Ryan Seacrest & Jenny McCarthy Spill on "New Year's Rockin' Eve"

The "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" hosts reveal who they are excited to see perform at the big event in NYC. Plus, is Ryan able to keep up with the Kardashians?
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Classy gesture: Fired Packers coach Mike McCarthy takes out full-page ad to give thanks

McCarthy, who was fired after a loss on Sunday to the Arizona Cardinals, took out a full-page ad in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Green Bay Press Gazette and other Gannett papers. In it, McCarthy talked about the good times. The ad was titled, simply, “Thank you, Green Bay.” McCarthy had been coach of the Packers since 2006.

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E! People's Choice Awards airs this Sunday at 9pm and the "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" star will receive the biggest honor of the night. Tune in!
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Melissa McCarthy Just Had the Worst Opening of Her Career

Actress Melissa McCarthy returned to theaters this weekend with her outlandish R-rated puppet comedy The Happytime Murders, although it managed to underperform with just over $ 10 million in third place. The opening is actually the worst of McCarthy’s career, for a movie opening in wide release, and when you take a closer look at the movie’s she’s opened, they often aren’t very consistent. With that in mind, we’re taking a deep dive through McCarthy’s previous films, and how they debuted at the box office.

There are movies McCarthy has appeared in that have opened worse than The Happytime Murders, but these are movies where she only had a minor role, like The Life of David Gale ($ 7.1 million), Drowning Mona ($ 5.8 million), White Oleander ($ 5.6 million) and Go ($ 4.7 million). There are also others which had worse debuts, since they were only given a limited debut such as St. Vincent ($ 109,878 from four theaters), The Nines ($ 23,617 from two theaters) and Pretty Ugly People ($ 2,522 from three theaters). Still, with those movies aside, The Happytime Murders marked a new career low for McCarthy.

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Jenny McCarthy & Ryan Seacrest Talk New Year's 2018 Nerves

The "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" co-hosts reveal what makes them more nervous about New Year's Eve–the countdown or the kissing?
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Brother’s memory guiding Mike McCarthy on emotional return home

Before the Packers’ Sunday night game, the coach said he’ll visit his old Pittsburgh haunts, thinking of fun times he had with his late brother, Joe.
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Melissa McCarthy Plays an Angst-Ridden Sean Spicer on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Ms. McCarthy, this week’s “S.N.L.” host, returned to the role of Mr. Spicer in a sketch about a challenging week for the White House press secretary.
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‘S.N.L.’ Goes After Trump Again, With Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer

Alec Baldwin returned for another outing as President Trump, but Ms. McCarthy stole the show with her impersonation of the White House press secretary.
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Lauren Graham’s Gilmore Girls Reunion With Melissa McCarthy Was a “Super Special Day”

Gilmore Girls, Melissa McCarthyMelissa McCarthy’s journey to being involved in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life generated a bevy of headlines. First, producers said she was too busy, then McCarthy said she was never asked…

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Melissa McCarthy Is ‘The Boss’ at the North American Box Office

The comedian’s latest film edged out “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” with moviegoers.

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‘Spy’ Star Carlos Ponce Talks Melissa McCarthy, ‘Cristela’ And Latinos On TV

Melissa McCarthy delivers a punch as deftly as she does a punchline in her new action comedy “Spy,” and co-star Carlos Ponce says he learned plenty from watching the actress and comedian work on set.

The Puerto Rican actor is known for his role as the reluctantly friendly brother-in-law and floor installation guru Felix on ABC’s recently nixed “Cristela.” But in “Spy,” Ponce trades his tools for a suit to become CIA agent Matthew Wright, who briefly appears on-screen to ruffle the feathers of his ultra-macho, comically impassioned fellow agent Rick Ford (Jason Statham). The testosterone levels of their interaction are as high as it gets for a film driven by its expertly cast female stars.

“Spy” is directed by Paul Feig (“Bridesmaids” and “Heat”) and marks his third collaboration with McCarthy. The film portrays Susan Cooper (McCarthy), a desk-bound CIA analyst who volunteers to go undercover when the identities of the agency’s best spies are compromised. Rose Byrne stars as a villainous and spoiled Bulgarian arms dealer, and Miranda Hart as fellow analyst Nancy.

