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Inside Brooke Shields’ Stylish New York Townhouse That’s Filled with Feathered Friends

12 October 2017 1:03 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Every room in Brooke Shields’s four-story New York City townhouse has what the actress calls “a cherry”—that “one thing I really didn’t want to live without, the one thing I splurged on.”

In the living room it’s the stone mantel Shields and her architect rescued from the Plaza Hotel after the property was refurbished in the mid-2000s; in the dining room it’s the hand-blocked wallpaper; and in her light-filled kitchen it’s the custom-made marble-topped dining table, inspired by a baker’s cart that Shields, 52, spotted in Europe. “If you look underneath it,” she points out, »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Star Sightings: Lorde Wows the Crowd at Life is Beautiful Festival, Ariana Grande Dances in Hong Kong & More!

29 September 2017 8:20 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

From popping bottles in Vegas to tons of birthday celebrations and fun performances, celebs are kicking off fall right!

Lorde made the crowd feel anything but blue during her performance on the first night of the Life is Beautiful Music and Art Festival in Las Vegas on Sept. 22, performing her hits like “Green Light” and “Royals.” The night was closed out by blink-182 and Chance the Rapper.

Photo: Jeff Kravitz

Following his Saturday afternoon set at Marquee Dayclub in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, DJ Khaled was briefly joined by Kesha at a private dining room at Tao Asian Bistro in the Venetian on Sept. 23. The “Praying” singer, who was in town to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, congratulated Khaled on his festival performance before heading to her own table in the restaurant’s loft, where she enjoyed the chicken fried rice, lobster wontons and short ribs. As for the producer, he and a group »

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Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, & Amy Poehler Join Forces for New Netflix Comedy Series

21 September 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Lyonne capturing our feelings of excitement on “Orange Is the New Black

Orange Is the New Black” star Natasha Lyonne, “Sleeping with Other People” writer-director Leslye Headland, and “Parks and Rec” alumna and national treasure Amy Poehler are teaming up on a new project for the small screen. An untitled comedy series the trio created has received a straight-to-series order from Netflix. Lyonne will star in the eight-episode series, and will also pen it alongside Headland. A press release from the streamer announced the glorious news.

Hailing from Universal Television, the series follows Nadia (Lyonne) “on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City,” according to the project’s logline. Lyonne, Poehler, and Headland all serve as executive producers.

“So excited to get cracking with the intensely brilliant Leslye Headland, the Goat with a heart of gold Amy Poehler, and Netflix, the safe haven I’ve been searching for since the ’80s,” said Lyonne. “Deeply moved to work with such heavy hitters and to share our show with the world.”

Headland added, “These women are heroes of mine and to work with them at a company that promotes originality and creativity is a thrill.”

“Natasha’s humor, humanity, and depth have connected with audiences around the world on ‘Orange Is the New Black,’” said Cindy Holland, Vice President, Original Content for Netflix. “With this new series, she, Leslye, and Amy are creating an ambitious and uniquely formatted comedy that will have viewers guessing as much as they will be laughing.”

No word on when to expect the series, but if Headland’s other projects are any indication, we can expect some dark and frank comedy. “A lot of people think that I’m trying to be shocking with my dialogue or subject matter,” the “Bachelorette” writer-director has told us. “That’s not my goal when I go into a project. I focus on darker things or bad behavior or explicit dialogue because creatively I am more interested in my mistakes and why I made them than my good deeds and my achievements.”

It seems very likely that at least one — but possibly all three — of the show’s creators will direct episodes of the new series. Headland has two features under her belt, Poehler has helmed episodes of “Parks and Recreation” and “Broad City,” and Lyonne directed her first short this year, “Cabiria, Charity, Chastity.”

Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland, & Amy Poehler Join Forces for New Netflix Comedy Series was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Natasha Lyonne, Amy Poehler Team for Netflix Comedy Series

20 September 2017 7:15 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Orange is the New Black star Natasha Lyonne, actress-producer Amy Poehler and writer-director Leslye Headland (Bachelorette, Sleeping With Other People) are teaming for an as-yet-untitled comedy series for Netflix.

The series is co-created and executive produced by Lyonne, Poehler and Headland. It stars Lyonne, who plays main character Nadia. The show follows Nadia "on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York," according to a statement.

