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Dawson's got game (at least, most of the time) .... 'cause TMZ Sports has video of James Van Der Beek ballin' in an entertainment basketball league -- hittin' 3s and airballs in the same game. James is a member of the "Dallas" squad in the E-League at Equinox gym in L.A. -- along with his famous teammates Brandon Routh, Josh Hutcherson, James Lafferty and Nick Swardson. And that's not all ... some of the stars from other teams include Michael B. »
- TMZ Staff
After the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, CBS viewers will be introduced to a new group of friends.
On Friends With Better Lives, debuting March 31 following the hour-long Himym sendoff, we meet six friends at different stages in their lives — married, not, etc. — who internally question who has it better. James Van Der Beek, Kevin Connolly, and Brooklyn Decker are among the stars, and above we have an exclusive look at the key art for the show. (Fun, approachable…)
Following the aforementioned special preview, Friends With Better Lives resumes its regular time slot April 7 at 8:30 p. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Stars swapped their movie sets and TV studios for the basketball court Sunday when they came out for the opening game of the E-League, a "secret society" that unites actors and athletes for the love of the game. Among the players who were organized into teams representing major U.S. sporting cities were Fantastic Four's Michael B. Jordan, James Van Der Beek, Dean Cain, Bill Bellamy, Jay Harrington (Hot in Cleveland), and even former NFL star Terrell Owens. Now in its 17th year, the E-League plays at the Equinox Sports Club in West L.A. and mimics the real
- Debbie Emery
Harold Ramis died on Monday morning, causing fans of the star and his many comedies — including Groundhog Day and Caddyshack — to grieve on social media. Read below for statements and tweets from his famous fans, ranging from Parks and Recreation actress Rashida Jones to Family Guy mastermind Seth MacFarlane, and check back as we’ll continue to update this page throughout the day.
“I was fortunate to be able to do two movies with Harold Ramis,” Groundhog Day and Multiplicity star Andie MacDowell told EW in a statement. “He was the kindest of any director with whom I worked. Harold was a genius. »
- Ariana Bacle
Britney Spears has been a woman of few spoken words lately, letting her biographical Britney Jean album communicate what's up in her world. Now she's turning to graphic clothing to share not-so-subtle messages. In a photo Brit tweeted this week, the singer clued us in on how she tells her boyfriend David Lucado to get to stepping. In other funny tweets, Chrissy Teigen showed off her hydrating bath-time ritual, Seth Myers discovered his hilarious billboard placement fail, and Kristen Bell is reeling with the effects of drinking for a scene. Keep reading to Lol at all that and more. Sorry not sorry ;) pic.twitter.com/qyUfurvap7 — Britney Spears (@britneyspears) February 15, 2014 Yes, Britney has a jacket for that point in a relationship. Bathtub selfie game on lock #birdbath #shavetimes pic.twitter.com/wuNJmFIeyv — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 19, 2014 The photo that didn't make it into Sports Illustrated. So honored to have my »
- Nick Maslow
Professionally speaking, Kevin Connolly is occupying two worlds at once.
The former "Entourage" co-star is reprising his Hollywood-agent character Eric "E" Murphy in the now-filming movie sequel to the 2004-11 HBO series. At the same time, he's ramping up for his premiere in the CBS sitcom "Friends With Better Lives" following the series finale of "How I Met Your Mother" Monday, March 31.
"We wrapped 'Friends With Better Lives' in November," Connolly tells Zap2it, "and 'Entourage' just started this week, so I've had the time to separate the two. Then again, it's been 10 years of 'Entourage,' so it's something you can almost do in your sleep at this point -- whereas with 'Friends With Better Lives,' you're still challenged and still learning things about who these characters are."
Talk about an Eye-popping number: CBS has been seeking half a million dollars from advertisers who want to tuck a 30-second commercial alongside the March 31 series finale of “How I Met Your Mother,” according to people familiar with the negotiations.
Not everyone will pay that sum. Advertisers who bought the program during last year’s “upfront” market, when networks seek to sell the bulk of their ad inventory for the fall season, were able to secure ad berths in the finale for between $300,000 and $350,000, according to these people.
