Melissa McCarthy chats about becoming friends with her "The Heat" co-star Sandra Bullock and how well their kids get along. Also, she talks about going "all or nothing" for their new comedy.
Paul Feig has helped the lead the charge of bringing funny women to the big screen, directing Bridesmaids and this Summer's upcoming female buddy comedy The Heat, which stars Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock. We caught up with Paul at CinemaCon this week to ask him about trying to 'break down that wall' by making more female-driven movies and how well his movie's two stars hit it off when they first met.
There has been an outpouring of celebrity support for Boston on social media, and now actors like Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, and Bradley Cooper, all of whom recently filmed there, are taking action to show they're behind the city. Find out how Sandra and Melissa are using their new film The Heat to honor Boston's finest and who Bradley visited in the hospital.
Yesterday, we caught up with Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, stars of The Heat, who shared a hilarious story about Sandra having a peanut up her nose. We also spoke with Kristen Wig about her new movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Ben Stiller, who directs and also stars in the film.
Director Paul Feig stopped to chat on the red carpet at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards in LA. He opened up about his friendship with Melissa McCarthy and working with her on her upcoming movie The Heat.
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy team up in The Heat, which hits theaters in June, as two very different female law-enforcement officers forced to work together. We spoke to the costars yesterday at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, and while they might clash in the movie, their affection for each other off screen was obvious. Sandra described 'fireworks' at their first meeting, and the pair shared plenty of one-liners as they chatted about what might be the first female buddy movie of its kind.
Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy turn the buddy cop genre on its head with The Heat, their new comedy from Bridesmaids director Paul Feig.
Take a look at our must-watch moments from last Saturday s SNL. Host Melissa McCarthy brought on the laughs with high heels and over-the-top characters.
'Saturday Night Live' poked fun at the Rutgers University basketball scandal with host Melissa McCarthy.
Melissa is excited to be back hosting Saturday Night Live, but faces a problem after not listening to the wardrobe department's advice.
Jimmy and Melissa McCarthy team up with audience members and compete in a game of Pictionary.
Melissa talks about her upcoming film with Sandra Bullock, "The Heat."
Prepping for her second time hosting Saturday Night Live, Jimmy asks Melissa to recap her first time on the show.