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Many TV fanatics would consider "Friends" as one of the best shows ... ever. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the show's premiere -- which takes place today, September 22 -- we're taking a look back at the careers of the Central Perk six: Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Ross, Chandler and Joey.Click the gallery above to see how everyone has aged -- and keep reading to see what they've been up to since the classic sitcom.Jennifer Aniston won an Emmy playing the perfectly coiffed Rachel Green. She later became one of Hollywood's biggest stars on the big screen, starring in movies like "Office Space," "The Break-Up" and "Horrible Bosses." She was married to Brad Pitt from 2000-2005 and is currently engaged to Justin Theroux. "Friends" Reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live Is Everything -- Watch Now!Courteney Cox -- a.k.a Monica Gellar -- starred in the four "Scream" movies, where she met ex-husband David Arquette. »
- tooFab Staff
No word yet on which if any of the Amazon Pilots have been picked up yet but Netflix has announced yet another original series and this time coming from no less than comedy powerhouse Judd Apatow.
Love will be produced by Apatow and star Community’s Gillian Jacobs in a story regarding a twenty something’s search for love and happiness but avoid commitment. Love will debut in 2016 and although the premise isn’t the most inspiring, along with Apatow the half hour comedy series will also have some talent from Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Office involved too so it could turn out to be as essential as Orange is the New Black one day, we will see…
This week’s titles of note are as follows:
American Hustle (2013)
The fate of one time critical darling American Hustle is perhaps a sign of just how even more political the awards »
- Chris Holt
Two per cent of the population disappears in the Sudden Departure, and many questions are raised not least, what on earth is going on?
A baby disappears from the back seat of a car, as does the daddy of a little boy, and the driver of another car that immediately crashes (its not one of those Google ones, sadly). A kind of rapture, the Sudden Departure, is happening: people are vanishing, everywhere, even famous ones J-Lo, the Pope, Salman Rushdie; some may be missed more than others. Two percent of the worlds population, gone.
The Leftovers(Sky Atlantic) is not about what to do with yesterdays mash, then. This glamorous, disturbing new 10-part HBO import is about the aftermath of the Sudden Departure, and the 98% who have been left behind, specifically in one New York town. So 98% is leftovers? Thats some serious over-catering Perhaps they should have changed the title for a British audience. »
- Sam Wollaston
We’ve got a few casting stories to attend to this afternoon. Briefly: The excellent Brie Larson and Sir Ben Kingsley have been set to star opposite Daniel Radcliffe in the real-life drama Brooklyn Bridge. The Leftovers actress Margaret Qualley has landed a role in writer/director Shane Black’s 1970s-set crime drama The Nice Guys. Model/actress Cara Delevingne has been set to play the female lead in Fox 2000’s upcoming adaptation of the John Green novel Paper Towns. More on the aforementioned casting after the jump. Goldcrest Films announced today that Brie Larson and Sir Ben Kingsley have joined the cast of writer/director Douglas McGrath’s (Emma) drama Brooklyn Bridge. Based on true events, Daniel Radcliffe stars as a brilliant but inexperienced engineer who is left to oversee construction of the Brooklyn Bridge after his father passes away. Though besieged by “calamity, danger and doubt,” Washington finds »
- Adam Chitwood
For someone whose entire career has thus far comprised two jobs – a role in James Franco’s Palo Alto and playing Justin Theroux’s daughter on HBO’s The Leftovers – Margaret Qualley is quickly grabbing attention. And that includes from Shane Black, who has her in talks to join his 1970s crime thriller The Nice Guys.Black co-wrote the script with Anthony Bagarozzi and has Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe signed on the dotted to star.The story finds Gosling as wayward, troubled private eye Holland March, who crosses paths in Los Angeles with hired muscle Jackson Healy (Crowe). These unlikely allies must prowl the mean streets of Los Angeles to solve the case of a missing girl, which soon develops links to the death of a porn star. As they unravel the cases, they discover a massive conspiracy with tentacles in the highest levels of power.Qualley will be »
HBO's provocative look at human loss and grief finally hits our shores tonight, and it's worth the wait. The world of The Leftovers is still coming to terms with the unexplained disappearance of 2% of the global population, and places focus on the residents of a small town in Massachusetts - each affected differently by the disaster.
