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While we're not sure whether we'll ever actually accept the fact that Melissa McCarthy won't be appearing in Netflix's Gilmore Girls revival, we can get onboard McCarthy's surging movie career. The comedienne has two hilarious-looking comedies coming up, the all-female Ghostbusters and The Boss, in which she teams up once again with her real-life husband, Ben Falcone. Anytime these two have worked together—Bridesmaids and Tammy—the results are phenomenal, and the red band trailer for The Boss proves no different. The Boss tells the story of insanely successful Michelle Darnell, who is the "richest woman in America." Darnell is one powerful woman, but she treats people, »
Melissa McCarthy may not be returning for the Gilmore Girls revival, to the endless disappointment of Gilmore Girls fans, but don’t worry — she’s got plenty of other stuff to keep her busy in the coming months. Not only will she appear as one of the new fab four in Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot, she’s also starring in The […]
- Angie Han
Sugar. Spice. And everything nice. These were the ingredients chosen to create the perfect little girl. But Professor Utonium accidentally added an extra ingredient to the concoction: Chemical X. Thus The Powerpuff Girls were… reborn! You can have your Fuller House and your Gilmore Girls revival, but personally, I’m way more excited about seeing the […]
The post ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ Clip: It’s Good to Be Back in Townsville appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
Showtime has released the official trailer for its highly-anticipated, new music series Roadies, the first television series written, created, directed and executive produced by Oscar winner Cameron Crowe. The one-hour ensemble comedy will premiere on Sunday, June 26th at 10 p.m. Et/Pt on air, on demand and over the internet. Starring Luke Wilson (Old School, Enlightened) and Screen Actors Guild Award nominee Carla Gugino (San Andreas), Roadies gives an insider's look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of "roadies" who live for music and the de facto family they've formed along the way.
The series chronicles the rock world through the eyes of music's unsung heroes and pays homage to the backstage workers who put the show on the road while touring the United States for the successful arena-level group, The Staton-House Band. This first look at Roadies features the song "Hard Sun »
Everybody's returning to Stars Hollow for the Gilmore Girls reboot. Seriously, almost every Stars Hollow resident you've come to know and love has signed on for some kind of appearance—and there are pictures to prove it. Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel and Kelly Bishop headline the revival, currently slated to be four 90-minute episodes on Netflix, and as everybody starts assembling, the pictures are rolling in left and right, from Liza Weil to Milo Ventimiglia. Amy Sherman-Palladino and husband Daniel Palladino are returning to the world they shaped for years on The WB to finally give fans the last four words they've been yearning for. Each episode will be a different season in the lives of the »
We're still pinching ourselves over the upcoming "Gilmore Girls" revival, which will head to Netflix for four brand new episodes later this year. And part of our joy comes from knowing just who is coming back to Stars Hollow (hint: a Lot of former cast members), and thus will be reuniting soon.
One such reunion took place earlier this week, when Liza Weil and Danny Strong -- a.k.a. Paris and Doyle -- returned to the set to reprise their roles for the new episodes. Now, the one of the best couples in "Gilmore" history has shared photographic evidence of their time together, and it's making us happier than we thought was possible.
Back at Stars Hollow! @liza_weil #GilmoreGirlsRevival pic.twitter.com/Zsnsu1SDXT
— Danny Strong (@Dannystrong) February 12, 2016
Strong posted a pic on Twitter of him alongside Weil, all smiles as they slip back into their old characters. »
- Katie Roberts
It's been over a week since the Gilmore Girls reboot was confirmed, and we are rabidly following the cast developments. Most recently, it's being reported that Milo Ventimiglia will reprise his role as Jess, and Jared Padalecki (Dean!) is also returning, making us seriously excited to see if Rory ended up with either of them. Several members are definitely coming back for another run at Stars Hollow, others have stayed silent, and one claims she hasn't even been asked. We already have a few details about what to expect from the revival, but there's still a lot we don't know. For now, take a look at who will reprise their roles and check out the cast's reaction to the reboot. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Spoiler warning: This story contains spoilers for the Feb. 11 episode of ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder.”
It was all Viola’s idea.
Thursday’s episode of “How to Get Away with Murder,” titled “What Happened to You, Annalise?” was another raw, revealing episode that saw Annalise Keating (Viola Davis) at her most vulnerable — glamour-free as she recovered from her gunshot wound.
Showrunner and creator Pete Nowalk revealed that the episode was Davis’ concept, from start to finish, in a panel discussion held at the recent aTVfest, hosted by Scad (Savannah College of Art & Design).
Praising his collaborative working relationship with his star, who has won multiple awards for the role, including a recent SAG Award, Nowalk said, “She actually came up with this episode idea, beat by beat, and I wanted to kiss her every step of the way. Because as a creator, you’re exhausted all »
- Debra Birnbaum
Vanessa Marano ("Switched at Birth") has joined the cast of Netflix's "Gilmore Girls" revival, the latest original cast member to join the revival. Marano will reprise her role as April Nardini, daughter of Luke (Scott Patterson).
The polarizing character appeared in the final two seasons and is often blamed for Lorelai's (Lauren Graham) breakup with Luke. It’s not been made clear in which or how many of the four episodes Marano will appear. [Source: Variety]
Untitled Death Row Drama
HBO is developing a drama series penned and directed by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney who makes his narrative debut on the project.
