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It's time for Olivia Wilde to hang a "Baby's First Christmas" ornament on her tree. This year will mark the first time the Vinyl actress, 32, will celebrate the holiday as a family of four with fiancé Jason Sudeikis, 41, son Otis Sudeikis, 2, and daughter Daisy Sudeikis, 8 weeks. "It's just more fun. It's honestly more fun," Olivia told E! News Tuesday at Target's holiday party in celebration of The Toycracker, debuting Dec. 11 on ABC. "It's more exciting. My son Otis is just really understanding what the holidays mean now—that there's all these traditions and that several different people have different kinds. He's really into that. He's fascinated »
Olivia Wilde's holidays are definitely different since she became a mom, but she's not complaining.
The 32-year-old actress recently opened up to Vanity Fair about her holiday plans, revealing that Christmastime activities have "become fun again" since welcoming her little ones.
"You learn to embrace the things that you maybe stopped enjoying as you became an adult," she explained. "So things become fun again."
"If you're getting a Christmas tree, that becomes a whole event. As a young adult in your 20s, you don't care about your Christmas tree. Christmas becomes just a time to drink… a lot," she added. "So having kids kind of moves it away from the drinking and back to childhood ideas of Christmas."
Wilde, who shares 2-year-old son Otis and 2-month-old daughter Daisy with fiancé Jason Sudeikis, also dished »
Olivia Wilde says “it’s the more the merrier” with 8-week-old daughter Daisy Josephine joining the family.
She remembers when she first told Sudeikis, 41, she was pregnant with Daisy, he had a similar reaction.
“He said, ‘Now we can play board games!’ And it’s true: When there four of you, you can play,” says Wilde, although it may be a few years before the »
- Jen Juneau
UK financier Motion Picture Capital to tackle story of UK rugby player.
Motion Picture Capital is to develop biopic Code Of Honour, a sports story based on the life of rugby player Ady Spencer.
The production company has hired upcoming screenwriter David Raymond to write the treatment for the film. Raymond most recently wrote the mini-series In Harm’s Way about Un peacekeepers, which is set to be produced by Brett Ratner’s RatPac Entertainment.
This new script will be based on the controversial events that saw Spencer banned from rugby union after he appeared for Cambridge University in the Varsity Match against Oxford University, despite having previously already played rugby league at professional level with the London Crusaders.
The film will be developed and produced by the CEO of Motion Picture Capital, Leon Clarance, whose credits include Come and Find Me (starring Aaron Paul) and Netflix series Sense8 which was co-created by the Wachowskis (The Matrix »
Olivia Wilde was all smiles when she attended Target's Toycracker premiere in NYC on Wednesday night. Clad in an all-black ensemble, the mother of two glowed as she walked down the red carpet and posed for pictures. Although Olivia's other half, Jason Sudeikis, wasn't in attendance, the event marked Olivia's first public appearance since she gave birth to her second child, a beautiful baby girl named Daisy, in September. Olivia and Jason - who are also parents to 2-year-old son Otis - were spotted grabbing breakfast in Brooklyn, NY, days after Daisy's birth in October. Related:29 Stars Who Became Mothers This Year »
- Monica Sisavat
Real-life best friends and actors Sam Richardson (Veep) and Tim Robinson (Saturday Night Live) are bringing their love for each other and the city of Detroit to a new Comedy Central series. And Et has your first look at the series (in the video above), premiering Feb. 7, 2017.
Inspired by the city’s local commercials, Detroiters, sees Richardson and Robinson playing Sam Duvet and Tim Cramblin, two small-time ad guys living and working in the Motor City. Aspiring to make an impact on their hometown, the pair relentlessly pursues a local automotive executive played by Jason Sudeikis in order to land their first big client. (In addition to appearing on a number of episodes, Sudeikis also serves as executive producer alongside co-creators Richardson and Robinson.)
“I feel like everyone knows their own local commercials and can spout them off, and that's something that was very ‘Detroit’ to us,” Richardson, who also plays Richard Splett on Veep, tells Et during »
The Producers Guild of America has selected Megan Ellison as the recipient of its 2017 Visionary Award.
Ellison will accept the award at the 28th annual Producers Guild Awards on Jan. 28 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Visionary Award recognizes television, film, or new media producers for their “unique or uplifting contributions to our culture through inspiring storytelling or performance.”
“Ellison is being recognized with the Visionary Award for her work as a fierce supporter of distinctive and creative voices in contemporary filmmaking, bringing to life a collection of stories that have broadened audience perspectives on our world and challenged our industry’s assumptions about the kinds of stories motion pictures can tell,” the guild said.
‘Eagle Huntress,’ ‘O.J.: Made in America’ Among Producers Guild Documentary Film Nominees
- Dave McNary
In Saturday's cold open, Pete Davidson played high schooler Seth Morton, whom Trump recently found the time to retweet while in the midst of learning what a president does.
"I really did retweet him, seriously," he reiterated, looking directly into the camera to break the fourth wall.
"He really did do this," Conway added to the camera.
"It was from a young man named Seth. He's 16 and he's in high school, and I really did retweet him," the president-elect »
Emma Stone paid a visit to The Tonight Show on Thursday, and in addition to putting her musical knowledge to the test with host Jimmy Fallon, she also shared a story about how she auditioned for Nickelodeon's All That when she was 12.
“I thought they were going to give us sketches,” the 28-year-old star recalled. “And then five minutes before I went in the room they said, ‘You need to have three characters when you come in the room.’ So I was like, ‘Okay,’ and then I made up a couple of characters.”
While Stone did not get the gig, her characters sound pretty impressive. “I remember that one was a cheerleader that couldn’t spell what she was cheering,” she said. “And then there was another one that was actually pretty nuts that was a babysitter who is possessed.”
