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Unless you remember Justin Theroux's bit roles in Sex and the City and American Psycho, you probably never heard of him until he started dating Jennifer Aniston. Now that Justin has been hitting the press circuit to promote his HBO series, The Leftovers, we've gotten to know a bit more about the man behind the tanned pecs, and it turns out he's actually really cool. Not convinced yet? Keep reading for all of our reason why Justin should become your new celebrity crush, Asap. Source: Getty / Jason Merritt »
Planning a wedding? There are lots of details to consider, and sometimes it can be hard to get inspiration for truly unique ideas for your wedding day. Movies are a great source of inspiration, especially because they tend to be over the top or distinctive. From Sex and the City to Wedding Crashers, these movies feature cool details for your own day. Source: New Line Cinema »
In much the same way that dramas like AMC’s “Breaking Bad” and HBO’s “The Sopranos” made flawed antiheroes easy to root for, a new wave of comedy is putting the oddball front and center. Instead of Jerry Seinfeld playing the straight man to his quirky friends or Michael Bluth watching his family unravel around him, characters like Zooey Deschanel’s Jess on Fox’s “New Girl” and Lena Dunham’s Hannah on HBO’s “Girls” celebrate their eccentricities.
The quirky lead has been a part of TV since “I Love Lucy” took home an Emmy in 1952, according to John Leverence, senior veep of awards at the TV Academy. He cites “The Jack Benny Show,” “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” and more recently, “Cheers” and “Frasier” as good examples of shows with off-kilter personalities at their core.
However, it’s just been in the past decade or so that »
- Christy Grosz
Ron Livingston (“Swingers,” “Sex and the City”) has been added to the cast of AMC’s comedy pilot “We Hate Paul Revere.” A comedy veteran, Livingston will star as the famed Revolutionary rider in the pilot, also starring Ethan Sandler and Adrian Wenner.
Sandler and Wenner will also be writing and executive producing the half-hour pilot. Matt Piedmont (“Saturday Night Live,” “The Spoils of Babylon”) is on board to direct with Troy Miller as a non-writing executive producer through his Dakota Films.
“We Hate Paul Revere” tells the story of two brothers trying to find their place in colonial Boston.
The pilot is a new genre for the network, which is currently prepping to roll out the highly-anticipated “Breaking Bad” spinoff, “Better Call Saul.” In March AMC also revealed a development slate that included unscripted projects and comedies alongside new drama pieces.
“We Hate Paul Revere” is set to begin »
- Shelli Weinstein
Ron Livingston is going for a midnight ride.
The actor, who played Carrie Bradshaw’s short-term beau Jack Berger on Sex and the City, has been cast as the titular patriot in AMC’s comedy pilot We Hate Paul Revere.
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Matt Piedmont (Saturday Night Live) is on board to direct the half-hour pilot, which tells the story of Hugh and Ebenezer Moody, brothers whose contribution to history in colonial Boston has been overshadowed by Revere. Executive producers Ethan Sandler (Crossing Jordan) and Adrian Wenner (My Boys) will also star.