Mount Pleasant: Sky Living, 9pm
The fourth series of the thoroughly British suburban dramedy kicks off tonight. Greg (Adrian Bower) is released from prison after being wrongly implicated in drug dealing, while Lisa (Sally Lindsay) and Dan (Daniel Ryan) struggle to prepare for the birth of their baby after their estranged son Robbie (Daniel Ings) makes a surprising return.
Ted 2: Mark Wahlberg shared a photo of himself from Ted 2, now in production. Wahlberg sits astride an Indian Scout motorcycle; devoted fans will note the logo for Flash Gordon, a key reference in the first film. Ted 2 is heading for release on June 26, 2015. [Twitter via Collider] Zoolander 2: Ben Stiller and Justin Theroux have completed a script for Zoolander 2, which includes the return of fashion executive Mugatu, played by Will Ferrell. The news was first reported in January 2011 (?!), but more recently Theroux has said things may finally be moving forward, and now Ferrell says: "We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon." So, not much, we're afraid, but at least a glimmer of hope for those of us who'd love to see...
- Peter Martin
Following word from writer, director and actor Justin Theroux ("The Leftovers") that Zoolander 2 was still a possibility, one of the other stars of the original film has echoed his sentiments. Will Ferrell had a brief chat with JoBlo and was asked about the comedy sequel and whether or not his wild, fashion icon character and villain Mugatu would return. Way back in 2009, Ben Stiller didn't mention him as one of the returning characters, but changed his mind in 2010, and Ferrell says, "We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it." But that's all that was said for the time being. Read on! Ferrell was one of the best parts of the original film, and it would be a shame for him not to return, especially since he's become such a bigger star in the past 13 years. Of course, »
- Ethan Anderton
Ted 2: Mark Wahlberg shared a photo of himself from Ted 2, now in production. Wahlberg sits astride an Indian Scout motorcycle; fans will note the logo for Flash Gordon, a key reference to the first film. Ted 2 is heading for release on June 26, 2015. [Twitter via Collider] Zoolander 2: Ben Stiller and Justin Theroux have completed a script for a sequel to Zoolander, which includes the return of fashion executive Mugatu, played by Will Ferrell. The news was first...
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A long-mooted sequel looks like it's finally getting close to happening. We're talking, as the headline of this piece probably gave away, about Zoolander 2. Ben Stiller has been working on the script with Justin Theroux, and it's looking increasingly likely that Stiller will direct again. Furthermore, its looking increasingly likely that the movie might just be happening soon.
Why? Well, over at JoBlo, they're reporting there that Will Ferrell has confirmed his involvement in Zoolander 2. He said that "we are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it".
Might just be gathering momentum, this one. More as we hear it.
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On Saturday, Kate Winslet returned to the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival to premiere A Little Chaos. She's just one of the latest stars to step out for the cameras in Canada, after Ryan Reynolds and Chris Evans. On Monday, Jennifer Aniston made a chic return to the festival when she attended the premiere of her latest project, Cake; for the film's afterparty, she had the support of her handsome fiancé, Justin Theroux, and the two showed cute Pda while unwinding after the screening. Last weekend, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Garner did press for their new films and InStyle and Hollywood Foreign Press Association's party became a veritable who's who of Hollywood, with stars like Channing Tatum, Naomi Watts, Jake Gyllenhaal, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Ansel Elgort popping up. »
Things have gone up and down and round and round for the sequel to the hit film Zoolander. First we were hearing that the project was on hold, then that Ben Stiller was working on a script rewrite. Last month, co-writer Justin Theroux said that there is finally a completed script and Zoolander 2 is moving in the direction of actually getting made. Now, Will Ferrell has confirmed that there’s a sequel script in existence and that his character Mugatu is a part of it.
