UPDATED: Amy Schumer has clarified her comments about the show. You can read them after the jump.
Even though Comedy Central’s hit sketch series Inside Amy Schumer was renewed for a fifth season back in January, it appears there may no longer be a future for the show at all. Amy Schumer hinted that the show may no longer exist in a post on Twitter responding to a recent controversy involving a fellow comedian who also happens to be a writer on her show.
Get the details on this developing story about Inside Amy Schumer canceled after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 by Angie Han
It seemed like Amy Schumer was cracking jokes everywhere in 2015. She had her first starring feature role in Trainwreck, and her first HBO stand-up special Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo. She hosted Saturday Night Live for the very first time and returned to Comedy Central for the third season of her sketch series Inside Amy Schumer.
But after that impressive run, it seems Schumer is ready to branch out into new territory as an actress: drama. Schumer has just boarded the PTSD drama Thank You for Your Service, joining Miles Teller. Oscar-nominated American Sniper writer Jason Hall is directing. Read More »
Not too long ago, we heard about First Wives Club stars Bette Midler, Diane Keaton and Goldie Hawn reuniting for a comedy at Netflix called Divanation about three former members of a popular singing group who are forced to reunite after being apart for 30 years. And it sounds like Hawn is lining up another role that will take her back to the big screen as well.
News has surfaced that Goldie Hawn is in early talks to play Amy Schumer‘s mother in the untitled comedy from Warm Bodies and 50/50 director Jonathan Levine that we first heard about last August. Find out more about this Goldie Hawn Amy Schumer team-up after the jump. Read More »
A good movie always starts with the script, and that’s why you might want to pay attention to this year’s one-hour writers roundtable from The Hollywood Reporter’s annual awards series of discussions. This one includes the likes of Amy Schumer (Trainwreck), Aaron Sorkin (Steve Jobs), Emma Donoghue (Room), Tom McCarthy (Spotlight), Meg LeFauve (Inside Out) and Nick Hornby (Brooklyn), all talking about their career as writers, adapting material, working through self-doubt and much more. Read More »
Following the 41st season premiere of Saturday Night Live, the season continued this past weekend with a first-time host, comedian and Trainwreck star Amy Schumer. For those disappointed by the debut episode hosted by Miley Cyrus, you’ll be happy to know that this episode is certainly a step up, if only because Schumer is used to this kind of comedy environment. Though there are certainly better overall sketches this episode, there are still a couple rough areas to be seen.
Check out our full review of the Amy Schumer Saturday Night Live episode below! Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
Earlier this summer, Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer made the whole world jealous by sharing photos of themselves jet-skiing, building human pyramids, and generally living it up with each other. As it turns out, though, they’re not just playing together — they’re also working together on a new project.
According to Lawrence, they’re “almost done” writing the screenplay, and plan to co-star in the as-yet-unnamed movie. Get all the details on the Jennifer Lawrence Amy Schumer project after the jump. Read More »
After Labor Day weekend next month, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert makes its broadcast debut on CBS, ushering in a new era for the late night talk show recently vacated by comedy icon David Letterman. We already know that Colbert’s first guest will be American treasure George Clooney, but now the rest of the guests for the first week have been revealed.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert first guests will also include Marvel Studios star Scarlett Johansson, comedian and Trainwreck star Amy Schumer, and a few other interesting guests for the late night circuit that really give us an idea of what we can expect from this new iteration of the show. Find out the full line-up below! Read More »
Even though Trainwreck may not be Judd Apatow’s most successful film at the box office, currently sitting with $98 million domestic behind The 40-Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up, his collaboration with Amy Schumer has an 86% at Rotten Tomatoes, which his second highest-rated film as director. That kind of reception for an R-rated comedy isn’t easy.
But Apatow had plenty of success on the big screen before now, and it’s Schumer who will benefit most from the success of this hilarious flick. She’s already marching onward and upward by getting her next movie together. Fox is working on an Amy Schumer vacation comedy that may team her up with 50/50 and Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine. Read More »
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After celebrating a milestone 40th season, Saturday Night Live has officially announced a return date for the 41st season on October 3 with chart-topping, Grammy nominated recording artist Miley Cyrus hosting the season premiere.
But if Miley Cyrus isn’t your cop of tea, some actual comedians will be taking the stage as hosts in Studio 8H this October, including one Saturday Night Live veteran who will be making a triumphant return to entertainment in general after a terrible accident took him out of commission over a year ago. Read More »
Posted on Monday, August 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
Between her first feature lead role in Judd Apatow’s Trainwreck and the critically adored third season of her Comedy Central series, Amy Schumer is having one hell of a 2015. And her winning streak will continue into the fall with Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo, a standup comedy special coming to HBO. Chris Rock directed. Watch the Amy Schumer HBO special teaser after the jump. Read More »