In addition to Sex and the City, »
Ron Livingston has been cast as Paul Revere in the AMC comedy pilot “We Hate Paul Revere,” shooting next month. Livingston, perhaps best known for “Office Space” and “Sex and the City,” also appeared last season on “Boardwalk Empire.” Also read: Olivia Wilde, Jake Johnson, Ron Livingston, More Talk ‘Drinking Buddies’ at L.A. Premiere (Video) The AMC Studios half-hour pilot is written, executive produced and starring Ethan Sandler and Adrian Wenner. Matt Piedmont (“Saturday Night Live,” “Vibe,” “The Spoils of Babylon”) is directing, and Troy Miller (“Arrested Development,” “Flight of the Conchords,” “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd”) is a non-writing executive. »
- Tim Molloy
Read installment 1 here (on Canon log, waveform monitors & hiring the best documentary Dp); installment 2 here (on lighting dark skin, SLRs and recreating 'Sex and the City'); installment 3 here ("#AskCybel" Installment 3 - on "Midnight in Paris" and Getting Paid to Travel Internationally); and installment 4 here (On Intelligently Filming Sex Scenes and Becoming a Key Grip) if you missed them any of them.Editor's Note: Before you dive in, here's a reminder of my initial announcement, to remind you what this new series is about, and, for those who may just be joining us... Her much-anticipated monthly columns on all things »
- Cybel Martin
Eek! Cynthia Nixon discovered on the Wednesday, July 23 episode of TLC's celebrity ancestry show Who Do You Think You Are? that her great-great-great grandmother Martha Curnutt murdered her abusive husband Noah Casto with an axe. The account was unearthed by Ancestry.com family historian Jennifer Utley, who came across a newspaper clipping from 1843 detailing the events which took place in Missouri. The Sex and the City star, 48, who appeared on the show in search of the unknown lineage on her father's side, teared up as [...] »
Blake Lively is the latest celeb to take of Vogue's "73 Questions" challenge, where she answers 73 questions in lightning speed!The "Gossip Girl" star starts the clip by kicking off her "Everlasting Gobstopper" Louboutins upon entering the apartment, before she talks about the sweetest gifts she and her husband (that would be Ryan Reynolds) have ever exchanged, the best thing to happen to her this month, that day ... and ever. The blonde beauty also reveals that she would live in Paris if she had choose a place other than the east coast, that she identifies with "mostly the men" on "Sex and the City," and the best surprise she's ever given someone was "a collection of short stories written by loved ones for my husband."During the interview, the actress even shows off her baking skills by decorating a cupcake, which ends up being stolen by a "creepy" fan.Check out the cute clip above! »
- tooFab Staff
Cynthia Nixon is uncovering a family mystery on TLC's Who Do You Think You Are?
On the season premiere, the former Sex and the City star searches for answers about her paternal ancestry and finds a family in torment. The truth soon becomes stranger than fiction when a history of deceit -- and even murder -- slowly reveals itself.
Find out more about the episode and why it's our pick for Wednesday's Watch This Tonight:
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- TV Guide News
What's new? What's hot? What's next? TLC's celebrity genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? doesn't give a hoot about the zeitgeist — certainly not when the past is so damn dramatic! Executive producer Lisa Kudrow gives the scoop on the new season (premiering Wednesday at 9/8c), kicking off tonight with a former Sex and the City star making a horrifying discovery...
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- Michael Logan
Lc is well aware Allure thinks she's a 'basic b*tch.'
After the magazine came out with a humorous feature called "Typecasting," which for example labeled Vanessa Hudgens as the "Bohemian Hippie," Lc took to Twitter to point out her "Basic" label.
Related: Emma Stone -- 'I'm a Bland, Basic B*itch'
The term "basic b*tch" has been written about and parodied on the Internet by everyone from College Humor to New York Magazine's The Cut, which defines a "basic bi*tch" as "a terminally boring Sex and the City viewer and consumer of pumpkin-spice lattes."
Or as Urban Dictionary likes to call it, "one who has no personality; dull and irrelevant" and "just an extra regular female."
"Made famous by Kreayshawn, and viral by YouTube, the Basic woman is remarkably unremarkable. What's noteworthy »
Crossovers, cancellations and spoilers were on the menu during Friday’s Television Critics Association panel with CW President Mark Pedowitz.
Related The CW’s Fall Schedule Opens in Early October, The Flash Gets Big Boost
First topic of discussion was Beauty and the Beast — specifically, why the low-rated series was renewed for a third season. Pedowitz attributed that to its “very engaged fan based” and “very international following. In short, “We brought it back because … it’s a very profitible show for everybody.”
He noted that producers weren’t certain of its renewal when writing the Season 2 finale, crediting Brad Kern »
Hug it out! It's the tenth anniversary of "Entourage," which debuted on HBO on July 18, 2004. A sort of "Sex and the City" for guys, a satire of modern Hollywood, and a roman a clef loosely based on the adventures of series co-producer Mark Wahlberg and his retinue, "Entourage" offered eight seasons of male bonding, fantasy fulfillment, and back-slapping laughter.