It's a girl for first-time mother Alison Pill!
The 30-year-old actress, known for her role on HBO's The Newsroom, made the announcement on Friday via a sweet Instagram shot. The photo features herself, actor-husband Joshua Leonard, 41, and newborn Wilder Grace Leonard, who was born just days before Thanksgiving, on Nov. 19.
"So much to be thankful for. Wilder Grace Leonard, born November 19, 2016," Pill captioned the photo. "'Oh, earth, you're too wonderful for anybody to realize you. ...Do human beings ever realize life while they live it? – Every, every minute?' #thorntonwilder @thejoshualeonard."
Wilder's delighted dad shared the adorable family pic on his Ig account too, because look at that precious baby's face -- how could he not?!
Pill first announced her pregnancy in July with the Bates Motel actor, whom she married in May of last year after a four-month engagement. Recently, the actress »
1 | Isn’t it funny how the buildings MacGyver inevitably gets trapped in not only have potentially volatile cleaning supplies handy, but bountiful, freshly stocked amounts of them?
2 | With Jason Sudeikis on hand for Kristen Wiig’s Saturday Night Live hosting, how did we not get a “Two A-Holes” sketch? (And don’t get us started on Wiig’s absence from the Target commercial parody. »
Bill Purple’s The Book of Love premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival and is heading for a Us release in the second week of January. While there’s no UK release date set for the movie, previously entitled The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, the tearjerker has a fine cast which includes Game of […]
- Jon Lyus
Most people probably only know Maisie Williams as a badass assassin on Game Of Thrones or a badass immortal on Doctor Who, but she’s pretty far from either of those things in this trailer for The Book Of Love. The film stars Jason Sudeikis as a boring man whose wife (Jessica Biel) instructs him to forge a meaningful connection with a homeless girl for some reason. The homeless girl is Williams, and she crosses Sudeikis’ path when he sees her stealing from the garbage. As it turns out, she’s trying to build a boat, and Sudeikis decides that it’s his mission in life to help this girl sail across the ocean. (He also may or may not be distracting himself from a tragic thing that happens to someone close to him, but you’ll have to watch the trailer to see that spoiler.) The film features Mary »
- Sam Barsanti
The first trailer has arrived online for director Bill Purple’s upcoming drama The Book of Love. Previously titled The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, the film stars Jason Sudeikis, Maisie Williams and Jessica Biel; watch it below…
“After the accidental death of his free-spirited pregnant wife, Penny (a luminous Jessica Biel), reserved architect Henry (Jason Sudeikis) struggles to find meaning in his life and in the work that once consumed him. As he continues to work on the house he and Penny were building together, Henry is drawn to a mysterious young runaway named Millie (Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams) whom Penny had often talked about helping. Though Millie mistrusts Henry at first, the two build a tentative friendship as she reveals her ambition to build a raft to sail away from her dark past and start anew. Taking on the father role he was meant to have, »
- Amie Cranswick
Who knew that Play-Doh could get so dirty? On Monday night, Kristin Chenoweth, Jason Sudeikis, Joe Jonas and Jimmy Fallon got very intimate on “The Tonight Show.” Watch: Justin Timberlake & Jimmy Fallon Test Their Friendship, Sing ‘Ironic’ and Throw Pizza Party on ‘Tonight Show’ Chenoweth and Sudeikis teamed up against Fallon and Jonas for […] »
- Cat Williams
And the surprising news ties in perfectly with his 6-week-old daughter Daisy Josephine.
“We have an awesome cousin — ’s cousin by birth, mine by association — named Daisy, and it’s a great name,” says Sudeikis, 41. “I got a weird last name, you know, Sudeikis has got a lot of syllables, a lot of funky things going on there. »
- Jen Juneau
The game is like Pictionary but with clay, and one partner has to sit behind the other while sculpting a figure. "Oh God, Lord help us all," said Chenoweth when she saw her card said "Candlestick."
Chenoweth crawled under Sudeikis' arm to sculpt, saying she was too small to just put her arms under his. Despite being nervous, she made a candlestick and blew on it, and Sudeikis successfully guessed the word.
"It was either that or Big Bird's birthday gift," said »
- THR Staff
"This is madness!" "No it's not!" Electric Entertainment has unveiled a trailer for an indie titled The Book of Love, formerly known as The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea when it first premiered. The story is about an introverted architect name Henry, played by Jason Sudeikis, who befriends a homeless teen and helps her build a boat. That sounds a bit weird, but obviously it's a quirky little indie drama about supporting the (crazy) dreams of others. Maisie Williams stars in this, with Jessica Biel, Mary Steenburgen, Paul Reiser, Orlando Jones and Joshua Mikel. This seems to be inspired a bit by the Kon-Tiki story, and it also reminds me of the real story of a girl who sailed around the world - as seen in Maidentrip. Check it out. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Bill Purple's The Book of Love, direct from Et's YouTube: Henry is an introverted architect. »
- Alex Billington
As we get closer to the end of the year, we’re starting to get trailers for movies that are getting unceremoniously dumped in January so as to have little to no competition with early spring blockbusters, the prime summer tentpoles or the previous month’s awards contenders. One of those is a new comedy that played […]
- Ethan Anderton
Chenoweth and Sudeikis teamed up against Fallon and Jonas for a game of “Tandem Sculptionary” in which one partner sat behind the other and had to sculpt out a word for them to guess.
Naturally, things got a little silly and very suggestive when words like “candlestick,” “palm tree,” “toothbrush,” and “giraffe” were given.
“Oh Lord, help us all,” Chenoweth declared when given her first clue.
It didn’t help that she wore an emerald green jumpsuit with a plunging neckline. When Sudeikis reached under her arms to sculpt the palm tree, Fallon quickly rushed to her aid, shouting, “Your hands! Your hands!”
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