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Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison have reunited for a festive duet of 'Baby, It's Cold Outside'. The pair, who played best friends John 'J.D.' Dorian and Chris Turk in the medical sitcom, unveiled their cover of the classic track on Christmas Day. The video appears to have been filmed during their ongoing trip to Hawaii and is the sole upload to their newly-created YouTube account 'zachndonald'. Earlier this year, Braff admitted to missing the camaraderie he shared with (more) »
- By Daniel Sperling
Zach Braff and his girlfriend, Taylor Bagley, joined Donald Faison and fiancée CaCee Cobb for a walk on the beach in Hawaii on Sunday. The Scrubs costars remain close friends and brought their lovely ladies along for the tropical holiday double date. Before heading to the island, Donald and Zach recorded a hilarious version of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" set on a gorgeous sunny La day, which CaCee shared on Twitter on Christmas day. It was a romance-filled 2011 for longtime loves CaCee and Donald - the two announced their engagement in August and are capping off the year with this sweet getaway alongside some of their closest companions. View Slideshow › »
- Molly Goodson
Here's a belated Christmas gift for you (particularly if you're a Scrubs fan); Zach Braff and Donald Faison, who played BFFs on the series, reunited for a holiday duet of "Baby It's Cold Outside." And that's not all! They also made their own swanky music video beside an infinity pool. Watch their hilarious take on the song, even if it doesn't seem to be cold at all in La. »
- Becky Kirsch
Christmas might be over, but that doesn’t mean the holiday spirit is gone just yet! If you want to keep the Christmas magic just a little longer, you might want to take a look at this awesome video. Perhaps, if you were a fan of the show “Scrubs,” you loved the bromance between Donald Faison and Zach Braff’s characters, Turk and J.D. You might even miss it now that the show’s done. Well, the duo are back together in a viral video just in time for the holiday season. In the vein of The Lonely Island spoof videos, Braff and Faison sing the classic Christmas tune “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” »
Former "Scrubs" stars Zach Braff and Donald Faison -- who played inseparable man friends J.D. and Turk on the show -- hung out in real-life yesterday during a totally platonic trip to Hawaii."There's nothing gay about it, in our eyes." -- J.D and Turk Read more »
- TMZ Staff
The actors -- who happen to be as close as their former medical on-screen counterparts J.D. and Turk in real life -- uploaded a video on their new YouTube account, zachndonald, of a "Baby, It's Cold Outside" duet.
Clad in suits, ties, and shades, Braff and Faison crooned the Christmas classic with Los Angeles behind them, an infinity pool beside them, and a couple of very Charlie Brown-esque Christmas trees on their makeshift set, bringing the holiday message home.
The deeply bromanced funnymen took the opportunity to alter and personalize some of the lyrics to better suit them, like "For real dog, your lips look delicious" and "Say, lend me your afro comb ... It's a f*****' brush!"
Faison is currently starring on TV Land's "The Exes" and Braff will be appearing on ABC's "Cougar Town. »
- Jaimie Etkin
Shortly after filming on director Sam Raimi‘s forthcoming Walt Disney Pictures movie Oz: The Great and Powerful began, we brought you the news when actor Bruce Campbell stated on Twitter that he would be joining the likes of James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Joey King and Zach Braff on the cast.
Just a couple of months after that, much to the dismay of his fans (myself included) Campbell stated on Twitter,
“News: my scene in Oz has been cut before shooting. It happens on epic flicks. Disappointed, but all good w/Sam. On to the next adventure!”
According to TheShiznit, who recently spoke with Campbell about the scene he did end up shooting, so it seems he may be appearing in the film after all.
“The scene that I shot was a page [of the script] and it took all day. It was great to see the scope of »
- Jason Moore
Director Sam Raimi and actor Bruce Campbell knew each other since the beginnings of their film careers. So were there any doubts that Raimi would not include his friend Campbell in “Oz: The Great and Powerful?” Back in November, Campbell admitted his cameo scene was cut. In Campbell’s Twitter account, he wrote, “News: my scene in Oz has been cut before shooting. It happens on epic flicks. Disappointed, but all good w/Sam. On to the next adventure! Now Cambell told The Shiznit that his scene is restored and it plays an important part of the upcoming Wizard of Oz prequel. “The scene that I shot was a page [of the script] and it took all day. It was great to see the scope of Oz and to see the detail, and the craftsmanship and professionalism and the incredible stuff that they’re doing visually in every other way,” he said. “I play a pivotal role. »
Back in August, we reported that actor Bruce Campbell joined the cast of Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful in a small but "pivotal" role. However, the actor revealed last month that his scene was cut before it was shot. The latest twist is that, somehow, the actor actually did shoot this scene. Here's what he had to say about his role in Oz: The Great and Powerful.
