A blessed soul live-tweeted all of Greta Gerwig’s reactions to I Feel Pretty 

To put it lightly, Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty isn’t getting great reviews. It currently sits at 33 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and its Big-esque plot—which involves Schumer’s character getting bopped on the head and subsequently believing she’s a supermodel with rock-hard abs—is getting skewered for its tone-deaf…

Amy Schumer stars in I Feel Pretty, a high-concept rom-com with more product placements than laughs

Amy Schumer plays yet another shallow New Yorker with self-esteem issues in I Feel Pretty, but it seems that with each starring role, the characters become more pitiful and the life lessons more corny. Here, the stand-up and TV sketch comedian is cast as Renee Bennett, a low-level employee at a world-famous luxury…

Amy Schumer to try for a dramatic turn with boxing movie Christy Martin

Funny person Amy Schumer is in talks for a role that sounds decidedly unfunny, with Deadline reporting that she might star in Katherine Fugate’s Christy Martin—a movie about the groundbreaking boxer of the same name. Deadline describes the movie as a “gritty drama” about “a woman who never gives up and who keeps going…

Comedy Central's 2018 Clusterfest will finally take you inside Andy Samberg's stomach

Comedy Central’s Clusterfest tends to have a loose theme based around one of its headliners, with last year’s festival featuring Jerry Seinfeld on stage and Seinfeld-themed “comedy attractions” off the stage. This year is going a bit weirder with it, at least based off of the fest’s announcement video which announces…

The writer of American Sniper explores PTSD again in honorable, uninspired Thank You For Your Service

Many of the best parts of Clint Eastwood’s uneven American Sniper had to do with its hero’s jittery, uncomfortable reintegration into stateside life between tours of duty in Iraq. So it makes sense that Sniper screenwriter Jason Hall would make his directorial debut on Thank You For Your Service, another movie based…

Amy Schumer says she never "demanded" Netflix pay her the same as Chris Rock or Dave Chappelle

Earlier this week, we ran a story about Amy Schumer’s financial dealings with Netflix, vis a vis her latest comedy special, and how they changed after news broke that Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle were both making $20 million for their own stand-up shows for the streaming service. Now, Schumer has issued a statement…

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