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Caption Arts and culture in pictures by The Times The Groundlings Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times The Groundlings is celebrating its 40th anniversary by hosting improv shows by the decades, bringing back alumni from each era, through July 12. Here,
26am Judy Greer as Lina and Nat Faxon as Russ in "Married." Photo: FX A funny thing happens on the way to wedded bliss in FX's new comedy Married. In the series (Thursdays at 10 p.m.) Nat Faxon (Ben & Kate) and Judy Greer (Arrested Development) play
SEE IT they told me. my husband and i settled in on a rainy saturday night anxious to see it and wound up looking at each other in dismay it was the least funny movie we had ever seen.
Kristen Wiig is a pro at making people laughbut can she make them cry? While her sense of humor served her well on NBC's Saturday Night Live and as the co-writer and star of Bridesmaids , the 40-year-old actress has a serious side, too. Does Wiig
From the moment he laid eyes on her, Ben Falcone knew Melissa McCarthy was one-of-a-kind. The couple met as students at the The Groundlings Theatre & School in California, though Falcone already knew who she was. "She was a couple years older than me.
Melissa McCarthy adds a pop of pink while grabbing a bite to eat at a Thai restaurant on Thursday (July 10) in Studio City, Calif. The 43-year-old actress was spotted cuddling up to her husband Ben Falcone while waiting for their car at the valet.
Melissa McCarthy stars in and Ben Falcone directed the new comedy 'Tammy,' which the husband and wife wrote together. Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone also appeared in the movies 'Bridesmaids' and 'The Heat' together. July 8, 2014 "There's the Mooch,"
The Project Runway season 4 winner is slamming the Tammy actress for recently saying that no designer wanted to dress her for the 2012 Oscars, claiming instead that he "met with her people" in an attempt to collaborate at the time. "She and her
IFC announced today that it has ordered The Spoils Before Dying , a six-episode sequel to the Funny or Die-produced The Spoils of Babylon that will air next summer. Executive producer Will Ferrell will return onscreen as Eric Jonrosh, the author/
Written by the film and TV star with her husband Ben Falcone -- who also directs -- "Tammy" should have all the right moves to drive McCarthy fans wild with pleasure. Instead, it's likely to inspire the question "Is this all there is?" Partly this is