"The scene that I shot was a page [of the script] and it took all day. It was great to see the scope of Oz and to see the detail, and the craftsmanship and the professionalism and the incredible stuff that they're doing visually in every other way. I play a pivotal role. It involves me and Oz - that's James Franco - and let's just say that we have a confrontation. It was a very fun role to do actually."
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MTV has officially announced the return of "Punk'd," but one mystery remains: Who is at the helm of the prank series?
"Punk'd" was originally hosted by Ashton Kutcher, and the "Two and a Half Men" star will return to the franchise as an executive producer. MTV will give viewers a sneak peek at the new series during its New Year's Eve programming block hosted by Demi Lovato and "Teen Wolf" star Tyler Posey. MTV's year-end celebration will include performances by Lovato, Selena Gomez, J Cole, Jason Derulo, and Mac Miller.
The original "Punk'd" helped launch the careers of Dax Shephard and B.J. Novak. Kutcher deployed a group of actors, including Novak and Shephard, to prank his celebrity friends. Memorable pranks include Justin Timberlake, Zach Braff and Brandy. Premiering in 2003, the original series lasted eight seasons, wrapping up its run in 2007.
News of the "Punk'd" revival first broke in August with »
- Chris Harnick
Zach Braff, best known for leading the beloved TV show Scrubs, is a man of many talents, and if you’ve seen his first feature film, Garden State, then you’ll already know that the man can both write and direct as well. (If you’ve not, I recommend you treat yourself to an early Christmas present, because it’s a brilliant film.)
Since the end of Scrubs last year, Braff has returned to theatre, starring in Trust last year off-Broadway in the States under the direction of Peter DuBois. And this year, he’s seen All New People, his own play, put on the stage in New York too.
With thanks to Deadline for the tip-off, Braff will be bringing All New People to the UK next year, and not only that, but he’ll be starring in the leading role too. The play, which his Trust director DuBois is directing, »
- Kenji Lloyd
The actor wrote and starred in the show when it was staged at New York's Second Stage Theatre earlier this year, and now Braff will tread the boards at the Duke of York's Theatre for a 10-week run from February.
In the play, Braff's character's 35th birthday plans are wrecked by three misfits who unexpectedly show up at his beach house.
It will run at England's Manchester Opera House and the King's Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland prior to its London run.
The actor announced the news by posting a link to a Deadline.com article about the play on his Twitter.com page alongside the words, "'All New People' coming to London, Manchester and Glasgow." He then confirmed he would be starring in the show for the full 10-week run. »
Zach Braff will make his British theatre debut next year with his play All New People. The Scrubs actor wrote and starred in the stage play at New York's Second Stage Theatre earlier this year, and he will now bring the production to the UK. The play will open at London's Duke of York's Theatre on February 22, 2012 for a ten-week run. Before that, it will run at the Manchester Opera House on February 8-11, and King's Theatre, Glasgow on February 14-18. Directed by Peter Dubois, the play centres around (more) »
- By Tom Eames
Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, announced nominations for the 2012 Film Independent Spirit Awards this morning. Anthony Mackie and Kate Beckinsale served as presenters. Nominees for Best Feature include 50/50, Beginners, Drive, Take Shelter, The Artist and The Descendants.
“The Film Independent Spirit Awards recognize the finest artistic achievements across the broad spectrum of independent filmmaking.from emerging talent working on a shoestring budget to established auteurs,” said Film Independent Senior Director Sean Mc Manus. “The 2012 nominees tell their stories in such an authentic way and reflect the inclusive nature of the independent filmmaking community. We are delighted to support them and expand the audience for their work.”
