You probably didn't need another reason to love Kristen Wiig, but her appearance as One Direction's Harry Styles on last night's Tonight Show is definitely still worth watching. It'll also change the way you look at the word "carnitas" forever.
The idea of a sequel to Will Forte's cult hit SNL spinoff film MacGruber is definitely a hypothetical thing at this point, but his co-star Kristen Wiig said in a recent interview that she's interested in reprising her role for MacGruber 2, if it ever gets off the ground. Talking to Collider to promote The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Wiig says she's "hoping" the movie gets made and "Last I heard, they're working on a script, so I'm in … I loved making that movie."
Will Forte has been talking about making a sequel for a while now and told us recently that he's yet to get started [...]
IFC just released this, the second trailer for their new series The Spoils of Babylon. Starring Tobey Maguire, Kristen Wiig, Tim Robbins, Jessica Alba, Val Kilmer, Haley Joel Osment, Michael Sheen, and David Spade, with cameos from Will Ferrell, Spoils of Babylon is a parody of epic '80s miniseries. The show comes from Funny or Die and creators Andrew Steele and Matt Piedmont (Casa de mi Padre). It starts up on IFC January 9th.
Check out the first trailer for the show below:
Kristen Wiig's latest movie, Girl Most Likely, hits theaters today. Directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini (American Splendor), the movie stars Wiig as a failed playwright who fakes a suicide attempt to attract her ex-boyfriend's sympathies, only to wind up in the custody of her degenerate mother (Annette Benning). What's surprising is that Girl Most Likely – Kristen Wiig's first starring role since Bridesmaids two summers ago – is receiving overwhelmingly negative reviews and the studio is releasing it in a scant 300-something theaters.
Review aggregators Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic gave A Girl Most Likely a 16% and 35/100, respectively. Rotten Tomatoes' summary of the reviews reads, "Largely witless [...]