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Amazon’s six new kids pilots are now available for streaming in the U.S., UK and Germany. Four animated pilots, The Adventures Of Knickerbock Teetertop, Lost In Oz, Lily The Unicorn, and Bear In Underwear; and two live-action pilots, A History Of Radness and The Kicks are now available on Amazon Instant Video. The pilots come from a roster of creative talent including Dallas Clayton (An Awesome Book), David Babcock (Brothers & Sisters, Gilmore Girls), Andrew Green (Hannah… »
Lauren Graham is spilling the tea about her on-screen daughter's hot hookups! The "Gilmore Girls" star stopped by "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday night, where host Andy Cohen quizzed her on Alexis Bledel's TV boyfriends. A fan asked the hard-hitting question: Which one of Rory Gilmore's boyfriends would she want to hook up with in real life? "Ooo! Would I want to? Oh, um, Milo? Milo. I'm a brunette person. Milo Ventimiglia," Graham admitted. Of course, in real life, she's still with partner and former "Parenthood" costar Peter Krause. Check out the clip above to see her squirm as she answers the question! It's been 8 years since the finale of the beloved series, and the cast recently reunited at the Austin TV Festival to reminisce about their time in Stars Hollow. While Melissa McCarthy couldn't make it, Graham, Bledel, Ventimiglia, Jared Padalecki, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Yanic Truesdale, »
- tooFab Staff
Lauren Graham was in a sharing mood on Watch What Happens Live. While everybody's favorite TV mom wouldn't say which of her TV daughters—Parenthood's Mae Whitman and Gilmore Girls' Alexis Bledel—she'd want as her own kid, she did reveal a juicy tidbit. The question: Which one of Rory Gilmore's boyfriends would she want to hook up with in real life? "Ooo! Would I want to? Oh, um, Milo? Milo. I'm a brunette person. Milo Ventimiglia," she said. But don't worry. She's still with her real-life beau and former Parenthood costar Peter Krause. Graham gave the thumbs up when Andy Cohen asked their status. During the after show, Graham revealed she »
Joey Potter, she’s not.
Ray Donovan‘s Season 3 trailer has hit the Interwebs and special guest star Katie Holmes makes a rather saucy first impression as shrewd, chic businesswoman Paige (the daughter of billionaire producer Andrew Finney, played by fellow special guest star Ian McShane).
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“Who is this guy?” she dismissively snaps upon meeting Liev Schreiber’s titular fixer. (He’s the guy you’ll be going to first base with in a public rest room at about the 1:40 mark).
Elsewhere, Terry’s having a rough time in the pokey, »
The first official clip for The Gallows has been revealed courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures UK. Also in this round-up: The Town That Dreaded Sundown Blu-ray and DVD details and news on the release of Supernatural Mystery Minis.
The Gallows: A Blumhouse film from Warner Bros. Pictures, The Gallows hits theaters in the U.S. on July 10th. Written and directed by Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff, The Gallows stars Cassidy Gifford, Ryan Shoos, Reese Mishler, and Pfeifer Brown.
"Twenty years after an accident caused the death of the lead actor during a high school play, students at the same small town school resurrect the failed stage production in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy—but ultimately find out that some things are better left alone."
Trailer from MTV:
- Tamika Jones
If he had, he would know that all work and no play only makes him a dull boy — or, in the case of Monday’s episode, a boy who is hell-bent on taking a doctor hostage and tracking down a nuclear power plant in the middle of nowhere — oh, and getting a close shave in the bathroom of a rest stop.
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Indeed, it’s a good thing Milo Ventimiglia has had experience playing »
They may be two of this season’s “It” showrunners, but Jill Soloway and Jennie Snyder Urman aren’t exactly overnight successes. They’ve both paid their dues with staff jobs (Soloway on “Six Feet Under,” Urman on “Gilmore Girls”) and showrunner gigs (Soloway on HBO’s “How to Make It in America,” Urman on the CW’s “Emily Owens, M.D.”). Soloway’s “Transparent” has put Amazon originals on the map, winning Golden Globes for best comedy and lead Jeffrey Tambor, while Urman’s “Jane the Virgin” earned CW its first Globe noms, and scored a win for breakout star Gina Rodriguez. In a wide-ranging conversation with Variety they discuss the challenges of binge-viewing vs. 22-episode seasons, blending comedy with drama, and Caitlyn Jenner.
When did you realize your show might work?
Urman: Right before the TCAs when all the critics watched it, before it started airing. I read those pre-reviews — “Oh my gosh, »
- Geoff Berkshire
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Jared Padalecki opened up about his three-week break from work at the Atx Television Festival’s Gilmore Girls reunion panel, saying he just needed to “unplug.” Jared Padalecki Attends Gilmore Girls Reunion After Taking Break In mid-May, Padalecki abruptly canceled his appearances at fan conventions Jibcon and AHBL6, writing on Twitter, “I am in desperate and […]
The post Jared Padalecki Explains Canceled Appearances, Says He Needed To “Unplug” appeared first on uInterview. »
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Directed by Paul Feig.
A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.
For their third collaboration, Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy have inverted the spy action movie genre with a surprisingly entertaining comedy. Following wallflower desk agent Susan (McCarthy) as she goes undercover to find a deadly arms dealer (Byrne); the jokes come thick and fast and those who enjoy a fish out of water comedy will find the film entertaining.
Unlike her previous outings, McCarthy isn’t as brash and in your face as her previous outings and the film is all the better for it. Whilst McCarthy seems to have a marmite effect on people, she is on point and hilarious in this film and many »
- Helen Murdoch
A hallmark of a great TV series, whether it's a drama, comedy, soap or even sci-fi, is an epic romantic journey between two characters.
