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Hop aboard the cinema saucer, ’cause it’s time for another animated alien adventure. Let’s see, the last big cartoon with a human and space creature teamed-up to find home may have been Lilo & Stitch (or, perhaps it was the first big feature with that theme), so we’re probably due for another spin around the galaxy. And the whole “Earthers are odd”, gags have become a comedy staple, mostly on TV with Uncle Martin, Mork, Alf, and the “3rd Rock” gang. And there’s the whole Starman/Et movie legacy. Yes, this is a mix of comedy and a dash of drama, but the real drama may be behind the scenes with this film’s producer, DreamWorks Animation. After a couple of sequels and a TV adaptation, this is their first original feature work in two years (though it is based on a children’s’ book, “The True Meaning of Smekday »
- Jim Batts
Full House is one of the most beloved sitcoms from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The show continues to build an audience from airing in syndication. I can watch episodes of the classic series with my nieces, and they enjoy the hilarious Tanner clan as much as I did when the show was airing new episodes. Over the course of eight seasons, the cast of Full House had many popular catchphrases that many of its fans still use today. Some of those phrases are even as popular as Family Matters’ Steve Urkel’s “Did I do that?” or The Simpsons’ Bart Simpson’s “Don’t have a cow, man.” We decided to rank all the catchphrases from Full House from worst to best. Enjoy! Joey’s Popeye Impression You know what I am talking about. Joey loved Popeye and would constantly impersonate the cartoon sailor. He would speak such lines as, »
- Tim Gerstenberger
A group of Full House fans missed out on a selfie for the ages. Earlier this month, series regular John Stamos visited the San Francisco home featured in the hit sitcom from 1987 to 1995. The house has been a popular tourist stop for longer than the show was on the air. As Uncle Jesse himself stood out front, the fans had their backs to him, checking out the iconic landmark. John was easily recognizable with his signature tan and stubble, and his sunglasses and cap only partially covered him up. Still, the fans had no idea he was there! The actor was clearly amused, capturing the hilarious moment in an Instagram that has since gone viral. "Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #Turnaround," he wrote in the caption. John's memorable visit follows up recent rumors about a potential reboot of the fan favorite, although nothing is official. If »
This is a side of Uncle Jesse you've probably only fantasized about. Well, voilà! Your fantasy has come true. Hollywood hunk and former Full House star John Stamos got very candid about his love life and his experiences doing the no-pants dance in a new book by Family Guy and The New Normal writer Ali Adler, titled How to F--k a Woman. Bow chicka bow wow! And, as you might expect, the book has some interesting revelations. For example, Stamos revealed that a lot of women ask for after-sex selfies! No shame, ladies. No shame. "A couple of women have wanted 'selfies' afterwards," Stamos tells Adler after suggesting he sometimes feels used (courtesy of Page Six), adding, "One girl »
Get ready to know way more about John Stamos that you ever intended to.
Former Full House star John Stamos is getting very candid about his love life in a new book by Family Guy and The New Normal writer Ali Adler, titled How to F**k a Woman. According to Page Six, amongst other blush-inducing personal revelations, the 51-year-old actor shares that women often want a very specific remembrance of their sexy times together.
"A couple of women have wanted selfies afterwards," Stamos tells Adler in the obviously Nsfw book. "One girl really wanted my shirt, like a souvenir."
Photos: 11 Pictures That Prove John Stamos Gets Hotter with Age
In the explicit chat, the handsome actor says that he approaches lovemaking "in a musical way."