Speaking with JoBlo (via /Film), Ferrell addressed the existence of the ever-elusive Zoolander 2. Here’s what he said:
We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it.
It’s a short but sweet little tidbit, and once more ramps up the hope that we might actually see Zoolander 2 someday. Rumors have »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Will Ferrell, who appeared in the 2001 comedy as an evil fashion designed named Mugatu, offered an update recently, and even dropped the info that his villain could be returning.
“We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it,” Ferrell told JoBlo.
While there’s been no official confirmation that a sequel is in fact happening, the players involved, including Stiller and Justin Theroux, have not been shy about talking about it, especially in the past year. In June, Stiller, who directed as well as starred in the first movie, told journalists at Taormina that his production company Red Hour Films was “actively” working on a rewrite.
“I can’t »
- Alex Stedman
The actor, who played villain Mugatu in the 2001 comedy, admitted that there is meant to be a read-through for the script in the near future, reports JoBlo.
"We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon," he said. "And Mugatu is a part of it."
Creator Ben Stiller previously admitted that there are no plans to start production on the long-awaited sequel "anytime soon".
Watch the trailer for Zoolander below: »
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The conclusion of Utopia‘s three-part launch on Friday night drew 1.9 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating, down 24 and 22 percent from the Fox freshman’s Tuesday outing.
Following Tuesday’s drop, Fox Television Group co-ceo Dana Walden acknowledged to The Wrap that Utopia was launched “really early, maybe before viewers were ready for a new fall show… but with patience it will grow and we’re going to have patience.”
The “social experiment” now will settle into a twice-a-week pattern, airing Tuesdays and Fridays.
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Theroux’s work in the first season finale was so moving that it would take a dozen columns to do it justice. Heck, we could write an essay just about the way he played the beleaguered police chief’s Bible reading at Patti’s grave. So let’s focus, why don’t we, on one key scene?
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There have been murmurs of a "Zoolander" sequel for several years now, and every time it seems to pick up steam it just as quickly cools down. At this point it is better to assume it isn't actually happening until they start filming.
When might that be? Sooner than you may think. This week actor Will Ferrell offered a brief update on the status of the long-awaited comedy sequel, and confirmed his evil fashion designer character Mugatu is returning.
Ferrell tells JoBlo: "We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, and Mugatu is a part of it." This follows on from an update from Justin Theroux last month who said: "Yeah, we've got a script for the sequel, and we've just been in talks again. We're trying to sharpen it and hone it and, actually, I don't want to jinx anything, but it looks like »
- Garth Franklin
Zoolander 2 is one of those sequels that we always hear about, that may never happen. When last we reported on the movie, Ben Stiller made it clear that the long-gestating sequel "Wasn't happening anytime soon." Three months later, original cast member Will Ferrell is singing a different tune. He claims he will return as villain Mugatu, and that the screenplay is complete enough that a table read is happening sometime in the near future.
It's been 13 years since the original Zoolander hit theaters, and its not incredibly clear how anticipated a follow-up actually is. Sure, the movie has its hardcore fans. But is an audience for a sequel still there? Will Ferrell thinks so, and he can't wait to get back into character as fashion mogul Jacobim Mugatu, who in the original brainwashed fashion model Derek into assassinating the new progressive-leaning Prime Minister of Malaysia. Mugatu is arrested at »
It's been thirteen years since Zoolander first hit theaters, conquering our hearts but not the box office. The interim has seen the invention of the iPod and the decline of the DVD market. Infants born on that day are in the eighth grade and are probably smoking futuristic cigarettes I don't even know about. And yet, talk of Zoolander 2 keeps humming along (despite the aforementioned DVD decline, which is just about the only way the first film turned a profit). Last month co-writer Justin Theroux confirmed that he and Ben Stiller had completed a script for the film and were in the midst of polishing it up. Now Will Ferrell, who played the ever-essential antagonist Mugatu in the first film, has offered up even more encouraging news. Hit the jump for more on Zoolander 2. Ferrell recently told JoBlo: "We are actually supposed to do a read-through of a sequel script soon, »
- Evan Dickson
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