Katie (Marguerite Moreau) is dating Blake, a rich guy over at Country Club style Camp Tiger Claw. Andy (Paul Rudd) arrives (in epic form, see below) and decides to pursue her ruthlessly.
Try as he may, she is loyal to her boyfriend, but her interest is definitely piqued.
Just in time for summer, Netflix has released the trailer for the new comedy series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, a prequel to the 2001 film flop which rose above poor reviews to eventually become a cult favourite.
The cast is enviable to say the least, with most of those who appeared in the original film making a return (along with creators David Wain and Michael Showalter) plus a few new faces joining in the fun.
Stella, a surreal 2005 Comedy Central sitcom from Wain and frequent collaborators Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black, suffered a darker fate, lasting all of 10 episodes — and then, in keeping with Wain tradition, spawning a live show that still tours the country sporadically.
(His current Adult Swim series with Rob Corddry, Childrens Hospital, is something of an anomaly within the Wain canon, approaching its seventh season with several Emmy nominations, critical plaudits, and solid viewership, though it, too, took a few years to find its late-night audience.) Despite starring the Rudds and the Anistons and the Poehlers of the world, films like 2007’s The Ten, 2012’s Wanderlust, and 2014’s They Came Together pulled in relatively paltry sums, but served to cement Wain’s status as a cult hero, a cipher for the misfits and the misunderstood.
She won the Academy Award, the BAFTA Award, the Golden Globe Award, and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Supporting Actress for the epic war drama Cold Mountain (2003).
She later reprised her title role in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004), starred in Cinderella Man (2005), and played author Beatrix Potter in the biopic Miss Potter (2006).
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In 1996, Poehler joined the Upright Citizens Brigade, a New York City-based improv group formed by fellow Second City students.
The group later got its own TV show on Comedy Central from 1998 to 2000.
Several movie parts in low-key and limited release features such as Appaloosa (2008), My One and Only (2009), Case 39 (2009) and My Own Love Song (2010) were followed by a six-year hiatus from acting work.
Zellweger returned to the screen in the highly-successful third Bridget-Jones movie, Bridget Jones's Baby (2016). as a local hire" in the Austin-filmed horror-comedy film My Boyfriend's Back, playing "the girl in the beauty shop, maybe two lines.
"Glee" actress Naya Rivera and "Justified" actor Ryan Dorsey announced their split in a statement on Monday, Nov.