The Heat

But Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock made a dynamite comedy duo.
At 50, the Oscar-winning actress is funny, beautiful, hot, talented and has Hollywood eating out of the palm of her hand. High50's Alexa Baracaia looks at why everyone loves America's sweetheart, Sandra Bullock.
In November, the New York Film Academy took a look at gender inequality in films from 2007 to 2012. The results were startling
Much in the way DJ Earworm produces his yearly "United State of Pop" mashup, one industrious YouTube user has brought us
"I'm desperately waiting for 'Downton Abbey' to come back," said Bullock. "And I'm into Season 1 of 'Scandal.' Talk about
To celebrate both Sarcastic Month (a real thing, not kidding) and the Blu-ray release of Paul Feig's blockbuster summer comedy
Outtakes from "The Heat," featuring Bill Burr, Nate Corddry, Jamie Denbo, Jessica Chaffin.
Jessica Chaffin and Jamie Denbo celebrate Sarcastic Month.
Sandra Bullock apparently still can't imagine doing a sequel to "The Heat." Asked by TheWrap about a follow-up to this past
In countless other buddy cop and action movies, men well into their 40s and even 50s have sex with a plethora of gorgeous 20-somethings and there's never any reference to their age. The rules are simply different for men than they are for women.
Unfortunately, Dippold may not get the chance. Speaking with at Comic-Con, Bullock said she wasn't interested in doing
Greg Archer: Take me back. When you were growing up, and getting into this work, who were some of your influences? Greg Archer
Angry and funny female avengers, enacting aspects of the infernal Roman Goddesses known as The Furies, inhabit the new hit female buddy film The Heat.
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Let's be honest: a lot of pressure was put on "The Heat" to succeed. The idea that this single movie would prove that women
That optimism aside, "White House Down" faces a long road to profitability. What happened? Why did "White House Down" -- with
"That was one of the funniest elements of Katie's script," Feig said. "When I was reading it, I felt all I could do was fuck
The Heat isn't shy about acknowledging its debts to the buddy-cop comedies of yore, but throws in a few, gender-twisted wrinkles all its own (you never saw Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte in a drunken hug-dance, did you?)
Speaking of that struggle, in Bridesmaids you have Annie with...she tries to be independent and she has that failed bakery