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Cobie Smulders is not accustomed to being singled out. The How I Met Your Mother star and Marvel universe apparatchik tends to operate in the company of others, which is why she found herself somewhat stricken with panic earlier this year at the Sundance premiere of her latest film, Unexpected, which opens in theaters and on demand this Friday. "Oh shit," she recalls thinking. "I'm in every scene."
It's true, she is — though it's about time. Fans of her CBS sitcom, which concluded its nine-season run last year, might agree »
Might one more American Horror Story veteran be making a reservation in this fall’s Hotel?
Lily Rabe, who has so far appeared in every installment of the FX anthology series, is in talks to return for its upcoming fifth season.
Rabe would play a famous serial killer who has stayed at the titular hotel, EW.com reports, and the series seemingly confirmed the casting Wednesday in a tweet.
The actress, meanwhile, has kept busy with a leading role on ABC’s summer drama The Whispers. »
Pixar just unveiled a full trailer for its upcoming "The Good Dinosaur" animated film, which has a voice cast comprised of John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, and Lucas Nef. Check it out below. Plot: In "The Good Dinosaur," the cataclysmic asteroid that forever changed life on Earth actually missed the planet and giant dinosaurs never became extinct. The story focuses on Arlo, a 70-foot-tall teenage Apatosaurus with a big heart. After a traumatic event rattles Arlo's tranquil community, he sets out on a quest to restore peace, gaining an unlikely companion along the way - a young human boy named Spot. The new movie is set to hit theaters on November 25th. Trailer: »
Not since the Publishers Clearing House giveaway has a television program exhibited the depth of feeling and production values of “Knock Knock Live,” a Fox series that asks the non-musical question, “So will some people watch Ryan Seacrest host pretty much anything?” Conceived by Simon Fuller, the show tries to take advantage of a live component to foster a sense of unpredictability but proved simply numbing in practice. Celebrities seemed willing enough to participate – hey, who wouldn’t want to play Santa Claus? – but after sitting through the introductory hour, when “Knock Knock” knocks next week, don’t answer.
Fox clearly has a kinder, gentler brand of reality TV in mind this summer, with this series premiering the same week as “Home Free,” another show with a “Queen For a Day”-type vibe. (The episode included a segment with the host of that show, Mike Holmes, one of the many »
- Brian Lowry
Loved Inside Out? Great! But there's one other Disney Pixar movie that should be on your radar this year: The Good Dinosaur. First-time director Peter Sohn - who has done storyboard art for Up, Wall·E, and Ratatouille - is at the helm for this tale of a dinosaur and a young human. There's a new trailer out, and beyond the Land Before Time flashbacks, it's already totally moving and goosebump-giving. Yes, this is the Pixar we know and love. Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, and Bill Hader are on voice duty, and the movie opens on Nov. 25, so block off your Thanksgiving weekend for repeat viewings. Watch the first trailer: »
The Good Dinosaur has been in production since what seems like the Ice Age, but the movie will finally be released in time for the holidays this Thanksgiving, giving the world it's second Disney Pixar movie of 2015! Inside Out, released this past June, was an instant box office hit, and has been called a true masterpiece of animation. Will The Good Dinosaur be able to live up to that same hype? The first full trailer arrives, following the teaser that debuted earlier this year, and it promises to be something special and quite unique.
Directed by Peter Sohn, The Good Dinosaur asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo (voice of Raymond Ochoa) makes an unlikely human friend. »
In a world where dinosaurs have never become extinct, a young Apatosaurus named Arlo loses his father in a tragic accident. One day, Arlo falls into a river and gets knocked out by a rock, finding himself far away from his home. While trying to find a way back to the Clawed-Tooth mountains, he befriends Spot, a human cave-boy. The new Pixar film stars Lucas Neff, John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, and Bill Hader as Forrest. “The Good Dinosaur” hits theaters everywhere on November 25, 2015 in 3D.
