02:07 AM EDT 07/24/2014
Originally posted 04/27/2014 08:00PM
It was a very happy weekend, indeed, for George Clooney.
As for those still holding out hope for their own happy ending with the eternal bachelor ... not so much.
Hey, put down the ice cream – here's what you missed:
5. Why Nick Offerman's Loving Work Right NowThe Parks and Recreation star is mixing business and pleasure at his latest job. Taking the stage with wife (and seasoned costar) Megan Mullally in the Off-Broadway production of Annapurna, Offerman caught up with PEOPLE to chat about his new gig.
Why the real-life couple are perfect coworkers.
Originally posted 04/26/2014 05:15PM
They're no Ron and Tammy 2, but Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally's characters in their new Off-Broadway play, Annapurna, are full of complicated feelings.
The real-life couple play Ulysses (Offerman) and ex-wife Emma (Mullally); he's preparing for the end of his life just as she tracks him down, and they fall quickly back into the rhythm of dialogue that only an actual couple could replicate. Intensity builds throughout the play, leaving many audience members in tears as the lights come back up.
"Being a person who is mostly known for comedy, I've never had the experience of people audibly weeping at the end of our show," Mullally, 55, tells PEOPLE. "It's really kind of great. I don't want to upset anyone, but it's great that the show is effective enough to bring out emotions."
Originally posted 04/10/2012 08:30AM
Originally posted 09/15/2011 03:15PM
The Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced Sept. 18, and one thing's for sure – the winners' lives won't change. At all. No, really.
At least, that's what past winners Jeremy Piven, Megan Mullally, Kristin Chenoweth and Jackée Harry insist in a new video, where the stars talk about their post-Emmy lives.
"It definitely hasn't changed my day-to-day life," Mullally, who won twice for Will & Grace says. "I still get up and shower like every normal person."
Then again, she showers with her Emmy Award – a helpful little gold statue that scrubs her back. She's not the only one in a deep, committed relationship with her Emmys: Piven straps his three Emmys (all from his turn as Ari Gold on Entourage) into car seats before taking them for a drive.
Originally posted 08/01/2011 06:00AM
Originally posted 08/28/2006 11:20AM
Par for the course, some winners spoke too long onstage and got the hook – in the form of exit music – after winning their Emmys on Sunday night, but backstage at the Shrine Auditorium the stars could take their time having their say or even lighting up.
Originally posted 05/31/2005 04:00PM
Ellen and Oprah, move over: Will & Grace Emmy winner Megan Mullally is set to host her own syndicated TV talk show debuting in fall 2006, NBC announced Tuesday.
Originally posted 09/23/2003 01:00PM
"Will & Grace"'s Megan Mullally (who plays Karen) might have buried her husband, Stanley, on the hit NBC sitcom last season, but in real life she wed last weekend, reports TV's "Entertainment Tonight."
Originally posted 04/18/2003 10:00AM
LAST LAUGH: Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally will be getting much heftier paychecks on NBC's "Will & Grace," said the Hollywood Reporter. Effective immediately, McCormack and Messing will be receiving $250,000-$275,000 per episode, with Mullally and Hayes getting only slightly less than that. By the seventh season, McCormack and Messing should be pocketing about $400,000 per episode. All four stars are also tied into syndication rights.
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