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The 14-year-old boy graduated from middle school on Friday — with Ripa sharing a sweet shot of Joaquin’s big day to Instagram.
Dressed in his shiny green cap and gown, Joaquin smiles ear to ear in the picture, with his mom and dad on either side of him.
Ripa, 46, wore a floral ankle-length sundress and green cardigan that perfectly matched Joaquin’s graduation attire. Consuelos, meanwhile, looked sharp in a blue suit and white button-down shirt.
“Congratulations to Joaquin Antonio Consuelos!!!” Ripa captioned the adorable family moment, »
- Dave Quinn
Ever wonder what the stars of your favorite movies and TV shows got up to when the cameras weren’t rolling? Well, we have some partial answers for you.
Keep scrolling to see the best behind-the-scenes shots from decades past. They’re totally phat, gnarly, groovy and … you get the idea:
I’d have to go to storage for the good pics @AllCharisma but… »
- Lydia Price
Kirsten Howard Jun 7, 2017
Lois & Clarke actor Dean Cain has added another three new Christmas movies to his legacy, but only one of them has a dog in it (we think)...
If you're new to Den Of Geek (or just weren't aware) we've watched nearly all of them, including the many made-for-tv ones where his co-star is a talking dog (and, in a lot of cases, multiple talking dogs).
Well, since we last updated our article, Mr Cain has made three more Christmas films - Beverly Hills Christmas, »
After Riverdale's shocking season one finale, we are more than pumped for next season. Not only are things about to get even weirder and darker, but we are also anxious to see if comic-book fan-favorite Sabrina Spellman, whose hometown is right across the Sweetwater river, will finally come to town. While the series didn't suddenly become supernatural like we initially thought it would, showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa has said on many occasions that he's open to the possibility of bringing the teenage witch on board. Just in case he does decide to start casting, we've rounded up which actresses would be perfect for the role (aside from the Og Sabrina, Melissa Joan Hart). RelatedThis Crazy Theory About Riverdale Would Change Everything »
- Kelsie Gibson
Image Source: Getty / Matthew Eisman If you've seen the trailer for the adaptation of Nicola Yoon's Everything, Everything, than you've no doubt found yourself googling its star Nick Robinson. While the 22-year-old actor's charisma and looks are comparable to fellow Ya star Ansel Elgort, there's another reason why he looks so familiar. In his short nine years of acting, he's actually been in a handful of well-known movies and shows. Since you'll probably be seeing his face everywhere after the film's release on May 19, we've gathered a few fun facts about him to jumpstart your newfound obsession. 1. He's From Washington Nick was born in Seattle on March 22, 1995. At age 11, he made his professional acting debut in a local production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol and eventually signed with The Savage Agency in La two years later. Unfortunately, the Writers Guild of America strike was in full swing at the time, »
- Kelsie Gibson
Caroline Rhea does not take motherhood for granted.
The actress, 53, opens up in the new issue of People about learning she was expecting her first child at the age of 44 — and the heartbreaking circumstances that surrounded her pregnancy.
After years of struggling to conceive with her then-boyfriend and fellow comedian Costaki Economopoulos while serving as host on the third season of The Biggest Loser, Rhea received some devastating news.
“My parents got diagnosed with cancer one week apart,” she tells People.
Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the People Babies newsletter. »
- Jodi Guglielmi
Patrick Sproull May 4, 2017
Who killed Jason Blossom, and 5 other mysteries Riverdale has to solve as the season 1 finale approaches. Speculation and spoilers ahead...
Spoiler warning: this article includes comments from Riverdale’s cast and creator about episodes twelve and thirteen.
Thinking cynically, Riverdale was never going to fail. It’s the ultimate teen drama, that golden mix of arch self-reflexivity and soapy melodrama, with a moody, neon aesthetic that Tumblr has predictably lapped up in gif form. It boasts the hottest young cast this side of Gossip Girl, and for older viewers there’s a lure in having 90s stars like Skeet Ulrich, Mädchen Amick and Luke Perry fill out the parental roles. And this is all without mentioning that the show is executive-produced by godfather of The CW, Greg Berlanti.
It certainly helps, too, that Riverdale is one of the most fun teen dramas to come out of the last few years. »
Melissa Joan Hart recently revealed that she had a brief fling with Ryan Reynolds back in her Sabrina the Teenage Witch days and was quite "smitten" with him, but ultimately put an end to it. Apparently he was no Pauly Shore! Well, she actually had to end it with Ryan because she had a boyfriend at the time, but in the mid-1990s Hart also wouldn't have been too far removed from crushing on Shore, whom she recently named as her O.G. celeb crush while taking the E!Q in 42. She's since abandoned the Weasel for the likes of Channing Tatum and Ryan Gosling (and her husband of 13 years, Mark Wilkerson, of course), but...hear that, Melissa's mom? »
Rest in Peace, Michael Mantenuto.