Marketers forking over top dollar to be in the “Himym” finale will be paying a significant premium for the show compared to its normal run in the season. According to a recent Variety survey of primetime ad prices for the 2013-2014 season, the average cost of a 30-second spot in the show was $169,364. The series stars Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders, »
- Brian Steinberg
Title: Labor Day Director: Jason Reitman Starring: Kate Winslet, Josh Brolin, Gattlin Griffith, Tobey Maguire, Clark Gregg, Brooke Smith, James Van Der Beek, Maika Monroe, Alexie Gilmore Four times Academy Award nominee, Jason Reitman, after having portrayed delightfully poignant and irreverent stories, such as ‘Thank You For Smoking,’ ‘Juno,’ ‘Up in the Air’ and Young Adult,’ delivers an intensely suave adaptation of the novel ‘Labor Day’ by Joyce Maynard. It is the very Labor Day weekend that is bound to mark the lives of Adele (Kate Winslet) – a divorced, single mother who rarely ventures further than her house – and her judicious thirteen year old son, Henry (Gattlin Griffith/Tobey [ Read More ]
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- Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi
After its award-qualifying run in limited release last month, Paramount Pictures is bringing Labor Day to theaters nationwide, starting today. The studio has released two clips from this adaptation of Joyce Maynard's novel which centers on single mother Adele (Kate Winslet) and her son Henry (Dylan Minnette), who take in a troubled man in need of help named Frank Chambers (Josh Brolin) over Labor Day weekend. Even though Frank eventually reveals he is an escaped convict wanted by the law, he helps bring this family together in ways they never thought possible. Take a look at these scenes from director Jason Reitman's drama, which shows how close Frank and Adele become over the course of one weekend.
Labor Day centers on 13-year-old Henry Wheeler, who struggles to be the man of his house and care for his reclusive mother Adele while confronting all the pangs of adolescence. On a back-to-school shopping trip, »
The third time's the charm for James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly Van Der Beek. The happy couple welcomed their third child on Jan. 26, and decided only after giving birth what they would name the baby.
"We had not had a single discussion about a name before the baby was born," Van Der Beek recalls on "The Talk." "And then she was born and things are crazy and you're buzzing, and then I had work to do and was kind of away for the afternoon."
He continues, "Then I said, 'Oh by the way, do you have a name?' And [Kimberly] said, 'Only one name came to me.' And I said, 'Only one name came to me too.' It was the same name. So, Annabel."
Annabel Van Der Beek. It has a nice ring to it, no? Congratulations to the happy parents! Annabel joins big sister Olivia and big brother Joshua. »
James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly are revealing the name of their adorable new addition. "We named our baby girl," the proud mama shared on Instagram on Friday, Jan. 31, along with a pic of Annabel written out on a wood surface and some hearts. Unfortunately the name announcement did not come with a photo of the newborn, so we will have to wait to see little Annabel. The star of the upcoming Friends With Better Lives and Kimberly welcomed their third child together on Saturday, Jan. 25. "Outnumbered by kids, outnumbered by girls, outlandishly grateful and thrilled... Watch out world, Vdb baby #3 made her debut last night :)" the Dawson's Creek alum »
Typically, it’s not considered savvy to open a movie on Super Bowl weekend, what with more than 100 million spending their Sunday afternoon on their sofa, eating nachos, guac, and buffalo wings in front of the Big Game. But Jason Reitman’s Labor Day might qualify as counter-programming. Based on Joyce Maynard’s 2009 novel, the film tells the melodramatic story of a fragile divorcee (Kate Winslet) whose rare excursion out of her house and into town with her 13-year-old son (Gattlin Griffith) is hijacked by an escaped fugitive (Josh Brolin) who demands refuge. But while he looks threatening, he’s a mild soul, »
- Jeff Labrecque
Baby Van Der Beek has a name! During an appearance on The Talk Friday, Jan. 31, James Van Der Beek revealed the name of his third child, a baby girl, who was born on Jan. 25. "Exclusive! @vanderjames reveals to the ladies of #TheTalk that his 3rd baby's name is Annabel!" a Twitter account for the CBS talk show posted on Friday. "Congrats James & Kimberly!" Proud mom Kimberly also revealed her daughter's name on Friday by sharing it in an Instagram photo with the caption: "We named [...] »
Chicago – There is a real power when the right filmmaker connects with the right performers. What appears on the surface to be a slight and well-worn story, gains a decided psychological edge. ‘Labor Day’ features Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, and writer/director Jason Reitman.
