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Ben Affleck Throws Cast and Crew of New Movie a Hawaiian Luau — and Lindsay Shookus Was There

Ben Affleck Throws Cast and Crew of New Movie a Hawaiian Luau — and Lindsay Shookus Was There
Ben Affleck is the best kind of coworker.

The 45-year-old actor threw the cast and crew of his upcoming film, Triple Frontier, a traditional Hawaiian luau on Saturday.

Around 500 people enjoyed the celebration, which included a full roasted pig pit at the venue. Entertainment included fire dancers, as well as a three-piece Hawaiian band, and Affleck provided shuttle service for all of the cast and crew.

A source tells People, ““They are all really enjoying the shoot.”

“Ben has been planning this luau for weeks,” the insider adds. “He wanted to do it for everyone as the shoot has been
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‘Westworld’ season 2 reviews: ‘Entertaining,’ ‘baffling’ and ‘ambitious’ sci-fi western returns to HBO

Season two of HBO’s science-fiction western “Westworld” is upon us, which means it’s time for critics and audiences to once again tie themselves in knots trying to decipher this puzzle box of a show. It’s set in a futuristic theme park in which sophisticated, lifelike robots known as “hosts” populate a fantasy version of the Wild West. In season one, which aired back in the fall of 2016, the hosts started to evolve and even achieve sentience. But the timeline isn’t always what we think it is. And even the characters are not always who we think they are. There are mysteries within mysteries within mysteries. Are critics excited for a return to that world on April 22?

As of this writing the second season of the show has received a score of 75 on MetaCritic based on 21 reviews. The show also has 94% freshness on Rotten Tomatoes based on 33 reviews,
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Original 'Saturday Night Live' Star Jane Curtin Opens up About Her Family and Road to Success

The office life wasn't for Jane Curtin. "The lighting is terrible," she quipped to an audience of fellow actors at a recent SAG-AFTRA Foundation Q&A in NYC. "We want to work with people who are a bit more interesting. We're thoughtful, imaginative, creative, funny, and empathetic. Seriously, who's better than us?" Nobody’s better than Jane, 70, when it comes to comedic acting. Her career success has spanned sketches (she was one of Saturday Night Live's original stars), sitcoms, and feature films (she appears alongside Melissa McCarthy in the upcoming Can You Ever Forgive Me?). "I'm persistent," she says. "I wanted to stay in this business and do what I do." Jane on SNL in 1977. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) When she was growing up in Cambridge, Ma, her insurance agent father encouraged her to pursue a more traditional career as a teacher or secretary. She was inspired by her mom,
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‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Long History of ‘Sexy Baby’ Voice on Screen

‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Long History of ‘Sexy Baby’ Voice on Screen
Michelle Williams is an unexpected scene-stealer in this weekend’s “I Feel Pretty,” but take a closer listen — the Oscar nominee’s vocal performance contributes to an ongoing conversation about gender and voice.

Williams plays cosmetics CEO Avery LeClair in the Stx comedy, a model of feminine perfection styled within an inch of her life and suffocating under the pressure it brings. The character serves as an ideal for Amy Schumer’s self-loathing protagonist, but also a lightning rod thanks to her insanely high-pitched voice.

This tone infantilizes her character no matter how serious the conversation she’s conducting as a businesswoman.

Also Read: Amy Schumer's 'I Feel Pretty' Zips to $1 Million at Thursday Box Office

“She is the object of ridicule because of her unfortunate voice,” Williams said during her press tour for “I Feel Pretty” this week.

Williams handles the affectation like a pro, playing up her own saccharine sounds for laughs, but Avery LeClair is the latest in a long line of “sexy baby” types that invite derision and spark debate.

“In the past seven years or so, there’s been so much attention paid to the female voice. From vocal fry to the baby voice. There has always been a cultural anxiousness about gender and voice,” Karen Tongson, an associate professor of gender studies at the University of Southern California, told TheWrap.

The most popular example of the sexy baby voice comes from a 2011 episode of “30 Rock” that centers entirely around the phenomenon. Cristin Milioti plays a guest writer on the fictional sketch series created by Tina Fey’s Liz Lemon — she is scantily clad, pridefully promiscuous and constantly coming on to men in the workplace. And, of course, her voice hits the highest registers possible.

