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The pouring rain didn't stop Fred Armisen from his food cravings on Saturday afternoon at the Independent Spirit Awards. The band leader of Seth Meyers's inaugural season of Late Night popped into the Breyers Gelato Indulgences lounge connected to the awards location, and walked away with treats from the ice cream company. But it wasn't a full sweets fest for the star, who also sampled some goodies from Sabra snacks. While he was there, he mostly "kept a low profile while people tried to talk to him," an onlooker tells People. Accompanied by what appeared to be his publicist, »
- Dahvi Shira
The show follows follows three women: deputy district attorney Rachel Knight (Stiles), Lapd detective Bailey Keller (Elisabeth Rohm) and prosecutor Toni Lacollette (Rose Rollins) -- each of whom end up embroiled in the same cases. [Source: The Live Feed]
Virginia Madsen ("Sideways"), Ritchie Coster ("Luck") and Yul Vazquez ("Magic City") have joined NBC's drama pilot "Babylon Fields". The story centers on the dead rising again in Babylon, N.Y., where lives are regained, old wounds are reopened and families are restored -- for better or worse.
Madsen and Coster will play the parents of Cdc scientist Thomas (Kyle Schmid) who want him to stay in town. Vazquez will portray the town's chief of police. [Source: The Live Feed]
- Garth Franklin
Julia Stiles (the Bourne movie franchise) has been tapped for the lead in TNT‘s drama pilot Guilt By Association, from former prosecutor Marcia Clark, on whose book the project is based, and Dee Johnson. The project centers on Rachel Knight (Stiles), a talented, unorthodox and impulsive Deputy Da in the La County District Attorney’s office who sometimes operates outside the law in order to uphold it. Rachel relies on her cohorts — fashionable prosecutor Toni Lacollette (Rose Rollins) and tough-as-nails Detective Bailey Keller (Elisabeth Röhm) — for all things professional and personal. Driven by compassion but haunted by guilt, Rachel tackles the Special Trials Unit’s most difficult cases and does so with humor, an edge, and an “evidence is for pussies” attitude. When the suspicious death of a close colleague throws her own judgment into question, Rachel must rely on her connections and instincts to solve the case and clear her friend’s name. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Following a lengthy search, TNT's legal drama pilot Guilt by Association has cast its female lead. Dexter alum Julia Stiles has been tapped to star in the drama based on prosecutor Marcia Clark's book of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Guilt by Association follows three women: deputy district attorney Rachel Knight, Lapd detective Bailey Keller (Elisabeth Rohm) and prosecutor Toni Lacollette (Rose Rollins) -- each of whom end up embroiled in the same cases. Analysis: Can TNT Become the New AMC? Stiles will play Rachel, a talented deputy district attorney in the L.A. County District Attorney's
- Lesley Goldberg
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos celebrates with the director of Netflix’s "The Square" Jehane Noujaim and Charlie Rose at the home of Sarandos and his wife, Nicole A. Avant, at a toast for the Academy Award-nominated documentary “The Square” this weekend. Dame Helen Mirren and producer Cathy Schulman co-host the annual Women in Film pre-Oscars event in Los Angeles. Among the attendees were Oscar nominees Lupita Nyong'o ("12 Years a Slave"), June Squibb ("Nebraska"), Julie Delpy ("Before Midnight"), and producers from "Captain Phillips," "Dallas Buyers Club," "Frozen," "Philomena," and "The Wolf of Wall Street." Others included Lake Bell, Jaime King, Sarah Paulson, Elisabeth Rohm, and Gabourey Sidibe. L.A. Times. Sandy Cohen reveals the secrets behind Oscar rehearsals on Friday. Pharrell Williams practiced his song "Happy" with a choir of h »
A middling satire, “Chlorine” takes aim at the hollow materialism of an upwardly mobile New England suburb, with Vincent D’Onofrio and Kyra Sedgwick as one couple who have so far failed to ride the prosperity wave. There’s a somewhat dated, familiar feel to this uneven enterprise, whose plot focus on corrupt savings-and-loan associations and reckless development would have seemed more timely had it been shot as originally planned (with different cast and bigger budget) in 2005 New Orleans; that Plan A was derailed by Hurricane Katrina. Opening on New York and Los Angeles screens Feb. 28, with single shows in several other cities, director/co-scenarist Jay Alaimo’s watchable but unmemorable feature will find greater exposure in cable sales and rental formats.
