8 items from 2010
If you've ever watched "Rules of Engagement," you've seen how actress Megyn Price, a married mom of one in real life, plays Audrey as the epitome of a bold type-a lady who rules the roost. Yet Price says Audrey is pretty far from who she is in real life. "Sometimes it's hard for me to love my character," says Price. "But I love her because she has no self-confidence issues whatsoever."
In the coming weeks on the show, Audrey will embark on a quest for motherhood -- and not without hitting a few speed bumps. Her character will face problems with infertility and surrogacy -- heavy issues for such a funny show. But Price says we'll likely be laughing along with her character's journey. "Somehow our writers -- a couple of whom had gone through fertility issues with their own wives -- managed to find all of the humor that was possible, »
Exclusive: Scott Cohen will co-star opposite Callie Thorne in the USA pilot Necessary Roughness. Meanwhile, Sara Rue has joined CBS' comedy series Rules of Engagement as a recurring, with Joan Collins tapped for a key guest spot on the CBS sitcom. Both Roughness and Rules are produced by Sony TV. Roughness centers on tough, sexy Long Island divorcee Danielle Santino (Thorne), who, to make ends meet, becomes the therapist for a professional football team and quickly becomes sought after by other athletes, musicians, politicians and those living in the spotlight. Cohen, repped by Gersh and One Management, will play a "fixer" for a football franchise who works closely with Danielle. On Rules, former Less Than Perfect star Rue will recur as Brenda, Jeff (Patrick Warburton) and Audrey (Megyn Price)’s new surrogate. In a November sweeps episode, Dynasty alumna Collins will play Bunny Dunbar, the mother of Russell Dunbar (David Spade »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
DVD Playhouse September 2010
The Girl Who Played With Fire (Music Box Films) Follow up to the hit The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo finds Lisabeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) and Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) joining forces once again as Blomkvist is about to break a story on Sweden’s sex trade, which leads unexpectedly to a dark secret from Elizabeth’s past. Starts off well, then quickly nose-dives into sensationalism and downright silliness, with a pair of villains who are straight out of a Roger Moore-era James Bond film. A real letdown for those of us who felt Dragon Tattoo had finally breathed life into the cinema’s long-stagnant genre of the thriller. Bonuses: English language track; Trailer. Widescreen. Dolby 5.1 surround.
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By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith
HollywoodNews.com: Sounds like Patrick Warburton is reconciling himself to fatherhood on “Rules of Engagement.” Last season, his series wife Megyn Price let us know that she and Patrick had been fighting the idea of their characters adding a baby – even if by surrogate, as the storyline featuring Jaime Pressly’s character may go.
But now, he notes, “Ultimately, we probably won’t get our way. You know, I have four beautiful children in my real world, and Megyn has her family. Isn’t it horrible — two parents fighting not to have a child? It could add extra dimension to the show. I guess you get lazy. We’ve been having so much fun in an adult show.”
As he puts it, “I really look forward to coming to work. We sit around, eat and drink – not alcohol – and goof around.”
In fact, »
- Beck / Smith
Sounds like Patrick Warburton is reconciling himself to fatherhood on "Rules of Engagement." Last season, his series wife, Megyn Price, let us know that she and Warburton had been fighting the idea of their characters adding a baby -- even if by surrogate, as the story line featuring Jaime Pressly's character may go.But now, he notes, "Ultimately, we probably won't get our way. You know, I have four beautiful children in my real world, and Megyn has her family. Isn't it horrible -- two parents fighting not to have a child? It could add extra dimension to the show. I guess you get lazy. We've been having so much fun in an adult show."As he puts it, "I really look forward to coming to work. We sit around, eat and drink -- not alcohol -- and goof around." In fact, Warburton stresses that he's never been happier »
Taking place at noon at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, celebrities expected to attend include Amber Stevens [Greek], Ashley Jones [Bold & Beautiful, True Blood], Carolyn Hennesy [Cougar Town], David Tutera [My Fair Wedding with David Tutera], Elisabeth Rohm [Heroes], Julie Bowen [Modern Family], Kelly Rutherford [Gossip Girl], Lacey Chabert [Mean Girls], Megyn Price [Rules of Engagement], Peter Facinelli [Twilight, Nurse Jackie], Sarah Jane Morris [Brothers & Sisters], Stacy Arnell [Strong Medicine], Stacy Keibler [Dancing With The Stars] and more.
The Step Up Women’s Network aims to strengthen community resources for women and girls through hands-on community service, mentoring, and fundraising for women’s health and critical issues.
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On Friday, May 7, Co-Chairs Nancy Davis and Tommy Hilfiger welcomed guests to the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza for the 17th Annual of Race to Erase Ms. The event raised $2 million to benefit the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis.
Celebrity guests as this year’s event included host, Ms survivor and advocate Nancy Davis and host Tommy Hilfiger, along with Buzz Aldrin, Loni Anderson, Tom Arnold, Drake Bell, Mayim Bialik, Brooke Burke, Sophia Bush, Kaley Cuoco, Taylor Dayne, Tony Dovolani, Erik Estrada, David Faustino, Jenny Fletcher, Debbie Gibson, Ashlan Gorse, Heart, Anne Heche, Chelsie Hightower, Nicky Hilton, Paris Hilton, Dr. Hollywood, Kelly Hu, Stephanie Jacobsen, Brody Jenner, Kym Johnson, Robert Knepper, Ali Landry, Jessica Lowndes, Avril Lavigne, Gilles Marini, James Maslow, Chris Massey, Kyle Massey, Dr. Phil McGraw, Rickey Minor, Nancy O'Dell, Apolo Anton Ohno, Masi Oka, Megyn Price, Kelly Rutherford, Melissa Rycroft, Jennifer Taylor, Alessandra Torresani, James Tupper, Aiden Turner and many more. »
Women across the country will be cheering on Megyn Price as one of two female drivers in the 34th Annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race April 17, but there’s one little lady who’d rather the Rules of Engagement star stayed off the track: her 2½-year-old daughter Grace.
“She knows the racecars take Mommy away from playing Snow White with her, so she is not a fan of racecars right now!” Price, 39, told People Moms & Babies Wednesday at a practice day at the Long Beach Grand Prix course.
“She put her foot down in her princess panties and said, »
8 items from 2010
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