In an NPR interview the same year, Fey recalled the real-life incident that inspired the episode. It was from a college acting class.

“This beautiful, voluptuous little tiny actress had one of these tiny voices. She was doing a monologue, and one of my acting teachers, he very gently said, ‘Ok. I want you to do the monologue again, and I would like to use your adult woman voice,'” Fey told Fresh Air host Terry Gross.

Also Read: Jaden Smith's Adventures in Gender Fluidity: What It Means, Who Profits

The actress dropped her pitch and spoke in her true voice, Fey said, “and all the other women in the class looked at each other like, ‘I knew it!””

Tongson said the “30 Rock” episode “essentially presents those anxieties, particularly for feminist-identified and working professional women — that they are subjugating themselves to certain expectations around femininity and softness. If someone is speaking in a higher tone, it diminishes authority.”

Examples are everywhere. On the highly-bingeable Bravo series “Imposters,” Israeli actress Inbar Lavi offers a masterclass in voice work as she plays a con woman always assuming new identities. One of those is a ditzy, cleavage-baring assistant trying to romance her boss. In his presence, she speaks in the register of a toddler.

During Kristen Wiig’s time on “Saturday Night Live,” one of her most popular recurring characters was a vampy redhead named Shana. Her shtick was a combination of sexy baby voice and the transatlantic accents of Hollywood’s golden age, who used her exaggerated manners to command the attention of men in any given situation.



“Look earlier in culture at ‘My Fair Lady,'” Tongson said. “We’re talking about how accents mark class. It informs your identity in so many different ways. Whether its a type of accent, tone, the words you choose. It can really mark where you belong in a social order.”

This vocal scrutiny is not just limited to scripted content. Two months ago, Jimmy Kimmel devoted an entire segment on his late-night show to call out a contestant named Krystal on “The Bachelor.” He crowned her as having “the most annoying voice in ‘Bachelor’ history,” and played a supercut of her cooing exaggerated greetings.

Hiiieeeeeeeeeeee.

Reality kingpin Kim Kardashian West’s tendency to drop from sky-high registers to a groggy low — known as “vocal fry” — is also the subject of internet mashups and hot takes.

Consequences get higher outside the safety of philosophical musings and observations in entertainment. Real women often change or mask their voices in everyday situations, sometimes to damaging effects, Tongson said.

“Women in professional situations speak much lower than their actual tambour. I worked with a speech therapist because I was having vocal module issues … I was speaking much lower in the classroom than what my natural vocal box was built for,” Tongson said.

“That has to do with associating with deeper voices and authority. It’s a common problem. Speech therapists I’ve worked with said it’s a completely common issue for women and it can damage people’s voices and create physiological harm,” she concluded.

We pray no Michelle Williams’ were harmed during the making of “I Feel Pretty.”

Read original story ‘I Feel Pretty’ and the Long History of ‘Sexy Baby’ Voice on Screen At TheWrap
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Angry Birds 2 Heats Up with Leslie Jones and Sterling K. Brown

Angry Birds 2 Heats Up with Leslie Jones and Sterling K. Brown
Leslie Jones, Sterling K. Brown and Rachel Bloom, among others, have been added to the Angry Birds 2 cast, Sony Pictures and Rovio Entertainment have announced. Angry Birds 2 is coming our way next year. Even if you didn't like The Angry Birds Movie, it's hard not to be a little impressed and interested in the voice cast that has been assembled for the upcoming sequel.

Starting with Leslie Jones, the Saturday Night Live cast member and Ghostbusters reboot star has been tapped to voice the movie's villain character. Additionally, Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Sterling K. Brown (This is Us), Eugenio Derbez (Overboard), Zach Woods (Silicon Valley), Awkwafina (Ocean's 8), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Dove Cameron (The Descendants), Beck Bennett (Brigsby Bear) and Brooklynn Prince (The Florida Project) have all signed on for roles in The Angry Birds Movie 2. Here's what producer John Cohen had to say about the additions to the cast.
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Tribeca 2018 Slideshow: Opening Night Red Carpet for 'Love Gilda'

Previous | Image 1 of 8 | NextThe Premiere Love Gilda at the Beacon Theatre.

