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Abby Elliott is leaving Saturday Night Live

Abby Elliott is leaving Saturday Night Live

By | August 15, 2012 at 3:03 pm | 4 comments

After four seasons on the iconic sketch show, Abby Elliott will not be returning to Saturday Night Live next season. Although NBC declined to comment on Elliott's status, Laughspin has independently confirmed her departure. Elliott joins Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg, who...

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Barely there Lindsay Lohan flops in an otherwise standard Saturday Night Live

Barely there Lindsay Lohan flops in an otherwise standard Saturday Night Live

By | March 4, 2012 at 2:07 pm | 2 comments

Last night's Saturday Night Live was one of the most anticipated of the current season, seeing as constantly embattled actress Lindsay Lohan was returning as its host for her fourth time and after a six-year absence. So, how did she do? Well, she looks relatively healthy and...

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Watch Abby Elliott’s club jam ode to balls

Watch Abby Elliott’s club jam ode to balls

By | October 5, 2011 at 4:17 pm | 6 comments

Saturday Night Live's Abby Elliott is obsessed with balls. That’s the gist of this aptly titled music video, "Balls!" in which Elliott plays a Britney sound-alike who is intensely fascinated by testicles. But it’s not a sexual obsession; it’s just that they’re so weird....

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Exclusive first review of “High Road,” Matt Walsh’s directorial debut

By | May 2, 2011 at 9:05 pm | 2 comments

Simply put, High Road is hilarious. The audience adored the film at its world premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival on Friday, and showed their appreciation with frequent swells of laughter. There's been plenty of speculation and Internet buzz about the Matt...

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Matt Walsh: High on improv

By | April 25, 2011 at 9:40 am | No comments

Improvisation in cinema has been tried a few times over history. The films of auteur Robert Altman were noted to use a script as merely a blueprint from which the actors improvised from. As the sophistication of certain audiences has risen, improvisation on screen has become...

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