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Donald Faison is still a big kid at heart! The "Scrubs" star took to Instagram on Monday to share a super sweet photo with his adorable son Rocco. In the photo, the actor sits on a yellow car ride with his lookalike little boy seated right in front of him. "Vroom Vroom!!," the 41-year-old captioned the candid snap. In a second shot, Donald and his gorgeous wife CaCee Cobb pose for a funny photo while wearing festive Mickey hats at Disneyland. "The C-3Po to my R2-D2 #41st #Disneyland," Faison posted with the pic. Faison turned 41 on June 22. We love seeing the cute couple out and about and having fun -- especially since they just welcomed their second child together, a baby girl, in April. "Meet the newest love of our life, Wilder Frances Faison. #babygirl," CaCee posted with a sweet snap of their little lady via Instagram at the time. »
- tooFab Staff
Fox has set the supernatural drama Houdini and Doyle, centered on the relationship between Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, for a Spring 2016 bow on the network. David Shore, the creator and executive producer of House, which also aired on Fox, is currently set to executive produce the mini-series, alongside David Titcher and David Hoselton, with Stephen Hopkins signed on to direct the entire 10-episode run. Stephen Mangan, who is best known for riffing with Matt LeBlanc on Episodes, will play the haloed author of the Sherlock Holmes novels, while Michael Weston, who had major arcs on House, Scrubs, and Six Feet Under, as well as a supporting role in Zach Braff's genuinely heinous Garden State, will play the famed magician and contortionist. Man Seeking Woman standout Rebecca Liddiard will round out the cast as their liaison, the first female constable to work for London Metropolitan Police Force. »
- Chris Cabin
Never was there a story of more bro, than this of J.D. and his Turk-eo.
Thus begins the epic bromance of "Scrubs'" John "J.D." Dorian (Zach Braff) and Christopher Turk (Donald Faison), two doctors who share a profound, nine-season-long bond that nothing -- not even the closure of Sacred Heart Hospital -- can break. So take a trip down memory lane with White Shadow and Brown Bear, and fall in love with their wonderfully odd friendship all over again. »
- Tim Hayne
After galvanizing fans to action with a series of tweets a couple of weeks ago, actor Ron Perlman has backtracked a little in his attempts to push forward with Hellboy 3. Though Perlman has made no secret of his desire to again play the endearingly foul-mouthed, cigar-chomping hell-spawn affectionately known as Big Red (and neither have we), the actor is now clarifying that making the movie is his, director Guillermo del Toro’s and the studio’s responsibility – not the fans’.
Speaking with Digital Spy, the star admitted to being “very, very surprised” by the huge fan reaction to his tweets, which included the following call to arms: “Anybody out there wanna see #HellboyIII as much as I do? Let’s get this muthafucka trending, y’all!” When Hellboy‘s loyal legion of followers indeed got that muthafucka trending, Perlman was rather gobsmacked. “I just sent it out like I »
- Isaac Feldberg
Welcome back to our feature on the fifty best films you've never seen. We're over the halfway stage and hopefully by now you've found a few recommendations that suit your tastes. We'll get straight back into the list, and be sure to join us tomorrow for the final 10!! 31 - Garden State Synopsis: A young man returns home to his estranged family for his mother’s funeral and ends up on a journey of self discovery, love and redemption along the way Why you need to see it: Written, directed and starring Zach Braff, this movie was really a labour of love for him, and it shines through how personal a film it is. The story is anchored by some great chemistry between Braff and Natalie Portman, the soundtrack is spectacular and the quirky humour of the plot has the feel of a Wes Anderson feature. Not to everyone’s tastes »
- email@example.com (Dave Higgins)
Zach Braff's new best friend, Kit Harington, kept his mouth shut about a big Game of Thrones twist. You know what we're talking about it. Braff, who went to meet up with his pal Ed Sheeran and ended up hanging with the singer and the Game of Thrones star. "I cornered him at the bar," Braff told E! News' Ken Baker at E3 where he was promoting Destiny. "And we talked for a long time about all my questions. He didn't even tell me! He was a very, very good soldier for HBO. This was like a week before some...major things happened." The "major things" that happened? Well, you probably already know if you clicked to read this story. But If Not, Spoilers. Seriously, guys. »
When it comes to voicing animated and stop-motion characters, who better to turn to than Hollywood’s A-list? With distinctive voices and acting styles a popular celeb can lend their vocal chops to give life to an animated being. Animators can use visual cues from the actors behind-the-scenes to add some personality, movement and facial expressions into their animated forms and let their on-screen personalities shine through. That CGI flying monkey in Oz: The Great and Powerful? That’s definitely a monkey version of Zach Braff. And there's no separating Robin Williams from the iconic Genie in Aladdin.
