Melissa McCarthy

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"They’re everything that I love seeing and I want my girls to see," the actress said.
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Melissa McCarthy used the red carpet of her movie “The Kitchen” to gush about meeting members of the United States women's national soccer team.
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"I wish this was a bit, but it's not," the "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" actress said on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
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"When they go low, we also go low, because that’s how dodgeball works."
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The Oscar-winning actress said she "worships" Melissa McCarthy, who took over the role.
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The "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" Oscar nominee gushed that Babs did not disappoint.
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The husband and wife duo went all Adidas for the fancy parties.
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Pantsuits, metallics and odes to the past — here are some of the daring Oscars red carpet looks.
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The "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" actor, nominated for his first Oscar at age 61, has charmed his way through the festivities "like a kid that’s gone to the fun fair."
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"I've become exactly the person I always feared I would meet," the actress joked.
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The actress recalled an interviewer repeatedly asking about her "tremendous size."
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“Next year, I’m bringing hot dogs," the actress said.
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The actress's non-comedic turn as real-life lesbian con artist Lee Israel is garnering awards season buzz.
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Her serious turn in “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is a revelation. But rather than a transition point in her career, it marks the culmination of her talents.
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The actress transforms completely into the mop-topped, irascible biographer Lee Israel, who infamously faked literary letters.
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We'll be talking about these turns from actors like Daniel Kaluuya, Steven Yeun and Natalie Portman for the rest of 2018 – and well into Oscar season.
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From her plans to embarrass her kids to being a "mama bear."
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A judge ruled that "The Happytime Murders" made a point to differentiate its raunchy crew from the "Sesame Street" cast.
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“The Happytime Murders” refers to the classic show in its tagline.
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Who doesn't want Melissa McCarthy to be their stepmom?