The Lent family seem to be the only residents not living a conventional high life in their glossy upper-middle-class town, straining marital and parental relations. After decades of service, »
- Dennis Harvey
Greed and hubris is the fabric that spins many stories—just see this year's Best Picture nominees "The Wolf Of Wall Street" and "American Hustle"—with those two qualities serving as the dark undercurrent of ambition. They make for intriguing stories, and co-writer/director Jay Alaimo has one cooking in the upcoming "Chlorine." Starring Vincent D’Onofrio, Kyra Sedgwick, Elisabeth Röhm, Dreama Walker and Tom Sizemore, the story follows Georgie Lent, who pushes her husband Roger into finding a way to invest in the market bubble in the hopes that their family can be saved with the money they are sure to make. When local tennis pro and part-time drug dealer, Pat, comes to Roger for investment advice, Roger sees his opportunity. Torn by the reality that his family could be saved by this dirty money, Roger finds himself staring down the barrel of a moral conundrum. And in this exclusive clip, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
High style is on display at every award show, but perhaps it's most appreciated at the Costume Designers Guild Awards. Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner were among the stars who celebrated the best of screen fashion at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in La on Saturday. They attended the show with costume designer Michael Wilkinson, the man responsible for their vintage wardrobes in American Hustle. Michael presented Amy with the Lacoste Spotlight Award, saying, "With Amy, it’s never about ego - it’s all about the character. She knows how to wear absolutely everything.” For this occasion, Amy donned an elegant blue dress. Meanwhile, Olivia Munn and Mindy Kaling also dazzled in blue, with Mindy among the group of presenters including Bill Hader, Elisabeth Röhm, and more. The night got even better when Kerry Washington made a splash with her Scandal costars immediately following her winning appearance at the NAACP Image Awards. »
- Nick Maslow
The lead of TNT‘s drama pilot Guilt By Association is vacant again as Neve Campbell has pulled out. The former Party of Five star had agreed to do the pilot and her deal was seconds from closing when I hear she had a change of heart, feeling she wasn’t ready to jump back into series TV. Guilt By Association — from former prosecutor Marcia Clark, on whose book the project is based, and Dee Johnson – centers on Rachel Knight, a gutsy Deputy District Attorney in the Special Trials Unit of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office who works closely with tough-as-nails female Lapd detective Bailey Keller (Elisabeth Rohm) and stylish female prosecutor Toni Lacollette (Rose Rollins), both of whom routinely crash at Rachel’s place. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Nothing moves at even a remotely glacial pace on this season of Beauty and the Beast, and this episode is no exception. After a brief weekend hiatus, our favorite crime fighters are back to work. Hot on the trail of Sam (Tom Everett Scott), who has dedicated the last six years of his life to avenging the death of his young son (a mystery still to be unraveled), they continue with their faux-funeral plans hoping that with Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) out of the picture, they have a better shot at closing the case.
Agent Landon (Elisabeth Röhm) chose door B, some form of witness protection for the meantime, and Sam is left playing the grieving husband. He may have everyone else fooled, but his performance is lackluster at best.
For a man who was only recently reunited with his wife after a six year separation, he appears strangely unaffected by her “passing. »
- Lindsay Sperling
Jane Krakowski has found her next TV series, and it’s another one of those sitcoms about a fallen career woman. Krakowski has joined the pilot Dead Boss, a remake of a BBC series (the original featured Jennifer Saunders as a prison warden). The series follows an overachieving career woman who is wrongly accused of her boss’s murder. At first she’s certain the courts will uncover the truth of her innocence, but then she finds herself in prison.
EW asked producer Michael Patrick King if cult hit The Comeback could ever come back for a second season, “Lisa [Kudrow] and I actually have had a couple of lunches lately where we’ve been missing Valerie and wondering where she’d be. That’s just a creative exploration Lisa and I are doing. »
- Lyle Masaki
Former Party Of Five and Scream star Neve Campbell is in final negotiations for the lead in TNT‘s drama pilot Guilt By Association. Elisabeth Rohm is set as one of the other two co-leads in the project from former prosecutor Marcia Clark, on whose book the project is based, and Dee Johnson. Guilt By Association centers on Rachel Knight (Campbell), a gutsy Deputy District Attorney in the Special Trials Unit of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office who works closely with tough-as-nails female Lapd detective Bailey Keller (Rohm) and stylish female prosecutor Toni Lacollette (Rose Rollins), both of whom routinely crash at Rachel’s place. Rachel is an unorthodox investigator and litigator who breezily thinks “evidence is for pussies” and uses her instincts and her formidable intelligence to get to the bottom of colleague Jake Pahlmeyer’s shocking death. Bailey is more by-the-book and is uneasy when »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
“American Hustle” Directed by: David O. Russell Written by: David O. Russell and Eric Warren Singer Main cast members: Amy Adams, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Jeremy Renner, Louis C.K., Robert De Niro, Michael Pena, Jack Huston, Elisabeth Röhm, and Alessandro Nivola Number of Oscar nominations in total: 10 Other nominations besides Best Picture: Best Director (Russell), Best Actor (Bale), Best Actress (Adams), Best Supporting Actor (Cooper), Best Supporting Actress (Lawrence), Best Original Screenplay (Russell and Singer), Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, and Best Film Editing Notable precursor wins: Won Best Ensemble at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Best Comedy/Best Actress in a Comedy/Supporting Actress at the Golden Globe Awards, and Best Film/Supporting Actress/Best Screenplay at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards Chances at winning Best Picture: One of the top three contenders for the award and a definite co-frontrunner Chances at other Academy »
- Joey Magidson
The Art Directors Guild (Adg) tonight announced winners of its 18th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards, Presented by Kohler Co., in ten categories of film, television, commercials and music videos during the black-tie ceremony in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. The awards took place before an audience of more than 800, including guild members, industry executives and press. Adg Council Chair John Shaffner presided over the awards ceremony with comedian Owen Benjamin serving as host. Martin Scorsese received the Guild’s prestigious Cinematic Imagery Award presented to him by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill, his stars of The Wolf of Wall Street, which is currently nominated for five Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Director. Production Designer Rick Carter was recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Kohler, which created a special award for the occasion. Adg President Mimi Gramatky and Production »
- Josh Abraham
“Her” (pictured) and production designer K.K. Barrett, “The Great Gatsby” and production designer Catherine Martin, and “Gravity” and production designer Andy Nicholson took top honors among feature films at the 18th annual Art Directors Guild Awards Saturday evening.
