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It looks like Bob Saget wasn't the only Full House star who didn't make the cut for Mary-Kate Olsen's surprise wedding. A few more of the young celeb's co-stars addressed her out-of-left-field nuptials to Olivier Sarkozy this weekend, and although they weren't there to witness the ceremony firsthand, there's nothing but love between these stars. Dave Coulier, who played Uncle Joey, told E! News, "I'd like to congratulate Mary-Kate and wish her and her husband all the happiness in the world. Sending my love." Meanwhile, Uncle Jesse, er, John Stamos, posted a sweet throwback snapshot of himself with Mary-Kate and twin sister Ashley Olsen with the caption, "'In the blink of an »
Mary-Kate Olsen tied the knot with Olivier Sarkozy on Friday, People confirmed. The actress's former Full House costar Bob Saget revealed that he was not one of the lucky invited guests during his Today show appearance on Monday. "I was not invited, but I'm very happy and I sent a Mazel tov text," he said. "I love her very much. I hope they're happy." According to Page Six, the couple tied the knot in a small ceremony in Manhattan on Nov. 27. The 29-year-old fashion designer first began dating the 46-year-old half-brother of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy in 2012, and news of their engagement broke in February 2014. Soon after, Mary-Kate showed off her massive diamond sparkler during an NYC outing. Congratulations to the newlyweds! »
- Monica Sisavat
Bob Saget confirmed Mary-Kate Olsen is married to Olivier Sarkozy during an appearance on NBC's Today Monday. "I was not invited, but I'm very happy and I sent a Mazel tov text," said Saget, who has remained friendly with his TV daughter over the years. "I'm very happy. I love her very much. I hope they're happy." It's unknown if any other Full House cast members were invited to the wedding, aside from Mary-Kate's sister, Ashley Olsen. The twins' younger sister, actress Elizabeth Olsen, recently told E! News that her family would be getting together over Thanksgiving weekend. "It's gonna be a family thing," the Avengers: Age of Ultron star, 26, said, adding, »
Mary-Kate Olsen is reportedly a married woman. The Full House alum and fashion designer married her longtime, investment banker boyfriend Olivier Sarkozy on Friday night, according to Page Six. The intimate New York ceremony was followed by a reception at a private residence in Manhattan, Page Six reported, adding that guests were required to turn in their cellphones and that the decor included "bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night.” Mary-Kate and her twin sister Ashley run fashion labels The Row and Elizabeth and James. See more Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen:
- Hilary Lewis
One of the Olsen twins is reportedly off the market. Mary-Kate Olsen, 29, married her longtime boyfriend, French banker Olivier Sarkozy, 46, on Friday in New York City, where they live, Page Six reported on Sunday. The two have not commented. The former Full House star and twin sister of Ashley Olsen and her husband, who is former French President Nicolas Sarkozy's half-brother, tied the knot at a private home in Manhattan in front of some 50 guests. They were offered "bowls and bowls filled with cigarettes, and everyone smoked the whole night," a source told Page Six. The names of the guests were not revealed. Mary-Kate and Ashley's sister »
If you’ve perused TVLine at any point in the last two years, we wouldn’t blame you for thinking you’d stepped into a time machine.
After all, we’ve found ourselves reporting more and more on TV series from the ’60s through the ’90s, many of which are getting a new lease on life in the not-too-distant future. (The X-Files! Full House! Twin Peaks, if you’re patient enough to wait until 2017!)
