So, when Et’s Carly Steel spoke with Kudrow at the Boss Baby junket last month, we couldn’t help but ask where she thought the indomitable best friends would be, 20 years after proving that all you need to wow your old classmates is confidence, a loyal best friend and a perfectly choreographed dance number.
“Hopefully she would still be married to Sandy,” Kudrow said of her character, who found love at the film’s end with her class’s resident geek-turned-billionaire, Sandy Frink (Alan Cumming). “And I think, you know, maybe she and Romy still have their store and probably a reality show.”
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Lisa Kudrow is set to join season four of the Netflix comedy for a guest-starring arc.
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According to a press release, the 53-year-old actress will play "Sheree," Grace's longtime manicurist, "whose newfound friendship with Grace (Jane Fonda) irks Frankie (Lily Tomlin) and threatens to drive a wedge between the titular ladies."
See the first photo of Kudrow in character below:
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Season three of Grace and Frankie premiered on March 24 on Netflix, and will return for season four in 2018.
While we can't wait for Kudrow's Grace and Frankie debut, the actress recently told Et that she'd be down to reprise her role as Michele for a possible
Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, Nina Agdal, enjoyed a quiet dinner at Zuma in New York City on Wednesday. The cute couple dined alongside Sean Penn and rapper Q-Tip, sharing sushi plates of Zuma’s Robata grilled fare and rounds of cocktails.
While DiCaprio and crew grabbed a bite in the Big Apple, the happily uncoupled Jennie Garth and her ex-husband, Peter Facinelli, brought their significant others along for a family vacation at the recently opened Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun, Mexico. The tropical getaway was Garth and Facinelli’s first vacay together since their 2013 divorce, alongside their daughters, Lola, 14, and Fiona, 10.
They all enjoyed the resort's Unlimited Luxury amenities, including pampering at the Dreams Spa by Pevonia, riding down the resor's awesome water slides ,parasailing, gourmet dining at on-site restaurant Gaucho and plenty of ice cream. The group had a great time lounging poolside and fitting in some long overdue quality
Et's Katie Krause caught up with the 53-year-old actress at The UCLA Open Mind Gala at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, where she opened up about a possible sequel to Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, nearly 20 years after the film was released.
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"I mean, [the idea was brought up] a long time ago," Kudrow shared. "Robin Schiff, who wrote and produced the original, had a fantastic idea: Romy and Michele Get Divorced."
"Mira is up for it, sure!" she continued. "She looks so much better than I do, so I'm not sure that that would be fun for me, but yeah, [I'd consider it]."
While both actresses are ready to jump back into character, Kudrow said it's not up to just them. "They're such smart business people at the studios, they know why
Justin Theroux is one of Hollywood's most interesting stars.
The writer/actor never became quite as famous as many of his peers, but he was always making very interesting choices and working with some of the best filmmakers in the business, namely David Lynch, who the actor frequently has collaborated with.
He recently shot to the forefront, mostly because of his very high profile relationship with actress Jennifer Aniston, and his current leading role on the under-seen and incredible HBO series "The Leftovers". Apart from this, Theroux has flown under the radar for a large part of his career, but we were one of the few paying attention.
This October, Theroux will co-star alongside Emily Blunt in the highly anticipated thriller The Girl on the Train,
By the end of the 2000s, getting number one at the American box office was a valuable marketing commodity. As such, studios pumped more and more money into making sure they at least had a great opening weekend for their product.
The consequence of this was that it was harder and harder for smaller and quirkier films to take a brief spot in the sun. Certainly towards the second half of the decade, it seems that the number one movie each week was pre-ordinained in a marketing meeting somewhere.
Still, there were some films that have since fallen out of public view that clawed their way to number one. How many of these do you remember?
Eye Of The Beholder
January 2000, one week
Based on Marc Behm's book of the same name,
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