The post Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur Gets A New Us Trailer appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Rudie Obias
The Good Dinosaur" asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of. The voice cast of The Good Dinosaur includes Lucas Neff, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris, John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, and Judy Greer, and is set to be released on November 25th. »
Pixar is psychic! Dinosaurs plus Pixar is gold this summer!
The latest trailer for the second movie from the studio this year debuted on Tuesday and offered a more focused look at The Good Dinosaur and the characters that will inhabit it. The film is directed by Peter Sohn and features a voice cast of Raymond Ochoa, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Aj Buckley, Anna Paquin, Sam Elliot, Frances McDormand, Marcus Scribner, and Jack Bright.
The first teaser was more of an initial look at the film so people seeing Inside Out could get a taste of the second Pixar offering of the year while this one is more of a focused look at the main characters. It also works as a hint at the gorgeous visuals that will be on display, which may be some of the best that Pixar has done since Brave.
The Good Dinosaur has gone through »
- Zach Dennis
Neil Patrick Harris and husband David Burtka often share adorable snapshots of twins Harper and Gideon, and they haven't slowed down this Summer. The sweet moments shouldn't come as a surprise to Neil's followers, though - of all the picture-perfect celebrity families out there, Neil and David's is one of the most active on social media. The couple, who secretly got married last September after 10 years of dating, constantly shares heart-meltingly cute photos of the twins, ranging from their elaborate Halloween costumes to their nights on the town eating oysters and watching jazz shows. (Yes, they're sophisticated NYC tots.) Keep reading to see what we're talking about! »
Neil Patrick Harris acted as guest judge on America’s Got Talent first round of Judge Cuts on Tuesday, July 14. Nph Appears On America’s Got Talent As Guest Judge Now that the auditions are over, it’s time to narrow down the acts to determine who will get to compete live at Radio City Music Hall. […]
The post ‘America’s Got Talent’ Recap: Neil Patrick Harris Joins Judges, Sends Piff The Magic Dragon To Radio City Music Hall appeared first on uInterview. »
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Fox won Tuesday’s primetime ratings race behind the Major League Baseball All-Star game, which appeared to be down a little from last year, while NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” held up well and remained the night’s top-rated series. At CBS, rookie drama “Zoo” slipped from last week’s solid performance.
According to preliminary national estimates from Nielsen, Fox’s coverage of baseball’s All-Star Game from Cincinnati averaged a 2.8 rating/10 share in adults 18-49 and 10.2 million viewers overall on the net’s stations form 8 to 11 p.m., with the event’s final averages likely to edge up in the nationals. Last year’s game finished with a 3.2/11 in the demo and 11.34 million viewers overall — the third straight year the Midsummer Classic has been at a 3.2.
Elsewhere, “America’s Got Talent” (2.4/9 in 18-49, 10.6 million viewers overall) rose a tenth week to week despite the stronger Fox competition and »
- Rick Kissell
ios America president Orly Adelson is departing the company, The Wrap has confirmed. Adelson joined ITV Studios America in Jan. 2014 after serving as head of Dick Clark Productions. Her departure comes as corporate parent ITV has been ramping up its U.S. operations with several high-profile acquisitions of smaller companies last year. Under Adelson, ITV Studios America pushed more heavily into scripted programming. The company also is responsible for the upcoming Neil Patrick Harris-hosted NBC variety show “Best Time Ever,” which is based on an existing U.K. ITV property. Also Read: NBC Sets Premiere Dates for 'Heroes Reborn, »
- Daniel Holloway
Adelson, a production vet who previously headed Dick Clark Prods., has been with the company since early last year. ITV Studios America has been in the midst of a big push to expand the scope of its U.S. production activity, in tandem with the parent company’s buying binge of indie production companies in the U.S. and U.K.
The reason for Adelson’s departure was not immediately clear.
