Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's wildly successful stint hosting the 2013 Golden Globe awards led to all manner of speculation that the pair might be tasked to host other ceremonies, but why mess with success, really? After being informally asked back, Fey and Poehler have officially signed on to host the Golden Globes for the next two years, all the way through 2015.
Very soon, our long national nightmare will be over as 'Parks and Recreation' returns for season 6 with hour-long September 26 premiere "London," the title of which sells itself. Now, the first photos and promos of the 'Parks' team's trip across the pond have emerged, so any guesses what Ron Swanson thinks of Big Ben?
It remains to be seen if Amy Poehler will reprise her role opposite Tina Fey as co-host of the 2014 Golden Globes, but we at least know one other gig the 'Parks and Recreation' star will return to in the near future. 'The Simpsons' upcoming 25th season has tapped Amy Poehler to return to her futuristic role as Bart's wife, but who might the character have her eyes on this time around?
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's success in hosting the 2013 Golden Globes this past January led to some fairly reaching rumors that the two would next be tapped for the Oscars, but at least one future ceremony has proven a no-brainer for the comedic duo. Sources report that Fey and Poehler have been "informally" invited back to host the 2014 ceremony, but will either return to the Golden Globe stage?
Culturally, it feels like divorce became more of a standard practice when the baby boomers started having kids. That many people grew up with their parents divorced is the impetus for the film 'A.C.O.D.,' which focuses on Adam Scott's character, who -- as the initials note -- is an adult child of divorce. And what that means is that he has to parent his parents.
Following presentations for Disney-Pixar properties 'The Good Dinosaur,' the upcoming 'Monster's University' short film, 'Party Central,' and 'Finding Dory,' this year's D23 Expo brought out director Peter Doctor and producer Jonas Riviera to introduce their upcoming project, 'Inside Out.'
With Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers leaving SNL to take over hosing duties on 'Late Night' next year, last night's season finale of everyone's favorite comedy show quietly sent him off in style. In addition to an epic reunion with Stefon, Meyers also got to team up with his former co-anchor, the great Amy Poehler, one last time.