This movie looks smart and thoughtful and sad and sexy. It also stars Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie as sisters, so watch the trailer already! More
Topic: Lizzy Caplan
We debate which movie is better, touching on ugly wedding dresses, Adam Scott vs. Chris O’Dowd as love interests, poop vs. drugs, and whether female characters need to apologize for being bitches. More
Lizzy Caplan is a very funny lady. She was funny as Janis Ian in Mean Girls. She was funny as Casey Klein on the cult hit Party Down and as Julia on New Girl. I even found her funny in Cloverfield, which was really not funny. But Lizzy has always known she and her fellow female comedic actresses were funny. This is why she was mad about the whole nation finally realizing women were funny thanks to the massive success of Bridesmaids. More
Seriously, Lizzy Caplan needs to combine forces with Joss Whedon to play another wisecracking, angsty superhero. Preferably opposite Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner. It’s perfect casting! More
This movie sounds like an awful indie trying too hard, and yet I like every single actor in it. Watch the trailer and judge for yourself. More
Watch the hilarious trailer for Bachelorette, starring Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher, and Rebel Wilson, with delightful man-candy played by James Marsden and Adam Scott. And yes, it has women in it and you’re supposed to laugh at it, so we’re comparing it to Bridesmaids. More
Lizzy Caplan, most well-known for her role as the charmingly bitter Janice Ian in Mean Girls, is having a pretty good year so far. She kicked off 2012 by starring in two films at Sundance: Bachelorette and Save the Date. And then followed that impressive act up today by getting cast alongside Michael Sheen in Showtime‘s Masters of Sex. More
Although Lizzy Caplan isn’t a household name just yet, you probably recognize her from Mean Girls and the now-canceled Starz series Party Down. Caplan is also one of the “It” girls of this year’s Sundance Film Festival with her roles in the romantic comedy Save the Date and “girl-com raunch-fest,” Bachelorette. More
Don’t mistake Bachelorette for Bridesmaids: We researched the early Sundance reviews to bring you the ugly truth about the drugs and jealousy that make this buzzed-about movie hilarious. More
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The Cat Whisperer is comedian Julie Klausner‘s hilarious web series about a woman who, you know, talks to cats and shit. The third episode’s out today, a two-parter that features Lizzy Caplan and Martin Starr — both of the late, great Party Down. Cats! More
Rumors have been flying (faster than a speeding bullet) that a new David E. Kelley-penned Wonder Woman is on its way to the small screen. And it looks like every brown-haired actress in Hollywood is up for the role. Ashely Greene, Evangeline Lilly, Megan Fox, and Minka Kelly have all been named as possible Dianas.
Of the four, we’d most like to see Megan land the role, because, well, Megan Fox as a superhero? How funny and awesome would that be? However, Evangeline seems to be the actress who’d most benefit from the star spangled part. She’s been known as Kate Austen for so long that nabbing a huge TV franchise could send her career skywards. And it’d be nice to see her in something other than jeans or a Dharma Initiative jumpsuit. More
Lizzy “I’m better than Zooey Deschanel” Caplan may have been known, up until recently, as Janice Ian from Mean Girls. But after the cult success of Party Down (not to mention her roles on True Blood, Cloverfield, and Hot Tub Time Machine), she’s basically become the hot, sarcastic Daria for the aughts. And she’s funny. More
Last week we showed you some of our favorite actors who bore a striking resemblance to another type of headline-maker: creepy convicts. In today’s edition, we tackle even more celebrity/criminal lookalikes. Christopher Meloni and Eliot Spitzer He might spend his … More