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Colleen Ballinger Made Angela Kinsey’s YouTube Baking Show Happen

If you’re nostalgic for The Office and just want to see all your favorite Dunder Mifflin employees hanging out together, then you have Colleen Ballinger (aka, Miranda Sings) to thank for this YouTube baking show.

Angela Kinsey, who portrayed uptight, bossy Angela Martin on the The Office, currently hosts a YouTube channel with her husband, Josh Snyder, called Baking With Josh & Ange. The couple created the channel and show at the suggestion of Ballinger when she and Kinsey were working together on Haters Back Off.

As Kinsey told Mashable, “Josh had come to visit me on set and made cookies. We were hanging out and Colleen was like, ‘First of all, you guys are so cute,’ and then said, ‘I love baking channels, you should do this, you should make a baking channel.”

Their channel launched in December 2016 with a video in which the couple bakes “pajama sugar cookies
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Heather Graham Signs With APA for Filmmaking (Exclusive)

Heather Graham Signs With APA for Filmmaking (Exclusive)
Heather Graham has signed with Apa for writing, producing and directing, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She continues to be repped by Gersh as an actress.

Graham's writing and directorial debut, the female-empowerment sex comedy Half Magic, was released last month. The Bubble Factory-produced film is a semi-autobiographical take on Graham's romantic misadventures in Hollywood, and she stars alongside Angela Kinsey and Stephanie Beatriz in the eOne release.

The Boogie Nights and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me star also previously executive produced the 2005 romantic comedy Cake, in which she starred alongside Sandra Oh and Cheryl...
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Pilot News: Noel Fisher Joins Red Line, Office Vet's ABC Comedy and More

Pilot News: Noel Fisher Joins Red Line, Office Vet's ABC Comedy and More
Shameless vet Noel Fisher is headed back to the Windy City.

The actor will co-star in the CBS drama pilot Red Line as a Chicago cop who shot an African-American doctor in a convenience store, our sister site Deadline reports.

The potential series will follow three different families that have a connection to the case as the story is told from each of their perspectives.

In other pilot casting news, per Deadline:

* Angela Kinsey (The Office) will star opposite Kat Dennings in an untitled ABC comedy about two guest-services associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and patrons they’re stuck with.
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Angela Kinsey To Co-Star In Justin Noble’s ABC Comedy Pilot

The Office alumna Angela Kinsey is set for a lead role opposite Kat Dennings in ABC's untitled Justin Noble comedy pilot. Written by Noble and directed by Will Gluck, the untitled project is based on the book and blog How May We Hate You? The workplace ensemble comedy centers on two guest-services associates at a high-end resort and the co-workers and guests they're stuck with for eight to 16 hours a day. Kinsey will play Dana. A kind hotel employee, Dana has the worst…
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Heather Graham on Her Directorial Debut Comedy ‘Half Magic’ and Celebrating Women

Written and directed by Heather Graham, the comedy Half Magic is a story of female empowerment, in which three women turn their frustration over male dominance into a sisterhood, where they can lean on each other as they learn to love themselves without defining their own worth through the men in their lives. At the center of the story is Honey (Graham), an aspiring writer who just isn’t having her voice heard at work, and her personal life is also reflecting that. With the help of friendship and a female sexual empowerment class, Honey, Eva (Angela Kinsey) and Candy (…
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movies by or about women opening Us/Can from Fri Feb 23

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Every Day [IMDb]

Angourie Rice stars as a teenager who falls in love with a soul that inhabits a different body every day (and some of those bodies are female, too). (male writer and director)

Annihilation [IMDb] pictured

Natalie Portman stars as a scientist on an expedition to a mysterious realm. Costarring Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tessa Thompson, Gina Rodriguez, and Tuva Novotny. (male writer-director)

Game Night [IMDb]

Rachel McAdams costars as one half of a game-nerd couple whose party goes awry. With Sharon Horgan and Kylie Bunbury in major supporting roles. (male writers and director)

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Half Magic [IMDb]

Heather Graham writes, directs, and stars in a comedy about three women taking control of their romantic lives. Costarring Stephanie Beatriz and Angela Kinsey.