Laura Dern is attached to star and executive produce the untitled drama which centers on a court-appointed psychiatrist (Dern) who must determine from her twisted yet humanizing diagnostic exchanges with death row inmates if they are sane enough to be killed by the state. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
Pop open the Salad Water — Mrs. Kim is returning!
PhotosGilmore Girls Revival: Paris and Doyle Reunite in Latest On-Set Photo
Kuroda joins a looooong list of Gilmore vets returning for the four-episode continuation (click on the gallery below for the most up-to-date cast list).
Series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and exec producer Daniel Palladino (Aka Team Palladino) are writing and directing the entire revival, which will consist of four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies. As TVLine exclusively revealed, »
Vanessa Marano will reprise her role as April Nardini in the Netflix revival of “Gilmore Girls,” TheWrap has learned. The actress, who played Luke’s daughter beginning in Season 6, has starred on Freeform’s “Switched at Birth” since 2011. The streaming platform’s revival of the WB series, which is currently untitled, will be produced by Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Also read: 'Empire's' Danny Strong Joins 'Gilmore Girls' Revival at Netflix Amy Sherman-Palladino and husband Daniel Palladino serve as executive producers on the revival after departing the series before its final season. Stars Alexis Bledel, »
- Reid Nakamura
Least exciting Gilmore Girls news yet? E! News has learned that Vanessa Marano, who played everybody's least favorite character, April Nardini, is officially signed on for Netflix's revival, so…yay? Variety first reported the news. We're super excited for Vanessa Marano. That's really great for her, and we guess we're excited to see if April has grown up to be a nice young woman, just like Marano actually is in real life. We just would have been Ok completely forgetting that Luke's obnoxious daughter had ever existed in the first place. April first came into our lives in season six when she surprised Luke (Scott Patterson) with a DNA test that revealed him to be her long »
Marano will reprise her role as Luke’s (Scott Patterson) daughter April Nardini, who appeared in “Gilmore Girls” in the six and seventh seasons. The character was polarizing, as fans of the beloved show blamed April for Lorelai’s (Lauren Graham) breakup with Luke, as he turned to the unexpected responsibility of having a daughter.
It’s not been made clear in which or how many of the four episodes Marano will appear.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
We've been busy busy with interviews, awards pieces, Silence of the Lambs anniversary, and more so we're way behind on film news. So let's get caught up with news, awardage, and random recommended links...
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- NATHANIEL R
While you were busy freaking out over the impending return of Rory’s three exes, Gilmore Girls‘ No. 1 power couple reunited on the set of Netflix’s revival.
Gilmore Girls‘ initial seven-season run ended with Doyle promising to follow Paris wherever her career took her, and we’re optimistic »
Two more cast members have been added to the Gilmore Girls TV series revival coming to Netflix. Danny Strong returns as Doyle McCaster, and Younger's Sutton Foster is joining in the fun, too. Foster starred in Amy Sherman-Palladino's Bunheads TV show, which was cancelled by ABC Family after one season.
TV Line's Michael Ausiello broke both stories, and nailed the exclusive on Strong's return. The two join an ever growing cast.Read More… »
There's been a flurry of "Gilmore Girls" activity in recent days, with confirmations that a bunch of original cast members will be back for the revival, including all three of Rory's (Alexis Bledel) former boyfriends. Now, two more memorable men are joining the fold.
First comes word from the Gilmore Guys podcast that Danny Strong will be reprising his role as Doyle, the neurotic editor-in-chief of the Yale Daily News and soulmate of Paris (Liza Weil). Strong has gone on to great success since he left "Gilmore," as the co-creator of "Empire" and the screenwriter of hit films including "The Butler." Weil previously confirmed her involvement in the revival, revealing that she'd star in two of the four 90-minute installments; we'd imagine that Paris and Doyle are probably married with several kids by now, and Strong will most likely appear alongside her in those two episodes.
The next return is »
- Katie Roberts
Aziz Ansari can now call himself a master of renewal.
RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard 2016: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?
The funnyman’s acclaimed comedy Master of None has been picked up for a second season at Netflix, he announced today via Twitter. TVLine’s Cable Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the news.
Master of None Season 2 coming 2017. Thanks for all the support everyone!! pic.twitter.com/LSxo7dEVQ1
— Aziz Ansari (@azizansari »
This meeting for the Stars Hollow reunion on Netflix is officially called to order! When the Gilmore Girls revival was officially announced, Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson were confirmed to appear in all four episodes. So yeah, fans had the necessary layers of the nostalgia-filled cake they've been waiting years to devour, so anyone else who happened to sign on kind of felt like icing. Like, yeah, it's delicious, but also not totally necessary to the story, right? But oh man, are fans in for a lot of icing when Gilmore Girls makes its highly anticipated return on Netflix. We've rounded up all the former stars set to reprise their roles in the reunion helmed by »
Danny Strong will reprise his role as Doyle on Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival, TheWrap has learned. The “Empire” co-creator joins Milo Ventimiglia, David Sutcliffe and Jared Padelecki as recent additions to the four-episode revival. Strong played Doyle on the WB series, the longtime love interest for Liza Weil’s Paris Geller. Also read: Jared Padalecki, David Sutcliffe to Return for 'Gilmore Girls' Revival The new series, which is untitled, will be produced by Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Amy Sherman-Palladino and husband Daniel Palladino serve as executive producers on the revival »
- Reid Nakamura
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