"So excited to get cracking with the intensely brilliant Leslye Headland, the Goat with a heart of gold Amy Poehler, »

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TVLine Items: Bloody Punisher Trailer, Amy Poehler's Netflix Series and More

20 September 2017 1:13 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The Punisher is going to have a heck of a time getting that blood off his hands.

In the first full-length trailer for Netflix’s Daredevil offshoot, Jon Bernthal’s Frank Castle happily shoots on sight as he uncovers a conspiracy that runs far deeper than New York’s criminal underworld. The vigilante known as The Punisher must discover the truth about injustices that affect more than just the family that he lost.

RelatedMarvel’s Inhumans Review: Even on Big Screen, New ABC Drama Feels Small

The show  — which does not yet have a premiere date — also stars Deborah Ann Woll »

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Netflix Greenlights Comedy From Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland & Amy Poehler

20 September 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Netflix has given an eight-episode straight-to-series order to an untitled comedy (fka Russian Doll) from Natasha Lyonne, Leslye Headland (Bachelorette, Sleeping with Other People) and Amy Poehler, with Lyonne attached to star. Co-created and executive produced by Lyonne, Poehler and Headland, the comedy follows a young woman named Nadia (Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York City. "Natasha's humor, humanity… »

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Natasha Lyonne to Star in Netflix Comedy From Amy Poehler, Leslye Headland

20 September 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Three years after uniting for a comedy at NBC, Amy Poehler and Natasha Lyonne are reteaming for a new project at Netflix.

The streaming giant has handed out an eight-episode straight-to-series order for an untitled comedy starring Lyonne and produced by Poehler and Leslye Headland.

The untitled project, referred during the development process as Russian Doll, follows a young woman named Nadia (Lyonne) on her journey as the guest of honor at a seemingly inescapable party one night in New York.

Lyonne created the series alongside Poehler and Headland (Paramount Network's upcoming Heathers reboot and features Bachelorette and Sleeping With »

- Lesley Goldberg

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Mark Wahlberg Jokes He Isn’t Happy His Daughter and Will Ferrell’s Son Follow Each Other Online: It’s ‘Disturbing’

1 September 2017 12:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Mark Wahlberg wasn’t thrilled when he learned that Will Ferrell‘s 13-year-old son Magnus was in “some sort of communication” with his daughter.

“I found out some disturbing news today,” Wahlberg, 46, tells Ellen DeGeneres when the two appear on her upcoming Tuesday show — the season 15 premiere — to promote their new movie, Daddy’s Home 2.

“I thought was a lovely lad until I found out that he has formed some sort of communication with my oldest child,” the actor and father of four says of his daughter Ella Rae, also 13.

“They’re following each other on Instagram,” adds Ferrell, 50, putting on his classic serious face. »

- Yvonne Juris

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‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Photo Diary: Funny Gals vs. Funny Guys in ‘Most Competitive Game Yet’

21 July 2017 7:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Comedians may make you laugh, but don’t underestimate their competitive spirits. On Sunday’s “Celebrity Family Feud,” the Funny Gals take on the Funny Guys, and it’s far more intense than you’d expect.

The Funny Gals team — June Diane Raphael, Andrea Savage, Kristen Schaal, Nicole Byer, and Carla Gallo — and the Funny Guys team — Paul Scheer, John Gemberling, Adam Pally, Eugene Cordero, Horatio Sanz — compete in what has been reportedly been the most competitive match in the history of the show. We say reportedly because that’s what Scheer himself said, and he’s clearly biased. (Editor’s Note: IndieWire is also biased towards Scheer because he conducted one of the best interviews and photo shoots with “BacheloretteRachel Lindsay ever.)

Read More‘The BacheloretteRachel Lindsay Gets Grilled By Comedian Paul Scheer And Tells All — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

That said, the episode looks »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Celebrity Family Feud’ Photo Diary: Funny Gals vs. Funny Guys in ‘Most Competitive Game Yet’

21 July 2017 7:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Comedians may make you laugh, but don’t underestimate their competitive spirits. On Sunday’s “Celebrity Family Feud,” the Funny Gals take on the Funny Guys, and it’s far more intense than you’d expect.

