Amy Poehler

“Mean Girls” has turned fifteen. The seminal teen comedy, starring Lindsay Lohan and written by Tina Fey, sparked an army of memes and quotable moments. From “Fetch”, “plastics” and “pink on Wednesdays”, we look at the impact it’s had on the world since it was released.
Among the letter's more than 80 signatories include actors Amy Poehler, Naomie Harris, Heather Matarazzo and Janina Gavankar.
The “Parks and Recreation” star’s name began to trend on Twitter Wednesday, implying that the bizarre headline was a real news story.
The pair, appearing from opposite coasts, addressed the controversy surrounding the ceremony while, of course, making time to roast "Emily In Paris."
The new Netflix movie is also Poehler's second directorial effort.
Twitter had fun with Amy Poehler’s beloved character, who once described her ideal man as “having the brains of George Clooney in the body of Joe Biden.”
Poehler and fellow "SNL" star Tina Fey are returning to host the awards show for the fourth time.
Turns out Leslie Knope and the rest of Pawnee's civil servants are stuck at home, too.
The Senate majority leader said the Trump administration was too distracted by impeachment to properly respond to the coronavirus threat. Really?