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Melissa McCarthy faces off against a knife-wielding adversary (Nargis Fakhri) in ‘Spy.’

Ponce, 42, spoke to The Huffington Post recently and gave some unexpected responses to questions about working in a film packed with females and the type of female characters he’d like his daughters to see in Hollywood. The actor also discussed why he feels “Cristela” was a “great accomplishment,” despite its recent cancellation.

How did you get involved with “Spy”?

Well, it’s a little different from most of my other projects — it was more of an approach then an audition. Something that I was very proud of. Just being surrounded by these wonderful comedians where you can not only go work but have fun. It really, really was a great gig.

The film is actually very female-centric, with Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne and Miranda Hart bringing different comedy to the table — what was it like to work with a set filled with funny women?

There was a hell of a lot of estrogen on that on that set, definitely. But it’s all the good kind, because at least it’s the ones that are always in a good mood. It was a lot of fun.

What kind of things did you learn about comedy from watching them and the rest of cast on set?

A lot of times it’s just different styles — a lot of comedians have different styles, and [I learned] how different they are from their personalities. Just watching Jason, for example, who is not necessarily a comedian, just pull those power punches with great timing, and then watching people who are very sensible to comedy but not necessarily branded comedians, like Jude Law [who plays the spy Bradley Fine in the film].

Melissa McCarthy was just impeccable with everything. She has a sense of delivery that is very uncommon, very her own and something relatable that people love from her. She’s approachable and she’s lovable no matter what roles she’s doing. And those are things you can only learn when you watch, when you watch other people. You read a line, you know how it’s supposed to come, and then you hear it coming out of an artist and you’re like, ‘Wow, look at how much you can do with this.’

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Melissa McCarthy and Jason Statham in “Spy.”

And you play CIA agent Matthew Wright. I have to say I was disappointed that we didn’t get to see more of you in the film.

Yeah [laughs], well, we’ll see. Hopefully it’s such a good movie that it’ll have a sequel and then we’ll all be hanging around.

Has there actually been talk about the possibility of “Spy 2”?

Well, talking over dinner with Paul Feig, he seemed very open to the option. We’ve even gotten into conversation of maybe where it would go. But you never know, I mean, Hollywood is a giant mystery, so you never know what ends up happening.

You’re the father of two daughters. There’s been so much debate in Hollywood about placing more women in lead roles, and “Spy” is definitely one that showcases female talent. What kind of women do you hope for your daughters to see in film and television?

Well, the best you can do is outside of what they’re going to watch — which is inevitable, and you can’t control their surroundings — is teach them by example at home and not let a character in a movie make them want something or react a certain way.

I feel in general, men — when you watch TV and when you watch commercials — are usually not portrayed as very smart. Guys with great drive are usually controlled by the woman. In fact, that’s what makes them funny or comedic, and people want that. You know what I’m talking about? When you watch commercials, you see the guy sitting down playing the PlayStation, drinking the beer, and the woman is actually the one doing all the smart things.

OK … so you’re saying the representation of men on television is also off?

I think it’s a little bit of both. I just think — then again, we’re all just portraying characters and real life should be guided by examples of what you learn at home.

And speaking of men on television, you portrayed Felix on “Cristela.” Many in the Latino community were very sad to hear that “Cristela” was canceled last month. What is your biggest takeaway from being a part of the show?

I think it was a great accomplishment no matter what. I think so many things were done with that show and through that show: breaking stereotypes and boxed-in rules. The fact that a Latino woman [Cristela Alonzo] could be a creator, writer, executive producer of the whole show — it skipped a lot of steps, a lot of logistical steps. I think it’s amazing, the fact that you can have a Latino family on television, it’s certainly a move into the future.

I do think that we’re still a little bit under-represented, considering how much TV we watch and that we’re 20-something percent of the moviegoing business in America, yet we’re represented something like 4 percent. I think it’s still a work in progress. We need to do more. But I did take a lot from it. It was just a great show — we were number one in our time slot. It’s just a matter of negotiations, the reason why it didn’t end up working out.