"I'm fifty-one years old. I've had some experiences but it's about listening, asking, talking … Maybe some girls are afraid of communicating," he says. "But I find most aren't if you ask »
Uncle Jesse would never discuss this in front of the Tanner girls! In a huge Tmi (but please, go on!) moment, John Stamos has revealed that some women "have wanted selfies" after sex. The Full House alum discussed the odd, yet common request, in Glee writer Ali Adler's book How To F--k a Woman. In addition to playing Dr. Carl Howell on the Fox comedy from 2010 to 2011, Stamos and Adler also worked on the short-lived 2012 NBC series The New Normal. One woman in particular didn't [...] »
Wake up, San Francisco...it's Birdie Silverstein and her Bff Killian! Proud mama Busy Philipps took to Instagram on Thursday to share an adorable shot of her 6-year-old daughter reenacting a scene from Full House at her school's talent show. The aww-worthy image sees Birdie and her bestie playing the roles made famous by Bob Saget and Lori Loughlin on the hit family series, which aired from 1987 to 1995. And apparently, our favorite throwback series (we're getting nostalgic here, folks) is still popular with kids today! Video: Busy Philipps gushes about baby Cricket "This morning, at Birdie's school's talent show, she and her bff Killian »
A Must See Newest, most adorable member of cast: My gran.... My grand...(cant even say the word) A photo posted by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Mar 19, 2015 at 7:38am Pdt He might have not gotten used to it just yet, but John Stamos is one good-looking "Grandpa." The actor - who is starring in Fox's new comedy pilot Grandpa as a longtime bachelor named Jimmy who discovers that he's a father and a grandfather - shared a sweet snapshot of him with his extra adorable new costar. "A Must See Newest, most adorable member of cast: My gran.... My grand. »
- Mariah Haas, @mariahhaas
Enough to melt igloos! Mary-Kate Olsen and her fiancé Olivier Sarkozy packed on the Pda while watching their beloved New York Knicks take on the San Antonio Spurs at Madison Square Garden in NYC on Tuesday, Mar. 17. The Full House alum, 28, and her significantly older fiance, 45, nuzzled noses during the game and stared longingly into each other's eyes. Olsen dressed casually for the sports event, wearing a black leather moto jacket and pulling her blonde tresses into a messy top knot. Her financier fiance, clad [...] »
It’s now a Full House for actress Marla Sokoloff and her husband Alec Puro! The couple welcomed their second daughter on Friday, March 13, her rep confirms to Us Weekly. The Full House star, 34, named her baby girl Olive Mae Puro, and she joins daughter Elliotte Anne, 2. Little Olive came six weeks early and weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces at birth. "Someone decided to join the world just a wee bit early. She couldn't wait to meet us," Sokoloff tells Us. "We are so in love!" Though [...] »
On March 15, 1985, ABC debuted Mr. Belvedere at 8:30 p.m. as a midseason replacement airing immediately after that other show about a wise-cracking butler, Benson. The show centered on a proper British butler (Christopher Hewett) adjusting to life working for the Owens family of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. And for six seasons, characters on the show and the people watching them chose not to think too much about how strange it was that a middle-class family would have a live-in butler. The show hit that family-comedy sweet spot right along with Family Ties, Growing Pains, Full House and The Cosby Show, »
- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie
Danny Tanner is backing up Jesse Katsopolis ... the TV cast can visit the "Full House" totally under the radar. We got Bob Saget leaving The Palm in Bev Hills Friday night, and he told us John Stamos is a truth teller when he posted a pic of himself at the famous house in San Fran ... in front of some girls whom he swears didn't have a clue he was standing there. Bob says it's happened to him. »
- TMZ Staff
Jussie Smollett is having a moment. The actor is one of the stars on Fox’s mega-smash Empire, and the songs he’s performed on the show are chart toppers. Even though his role as Jamal Lyon may be considered Jussie’s breakthrough role, he’s actually been acting since childhood; appearing projects including 1992’s The Mighty Ducks and recent parts on Revenge and The Mindy Project. The actor comes from a family of talented actors and even starred in a short-lived ABC sitcom On Our Own with his siblings: Jake, Jocqui, Jojo, Jazz and Jurnee (who also had supporting roles on Full House, Friday … Continue reading →
The post 5 Questions With … Jussie Smollett of Fox’s Empire appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Kellie Freeze
Rani Massalha and Marie Legrand’s new French production outfit Films Du Tambour attended the Doha Film Institute’s inaugural Qumra event this week to talk about the company’s ambitious slate of international co-productions.
