9 items from 2015
Traitor! Fans of the ever so addicting drama Scandal have, for the most part, chosen sides between Tony Goldwyn's President Fitzgerald Grant and Scott Foley's Jake Ballard. But as it turns out, not even Foley comes out on top under his own roof. The actor recently shared with Us Weekly that his wife Marika Dominczyk is a fan of the dashing Commander in Chief. "My wife has a Team Fitz phone cover," the Felicity alum, 42, revealed. "If she wants the bills paid, she'd better be Team [...] »
Now this looks like a fun drinking game!Keri Russell stopped by "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday, where she took on Jimmy Fallon in a game of "Inflatable Flip Cup." "The game is simple," the late night host explained. "We each have six cups, first to chug the beer and flip all of their six cups upside down, wins. We're doing all of this in these inflatable suits. These are great!" The best part? Before they started the game, Keri and Jimmy showed off their best dance moves in their matching puffed-up suits! Even though she was new to the game, the "Felicity" alum held her own and gave the comedian tough battle. Check out the clip above to see who came out on top! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
My string of three consecutive afternoon live-blogs concludes with FX's "The Americans." There's the off-chance that I may be distracted by the Patriots-Colts game, which is also happening on my computer, but follow along to see what "The Americans" creators Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, plus stars Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich had to say about Season 3 at the Television Critics Association press tour. Note that we've seen four episodes for the new season. If anything spoiler-y is asked, I won't live-blog those answers. 3:58 p.m. Another shout-out for the HitFix Critics' Poll, which featured "The Americans." Woot! 3:59 p.m. Oh and I'm totally possibly maybe watching football in the background. Kinda. But I'm also totally paying attention to these clips from Season 3. 4:01 p.m. Touchdown! And by that, I mean that the "Americans" stars and producers have arrived on the stage. 4:02 p.m. »
- Daniel Fienberg
[Editor's Note: This post is presented in partnership with Time Warner Cable Movies On Demand in support of Indie Film Month. Today's pick "Out of the Dark" is available now On Demand.] In "Out of the Dark," Scott Speedman and Julia Stiles star as a couple who move, along with their young daughter, to a small village in Colombia to take over the family business. Once they arrive, however, they quickly realize that their house, and potentially the entire village, is haunted. Are the creepy ghost children that plague their lives a result of a 500 year-old slaughter by the Spanish conquistadors, or something much, much closer to home? Indiewire caught up with Speedman earlier this week, ironically only days after touching base with his former "Felicity" co-star Scott Foley. So how is Keri Russell's other man doing these days? I've heard that you haven't seen the film yet, are you excited? Am I excited? I mean, it's always a mixture of »
- Casey Cipriani
We have good news for CW fans. The popular shows are on their way back to new episodes starting on the week of January 26th. Yes, that means we can finally start seeing how the rest of the seasons will play out. This includes new episodes of The Originals, which CW has not promoted as heavily as they have done in the past. Normally they remind their fans with a heavy hand and it appears this year they chose to go easy. Here is the currently schedule for the week.
Monday, January 26
“Brotherhood of the Damned” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. Et) (Content Rating Tbd) (HDTV)
Family Is Who You Fight For — Armed with more power than ever, Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) creates an elaborate spell that allows him to take the upper hand and trap his brothers Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies). Realizing that »
- Sarah Peel
From "Felicity" to "The Unit" to "Scrubs" to "Grey's Anatomy" to "True Blood" to "Scandal," Scott Foley's television career has been an extensive and varied one. It's been standard practice for some time now that prominent film actors, writers and directors have turned to TV for more creative outlets. That leaves the playing field open for those with long careers in TV to take a dip into the indie film world. Enter Foley, whose feature film directorial debut is the dark comedy "Let's Kill Ward's Wife," which follows the dark and twisted tale of a group of friends whose murderous fantasies of killing off their pal's spouse turn into an accidental reality. Indiewire caught up with Foley right before the holidays, while his current TV escapade, "Scandal," was on hiatus having left certain viewers (and Indiewire writers) in the lurch with its cliffhanger kidnapping of Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington »
- Casey Cipriani
Mindy really does head to Stanford for her fellowship in this episode, and somehow, the show still feels like The Mindy Project does when fully centered on the New York office. “Will it be like Felicity?” Mindy asks as she arrives on campus. “Who will be my Noel? … Who will be my Greg Grunberg?” Props for any Grunberg shout-out, and even better: This move to college does not suffer from Dawson’s Creek/Beverly Hills, 90210 awkwardness. Granted, this is a temporary move, but Mindy still deserves praise for the particularly smooth transition. I liked the dilemma that the Stanford fellowship posed for Danny and Mindy, but I was worried about how the episodes might go.Mindy has typical-for-her troubles from the start. She clings to her pop-culture-tinged versions of life, wondering if she should join an a cappella group (à la Pitch Perfect) while immediately clashing with another Indian woman, »
- Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
Mindy starts her hard-won Stanford fellowship on this week’s Mindy Project, but campus life isn’t the whirlwind of Felicity boys and keggers she envisions.
Her advisor hates her. Her confidence takes a giant hit. And she and Danny have another one of those trying-to-figure-out-where-our-relationship-stands moments. Can their nascent couplehood overcome the distance between New York and California?
Read on to find out what happens in “Stanford.”
Back To School | While Danny helps Mindy move into her dorm room at the university, Dr. Lahiri muses about whether this collegiate experience will rival Keri Russell’s fictional one. “Who will be my Ben? »
CW is going back to normal schedule and they are excited to share what remains left of their seasons. Thus the glowing network has released their latest primetime line up for Jan 19th’s week and yes, it does include Jane the Virgin. Sadly it will all pretty be re-runs as the mid-season premiers will take place later on. However, that isn’t stopping CW from gushing. Here is the official line up so far.
Monday, January 19
“Gonna Set Your Flag on Fire” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. Et) (TV-14, V) (HDTV)
When Two Sides Collide — With Vincent (guest star Yusuf Gatewood) on the loose and hell bent on revenge, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) brings Cami (Leah Pipes) to the safe house as he and Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) return to the compound. Hayley and Jackson (guest star Nathan Parsons) devise a plan to bring the vampires and werewolves together to consider a truce, »
- Sarah Peel
9 items from 2015
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