The Red Band Trailer for The Boss has just debuted online! And it's filthy. There isn't any sex or real violence on display, for the most part. A man does get hit in the throat with an angry tennis ball lob. And there is a massive street fight involving a Dandelions girl scout troop. But the most dangerous thing about this Red Band trailer is its raw, go for broke, no holds barred language. This might be the most foul-mouthed trailer you'll see all year. And it's quite glorious in its own right.
Academy Award-nominated star Melissa McCarthy headlines The Boss. She is a titan of industry who is sent to prison after she's caught for insider trading. When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget. And this is definitely going to be an uphill battle for the fallen superstar.Read More
The Gilmore Girls Revival Event Series just got a little more real. The Dragonfly Inn is back up and running, and it is still being led by Stars Hollow's sassy concierge Michel. Over the weekend, Yanic Truesdale, who is returning as Michel, posted the first set photo from the upcoming Netflix series on his personal page.
The CW's iconic show Gilmore Girls is returning for a new event series with the original cast members. Already confirmed to return are Lauren Graham (Lorelai), Alexis Bledel (Rory), Scott Patterson (Luke) and Kelly Bishop (Emily). Other series regulars Sean Gunn (Kirk) and Keiko Agena (Lane) are also returning. The Gilmore Girls Revival Event Series will consist of four 90-minute episodes that are essentially being crafted as "mini-movies." Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband Daniel Palladino, who served as an executive producer on the original series, will both write and direct the four episodes. These episodes are said to be set in present day, and will unfold over the course of one year.Read More
While most of the main cast has been confirmed to return for Netflix's upcoming Gilmore Girls revival series, it remains unclear if Melissa McCarthy will reprise her role as Sookie. In response to being asked if she would participate, the actress, who became a big star after her time spend on The CW drama, simply replied 'No One Asked Me.' But that may not be entirely true.
As of right now, Amy Sherman-Palladino doesn't want to release all four episodes all at once. Instead, she'd like to have at least a day between each new episode's debut, but she doesn't know if Netflix will be down for that. She also reveals that even though they are on the unrestricted Netflix streaming service, her characters may not fall into bouts of cursing. You can read more about the revival here. What do you think? Are you excited to see Sookie back in Stars Hallow? Or are you okay with Melissa McCarthy sitting this one out?
Thanks for the invite, but sadly no one asked me or Sookie to come back to Stars Hollow. Wish them all the best!! https://t.co/II2Atug4wx— Melissa McCarthy (@melissamccarthy) February 2, 2016Read More
'My name is Michelle Darnell, and I am the wealthiest woman in America! How wealthy am I? I wanted to come down on a golden phoenix and I sure as shit did it!' That's the declaration Melissa McCarthy makes in the opening salvo in her first trailer for the new Universal Comedy The Boss. Michelle Darnell is a woman of industry! She's a lady of power! She's in a lot of trouble! Universal Studios teased a first look at Melissa McCarthy in her new comedy yesterday with the first poster, several new photos and a trailer teaser. Today, we have the full sneak peek. And if you don't hate Melissa McCarthy, you'll probably think that this is downright spectacular!
The first trailer for The Boss, which was originally titled Michelle Darnell, debuted last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The actress herself appeared on the show to introduce this exciting footage. And it proved to be quite hilarious. You don't need us to tell you that. Though, if you are against an All-Female Ghostbusters, you're probably the person that shouldn't watch this. You might kick your computer into the wall, cursing the day this woman was ever born!Read More
Michelle Darnell is a woman of industry! She's a lady of power! She's in a lot of trouble! Universal Studios has released a first look at Melissa McCarthy in her new comedy The Boss. We have the first poster, several new photos and a trailer teaser that gives us our first look at footage. It's possible that this could be the funniest role of Melissa McCarthy's career!
The first trailer for The Boss, which was originally titled Michelle Darnell, will debut later tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The actress herself will be making an appearance to show off the exciting and sure to be hilarious sneak peek. And there are sure to be a few surprises for anyone brave enough to tune in.Read More
Some fans did not like the recent reveal of the new Ghostbusters car, a rebooted Ecto-1. So it's hard to judge how they'll react when they see the new motorcycle one of the girls rides in this all-new female reboot, which completely wipes away the history of the franchise, taking place in a world where the original Ghostbusters never existed. It makes sense that new vehicles would be introduced into this rebooted universe.
This ride has been identified as a Honda Scrambler. And if you look real close, you might get a little angry. Yes, that is the classic No Ghosts symbol painted on the side. But it, too, has been rebooted and instead of the classic ghost, it is a female haint. Don't worry, though. The recent Ecto-1 reveal shows that the classic logo is still in play, and adorns the side and back of the main vehicle. The original Ecto-1 was a retro-fitted 1959 Cadillac Professional Ambulance. It has been traded up for an 80s era Cadillac Superior Hearse. Though some balked at the change, it does make sense in honoring the original Ghostbusters decade.Read More