New York City – The 17th Tribeca Film Festival opened on April 18, 2018, opened with New York City centered film, the documentary “Love, Gilda.” Directed by Lisa Dapolito, the film tells the story of Gilda Radner, an original cast member in 1975 on “Saturday Night Live” (SNL). The doc featured past and present members of SNL, relating their stories on the meteoric rise and later battles of Gilda, who almost by accident became famous.

Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com was at the Red Carpet opening, and took some Exclusive Photos. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. Photos © Patrick McDonald for HollywoodChicago.com

TRIBECA1: The Premiere of Love Gilda at the Beacon Theatre. TRIBECA2: The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Opens on April 18, 2017. TRIBECA3: The Call Sheet for
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Chevy Chase Reportedly Lost 110 Pounds After Gastric Bypass Surgery — See Photos!

We're seeing less of Chevy Chase these days — not just because the National Lampoon and Community star's on-screen roles have become scarce in recent years, but because he has lost a lot of weight. In fact, one report has claimed the 74-year-old actor has shed 110 pounds after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, and new photos of Chevy seem to corroborate that assumption! According to Radar, Chevy once weighed 300 pounds but has lost more than a third of that weight through a combination of surgery and rehab. "He went to rehab for the second time to deal with his alcoholism," a source told the site. "The word is he also went in for gastric bypass to limit the food he eats." (Photo Credit: Getty Images) The insider continued, "Slowly but surely, the pounds melted away, and he lost 110 pounds. It's true he's looking slimmer than he has in decades. Getting sober was key.
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Leslie Jones, Rachel Bloom, Sterling K. Brown Join Voice Cast of 'Angry Birds 2'

Leslie Jones, Rachel Bloom, Sterling K. Brown Join Voice Cast of 'Angry Birds 2'
Sony Pictures and Rovio Entertainment are adding a new flock of comedic talent to Angry Birds 2.

Leslie Jones (Saturday Night Live, Ghostbusters) will voice the film’s villain character, while Rachel Bloom (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Sterling K. Brown (This is Us, The People vs. O.J. Simpson), Mexico’s breakout Eugenio Derbez (Instructions Not Included, Overboard), Zach Woods (Silicon Valley, The Post), Awkwafina (Ocean's 8, Crazy Rich Asians), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Dove Cameron (The Descendants, Agents of Shield), Beck Bennett (Saturday Night Live, Brigsby Bear) and Brooklynn Prince (The Florida Project) have all signed on for roles in The Angry...
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30 Rock Revival: Tina Fey Says They Want to Do ‘Something’

Over five years since NBC’s 30 Rock aired its final episode, star and creator Tina Fey recently suggested a reboot could happen soon. However, it wouldn’t have the same comedic formula that made the show so popular during its seven-season run.

From 1997 to 2006, Fey rose to stardom on Saturday Night Live after developing her skills at The Second City, Chicago’s esteemed improvisational collective.
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Jimmy Fallon Gets Choked up Honoring Tina Fey: I 'Hope' My Daughters Grow Up to Be 'Like You'

Jimmy Fallon Gets Choked up Honoring Tina Fey: I 'Hope' My Daughters Grow Up to Be 'Like You'
It’s become a common routine on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for the host to introduce his unsuspecting guests to their idols. But on Thursday night, it was Fallon’s turn to gush over a celebrity.

Fallon and his former Saturday Night Live castmate Tina Fey surprised fans at Mean Girls: The Musical in a special segment. While the show attendees stood in front of a poster and gushed over Fey, she and Fallon hid out in a back room listening in. At the opportune moment, both popped out — leading to tears and hugs.

