Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Melissa McCarthy on Her Amazing Journey (and New Clothing Line!): 'I'm Having the Time of My Life'

Melissa McCarthy Talks Spy and New Clothing Line
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Melissa McCarthy went from Illinois farm girl to the new queen of Hollywood, and she's having the time of her life. Subscribe now for McCarthy's exclusive interview on fame, fashion and making her own rules, only in PEOPLE!

No one would ever expect Melissa McCarthy to hold back when it comes to getting laughs. Yet for years, she says, Hollywood had certain expectations for female comedians. Being funny "couldn't be through your personality or actions, you just had to look crazy," she tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story.
Sitting down for an exclusive interview with PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle (see the video here), McCarthy says her journey has been a lesson in pushing those limits. "I just think that we've gotten rid of, luckily, a lot of those guidelines," she adds. "Funny is funny, and it can come in 8 billion different shades and flavors, so I think it's silly to kind of limit it."

Now with her first summer action film, Spy, opening No. 1 at the box office, McCarthy is proving herself to be one of Hollywood's most bankable stars. "I'm having the time of my life," she says.
The film teamed her up again with her Bridesmaids and The Heat director, Paul Feig, and took McCarthy's love for dress-up to a whole new level. "I just think that wigs and makeup and costumes completely transform me," says the actress, who plays Susan Cooper, an office wallflower-turned-secret agent. "When I read a character that I really, really love, I know immediately what they look like. It's like I want to 100 percent become that person."

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