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If you'll allow us, dear reader, we'd like to self-indulge for a moment. Today one Ashley Olsen and one Mary-Kate Olsen turn 30. And while that may not be a monumental occasion for all, it put us on a path of serious self-reflection. The 30th birthday of the Olsen Twins is akin to the 30th birthday of oneself, emotionally speaking—if oneself is a millennial woman who grew up as a diehard Full House fan. That's because for a certain generation, nobody mirrored our lives or was simply as present for as much of it like the Olsens. There are plenty of child stars that we connected with—the Tia and Tameras, the Mae Whitmans, the Jonathan Taylor Thomases—but none that stayed in the »
Joel McHale stepping up to the mic in the name of fashion. The comedian will host the 2016 Cfda Awards, a press release announced Monday. While McHale's lengthy resume doesn't typically feature fashion, executives believe he will add a level of humor to the style-oriented evening. "His experience as a host, an actor, a comedian and someone who comes from outside the fashion industry will keep the night lively, topical, and unexpected," Steven Kolb, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Cfda, said in a statement. Among the star-studded guest list, which includes nominees Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen, is Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson, »
We're seeing double! Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen might be wearing very different colors, but their look is very similar. The famous twins arrived at the 2016 Met Gala wearing floor-length dresses and overcoats, solidifying themselves as the perfect pair on the multi-colored red carpet. Ashley wore a beige sheet-style gown with a golden overcoat that featured an ornate beaded design. She paired the overall look with her hair pulled back and wore a black clutch, to match her twin sister's all-black ensemble. Mary-Kate, on the other hand, wore her long locks down to match her black bag and black dress. Both Mary-Kate and Ashley wore simple jewels, a small necklace here and dangling earrings »
Can someone click the "like" button for us Asap?! Pop culture followers know that Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen try their best to lead a private life. The sisters choose not to run their own social media for fun. They tend to rarely make red carpet appearances. And the duo also knows how to keep a good secret—hello Mary-Kate's surprise wedding. But while taking over Sephora's Instagram account Wednesday afternoon, the fashion designers didn't just make their social media debut. They gave us selfies in the process. "First public selfie ever," the pair wrote while posing in black sunglasses and matching tops. "@ElizandJames »
So, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen decided against reuniting with their Full House co-stars, but what about younger sister Elizabeth Olsen? E! News caught up with the actress at the premiere of her latest film I Saw the Light, which hits theaters March 25, and the gorgeous celeb addressed rumors that she could play Michelle Tanner in the popular Netflix reboot (because who better to take on the job, right?). When asked about producers throwing her name out there to possibly play the fan-favorite character in the reboot, Olsen said she certainly didn't get an offer. "If I did, I'm pretty sure no one on my team heard it," she tells us. "I don't know where that started." Once »
Ever since Fuller House was announced by Netflix, it was clear that most of the original Full House cast was coming back. It was soon revealed that the show will center on the widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), whose sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber) move in with her to help raise her children. When all was said and done, the show, which premiered on the streaming service last month, brought all of the original stars back except two, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, who both played the infant Michelle on the hit series. Now that the show has been renewed for a second season, it seems that star/producer John Stamos may be trying to bring the twins back.
