As part of ELLE's first Women in Comedy edition, the “Ghostbusters” gals chat about their unique career paths. Ms. McCarthy notes that she’s had to fight for her characters- “I get so psychotically attached to all of my characters, and I fight for them in probably the most annoying way. I hear myself saying to Ben or Paul [Feig, Ghostbusters’ director], ‘She wouldn’t phrase it that way.’ I know it’s such an actory thing, but I feel it to my core: I have to represent the woman I’m getting to be. Even if she’s fictitious, she’s always real to me: three-dimensional, flawed, loving, screwed-up, as real women are.”
It’s time for another installment of cinematic craziness from Seth Rogen, and this one’s all about wieners on the run.
Sony Pictures Entertainment just unveiled the red band trailer for “Sausage Party,” slated to hit theaters August 12th and starring Rogen, Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Salma Hayek, Edward Norton, Michael Cera, James Franco, David Krumholtz, Danny McBride, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll and Bill Hader.
He’s a gentle giant and a marvelous actor, but even John Goodman gets nervous when he meets celebrities that he really admires.
During his interview on “The Howard Stern Show,” the “Roseanne” star described his horrible experience meeting Kristen Wiig- "She was talking to somebody else, and I was just – I think she's so great, and the social barriers broke down and I interrupted the conversation. And I would just hate for somebody to do that to me. And she goes, 'yeah, I'll talk to you in a minute.' [makes sound of bomb dropping] It was like the Atom. I shrunk down to Atom size. I really like her, and it was embarrassing, so I'll never speak to her again."