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Welcome to Nashville, princess.
Jessy Schram, Aka Once Upon a Time‘s “Ella,” makes her first appearance on the country-music drama on Dec. 9. Too bad it seems like she’s arriving in Music City just as some major trouble is about to hit.
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But let’s do the good news first: As previously reported, Schram’s recurring character, Cash Gray, is the daughter of Deacon’s business partner/former Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor — which is probably why Deke looks so happy to see her in the photos below. Cash is »
Though actor Reid Ewing was praised last week for a brave admission over his plastic surgery addiction and body images issues – blink and you’d miss the 27-year-old coming out of the closet on Twitter over the weekend. On Saturday, Ewing, best known for his role as Sarah Hyland‘s bumbly boyfriend Dylan on “Modern Family,” was watching a “Good Morning America” segment on body dysmorphia tweeting he thought the man featured in the story was “hot af,” as in hot as f–k. The tweet prompted a fan to ask, “Did you also just out yourself?” Ewing simply responded by saying, »
- Itay Hod
In the months since the mysterious ‘A’ was revealed back in August, Pretty Little Liars has been undergoing a bit of an overhaul behind the scenes. When the show returns in January, the story will take a five-year time jump to see how the Liars have got on in the years since the revelation.
As for an eventual endgame for the series on the whole – we could one day see a feature film as well. Speaking on Good Morning America, Pretty Little Liars executive producer I. Marlene King has teased the possibility of a movie.
“We’ve got some really big ideas for a great Pll movie,” King revealed, “but that won’t happen right after the series ends.”
“I think we’ll take a little break »
It's a Gma family reunion! Good Morning America recently marked its 40th anniversary and to celebrate, former hosts, weather anchors and other stars, such as Diane Sawyer, 69, Charlie Gibson, 72, and Sam Champion, 54, appeared together on the show on Thursday and on its "40 for 40" livestream. The old gang recalled memories of working on the show. Gibson talked about working with Sawyer, his former co-anchor, on her first day. She joined Gma in 1999 after working as morning news reporter for CBS, a correspondent for CBS' 60 Minutes for five years and later, as a co-anchor of ABC's Primetime Live and 20/20. "What I »
A version of this story first appeared in the Nov. 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe. By the time executives at ABC decided that it should have a morning program, NBC's Today show had been waking up America for more than 20 years. Good Morning America did not exactly get off to an auspicious start in November 1975. Many of ABC's stations declined to carry this experiment out of the entertainment division, which had tapped an actor — David Hartman — to inform bleary-eyed viewers. (The show would later be
- Marisa Guthrie
If you're worried about Pretty Little Liars ending forever, we've got good news: it's probably not. Even if the series takes a bow after a possibly final seventh season, Marlene King is giving us serious hope for a follow-up movie. The boss of all things Pretty Little Liars joined Good Morning America's 40 for 40 livestream to celebrate the morning show's 40th anniversary this evening and spilled a bit about what's to come on the ABC Family series, including a possible movie. "We've got some really big ideas for a great Pll movie, but that won't happen right after the series ends," King shared on the live stream. "I think we'll take a »
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During a live-stream interview with Good Morning America on Wednesday night — as part of the ABC news show’s 40-hour celebration for its 40th anniversary — executive producer Marlene King fielded fan questions about the show, including one asking whether or not we can expect to see Aria, Hanna, Emily and Spencer on the big screen. »
Charlie Sheen’s announcement he is HIV-positive delivered NBC’s Today an outright win in the morning infotainment ratings race. The broadcast drew 5.54 million total viewers and 2.31 mil in the key demo, according to early stats. That topped ABC’s Good Morning America by 803K total viewers and 542K in the news demo. Today beat CBS This Morning by 1.9M viewers and 1.1M news demo viewers. "I'm here to admit that I'm in fact HIV-positive," Sheen told Matt Lauer yesterday… »
Burt Reynolds says he regrets turning down the role of James Bond in 1970. Appearing on the TV show Good Morning America to promote his new autobiography, But Enough About Me, the actor said he was offered the chance to take over from George Lazenby after the Australian actor quit the Bond series following his debut in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 1969.
“I think I could have done it well,” said Reynolds, who at the time he was offered the 007 role was a relatively unknown actor. His breakout role was in Deliverance in 1972. “In my stupidity, I said, ‘An American can’t play James Bond, it has to be an Englishman – Bond, James Bond. Nah, I can’t do it.’ Oops. Yeah, I could have done it. »
- Ben Child
Barbara Walters will sit down with presidential candidate Donald Trump and his family for an hourlong interview set to air Friday night on “20/20,” ABC said Tuesday. The wide-ranging interview will feature Trump’s wife Melania in her first broadcast interview since her husband declared his presidential run, as well as Trump’s children.
Walters retired from ABC News in May 2014, but returned to the network later in the year for her “10 Most Fascinating People” series. Her Investigation Discovery special, “Barbara Walters Presents American Scandal,” premiered at the beginning of this month.
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Uzo Aduba has left Apa and has signed with UTA, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The two-time Emmy winner and stage actress became »
- Whitney Friedlander and Rick Kissell
Barbara Walters will interview Donald Trump for ABC News, the network announced on Tuesday. The Gop presidential candidate will sit down for a comprehensive interview with his wife, Melania for an interview that will air Friday, Nov. 20 on “20/20.” The first portion of the interview will hit screens Tuesday on “World News Tonight With David Muir” at 6:30 p.m. Pt. Additional segments will air on the news network’s other programs and platforms throughout the week, including “Good Morning America” and “Nightline.” Also read: 3 Donald Trump Rivals Demand Equal Airtime After 'SNL' Gig The interview will be Melania »
- Reid Nakamura
Lots of famous folks have been throwing their support behind Jennifer Lawrence after the actress penned a scathing essay condemning Hollywood's gender-based wage gap. Now, a fellow Oscar winner -- and previous America's Sweetheart title-holder -- is also chiming in with her approval.
