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The first footage for Grey's Anatomy's 11th season has arrived, and it sets up what showrunner Shonda Rhimes has called a "Meredith-centric season." In the new clip, Mer (Ellen Pompeo) tells hubby Derek (Patrick Dempsey) that she's not going to Washington and instead opting to remain in Seattle in what looks like a very tense confrontation. Meanwhile, April (Sarah Drew) tells Jackson (Jesse Williams) that it seems like Derek is "dying inside" as Mer, now leaning on Alex (Justin Chambers) after Cristina's (Sandra Oh) departure, ponders whether her marriage can survive what seems like a professional impasse with Derek. "It's really a Meredith-centric season. There's a
- Lesley Goldberg
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods Moms' Night Out (comedy; Sarah Drew, Sean Astin, Patricia Heaton; rated PG) Night Moves (thriller; Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning; rated R) For No Good Reason (documentary; Johnny Depp, Hunter S. Thompson, Ralph Steadman; rated R) Frank (comedy; Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal; premieres 9/5 on Mod and in theaters; rated R) God Help the Girl (drama; Emily Browning, Hannah Murray; premieres 9/5 on Mod and in...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
Allison Williams is getting her hat and green tights ready, as she’ll be playing Peter Pan in NBC’s upcoming Peter Pan Live. [EW] Kim’s ready for a second baby, but how does Kanye feel? [Hollywood Life] Andi Dorfman says she’s not inviting Juan Pablo Galavis to her wedding until he proposes to Nikki Ferrell. Aggressive much? [Us Weekly] Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson talk about the “sexual acrobatics” they got into for their Fifty Shades of Grey scenes. [E!] Zac Efron opens up about his stint in rehab. [Huffington Post] American Horror Story actress and overall badass Jessica Lange will receive the Santa Barbara Film Festival Kirk Douglas Award. [Hollywood Reporter] Grey’s Anatomy star Sarah Drew is expecting, just like her character. »
- Taylor Ferber
Sarah Drew is expecting her second child.
Related: Moms' Night Out Stars Talk Parenthood
the star is not just pregnant on screen.
This is not a fake belly with Dr. Jackson Avery’s child.
Sarah and her husband, Peter Lanfer are expecting their second child. The baby is due in December and will be a sibling to their son, Micah, 2. Sarah and Peter have been married since 2002.
In an interview with Guideposts, Sarah says that when she was expecting her first child in 2011, "My marriage was solid, I loved my job, but I was terrified, absolutely terrified, by the prospect of parenthood. What if I turned out to be an awful mom? It would be hard–if not impossible–to live up to the example set by my own »
Life is imitating art! Grey's Anatomy star Sarah Drew is pregnant, her rep confirms to E! News. Due in December, this will be the second child for the actress and her husband, Peter Lanfer, who are already parents to son Micah, 2. In the tenth season finale of Grey's Anatomy, her character, April Kepner, learned she is expecting her first child with Dr. Jackson Avery (Jesse Williams). Needless to say, Drew won't need to hide her bump! Drew even tweeted a picture of her new curves Tuesday, writing, "Nope. That's not a fake belly." The Moms' Night Out star also told People, "We can't wait to introduce Micah to his little brother or sister." In the spring of »
Sarah Drew is pregnant—again! The Grey's Anatomy actress and her husband, Peter Lanfer, are expecting their second child together, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. "Peter and I are delighted to announce our pregnancy," Drew, 33, tells Us in a statement. "We can't wait to introduce Micah to his little brother or sister." Drew—who is due in December—tied the knot with Lanfer in June 2002 and welcomed son Micah in January 2012. At the time, the star told Us how her Grey's Anatomy costars had helped her prep for [...] »
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Sept. 2, 2014
Price: DVD $26.99, Blu-ray $30.99
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Drew plays Allyson who plans a night out with fellow mother Patricia Heaton, as long as they husbands look after their kids.
Of course, all hell breaks loose.
Sean Astin (And They’re Off) and country music singer Trace Adkins also star in the PG film, which was directed by Andrew Erwin (God Provides) and Jon Erwin (October Baby) from a screenplay by Jon Erwin and Andrea Gyertson Nasfell (Escape).
Moms’ Night Out was a crowd pleaser for those who saw it in theater, except critics. According to Rotten Tomatoes, critics gave the movie a dismal 18% approval, but moviegoers approved to the tune of 87%.
