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In Paul Feig‘s comedy Spy, Rose Byrne played the mostly villainous character Rayna, but even a character with a cold soul cracks up when she’s in the same room with a bunch of accomplished comedians. And so we’ve got this clip from a Spy gag reel drawn from the film’s home video release, which is available from digital HD outlets today. Here Rose Byrne, herself a very accomplished comedian, loses it more than a few times while shooting various scenes in the film.

Spy Debuts as Number 1 Movie; Entourage Opens Weak While HBO hoped to win over audiences with a film revival of its popular show Entourage, it was competing comedy Spy that ruled the North American box office. The Paul Feig-directed James Bond spoof, starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Jude Law and Rose Byrne, took home $30 million. Spy eclipsed Entourage, which fell short of expectations with $10.4 million for the weekend and a five-day launch total of $17.8 million (it opened Wednesday), according to The Hollywood Reporter. It's likely that Warner Bros.

Exclusive: Paul Feig Talks Ghostbusters 3 'A lot of people are mad because it’s a reboot...'Paul Feig is on this week's Empire Podcast to talk about his latest, Spy, which is out right about... now. But as well as the espionage-based chatter, there was plenty on Feig's next project, the reboot of Ghostbusters - starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon - and here below are some quotes from the interview to get you excited. Which Feig also happens to be, by the by."I’m excited," says Feig. "Those four ladies I have starring in it are so funny and that’s half the battle.

Melissa McCarthy on the movie that makes her laugh (and cry) the hardest Melissa McCarthy may be behind some of the funniest comedies in recent years, but there’s only one film that she would describe as “a perfect movie.” EW and People editorial director Jess Cagle sat down with McCarthy, Jason Statham, and Paul Feig to talk about the...

Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy comedy “Spy” will open the 41st annual Seattle International Film Festival, organizers announced Wednesday. Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated actress McCarthy stars as Susan Cooper, an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst who is the unsung hero behind the Agency’s most dangerous missions. When her partner (Jude Law) falls off the grid and another top agent (Jason Statham) is compromised, she volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer and prevent a global disaster. See video: From ‘His Girl Friday’ to ‘The Heat':

After earning rave reviews at SXSW, we have our first clip from the new action comedy Spy. The movie re-teams director Paul Feig with his Bridesmaids and The Heat breakout star Melissa McCarthy. This scene also includes Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne as a Russian villain named Raina who kindly insults McCarthy's super slick secret agent.From 20th Century Fox, the R rated Spy follows Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy), an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency's most dangerous missions.

Spy Red-Band Trailer: Melissa McCarthy is Already the Funniest Secret Agent in Years Twentieth Century Fox To say that Spy looks like the funniest comedy of its kind in years isn’t saying much, especially if we’re talking broad Hollywood releases. In her latest collaboration with director Paul Feig (Bridesmaids), Melissa McCarthy follows some really terrible vehicles starring Jackie Chan, Rowan Atkinson and Steve Carrell for something that looks familiar right down to the font of the credits.


Paul Feig Says New 'Ghostbusters' Reboot Starts Over & Pretends First 2 Movies Don't Exist – Cultural amnesia is always a curious phenomenon. In August, it was reported that Paul Feig was in talks to direct “The Ghosbusters” reboot and his intentions were to make it a female-led movie. 6 years 26 weeks ago via jetli

'Ghostbusters 3' Adds New Screenwriter, Confirms Female Stars

2:34 PM 10/8/2014 by Jeff Giles
Ghostbusters 3
After a quarter-century of stops and starts, it appears as though a third installment in the Ghostbusters franchise may actually be coming together -- and it even looks like the most recent of the many, many rumors surrounding the project might even have been on target.

Paul Feig confirms he’s on board for ‘Ghostbusters’ – Paul Feig is the man to call. Feig confirmed on Twitter that he is indeed working on a new Ghostbusters movie starring 6 years 26 weeks ago via jetli
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