Maya Rudolph

‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’ Trailer Brings Humor To the Disaster Genre
‘My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea’ Trailer Brings Humor To the Disaster Genre
What with social cliques, homework, and hormones, high school is tough enough already. Add to that a massive natural disaster, and it’s a different sort of catastrophe entirely. My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea is both exactly what it sounds like and much more than that, an animated riff on the likes of San Andreas that adds an eccentric sense of humor to the genre. The newly unveiled trailer offers a sample of the thrills (jumping across shark-infested waters!) and the laughs (the bookcase-amputation joke is aces) to be had in this odd little festival favorite.
Patrick Stewart, Maya Rudolph Cast in ‘The Emoji Movie’
Patrick Stewart, Maya Rudolph Cast in ‘The Emoji Movie’
Studios these days knows no bounds when it comes to anthropomorphizing inanimate objects. The objects in The Emoji Movie aren’t even real — merely code-based pictograms that live on the surface of your phone screen. But that won’t stop Sony, determined to make you feel emotions for the very things meant to stand in for emotions in the first place...
SNL: Fred Armisen Recruits Some Friends For a ’70s Jam Band
SNL: Fred Armisen Recruits Some Friends For a ’70s Jam Band
There were plenty of fantastic moments in SNL’s Season 41 finale, and while the last sketch of the night might not have been the most laugh-out-loud funny among them, it was definitely the most wonderful. Host Fred Armisen brought a few of his fellow SNL vets together along with a couple of special guests to form the perfect, subtly quirky ’70s southern jam band, complete with 20-something members and a tambourine or two.
The New ‘Angry Birds’ Trailer Is Urine-Drinking Fun For the Whole Family
The New ‘Angry Birds’ Trailer Is Urine-Drinking Fun For the Whole Family
Even as video games go, the mobile app Angry Birds is pretty conceptually thin. There are birds. They are angry, ostensibly because green pigs have constructed elaborate castles all over their bird-world, and nobody likes developers. The birds live only to slingshot themselves at high speeds into said castles, destroying them and hopefully eliminating all pigs in the process...
Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph Bring Bronx Beat Back to SNL
Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph Bring Bronx Beat Back to SNL
What’s the point in letting former SNL cast members guest host if you aren’t going to resurrect sketches and characters from back when they were on the show? We saw this a few weeks ago when Tracy Morgan gently poked our nostalgia buttons with the return of Brian Fellows and it happened again last night with the return of Bronx Beat. However, this wasn’t just a showcase for co-guest host Amy Poehler — it also saw the return of the great Maya Rudolph to the SNL stage. And there was no way the evening’s other guest host, Tina Fey, was going to sit out this chance to reunite with her few fellow Studio 8H veterans.
Bill Hader, Jack Black and Maya Rudolph Do a Bad Lip Reading of ‘Star Wars’
Bill Hader, Jack Black and Maya Rudolph Do a Bad Lip Reading of ‘Star Wars’
Whether it’s Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead or The Hunger Games, you’ve surely seen one of the Bad Lip Reading videos on YouTube. They take a movie or TV show (or footage from football games) and re-record the dialogue with hilarious results. Today they’ve finally set their sights on the original Star Wars trilogy and they’ve brought along some famous friends for the ride.

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