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I'll Be Home For Christmas (1998) Director: Arlene Sanford Stars: Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Jessica Biel, Gary Cole A fast-talking, Christmas-hating teen gets abandoned in the desert with nothing but a Santa suit and two days to make it home for holidays. Remember those three weeks in the mid-90s when Jonathan Taylor Thomas was a huge star? At one point the Home Improvement actor turned teeny bopper heartthrob attempted to transition into movies, leaving in his »
- Jason Adams
Home Improvement just got a bit more interesting! Monsters and Critics loves the new Opi Color Palette by Clark+Kensington!For the first time ever, the nail shades you love are now available in paint colors too! Ace Hardware and nail color gurus Opi recently launched the Opi Color Palette by Clark+Kensington. The launch is bold and beautiful:The Opi Color Palette by Clark+Kensington is the first collaboration of its kind, and allows fashion-forward beauty aficionados the opportunity to incorporate their favorite Opi shades into home décor. There are colors that will blow you away and lovely updated neutrals too.Opi, the nail polish […] »
- April Neale
It's the year 2014, but Sexiest Man Alive Chris Hemsworth has us swooning like it's 1999! We're not here to tell you if People made the right choice or the wrong choice, because let's face it, we'll stare into those baby blues all damn day. What we find interesting is his parted 'do reminds us of some of our favorite throwback crushes of all time. They say history repeats itself, and if that means a return to the hair gel-induced sexual awakenings so many experienced in the mid to late '90s, consider us officially on board! Home Improvement star Zachery Ty Bryan always managed to have a few strands ever-so-lightly grazing his forehead (just waiting for us »
Is there enough room on the bubble for Pop?
When Pop, a cable network most people probably refer to as Tvgn, launches January 14, it will do so with programs that celebrate the continuing ability of such, well, institutions, as New Kids On the Block and “Everybody Loves Raymond” to cut a swath through popular culture. And it will debut with some new programs in tow: a comedy series featuring Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara and the eyebrow-raising title “Schitt’s Creek,’ as well as a reality program that examines the ability of former soap stars from daytime and primetime to produce a new sudser.
But the new network’s schedule is only the tip of an ongoing battle by major media companies to win viewers by highlighting celebrity and fun. Pop is actually a new effort from CBS Corp. and Lionsgate to put forth their own candidate in the »
- Brian Steinberg
What the best way to communicate with that special someone? Show them your wood emojis, of course. As everybody (including your mom, with her new iPhone, bless her) knows, the best way to express yourself is with tiny smiley faces and pictures of poop. And Nick Offerman, Internet-favorite celeb, Parks and Recreation star and best-looking actor with a mustache since Tom Selleck, has taken them to the next level. In a mock infomercial that aired on Conan this week, Offerman, channeling Home Improvement's Richard Karn in a blue and green plaid shirt and overalls, showcases several artfully handcrafted, dinner plate-sized wooden versions of emojis, "lovingly »
High school can be hell, and Stephen King’s 1974 novel Carrie is a prime example of teenagers crossing a line with their cruelty… only to find out too late that they messed with the wrong person. The folks at Scream Factory are heading back to school with their recent announcement that next spring they will release on Blu-ray the 2002 TV film Carrie and The Rage: Carrie 2, the sequel to Brian De Palma’s 1976 adaptation.
From Scream Factory: “Our month-long “Shocktober” celebration continues with two more films to reveal: Carrie – the 2002 TV-movie remake of Stephen King’s timeless tale of telekinetic revenge which stars Angela Bettis – and The Rage: Carrie II – the 1999 theatrical sequel to Brian DePalma’s original 1976 masterpiece and stars Amy Irving – will make their debut on the Blu-ray format next Spring as a double-feature.
There are no details on extras at this time (if any are planned »
- Derek Anderson
Pregnancy isn't slowing Rachel Bilson down! In fact, the mom-to-be was doing the heavy lifting (aka pushing the shopping cart) after she and boyfriend Hayden Christensen stocked up at Lowe's Home Improvement store in Los Angeles Wednesday afternoon! The 33-year-old Hart of Dixie star looked super-cute and causal in a black maternity jumpsuit, flip-flops and sunglasses. She and 33-year-old Hayden bought n electric power washer and a few miscellaneous household items, which the dad-to-be undoubtedly loaded into the car for the former O.C. star. Rachel seems to be getting the nest all prepared, because on Friday, she was spotted picking up a few more items from a local Bed, Bath and Beyond. She's »
Cristela the show is a competent though predictable multi-camera comedy, with the sort of stock characters you'd expect: the disapproving mom, the bimbo co-worker, the precocious child, the neighbor who always swings by. It's by-the-book, and the book is called Home Improvement, Grace Under Fire, and the ABC Stand-Up–Centric Sitcom Style of Yesteryear. But Cristela the performer — stand-up comedian Cristela Alonzo, who created and stars in the series — is so engaging and funny, you barely notice that the show around her is just so-so.Alonzo stars as the titular character, who's in her sixth year of law school and just landed a prestigious internship at a fancy firm. She's saving money by living with her sister and brother-in-law, their two kids, and her mother, though it's an occasional point of friction. At home, she butts heads with her chronically disappointed mom (Terri Hoyos), the brother-in-law who wishes she'd move »
- Margaret Lyons
They shoot, they score!
Starz on Friday renewed its basketball comedy Survivor’s Remorse for a second season.
Like its time-slot predecessor Outlander, Remorse‘s pickup came less than a week after the LeBron James-produced series launched on the premium cabler.
Remorse‘s first season — Episode 2 of which will air Saturday at 9/8c — is six episodes long; Season 2 will offer 10 half-hour installments.
