Amy Poehler attended the ‘Parks and Recreation’ 10th Anniversary Reunion at PaleyFest tonight in Los Angeles, California. She looked amazing in a red suit! Head over to our gallery to see the photos from the event!
It was announced today that Amy Poehler has been added to the Clusterfest 2019 lineup. She will most likely be bringing some friends because it was announced as “Amy Poehler & Friends”, even though they didn’t say who is she going to bring. Amy is set to make an appearance in the San Francisco festival on Friday, June 21. Read more about the event below!
“Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler and Fred Armisen, along with Neal Brennan, have been added to the third annual Clusterfest lineup, organizers announced Friday, March 15 — just in time for single-day ticket sales.
Poehler is slated to join the first day’s bill for the three-day comedy and music celebration scheduled for June 21-23, at the Civic Center Plaza and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Billed as “Amy Poehler & Friends,” expect the “Parks & Recreation” star to bring out famed comedic colleagues (maybe an Oscars reunion with Maya Rudolph and Tina Fey?) similar to Amy Schumer’s headlining set last year that included appearances by Bridget Everett, Nikki Glaser and Michael Che, among others.
News of Poehler, Brennan and Clusterfest veteran Armisen joining in on the fun follow the first wave of announcements for the festival that included comics John Mulaney and Patton Oswalt as well as musical group the Roots.
Organizers plan to reveal more acts and attractions in the weeks leading up to the summer festival, which is co-produced by Comedy Central, Superfly and Bay Area-based Another Planet Entertainment in collaboration with SF Sketchfest.
Single-day tickets, ranging from $89 to $224.50, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday via www.clusterfest.com.
Three-day general admission, VIP and Platinum tickets are also still available. Platinum tickets at $1,250, introduced for the first time this year, include VIP perks along with a special festival entrance, invitations to exclusive after-parties, talent meet-and-greet events and “unlimited french fries — seriously.”Source: San Francisco Chronicle
Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer
The hilarious, often gross and frankly weird saga of Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer debuted in 2014, as a web series, with the two stars and co-creators playing heightened versions of themselves: Young women living in New York City, drifting from one small adventure to the next, often making mistakes (like Ilana’s occasional appropriation of black culture), rarely getting what they want, but always taking comfort in their friendship. Abbi, an aspiring artist and the more timid of the two, works as a cleaner at a gym called Soulstice; Ilana, the wild one, spends her days sleeping in the bathroom at her sales job, an online company called Deals Deals Deals.
The two struggling comedians would see their careers explode after Comedy Central turned it into an untraditional sitcom, thanks to comedian and executive producer Amy Poehler. Through it all, Jacobson and Glazer have remained the closest of collaborators. “We came with these essential parts to creating a partnership that moved each other forward,” Glazer tells Newsweek, which spoke to the girls—as they call themselves—and their many collaborators about the story of Broad City, as it draws to a close.
“Tune in to Comedy Central on March 28 and get ready for a cry fest,” says one of those collaborators, Lucia Aniello, her own voice quavering with emotion.
The first images from Amy’s directorial debut Wine Country have been released by People Magazine. We couldn’t be more excited to watch the movie! Wine Country is available for streaming starting May 10 on Netflix. Our gallery has been updated with the production stills that were released today, check them out below!
“Wine Country is a comedy about long time friends going on a trip to celebrate a 50th birthday,” Poehler tells PEOPLE in the latest issue. “It is loosely based on a real trip that myself and the cast took, and it’s an attempt to show what deep and lasting female friendships look like.”
“In many ways the film is a long conversation between funny women who don’t mind making emotional deep dives,” Poehler continues. “They discover they aren’t connecting the way they used to because they aren’t keeping their relationships. It’s a love story to all the women in my life who hold me up, and it’s told by the funniest and deepest women I know.”Source: People
Amy Poehler attended the 91st Academy Awards tonight in Hollywood, California. Amy opened the show alongside Tina Fey and Maya Rudolph and they were so funny! They also presented the Outstanding Supporting Actress award. During an interview at the red carpet, Amy confirmed that Wine Country is coming out on May 10 and that it’s also gonna be released in theaters! Our gallery has been updated with photos from the event and you can watch videos below!