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It's been a long time since viewers have gotten a new dose of The Good Wife, the critically acclaimed CBS drama. Thankfully, the great Alicia Florrick drought of 2014 is over on Sunday, March 9. But before we dive back into the world of Florrick/Agos and Lockhart/Gardner, how about a little refresher? When we last saw our favorite attorneys, they were still battling each other after Alicia (Julianna Margulies) and Cary Agos (Matt Czuchry) broke off from Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and Will Gardner's (Josh Charles) firm. Diane's reaction to the split cost her a Supreme Court position from new Illinois Governor Peter Florrick (Chris Noth). But a spurned Diane is the least of Peter's »
New York – Peter Sarsgaard and Chris Noth will test their classical theater chops, taking on the lead roles in, respectively, William Shakespeare's Hamlet and Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus. The productions are part of the 2014-15 season lineup of off-Broadway's Classic Stage Company, which gets underway in the fall with a revival of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's rarely produced 1947 musical, Allegro, directed by John Doyle. Sarsgaard, who previously has appeared at Csc opposite his wife, Maggie Gyllenhaal, in Chekhov's Uncle Vanya and Three Sisters, returns as the depressive Danish prince in a January production of Hamlet, for
- David Rooney
Chris Noth is the main bridge between the Law & Order and Good Wife universes, but he is not alone: Many guest stars overlap between the two shows (and more if we include Svu), and now there's one more person to add to the list. Jill Hennessy, never more glorious than as Ada Claire Kincaid on Og Law & Order from 1993 through '96, is heading to The Good Wife, CBS announced. She'll play a "power lawyer" in the March 16 episode that also includes Bill de Blasio playing himself. Your move, Sam Waterston. »
- Margaret Lyons
--Olivia Munn chatting with a glowing Kerry Washington backstage at the Costume Designers Guild Awards presented by Lacoste in Beverly Hills. --Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts having a heart to heart conversation to the tunes of celebrity DJ Mad Marj at The Bvlgari Decades of Glamour party at Soho House in L.A. --Chris Noth picking up some Blood Orange Soft Serve Fruit with his wife and kids at Chloe's Soft Serve in NYC. --Kings of Leon unwinding with friends after their Verizon Center concert at Dupont hotspot Kabin in [...] »
Can you believe it's been 10 years since "Sex and the City" went off the air?!Feels like just yesterday we were watching our favorite New York ladies lose love, find love and rock some amazing looks. Since taking over HBO in the '90s, the romantic series has continued to live on. Now two movies later, Carrie's married Mr. Big, Charlotte and Miranda both have adorable families and Samantha is still as fabulous as ever. But "Sex and the City" may not be completely over! Executive producer Michael King tells EW that he feels like there's still one story left to tell. "Sarah Jessica [Parker] and I both know what that final chapter is. That doesn’t mean it will or should be told, but I do think there’s one story left," he tells the site. "Whether it ever happens is a whole other situation. But there’s four girls, »
- tooFab Staff
*Updated with new release date* We recently brought you news that Entertainment One will release all 72 episodes of Monsters on DVD. It has now been officially announced and we have all the details, along with a look at the cover art:
Press Release- “Leave the lights on! The fan-favorite syndicated horror anthology series from executive producer Richard P. Rubinstein (Tales from the Darkside, Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, Frank Herbert’s Dune, Children of Dune) that ran for three heart-stopping seasons on the Sci-Fi Channel (now Syfy) in the 1990s makes its chilling DVD debut on March 18!
Across 72 episodes of this 9-disc collectors’ set, Emmy® and Academy Award®-winning make-up effects artist Dick Smith (The Exorcist, The Godfather, Amadeus) brings to life the monsters that nightmares are made of – from the gruesome and grotesque to mutations beyond your wildest dreams, Monsters’ horrifying creatures haunt each of the modern-day fables of »
- Jonathan James
Apologies, but due to supernatural circumstances beyond our grasp or comprehension, the street date for "Monsters: The Complete Series" will be slithering to March 18 (from the previously announced March 4). Please plan out your carnage accordingly.
From the Press Release
Leave the lights on! The fan-favorite syndicated horror anthology series from executive producer Richard P. Rubinstein ("Tales from the Darkside," Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, Frank Herbert's Dune, Children of Dune) that ran for three heart-stopping seasons on the Sci-Fi Channel (now Syfy) in the 1990s makes its chilling DVD debut on March 18!
Across 72 episodes of this 9-disc collectors' set, Emmy® and Academy Award®-winning make-up effects artist Dick Smith (The Exorcist, The Godfather, Amadeus) brings to life the monsters that nightmares are made of - from the gruesome and grotesque to mutations beyond your wildest dreams, Monsters' horrifying creatures haunt each of the modern-day fables of fear and stories of »
- Uncle Creepy
Michele Savoia, a fashion designer who was did the costumes for a number of Broadway hits, was found dead in the Hudson River on Sunday. He was 55.
