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Brooklyn Decker and her husband, tennis star Andy Roddick, have welcomed their first child together. Brooklyn Decker, Andy Roddick Welcome Child Decker gave birth to her first child with Roddick on Wednesday, Sept. 30. As of yet, the sex and name of the couple’s new baby has not been revealed. Decker and Roddick announced that they […]
- Chelsea Regan
Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick are parents! According to Us Weekly, the couple welcomed a baby boy on Wednesday in Austin, TX. The pair, who tied the knot in a gorgeous ceremony in April 2009, announced their exciting pregnancy news with an adorable Instagram photo in May. Shortly after, the actress and retired tennis star popped up at the iHeartRadio Country Festival, and Brooklyn already had that pregnancy glow. Congratulations to the new parents! »
- Monica Sisavat
Welcome to the world of motherhood, Brooklyn Decker! The 28-year-old supermodel and actress welcomed her first child with husband Andy Roddick, 33, on Sept. 30, People and Us Weekly reported on Sunday. The couple has not commented. Decker gave birth to a baby boy in Austin Texas, Us Weekly said. The baby's arrival signals the end of a pregnancy journey that appeared to be nothing short of smooth for Decker. When sitting down with E! News just before summer kicked off, the Grace and Frankie star shared how well she was feeling while expecting. "I feel great, luckily," she explained while trying to conceal her baby bump. "I'm wearing a tent »
The couple has welcomed their first child together, according to Us Weekly.
Brooklyn gave birth to a baby boy on Wednesday, September 30 in Austin, Texas the mag reported.
Photos: Hot Shots Of Brooklyn Decker
The new parents first announced they were expecting a child back in May.
"So this happened... #the3ofus @andyroddick," Brooklyn captioned an Instagram photo of herself cradling her baby bump at the time. ...
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He’s here! Brooklyn Decker and her husband, tennis great Andy Roddick, welcomed their first child together — a baby boy — in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, Sept. 30, Us Weekly can exclusively confirm. The pair, who announced their pregnancy on May 2, have been keeping fans posted on the progress of their little bundle of joy via social media in recent months, with Decker, 28, sharing snaps of her growing baby bump. In September, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model posted a casual snap of herself in a white T-shirt and [...] »
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Wes Anderson’s leap through the animated realm was a key moment that shifted his filmic characterization toward metaphysical poignancy, thus making way for Moonrise Kingdom, an impressionistically stylized portrait of a pre-Vietnam adolescent bliss. It’s not just Pierret Le Fou for children, but a story about the recreation of storytelling, appropriating aesthetics from low and high arts to burn memories of innocent times as a protection against the fears of adulthood, portrayed here as a melancholic, »
- TFS Staff
Fatherhood can't come soon enough for Andy Roddick! The former tennis champ is opening up about expecting his first child with Brooklyn Decker, telling The New York Post's Page Six that his wife's pregnancy, "becomes more real by the day." "It's something that's been done a million times before... but to feel the baby moving around... it kind of just blows your mind... and now we're at the point where we just want it to be here," Roddick revealed. The Grace and Frankie star first flaunted her tiny bump back in May, and has since documented tidbits of her experience as a soon-to-be baby mama on Instagram. What has the »
Brooklyn Decker's got a baby on board! The model posted an adorable selfie on Instagram earlier that perfectly showed off her growing baby bump. "The tot and I #pimpinjoy," the expectant beauty wrote as a caption. Back in early May, it was revealed that the actress was expecting her first child with hubby Andy Roddick. "So this happened... #the3ofus," she wrote on social media during the big debut of her baby bump. Her rep also confirmed the exciting family news to E! News at the time, adding, "I'm happy to confirm Brooklyn and Andy are expecting a new addition to their family in the autumn of this year." So just how is »
The grassroots environmental organization formed the council to raise awareness and finance future campaigns. The group has set a goal to eliminate fossil fuels and achieve a clean energy economy by 2050.
“We’re very fortunate when our entertainment partners are able to shine their powerful spotlight on our work to explore, enjoy and protect the planet,” said Melissa Sun, Sierra Club’s director of entertainment partnerships. “Whether they want to help get kids and veterans outdoors or combat climate change, we collaborate to ensure that moment makes an impact.”
Complete list of members:
- Seth Kelley
For the last half a century or so, Americans have been on a seemingly never-ending quest for physical perfection. This has manifested itself in the proliferation of cosmetic surgeons, health food stores, diet books and programs, and the wide spread, often popping up overnight, health clubs (Aka spa, the gym, the fitness center, etc…). So, naturally these places would become a movie location, in comedies (in the 63′ classic original The Nutty Professor, Jerry Lewis causes havoc at a “Vic Tanny Gym”) to documentaries (the Pumping Iron flicks). Then there’s those hybrid comedy/drama/romances like the John Travolta 1984 vehicle Perfect and the Robert Altman ensemble called, simply, Health. Now, in this new low-budget “indie” flick, three unlikely (and often unloveable) characters come together when one of them heads into a health club (sounds like an old joke set-up, “A guy walks into a spa…”), hoping, needing ,to achieve eventually, »
- Jim Batts
Opening in theaters and on VOD this Friday is Computer Chess filmmaker Andrew Bujalski’s new film Results, and in anticipation of the release we at Collider are happy to bring you an exclusive new clip from the comedy. The film stars Kevin Corrigan as a recently divorced, newly rich, and miserable man who seeks out a personal trainer with the goal of being able to “take a punch.” He subsequently crosses paths with a local gym owner (Guy Pearce) and a job-obsessed trainer (Cobie Smulders), and the three strike up a tense, strange, and dynamic relationship. This new clip shows the first meeting between Corrigan and Pearce’s characters, as the trainer tries to suss out what Corrigan’s personal goals are in terms of fitness. The scene portrays the tone of the film quite well, which is a mix of odd, charming, and funny. Watch the clip below. »
- Adam Chitwood
Grace and Frankie, Season 1
Premiered May 8th, 2015 on Netflix
On the surface, Grace and Frankie sounds almost too good to be true. The title characters (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, respectively) are two septuagenarians whose husbands, Robert and Sol (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) announce that they are leaving the women for each other. The strengths and legacies of the actors, the contrast in personalities, and the core hook of the show sound as if they’re tailor-made to deliver Netflix’s next binge-worthy addiction.