“Tina Fey, you are extremely special to me,
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‘Love, Gilda’ Director On Meeting Gene Wilder & Why Some Gilda Radner ‘SNL’ Peers Aren’t In The Doc – Tribeca

One of the big questions many have coming away from Lisa D’Apolito’s mesmerizing feature documentary Love, Gilda which kicked off Tribeca on Wednesday is why Gilda Radner Saturday Night Live peers Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and even Father Guido Sarducci (aka Don Novello) aren’t interviewed in the movie. Truth be told D’Apolito did in fact reach out to all of Radner’s peers -well over 100 names- however, some never responded. No hard feelings, D’Apolito gets it. “It’s hard…
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Tina Fey Surprising Her Fans After Hearing Their Sweet Tributes Will Bring a Tear to Your Eye

Tina Fey Surprising Her Fans After Hearing Their Sweet Tributes Will Bring a Tear to Your Eye
Tina Fey has been a source of inspiration for many fans. From starring on Saturday Night Live and writing Mean Girls to creating 30 Rock and penning her best-selling books, the comedic legend has proven that hard work and believing in one's self can make dreams come true. A few fans showed their appreciation for Fey on Thursday's episode of The Tonight Show. While visiting her new Broadway musical Mean Girls, these supporters sent Fey messages in which they expressed how much she's meant to them. So, they were totally surprised when Fey came out and met them in person.  "Tina Fey, you are extremely special to me, and you are such a strong, empowering woman who really shows me...
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‘Atlanta': ‘Nothing Can Ever Be The Same Again’ for Alfred After ‘Woods,’ Brian Tyree Henry Says

Warning: Spoilers ahead for “Woods,” Episode 8 of “Atlanta: Robbin’ Season.”

Things are about to change for Alfred Miles, aka Paper Boi, as he’s been struggling to keep it “real” rather than give in to the rapstar persona that has made him famous.

In Thursday night’s episode, titled “Woods,” Alfred spends the first half of the episode arguing with his Instagram famous not-girlfriend, who tries to convince him to post more often on social media and develop his brand. “I’m just trying to stay real,” Alfred tells her.

“You’re on the radio and you’re making money,” she says. “You’ve been not real.”

Also Read: 'Atlanta': Why Being Brian Tyree Henry Is 'a Lot of Daunting' Right Now

It clearly rubs Alfred the wrong way. “He’s been fighting so hard to be real,” actor Brian Tyree Henry told TheWrap ahead of the episode’s airing, adding that Alfred doesn’t want to give in to “this rapper persona.” He’s been trying to convey a sense of “I’m a real guy, just like you.”

But later in the episode, he ends up getting mugged at gunpoint and chased into the woods precisely because he’s not real-guy Alfred, but Paper Boi.

“After this episode, he’s going to realize that he’s not [a regular guy] anymore. Nothing can ever be the same again for him,” Henry said. “It forces him to confront a lot of things.”

Also Read: Donald Glover to Host 'Saturday Night Live' Next Month

Henry said that getting mugged and his time wandering around the woods forces Alfred to realize that he “doesn’t know everything about who he is.”

And neither do viewers. “We know everything about Earn’s background, kinda. We know pretty much about Vanessa’s, and we know — well — we know Darius,” Henry said. “But I don’t think that people really know that this is Alfred’s territory, this is his home. I don’t think Alfred has ever left Georgia, ever in his life.”

At the end of the episode, after Alfred has spent hours hiding in the woods, and walking around in circles, he seems to give in to what earlier in the episode he referred to as “that fake s—.” He offers to take a selfie with a fan who recognizes him in a convenience store, and he seems to realize that he can no longer be anonymous in his hometown. As Henry said, he’s learning “how to turn the game on.”

Atlanta” airs Thursdays at 10 p.m. on FX.

Read original story ‘Atlanta': ‘Nothing Can Ever Be The Same Again’ for Alfred After ‘Woods,’ Brian Tyree Henry Says At TheWrap
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Will Ferrell Makes First Appearance Since Being Hospitalized After Car Accident

Will Ferrell Makes First Appearance Since Being Hospitalized After Car Accident
Less than a week after being hospitalized following a serious car accident, Will Ferrell stopped by We Day California. The comedian's attendance marks his first public appearance since the car crash which took place on Interstate 5 in Orange County. According to a police report obtained by E! News, a 22-year-old male driver was driving northbound on the highway around 11:00 p.m. in the second lane, while Ferrell, two passengers and their chauffeur were in the high-occupancy vehicle lane on the left. The 22-year-old male driver's car veered into the left lane causing the car Ferrell was in to hit the center median. Ultimately, the car carrying the former Saturday Night Live star and the three others...
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Have a Big Fat Crush on I Feel Pretty's Rory Scovel? Here's Where You've Seen Him Before

