NEW YORK (AP) — Aubrey Plaza has a story she's been meaning to tell — about the forgotten twin sister of Santa Claus.
The “Parks and Recreation” and “Black Bear” actress has a deal with...
’Tis the season of great Aubrey Plaza performances, apparently. The “Parks and Recreation” and “Legion” alum has been long overdue for a breakout film role, something fitting of her wide-ranging...
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NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Sarah Ramos hasn't let being stuck in quarantine stop her from acting.
Ramos, whose TV credits include “American Dreams” and “Parenthood,” has spent her downtime...
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Two years after his "Moonlight" triumphed on the eve of the Oscars, Barry Jenkins' adaptation of the James Baldwin novel "If Beale Street Could Talk" on Saturday topped...
Aubrey Plaza relishes public humiliation
Craig Robinson turns stage fright into energy
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — Leave it to Jeremy Scott to make the circus couture.
The Moschino designer known for his whimsical collections and theatrical flair threw a big top bash Friday complete with circus performers and a Ferris wheel for the brand's women's resort and menswear collections.
"There is like a muscleman lubed up!" said actress Jamie King, eyeing a pre-show performer in animal print briefs. "It's very Moschino."
Aubrey Plaza on social media: ‘It’s complicated’
Quick, what's more important: social media or real life?
For the title character in "Ingrid Goes West ," there is no question, and perhaps no distinction.
Plaza punks Olsen at ‘Ingrid Goes West’ premiere
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jenny Slate reunites with her "Obvious Child" director in the '90s-set "Landline," Sam Elliott plays a stoner Western film icon in "The Hero," Aubrey Plaza gets serious in "Ingrid Goes West," and Jennifer Aniston teams up with the future Han Solo, Alden Ehrenreich, in the Gulf War drama "The Yellow Birds" in some of the films in competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Aubrey Plaza says she almost married her "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" co-star Michael Cera in Las Vegas.
The actress tells RuPaul's "What's the Tee?" podcast that she and Cera took a road trip from Chicago to Los Angeles and came close to tying the knot in Sin City. She says they dated for a year and a half and still love each other. She describes the soft-spoken Cera as "a weird little freak" and "one of the funniest people" she knows.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In Hollywood, it's rare for an actor to be 30 minutes early for an interview. It's even rarer for them to arrive unaccompanied. But on this sunny afternoon, Aubrey Plaza is both.
She walks into Little Dom's, a cozy Italian restaurant in LA's trendy Los Feliz district, looking casual and relaxed. This is her neighborhood spot and she's not the high-maintenance type.
It's the day after the premiere of her latest film, 20th Century Fox's raucous...