Trailer To Apple's Loot Starring Maya Rudolph

Trailer To Apple’s “Loot” Starring Maya Rudolph

Maya Rudolph has 87 billion reasons to start over after becoming the world’s most famous cheated-on woman in the new AppleTV+ comedy “Loot,” which premieres on June 24. Alan Yang (“Master of None”) and Matt Hubbard (“30 Rock”) wrote and created the 10-episode sitcom, which is executive produced by lead star and “Saturday Night Live” Emmy winner Rudolph.

Molly Novak (Rudolph) finds out that her picture-perfect husband (Adam Scott) is cheating on her in “Loot.” Molly’s life is in ruins after their divorce, and no amount of yachts, private flights to St. Barts, or wailing in a large sweets room will bring her happiness. As a result, Molly uses her non-profit empire to get involved in charity work and put her divorce settlement money to good use.

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Sofia Salinas, a charity foundation executive tasked with exploiting Molly’s fame to revitalize the non-profit, is played by Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, who won an Emmy for her role in “Pose.” Nicholas, Molly’s personal assistant, is played by Joel Kim Booster, the writer and actor of “Fire Island,” alongside Nat Faxon and Ron Funches.

Apart from her Emmy-winning role on “Big Mouth” and a recent cameo in real-life husband Paul Thomas Anderson’s Oscar-nominated “Licorice Pizza,” Rudolph has two more animated series in the works: Amazon Prime Video’s star-studded “The Hospital,” starring Natasha Lyonne, Kieran Culkin, and Keke Palmer, and Disney+’s “Big Hero 6” spin-off “Baymax!”

Last year, Rudolph and his “The Hospital” co-star Lyonne revealed that they will be teaming up again to adapt the Irish indie horror film “Extra Ordinary” into a half-hour comedy series for TBS. The story revolved around a ghost-busting couple whose livelihood is jeopardized when a supernaturally gifted family moves into their little town. Just don’t compare “Extra Ordinary” to the “female version of ‘Ghostbusters,'” which starred Kristen Wiig, a fellow “SNL” veteran.

When it comes to her comedy career, notably the 10th anniversary of “Bridesmaids,” Rudolph recently told Entertainment Weekly, “There’s no question that when you start to hear more than once that something is quote-unquote ‘the female ‘Hangover.'” “As if ‘The Hangover’ were a film adaptation of, say, the comedic ‘Citizen Kane.'” Guys, they’re two completely distinct films! You’re talking about a bunch of women, a group of folks that know their worth in comedy and know their weight.”

In the future, Rudolph will star in the long-awaited “Enchanted” sequel “Disenchanted,” which is set 10 years after storybook princess Giselle (Amy Adams) discovers true love with real-life bachelor Robert (Patrick Dempsey). The musical film also stars James Marsden, Idina Menzel, and Yvette Nicole Brown.

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