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The 'Will and Grace' star's representative had earlier this week that Messing and screenwriter Zelman had ended their 10-year marriage earlier this year while insisting that the separation was "entirely mutual".
However, the pair continues to share a home in the Big Apple for the sake of their seven-year-old son, Roman, and since their arrangement is working smoothly, they are in no rush to file legal papers to make the split official, the. »
- Leon David
Debra Messing plans to still live with her husband even though they have split up. The 'Will and Grace' star ended her 11 year marriage to producer Daniel Zelman earlier this year, but the pair intend to continue living with each other so they don't disrupt their seven-year-old son Roman's life. A representative for the pair insists "in the short term they plan on continuing to live together with their son, then gradually transition into a new living situation. They have no immediate plans for divorce". The split has also been described as amicable with Debra, 43, and Daniel, 44, decided to split because their relationship has "changed". The rep' added to Us Weekly magazine: "The separation was entirely mutual. They have been couple for 20 years, and the nature of their relationship simply changed over time." Debra and Daniel met on their first day at New York University in 1990 and the »
Debra Messing has split with her husband Daniel Zelman after 10 years of marriage. The 'Will and Grace' star ended her marriage to producer husband Daniel earlier this year, but the pair remain close and committed to their seven-year-old son Roman. Her representative said: "They privately separated earlier this year. The decision was mutual and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family." Despite their break-up, Debra and Daniel - who met on their first day at New York University in 1990 - still live together. A source said: "They have been separated the better part of the year but continue to live together in New York for Roman. It's very amicable." Debra has previously claimed the reason they stayed together was because they met when they were young and grew as a couple. She said: "I think we're lucky we met really »
Debra Messing has split up with her husband Daniel Zelman after ten years of marriage. The 'Will and Grace' star met her actor and screenwriter husband-to-be in 1990 when they both attended New York University as students. The couple married in September 2000 and their son, Roman, was born in 2004. Messing.s rep told Us Weekly .Debra Messing and Daniel Zelman privately separated earlier this year after a 10 year marriage.. "The decision was mutual, and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family." The 43-year-old actress is set to appear in a new NBC musical pilot called .Smash. which will air in February. »
- Eleanor Harley
Despite the split, the 'Will and Grace' actress, 43, and her husband, writer-producer, 44, continue living together under one roof in New York City.
The couple, who met years ago as students at New York University, has a 7-year-old son, Roman.
"(They) privately separated earlier this year," the New York Daily News quoted Messing's representative as telling the Daily News.
"The decision was mutual, and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family," the representative added.
"They have been separated the better part of the year but continue to live together. »
- Leon David
"Debra Messing and Daniel Zelman privately separated earlier this year after a 10-year marriage," Messing's rep told UsWeekly. "The decision was mutual, and they remain supportive of one another and committed to raising their son as a family."
Messing, 43, and actor/TV producer Zelman, 44, met as students at New York University and married in 2000. They have one son, »
Teuvo Tulio's Lost Masterpieces, London
What? You've never heard of Teuvo Tulio? Where have you been? Clearly not in mid-century Finland, or you'd know all about this unsung, unorthodox auteur. A former silent screen idol, Tulio fashioned an unabashedly melodramatic style behind the camera (his heroes were Cukor, Lubitsch and Von Sternberg), oblivious to his own lack of budget or professionalism. His movies typically mix fallen women, country charmers, ripe rural imagery and social commentary, as shown in the four restored movies here, made between 1938 and 1946, with the series opening with In The Field Of Dreams. His influence can be detected in the works of Fassbinder, Guy Maddin and Aki Kaurismäki, some of whose films play alongside Tulio's here, plus Cukor's The Women.
Ica, SW1, Fri to 23 Dec
Dreams Of A Life Q&As, London
It's no understatement to describe Carol Morley's forthcoming documentary as one of the »
- Steve Rose
NBC has lured Uma Thurman (Pulp Fiction, Gattaca, you should know who this is) to their network for a multiple episode arc in their new series Smash. The show was first conceived by Stephen Spielberg, and focuses on a songwriting duo who want to write one more Broadway hit, a show based on the life of Marilyn Monroe, before they go out. Fight and drama ensues among the cast and crew, as each person involved fights to make it to the top. I’ll admit, it’s not the most interesting idea but it is a potentially useful platform upon which to launch musical performances off of. It is clear that the show will have a major focus on music, as NBC has already signed a deal with Columbia Records to release a soundtrack for each season.