Michele Savoia Found Dead
Savoia, who was last seen at Marquee Nightclub in the early hours of Thursday morning, is believed to have slipped into the freezing waters off Chelsea Piers while trying to board his boat, according to police. An official cause of death has yet to be determined.
“It’s icy, snowy and windy. And the water was really, really rough,” Savoia’s surviving girlfriend Juliane Berg told the New York Daily News of the conditions near the designer’s yacht. Berg, who knew something was wrong when Savoia stood her up for Valentine’s Day, added, “He seemed so invincible. It shouldn’t have ended like this for him. It is so tragic.”
Though Savoia was not a major name in the fashion world, »
A designer who did costumes for such Broadway shows as Swing, Promises, Promises and Evita died after he apparently fell into the Hudson River while trying to board his boat in Manhattan, police say. The New York City medical examiner's office said Monday that more tests are needed to pinpoint the cause of 55-year-old Michele Savoia's death. Police divers recovered his body in the icy waters off Chelsea Piers on Sunday afternoon. He was last seen leaving the Marquee nightclub around 4 a.m. Thursday. The New York Times reports that Savoia - though not widely known in the fashion world »
- Associated Press
Valentine's Day fashion should be so much more than red negligees. Sure, romance can be sparked by an outfit, but romance can flourish in spite of it.
When couples are together for a while, their fashion, like other facets of their lives, melds. They don't need to dress alike, but their styles mesh, as these characters who are very much in love prove.
Homer and Marge Simpson, "The Simpsons," Fox
Scoff if you must, since they're cartoon characters, though oddly real to millions. They almost always wear the same outfits: Homer a short-sleeved white shirt and blue pants, Marge a strapless green dress and pearls. Admittedly, the strapless dress is an odd choice for running to the market and school pickups, though its midcalf length and flat shoes offset its usual sexiness. And if Marge can love Homer in - bleach our memories now -- tighty whities, who are we to argue? »
There's a new State's Attorney in town on The Good Wife and he'll be played by none other than John Leguizamo, E! News can exclusively reveal. Leguizamo will play the Cook County State's Attorney who took over the role from Peter Florrick (Chris Noth) when he became governor. He's described as a well-liked leader, the son of blue-collar activist parents. He's intent on making the State's Attorney's office fair for everybody. Fairness is the name of the game when it comes to his character; it's like his religion. Wonder if that will have an impact on Peter and the voting scandal that's about to come to a boil? Leguizamo is currently booked for one episode to air in the »
Leave the lights on! The fan-favorite syndicated horror anthology series from executive producer Richard P. Rubinstein (Tales from the Darkside, Dawn Of The Dead, Creepshow, Frank Herbert's Dune) that ran for three heart-stopping seasons on the Sci-Fi Channel (now Syfy) in the 1990s makes its chilling DVD with Monsters: The Complete Series debut on March 4!
Across 72 episodes of this 9-disc collectors' set, Emmy and Academy Award-winning make-up effects artist Dick Smith (The Exorcist, The Godfather, Amadeus) brings to life the monsters that nightmares are made of - from the gruesome and grotesque to mutations beyond your wildest dreams, Monsters' horrifying creatures haunt each of the modern-day fables of fear and stories of unearthly terror that comprise the suspenseful cult-classic series. Monsters features adaptations by horror masters Stephen King and Robert Bloch and includes an enviable cast of guest stars, including Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire), Lili Taylor (The Conjuring), Chris Noth »
The 1988 series "Monsters" played opposite "Tales from the Darkside" in syndication for many years and, as reported earlier, is on its way to DVD from eOne. Read on for the artwork and all the details you need to help get your creature on!
From the Press Release
Leave the lights on! The fan-favorite syndicated horror anthology series from executive producer Richard P. Rubinstein ("Tales from the Darkside," Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow, Frank Herbert's Dune, Children of Dune) that ran for three heart-stopping seasons on the Sci-Fi Channel (now Syfy) in the 1990s makes its chilling DVD debut on March 4!