Since the show went off the air in 2011, the producers have been promising us a reunion of Vinny Chase and the gang on the big screen. They'll finally deliver on that promise next summer. 'Til then, here's what the actors who played Vince and his pack-mates have been up to, and where you'll see them next. (All of them are coming back for the "Entourage" movie.)
Article photo courtesy of Everett »
- Gary Susman
Hulu's seven-episode series "The Hotwives of Orlando" lampoons Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchises in exactly the right ways: The catchphrases, the melodrama, the sham marriages, and the frightening fights are all parodied with very close attention to detail. Creators Dannah Phirman and Danielle Schneider have a cast of game ladies in their Florida-set series, including Schneider herself (who plays Shauna Maducci, the "bankrupt overspender"), "Happy Endings"/"SNL" vet Casey Wilson as trophy wife Tawny St. John, Tymberlee Hill as Phenomenon "Phe Phe" Reed, Andrea Savage as cougar Veronica Von Vandervon, Angela Kinsey of "The Office" as religious zealot Crystal Simmons, and "30 Rock" vet Kristen Schaal as drug-addled former child star Amanda Simmons. HitFix caught a few minutes to interview Wilson, Hill, Savage, Schneider, and Phirman. Instead of asking them to name their favorite "Housewives" franchise or terrifying dream about Andy Cohen, we asked them to pick their favorite ladies from famous pop culture groups. »
- Louis Virtel
The TV series inspired by Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City ended 10 years ago, and if you find yourself missing Carrie Bradshaw and the girls, we've got some page-turners to help you get your fix. With a mix of genres and time periods, this collection of fun, compelling books about female friendship has the perfect picks for your reading list. Thanks to comparable plots, settings, and themes, these titles are sure to satisfy your inner Sex and the City fangirl - whether you dive in during a trip, on your commute, or at home. From 1958's The Best of Everything to last year's Brooklyn Girls, take a look at these sometimes sassy, sometimes poignant reads about girlfriends! »
- Laura Marie Meyers
You might know Jake McDorman as Evan Chambers from Greek and Analeigh Tipton as the babysitter from Crazy, Stupid, Love - yes, the one who broke out on America's Next Top Model - but come this Fall, they're going to try to win your hearts in ABC's new comedy, Manhattan Love Story. If you haven't seen the show's trailer yet, it's a typical boy-meets-girl tale, but there's a twist: you can hear their thoughts. So as they're spouting pleasantries on screen, you know they're secretly judging each other, super hard. I caught up with the stars during ABC's Summer TCA day and chatted about their concerns for the new series, as well as the shows they can't live without. Popsugar: The thoughts-as-voice-overs format of the show is really new for primetime; is that something that attracted you to the script? Analeigh Tipton: If anything, it discouraged me. It's like »
- Maggie Pehanick
Read installment 1 here (on Canon log, waveform monitors & hiring the best documentary Dp); installment 2 here (on lighting dark skin, SLRs and recreating 'Sex and the City'); and installment 3 here, if you missed them any of them. Editor's Note: Before you dive in, here's a reminder of my initial announcement, to remind you what this new series is about, and, for those who may just be joining us... Her much-anticipated monthly columns on all things cinematography, have contributed much to this blog's success in a myriad of ways, since she started penning them in 2012, much to the appreciation and education of the many who read each and everyone - the two most »
- Cybel Martin
Something recapped this way comes, filled with spoilers from Salem‘s season finale. If you haven’t watched yet, bookmark this page and come again later.
If 17th century Salem was bad for witches, tonight’s episode proves it was pretty awful for fathers too, as more than one character excised their demons (both literal and figurative) by committing good old fashioned patricide.
But that’s not all that went down during the witching hour. Read on to see what happened as the first season of the Wgn America drama came to a close.
Related Salem Renewed for Season 2 at »
With only one episode left in its freshman season — and the witches’ Grand Rite almost complete — the stakes have never been higher in Salem (Wgn America, 10/9c).
TVLine spoke with Shane West, who plays the show’s hero-of-few-words John Alden, about the possibility of a happy ending with Mary, his friendship with Cotton and what exactly goes into getting John’s hair just right.
Tvline | There are a lot of storylines in play going into this last episode. What can we expect from the finale? »
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