedy news all in one place
You get seven cast members, former or present, dead or alive, to create the perfect SNL ensemble
After losing Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg what new actors and hosts will SNL bring us this season?
The past couple weeks have once again proven SNL’s ability to launch a career
It has been reported that a high school teacher disciplined one of her students Bridesmaids style: slapping the student in the face six times!
Saturday Night Live will be without another one of its incredibly talented cast members.
Watch the second installment of “Lazy Sunday” and a skit from Wiig’s last appearance on SNL
Her farewell included being serenaded by Jon Hamm and Amy Poehler
Sunday proved to be a significant evening for comedies and comedians at the 84th Annual Academy Awards ceremony
If you think women aren’t funny, just try narrowing down a list of the five most influential women comedians. It’s not only a challenge, it’s nearly impossible.
The star-studded event will lend a helping hand to the human rights organization Amnesty International to raise awareness among the younger generation
Melissa McCarthy’s Emmy hasn’t even gathered dust yet, but she is already busy turning more projects into gold
Comedian Aziz Ansari has begun to make a name for himself in the world of comedy. I’m not saying its due to his blog “Aziz is Bored” – which seems like a complete lie at this point – but he’s finally getting recognized for his work as an actor and comic, and now people are starting to actually care about his opinion
Kristen Wiig is starring in the latest Judd Apatow movie, Bridesmaids which will be released later this month. Wiig recently interviewed with Time magazine where we see the off-screen Kristen Wiig.
The search for the female lead in Sacha Baron Cohen’s next movie The Dictator is over. The front runners: Kristen Wiig, Anna Faris and Gillian Jacobs were considered to play opposite Cohen, with Faris landing the role in the end.