It’s a shame, then, that Grace and Frankie squanders its potential with writing that’s flat, unoriginal, and downright uninspired. There’s a plethora of problems with the writing throughout the season, but most notable among them is that creators Marta Kauffman (co-creator of Friends) and Howard J. Morris can’t seem to decide what kind »
- Max Bledstein
Netflix has renewed its septuagenarian sitcom, "Grace and Frankie," for a second season. Starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as two very different women who turn to each other for comfort when their husbands (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) divorce them to marry each other, "Grace and Frankie" is created and executive produced by Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris. The series also co-stars Brooklyn Decker and a scene-stealing June Diane Raphael. In her review of the series, Women and Hollywood TV critic Sara Stewart praised the show's two leads: "Tomlin and Fonda really are living it up in these roles, getting in some great digs about the invisibility of old age and the cosmic Wtf of having your life uprooted at an age when you thought everything was more or less settled. They look terrific, and their comic timing is impeccable." Unfortunately, their sparkling performances haven't been adequately remunerated -- a situation the two. »
- Inkoo Kang
Get ready for more Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin! Variety has confirmed that Netflix has renewed the Fonda/Tomlin starring vehicle Grace and Frankie for a second season. It is expected that Season 2, which also stars Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston, will debut in 2016. From Marta Kauffman (Friends) and Howard J. Morris (Home Improvement), Grace and Frankie tells the story of two frenemies who find solace in each other after their husbands surprise them with the revelation that they are both gay and planning to marry. The series also features the characters’ children (Brooklyn Decker, June Diane Raphael, Ethan Embry, and Baron Vaughn) in lead roles, and Season 1 guest stars have included such names as Craig T. Nelson and Ernie Hudson, among others. Grace and Frankie got off to a bit of a slow and uneven start, but the series really begins to find itself in its third episode and truly comes into… »
- Jasef Wisener
Given the warm reception for the show’s charming first season, it should come as no surprise that Netflix has seen fit to renew comedy Grace and Frankie for a second season, to debut sometime next year.
The streaming service has a long-standing tradition of standing behind its originals – even less successful bids like Hemlock Grove and Marco Polo have earned second-season pickups, while it’s generally expected that the network will keep ordering more of its hit Orange is the New Black for as long as creator Jenji Kohan wants to keep making it (the unusually busy cast of House of Cards makes it a little less of a sure thing year after year).
Grace and Frankie was a deceptively audacious move for Netflix, however, lacking the four-quadrant hook that most of the streaming service’s other offerings have featured. The comedy centers on two aging women (Fonda and »
- Isaac Feldberg
Prepping for parenthood? Andy Roddick and his wife Brooklyn Decker, who's currently pregnant and expecting the couple's first child, went on a "massive" shopping spree on Tuesday, May 26. "Huge thanks to @retailmenot and @samsclub for gifting @ARFoundation with a massive shopping spree," the actress, 28, wrote on Instagram, alongside a cute photo with the former tennis pro. Together, the couple make shocked expressions inside the wholesale club while holding up a ridiculously long paper receipt. Their shopping excursion on Tuesday, however, wasn't for personal reasons. Decker shared [...] »
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TV Worth Watching
"Critics' Choice Television Awards" (Sunday on A&E at 8 p.m.)
FX's final season of "Justified" and HBO's "Olive Kitteridge" have the most nominations going into this year's live show, which is hosted by Cat Deeley. A one-hour red carpet special will air before the awards are handed out. Check out the nominations. Hopefully there will be some memorable/juicy moments and speeches.
"Game of Thrones" (Sunday on HBO at 9 p.m.)
If you're not into awards shows, or you just want something to cut to during commericals or boring speeches, "Game of Thrones" will be airing Season 5, Episode 8, "Hardhome" on May 31. In this episode, Arya will make progress in her training, Sansa will confront an old friend, Cersei will "struggle," and Jon will »
- Gina Carbone
Results Magnolia Pictures Reviewed by: Tami Smith, Guest Reviewer for Shockya.. Grade: B Director: Andrew Bujalski Screenwriter: Andrew Bujalski Cast: Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker, Constance Zimmer Opens: May 29, 2015 At the final quarter of Results, Danny (Kevin Corrigan) says to three young women sitting on a living room sofa: “Hey, I am having a party tonight and you are invited”. The ladies look at this flabby, divorced man in his mid-forties in disbelief, so he continues: “I am no douche bag, you know?” Danny arrived to Texas directly from New York City, after his mother’s death. Since he was awarded [ Read More ]
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- Harvey Karten
Brooklyn Decker stood out in blue as she made her way to a taping of the Today show in NYC on Monday morning. The actress has been busy promoting her new series, Grace and Frankie, which was released on Netflix on May 8. The comedy isn't the only thing Brooklyn has on her plate though, since she's expecting her first child with husband Andy Roddick. The couple, married since 2009, announced Brooklyn's pregnancy earlier this month with a sweet Instagram snap. In the days following they showed up at the iHeartRadio Country Festival in Austin, TX, and attended Andy's annual foundation gala. »
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