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Pete Davidson Leaving ‘SNL’ After Seven Seasons, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, Kyle Mooney Also Exiting

Update, 5:51 p.m. Et: Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney reportedly are also parting ways with “Saturday Night Live” ahead of Season 48. Creator Lorne Michaels previously hinted that this year would be a “year of change” for the live sketch comedy series, as reported by Deadline. The final May 21 episode with these […]

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‘I cried for an hour!’: Arrested Development’s Will Arnett on divorce, fatherhood and friendship

After years of playing insecure braggarts, the actor is taking on a new challenge – as star of the improvised celebrity cop show Murderville. He talks about his ‘weird’ period, his split with Amy Poehler, and having a baby in his 50sNo one is better at playing idiotic egomaniacs than Will Arnett, and I mean […]

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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross Reunite for Docu-Style Cult Comedy ‘Guru Nation’

Bob Odenkirk and David Cross are putting the “cult” in cult comedy.The former “Mr. Show” co-creators are reuniting for Paramount+ series “Guru Nation,” the streaming service announced February 1. Bill Odenkirk, who previously produced “Mr. Show,” is also attached to the upcoming half-hour, docu-style comedy series.The “Better Call Saul” star and “Arrested Development” alum will […]

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The Super Bob Einstein Movie Trailer: Explore The Legacy Of A Comedy Legend

HBO has released a trailer for “The Super Bob Einstein Movie,” about the comedian Bob Einstein, who was known for the character Super Dave Osborne and so much more. He starred in his own animated series called “Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire” and a live-action film called “The Extreme Adventures of Super Dave,” but the […]

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‘Coda,’ ‘Zola’ Set For 2021 Sundance London Program

Sundance Film Festival: London has revealed that “Zola” and “Coda” will be among the 2021 lineup, when the festival returns to Picturehouse Central next month.“Coda” — an acronym meaning “Child of Deaf Adults” — features Marlee Matlin (“The West Wing”) and 19-year-old Emilia Jones (“Locke & Key”) navigating their relationship, while “Zola” is based on […]

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There Was a Lot More to Jessica Walter Than Martini GIFs

As news of Jessica Walter’s passing traveled across social media, fans of the sharp-tongued, icy, hard-hearted, boozy Lucille Bluth — the Mommie Dearest of “Arrested Development” — responded with GIFs including some of her best quips. “I don’t understand the question and I won’t respond to it.” “Here’s some money, go see a Star War.” […]

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Jason Bateman, Tony Hale, Aisha Tyler and More Remember Jessica Walter: ‘A Queen in Every Way’

After news broke on Thursday that the legendary Jessica Walter had died, celebrities took to social media to share condolences and fond memories of the award-winning actress.Walter, who was 80, was best known for her portrayal of Lucille Bluth in “Arrested Development.” Her career spanned more than six decades and included other iconic roles, such […]

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Jessica Walter Dies at 80, Emmy-Winning Star of ‘Arrested Development’

Jessica Walter, award-winning star of stage and screen with six decades in show business, passed away in her sleep in new York City on Wednesday March 24. (Via Deadline.) In recent years, Walter was best known for her Emmy-nominated role as matriarch Lucille Bluth in “Arrested Development,” as well as for voicing Malory Archer on […]

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