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Sandra Bullock is Ashburn, a driven, uptight, know-it-all FBI agent; Melissa McCarthy plays Mullins, an obnoxious, unorthodox Boston cop who has all her male colleagues intimidated. They are forced to work together in pursuit of a mysterious drug
Bridesmaids' Star Chris O'Dowd Planting Roots In America ... for $870,000 Exclusive Chris O'Dowd -- that funny Irish guy from " Bridesmaids " -- is doing what everyone does when they start to get famous in America ... spend their hard-earned US
Rebel Wilson wonders why "hot" people don't lie about being "two-toothed" online. The Australian actress is known for her wicked sense of humour and has appeared in comedies such as Bridesmaids and Pitch Perfect. In 2010, documentary Catfish made
Post navigation Nobody's Buying John Travolta's Fake Hair and Other News John Travolta's little chin swatch looks just as real as his hair piece. I'm glad Kate Winslet's merkin from The Reader is still getting some use, though. And not just by the
Comment Kristen Wiig has turned down a lucrative sequel to the hit comedy Bridesmaids , and she says the decision wasn't a hard one. Wiig told Harper's Bazaar she and Bridesmaid writer Annie Mumolo were given the chance to start work on a sequel, and
Why doesn't the film industry trust women?...The film was a hit at the US box office this weekend grossing at total of $40 million. New York, NY (CNN) -- It would be wonderful to say that in 2013 things were looking up for women in Hollywood -- both
Actress Kristen Wiig has ruled out a follow-up to her smash hit comedy Bridesmaids after turning down a big money deal to write a sequel. The funnywoman's film about a doomed bachelorette party was a surprise hit at the box office, raking in $288
Hoping to nab a drug lord (and get a promotion) FBI agent Sarah Ashburn ( Sandra Bullock ) heads to Boston to take a bite of crime. As a student of evidence and motive, Ashburn is the best at working a crime sceneand she never lets anyone forget it.
Don't get me wrongI adored the movie, and it will always be the kind of movie that will make you late for things anytime it's on television. I just don't think a sequel would be a good idea. You know why? Because sequels are usually super terrible,
Ho-hum, you got the earnest, straight-laced, by-the-book cop, which surely means you must also have the loose-cannon, foul-mouthed, off-the-wall cop. Do the math and, if this were funny, The Heat would add up to your average buddy-cop comedy...