A Time for Heroes raises critical funds needed to end AIDS in children. Since its founding and the first A Time for Heroes festival 28 years ago, Egpaf has reached over 27 million women worldwide with lifesaving services. As always, there will be delicious food from top local eateries, games for all ages, and high-energy entertainment, including live music by Ocean Park Standoff.
The 2017 Heroes Host Committee includes: Ed Harris (Westworld; The Last Full Measure), Martel & Tony Hale(Veep), Tori Spelling (Beverly Hills, 90210) & Dean McDermott (Chopped Canada), Mason Cook (Speechless), Tia Mowry-Hardrict (The Game), Tamera Mowry-Housley (The Real), Rebecca Gayheart (Grey Lady) & Eric Dane (Grey’s Anatomy; The Last Ship), Nolan Gould (Modern Family), Gilles Marini (Sex and the City; Switched at Birth), Nia Long
“Can I say ‘bitches?’” she asks a local newscaster and then, when she gets the green light, immediately and involuntarily exclaims, “s—.” The journalist, played by Thea McCartan, responds she can’t say that, to which Aleida replies, “What kind of f—ing bulls— rule is that?”
Although the writers may have simply been trying to show that Aleida was not as media savvy as she was street smart in this episode, which was written by co-exec producer Lauren Morelli, “in a lot of ways, we’re all like Aleida,” says writer-producer Carolina Paiz.
After years of working on broadcast TV, Paiz understands Aleida’s frustrations. On network shows, she notes, “We’re constantly censoring or told to self-censor
The core “Modern Family” kids have closed their deals to sign onto two more seasons of the ABC sitcom, Variety has learned. Insiders say “significant” pay raises were given to each of the young adult actors — Rico Rodriguez, Nolan Gould, Sarah Hyland and Ariel Winter.
Kids actors Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, who plays Lily, and Jeremy Maguire, who plays Joe, joined the series later on in its run and have more time left on their current deals, unlike the other four TV kids, who are now all adults and at least the age of 18 in real life.
ABC and 20th Century Fox Television declined to comment on the actor deals.
The close of the younger actors’ contracts marks the end of rather lengthy negotiations for the regular “Modern Family” cast, who are now all officially set for Seasons 9 and 10. In early May, ABC
ABC will be giving you more Family time for some time.
The network has renewed Modern Family for a ninth and tenth season, EW has learned. Similar to seasons 7 and 8, seasons 9 and 10 will each consist of 22 episodes. The renewal will hurtle the show past the 200-episode milestone midway into next season, as 188 episodes will have aired after the season 8 finale next Wednesday. It also wraps up a negotiating process that was lengthy but not nearly as contentious as the one in 2012, when adult cast members boycotted a table read and
The long-running 20th Century Fox Television comedy’s season-eight finale is scheduled to air May 17. The renewal signals a conclusion to lengthy negotiations with the show’s adult cast members, whose contracts expire at the end of the current season.
Sources tell Variety that most of the show’s core cast members — Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, and Ty Burrell — will see their paychecks rise to nearly $500,000 per episode for the next two seasons, up from about $350,000 under their previous contracts. Ed O’Neill has in the past commanded a higher fee as he has since the series premiere. O’Neill also has a bigger profit participation stake than his co-stars given his higher profile at the time the series bowed in 2009.
The other five actors earned small profit-participation stakes in the show during the previous contract
Levitan — joined by his cast Sofia Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Ariel Winter, Nolan Gould and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons — said Wednesday evening during “Modern Family’s” Fyc panel that a writers room is about be up and running for Season 9.
Asked by Variety‘s Elizabeth Wagmeister, who moderated the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences panel at the Saban Media Center, where the storyline will go next season, Levitan responded, “In about a month or so, the writers will re-gather and we will sit down and we will start the season with a big, ‘What now?’”
Levitan’s comments come as the studio, 20th Century Fox TV, and network, ABC, are negotiating to close a new license-fee deal for another season. 20th
The Modern Family star attended an ABC screening event with her castmates on Wednesday in North Hollywood, California, and there's no doubt that the 19-year-old actress was the center of attention, thanks to her risqué look.
Watch: Ariel Winter Flashes Lots of Underboob, Kisses Boyfriend Levi Meaden in Throwback Coachella Shots
Winter went full-on glam for the occasion, showing off her voluptuous curves in a cleavage-baring gold mini dress, which she paired with matching metallic heels.
Revealing, yes, but perfect for a fancy A-list soiree! But here's the twist -- the event was very casual. So laid-back, in fact, that many of her co-stars showed up in jeans.
Nolan Gould, Steven Levitan, Eric Stonestreet, Julie Bowen, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ty Burrell were all there, sporting cool, but informal, ensembles, a major contrast to Winter's flashy number.
Of course, this is not
The series, developed by executive producer Chris Sonnenburg and Shane Prigmore, is based on Disney’s 2010 hit film “Tangled” and reunites its stars Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi to continue Rapunzel and Flynn Rider’s adventures. It takes place in the time between the events of the movie and the 2012 short, “Tangled Ever After,” which features the characters’ wedding. The TV movie also features new music by composer Alan Menken with lyrics by Glenn Slater.
Moore and Levi were on hand to usher in the new series along with other stars providing voices, including “Modern Family” star Julie Bowen, with her three sons in tow, and Diedrich Bader.
Moore, who is currently starring in NBC’s hit “This Is Us,” said she was excited to come back and
Sofia Vergara marked the final day of shooting season eight of Modern Family by sharing sweet photos with some of her co-stars.
"Last shooting day" Vegara captioned an Instagram selfie on Friday, which followed snaps of co-stars Julie Bowen and Ty Burrell, and a fun dance video with Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
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Last week, Vergara captured the final days of filming by sharing candids from inside her trailer, and a "girls shoot" with Bowen, Ariel Winter, Sarah Hyland and Aubrey Anderson-Emmons. She also posted a pic of Benjamin Bratt, and her TV husband, Ed O’Neill, along with a cast photo captioned,"Mi Familia Moderna"(Modern Family).
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If it's not already clear just how close the cast has become over the
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