Hollywood’s female-focused reboots require women to relive men’s stories — and to fix their politics, too.
A judge said this week that the raunchy comedy, directed by a son of Jim Henson, can say “No Sesame. All Street” in its ads while legal arguments continue.
“Life of the Party” was one of the lowest openings for a film starring Ms. McCarthy.
The director Ben Falcone narrates a sequence from his film featuring Melissa McCarthy, his wife.
TFW your mom is also your sorority sister. Lol. AWKWARD!
From President Trump and Sean Spicer to Hillary Clinton and politics in America, “S.N.L.” scored huge ratings and became appointment television again.
Ms. McCarthy, this week’s “S.N.L.” host, returned to the role of Mr. Spicer in a sketch about a challenging week for the White House press secretary.
A power struggle between Stephen K. Bannon and Jared Kushner and a widely condemned news briefing by Sean Spicer did not escape the notice of “S.N.L.”
The show remained on the attack, but Melissa McCarthy’s return as Sean Spicer was underwritten, and old ideas were recycled.