- Jay D.
It's been a long road for writer-directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly and their reboot of The Three Stooges. The sibling movie-makers began working on the movie in 2009, and put together a surprising cast that included Benicio Del Toro as Moe, Sean Penn as Larry, and Jim Carrey as Curly. However, financial problems at MGM put The Three Stooges into limbo, and by the time 20th Century Fox took over the production, the cast had moved on to other projects.
After months of searching and testing, the Farrellys finally set their lead cast with Will Sasso (Mad TV, Life As We Know It) as Curly, Sean Hayes (Will and Grace) as Larry, and Chris Diamantopoulos (ReelzChannel's The Kennedys) as Moe. Split into three, 27-minute shorts, The Three Stooges co-stars Jennifer Hudson as Sister Rosemary, Larry David (HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm) as Mother Mengele, Sofia Vergara as love interest Lydia and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi as, »
- Ryan Gowland
Plot - Left on a nun’s doorstep, Larry, Curly and Moe grow up finger-poking, nyuk-nyuking and woo-woo-wooing their way to uncharted levels of knuckleheaded misadventure. Out to save their childhood home, only The Three Stooges could become embroiled in an oddball murder plot…while also stumbling into starring in a phenomenally successful TV reality show. The new Three Stooges movie has Will Sasso from MadTV playing Curly and Sean Hayes (Will and Grace) playing Larry. Rounding out the cast as the their fearless and always angry leader Moe is Chris Diamantopoulos. The 3 Stooges Comic Book History: St. John Publications published the first Three Stooges comics in 1949 with 2 issues, then again in 1953–54 with 7 issues. Dell Comics published a Three Stooges series first as one-shots in their Four Color Comics line for five issues, then gave them a numbered series for four more issues (#6–9). With #10, the title would be published »
Happy Thanksgiving! (And to all of our international readers, happy Thursday!) We're honored you've tuned in to TV.com during your feasting halftime break... so to celebrate, let's all watch some thematically relevant television clips.
May this opening sequence from an old episode of Will and Grace remind you that you are not alone: Coordinating Thanksgiving activities is hellish for everyone. Now you just need to go find your own Jack to make it all better.
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- Ilana Diamond
As Rob Base once reminded us: "It takes two to make a thing go right." In the world of television, oh how that rings true.
From Cagney and Lacey to Will and Grace; Batman and Robin to Beavis and Butthead; some of the most memorable shows in history have been built around powerful pairs who weren't necessarily romantically connected, but whose adventures still kept us coming back week after week.
Based on nominations submitted by readers, we're now excited to determine who comprises TV's Most Dynamic Duo, be it two cupcake-making broke gals; a couple of study partners; or an internet billionaire and a young beauty bent on revenge.
Ready to vote? Do so below and then share this poll (which closes at noon Est on Friday, December 2) on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook to spread the word and grow support for your Dynamic Duo. Good luck to all! »
- email@example.com (Jeffrey Kirkpatrick)
If you are in Los Angeles, Patton Oswalt will take part in a live reading of The Breakfast Club this Thursday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to raise funds for Film Independent (the group behind the Spirit Awards).
Elsewhere in Undead, remember Bryan Singer's Battlestar Galactica movie (Tos reboot, not really related to our BSG & Caprica) that was supposed to happen at one point but didn't? Looks like it zombied its way back to life. Here is what Singer told SFX the other day, when asked about his Excalibur remake not going ahead:
“Yeah, unfortunately »
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are showcasing their home on the cover of the latest Architectural Digest -- just in time for it to go on the market. Hey, free advertising beats an expensive real estate agent, right?
The Beverly Hills mansion where the couple married has an asking price of $49 million, though it was previously priced at $60 million according to the La Times. The 9,200-square-foot single-story home sits on a three-acre compound that includes two guest houses and an additional three-bedroom home in addition to the main house. Sounds like a steal at $49 mil, right?
The couple originally bought the place for $29 million from their friend, "Will and Grace" creator Max Mutchnick, when they fell in love with it after visiting him to watch an episode of "American Idol."
This is the seventh home that the couple has lived in in their seven years together.
"We never had »
The most common Lgbt duo in entertainment is the gay guy-straight girl relationship – Will and Grace, Carrie Bradshaw and Stanford Blatch, Kurt and Rachel, Liza Minnelli and most of her husbands – the list goes on and on.