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From left, Kevin Hench, Cristela Alonzo and Carlos Ponce speak onstage during a “Cristela” panel at the Disney/ABC Television Group 2014 Summer TCA. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

“Jane The Virgin” is another example of a show giving an authentic portrayal of Latinos in the U.S. But there are other Latino stories that need to be told.

Yeah, well, I love the particular feel of “Jane The Virgin.” I think it’s an amazing show. Also she is fantastic, Gina [Rodriguez of “Jane The Virgin”], and she’s a hope-maker for a lot of Latinoamericanas who are here and are looking to perhaps pursue a career in this. And I think it’s a fantastic show. I really hope that [“Cristela”] and “Jane The Virgin” and some other shows that have included some great non-stereotypical Latino actors are opening doors and we’ll get to see a lot out of that pretty soon.

And you’ve spent your entire career between English-language projects and Spanish-language projects. But after “Cristela” and “Spy,” do you think you’d like to focus more on your English-language career?

You know, I think I’m going to keep doing whatever I have been doing, which, basically, I let God take the lead. The projects that come my way — I put them on a balance and look at how they affect my day-to-day. How will they affect my time with my kids who are still young and still want to hang out? Those are my priorities right now. I’m not seeking to establish a particular market, to me it’s more a per-project and whatever works out better for my personal life, and that’s how I choose projects. At least for now. Until my kids are old enough to do their own thing.

“Spy” opens nationwide on June 5.

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John Boehner, Nancy Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy & Bernie Sanders Read ‘Mean Tweets’

What does Speaker of the House John Boehner have to promise his constituents to keep getting reelected? What new job should House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi try? Who does Sen. Bernie Sanders most resemble? And what does Rep. Kevin McCarthy really need to do?

In the spirit of late night host Jimmy Kimmel’s recurring “Mean Tweets” segment, some of the nation’s top lawmakers read mean tweets about themselves for the 2015 Radio & Television Correspondents Association Dinner, held Wednesday night — and the results are priceless.

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Melissa McCarthy And Paul Feig Are At It Again In The First ‘Spy’ Trailer

Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig are shaping up to become the decade’s most coveted comedy duo. He directed her to an Oscar nomination for “Bridesmaids,” in 2011, and then again opposite Sandra Bullock in 2013’s “The Heat.” In May, McCarthy will topline the first movie Feig has written since 2003’s “I Am David.”

Called “Spy,” McCarthy plays an uncelebrated CIA analyst who volunteers to go undercover to find a deadly arms dealer, and she’s surrounded by an ensemble that includes Rose Byrne, Jude Law, Jason Statham, Allison Janney, Bobby Cannavale and 50 Cent. “Spy” hits theaters May 22, within the same month as other highly anticipated big-screen comedies: “Pitch Perfect 2,” Cameron Crowe’s still-untitled rom-com, and Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara’s police office/prisoner buddy romp.

Catch McCarthy sparring with Byrne in the first trailer for “Spy”:

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‘Mike & Molly’: Melissa McCarthy Squared Off Against An Exercise Ball And We All Won

Melissa McCarthy is one of the most gifted physical comedians working today, as evidenced by her feature film work, her guest hosting stints on “Saturday Night Live,” and this most recent season of “Mike & Molly.” The CBS sitcom is leaning hard on McCarthy to bring her signature lunacy to the mix, and it’s definitely adding new energy to the show

It may be in the simplest moments that McCarthy shines the brightest. A brilliant physical comedian can get laughs with the simplest of set-ups. In this case, it was McCarthy squaring off against an exercise ball … and it was hilarious! After failing to get her writing chair comfortable enough, Molly decided she’d give the exercise ball a try.

Anyone who’s tried to sit on one will tell you it’s not as easy as it might look. For Molly, it was an absolute disaster, as she nearly wiped out on several occasions. For “Mike & Molly” it was a simple scene that may have had some of the strongest laughter of the night. The show doesn’t have to break the mold to be funny. Melissa McCarthy can make anything funny, and sometimes simple is better. Just point the camera and let her go. The laughs will follow.

“Mike & Molly” airs Mondays at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.

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