The first feature film under the Films Du Tambour banner, Arab & Tarzan Abunasser’s Dégradé, has Doha Film Institute backing and was selected as one of Qumra’s 29 projects to get special mentoring this week.
The producers – Massalha and Legrand alongside Rashid Abdehamed of Made In Palestine – showed 15 minutes of Dégradé to film festival experts at Qumra.
The 27-year-old brothers did not attend because they are in the final stages of post-production in Paris. They are expected to premiere the film at a major festival later this year; the brothers’ short Condom Lead premiered in Competition at Cannes 2013.
- email@example.com (Wendy Mitchell)
It would seem one of the many people who "liked" John Stamos's Full House Instagram photo this weekend has emerged: former costar Lori Loughlin! "He called me Friday, and I'd just seen it," Loughlin tells People of Stamos. "I said, 'That's the best Instagram I've ever seen in my life!" Loughlin says she was "howling" with laughter after seeing the photo of Stamos standing just feet away from unsuspecting fans who were staring at the San Francisco home that was used for exterior shots on the ABC sitcom."I thought it was so, so, good," continued the actress, 50, who »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
There are a whole lot of reasons to love Full House, and Uncle Jesse's supersweet relationship with little Michelle is definitely one of them. In May, John Stamos defended Full House in a Facebook post, pointing out all the happiness the show brought to people's lives after a blogger called it "dumb TV." His love for the '90s sitcom also came out when he posted a throwback picture with the Olsen twins, making us more than a little nostalgic for the trio's adorable onscreen moments as Uncle Jesse and Michelle Tanner. Just a few days ago, he posted a picture of Full House fans totally ignoring him in front of the titular house. Can't get enough of the '90s cuteness? For a sweet blast from the Full House past, take a look at these 27 aw-worthy moments from Uncle Jesse. »
Have mercy: Uncle Jesse himself returned to his former San Francisco stomping grounds...and was completely ignored by fans hoping to get a glimpse of his former television home.
John Stamos revealed that bit of irony on Instagram, where he posted a photo of himself standing in front of the iconic San Francisco house used for exterior shots on "Full House." There were several other people in the picture, too -- but they couldn't tear themselves away from gawking at the building long enough to realize that Stamos was standing right next to them.
Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #Turnaround.
A photo posted by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Mar 6, 2015 at 4:23pm Pst
"Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing," Stamos wrote of the unsuspecting tourists, who are probably kicking themselves now for not noticing Uncle Jesse.
Let that be a lesson to curious "Full House »
- Katie Roberts
Uncle Jesse may have been back in town - but fans were looking everywhere but at him. While visiting the home where Full House was set, John Stamos went completely unnoticed. The actor posted a photo of himself on Friday - looking like quite the tourist we might add, wearing a black t-shirt, hat and camera hung around his neck - in front of the San Francisco home while four passersby had their backs to him as they inspected the house. "Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #Turnaround," he captioned the photo on Instagram. But this isn't »
- Ana Calderone, @anacalderone
John Stamos was in San Francisco and decided to visit his old haunt, the Full House house, in tourist regalia. Little did his fellow travelers realize that they were standing in front of the iconic building with Uncle Jesse Right In Front Of It. He Instagrammed the excursion with the caption, "Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #Turnaround." »
- E. Alex Jung
Talk about a missed opportunity! Fans visiting the "Full House" house didn't notice one of its former occupants was there to greet them.
John Stamos, who played the fun loving Jesse Katsopolis – aka Uncle Jesse – on eight seasons of the family comedy from 1987-1995, stood on the sidewalk as four people looked at the home, oblivious of his presence.
"Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #Turnaround," he posted on Instagram on Friday with a photo of the hilarious incident.
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