Just a few days ago, John Stamos posted an adorable video from the set of the original series, featuring both of the twins, with the »
Is John Stamos trying to tell the Olsen twins something? The 52-year-old actor posted on his Instagram page Thursday a home video from August 1989 showing him hanging out with Full House co-stars Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen when they were 3. One of the twins adorably sticks out her tongue at Stamos. "'Say my name' #StamosHomeMovies #Fullerhouse #MkAshley. #Tbt," he wrote. The actor had shared another clip of the girls, shot on the same date, days before the Netflix's Full House sequel series, Fuller House, premiered on Feb. 26. Stamos reprises his role as Uncle Jesse on the new show and serves as an executive producer. The Olsens, who »
Can Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen really turn down Uncle Jesse's pleas? John Stamos stopped by Today to discuss Fuller House and the recently announced second season and of course the topic turned to the Olsen twins and their notable absence from the first season Tanner family reunion nostalgia fest. So will they pop up in season two of the Netflix sequel series to Full House? "They're totally welcome. I was going to see Ashley last night and beg her to be on the show," Stamos told Matt Lauer. "We would love to have them. I know everybody would love to see them. I have a good feeling about it." However, a source told E! News nothing has changed for Mary-Kate and Ashley regarding »
It's official: This is a Fuller House world and we're just living in it. The revival series of the beloved Tgif staple Full House took the world by storm on Nextlix, securing a second season order within a week of its release. But for die-hard fans of the original, there were more than a few things missing. Of course, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen's absence meant no Michelle Tanner—and no one to adorably utter "You got it, dude!"—but their absence also meant we didn't get to check in with the many friends of hers we fell in love with over the years, like the one and only Denise Frazer. E! News' Erin Lim recently sat down with the actress who brought Denise to life way back »
Holy chalupas! Netflix has renewed its new Fuller House TV series for a second season, according to Variety, five days after the first season started streaming. It looks like creator Jeff Franklin's confidence in a Fuller House renewal well placed. Franklin was also right not to trouble himself with poor reviews of the Full House sequel. Will he score a hat-trick and get Mary Kate Olsen to appear as Michelle Tanner in season two (Ashley Olsen is rumored to be too camera shy, these days). Fuller House stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber, reprising their respective Full House TV series roles.
The cast of Fuller House also includes a new batch of kids. Michael Campion and Elias Harger play D.J. Tanner Fuller's sons, Jackson and Max, with twins Dashiell Messitt and Fox Messitt playing her baby boy, Tommy Fuller. Soni Bringas is Kimmy's daughter, »
The Tanner family is still waiting, Michelle. Now that Fuller House has officially been renewed for a second season by Netflix, another round of will-they-or-won't-they has kicked off regarding the return of Mary-Kate Olsen and/or Ashley Olsen. Both famously declined to appear in the revival, and several cheeky references were made to their absence in the first season. But is there a chance they could have a change of heart and say "You got it, dude!" if asked to make an appearance in season two? Before the show's Feb. 26 debut, series creator Jeff Franklin told E! News he's hopeful one or both of the twins will come around. "I am still hopeful that »
Good news, Tanner family friends and fans. All of you Tanner-heads are getting more new episodes! That's right, just a mere few days after Netflix debuted all 13 episodes of Fuller House, the streaming service has renewed the hit sitcom for Season 2. Though no further details are available at this time, the announcement came with a fun new video.
Netflix announced Fuller House Season 2 on the show's official Twitter page. And it looks like the three main leads will reunite a second time for another go-round of family fun and misadventures. There's no telling what kind of cameos these latest exploits will deliver, but we're sure to see the rest of the family return as well. With maybe the exception of one particular missing sister.
After a very long wait, Fuller House finally debuted on Netflix one minute after midnight last night. And while fans didn't get to see the return of Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, the twins who collectively play Michelle Tanner were not completely forgotten. There was mention of the third Tanner sister. Though, one joke got completely cut out of the show. And it was at the girls' expense. What big laugh landed on the cutting room floor and why?
In the premiere episode Our Very First Show, Again, the cast joke about Michelle's suspicious absence. In the final cut of the episode, Stephanie, played by Jodie Sweetin, asks her dad Danny Tanner, played by the returning Bob Saget, 'Where's my little sis?' His response, 'Well, Michelle sends her love but she's busy in New York running her fashion empire.' Its at this point that the whole cast deadpans directly into the camera. »
Here's one family reunion people actually wanted to attend. The long-awaited spin-off Fuller House began streaming Friday on Netflix, giving fans a look at the extended Tanner clan in a premiere episode that brought almost the whole cast back together. But what didn't you see on screen? As People (the only press to attend the premiere episode live taping) previously reported, the studio erupted into applause as each of the stars made their entrances. There was just one person on the entire soundstage who was not happy to see Uncle Jesse jog back into the Tanner family kitchen. "We had »
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Back in December, pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen announced that she had teamed up with Butch Walker to create a new theme song for Netflix's Fuller House, which debuts on the streaming service at 12:01 Am tonight. For fans who want an early sneak peek of the song, it's currently available to purchase on iTunes, and you can check it out below as well, thanks to YouTube user Kyle Slingo. For fans of the original series Full House, you'll definitely notice some similarities and major differences.
