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I Love Tina Fey

Your nana and I have that in common.

  • I might have an unhealthy obsession with Tina Fey.

What do you consider the gold standard of TV finales?

Fey Frasier finale was really good. I always the iCarly finale cause I was moved to tears by the iCarly finale. Also, it’s like when you have kids and you flash back when they’re little kids and now they’re young adults.

Carlock Tina made us watch the iCarly finale. It was very well done.

Fey It didn’t hold up in the room because they didn’t know the characters like I did. But that was another one where they really let people say goodbye!

How Tina Fey And Bryan Cranston Helped Jon Hamm Say Goodbye To ‘Mad Men’

16. April 2014

One reason the actor is coping so well with saying goodbye might be thanks to the wise advice of fellow TV vets Tina Fey and Bryan Cranston. Both Fey and Cranston created beloved characters on TV and had to say goodbye to their long-running shows last year — “30 Rock” and “Breaking Bad.” So what advice did they have for Hamm?

"They’re like, ‘It sucks. It’s hard,’" Hamm said, "And I was like, ‘I know, I know.’ And they’re like, ‘Yeah … no you don’t. But you’re going to find out.’"

(Source: The Huffington Post)

Tina on the set of Date Night

'Muppets Most Wanted' Unscripted Sneak Peek!

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12. March 2014

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Tina Fey to Star in, Produce ‘The Taliban Shuffle’ for Paramount (Exclusive)

20. February 2014

Lorne Michaels will also produce

9780307477385_p0_v1_s260x420Fresh off another rousing success co-hosting the Golden Globes, Tina Fey is attached to star in and produce “The Taliban Shuffle” for Paramount Pictures.

The studio had no comment.

Fey will produce through her Little Stranger banner, along with Lorne Michaels and Broadway Video.

Robert Carlock of “30 Rock” wrote the script, which is based on Kim Barker’s memoir “The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan.” Fey optioned the book and trusted frequent collaborator Carlock to handle the adaptation.

Barker arrived in Kabul as a journalist in 2002. She spoke only English and had little idea how to do the “Taliban Shuffle” between Afghanistan and Pakistan. As she delved deeper into the region, her love for the hapless countries grew along with her fear for their future stability.

Fey recently starred opposite Paul Rudd in the comedy “Admission” and turned in a funny cameo as an entertainment reporter during the big fight scene in “Anchorman 2.” She next stars in Shawn Levy’s “This Is Where I Leave You” as well as Disney’s sequel “Muppets Most Wanted.” She’s repped by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment and attorney Clifford Gilbert-Lurie.

Carlock, who worked as a “Saturday Night Live” writer for years alongside Fey, also wrote Warner Bros.’ football comedy “Three Mississippi.” He’s repped by WME and attorney Ken Richman.

(Source: thewrap.com)


Actress Tina Fey attends the Carolina Herrera 2014 Fall/Winter fashion show during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, in New York.