2012 Film Independent Spirit Award Nominations
Best Feature (Award given to the Producer, »
- Michelle McCue
All New People, written by and starring the Scrubs actor, to run at Duke of York's theatre next year
All New People, which had an Off-Broadway run at the Second Stage theatre in July, will open at the Duke of York's theatre on 22 February 2012, following runs at the Glasgow Kings theatre and Manchester Opera House. Beatles biopic Backbeat, which had been booking until 24 March at the West End theatre, will make way for the show.
Braff didn't appear in the New York run, but will take the role of Charlie, a heartbroken 35-year-old attempting suicide in a summer house in Jersey Shore. He's foiled by an influx of characters, including a hired beauty, a fireman and an eccentric British real estate agent, that turn up at the beach house. »
- Matt Trueman
According to an official release, the comedy will open at the Duke of York’s Theatre on 22 February 2012. Before arriving in London for a strictly limited 10-week run, audiences in Manchester and Glasgow will get the chance to enjoy the play when it is staged at the Manchester Opera House, between 8 – 11 February and the King’s Theatre, Glasgow, between 14 – 18 February.
This angst-fuelled comedy saw New York’s Second Stage Theatre packed out nightly and received rave reviews from Us critics, with its present day dilemmas and take on four very different characters way of life.
In the dead of winter, at his wealthy friends’ luxury Long Beach Island apartment, Charlie (Zach Braff) has hit rock bottom on his 35th birthday. Away from the rest of the world, »
- Paul Heath
Maybe you enjoy watching filmstars do their stuff, but sometimes wish the surroundings were less distracting. Or perhaps you can't afford a 3D, but would like the same effect for less. Well, theatre might be the solution! And with that in mind, here's an exclusive look at the poster for the Zach Braff written-and-starring All New People. Which is a play, not a film.The Garden State director and Scrubs star already brought the play to Broadway, then starring The Hangover's Justin Bartha, but now he's coming to London and taking the lead role himself. We're told that the play concerns a 35 year-old who wants to spend time along in his parents' luxury apartment, but finds his plans to mope in peace interrupted by a succession of interlopers.The play opens at the Duke of York theatre in London on February 22 next year. So if you fancy being a »
Exclusive: Zach Braff, whose play All New People premiered last summer at The Second Stage Theatre in New York, is bringing the comedy for a 10-week run at London’s Duke of York Theatre starting February 22. This time, Braff will star in his play, making his UK stage debut in a production directed by Peter Dubois. Braff didn’t appear in the New York run of the angst-filled comedy. In the UK performances, he’ll play Charlie, a guy who hits rock bottom on his 35th birthday and wants to be alone at his wealthy friends’ luxury Long Beach Island apartment. His escape is interrupted by a parade of misfits who turn his trip upside down. Before it hits London, All New People will play the Manchester Opera House February 8-11 and the King’s Theatre in Glasgow on February 14-18. Braff is currently shooting the Sam Raimi-directed Oz: The Great And Powerful, »
- MIKE FLEMING
There’s a particular joy that comes from an excellent soundtrack accompanying an excellent movie. When the music matches the moment, from The Full Monty to Pulp Fiction to Cool Runnings, we experience a moment of aesthetic contentment.
But what about when the soundtrack is infinitely superior to the film? Buying soundtracks is often a great musical choice, because you get songs from a variety of artists – but what if the film they accompany was mediocre? Or worse still, one you’d never consider (or admit to) watching in a million years?
Here are a few that deserve to be placed in brown paper covers, or filed in itunes under a different name:
The ok-movie-Kickass soundtracks:
- Karen Jeynes
Though Michelle Williams got her start on a show geared towards teenagers, she's built her already-illustrious career with serious roles that largely been far from family friendly.
To score her first Oscar nomination, Williams co-starred in the gritty, high-profile closeted gay cowboy feature, "Brokeback Mountain." Then, a string of dramas, such as "The Hottest State," "Incendiary," "Deception," "Wendy and Lucy," and "Synecdoche, New York," all of which earned R ratings from the MPAA. The acclaimed work led to two of the biggest roles of her life, in "Blue Valentine" and "My Week With Marilyn," but also, a bit of a parental dilemma: with daughter Matilda walking, talking and out of the nursery, it was a bit difficult for Williams to bring her to work.
So, as the two time Oscar nominee told the Los Angeles Times earlier this week, getting cast as Glinda the Good Witch in "Oz: The Great and Powerful, »
- Jordan Zakarin
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