Days of Power [IMDb]

Jenny Hutton costars as a musician who gets caught up, along with her band, in an underground industry. Written by Michel Grey. (male director)

Curvature [IMDb]

Lyndsy Fonseca
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Weekly Update for February 23: Women Centric, Directed, and Written Films Playing Near You

“Annihilation”Films About Women Opening This Week

Annihilation

After her husband disappears, a biologist (Natalie Portman) signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition in an environmental disaster zone where the laws of nature don’t apply. The expedition team is made up of the biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and a linguist. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, Tuva Novotny, and Oscar Isaac also star. (Press materials)

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Half Magic — Written and Directed by Heather Graham (Also Available on VOD)

“Half Magic”

Three women (Heather Graham, Stephanie Beatriz, and Angela Kinsey) use their newly formed sisterhood to fight against sexism and low self-esteem. Through embracing their wild adventures, they learn the secret to ultimate fulfillment. (Press materials)

Dark River — Written and Directed by Clio Barnard (Opens in the UK)

“Dark River”

Following the death of her father, Alice (Ruth Wilson) returns home
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Film Review: ‘Half Magic’

Film Review: ‘Half Magic’
“I’m not saying I’m against women’s rights, I’m just saying there’s no market for their films,” insists vainglorious action star Peter (Chris D’Elia) to his miserable development assistant and girlfriend Honey (Heather Graham). He’s a ridiculous man and it’s a ridiculous line, but one suspects that Graham, here making her writing and directing debut after decades as eye candy, has heard similar riffs during her career. Her Wiccan romantic comedy “Half Magic” is one part wish fulfillment, two parts justified fury. When Peter sneers, “Your directing career hasn’t gotten off the ground yet because you look like a big-booby dummy,” it’s too easy to picture Graham going home from yet another lousy meeting to furiously type out frustrations which play out here in all-caps Comic Sans.

The question is: Can Graham prove powerful people like Peter wrong? She’s made a proudly feminine film about three friends
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Movie Review – Half Magic (2018)

Half Magic, 2018.

Written and Directed by Heather Graham

Starring Heather Graham, Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Chris D’Elia, Thomas Lennon, Luke Arnold, Molly Shannon, Jason Lewis, Rhea Perlman, and Johnny Knoxville

Synopsis:

Explores themes of female empowerment through sex, work, and friendship. These women are able to come together through their frustration over male dominance and in fact use their newly formed sisterhood to lean on each other and understand that they must first learn to love themselves before doing anything else.

As far as outlandish plot devices go, magic candles capable of granting obnoxious and gossipy middle-aged women plagued with self-esteem and relationship issues their own fantasy worlds is overload. Directed, written by, and starring Heather Graham (Boogie Nights, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, The Hangover trilogy, Twin Peaks), Half Magic is pulling from past life experiences in an effort to highlight her mistakes (the same many
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Heather Graham is Combating Hollywood Sexism With a Racy New Romantic Comedy For Women

Heather Graham is Combating Hollywood Sexism With a Racy New Romantic Comedy For Women
Girl Talk is a weekly look at women in film — past, present, and future.

Three decades into her Hollywood career, Heather Graham is making some changes. The long-time actress has always mixed things up in her work. Even as a teenager, she always seemed interested in working with a wide array of directors on some very different projects, playing the object of Corey Haim’s affection in the teen comedy “License to Drive” and turning in an Indie Spirit-nominated supporting turn in Gus Van Sant’s “Drugstore Cowboy” in the space of a year. Her best-known roles also reflect that same spirit, and Graham is just as recognizable for her work in the first “Austin Powers” film as she is for her heartbreaking spin in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Boogie Nights.”

But that still doesn’t mean she was getting all the parts she wanted. “As an actress, sometimes you
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The Office: John Krasinski Hasn't Been Called About an NBC Reboot

Will there be a reboot of The Office? According to The Hollywood Reporter, John Krasinski is not aware of an NBC series revival.Kransinski played Jim Halpert on the long-running workplace comedy, which also starred Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson, B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Kate Flannery, Mindy Kaling, Creed Bratton, Paul Lieberstein, Oscar Nunez, and Ed Helms. The show ran for nine seasons before ending in 2013.Read More…
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February 2018 Film Preview

“Annihilation”

February is when many of us need a mid-winter pick-me-up. Luckily, there are plenty of theatrical releases this month that make for the perfect antidote to cabin fever. Kicking things off is “A Fantastic Woman,” about a trans nightclub singer who endures discrimination from the family of her late lover whilst she grieves his sudden death.

A week later will see the release of “Becks,” a charming indie that follows a Brooklyn musician who moves back to her hometown after a breakup. Elizabeth Rohrbaugh co-directed the film and co-wrote it alongside Rebecca Drysdale.

Hitting Netflix February 9 is Sophie Sartain and Roberta Grossman’s fresh-from-Sundance “Seeing Allred.” The documentary charts women’s rights lawyer Gloria Allred’s rise to household name status and follows her in her continued battle against sexual violence. At the height of #MeToo , and #TimesUp, the doc will serve the much-needed conversation around the culture of sexual harassment and assault.
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Red band trailer for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic

Ahead of its release next month, a new red band trailer has arrived online for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic which sees Graham starring alongside Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Jason Lewis, Thomas Lennon, and Chris D’Elia; check it out here…

Three women use their newly formed sisterhood to fight against sexism, bad relationships and low self-esteem. Through embracing their wild adventures, they learn the secret to ultimate fulfillment.

