Wine Country writer talks about her time on SNL, Amy Poehler and not taking Molly
Wine Country is a new comedy movie about a group of longtime girlfriends who go to Napa for the weekend to celebrate Rebecca’s (Rachel Dratch) 50th birthday. The film also stars female comedy legends Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer and Maya Rudolph. Directed by Poehler, from a script written by Emily Spivey and Liz Cackowski, the film is based on a real-life wine country trip some of the actresses attended a few years ago. Co-writer Liz Cackowski opens up about the real-life trip that inspired the film, her time writing for Saturday Night Live, and of course, wine.
Director Bao Nguyen on LIVE FROM NEW YORK!
Chevy Chase. Eddie Murphy. Kristin Wiig. They all have one thing in common. Saturday Night Live. The live comedy sketch show has been on for 40 years, and it’s about time someone made a documentary on this eclectic group of people responsible for weekly commentary on the state of pop culture in America. How are they always so funny? How do ...