The movie grossed only $10 million at the box office. »
The Atx Television Festival played host to an “Everwood” reunion on June 7, gathering creator Greg Berlanti, producer Jordan Levin, writer-producers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun, composer Blake Neely and cast members Gregory Smith, Stephanie Niznik, Tom Amandes, Vivien Cardone, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, John Beasley and Brenda Strong for a nostalgic Q&A. Fellow stars Emily VanCamp, Chris Pratt and Treat Williams were unable to make the panel, hosted at Austin’s State Theater, but VanCamp and Williams recorded video messages, while Pratt called in during the panel via FaceTime to thank fans for their support of the WB drama.
Although “Everwood” went off the air in 2006, the show was clearly still fresh in the minds of the cast and the assembled fans, and many tears were shed both on stage and in the audience as the actors recalled the four years they spent in Utah filming the series.
- Laura Prudom
This is what happens when you can't make it to a reunion.Neither Emily Vancamp or Chris Pratt could attend this weekend's big "Everwood" reunion at the Atx Television Fesitval, but that didn't stop the cast from talking about them behind their backs!Costars Gregory Smith, Tom Amandes, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, Stephanie Niznik, Vivien Cardone and John Beasley all got together in Austin on Saturday, along with show creator Greg Berlanti and writers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun -- see all the photos above!Photos: See the Atx Reunion for "Hey Dude" Too!Video: "Roswell" Cast Reunites Again!From shocking post-show transformations to hilarious tales of Pratt's hijinks on set, check out the 7 things you probably never knew about the beloved WB series.1.) Chris Pratt Screams Like a Little Girl A very adult Gregory Smith spoke about how he was surprised to see how international the series had become, »
- tooFab Staff
Most of the the cast, creator and writers of Everwood gathered at the Atx Television Festival on Saturday and we have three exclusive photos. The event was billed as the first-ever public reunion for 2002 drama series, which ran for four seasons on The WB (not counting last year’s informal gathering of a few actors at Emily Van Camp’s house). Scheduled to attend: Creator Greg Berlanti, writers David Hudgins and Rina Mimoun, and cast Gregory Smith, Tom Amandes, Sarah Drew, Debra Mooney, Stephanie Niznik, Vivien Cardone and John Beasley, plus composer Blake Neely (Van Camp sent a video, and »
- James Hibberd
Food fight! Top Chef is turning up the heat in the kitchen with its new spinoff series, Top Chef Duels, which is set to premiere on Wednesday, Aug. 6, Bravo announced on Wednesday. And the series is bringing in some pretty big names as special judges, who will sit alongside Curtis Stone, Gail Simmons, and chefs Wolfgang Puck and Hugh Acheson to critique the returning fan favorites' attempts at redemption. The Fault in Our Stars and Divergent star Shailene Woodley will stop by the kitchen (maybe she'll give the cheftestants a holistic challenge?!), as well as Grey's Anatomy stars Kevin McKidd, Sarah Drew, Camilla Luddington, James Pickens Jr. and Jerrika Hinton. Plus, Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Andy Samberg, »
A faith-friendly version of a girls-behaving-badly comedy, Moms’ Night Out is a weird mix of tired jokes, topicality, and crippling anxiety. If the concept of a moms’ night out is premised on the notion that mothers can never get away for fear their families will collapse in their absence, then this movie cruelly confirms that fear. No, the fathers really don’t have any idea what they’re doing. No, nobody out there besides you has any concern for the well-being and safety of your child. And besides, yes, you really are too incompetent to go out to a simple dinner with your friends. Just stick to what God put you on Earth to do and raise your kids.Okay, it’s not quite as mean-spirited and indignant as that. But judge the evidence for yourself. Our hero here is Allyson (Sarah Drew), a wannabe mommy blogger who introduces herself to us by presenting, »
- Bilge Ebiri
Chicago – Liberty is a concept expressed only in irony with “Moms’ Night Out,” a female-driven minivan comedy that instructs ultimately to listen to thy husband for it is Biblical, even if thy husband is a child himself. Like sad Mitt Romney and his chocolate milk, this PG-romp is a brief walk on the wild side from the rules that await at the end of the night.
Unfortunately, while taking out the substance abuse of a Judd Apatow or Todd Phillips arc, this shiny film exorcises the substance that comes with a freer perspective of the world. “Moms’ Night Out” diverges into a film that cannot offer its viewers freedom from the the evil spirits that make a world so toxic, as the film itself is so narrow-minded.
The intentions of “Moms’ Night Out” start out innocent enough, with a zippy beginning that provides false promise for focused filmmaking. Its »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
It looks like the doors of Seattle Grace will be staying open for awhile. ABC has renewed Grey's Anatomy for an 11th season.
