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Long before there was "Talking Dead," there was an after-reality show online-only talk show focused on Bravo reality shows. That the show would become a five-night-a-week hit seemed about as likely as a walker wearing a red shirt surviving an episode of "The Walking Dead." Yet there "Watch What Happens Live" and host Andy Cohen are, more than five years later, having earned a special prime-time "Secrets Revealed" look back at its more than 700 episodes. The show debuted in the summer of 2009, and went from weekly to nightly in early 2012. "Watch What Happens Live" may have started as a home for its network's D-list talent, but now it draws true A-list stars, from Meryl Streep to Lady Gaga. Earlier this fall, Liam Neeson to suck helium out of a balloon and recite lines from movies. Its absurd games, dumb polls, technical difficulties, bad questions, copious alcohol, and awkward host have »
- Andy Dehnart
Ben Affleck kept it cool and casual for his Sunday trip to the farmers market in La, donning a tight t-shirt that showed off his muscles. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus popped up after she and Patrick Schwarzenegger caused a stir with their hot Pda. In other fun moments, Sarah Jessica Parker looked right at home abroad, David Beckham got an early start on holiday celebrations, and Jennifer Lawrence hit up SoulCycle. Keep reading to see all that and more! »
The original series followed washed up TV sitcom actress Valerie Cherish (Kudrow) and her attempt to revive her career by starring in her own reality show. The reboot picks up nine years after Valerie's misadventures in season one. She's landed a role on a new series called "Seeing Red" while holding a second gig on a Bravo reality show hosted by Andy Cohen.
Within the time that The Comeback has been off the air, reality television took over pop culture giving more interest to a show satirizing the genre. Still, neither Dan nor Lisa thought the show's reincarnation would actually materialize, but that didn't stop them from dreaming about where the show could »
Holiday shopping is upon us! One way to tell for sure? The festive window displays featured at department stores in Manhattan. One of our favorites: The classic, ultra-New York holiday displays at Henri Bendel. The luxury goods store always presents iconic, whimsical windows that represent why the holiday season in the Big Apple is like no other. Last year's installment was a star-studded feature inspired by caricaturist Al Hirschfeld's celebrity drawings—the Bendel windows showcased Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Sarah Jessica Parker among others. E! News caught up with Henri Bendel Creative Director Pina Ferlisi to get the scoop on this season's holiday windows before the big reveal next week. »
Now that Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy are all willing to reprise their roles, a Hocus Pocus sequel is officially on the table. A lot has changed since the movie was released in 1993, especially the actors. Ok, maybe Bette Midler looks mostly the same, but Dani (Thora Birch) and Max (Omri Katz) are all grown up! Plus, Thackery (Sean Murray) is still as cute as ever. Catch up with the whole cast by checking out all the cute then-and-now pictures below. »
Halloween may be over for the year, but love for Disney's 1993 spooky cult classic "Hocus Pocus" lives on -- and its three original stars all want to make a sequel.
While promoting her new album during a Reddit Ama, Bette Midler was asked about the possibility of "Hocus Pocus 2," and she answered that she was interested, but had no control over the idea. When Redditors continued to pester the singer-actress about the possibility of reprising her role as the eldest Sanderson sister, Midler once again assured commenters that she'd be on board -- but needed fans to get Disney behind the project.
