Oscar Winner Sandra Bullock and Oscar Nominee Melissa McCarthy are on fire in the outrageously funny comedy The Heat. Uptight FBI Special Agent Sarah Ashburn and foul-mouthed Boston cop Shannon Mullins couldn't be more incompatible. But when they join forces to bring down a ruthless drug lord, they become the last thing anyone expected...buddies. The Heat exploded at the box office with over $218 million worldwide, and now its coming home on Blu-ray and DVD, available October 15. To celebrate this release, we caught up with director Paul Feig. Watch our exclusive interview as he talks about his own career as an actor, the differences between the rated and unrated cuts, and how he managed to get Kaitlin Olson in for a cameo despite the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia having just given birth.
Before The Heat, Paul Feig's had big screen success with another female-driven comedy, Bridesmaids, also starring Melissa McCarthy. Writer/producer/director/actor Paul Feig has worn many hats throughout his enduring showbiz career. From teenage standup to high-profile Hollywood player, his unique perspective always seems to offer something fresh and innovative.Read More
We're big fans of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia here at the site, so we didn't want to pass up the chance to share these great Valentine's Day cards featuring the Paddy's Pub gang. These come from Corinne Mock's art portfolio, and she encourages you to print them up and share the love with those you love more than a bag of Mexican food. Check out Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Charlie (Charlie Day), and Frank (Danny DeVito) expressing some of their signature moves in the image below.Read More
Kaitlin Olson discusses It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia What's The Gang to do on a rainy day but play the most twisted (and self-made) board game ever. Dee (Kaitlin Olson) and Dennis (Glenn Howerton) square off against Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day) and Frank (Danny DeVito) in this battle of wits, wild cards and wine in CharDee McDennis: The Game of Games. An all-new episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia airs Thursday, October 27th, only on FX. We recently caught up with Sweet Dee herself, Kaitlin Olson for a chat about the Game of Games, as well as the remain episodes left in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7. Check out the conversation below.
I wanted to ask-there's been a little baby boom among the cast. What's the baby situation like on the set?Read More
With an apocalyptic storm headed to It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Gang joins the panicking masses in a race to secure scarce resources. As Dennis (Glenn Howerton), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Charlie (Charlie Day), and Dee (Kaitlin Olson) get caught up in the frenzy, Frank (Danny DeVito) refuses to buy into the media hype about the storm. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 7 returns with an all-new episode this Thursday at 10, only on FX. To check out the promo for Episode 7.06: The Storm of the Century, click on the clip below.
Desperate times call for truly sad and horrific measures as Sweet Dee (Kaitlin Olson) tries to get out of an IRS audit. Meanwhile, the rest of The Gang institutes a new democratic voting system in Paddy's that's sure to solve all their problems. Its another all-new episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia this Thursday, October 6th, only on FX. Check out the promo for Sweet Dee Gets Audited in the clip below.
The Paddy's Pub Gang is gearing up for their triumphant Season 7 return on September 15th, and in anticipation of this gloriously debauched new run of episodes, FX has released two It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes. To see what kind of gruesome hijinks Charlie (Charlie Day), Dee (Kaitlin Olson), Mac (Rob McElhenney), Dennis (Glenn Howerton), and Frank (Danny DeVito) are engaging in this year, click on the clips below. Just don't cough any blood on them or kill a hooker in the process.
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The Paddy's Pub gang is back this September, and we caught up with actors Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, Charlie Day, Kaitlin Olson, and Danny DeVito to find out what Season 7 of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia has in store. Check out our exclusive interviews below.
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Frank is going to have his own fulltime commitment this fall as he pursues marriage in an ode to Julia Roberts and Richard Gere's most iconic romance, "We wrote an episode that is a realistic version of Pretty Woman. Frank proposes to a prostitute. It's the real life version of what that might look like." Glenn Howerton continues, "We had an idea for Frank deciding that he wanted to lock this one whore down. He would continue to pay her, but marry her. It was funny to us that this was the plot of Pretty Woman, but if it were real, what would really happen in that situation." Waiting's Alanna Ubach will play the whore in question, and Frank's Honeymoon might find them traveling to that fist-pumping local made so infamous by MTV.
One thing we won't be seeing on Season 7 are the guys from Jackass, who were originally set to appear in an episode that would have revolved around the boys taking the gang to court. The decision to drop them from the Season 7 roster had absolutely nothing to do with Ryan Dunn's recent passing, which hit the cast and crew pretty hard, as they were all friends with Dunn. No, the decision came much earlier in the writers' room, when they realized they simply didn't have the budget for this particular episode.Read More