Grey's Anatomy follows the personal and professional lives of the staff at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital in Washington. This season, the ensemble cast includes Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Patrick Dempsey, Sara Ramirez, Kevin McKidd, Jessica Capshaw, Sarah Drew, Jesse Williams, Camilla Luddington, Gaius Charles, Jerrika Hinton, and Tessa Ferrer.
Though the show's ratings are down year-to-year (by about 13% in the demo), Grey's is the network's third-highest rated scripted series. It currently averages a 2.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 8.54 million total viewers.
If the ratings hold up, Grey's could certainly see a 12th year. Ramirez, Pickens Jr., Wilson, and Chambers have all renewed their contracts for two more »
Moms’ Night Out
Running Time: 1 hr 35 mins
Release Date: May 9, 2014
Plot: A trio of moms (Drew, Heaton, White) attempt to restore order to a crazy night when a baby goes missing.
Who’S It For? People ready to be reminded that wholesome doesn’t necessarily mean nice.
Liberty is a concept expressed only in irony with Moms’ Night Out, a female-driven minivan comedy that instructs ultimately to listen to thy husband for it is Biblical, even if thy husband is a child himself. Like sad Mitt Romney and his chocolate milk, this PG-romp is a brief walk on the wild side from the rules that await at the end of the night. Unfortunately, while taking out the substance abuse of a Judd Apatow or Todd Phillips arc, this shiny film »
- Nick Allen
When Grey’s Anatomy opened on Thursday night, a few weeks had passed since Cristina (Sandra Oh) returned from Zurich and revealed she would be leaving Seattle in the near future. Before she leaves, she’s tasked with finding her replacement as Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey) determine their next step, Bailey (Chandra Wilson) deals with her daring medical decision and the residents all try to avoid being the one on the chopping block.
Grey's Anatomy Recap
Derek has been spending a lot of time in D.C., so Amy (Caterina Scorsone) has been staying on board to cover his surgeries and help Meredith out with the kids. While Derek has been away, Meredith has grown fond of Amy, so much so that she’s taking an interest in her personal life. When Meredith presses her about how things are going with her fiancé James, Amy tells her »
Perfect for Mother’s Day, the family comedy Mom’s Night Out tells the story of Allyson (Sarah Drew), a wife and mother who loves her family, but also longs for a peaceful, grown-up evening out with her friends. Leaving her husband (Sean Astin) to watch the kids for the evening suddenly turns into chaos, in a true celebration of the beautiful mess known as parenting. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Sean Astin talked about being a part of a good, clean comedy that families can see together, why movies with a component of faith are so appealing to audiences, that he loves physical comedy and hopes he gets to do more, and how such a chaotic story had a surprisingly un-chaotic set. He also talked about what attracted him to the upcoming FX series The Strain, adapted from Guillermo del Toro’s novel and premiering this summer, »
- Christina Radish
11:14 Am Pt -- We just received the following statement from Sean ... "I'm calling in to amend the record. I think that the greatest movie of all time, not just sports movie, but the number 1 cinematic experience of all time is 'Rudy.'"Sean also wants to make sure you go out and see his new movie "Moms' Night Out" starring Sarah Drew and Patricia Heaton ... which opens May 9th. "Rudy" is Not the »
- TMZ Staff
Movies about mothers, whether they are single or married, have been coming out in droves lately. It was only a few months ago that we saw Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club and now, just in time for Mother’s Day, we have the comedy Moms’ Night Out.
The film follows Allyson (Sarah Drew), who has just endured another energy draining week of caring for her children while her husband Sean (Sean Astin) is out of town yet again. In desperate need of a break, Allyson invites her two best friends, Izzy (Andrea Logan White) and the pastor’s wife Sondra (Patricia Heaton), to spend an evening with her where they can relax and let their hair down. What begins as a fun night out soon turns into a chaotic evening which involves a boatload of misunderstandings that will have moms and dads chasing after each other as they »
- Ben Kenber
Outrageously enough, the moral of Moms' Night Out seems to be that moms should never get a night out. This Mother's Day weekend release is pretty much a PG-rated The Hangover, but with an ill-fitting God angle that slowly wedges its way into the movie — an agenda that, in retrospect, explains the conspicuous lack of booze, drugs, and sex.
With three kids and a husband on the road, stay-at-home mom Allyson (Sarah Drew) is suffering from what can rightly be categorized as a Glamorous Female Crisis. (This occurs whenever we're told a character is teetering on the edge of sanity, yet we only ever see her with salon-coiffed hair, a toned bod, and not a circle to darken her under-eye.) So she lays it down for spouse Sean, as in "Sean Astin," who here is riding o »
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