"Inundate the Disney company, because I have canvassed the girls and they are wiling to do it," Midler wrote, "but we have no say in it, so if you want a Hocus Pocus 2, ask the Walt Disney company." The star added, "Sistahs!," a callback to a line in the film, »
- Katie Roberts
Are you sitting down? Bette Midler just did a Q&A session with Reddit and divulged some great information about 1993's Hocus Pocus and the possibility of a sequel. "Inundate the Disney company," she said. "Because I have canvassed the girls and they are willing to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want [another] Hocus Pocus, ask the Walt Disney company . . . Sistahs!" Well, every '90s kid just lost it. Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy are both down to come back? Yes! Parker responded to a tweet about the news, confirming, "Yep I'm in." Meanwhile, Najimy tweeted, "Hocus people, Bette says it best. Listen to your elders!" This is excellent news! Someone start typing up a petition immediately. In case you don't want to filter through Midler's long Reddit chat, here's what else she said: On Hocus Pocus's massive success after the box office: "Shocked. »
Bette Midler has revealed that she's ready to make a sequel to the Halloween hit, "Hocus Pocus" -- but, she it's up to You to make it happen."You have to go to send in your cards to the Walt Disney company," she said during a recent Reddit Ama. "The ball's in their court." After the Q&A session ended, the veteran actress returned to the site to urge users to contact Disney with requests for "Hocus Pocus 2.""Inundate the Disney company, because I have canvassed the girls and they are willing to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want a Hocus Pocus 2, ask the Walt Disney company," she wrote. "You have been so adorable. This has been most enlightening. Sistahs!"As Bette said above, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, who played the other two Sanderson sisters in the 1993 original, are on board »
- tooFab Staff
If Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy get their way, there will be a Hocus Pocus sequel! Midler, 68, was first to stir the cauldron on this one, revealing Tuesday in a Reddit Ama that all three witches want to star in a follow-up to the 1993 cult hit. Her words must've put a spell on Parker, 49, and Najimy, 57, because within hours of Midler telling fans to "inundate the Disney company," the other two Sanderson sisters took to Twitter to conform they are In! "Hocus people, Bette says it best. Listen to your elders.!," wrote Najimy, linking to an article reporting Midler's call for a sequel. On Wednesday, the actress noted that fans of the film were "batty" »
The 68-year-old diva is asking fans of the witchy film to rise up and contact Disney about making a sequel to the 1993 movie. This all started when Midler answered a question on Reddit as to whether she'd be open to reprising her role as the witch Winifred. "You have to go to send in your cards to the Walt Disney company," she wrote. "The ball's in their court."
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Showing how serious she is about the sequel, the acclaimed singer/actress added, "Inundate the Disney company, because I have canvassed the girls and they are willing to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want a Hocus Pocus 2, ask the Walt Disney company."
Before signing off, Midler told her fans, "You have been So adorable. This has been »
Are you sitting down for this? There's still a chance at a Hocus Pocus sequel! Bette Midler was busy answering questions on Reddit over the weekend when one fan expressed their love for the beloved 1993 Disney movie. To everybody's surprise, the singer was more than up for a reunion. "You have to go to send in your cards to the Walt Disney company," she wrote. "The ball's in their court." Midler's totally in! But what about Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy? "Inundate the Disney company, because I have canvassed the girls and they are wiling to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want a Hocus Pocus 2, ask the Walt Disney company," Midler added. »
Alec Baldwin is fighting to preserve an aquifer that serves one of Long Island's most affluent neighborhoods. Baldwin is among the outspoken signatories of a letter aimed at preserving the Stony Hill aquifer outside the Amagansett village neighborhood in East Hampton, which is home to celebrities including Sarah Jessica Parker, Glenn Close, Mick Jagger and Madonna. "The entire community and the undersigned in particular, are very concerned that continued development of land sitting on the Stony Hill aquifer could compromise the sole source of drinking water for the residents of East Hampton," the letter reads. The aquifer's current landowner
- Diana Swartz
The thriller follows a small-town girl (Robbie) who lives alone on a farm in the only valley with breathable air in the wake of nuclear war. Her world is turned upside down when two strangers wander in from the forest. [Source: Variety]
Disney Animation Studios ("Frozen," "Big Hero 6") has announced the titles and dates for its next two animated films. "Zootopia" will open first on March 4th 2016, whilst later in the year comes "Moana" on November 11th 2016.