In television, “Game of Thrones” and production designer Gemma Jackson won for one-hour single-camera series, “Behind the Candelabra” and production designer Howard Cummings took the trophy for television movie or miniseries, and the “Helsinki” episode of “Veep” and production designer Jim Gloster copped the prize for half-hour single-camera series.
Other TV trophies went to the pilot of “Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome” and production designer Brian Kane for short format live-action series; the “Missionaries” episode of “Portlandia” and production designer Tyler Robinson for multi-camera, variety or unscripted series; and to “The 67th Annual Tony Awards” and production designer Steve Bass for awards, »
- Peter Caranicas
Anyone who’s accused Tori (Amber Skye Noyes) of being a buzz kill might be eating their words after tonight’s episode of Beauty and the Beast when she proved with her life that noble acts are not beyond her realm of thinking. There’s no doubt that fans who rallied behind Cat’s (Kristen Kreuk) new romance with Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) are shuttering after the events of Recipe for Disaster left Tori dead (at the hands of long-time beast hunters) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) back on the market. Now that he’s no longer under the influence of overpowering pheromones, it’s only a matter of time before he starts thinking clearly once again – and we all know where that will lead him.
Obviously Cat and Vincent are meant to be together, but in the meantime, watching Cat explore her other options (err, option really) hasn’t been the »
- Lindsay Sperling
"Beauty and the Beast" is bringing trouble to Vincent and Tori in the upcoming episode, "Recipe for Disaster." An exclusive photo from Monday's (Feb. 3) episode makes it look like Tori might even die.
Is this a possibility? Check out the photo for yourself to decide.
In the photo, Tori (Amber Skye Noyes) lies on a slab -- in a cage? -- while Vincent (Jay Ryan) stands next to her with a frightened look on his face. Is Tori hurt? Could she be in danger of death in "Recipe for Disaster"?
Only the episode will have the answers. Other problems in this "Beauty and the Beast" episode occur when bad guys kidnap J.T. (Austin Basis), requiring Cat (Kristin Kreuk) to team up with Vincent. FBI Agent Dana Landon (Elisabeth Rohm) gets a blast from her past when a stranger (Tom Everett Scott) is rescued with J.T.
"Beauty and the Beast" airs Mondays at 9 p. »
Is Beauty and the Beast's Catherine really ready to move on from Vincent? She's at least going to try.
When we last saw Cat (Kristin Kreuk), she had finally realized that she hadn't let go of Vincent (Jay Ryan) because he had saved her life all those years ago. With their relationship behind her, and Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) waiting in the wings, Cat's about to embark on a new partnership — especially when her anger for Vincent is further propelled by his going public.
"They've been under the shadow of having to hide him up until this point, and now there he is, free and out, and that's what she always hoped to have," showrunner Brad Kern tells TVGuide.com. Adds executive producer Jennifer Levin, "And that can fuel her towards Gabe, that upset and anger."
- Robyn Ross
SAG-aftra presented its coveted Actor® statuette for the outstanding motion picture and primetime television performances of 2013 at the “20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®” in ceremonies attended by film and television’s leading actors, held Saturday, January. 18, at the Los Angeles Shrine Exposition Center.
Honored with individual awards were Cate Blanchett, Jared Leto, Matthew McConaughey and Lupita Nyong’o for performances in motion pictures and Ty Burrell, Bryan Cranston, Michael Douglas, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Helen Mirren and Maggie Smith for performances in television.
The Screen Actors Guild Awards originated awards for the outstanding performances by a motion picture cast and by television drama and comedy ensembles. The Actor® for a motion picture cast performance went this year to American Hustle, while the Actors »
- Michelle McCue
After having the best Golden Globes night ever and receiving her third Oscar nomination, Jennifer Lawrence was back among Hollywood pals at the SAG Awards in La on Saturday. She wore a stunning Dior dress and was her usually bubbly, charming self, kissing director David O. Russell on the red carpet and having fun with everyone from Lupita Nyong'o to American Hustle costar Elisabeth Rohm. Jennifer and Elisabeth got playful with their trophies after the cast won the award for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture. Jennifer was nominated for the outstanding supporting actress award this evening but lost out to Lupita for the second time - the 12 Years a Slave star took home the honor at the Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday, too. Keep reading for more pictures of Jennifer's night at the SAGs, and don't forget to vote for her look in our fashion and beauty polls! »
- Brittney Stephens
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