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Tina Fey and Paula Pell

Monday 14 Dec 2015

Tina Fey and Paula Pell talk Sisters

Tina Fey and the writer of her new movie Sisters, Paula Pell, sat down with TEN's Sinead Brennan to talk women in comedy, making the movie and more.

  • Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell on the red carpet in Dublin. Photo: Brian McEvoy

    Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell return to Dublin

    Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg walked the red carpet at the Dublin premiere of their new comedy Daddy's Home and TEN's Sinead Brennan was there to catch all the action!

  • Toy Story 4 is happening and Woody has the hots for Bo Peep

    Toy Story 4 is a love story between Woody & Bo Peep

    The long awaited Toy Story movie is finally in production and TEN can reveal that the fourth instalment in the hugely popular series is a love story between Woody and Bo Peep. Pixar Boss Jim Morris told us the movie is "very sweet and emotional".

  • Chris O'Dowd and David Walsh

    David Walsh talks Lance Armstrong movie The Program

    Journalist and author of the book Seven Deadly Sins: My Pursuit of Lance Armstrong, David Walsh, spoke to TEN's Sinead Brennan about seeing the biggest story of his career come to life on the big screen in The Program.

  • Tom Hiddleston

    Tom Hiddleston, Guillermo del Toro talk Crimson Peak

    TEN's Sinead Brennan sat down with Crimson Peak director Guillermo del Toro and stars Tom Hiddleston and Mia Wasikowska to find out more about the new gothic romance.

  • Director and star at work, and at ease

    Rory O'Neill and Conor Horgan

    The Queen of Ireland star and director tell Harry Guerin about their acclaimed new documentary.

  • Anton Corbijn (right) and star Dane DeHaan on the Life set

    Anton Corbijn

    Harry Guerin talks to the legendary photographer-turned-director about his new film, the James Dean character study Life.

  • Cruising for a brogue bruising

    Shamrocks, Semtex and Shelliaghs

    As we hurtle toward another St Patrick's Day, Alan Corr rounds up the very worst and the very best attempts at an Irish accent on the big screen. Begorra and, indeed, begosh!