The Funny Gals team — June Diane Raphael, Andrea Savage, Kristen Schaal, Nicole Byer, and Carla Gallo — and the Funny Guys team — Paul Scheer, John Gemberling, Adam Pally, Eugene Cordero, Horatio Sanz — compete in what has been reportedly been the most competitive match in the history of the show. We say reportedly because that’s what Scheer himself said, and he’s clearly biased. (Editor’s Note: IndieWire is also biased towards Scheer because he conducted one of the best interviews and photo shoots with “BacheloretteRachel Lindsay ever.)

Read More‘The BacheloretteRachel Lindsay Gets Grilled By Comedian Paul Scheer And Tells All — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

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- Hanh Nguyen

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Dicks Before Chicks: The Toxic Romantic Comedy Sub-Genre That Just Won’t Die

14 July 2017 8:58 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Girl Talk is a weekly look at women in film — past, present, and future.

Sandwiched in between the summer’s biggest blockbuster offerings and superhero tentpoles are a pair of outrageously funny outliers — comedies that, for all their raunchy gags and wild behavior, center squarely on women and their friendships — in the form of “Rough Night” and the upcoming release “Girls Trip.” Although both films lean hard on their comedic trappings, often in the form of booze-fueled bad behavior from their leading ladies, they also both find unexpected heart and charm in their deeper explorations of the relationships between the very different women that populate them.

But even with films like “Rough Night” and “Girls Trip” hitting the multiplex with a welcome dose of girl power, it seems that even this summer isn’t immune from the most tired and toxic of lady-centric comedy tropes: the dicks before chicks sub-genre. »

- Kate Erbland

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How ‘The Beguiled’ Star Kirsten Dunst Took Control of Her Career by Owning Her Taste for Depressives, Smart Directors, and Powerful TV

22 June 2017 3:03 PM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Kirsten Dunst, who steals the show from Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in Cannes director-winner Sofia Coppola’s Civil War potboiler “The Beguiled” (June 23, Focus Features). It’s her fourth collaboration with Coppola.

Bottom Line: Dunst steered toward playing strong women from an early age, with films that include political comedy “Dick” with Michelle Williams, John Stockwell’s “Crazy/Beautiful” with Jay Hernandez, and Peyton Reed and Jessica Bendinger’s cheerleader sleeper “Bring It On,” shot the year she graduated from Los Angeles’ Catholic high school Notre Dame. She has never settled for The Girlfriend or romantic lead, although she made a memorable Mary Jane Watson in the “Spider-Man” franchise. “Looking back, I’m proud of the choices that I’ve made,” she said. “A »

- Anne Thompson

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How ‘The Beguiled’ Star Kirsten Dunst Took Control of Her Career by Owning Her Taste for Depressives, Smart Directors, and Powerful TV

22 June 2017 3:03 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Welcome to Career Watch, a vocational checkup of top actors and directors, and those who hope to get there. In this edition we take on Kirsten Dunst, who steals the show from Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in Cannes director-winner Sofia Coppola’s Civil War potboiler “The Beguiled” (June 23, Focus Features). It’s her fourth collaboration with Coppola.

Bottom Line: Dunst steered toward playing strong women from an early age, with films that include political comedy “Dick” with Michelle Williams, John Stockwell’s “Crazy/Beautiful” with Jay Hernandez, and Peyton Reed and Jessica Bendinger’s cheerleader sleeper “Bring It On,” shot the year she graduated from Los Angeles’ Catholic high school Notre Dame. She has never settled for The Girlfriend or romantic lead, although she made a memorable Mary Jane Watson in the “Spider-Man” franchise. “Looking back, I’m proud of the choices that I’ve made,” she said. “A long career is up to you. It’s your barometer of taste and the choices you make as an actress inform how other people look at you and if they want you in their movies. So you have to be wise.”

Career Peaks: A model from the age of three, the child actress shot out of a cannon when she won a worldwide search for 11-year-old Claudia, starring opposite Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in “Interview with the Vampire,” Neil Jordan’s fabulously kinky 1994 take on the Anne Rice classic. Dunst has long leaned into women’s subjects and directors, from Gillian Armstrong and Robin Swicord’s “Little Women” and Leslye Hedland’s raucous “Bachelorette,” to Coppola’s Cannes breakout “The Virgin Suicides,” shot when she was 16.