Regardless of how you feel about Amy Schumer's two romantic comedies - 2015's Trainwreck and the recently released I Feel Pretty - you have to admit that the actress and comedian knows how to pick a leading man. In the former, Bill Hader charms the pants off of just about everyone with his performance as an endearing sports doctor. Let's just say that if you walked into the theater without already having had a crush on the Saturday Night Live alum, you definitely had one by the time you left.

In I Feel Pretty, out April 20, Rory Scovel introduces us to a similarly crushable character. The scruffy, sensitive, and shy Ethan is bowled over by the bold confidence of Schumer's Renee, who suffers a head injury during a SoulCycle class that makes her believe she's been transformed into a supermodel. Her delusion affords her with a boundless sense of self-assurance and body positivity,
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Season 43 to End with Donald Glover, Amy Schumer and a Fan Favorite as Hosts

‘Saturday Night Live’ Season 43 to End with Donald Glover, Amy Schumer and a Fan Favorite as Hosts
Spring is upon us, which means a lot of our favorite TV shows are coming to a close. Summer will allow the cast and crew the recharge while the writers get the next season in order. And no writing staff deserves an extended break like those who make the miracle of Saturday Night Live happen. […]

The post ‘Saturday Night Live’ Season 43 to End with Donald Glover, Amy Schumer and a Fan Favorite as Hosts appeared first on /Film.
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Megan Mullally poised to become second most nominated Best Comedy Supporting Actress in Emmy history

Megan Mullally poised to become second most nominated Best Comedy Supporting Actress in Emmy history
Megan Mullally was Emmy-nominated for seven of “Will & Grace”’s original eight seasons. Thanks to the revival, the two-time winner can add an eighth Best Comedy Supporting Actress nomination this year, which would give her the second most bids in the category.

If she makes the cut, Mullally would only be behind 10-time nominees Rhea Perlman and Loretta Swit, the latter of whom scored her nominations consecutively. Perlman won four times, including three in a row, for “Cheers,” while Swit converted two of her nominations into wins for “M*A*S*H.” With “Will & Grace” renewed for two more seasons, Mullally will have a chance to tie that record.

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Mullally is currently tied with fellow seven-time nominees Julia Duffy, Estelle Getty, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Doris Roberts. All except “Newhart” star Duffy won at least
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‘Love, Gilda’ Film Review: Gilda Radner Lives Again in Touching Documentary

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‘Love, Gilda’ Film Review: Gilda Radner Lives Again in Touching Documentary
The Tribeca Film Festival traditionally opens with a documentary, but “Love, Gilda” may be the most poignant one yet. Nearly half of the films in this year’s program were directed by women, and it’s hard to imagine a better way to represent that commitment than with Lisa D’Apolito’s tender and lovely portrait of a beloved icon.

It’s no easy task to find a fresh way to approach a familiar face, but D’Apolito does a wonderful job ushering us through the highs and lows of Gilda Radner’s life.

D’Apolito worked directly with Radner’s estate, and was lucky to have access to a trove of personal information. Despite the fact that this is her first feature film, she uses her archival sources with uncommon dexterity.

Also Read: Gilda Radner Documentary 'Love, Gilda' to Open Tribeca Film Festival

Home movies introduce us to a little girl who’s always mugging for the camera, a trait that continues into and after high school and college. We travel with Radner while she moves to Toronto, makes her debut in “Godspell,” and dates an equally mischievous Martin Short. Then we head for New York, after John Belushi calls in 1974 and invites her to be “the girl in the show,” the latter being the National Lampoon Radio Hour.

You may know what comes next, but the footage of her “Saturday Night Live” sketches feels as inventive as ever. She was the very first performer cast for the show, and it’s purely joyful to watch her throw her whole self into characters like Roseanne Roseannadanna, Emily Litella, and Lisa Loopner.