The Miracle star died on Monday, April 24, of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, a spokesperson for the King County Medical Examiner's office in Washington tells Et. Mantenuto was 35 years old.
His case is currently being investigated by the Des Moines, Washington, police.
Mantenuto had remained largely out of the spotlight after starring in the 2004 Disney film, in which he played fan-favorite Olympic hockey player Jack O'Callahan opposite Kurt Russell's Herb Brooks. In real life, Mantenuto played college hockey for the University of Maine. According to TMZ, he went on to enlist in the U.S. Army and join the Special Forces.
If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-talk (8255). »
Anjelica Huston: 92Y Plus/ YouTube
Anjelica Huston is set to add another trophy to her mantle. The Seattle International Film Festival (Siff) has announced that the Oscar winner has been chosen as the 2017 recipient of their Career Achievement in Acting Award. The 43rd installment of the fest will also host the world premiere of Huston’s latest film, “Trouble,” written and directed by Theresa Rebeck.
Spanning over 50 years, Huston’s career includes three Academy Award nominations and one win. She received nods for “The Grifters,” “Enemies: A Love Story,” and “Prizzi’s Honor,” and won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the latter. “Transparent” and “Smash” are among her recent credits.
“It is an honor to welcome such a talented, exquisite, and tenacious actress to this year’s festival,” said Sarah Wilke, Siff’s Executive Director. “Anjelica Huston has graced the theater screen for many years and we at Siff are elated to celebrate her success as an artist with our Career Achievement in Acting Award.”
Huston will receive her award at a tribute event June 7. The evening will kick off with an on-stage interview with Huston, followed by a screening of “Trouble.” Prior to the tribute, two of Huston’s other films will play at the fest: “The Grifters” and “The Witches.”
Siff runs from May 18-June 11. Up next for Huston is “Watcher in the Woods,” an upcoming original Lifetime movie directed by “Sabrina the Teenage Witch’s” Melissa Joan Hart. The re-imagining of the 1980 cult classic horror film sees Huston playing the mother a girl who disappeared in the English countryside.
Anjelica Huston to Be Honored at Seattle Film Fest was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
Academy Award-winning actress Anjelica Huston will be honored with the Career Achievement In Acting Award at the 43rd annual Seattle International Film Festival (Siff), the fest announced this morning.
The tribute event will take place on June 7, prior to a screening of her new movie, “Trouble,” written and directed by renowned playwright and two-time Emmy nominee Theresa Rebeck. Huston also serves as an executive producer on “Trouble,” which casts her and Bill Pullman as feuding siblings.
In addition to “Trouble,” the festival will be screening two of Huston’s films from 1990, “The Grifters” and “The Witches.” More information and tickets are available at the festival’s website, http://www.siff.net.
Huston was born into a film dynasty that includes her father, director John Huston, and her grandfather, actor Walter Huston. She won an Oscar for her role in 1985’s “Prizzi’s Honor,” directed by her father, and was nominated »
- Jenelle Riley
Most people have at least one of those what-could-have-been relationships from the past, but Melissa Joan Hart can top everyone because she once had a teenage romance with none other than Ryan Reynolds — but ended it because she had a boyfriend at the time. The pair met in Vancouver while filming the 1996 TV movie “Sabrina […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Melissa Joan Hart is pondering past love!
The Melissa & Joey star reminisced about1996's Sabrina the Teenage Witch TV movie, where she shared an on-screen romance with Ryan Reynolds, that, as the 40-year-old actress tells it, had the potential of becoming something real.
"He was very sweet. I had a boyfriend at the time but we were smitten and cute and he was adorable," Hart shared during an appearance on Australia's Studio 10. "He was a really, really nice guy, probably would have been a great boyfriend, and I didn't end up with the other guy, so maybe I should have taken a chance!"
Of course, Hart has been married to Mark Wilkerson since 2003, while Reynolds tied the knot with his wife, Blake Lively, in 2012. But just because they're in happy relationships doesn't mean she can't wonder about what might have been »
The actors, both 40, costarred together in the 1996 TV movie Sabrina the Teenage Witch, in which Hart played the titular character.
A precursor to the popular spinoff sitcom of the same name, the film cast Reynolds as bad-boy Seth — the object of Sabrina’s affections (until, of course, he tried to hook up with her in his car after the Spring Fling).