We at Digital Spy HQ are die-hard romantics, and so we've compiled a definitive Top 25 of the best TV kisses of all time (it included a whole voting process and spreadsheet and everything).
Check out the first part below, and make sure to come back tomorrow (June 13) for the final Top 10.
There's nothing quite like being locked up in jail with your ex-lover to build up sexual tension, but this climactic make-out session in Litchfield's chapel pays off more than just Piper and Alex's relationship.
Piper's just returned from a terrifying spell in solitary confinement, where she was sent by Healy in a fit of homophobic rage after he saw her dancing with Alex, so Piper »
“Keith brings extraordinary talent and a wealth of experience to Lionsgate having worked on several of television’s most acclaimed series,” said Beggs. “We’re excited to welcome him and look forward to a very rewarding creative partnership.”
The Emmy-nominated writer-producer, whose credits include “The Good Wife,” “Law & Order” and “Gilmore Girls,” will develop future projects for Lionsgate under the deal. He will also serve as executive producer on the studio’s Nick Nolte-starring Epix series “Graves,” alongside executive producer-showrunner Joshua Michael Stern and executive producers Greg Shapiro and Eric Weinberg.
“I am thrilled to be signing on with Lionsgate,” said Eisner. “Kevin and his team are the smartest, most creative and most entrepreneurial studio executives in the business, and I »
- Whitney Friedlander
The Gilmore Girls reunion at the Atx TV Festival filled the internet with tears, feels, and tweets, but that’s not it for the cast or our obsession with all things Gilmore. Before their panel appearance on Saturday, the Gilmore Girls themselves (Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, and Kelly Bishop) were joined by Scott Patterson, Jared Padalecki, and series creator Amy Sherman Palladino at the Today show to talk about the series, and the past, present, and future of Stars Hollow. Yes, the future! And bless them, did they talk. Check out the video below, which is an hour long and full of amazing information about whether or not a revival might happen, the relationships on set (non-spoiler: they all love each other), learning that famous snappy dialogue, and much, much more. And stay tuned for when the full panel video is released as well, for more Gilmore goodness (because truly, »
- Allison Keene
Before the cast of Gilmore Girls reunited at the Atx Television Festival in Austin last weekend, a few of the show's favorite characters — played by Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Jared Padalecki, and Scott Patterson — as well as the creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino — sat down with the Today show for an hour-long interview. In it, they discussed everything from the show's mile-a-minute dialogue to similarities to their characters, and many other little fun facts. (Though, sadly, they're still tight-lipped on plans for a Gilmore Girls revival.) Here are six things we learned.1. Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel actually ate the food on the show. Lorelai and Rory were known for their bad eating habits — Chinese takeout was a food group in their minds — and, unlike many health-conscious actors, Graham and Bledel weren't afraid to indulge in their characters' guilty pleasures. "It really bothers me when actors »
- Dee Lockett
The chemistry between Gilmore Girls stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel as mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory Gilmore is poised to become the stuff of TV legends. The pair are just as beloved today as they were in the show's heyday when it premiered 15 years ago. What was their secret? Long hours bonding off-set before filming? A compatibility test? Not quite… "I had decided to pursue acting, like, six months before I think this show got picked up. So it was really overwhelming and really lucky. Complete shock to the system because it went on for long and I had to learn so much so fast," Bledel in an interview with NBC's Today. That's where Graham's mama bear instincts came »
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Before they took the stage Saturday night at the Atx TV Festival, cast members Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop, Scott Patterson Jared Padalecki and series creator Amy Sherman Palladino sat down with the Today show to reflect on Stars Hollow past, present and (most importantly) future.
The full, hour-long video is below and (spoiler alert) it’s pretty great.
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Can’t keep the Gilmore Girls apart! Prior to the massive cast reunion panel at the Atx Television Festival on Saturday, June 6, the Gilmore Girls’ leads and creator Amy Sherman-Palladino taped a special one-hour interview with the Today show. The segment, which featured Jared Padalecki, Kelly Bishop, Alexis Bledel, Lauren Graham, and Scott Patterson, touched on the crazy scripts, similarities between character and actor, and each star’s audition for the show. But they couldn’t get through the interview without discussing the late Edward Herrmann (Richard Gilmore), who passed [...] »
Sometimes, you just need to take a step back. Jared Padalecki worried his rabid fans when he abruptly canceled a couple of appearances last month, but the Supernatural star was back in action over the weekend at the "squee!"-inducing Gilmore Girls reunion held during the Atx Television Festival. His manager said at the time that he was suffering from exhaustion, and it sounds as though he really benefited from that R&R. "It's been amazing," Padalecki told Us Weekly of his time off to decompress. "I did reboot. I did have a chance to reboot, and it was amazing." "I was 17 years old when I moved to Los Angeles, and I just kind of got into a habit..." he told »
Counting on millennial nostalgia, the network will kick off with a week of “fan favorite” episodes based on votes from an online poll. The following week, starting June 29, each series will air from the beginning with “Dawson’s Creek” airing at 12 p.m. and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” at 5 p.m.
(Pictured: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”)
- Seth Kelley
Assuming for a moment that The Flash snuffs and survives that singularity/black hole thingamabob that was threatening Central City (if not the world) at the close of Season 1, his reward will be a “familiar” yet brand-new love interest.
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TVLine has learned that for Season 2, the CW hit is casting the major recurring role of Wendy, a “spunky, fun and funny” romantic interest for one Barry Allen.
A cop for the Central City Pd, Wendy is described as bright and scientific-minded — more specifically, “Think ‘Felicity Smoak’ from Arrow, »
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