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The 'Bridesmaids' star pitches alternative names for the NFL game after Thompson tells her they can't mention Super Bowl on NBC.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress will serve as a host on the NBC variety series for the third time on the weekend leading to the big NFL game.
The actress was among those recognized at the 20th annual event for their impact on the film industry.
Elle magazine defends McCarthy styling on the cover of its November Women in Hollywood issue following criticism that she is covered up in the photo.
McCarthy is expected to reteam with 'The Heat' director Paul Feig, while Matthew Vaughn shows interest in casting Watson for his next pic.
The special poster features Bullock and McCarthy as incompatible law officers, Ashburn and Mullins, with a tagline which reads, 'Action's never been so hot!'
Reed says in an email that he does not have anything personal against obese people, adding that he stands 'by all of my original remarks about Melissa McCarthy's obesity.'
McCarthy finally breaks silence after New York Observer's critic Rex Reed made offensive comments about her weight, saying that the movie critic 'is swimming in so much hate.'
The two main female cast, along with director Paul Feig, express their appreciation for the help they've gotten from the Boston crew and law enforcements when filming the movie there.
The 'Bridesmaids' actress hosted the sketch comedy show on April 6 and blamed high heels for making her fall when she made her way onto the stage.
As the 'Suit and Tie' singer prepares for his double duty on March 9, the 'Bridesmaids' star is reportedly set to host 'Saturday Night Live' for the second time on April 6.
The 'Jenny McCarthy Show' host says of film critic Rex, 'He can go to hell,' after he used the words 'tractor-sized' to describe Melissa in an 'Identity Thief' review.
Rex Reed of New York Observer also calls the 'Bridesmaids' actress 'a gimmick comedian who has devoted her short career to being obese and obnoxious with equal success.'
Bullock is an arrogant special agent and McCarthy is a 'crazy' foul-mouthed cop who deal with madness in their job after they are tasked to pair up.
Ciro Neili, executive producer of the Nickelodeon animated reboot, says the iconic exclamation 'cowabunga' 'might be coming' though they'll introduce another catchphrase 'booyakasha'.