This week finds the who's who of comedy voicing the emotions inside a pre-teen girl's head in Inside Out. Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader and Phyllis Smith provide the voice talent for the emotions themselves, with Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan voicing the parents. Pixar has long been known »
- Rachel West and Amanda Wood
UK film arm of European distributor withdraws from theatrical.
Two years after entering the competitive UK distribution space with an ambition to theatrically release 25 films per year, the UK film arm of European distributor Koch Media is to withdraw from theatrical.
Koch Media UK will instead focus on home entertainment releasing and look to consolidate its mainstay of video game distribution.
The transition will see some staff leave the company and others move across to the home entertainment department.
As part of the restructure, Koch UK will relocate its film distribution team to new company headquarters in Reading, where they will be joined by employees from the company’s Hampshire branch, which concentrates on video games.
Koch Media MD for Northern Europe Craig McNicol explained the strategy to ScreenDaily: “Our observation of the UK theatrical market has been that over the last couple of years there has clearly been a paradigm shift.
“We have determined »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Wiseman)
What's better than playing "What if?" castings with nostalgic '90s classics? Vanity Fair provides the fodder for our collective imagination in this oral history of Clueless, where writer and director Amy Heckerling, Fox casting director Carrie Frazier, and the rest of the cast discuss the casting process, which could have led to some mind-blowing combinations. Heckerling had her heart set on Alicia Silverstone, but Fox wanted her to consider other options, like Reese Witherspoon, Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, or Keri Russell. For the part of Josh, Cher's stepbrother-lover, they looked at Ben Affleck and Zach Braff before settling on Paul Rudd. For the part of Murray (played by Donald Faison), they looked at Terrence Howard (!) and Dave Chappelle (!!). You may imagine an alternate timeline where Dave Chappelle went on to star on Scrubs.Cher: At the behest of the studio, Heckerling considered the following women for the role that »
- E. Alex Jung
"Clueless" was one of the defining movies of the '90s -- and now, 20 years later, Vanity Fair has revealed some major casting secrets! While director Amy Heckerling says she "had her heart set on Alicia Silverstone" from the beginning, she explains that Fox wanted her to explore other options for Cher. "I saw Alicia Witt, the redheaded [actress]. And who else? Tiffani Thiessen. The one that -- she was in that show and she cut her hair and everybody was mad? Keri Russell, yes," she tells the mag. "Then they go, 'You’ve got to see the girl in [Flesh and Bone].' I never got to see her. I guess she was off on other things. That turned out to be Gwyneth Paltrow." Even Angelina Jolie was initially considered for the lead role! "She was too knowing for what was needed for Clueless," Fox casting director Carrie Frazier reveals. "Angelina never came in [to audition] for the project. »
- tooFab Staff
Miley Cyrus, of all people, probably said it best: "Fuck yeah Ireland!" After a nationwide vote yesterday, the country became the first in the world to legalize gay marriage by popular mandate. Voters turned out in droves and the referendum passed with overwhelming support. At the very least, it's made Colin Farrell a really happy Irishman: "Today Ireland has opened up her heart in a way that the whole world will feel. How we have changed our fortune in 24 hours, how we have lit the way, how we have guaranteed a brighter and more loving future for all who call this beautiful land home. Bravo citizens of Ireland." And from J.K. Rowling to Zach Braff, many celebrities took to Twitter to celebrate Ireland's big day: »
- Greg Cwik
The Vampire Diaries' sixth season finale airs on Thursday, and that means only one episode left with star Nina Dobrev. She stopped by Conan to chat about the series and to show off her impressive flexibility. Though she doesn't get into details about the finale (we have pictures!), she does talk about filming sex scenes with her mom on the set and how awkward vampire fangs actually are. She even puts on her fangs - well, Katherine's fangs. Take a look at the video below to see her pique Zach Braff's interest with some sexy stories. And here she is teaching Conan O'Brien to make a vampire face. »
Stars: Stephen Tyron Williams, Zaraah Abrahams, Rami Malek, Elvis Nolasco, Thomas Jefferson Byrd, Joie Lee, Felicia Pearson, Jeni Perillo, Katherine Borowitz, Donna Dixon, Chiz Schultz, Lauren Macklin, Steven Hauck, Stephen Henderson, Rafael Osorio | Written and Directed by Spike Lee
The respected filmmaker hitting Kickstarter for help phenomenon seems to have died down over the last year or so but along with Zach Braff, Spike Lee was certainly one of the highlights of this short-lived trend. Shaking the virtual tip jar towards a great many people, myself included, he managed to get together a budget of just under $1.5 million, including a $10,000 donation from Steven Soderbergh and so presents us with Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, a somewhat surprise remake of 70’s indie flick Ganja & Hess. Even with my meagre donation, I think it was $10, it’s sad to say that I feel ripped off and I suspect most will.