PhotosReboot This: Stars, Producers Pick the Shows (Buffy! Fnl! Golden Girls! Wonder Woman!) They’d Revive
But we’re not just talking about revivals of beloved series. »
Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen will definitely not appear in the Full House reboot Fuller House. Olsen Twins Not In ‘Fuller House’ Lori Loughlin, who is reprising the role of Becky Katsopolis in Fuller House, effectively put an end to speculation that Mary Kate and Ashley would appear in any capacity in the spinoff series […]
- Chelsea Regan
Newsflash: John Stamos was just as studly in high school as he was in Full House and is right now. And his hair? Even more spectacular. The 52-year-old actor posted on his Instagram page late on Thanksgiving, also Throwback Thursday, a photo of himself and his date at one of their high school proms. And Stamos' hair, as you can guess, is spectacular. It pairs perfectly with his cream, ruffled tux. Oh, the early '80s. "#Tbt #Prom #Hair," Stamos wrote. Stamos told The Santa Ana Orange County Register in 1989 that he really was pretty "dopey-looking" back then. "I was lame in high school," he added. "I wasn't an athlete or popular or »
This week Screen Crush writer Matt Singer coined the term legacyquel, a catch-all description of any new movie built to piggyback off of an earlier generation's fondness for said movie. And he is absolutely right when he says we are now living in the age of the legacyquel. In the past few years we've seen these franchise movies that combine past and present explode. X-Men: Days of Future Past, Tron: Legacy, A Good Day to Die Hard, Star Trek, Terminator Genisys, Vacation, Creed and, soon, Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But it's not just the big screen that's falling in love with the legacyquel. The small screen is catching on to the trend, too. Here's looking at you, impending returns for The X-Files, Twin Peaks and Full House. And now some...
- Peter Hall
While 90s nostalgia is still high, we're starting to see a love reemerge for all things Aughts. And this latest reunion news will hit hard and fast for anyone in their late teens or early twenties who grew up watching Drake & Josh on Nickelodeon. The duo are back! Only, they're not getting a new special or a TV reboot.
Instead, stars Drake Bell and Josh Peck are coming back together for an episode of Grandfathered. The John Stamos sitcom co-stars Peck. And soon, he will once again be teaming up with Bell, who will serve as a guest star. The episode won't air until spring 2016.
In this episode, Gerald, who is played by Josh Peck, and Vanessa, played by Christina Milian have an app idea that they are eager to pitch. Drake Bell will step in as the bombastic tech investor who may be interested in their idea. Of course, »
After months of waiting for a definitive answer, we now have one. The beloved character of Michelle Tanner will not be making an appearance on the new Netflix Full House reunion series. Former co-star Lori Loughlin, who will reprise her role as Aunt Becky in Fuller House, confirmed the news with The Huffington Post
Episodes of Fuller House have already taped in front of a live studio audience. And the half hour comedy will debut sometime in 2016 on the streaming service. But it will be without, arguably, the original show's most popular set of twins. While they were offered a chance to return, both Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen declined to participate. Perhaps it's because they would have had to share the role once again, something they haven't done since leaving the show in the 90s.
The pair portrayed the youngest member of the Tanner family for 8 seasons, and even »
It’s official: Netflix’s upcoming Tanner family reunion won’t include an appearance from Michelle.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who portrayed the youngest Tanner sibling on Full House, will definitely not appear on the streaming service’s Fuller House revival, co-star Lori Loughlin tells The Huffington Post.
RelatedFuller House: New Photos Reveal the Tanner Home’s Updated Look
Loughlin revealed that Season 1 of the continuation has “wrapped and they didn’t come in,” adding, “I don’t think they’re going to make a cameo [in future seasons]. They didn’t this season.”
Executive producer Robert L. Boyett initially said »
If you're still clinging onto hope that we'll see Mary-Kate Olsen and/or Ashley Olsen stop by Full House's sequel series, Fuller House, well you better "Cut. It. Out." Lori Loughlin, Aunt Becky on the sitcoms, told The Huffington Post filming on Fuller House has wrapped and the Olsens "didn't come in," as many suspected would be the case. When it was announced that Fuller House, which stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, was in the works with a reunion of the original cast planned, all eyes went to the Olsen twins. The fashion moguls said they hadn't heard about the project and after some back and forth with John Stamos (Uncle Jesse on the shows and an »
John Stamos, who was charged with a DUI this summer, pleaded “no contest” Tuesday morning in his Los Angeles arraignment hearing, a L.A. District Attorney’s Office spokesperson confirmed. The “Full House” star will not face any jail time or community service, and will be put under three years of probation.