Lorne Michaels, Laraine Newman and Chevy Chase show up to reminisce briefly, as do former staff writers Rosie Shuster and Anne Beatts. But the film could have used stronger representation from the early days of “SNL”; it’s hard not to miss Radner’s absent castmates Jane Curtin, Dan Aykroyd and, especially, Bill Murray (whom she dated during the show’s run).

Also Read: Read Gene Wilder's Heartbreaking Essay About Wife Gilda Radner's Death

A broader sense of background might have been helpful, too. Radner was a trailblazer who remains immensely relevant in the Time’s Up era, and it would have been appropriate to further contextualize her status as one of the few women working in comedy in the 1970s. “SNL” was a notoriously difficult environment, and she faced systemic sexism. As Newman once said, “Jane and I and Gilda shared a dressing room until the third year. The boys always had their own … And Gilda used to make this joke about how when we were tired we would have to split a couch three ways.” But we don’t hear much of this, nor do we learn enough about how she dealt with the challenges of being a rare pioneer.

One area in which her femininity is given particular charge is in the history of her eating disorders. She was teased for being overweight as a child, and her mother and doctor had her on diet pills before she hit her teens. As she notes in her diary, “Because I’m not a perfect example of my gender, I decided to become funny.”

Her insecurities are given more import after she moves on from “SNL,” checks into a hospital to deal with anorexia and bulimia, and experiences some professional setbacks.

Also Read: Kate McKinnon Becomes First 'SNL' Cast Member to Win Comedy Supporting Emmy

And then the anvil falls. As an emotional Tina Fey observed when introducing the film to the festival audience, we’re already aware of how this story will end. But the impact comes harder still because D’Apolito so deftly weaves Radner’s presence into every aspect of the movie.

In addition to archival interviews and performances, she uses the memories of those who were there — including Short, Paul Shaffer and executive producer Alan Zweibel — to flesh out the past. She also intersperses Radner’s voice through audio diaries and touching footage shot by her late husband, Gene Wilder.

And instead of asking younger stars to offer typical talking-head praise, she uses their presence to further illuminate Radner’s own words. Each section of the film is multilayered in different ways. But it’s especially moving to see comedians she’s inspired — like Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, and Bill Hader — read her journals and letters with an awe that’s made easy to understand.

Despite the breadth of material, the film is beautifully edited and paced, with little of the filler so often seen in biographical documentaries. The soundtrack (which includes several songs performed by Radner) is well-chosen, and minor visual flourishes add a sweet personal touch.

Most crucially, D’Apolito allows her subject to guide the story from start to finish. Radner’s gentle spirit and wise observations connect each chapter, bringing us into her life with an unusual intimacy. Hers is a complex and bittersweet story, but what you’ll remember most is the impossible radiance of her smile.



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Tribeca: Tina Fey Shares How Gilda Radner Blazed a Trail for Female Comedians

Tina Fey put the life of Gilda Radner into personal perspective when introducing the documentary about the Saturday Night Live legend, Love, Gilda.

"Gilda was our equivalent of Michelle Obama," Fey explained to the packed crowd inside New York's Beacon Theater who came out for the CNN film's premiere, effectively kicking off the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday night. "[Love, Gilda] feels like a miracle to me: It felt like I was getting time to spend with someone that I never knew, that I very much would have wanted to have spent time with."

Fey choked up twice during her speech about...
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Tribeca: Tina Fey Shares How Gilda Radner Blazed a Trail for Female Comedians

Tribeca: Tina Fey Shares How Gilda Radner Blazed a Trail for Female Comedians
Tina Fey put the life of Gilda Radner into personal perspective when introducing the documentary about the Saturday Night Live legend, Love, Gilda.

"Gilda was our equivalent of Michelle Obama," Fey explained to the packed crowd inside New York's Beacon Theater who came out for the CNN film's premiere, effectively kicking off the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday night. "[Love, Gilda] feels like a miracle to me: It felt like I was getting time to spend with someone that I never knew, that I very much would have wanted to have spent time with."

Fey choked up twice during her speech about...
See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »
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