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In a recent interview, Ritter explained about her full-frontal nude scene in an early episode of "Don't Trust the B in Apt 23".
Although she played the scene in the nude, her body was blurred strategically by the network censors.
"I was dancing in a rap video" she said about the scene.
"I wasn’t going to find anything flashier, so I was down for it...
"But on the day I was supposed to actually be naked...in front of all the crew guys.
"You catch them looking and you’re like, No!...
"But I got a 'Mystic Tan'...
"...so that made me feel less naked..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Krysten Ritter...
- Michael Stevens
Some of these tips for looking good on-screen could crossover into real life.
Some of these tips for looking good on-screen naked could be crossed over into real life.
News: Chelsea Handler Poses Nude Like a 'Kardashian'
This first tip isn't the most comfortable but it's a classic. "You gotta wear high heels! It just makes everything look better," the 32-year-old actress insists.
Another tidbit you can use even if you're not on TV is a little bronzer. "I like to just be who I am. I'm pale; f**k it. But a little bit of a spray tan--like the lightest shade they even make--made me feel like I was wearing clothing."
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One tip that would really only help »
This B has a new boyfriend! Krysten Ritter is dating War on Drugs singer Adam Granduciel, sources reveal exclusively to Us Weekly. "It started with her being a fan of the band and then somehow she got in touch with him and went to some shows," an insider tells Us. "They're having fun and spending some quality days in New York." Indeed, the Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 actress, 32, and her new beau were photographed holding hands during a stroll in NYC on Aug. 7. [...] »
You're going to be hearing a lot more from us about Alex Ross Perry's "Listen Up Philip," which is to be released in the fall. We've already called it one of the The Best Films Of 2014 So Far, which probably isn't a surprise since it also made our list of The Best Films Of The 2014 Sundance Film Festival. And with the movie headed to the Locarno Film Festival to unspool internationally, some new clips have arrived. Starring Jason Schwartzman, Krysten Ritter, Jonathan Pryce, Jess Weixler, Dree Hemingway and Eric Bogosian, the story follows an angry young writer whose unpleasantness extends to his photographer girlfriend. Our review calls it "a deeply misanthropic portrait of narcissism, the brittle nature of artistic talent and the struggles of living in New York City" and a "toxic comedy pull[Ing} very few punches when it needs to get really nasty." "Listen Up Philip" opens on October 17th. Watch below. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Philip A. Dick: Perry’s Literary Minds Stuck In a Lonely Place
Following up his dark hearted homage to road trip cinema with 2011’s The Color Wheel, Alex Ross Perry’s third film, Listen Up Philip arrives with an equally unpleasant set of main characters as it explores the hyper intellectual worldview of self-important authors wallowing in their emotional ennui. But the self-involved narcissists occupying Perry’s arena also happen to be impressively fleshed out compelling characters that makes this triptych of their miserable emotional periods so engrossing. Sprawling, unkempt, and often unlikeable, it’s one of the most impressively written and astutely performed films you’ll see this year.