The song is essentially a remix of the original Full House theme song "Everywhere You Look" by Jesse Frederick. While some of the lyrics and beats are certainly the same as the original song, it's a much different track, overall. We'll have to wait and see if old and new fans alike respond to this new song when Fuller House debuts on Netflix later tonight. »
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen are arguably the most famous twins in the world, with a combined fortune of $300 million, but the sisters have done everything they can to separate themselves from the reason they became household names in the first place. We've known for months that the now 29-year-old Mary-Kate and Ashley wouldn't be reprising the role of baby of the family Michelle Tanner on Fuller House—Netflix's wildly anticipated sequel series to 1980s-and-90s-era Tgif favorite Full House—but it was still such a disappointment when cameras started to roll without them. But really, no one should've been surprised that the Olsen twins weren't into the idea. While other stars from »
One Olsen twin would have been better than none, but neither Mary-Kate Olsen nor Ashley Olsen accepted the invitation to return for the Netflix revival series Fuller House, which premieres this Friday. As it turns out, at least one of the sisters has a fairly decent reason for opting out of the reunion, which brings back the rest of the cast. The other one, not so much.
It's been known from almost the beginning that, while Tanner sisters DJ and Stephanie would be moving back to San Francisco, Michelle Tanner will not be making her presence known. But the reason behind the twins' decision not to participate have been a little bit hazy. Now, executive producer Bob Boyett has revealed the exact reason why neither girl is coming back. Some of their decision has to do with timing. But it's Ashley Olsen who actually had the best reason for not wanting to return. »
We're going to need the Full House cast to hurry up and cut it out, because this is cute overload. In honor of Fuller House's debut later this week, E! News went on an adventure through our archives to find the first interviews we ever did with the cast of Full House, and boy do they not disappoint. While yes, 1990 John Stamos is one of the greatest things we've ever seen, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen really are the true stars of the throwback video above as they hug Stamos, thank us for watching Full House, and show off the recently released Michelle dolls, which can both clap and wave goodbye. The package is also priceless thanks to the fact that it might »
Over the past few years, Netflix has established s a track record of bringing back some of your favorite shows such as Arrested Development, while launching their own slate of beloved original shows, such as House of Cards, Orange Is the New Black and Marvel's Daredevil. In just a few short days, the streaming service will bring back another iconic TV series with the debut of Fuller House, a continuation of the 1980s Full House, debuting on February 26. Today, Netflix has released a another trailer, which offers both new footage, plus interviews with stars Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, who describe their perfect Netflix night.
Nostalgia for beloved shows is currently at an all-time high, with Disney Xd's revival of Boy Meets World, entitled Girl Meets World, along with Fox's current hit event series The X-Files. There are also a slew of others in development such as Netflix's Gilmore Girls »
With Netflix finally releasing Fuller House on Friday, there's no better time for a little '90s throwback to the original sitcom, Full House! Much thanks to Candace Cameron Bure, we have a totally adorable behind-the-scenes video of her and "Nerd Boy" John Stamos walking along the coast of Hawaii with a baby Olsen twin (though she doesn't say whether it was Mary-Kate Olsen or Ashley Olsen). In the home video, Bure offers the camera-person a tour of the scenic island before introducing Stamos. "Hello! We're the nerds!" Stamos says in a silly voice as he holds the baby's hand. Bure captioned the precious video fittingly: "Introducing... nerd boy John. »
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