Giving eager movie-goers plenty to look forward to, Fox Searchlight Pictures have released the trailer and poster for their upcoming flick, "The Way, Way Back."
Starring Steve Carell, AnnaSophia Robb and Maya Rudolph, the comedy is officially described as follows: "Over the course of his summer break, a teenager comes into his own thanks in part to the friendship he strikes up with one of the park's managers."
The second annual Comedy Central Comedy Awards were taped last night (April 28) in New York City and some of our favorite comedians including Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph were in attendance.
The awards show honors the best in stand-up, television, film, and online hysteria, as well as recognizing the legendary comedians of our time. This year, the special mentions were dedicated towards comedic icon Don Rickles and funny man Robin Williams, who called himself "one of the luckiest (bleeps) in show business, with the possible exception of Ryan Seacrest."
Making for one of the fan favorite sketches of the show, "Saturday Night Live" put together a comedic bit with Jay-Z, Beyonce Knowles and their baby daughter Blue Ivy as the focal point.
With the episode's host Maya Rudolph taking on the role of the "Run The World (Girls)" singer while Jay Pharoah channeled the "99 Problems" rapper, the pair were shown welcoming a lineup of Hollywood stars visiting to meet the power couple's little girl.
Returning to the show that helped launch her career, Maya Rudolph took over the hosting duties on yesterday's (February 18) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
Following a Linsanity Postgame Cold Open sketch centering on New York Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin, Miss Rudolph stepped onstage for her monologue in which she treated the Studio 8H audience and viewers at home to a song about her many love partners called “Do You Wanna Funk?” before moving into the crowd while hitting on a handful of current cast members.