The story – adapted from a novel by Joyce Maynard – is about a convict kidnapping a single mom and son after a prison break. In keeping them in place as he hides out, a relationship develops between the lonely matriarch and the escaped prisoner. This theme has been explored before, but Reitman takes it to another level of resolve. The underlying mood and tension involving the emerging adolescence of the captured boy, the break in the psychosis of the newly paired lovers and the overriding feeling that they might be caught at any moment creates a tension that raises the narrative stakes.
Adele (Kate Winslet »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Title: Labor Day Paramount Pictures Director: Jason Reitman Screenwriter: Jason Reitman, from Joyce Maynard’s novel Cast: Josh Brolin, Kate Winslet, Gattlin Griffith, Brooke Smith, Clark Gregg, J.K. Simmons, James Van Der Beek, Maika Monroe, Alexie Gilmore, Tobey Maguire, Bri Screened at: Paramount, NYC, 11/12/13 Opens: December 27, 2013 in La, January 31, 2014 elsewhere As this film moves along at a steady pace, occasionally stopping for flashbacks, you may be thinking, “Hey, this doesn’t sound believable.” True enough: the romance between a convicted murderer and an innocent, divorced woman may not be something that has occurred to any of your neighbors, but stranger things have happened. Apropos, think of Stockholm [ Read More ]
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- Harvey Karten
Based on Joyce Maynard's coming-of-age novel and set in small-town New England in the late 1980s, the film stars Josh Brolin as Frank, an escaped convict who convinces a reclusive single mother (Kate Winslet) and her young son Henry (Gattlin Griffith) to let him hide out in their house. What's originally only supposed to be a few hours turns into an entire long weekend, as Frank becomes the stand-in man of the house both mother and son had been missing, fixing loose floorboards, teaching Henry how to play baseball, and yes, bake a peach pie.
Following the movie's premiere during the Toronto International Film Festival, Reitman, Brolin and Griffith held a press conference to discuss their new film. »
- Rick Mele
The grievous wound left by the cancellation of Don't Trust the B- in Apartment 23 can finally start to heal now that ABC has ordered another comedy pilot from Apt. 23 creator Nahnatchka Khan. Based on chef Eddie Huang's 2013 memoir, Fresh Off The Boat focuses on a Chinese family that immigrates to the greater Orlando area in the nineties. We're going to go ahead and point out that the Huangs probably need a hilarious neighbor and James Van Der Beek was everywhere in the nineties. We're just saying. »
- Halle Kiefer
James Van Der Beek's baby life just got even bouncier. The star of the upcoming Friends With Better Lives and wife Kimberly welcomed a daughter last night, their third child together. "Outnumbered by kids, outnumbered by girls, outlandishly grateful and thrilled... Watch out world, Vdb baby #3 made her debut last night :)" the actor tweeted this afternoon. He and Kimberly, whom he married in 2010, announced back in August that they were expecting again. Van Der Beek's rep told People, which was first with the happy news, that their baby girl arrived via natural home birth, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces. The littlest one, whose name has not been revealed yet, joins »
James Van Der Beek is a third-time dad! He and his wife, Kimberly, welcomed their daughter on Saturday night via a natural, in-home water birth, according to People. The baby girl weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces, and the couple has yet to release her name. "Kimberly and little one are doing really well," his rep told the magazine. The baby is the youngest sister to the couple's 22-month-old son, Joshua, and 3-year-old daughter, Olivia. The couple announced their baby on the way back in August 2013. Congrats to James and Kimberly! »
- Alyse Whitney
James Van Der Beek and his wife Kimberly have welcomed their third child.
The former "Dawson's Creek" star announced his baby news on Twitter on Sunday.
"Outnumbered by kids, outnumbered by girls, outlandishly grateful and thrilled... Watch out world, Vdb baby #3 made her debut last night," James Tweeted.
Photos: Hollywood Dads & Their Adorable Little Ones!
James and Kimberly have two toddlers in the house already - Joshua, who is nearly 2, and Olivia, 3.
The actor's new comedy, "Friends with Better Lives," premieres on CBS on March 31, 2014.
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