On-camera, their »
- Dave Quinn
Sabrina was quite the naughty teenage witch! Back in 1996, Ryan Reynolds played one of Melissa Joan Hart's crush in the Sabrina the Teenage Witch TV movie, which served as the pilot for the hit series and starred an entirely different supporting cast. The film was shot in his native Canada, where he began his acting career as a child. While filming, Reynolds cast a love spell on Hart! The two had a fling. But she has said she ultimately chose to end it—and stop cheating on her boyfriend. "He was very sweet. I had a boyfriend at the time but we were smitten and cute and he was adorable. He was a really, really nice guy, probably would have been a great boyfriend, and I »
Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Anjelica Huston are joining forces to make some magic at Lifetime. Melissa Joan Hart will direct the Oscar winner in “Watcher in the Woods,” an upcoming original movie for the network. Variety reports that Huston will topline the re-imagining of the 1980 cult classic horror film.
Huston plays “Mrs. Alywood, the distraught mother whose daughter vanished in the English countryside over 20 years ago. When Jan Carstairs (Tallulah Evans) and her family move into the idyllic Alywood manor for the summer, the family is warned against entering the surrounding woods, but Jan and her little sister Ellie (Dixie Egerickx) hear voices coming from the forest,” Variety summarizes. “As Jan unravels the dark past hidden by the townspeople, she delves further into the mystery and deeper into danger, but now it might be too late to escape.”
In addition to her directing duties, Hart is executive producing “Watcher in the Woods” along with Paula Hart, her mother. The “God’s Not Dead 2” actress has previously helmed episodes of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” in which she starred from 1996–2003, her comedy series “Melissa & Joey,” and “Santa Con,” a 2014 Lifetime movie about a con man who is forced to accept a job as a department store Santa.
A premiere date for “Watcher in the Woods” hasn’t been announced yet. Lifetime did, however, reveal when to expect Kyra Sedgwick’s directorial debut, “Story of a Girl.” The coming-of-age story based on Sara Zarr’s Ya novel will air on the network July 23.
Melissa Joan Hart to Direct Anjelica Huston in Lifetime Movie was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
With upfront season now beginning in earnest, Lifetime has unveiled its upcoming programming slate, which includes a new original movie starring Anjelica Huston and directed by Melissa Joan Hart, a reality series from “So You Think You Can Dance” host Cat Deeley, and the previously announced movie about the water crisis in Flint, Mich., starring Cher.
The network has also set dates for some of its upcoming films: “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland,” based on the book “Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days” and told through the eyes of Jackson’s body guards, will bow on May 29. “Menendez: Blood Brothers,” about the Menendez brothers, will premiere June 10. Kyra Sedgwick’s directorial debut “Story of a Girl,” based on Sara Zarr’s Ya book of the same name, is set to air July 23.
As for the new projects, a complete breakdown lies below:
- Oriana Schwindt
Yolanda Hadid has booked her first post-Real Housewives of Beverly Hills gig.
The 53-year-old former model and reality star will lead a new Lifetime unscripted series about teen models, tentatively titled Model Moms, the cable network announced Tuesday.
On Model Moms, Yolanda and her modeling expertise will be front and center as she coaches aspiring teen models to succeed on and off the catwalk. Yolanda and a team of experts will put the girls and their “momagers” through an eight-week training program, focused on the physical, mental and emotional wellness that it takes to build a brand.
The models will be competing for a $5,000 weekly prize to put toward their future careers, with the lone girl left standing winning a management contract with Yolanda’s company and the possibility of being represented by Img Models, which represents Yolanda’s children, daughters Gigi and »
Lifetime continues to draw top talent.
The network, which is also executive producing a movie about the Flint water crisis starring Cher, has ordered two new movies with Elizabeth Smart and Oscar winner Anjelica Huston attached, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Huston will star in a reimagining of the 1980 film The Watcher in the Woods, to be directed and exec produced by Melissa Joan Hart. The movie centers on Mrs. Alywood (Huston), a distraught mother whose daughter, Karen, vanished in the English countryside more than 20 years earlier. When Jan Carstairs (Tallulah Evans) and her family move »
- Kate Stanhope
Hollywood Medium is back. Recently, host Tyler Henry announced season three of the E! TV series will premiere in May.The series follows Henry, a sought-after medium, as he gives readings to various celebrities and tries to communicate with their departed loved ones. Previous guests have included Boy George, Kris Jenner, Tori Spelling, Melissa Joan Hart, Carole Radziwill, Moby, Kevin McHale, and Retta.Read More… »
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