We meet Philip (Jason Schwartzman) as he meets up with an ex-girlfriend for lunch, basically to gloat over his looming success as an author, celebrating the publication of his first novel. An omniscient narrator (Eric Bogosnian) begins to guide us through Philip’s (and eventually, »
- Nicholas Bell
The start of production on "Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass" isn't the only Tim Burton news happening. Additionally, newly released, are the first two images (below) from the Burton directed "Big Eyes." The stills, which first appeared in USA Today, show Amy Adams by herself, painting, in one image and her with Christoph Waltz in the other. In both, Adams has a painting of a girl with large eyes, but one will note that it is not the same painting across the two images. Burton's new movie, which opens on December 25th, is based on the true story of Margaret and Walter Keane, with Adams and Waltz taking on those two roles. The Keanes met in the 1950s and gained fame due to the paintings of children with large, sad, eyes, which were terribly popular in the '50s and '60s. Eventually, the marriage fell apart and »
- Josh Lasser
The Weinstein Company has released the first two Big Eyes images online. Tim Burton's latest film focuses on the artistic coupling of Margaret (Amy Adams) and Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz). Walter became famous in the 1950s and 60s for paintings featuring saucer-eyed kids, though it was the shy Margaret who really did the work. Margaret eventually tired of the misplaced credit, which led to a divorce and a heated court battle to prove authorship of the paintings. I would love to see Burton take on a worthwhile story again, and this one has the potential to catapult him back to making an interesting movie with real characters as opposed to Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter being weird for 100 minutes. Hit the jump to check out the Big Eyes images. The film also stars Krysten Ritter, Terrence Stamp, Jason Schwartzman, and Danny Huston. Big Eyes opens December 25th. Via USA Today. »
- Matt Goldberg
USA Today has our first look at director Tim Burton's Big Eyes, which follows the plight of American artists Margaret and Walter Keane, the husband and wife team responsible for launching the 'Big Eyed' kids trend in the 50s and 60s. Here, we see Amy Adams bringing Margaret to life alongside one of her iconic paintings. And a second photo offers our first look at Christoph Waltz as Walter, who was taken to court over the authorship of his shared work with his wife. Check it out and then read on for more about this intriguing new biopic.
"I remember the pictures from the 1960s, they were everywhere."
He also wasn't surprised when he heard that »
The film is based on the true story of Walter Keane (Waltz), "who was one of the most successful painters 1950s and early 1960s. The artist earned staggering notoriety by revolutionizing the commercialization and accessibility of popular art with his enigmatic paintings of waifs with big eyes. The truth would eventually be discovered though: Keane's were actually not created by him at all, but by his wife, Margaret (Adams). The Keanes, it seemed, had been living a lie that had grown to gigantic proportions."
Waltz said in an interview:
I remember the pictures from the 1960s, they were everywhere. We train ourselves to look for drama, to go for conflict because those are the stories worth telling. It would be expected that this (situation) too would be something extraordinary. »
- Joey Paur
Big Eyes follows the husband-and-wife team from their first meeting in the 1950s through to their success in the 1960s, when Walter began taking credit for Margaret’s paintings of children with large eyes, leading to a long-running feud between the two that culminated with a court case in the 1980s.
Big Eyes is set for release in the States on December 25th, with a cast that also includes Jason Schwartzman (Moonrise Kingdom), Danny Huston (Hitchcock), Terence Stamp (The Art of the Steal) and Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad).
- Gary Collinson
I’m looking forward to this and not just for the masterful Amy Adams but also because we’ll see Tim Burton move over to more ‘traditional’ cinema roots to tell the real-life story of painter Margaret Keane in Big Eyes.
Keane had huge success in the 1950s with her work but in the 1960s her husband, Walter Keane, took credit for her paintings and they then hit immensely difficult times with legal battles that would effect them both in every possible human way. In Tim Burton’s film, Margaret is portrayed by Amy Adams (already rumoured to give another amazing performance), alongside Christoph Waltz playing Walter, the man who tries to take away her talent and we all know he can play calm-to-crazy extremely well.
We also know what Burton can do and I hope, and always believe, that this move away from the more obscure might be a »
- Dan Bullock
Exactly four weeks after NBC aired the final episodes of Undateable‘s first season, its star and executive producer took to Twitter with some very good news: Danny and the gang are coming back for a second season.
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Chris D’Elia was the first to share the comedy’s Season 2 renewal, which TVLine has confirmed:
Here to report – Undateable season 2 is a Go. Operation: Chris buys a spaceship is coming to fruition.—
Chris D'Elia (@chrisdelia) August 01, 2014
Executive producer Bill Lawrence quickly followed that up with his own version of the »
When the show returns next Monday (NBC, 8/7c), Stiller and noted survivalist Bear Grylls will be making a two-day excursion to Northern Scotland, where they’ll be exploring the rocky mountains of the Isle of Skye. But as seen in the clip below, the Secret Life of Walter Mitty star might not be up for the challenge.