"I applaud her. She's a young, fabulous, talented whippersnapper and I love that she's stirring things up," Roberts told "Gma."
And the lovefest didn't stop there.
" ... [S]he's so energetic and seems to speak her mind and I think it's great. I think it's great to kind of shake things up," the actress added. "I think it's great to go, 'Excuse me. Over here. I know something now and I'm frustrated by it and why is this?'"
Like Lawrence is now, »
- Katie Roberts
On Tuesday, Avril Lavigne took to Instagram to further update her fans on her ongoing battle with Lyme disease. In two photos from her visit to the doctor's office, Avril is shown lying on an exam table. The captions read, "Overcoming Lyme Disease. Feels good to have my Dr. smile and tell me how much progress I am making. I'm coming out on the other side batches!!! #Fighter #F*ckLymeDisease," and, "Fight and Conquer !!!!!!!!! #F*ckLymeDisease." Avril first revealed she was suffering from undisclosed health issues in December 2014. Months later, she opened up about her Lyme disease diagnosis, saying she was "bedridden for five months" because of the illness, and during an interview with Good Morning America in June, Avril got emotional when talking about her treatment. Keep reading to see Avril's latest Instagram snaps, and then relive her inspiring performance from the Special Olympics this year. »
- Monica Sisavat
It has been just over one year since legendary comedian Robin Williams passed away, and while some fans are still mourning this loss, some will rest easy by knowing that his voice and likeness won't be exploiting for quite some time. The Sunday Times reports that Disney had been planning a sequel to their 1992 animated classic Aladdin, where they planned on using Robin Williams recordings that never made it into the final movie for this sequel. As it turns out, the actor's will prevents anyone from exploiting his name, likeness or voice for the next 25 years, which lead the studio to scrap their plans. Here's what an unnamed former Disney executive had to say.
"When he was on form, the hyperactive motormouth we love from Good Morning, Vietnam, Hook, Dead Poets Society and Mrs. Doubtfire, Robin was making 30 jokes a minute. Now, because he insisted on a final say on such material, »
Victoria Beckham may have had the best date ever at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in NYC on Monday night. The designer walked the red carpet with her 16-year-old son, Brooklyn, and the handsome teen showed off a dapper look next to his stunning mom, who wore a strappy red gown. Brooklyn's appearance comes just a week after Victoria brought his younger brothers, Romeo and Cruz, out on the town for a Burberry event in London. Victoria was recognized at Glamour's annual ceremony for her work as a fashion designer and philanthropist, and joined other honorees Amy Schumer, Reese Witherspoon, and Caitlyn Jenner. Brooklyn took the stage to present his mom with her trophy, and the two shared an adorable hug to cement the moment. Earlier in the day, Victoria made an appearance on Good Morning America with the magazine's editor-in-chief, Cynthia Leive, to talk about the big honor, »
- Brittney Stephens
It's Shonda Rhimes' Year of Yes and she's not letting anything hold her back. The 46-year-old wildly successful television producer opened up to Ellen DeGeneres and Good Morning America's Juju Chang respectively about how her newfound approach to her personal fears—saying yes to everything that scares her— has influenced her outlook on weight loss. With the debut of her first book, Year of Yes, Rhimes, who previously suffered from debilitating anxiety in public situations, acknowledged the moment she realized her weight was affecting her life. "I got on an airplane. I was going to NY from La and it was like a first class seat," she »
In 1988, Debi Thomas made history as the first African-American athlete to win a medal at the Winter Olympics, taking home the bronze medal for Ladies’ Singles. She went on to become an orthopedic surgeon. But since then, things have unraveled and Thomas is now speaking out about her dire current situation. "Suddenly, you're like, 'I can't even pay my phone bill, I can't even pay this,’” Thomas, 48, told Good Morning America on Monday, Nov. 9, of her current financial status. "People don't understand; anybody could [...] »
Silver Skies screens Sunday November 8th at 6:45pm at The Tivoli Theater as part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival. The film’s director, Rosemary Rodriguez, will be in attendance and will receive Sliff’s ‘Women in Film’ Award.Ticket information for the event can be found Here
Review by Dana Jung.
Today, more than ever, with our shortened attention spans, inundation by multi-media delivery systems, and almost obsessive need for instant information, it is easy to forget the wonderful actors of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s who inspired and influenced us. So many great moments created by sometimes iconic performers live on in the movies and television of certain eras. From Mr. Spock to Archie Bunker, Annie Hall to James Bond, or Mrs. Peel to Lieutenant Columbo, these and other memorable characters fueled everything from fashion choices to sexual fantasies. That’s why the new »
- Movie Geeks
NY Yankees star Cc Sabathia says he desperately tried to cover up his alcoholism for years -- boozing hard in secret hotel binges -- until finally realizing he needed to address the problem. "In 2012, I kind of came to the realization I was an alcoholic," Sabathia said on ABC's "Good Morning America" ... "and I was kind of battling it without any help." "I would go a couple, you know, two, three months at a time sober, »
- TMZ Staff
Susan Williams, the widow of comedian Robin Williams, claims she “was forced” into a battle with the actor’s three children over his estate. “And when I say that, here’s what happened. Two and a half weeks after Robin had left, I was still in shock. And not back in our home,” Susan said in part two of her interview with Good Morning America” on Wednesday. “After being in the trenches with my husband for so long and trying to solve this thing, after seven years together in love, I was told that I might not be able to be able to keep our. »
- Joe Otterson
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