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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.

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A Few Clips from Spy

Filmonic - Fri, 2015-06-05 16:09

A Few Clips from Spy So with Spy out today in the US maybe you want to watch a few clips from the Melissa McCarthy comedy, right? Oh just watch the damn clips, I hear the movie is pretty good. Well that was certainly unexpected from the definitely not fiery looking Susan Cooper, Melissa McCarthy’s character in Spy. Who is […] Read A Few Clips from Spy on Filmonic.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Worldwide Box Office Crosses $300M Director George Miller's 'Mad Max: Fury Road' continues to perform well in its third weekend of release, especially in international markets.

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A Few Clips from Spy

Filmonic - Fri, 2015-06-05 16:09

A Few Clips from Spy So with Spy out today in the US maybe you want to watch a few clips from the Melissa McCarthy comedy, right? Oh just watch the damn clips, I hear the movie is pretty good. Well that was certainly unexpected from the definitely not fiery looking Susan Cooper, Melissa McCarthy’s character in Spy. Who is […] Read A Few Clips from Spy on Filmonic.

International Box Office: San Andreas Rises to $169.1 Million The Rock starring disaster flick San Andreas is off to a great start around the world, already close to the $200 million mark after less than a week in theaters. San Andreas collected $63.9 million last weekend from a total of 60 international markets. Going into this weekend the film already stands at $100 million […] Read International Box Office: San Andreas Rises to $169.1 Million on Filmonic.

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 trying to 'verbally destroy' Rose Byrne in 'Spy' Rose Byrne may play an intimidating Bulgarian arms dealer with sky-high hair in Spy, but her co-star Melissa McCarthy revealed that Byrne was the person who broke and started giggling more than anyone on set. So naturally, McCarthy set out to make her laugh in every scene. “She’s so sweet...

A days ago we had the chance to sit down and chat with the cast of 20th Century Fox's upcoming film "Spy".The film follows Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency’s most dangerous missions.

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...

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