“ITV Studios America’s continued expansion in both scripted and unscripted, coupled with Orly Adelson’s decision to step down as president, provides us with the opportunity to restructure the business to better reflect our growth and ambitions for the future,” ITV said in a statement. “We would like to wish Orly the very best as she moves on with her plans in live, reality television and scripted production. »
- Cynthia Littleton
Jack & Bobby
Aired on WB for 1 season (22 episodes) from September 12, 2004 – May 11, 2005
Christine Lahti as Professor Grace McCallister
Matt Long as Jack McCallister
Logan Lerman as Robert “Bobby” McCallister
Keri Lynn Pratt as Missy Belknap
When we look back on all of the great American Presidents of the past, one can’t help but wonder about their lives and what they are really like behind their exterior. What lessons did they learn that would make them capable of leading a nation? What if we could see those moments that would inform the kind of President they would become? What if we could watch their life happen with the hindsight of »
- Jean Pierre Diez
By Alex Simon
2015 will most likely go down as the year that the once-taboo became respectable, with both gay marriage and marijuana finding legal and public acceptance nationwide. While the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all fifty states, the marijuana initiative is having an appropriately slower, but steady climb into legality. That said, we thought we’d take a look at some of cinema’s greatest proponents of the stoner lifestyle, before it all becomes downright conventional.
10. Jeff Spicoli—Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Sean Penn not only became a star with his turn as surfer/stoner Jeff Spicoli in the 1980s’ most iconic teen movie, he established how the stoners of the ‘80s differed from their predecessors: while the rebels of the ‘60s and ‘70s viewed their use of cannabis as a symbol of rebellion, and preferred it to alcohol and the other symbols of their parents’ generation and its decadence, »
- The Hollywood Interview.com
Aaron Tveit, you’re the one that Fox wants.
The Graceland leading man and Broadway actor will play Danny Zuko in the network’s live staging of Grease.
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As previously announced, Dancing With the Stars alum/actress Julianne Hough and High School Musical grad Vanessa Hudgens will headline the musical as Sandy and Rizzo, respectively. The cast also includes Scream Queens‘ Keke Palmer (as Marty Maraschino) and Big Time Rush‘s Carlos PenaVega (as Kenickie).
“I’m thrilled and honored to be joining this incredibly »
Celebrities aren't immune to failed relationships, but it's also not hard to find inspiring love stories in Hollywood. As the divorce rate drops across the Us, couples like Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are proving two people can grow together in marriages. And then there are duos that withstand the test of time even without a marriage license. Take, for instance, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, two stars who don't want to get married but whose commitment hasn't seemed to waver in over 30 years. »
Despite being known for celebrating the unusual and the extreme, reality television might be the genre that has done the best job of normalizing the lesbian, gay and bisexual experience for America’s households.
While there will always be outliers like Phil Robertson of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” reality TV more frequently offers viewers a look into the lives of subjects like AIDS educator Pedro Zamora (who had a commitment ceremony on MTV’s “The Real World”) and Richard Hatch, the first winner of CBS’ “Survivor,” as well as more recent contestants on CW’s “America’s Next Top Model.”
“Reality TV has been significantly influential in changing the public perception of what it means to be gay or lesbian,” says Matthew Breen, editor-in-chief of the Advocate and deputy editor of Out magazine.
Breen says reality shows that feature gays make it easier for public figures like Neil Patrick Harris, »
- Whitney Friedlander
Activist David Mixner stood alone on a theater stage in Los Angeles at the start of this year’s Gay Pride Month, sharing his memories with an audience of friends, political figures and a smattering of celebrities, about the time Ronald Reagan saw the light.
It was 1978, and aides to Reagan, who was on the cusp of launching his presidential campaign, believed he was ready to endorse a California initiative to ban gays and lesbians from teaching in the state’s classrooms, a ballot proposition inspired by the anti-gay crusades of singer Anita Bryant.
Mixner remembered when he and fellow activist Peter Scott landed a secret meeting with Reagan, who was exceedingly charming and willing to listen. Mixner warned the soon-to-be candidate that the initiative would create anarchy: Students could retaliate for a bad grade by accusing their teachers of being gay.
Reagan didn’t immediately reveal what he was going to do, »
- Ted Johnson and Brent Lang
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