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Just after Logo announced it was picking up Krysten Ritter’s B—- in Apartment 23, she now lands a role on The Blacklist. She will play a troubled data security firm analyst in the second season in a returning role. She will be joining the likes of Mozhan Marnò & Mary-Louise Parker, both who were also announced for a reoccurring roles. The Blacklist second season will hold a split season ending in November and starting back up after Super Bowl next year.
This upcoming season sounds like it will be huge. We’re sure that Krysten won’t fail to upset people as she has shown her kooky side well. It is just a shame that she has to land a small role after she did have a leading. It will be interesting to see if she has been locked into a certain style of a character or not. We »
- Sarah Peel
Shortly after it was announced at Comic-Con that “Weeds” alum Mary-Louise Parker will join “The Blacklist” season two in a recurring role, it’s been revealed that “Breaking Bad” actress Krysten Ritter is also adding her name to the list.
Ritter will guest star in the Sept. 22 premiere of the NBC drama currently filming in New York, Variety has confirmed. She will play Rowan Mills, a troubled analyst at a data security firm.
She’s currently booked to appear only in the opener. Along with playing Jesse Pinkman’s girlfriend Jane in season two of “Breaking Bad,” she’s known for starring in comedy “Don’t Trust the B– in Apartment 23,” which was canceled by ABC after its first season.
- Alex Stedman
Krysten Ritter‘s name has been added to “The Blacklist.” The former “Breaking Bad” actress has been cast for the second season of the NBC drama, which stars James Spader as former government agent and fugitive from justice Raymond “Red” Reddington. Also read: Mary-Louise Parker to Join ‘The Blacklist’ in Season 2 Ritter will appear on the Sept. 22 season premiere of the series, playing Rowan Mills, a troubled analyst at a data security firm. News of Ritter's casting comes days after NBC's announcement that “Weeds” alum Mary-Louise Parker had been cast in the Season 2 premiere. Also read: NBC New Schedule: ‘Blacklist’ Shifts to. »
- Tim Kenneally
At Comic-Con, it was revealed that Mary-Louise Parker is coming to The Blacklist’s second season as recurring character Naomi Hyland, someone with some ties to Reddington. And now, there’s another woman joining the fun.
EW has confirmed that Krysten Ritter will guest star in The Blacklist’s season-two opener. According to TV Fanatic, which first reported the news, she will play Rowan Mills, “a troubled analyst at a data security firm.” There’s no word yet on whether Ritter will appear in more than one episode. »
- Samantha Highfill
As part of its seeming bid to give every brunette actress in SAG a Season 2 role, NBC’s The Blacklist has now tapped Krysten Ritter for a guest-starring gig.
As first reported by TV Fanatic, ABC’s former B— in Apartment 23 will appear in the Season 2 premiere, airing Monday, Sept. 22, as a troubled data security firm analyst.
HBO is adapting Broadway play All the Way as a movie. Bryan Cranston, who won a Tony for his portrayal as President Lyndon Johnson, will reprise his role. The story follow Johnson in the year after Kennedy‘s assassination.
Dermot Mulroney has signed up for a story arc on Shameless as Fiona‘s latest suitor. While he’ll play a new character, TVLine describes him as basically replacing the character that was played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Former Daily Show showrunner Rory Albanese — who worked on the show for 14 years — is returning to Comedy Central’s late night lineup. He’ll be in charge of the upcoming Minority Report, the show that will replace The Colbert Report. That sounds like a pretty promising sign.
The Daily Beast says that Barbara Walters was “enthusiastic” about »
- Lyle Masaki
ABC cancelled Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 last year in the middle of its second season. Despite of the cult following it did not fit in with the rest of the network and fell flat in ratings. This Krysten Ritter found herself needing a new show and job. Luckily ABC did release the remainder of the episodes online. Now it appears that fans can relive the badness on screen as Logo picked it up. Will air the last so-called lost episodes of season 2 (all 8), as well as the previously seen episodes. The series kicks off on July 19th, with a 16 episode marathon.
This is good news is that fans can relive these special moments. Perhaps depending on how well the series performs maybe Logo could pick up new seasons? Sure, that is a long shot but we could hope. Especially since we are seeing a lot »
- Sarah Peel
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