Melissa McCarthy

Films of 2019

Your definitive feminist guide to 2019’s must-see movies

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    Why Melissa McCarthy’s post-Oscars outfit is going viral

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    Academy Awards 2019: the Oscars dress that blew everybody’s minds

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    Academy Awards 2019: the best Instagram posts from celebrities during the 2019 Oscars

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    Oscars 2019: highlights, winners, speeches, as they happened live at the 91st Academy Awards

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    Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a beautifully observed portrayal of loneliness

    Melissa McCarthy is truly magnificent as an embittered and whiskey-soaked Lee Israel, says Under Her Eye’s Emily Gargan.

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    Melissa McCarthy named best and worst actress of 2018 on the same day

    She received an Oscar nomination and a Razzie within 24 hours of each other, and for that we love her

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    Melissa McCarthy keeps being fat-shamed, and her responses are always epic

    The actress has always shut down the critics who want to comment on her appearance. Here's some of her best clapbacks to date

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    “Dear Rebel Wilson: this is not how you apologise when you’re wrong”

    A breakdown of the furore around the actress’ comments about plus-size women in romantic comedies

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    Jennifer Aniston and Melissa McCarthy debate climate change in a hilarious sketch

    “Every day, school children are brainwashed into believing they cannot fly…”

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    Fancy yourself as a bonafide ghostbuster? Then this one’s for you...

    Who you gonna call? You, the next ghostbuster

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    Ghostbusters’ Leslie Jones hits out at racist abuse

    Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones has been bombarded with racist abuse on Twitter

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