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In its upcoming third season, Netflix’s “Fuller House” will embrace its family sitcom roots more than it ever has. While the show has always explored the complicated dynamics between family members, this year it dives deeper into classic sitcom storylines from summer school, to planning a wedding, to a family vacation in Japan.
“We try very hard not to repeat the stories or very special episodes of the original show,” says Franklin. “We don’t think in those terms anymore, but there are certain themes that are universal to all family shows, like these relationships and special moments you spend with loved ones that will always be at the center of what our show is.”
- Danielle Turchiano
Please welcome back celebrity blogger Marla Sokoloff!
Known for her roles as Cokie Mason in The Baby-Sitters Club movie, Lucy Hatcher on The Practice and bad girl Gia on Full House and Fuller House, Sokoloff is currently filming the latter’s third season.
The actress’s movie A Happening of Monumental Proportions is set to release in the near future, and she’s currently developing a film whose screenplay she wrote herself.
- Marla Sokoloff
Joshua Tunick directed from his own script. He’s also producing with publicist-turned-producer Eric Kops and Dave Perkal. Breaking Glass is planning a July limited theatrical followed by a VOD/DVD release.
The story follows an intimate group of friends and family gathering at the home of two gay men — portrayed by Rapp and Bennett — to celebrate their nuptials. When the wedding hits a snag, the group helps the grooms to see that all marriages have their challenges.
Variety first reported on the project in 2015 as shooting was starting in Los Angeles, when the film was titled “Modern Love.” Thomas Dekker, Mackenzie Astin, Alona Tal, Hutchi Hancock, Marla Sokoloff, Lee Garlington and Sam Anderson also star.
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- Dave McNary
Kaley Cuoco is super supportive of her close-knit gal pals.
Et spoke with the 31-year-old Big Bang Theory star as she supported the launch of her good friend Haylie Duff's new children's collection -- Little Moon Society -- in Los Angeles, where she talked about getting baby fever of her own due to all the adorable clothing.
"Is it weird that I want to wear these clothes? Is that weird?" Cuoco joked to Et's Carly Steel. "In the largest size possible? It does give you a little bit of baby fever! Everyone is so cute, everyone looks so adorable, hard not to."
"... Yeah, I've got dogs," she joked.
Cuoco said that she and Duff, as well as actress Marla Sokoloff, have been friends for over 15 years. Duff's friends certainly came out in full force at her big event, including [link=nm »
Marla Sokoloff‘s little girl is growing up!
The Full House and The Practice alum spoke exclusively to People about her older daughter Elliotte Anne‘s big birthday celebration, which was held on Saturday at The Coop in Studio City, California — and had a very special theme, requested by the girl of the hour herself.
“Elliotte desperately wanted a sleepover for her 5th birthday. Obviously, with her being five, that wasn’t going to happen,” Sokoloff, 36, tells People.
“So, I decided to host a ‘mock’ slumber party for her and her girlfriends: a sleepover vibe without the terrified children waking »
- Jen Juneau
5 items from 2017
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