The somewhat indie film, Dirty Girl, which has been making the festival rounds for more than year and officially opens on October 7, tells the story of yet another such pairing with funny and heartfelt results.
It's the mid '80s in Norman, Oklahoma. Danielle (Juno Temple) is the high school "dirty girl" whose unrepentant, scandalous ways have landed her in a remedial class full of other outcasts, including an overweight, awkward, obviously gay boy named Clarke (Jeremy Dozier), who hides under his sweatshirt hood like a turtle permanently retreated inside its shell.
He's as introverted as she is extroverted and they're both misfits. Danielle and Clarke are soon paired up and charged with »
- Dara Nai
Woody Harrelson who you may recognise from No Country For Old Men, Naturual Born Killers or even from his performances on such classic sitcoms as Cheers or Will And Grace has now entered negotiations for a role in Louis Leterrier’s latest magician heist flick Now You See Me.
Harrelson will play the role of a well-known mentalist and hypnotist, established for his skilful ability to perform mind tricks. The character joins an elite group of magicians and illusionists in Las Vegas after fleeing from England where a violent incident forces him to leave and end his performances for the Queen of England herself. The Four Horsemen, as the group are known, pull of a series of impressive illusions during performances in order to rob banks of their enterprise.
- Jack Abbot
E4 is to drop re-runs of the Us sitcom from its schedules – will it leave a gap in your life, or are you glad to see the back of it?
That's it. There will be no more. This weekend E4 will quietly lose all mention of the hit Us sitcom Friends from its schedules. The most-viewed re-runs in digital TV history will disappear from your Epg like they were never there. Often 400,000 people would tune in to old episodes of the insanely popular show but E4 executives have decided it's time to make way for new comedy and drama on the station.
The story of Ross, Joey, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe and Rachel in their impossibly large Manhattan abodes has become, for many, a strong link with a misspent youth. That theme tune takes me right back to the early 90s, wanting a Rachel haircut and selling truckloads of Friends VHSs »
- Julia Raeside
One chaotic round of updates coming up.
Jane Espenson has announced the new project she has been working on with Alessandra Torresani, Brad Bell (Cheeks) and Sean Hemeon, in an interview with CliqueClack. Yes, it's Husbands, a web series about "two guys, a newly dating couple, who celebrate a new marriage equality law in Vegas and wake up married." A couple of snippets from the interview:
Km: What do you hope to become of Husbands in the long run? If it simply stays as a free series on the web, will that satisfy not only you but the actors?
Je: Honestly, I would love to see Husbands turn into a network television show. I’m loving the freedom that we’re enjoying as we put it together ourselves, but there’s something about it that feels so accessible — it’s Ab Fab, Dharma and Greg, Will and Grace … it feels »
Ray Richmond is contributing to Deadline's coverage of TCA. Will and Grace star Sean Hayes told critics during an afternoon panel for the new NBC seriocomic fantasy hour Grimm that he's considering taking a role in the show where he serves as an exec producer. After one of his production partners let it slip, a critic pressed Hayes. The actor, who earlier in the day signed a development deal with the network to headline a half-hour series, downplayed the Grimm role with a vague acknowledgement. "It's possible down the road," he said without giving any hint of what form the role might take. "It's nothing imminent." Discussing the potential darkness of the Grimm concept, series regular Silas Weir Mitchell cautioned that it won't be anything close to, say, the notorious and disturbing 19th century German children's book Der Struwwelpeter and the musical it spawned, Shockheaded Peter. "There's a story in »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Megan Mullally joined her "Children's Hospital" co-stars to speak with reporters before their Comic-Con panel on Friday (July 22) afternoon, and the actress told Zap2it that we could be seeing her on "Happy Endings" when the show returns to ABC this fall.
"I'm going to do a little arc," she says. "I think it's an arc."
Be still our hearts. So what can we expect to see from the comedian when she stops by one of our favorite show's of the last season?
"I haven't signed any paperwork yet," she admits, "but rumor has it I'm going to be playing Casey [Wilson's] mother. I love her."
Wilson, of course, plays the terminally single Penny -- who also speaks fluent Italian when drunk. And while she did tell us that she'd love to see Catherine O'Hara play her mother on the show, we can't imagine she'll have any objection to working with »
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