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- Ian Loring
Normally I get annoyed by these piecemeal renewals that force an endless string of tiny stories, but this is a good one. NBC has renewed "Undateable" for a third season, successfully avoiding the ignominy of clearing out its entire comedy slate. But much more interesting than the mere renewal for the comedy is the confirmation that "Undateable" will go live for all episodes next season. Unless somebody wants to remind me of an alternative, "Undateable" will be the first scripted show to go live on a regular basis for a full season since "Roc" did it back in 1992. Much of the appeal of "Undateable" was always based on liveness. Before the first season premiered, executive producer Bill Lawrence and much of his stand-up-heavy cast went on the road for a live promotional tour. That tour was at least somewhat responsible for a solid debut last summer and a strong enough »
- Daniel Fienberg
Those Scrubs kids are always having reunions - I mean, Zach Braff and Donald Faison are well-documented BFFs, but it's even more fun when they get another cast member involved. Late last year it was John C. McGinley, and this week Braff shared this snap with Faison and Neil Flynn, aka the Janitor. "Reunited" is the simple caption, and just after on Facebook, Braff implied they'd be sharing more, particularly "nudes." Um, Ok? »
Here's something you don't hear every day: Zach Braff filmed Ed Sheeran singing Britney Spears's hit ". . . Baby One More Time" with Victoria Justice and singer Bridgit Mendler. That's right, they had a party, and you weren't invited - how rude! On the upside, you do get to hear a snippet of the cover, which is, of course, fantastic. Watch the video below, and make sure to tune in until the end to see Braff pop up. Okay so this absolutely amazing - Zach Braff filming Victoria Justice singing Britney Spears with Ed Sheeran & Bridgit Mendler.... #imsstillinshock Posted by Victoria Justice Street Team on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 »
With a guest list that included Ed Sheeran, Scrubbers Zach Braff and Donald Faison, Kate Walsh, Dr. Drew Pinsky and Minnie Driver, it was ultimately all about the waxing on the live telecasts of Undateable (1.3/4) last night. The 9 Pm 1-hour episode, which did an East Coast live run and a West Coast live run, had May sweeps gimmick written all over it. While it got some traction on Twitter, Undateable was basically steady with the season low of last week's 30-minute… »
(Spoiler alert: Please don’t read if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s “Undateable” Live) NBC’s “Undateable” made the daring move on Tuesday of airing not one but two live telecasts for both the east and the west coasts. While it sounded risky for the sophomore Chris D’elia sitcom starring fellow standup comics Brent Morin, Rick Glassman and Ron Funches, the show pulled it off in fine form with the help of guest stars Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Christa Miller, Kate Walsh, Victoria Justice, Minnie Driver, Dr. Drew Pinskey and a surprise performance from Ed Sheeran. »
- Debbie Emery
NBC’s Undateable went live Tuesday night with the help of a few friends.
The Bill Lawrence-produced sitcom welcomed cast members from his previous shows Scrubs and Cougar Town — including Zach Braff, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn and Christa Miller — as well Nickelodeon starlet Victoria Justice, Scandal‘s Scott Foley, About a Boy‘s Minnie Driver, Loveline hosts Drew Pinksey and Mike Catherwood and, oh yeah, Grammy award nominated song-and-guitarman Ed Sheeran, whom Justin kicked out of his bar.
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Shonda Rhimes‘ sphere of influence now extends to basic cable.
The Grey’s Anatomy/Scandal/How to Get Away With Murder producer is teaming with writer/director Dee Rees (Pariah) and FX to develop a limited series of The Warmth of Other Suns, per The Hollywood Reporter.
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Based on Isabel Wilkerson’s 2010 historical study, The Warmth of Other Suns chronicles the migration of black citizens who fled the South from 1915 to 1970, told through the eyes of three denizens.
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