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The first pictures from the Paul Feig 'Ghostbusters' reboot feature Kristen, Melissa and Kate in full costume portraying their roles.
Amy Sherman-Palladino says it took a while for everyone to came around when it came to picking Melissa McCarthy for the role of Sookie St. James.
McCarthy showed off her newly slimmed-down figure at Leicester Square as she posed on the red carpet side by side with two other leading stars at the movie premiere.
'People don't stop at size 12. I feel like there's a big thing missing where you can't dress to your mood above a certain number,' Melissa told More magazine.
The comedienne thanked her parents for their 'terrible advice' to stick with acting and their endless support to pursue her comedy dreams.
Director Paul Feig says the all-female 'Ghostbuster' movie will be released in 2016 and teases Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon as cast members.
McCarthy steps up to replace Jude Law and Jason Statham as a spy when a lethal enemy has found out the identity of all CIA's agents.
The comedian reveals she isn't just making plus sizes, adding, 'I'm doing all sizes. It's a strange thing to stop at a certain size. Women don't, so why should clothes?'
The 'Tammy' actress will play the iconic fairy from Peter Pan stories in a movie to be directed by Shawn Levy.
Dunham hints at her interest to get involved in the all-female reboot, while McCarthy denies rumor she's tapped for the film.
Both the 'Bridesmaids' actress and the 'Tammy' star are open to be part of the female 'Ghostbusters' members.
The original ghostbuster mentions Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig as potential ghost catchers in Sony's reboot.
The 'Tammy' star wears a blue dress as her hands and footprints are immortalized at a ceremony which takes place at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Desperate for money, Murray's St. Vincent takes on a job to babysit a 12-year-old boy whose single mother has to work.
In a new magazine interview, the star of 'The Heat' talks about her marriage to Ben Falcone and reveals that she went to 'five or six designers' to ask them to make dresses in her size.