That film marked her segue to more adult roles. “I was sexualized,” Dunst told me, “but through her lens, which was such a wonderful way to be transitioned. There was nothing grotesque, even though I was doing things in that film that I was uncomfortable doing. I’d stress out about ‘Oh, I have to make out with that boy on the roof,’ but Sofia would just have me nuzzle into the side of their face. Even though I was blossoming, it was not something I was comfortable with yet. She really opened that door for me.”

Dunst went on to star for Coppola as a coquettish queen in the title role “Marie Antoinette,” and cameoed in “The Bling Ring.”

Assets: Beyond sexual allure, Dunst brings depth and mystery. She can play the girl next door (“Spider-Man”), a drunk bride peeing on the lawn in the moonlight in her wedding dress (“Melancholia”), an imperious 18th-century queen (“Marie Antoinette”), or a racist Nasa administrator (“Hidden Figures”). She has a steely edge, as well as a wicked sense of humor. Her career pivot came before 2010 Ryan Gosling two-hander “All Good Things,” when she started to meet with acting coach/therapist Greta Seacat (who also works with Coppola).

While Dunst always picks projects based on directors, she credits Seacat with a total game change “in terms of acting and how I approach things,” said Dunst. “And now it’s all about me. It’s cathartic for me. It’s my thing, it’s my experience, it’s nothing about pleasing anyone else but myself. And it all comes from me, so I have so much more control than anybody else; it’s all about my own inner life. By the time I get to set, I’m so prepared no one needs to direct me. No one needs to tell me anything. I feel so powerful with what I have to bring, that making movies is for myself now and it’s like getting rid of poisons. Like if you went to a therapist all the time, but I get to do it by acting out anything I want to, so that’s a powerful tool.”

She draws the line at too much nudity, and turned down a sexy role in another Lars von Trier movie. “I would work with him again,” she said. “It just depends on the part because he loves exposing… like Charlotte Gainsbourg, she has a less curvaceous body, so it’s less assaulting to see than if someone with larger breasts and more womanly-shaped did some of the things she did in movies.”

Biggest Problem: As she has come into a strong sense of her own identity, Dunst is making career choices for herself, not her fans. She’s not looking to please anyone else or playing the movie-star game, as evidenced by her maverick choices, from “Melancholia” to “Fargo.” “Only Lars and Pedro Almodovar write these incredible, messy roles for women,” she has said.

Awards Attention: She won Best Actress at Cannes for her hilariously depressed bride in Lars von Trier’s comedic end-of-the-world tragedy, “Melancholia,” after being quick enough on her feet to survive a disastrous Cannes press conference when her director went off the rails. While she earned plaudits and a Golden Globe nomination for Season Two of “Fargo” as the deeply flawed murderess Peggy Blumquist, she’s never earned an Oscar nomination. “The Beguiled” could be her first — she’s earning raves across the board.

Next page: Dunst scribes her character in “The Beguiled”: “Edwina would be me at my worst, working on a film that I don’t want to be on.”

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- Anne Thompson

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'The Beguiled': How Sofia Coppola Reimagined a Macho Seventies War Film

22 June 2017 5:38 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Up until a few years ago, Sofia Coppola swore she would never do a remake. Then her production designer, Anne Ross, brought Don Siegel's 1971 pulp classic The Beguiled to her attention – and the director saw a film ripe for retelling. A group of Southern belles are holed up at an all-girls school during the Civil War; suddenly, the young women and their headmistress have their isolated existence disrupted by a wounded Union soldier. Nearly half a century ago, Clint Eastwood's Corporal John McBurney behaved as if he had arrived at a brothel, »

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Is Kirsten Dunst Ready to Be a Mom? ‘It’s Time to Have Babies and Chill,’ She Says

31 May 2017 9:16 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Kirsten Dunst has babies on her brain.

The Beguiled star, 35, admitted her baby fever has only recently kicked in. Since working in Hollywood at a very young age, Dunst is looking to write the next chapter in her life, possibly as a mother.

“I’m at a stage in my life where I’m like, I’ve been working since I was 3. It’s time to have babies and chill,” Dunst said in Marie Claire U.K.‘s July issue.