Meanwhile, Focus Features has pushed back the release date of "Insidious: Chapter Three" by one week with the film now slated to open June 5th next year. Leigh Whannell takes over the directing reigns on the film which also stars Dermot Mulroney, »
- Garth Franklin
Is It Now the American VOD Market? Things have been quiet this year at the American Film Market. Foot traffic in the corridors of the Loews Hotel, usually swarming with dealmakers and wannabes, was undeniably light. It is a sign, insiders say, of a market in transition, as the decline in traditional DVD sales and the Netflix-driven rise of VOD revolutionize the business Sarah Jessica Parker Romantic Comedy 'All Roads Lead to Rome' Sells Wide Ambi Distribution, which is producing the film and selling it worldwide, has closed deals across much of the world, including to StudioCanal for Australia/New
- THR Staff
International buyers are taking All Roads Lead to Rome, an upcoming romantic comedy starring Sarah Jessica Parker. Ambi Distribution, which is producing the film and selling it worldwide, has closed deals across much of the world, including with StudioCanal for Australia/New Zealand, Zdf for Germany, Corbi Media for Spain, California Filmes for Latin America and Spi for Eastern Europe. All Roads Lead to Rome centers on uptight Maggie (Parker) and her former Italian lover, Luca (Raoul Bova), who go on an exciting road trip across Italy pursuing Maggie's rebellious teenage daughter (Rosie Day). Claudia Cardinale co-stars as Luca's mother. See
- Scott Roxborough
President of worldwide sales and acquisitions and her team have closed sales in Germany (Zdf), Australia/New Zealand (StudioCanal), Latin America (California Filmes), Eastern Europe (Spi), Spain (Corbi Media) and Cis and Scandinavia (Revolutionary Releasing).
Rights are also off the table in Benelux (Dutch Film Works), Middle East (Shooting Stars), South Africa (Times Media Films), South Korea (Nouveau Films), Portugal (Cine Mundo), Israel (Five Stars), Greece (Feelgood Entertainment), the Philippines (OctoArts), India (PVR Pictures) and Malaysia (Vision Plus Entertainment).
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
Ambi Distribution closed deals for Germany with Zdf; Australia/New Zealand – Studiocanal; Latin America – California Filmes; Eastern Europe – Spi; Spain – Corbi Media; Cis and Scandinavia – Revolutionary Releasing; Benelux – Dutch Film Works; Middle East – Shooting Stars; South Africa – Times Media Films; South Korea – Nouveau Films; and Portugal – Cine Mundo.
“All Roads” is in production in Italy, with Ella Lemhagen (“The Crown Jewels”) directing from a screenplay by Cindy Myers, Josh Appignanesi and Lemhagen. The film also stars Paz Vega, Claudia Cardinale, Rosie Day and Raoul Bova.
“All Roads” centers on Parker’s uptight American and her former Italian lover, »
- Dave McNary
Back in July, it was reported that Tina Fey was set to produce and possibly star in a Hocus Pocus sequel. Shortly thereafter, she clarified that her Disney witch movie was not, in fact, Hocus Pocus 2, but an entirely different witch movie altogether. This disappointed many fans, who have long been clamoring for a follow up to the 1993 magical comedy starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy.
The initial report did prove to Disney that there is still a hungry fan base for this comedy, which could become a franchise is allowed. Fans aren't the only ones that want to see the return of Witches Winifred, Sarah and Mary. So does the original cast. Bette Midler participated in a Reddit Ama, where she revealed that she has discussed the matter with her co-stars (though she doesn't name any specific names), and they are game for a sequel.
"Inundate the Disney company. »
After nearly every celebrity—including Emma Watson, January Jones, and Sarah Jessica Parker—was spotted wearing overalls this past spring and summer, it was only a matter of time before the trend took over the maternity style world, too. Enter Liv Tyler, currently pregnant with baby No. 2, who showed off just how chic the denim onesie can be while running errands in New York City on Friday, Nov. 7. The Leftovers actress, 37—who hammed it up this Halloween by dressing as a "bun in the oven"—was spotted looking cool [...] »
It seems like every week we find ourselves talking about another big Hollywood breakup. Fortunately, we don't have to worry about any trouble between Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker. On Wednesday's Meredith Vieira Show, the actor was asked about his successful marriage to the Sex & The City star. Turns out, the two share an unbreakable friendship. "We really are friends beyond everything else and we talk a lot," he told Meredith Vieira when sharing his advice to couples. "Keep talking I guess, I know how cliché that is. Too much silence is definitely not a good idea." He added, "She's really funny, she makes me laugh. That's good. I wish I »
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