Archive for the Gallery Updates category
I have – insert finally – added the scans from inside the Comedy issue (January) of Vanity Fair. Kristen appeared as Cher in the magazine, alongside co-stars and friends including Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, Ben Stiller, Paul Rudd, Melissa McCarthy and more. Click on the previews to the left to see them in high quality. Thanks to Fashion Scans Remastered for the pictures!
To start off the updates of the new year (I hope you all had a great new years!), I have added over 2,000 screen captures from the 33rd season of Saturday Night Live. Due to the writers’ strike which lasted from November 2007 to February 2008, there were only 12 episodes from the season. Not only did we see the nervous travel-reporter Judy Grimes, the surprise-loving Sue and “you’re the winner, give me a reaction!!” Cheryl Brant for the first time, but Maya Rudolph left the show and Casey Wilson joined. Check out all the screen captures in our photo gallery by clicking on the previews below.
As the last filmography update this year (can you believe it’s New Years Eve tomorrow?!) I have added information, movie screen captures and video clips from Ghost Town. In the 2008 comedy, starring Ricky Gervais, Kristen plays a surgeon who takes things very lightly. Including death. She does a great job opposite Gervais and delivers some hilarious lines. Have you seen Ghost Town? If so, what did you think of the movie and Kristen’s performance? Click on the previews below to view the screen captures and watch the clips.
To continue the holiday celebrations, I have added over 5,000 (!) screen captures of Kristen Wiig’s work in the 34th season of Saturday Night Live. We saw the return of characters such as Target Lady, Aunt Linda and the surprise-loving Sue, and welcomed new ones: the odd sister Dooneese; the brilliant impression of Kathie Lee Gifford; the sexy-but-not-really Shana. Click on the previews below to see all the additions in our photo gallery!
On the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, Kristen Wiig returned to make a surprise cameo! She – and a very special hand – guested the opening monologue to celebrate the holiday season, alongside fellow SNL veterans Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon and more. I have added HD screen captures to our photo gallery and the cameo clip to our video archive. Let’s hope Kristen returns to host an episode next spring!
I’ve finally gotten around to add another one of Kristen’s movies to our filmography page. In 2009 she starred in the comedy Extract, about a flower-extract plant owner who’s contending with an ever-growing avalanche of personal and professional disasters. She co-starred with Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis, Ben Affleck and more in the Mike Judge-directed film. You can read more about the movie here and view a couple of new stills and blu-ray screen captures in our gallery as well.
Not only that, but you can also watch four clips and the theatrical trailer in our video archive.
While the movie isn’t great, or even very funny sometimes, Kristen Wiig really steals all the scenes she’s in. I especially like the hilarious scene where her character’s trying to end the affair she has with the pool boy, who just don’t get the fact that they can’t see each other anymore. She’s also really funny while speaking her mind to their neighbor. Have you seen Extract (or simply the scenes in our archive)? If so, what did you think of the movie and Kristen’s performance?
Kristen Wiig channels Cher, Ben Stiller does his Sonny alongside Chris Rock, doing a Nipsey Russell thing, and Jerry Seinfeld, decked out in a Nehru jacket, on the cover of Vanity Fair’s January issue! It’s the magazine’s first ever comedy issue, guest-edited by Judd Apatow. Funny people like Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Paul Rudd, Will Ferrell and more can be seen on two other covers for the issue. The comedians also contribute, write, and pose for a 19-page portfolio inside the magazine.
Click on the preview to the left to see Kristen’s shared cover in full size. Stay tuned for scans from the magazine, which will be added as soon as the issue hits the newsstands. Which is your favorite cover out the three?