“I wasn’t one of those ‘I need a baby!’ people until my goddaughter was born. I love her so much, »

- Karen Mizoguchi

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‘The Bachelorette’: Why The Show’s Parodies Are Better — Yet Hard to Separate From Reality

30 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A grown man wears a penguin onesie. An gimmicky moron shrieks his catchphrase (which, if you happen to forget it, is emblazoned on his T-shirt). A puppet expresses his existential crisis in French, with subtitles. It sounds like a “Saturday Night Live” sketch, but those are all things that really happened during the season premiere of “The Bachelorette.” You know, the real show.

Even if you’ve never seen a complete episode of either “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette,” ABC’s legendary reality franchises, you probably know them well thanks to the depth of its penetration within pop culture.

Read More: ‘The BacheloretteRachel Lindsay Gets Grilled By Comedian Paul Scheer And Tells All — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

Shows like “The Middle” and “Happy Endings” have referenced it directly, while other series like “Inside Amy Schumer,” “Saturday Night Live” and more have created their own fake versions. And »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Bachelorette’: Why The Show’s Parodies Are Better — Yet Hard to Separate From Reality

30 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

A grown man wears a penguin onesie. An gimmicky moron shrieks his catchphrase (which, if you happen to forget it, is emblazoned on his T-shirt). A puppet expresses his existential crisis in French, with subtitles. It sounds like a “Saturday Night Live” sketch, but those are all things that really happened during the season premiere of “The Bachelorette.” You know, the real show.

Even if you’ve never seen a complete episode of either “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette,” ABC’s legendary reality franchises, you probably know them well thanks to the depth of its penetration within pop culture.

Read More: ‘The BacheloretteRachel Lindsay Gets Grilled By Comedian Paul Scheer And Tells All — IndieWire’s Turn It On Podcast

Shows like “The Middle” and “Happy Endings” have referenced it directly, while other series like “Inside Amy Schumer,” “Saturday Night Live” and more have created their own fake versions. And »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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Beyond A24: How Hip New Distributors Are Targeting Millennial Tastemakers With Bold Films

8 March 2017 9:06 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

No one will forget the Best Picture award ceremony at the 2017 Academy Awards, but there’s a detail lost in the shock and recriminations: It was the moment that announced A24 as an industry gamechanger. Five years after the distributor supported unorthodox indies like Harmony Korine’s “Spring Breakers” and Jonathan Glazer’s “Under The Skin,” A24 saw its $1.5 million poetic drama “Moonlight” pull off a surprise best-picture win — one that led to a stunning $2.5 million box-office take in the film’s 20th week of release. 

In less than five years, A24 has galvanized a young cinephile audience that seemed so elusive, some doubted its existence. A24 certainly wasn’t the first to identify this demo; predecessors such as Magnolia, RADiUS, and Oscilloscope saw the same potential, and created some of the marketing tactics that now have become playbook. However, A24 had the advantage of a business strategy, and backing, »

- Eric Kohn

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Stx Options “The New Neighbors” Spec, Leslye Headland Set to Direct

16 February 2017 1:02 PM, PST | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Leslye Headland is gearing up to direct her third feature film. The “Bachelorette” and “Sleeping with Other People” writer-director is…

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- Rachel Montpelier

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Emma Stone and Jonah Hill's Sweet 'Superbad' Moment and 6 Other Epic Reunions at the 2017 SAG Awards

29 January 2017 11:59 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

This year's Screen Actors Guild Awards was a night of passion, politics, emotions, surprises and even some awesome cast reunions! Here are some of our favorite moments where former co-stars reconnected during the night's star-studded show.

1. Superbad

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After Emma Stone's super sweet (but nervous) acceptance speech left her a bit frazzled, her Superbad co-star Jonah Hill couldn't help but laugh as he escorted her backstage with a comforting arm around her shoulder.

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2. The Help

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Stone also reunited with her former The Help co-star, Octavia Spencer, while Bryce Dallas Howard and Viola Davis were all smiles as they posed together on the red carpet.

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Watch: Taraji P. Henson Brings Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae to Tears With 'Hidden Figures' SAG Awards Speech

3. Arrested Development

Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor and Alia Shawkat -- who starred as Buster Bluth, George (and Oscar »

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