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Haven now airs Fridays at 7/6c, starting this week, and Mennell makes her debut on Halloween in the recurring role of Dr. Charlotte Cross, a brilliant epidemiologist from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Cdc) who fears the Maine burg is on the verge of a deadly outbreak. Charlotte is further described as “a force to be reckoned with, »
Just bumpin’ along—and looking adorable while doing it! Mom-to-be Rachel Bilson and her boyfriend, Hayden Christensen, took a sweet stroll through Lowe’s Home Improvement in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oct. 8. (Nursery prep, anyone?) The Hart of Dixie lead, 33, modeled loose black overalls over a matching ebony tank, an ensemble she paired with dove gray flip-flop sandals for maximum comfort. Bilson styled her long chocolate tresses into a side braid, keeping cool in the California sunshine. Even with a fully bloomed baby bump, the former O.C. actress was [...] »
For a time in the ’90s, a five-minute set at the Comedy Store was enough to land the talent a sitcom, or so the joke went. Despite the high attrition rate of that strategy, it lingers on in “Cristela,” a throwback ABC half-hour symmetrically paired with “Last Man Standing” — fitting, perhaps, since Tim Allen’s “Home Improvement” helped usher in the aforementioned wave. Cristela Alonzo stars as the appealing heroine, who is determined to become a lawyer, without much encouragement from her family. Alonzo is plenty likable, but her shoulders don’t look quite big enough to carry an entire show.
Cristela (yes, actor and character share a name) is in her sixth year of law school, sustaining her dream through odd jobs and by living with her kin. That includes her disapproving mom (Terri Hoyos); sister (Maria Canals-Barrera), who brags about still fitting her old high-school cheerleader uniform; brother-in-law »
- Brian Lowry
“You really don’t have to be into basketball,” Lee (Level Up) tells TVLine, describing the series as an examination of “the lifestyle that comes with being a pro baller, not so much the game.”
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His co-star compares the way Remorse treats basketball to the way Friday Night Lights treated football. “It’s a look behind the curtain, »
After more than a year of hype, the first families of Fox finally came together on Sunday’s Family Guy season premiere. So, did the Simpsons crossover meet your expectations?
It certainly met mine. I found the Griffins’ visit to Springfield to be a bizarre-yet-perfect marriage, one that taught us all a valuable lesson: Despite their inherent similarities, it’s Ok to love both shows for (very) different reasons.
So, without further Apu, here are 10 moments that stuck out to me — for better or worse — from the premiere: »
We have seen the future and it is black, jack.
Because if it’s not bad enough that the Outlander midseason finale leave its heroine bent over a table with her skirts around her ears and a blade pressed to some very sensitive bits, we now have to wait seven months to see how everything resolves!
Good thing the Starz drama gives us plenty to think about in the interim. Chiefly: Who among us — particularly among those with well-worn copies of Diana Gabaldon’s novel — would’ve thought it possible to feel so much sympathy for Frank, Claire’s abandoned-in-the-future husband? »
Tim and Jill Taylor 4-Eva!
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The actress will play Helen Potts, a recently divorced neighbor of Allen’s character. The episode will feature more than one wink to their classic sitcom roles, as Helen likes to do home repairs. She’s also bitter about her ex-husband, who often destroyed things around their house despite supposedly being good with tools.
Last Man Standing returns Friday, Oct. 3 at 8/7c. »
Tim Allen will be reunited with his former TV wife Patricia Richardson on his current sitcom “Last Man Standing,” ABC confirmed to TheWrap. Allen and Richardson played Tim and Jill Taylor on “Home Improvement” for eight seasons. Also read: 62 Fall TV Actors Ranked by Popularity (Photos) On “Last Man Standing,” Richardson will play Helen Potts, a newly divorced neighbor of Allen's character Mike. Potts annoys another neighbor on the block after she insists on using her loud tile saw early in the morning. Sounds an awful lot like the female incarnation of Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor. Also read: 11 Breakout Stars of Fall TV. »
- Ryan O'Connell
Richardson will play Helen Potts, a recently divorced neighbor of Mike’s (Allen) who has gotten into a bit of conflict with Mike’s frenemy, Chuck (Jonathan Adams). Hilariously enough, Helen likes to do home repairs and stubbornly insists on running her tile saw early in the morning, which disturbs the neighborhood. Helen is cantankerous and bitter about her ex-husband, who was supposedly good with tools, but more often destroyed things around their house. While Helen and Mike butt heads, »
- Natalie Abrams
Today marks Jonathan Taylor Thomas's 33rd birthday! Jtt first hit the Hollywood scene in the early '90s, and he quickly became the king of pinups as one of the most popular teen heartthrobs. He famously voiced young Simba in The Lion King, and in Disney movies like Man of the House and Tom and Huck, Jtt showed off his sweet charm. Along with his popular role on Home Improvement, he later had fans swooning with appearances on other TV shows like Smallville and 8 Simple Rules. To celebrate Jtt fandom in all its pinup glory, take a look at reasons why he was - and always will be - the best of the best teen heartthrobs! »
It looks like CBS is treating its actors pretty well, cha-ching-wise.
Two and a Half Men’s Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer take the No. 1 and No. 2 spots in Forbes’ annual list of highest-paid male TV actors with a respective $26 million and $19 million in annual earnings between June 2013 and June 2014. This will be the third year in a row that Kutcher, whose tech cred recently landed him a gig as a product engineer with Lenovo, has landed the top spot. Cryer, meanwhile, is building upon Two and a Half Men’s monies with a huge book advance for an upcoming »
- Teresa Jue
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