Across 72 episodes of this 9-disc collectors' set, Emmy® and Academy Award®-winning make-up effects artist Dick Smith (The Exorcist, The Godfather, Amadeus) brings to life the monsters that nightmares are made of - from the gruesome and grotesque to mutations beyond your wildest dreams, Monsters' horrifying creatures haunt each of »
- Uncle Creepy
Melissa George is a mommy! The Australian-born actress and her French businessman boyfriend, Jean-David Blanc, welcomed their first child together on Monday. George tweeted the happy news: "Welcome To The World! Our Beautiful Son Raphaël Blanc just born at the American Hospital of Paris. There Are No Words To Describe The Love." But happily, there are cap locks. The proud parents have been dating for close to two years, since meeting at a BAFTA after-party in 2012. George has most recently been on the small screen playing Chris Noth's comely pregnant ethics expert on The Good Wife. Blanc is founder of the French cinema information »
TV reunions rarely go smoothly - for every smooth Firefly to Serenity transition, there's a Seinfeld Super Bowl ad, with Jerry and George's attempts to recreate their repartee feeling like a pale imitation of the great '90s sitcom.
Recapturing old magic is a tricky business - some would say it's nigh-on impossible - and these few examples of ill-advised television comebacks would seem to suggest that the critics might be right.
Only Fools and Horses
BBC One's wildly popular sitcom got the perfect ending first time round - the Trotters won a fortune in 1996's 'Time On Our Hands' and finally got the flash lifestyle they'd always dreamed of, but Del Boy (David Jason) just couldn't tame his wheeler dealer spirit and promised to turn their millions into billions…
What a shame that the whole thing was spoilt five years later - robbed of most of their cash, Del »
Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer topliner “Elsa and Fred,” a remake of the 2008 Argentinian/Spanish hit, will open the 31st annual Miami Intl. Film Festival, a ten day event that this year will also screen the world premiere of Raymond De Felitta’s “Rob the Mob” and hand a career achievement award to John Turturro.
Michael Radford’s “Elsa and Fred,” about two people who find love late in life, features MacLaine and Plummer as the titular lovers as well as Marcia Gay Harden, George Segal, Chris Noth, James Brolin and Wendell Pierce, among others.
“Rob the Mob” (pictured) is the latest team-up for writer-helmer De Felitta and star Andy Garcia, the duo who last collaborated on indie hit “City Island.” Michael Pitt, Nina Arianda, Ray Romano, Burt Young and Griffin Dunne also are in the cast.
Turturro scores the career tribute for work as an actor that includes “Barton Fink” and “O Brother, »
- Gordon Cox
Want to make sure you don't miss anything great on the telly in the next seven days? Never fear, because Tube Talk has done all the hard work for you and smushed all of this week's must-see TV into one snappy rundown. Check out what you should be checking out below...
Looking: Monday (January 27) at 10.35pm on Sky Atlantic
A show that'll subvert expectations, Looking is a more subdued look at gay life than we've seen before, but it is still emotive and charming, thanks to the warmth of central actors Jonathan Groff, Frankie J Alvarez and Murray Bartlett as a trio of San Francisco guys who like guys.
Glee star Groff takes the lead in this first episode as Patrick, who endures a series of hideous dates after taking his search for love online - been there! Meanwhile, Patrick's pal Agustin (Alvarez) starts to question monogamy and middle-aged »
The 59-year-old, who essayed Mr. Big in the movie and was paired with Sarah Jessica Parker, feels that this just a rumour, reports contactmusic.com.
"I don't know anything about it. I haven't heard a thing about it," Noth told Bang Showbiz.
"I suppose. Really, it's doubtful (it'll happen). For some reason that particular rumour likes to pop up a lot. They say that every year, so I don't think about it too much. Maybe it'll happen," he added.
The original "Sex And The City" movie came in 2008, while. »
- Diksha Singh
The Good Wife's Alicia Florrick has been through quite a lot.
The close gubernatorial election. Her ugly exit from Lockhart/Gardner. But just when it seemed the worst was behind Alicia (Julianna Margulies), an incriminating video surfaced suggesting that Peter (Chris Noth) had rigged the election.
"We wanted to be true to the idea of the relationship and what started at the beginning of the series, which was this incredible betrayal," executive producer and co-creator Michelle King tells TVGuide.com. "Then, yes, they came together, but even when there's a ...
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- Kate Stanhope
EW is inside all the Golden Globes parties tonight. Check out our reports from inside all the carousing and celebrating. Check back often for updates and follow us on Twitter at #EWglobes.
.@JaredLeto on winning for #DallasBuyersClub: “I was surprised! I didn't think I was going to get it!” #EWGlobes http://t.co/lsSPZgaS3m— Pamela Gocobachi (@pamelagocobachi) January 13, 2014
Spotted: Blue Jasmine supporting actress nominee Sally Hawkins chatting with fellow Woody Allen alum Mariel Hemingway. Also working the room were the entire Girls cast. Zosia Mamet posed with boyfriend Evan Jonigkeit, who will appear in this summer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past. »
- Sean Smith
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