Tuesday morning at Airport Courthouse in L.A., the actor’s lawyer Blair Berk entered a plea of no contest, though Stamos was not present at the courthouse.
Along with his 36 months of informal probation, Stamos will also pay a $390 fine for the DUI misdemeanor and will have to attend a Dmv class, a three-month alcohol abuse program for first-time DUI offenders, two hours of addiction counseling from a private physician and 52 AA meetings utilizing a 12-step program.
Currently starring on Fox’s fall sitcom “Grandfathered,” which airs its special Thanksgiving episode tonight, Stamos’s probation and other »
- Variety Staff
Netflix, the reviver of long-dormant television shows, is planning to reboot another beloved franchise: The Sixties sci-fi series Lost in Space. The streaming service won a bidding war to acquire the rights to the Irwin Allen-created series, which ran three seasons from 1965 to 1968. As part of the Netflix deal, the rebooted Lost in Space is in line to receive a straight-to-series order, Deadline reports.
Like the original series, which pitted the marooned Robinson family, the duplicitous Dr. Smith and "the Robot" against the mysteries of the universe, the Netflix »
Now this is a story all about how...the dance moves on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air were the best thing ever. Sure, lots of '90s shows featured perfectly '90s dance moves—don't even get us started on all of Stephanie Tanner's routines on Full House. "Motown Philly" what up! But there's arguably no better sitcom for getting your groove on than the Fresh Prince. Those Banks' knew how to get down. And it wasn't just Will and all of his West Philadelphia moves; even the stuffy Judge Phil could bust a move when he really wanted to. So today, we're choosing to look back on one of our favorite sitcoms in remembrance and joy. And in that joy, we're »
James Taylor visited The Late Show Wednesday to debut an updated version of his classic "Fire and Rain" with Stephen Colbert. "I consider my songs to be living things; they're always growing. For example, I'm still working on 'Fire and Rain,'" Taylor said. "The thing is, I wrote that song in 1970, I just hadn't seen that much back then, mostly fire and rain. So that's why I keep saying it over and over again since then." Taylor explained that, over the ensuing decades, he's updated the song to include all the things he's encountered, »
There's a voice that lives inside each and every person who grew up in the '90s. And that voice is whispering... "Whoa." When talking about iconic '90s shows, a lot of people skip over Blossom. We're not sure why, because if you look at these three random screengrabs we took from three different episodes, it's clearly the most '90s-iest show that ever existed. Back off, Saved By the Bell! Step off, Full House! Blossom was all about that '90s life. Want proof? We got it right here. Exhibit A: VHS tapes: Remember to always be kind and rewind. That phrase doesn't make sense anymore, but maybe we can bring it back in a philosophical sense? Giant »
The reboot of 90s favourite Mr Show reveals how new developments in TV have reinvigorated the sketch show – and we count down the five best of the year
When W/ Bob and David, the reboot of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross’s sketch comedy show, launched on Netflix on Friday, it seemed like just another reboot; a TV corpse pulled out from the grave, resurrected, and then sent to totter along for a few more episodes. They did it for Arrested Development and Full House, so why not reboot Mr Show?
These days, every development executive wants to get in on the web-inflamed craze for 90s nostalgia – but with W/ Bob and David there are different forces at play. Much as Mr Show did the first time around, W/ Bob and David is riding a wave of popularity in sketch comedy, prompted by changes in TV itself.
Related: Five clips »
- Brian Moylan
Your crush on John Stamos has probably lasted multiple decades, no? You're definitely not alone. After he first captured hearts in the '80s as Uncle Jesse on Full House, John has seemed to do the impossible and only gotten better with age. In addition to his adorable real-life relationships with the Tanner family, including a playful back-and-forth with Lori Loughlin, John seems to be just as charming in his everyday life. He frequently posts snapshots of his world on Instagram, including sexy selfies, vacation captures, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of Fuller House, the upcoming Netflix reboot of the classic sitcom. Keep reading for all the hotness, then check out what John had to say about bringing the Olsen twins on the show. »
- Caitlin Hacker
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