Half Magic is set for release on February 23rd.

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First poster for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic

Ahead of its release next month, the first poster has arrived online for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic featuring Graham, Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz; check it out here…

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Three women use their newly formed sisterhood to fight against sexism, bad relationships and low self-esteem. Through embracing their wild adventures, they learn the secret to ultimate fulfillment.

Half Magic is set for release on February 23rd.

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‘Half Magic’ Trailer: Heather Graham’s Directorial Debut

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‘Half Magic’ Trailer: Heather Graham’s Directorial Debut
Heather Graham makes her directorial debut with Half Magic, a comedy starring Graham, The Office‘s Angela Kinsey and Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Stephanie Beatriz. The actresses play free friends who decide to rebel against sexism and bad relationships through a series of wild adventures. Many standard comedy movie beats seemingly follow. Watch the Half Magic trailer below. Actress Heather Graham decided […]

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Heather Graham: "Half Magic"

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Sneak Peek footage, plus images from the upcoming comedy romance "Half Magic", written and directed by actress Heather Graham, starring Graham, Stephanie Beatriz, Jason Lewis, Molly Shannon, Luke Arnold, Thomas Lennon and Angela Kinsey, opening February 2018:

"...exploring themes of female empowerment through sex, work and friendship, a group of women come together through their frustration over male dominance, using their newly formed sisterhood to lean on each other. They understand they must first learn to love themselves before doing anything else..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Half Magic"...
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Trailer Watch: Heather Graham Says Goodbye to Jerks in Directorial Debut “Half Magic”

“Half Magic”

“I want to have hot sex with someone who’s really nice to me,” says Heather Graham in a new trailer for her directorial debut, “Half Magic.” She stars as Honey, a woman who is sick of dating jerks. It’s not like she’s asking for all that much — but the sleazebag she’s currently having sex with can’t meet her perfectly reasonable standards. He constantly undermines and dismisses her, at one point answering her question by asking if she’s posing it simply because she’s jealous that he’s more successful than she is. He’s that awful.

While attending a feminist event, Honey meets two new friends (Angela Kinsey and Stephanie Beatriz), both of whom are also unhappy in their personal lives. So Honey suggests the trio “make a pact to be with good guys only” — guys who treat them well like they deserve.
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Watch the trailer for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic

Momentum Pictures has released the first trailer for Heather Graham’s directorial debut Half Magic. The upcoming comedy sees Graham starring alongside Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Jason Lewis, Thomas Lennon, and Chris D’Elia; watch the trailer here…

Three women use their newly formed sisterhood to fight against sexism, bad relationships and low self-esteem. Through embracing their wild adventures, they learn the secret to ultimate fulfillment.

Half Magic is set for release on February 23rd.

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Official Trailer for 'Half Magic' - Heather Graham's Directorial Debut

"Why are we sitting around talking about how sad our lives are?" Momentum Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for an indie romantic comedy titled Half Magic, the feature directorial debut of actress Heather Graham, who also stars in the film in the lead role as "Honey". Half Magic is a story all about female empowerment in relationships, the work place, and in sex. Graham herself stars as woman working in Hollywood, based on her own experiences. The ensemble cast also features Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Jason Lewis, Thomas Lennon, and Chris D'Elia. This also features music by Moby, which is pretty cool. This looks quirky, spunky, and amusing, I'm certainly curious about it. Might be worth a watch. Here's the first official trailer for Heather Graham's Half Magic, direct from YouTube: Heather Graham's Half Magic explores themes of female empowerment through sex, work, and friendship. These women
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‘Half Magic’ Trailer: Heather Graham Steps Behind the Camera for Female-Forward Sex Comedy

‘Half Magic’ Trailer: Heather Graham Steps Behind the Camera for Female-Forward Sex Comedy
For her directorial debut, long-time actress and Hollywood star Heather Graham tackled an R-rated mainstay — the sex comedy — with a decidedly feminine-focused twist and a strong message of self-love. Graham also stars in the film, which is apparently “pulled from personal experiences.”

Half Magic” follows a trio of very different women who share the same problem: their love lives just aren’t up to snuff. The ladies, including Angela Kinsey and Stephanie Beatriz, decide to take it upon themselves to pursue only good relationships with worthy men.

Read More:Heather Graham Says Harvey Weinstein Implied She Had to Have Sex With Him to Be Cast in His Film

In an official statement from Graham herself, the newly-minted filmmaker shares, “On the surface, ‘Half Magic is a comedy about bad dating decisions. Why do we choose the people we choose? What draws us in? Why do we always ‘know better’ but do it anyway?
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