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Produced by 3 Hounds Productions, Littlefield Company, Mhs Productions, Paramount Networks Television Productions
Aired on The WB for 1 season (15 episodes, 4 Unaired) from September 19, 2002 – December 5, 2002
Penn Badgley as Joel Larsen
Angela Goethals as Cheryl Larsen
Josh Wise as Pat Brody
Natasha Melnick as Isabelle Meyers
Michael Milhoan as Bill Larsen
Gigi Rice as Karen Larsen
After enduring a jolt to the head from defibrillator paddles, a depressed paper salesman named Joel Larsen is sent back 20 years into his fifteen-year-old body, where he is given a second chance at life to do everything he never allowed himself to do the first time around, including helping out his drug addict sister from going down a bad road and saving his parents’ marriage. Joel quickly adjusts to his new status as a teen, now with knowledge of the future, and lives »
- Jean Pierre Diez
There's a new romance flourishing on the Upper East Side! Gossip Girl alum Jessica Szohr is dating Scotty McKnight, E! News confirms. They started dating a few months ago after meeting through friends, a source tells us. Although it has only been a couple of months, things have been going really well for the couple! "They are very cute together and they're having lots of fun," the insider says. The former New York Jets wide receiver and the Two Night Stand actress recently showed off their love in a couple of pictures on Instagram from the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The two held hands while walking through Don Julio's Neon Carnival, and McKnight made sure to document their »
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Before the deluge of summer blockbusters – superhero, sci-fi, and otherwise – hit theatres, this week’s film slate asks us to remember the meat and potatoes of cinema going.
Yes, we’re back in drama territory with two new releases this week.
Get your Harrison Ford fix with this weekend’s The Age of Adaline, a romance in the same vein as Tuck Everlastingor The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Throughout the film, Adaline (“Gossip Girl”’s Blake Lively), who discovers that she’s immortal, struggles with love and loss while she remains ageless. Canadian actor Anthony Ingruber, Harrison Ford, and Michiel Huisman also star.
Russell Crowe returns to his native Australia for his directorial debut, The Water Diviner. The film follows an Australian farmer (Crowe) who travels to Turkey after the First World War in search of his sons who went missing in the Battle of Gallipoli. Jai Courtney (Divergent »
- Cineplex Entertainment
Attention, Upper East Siders! Gossip Girl alum Jessica Szohr has a hunky new man in her life. The Two Night Stand actress, 30, was spotted holding hands with her new beau Scotty McKnight at Don Julio’s Neon Carnival in Indio, Calif. earlier this week. The pair attended the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival together on April 13, posting pictures via Instagram from the outdoor venues. Great times with even greater people. Old friends and new. Peace out Coachilla ????? A photo posted by Scotty Mcknight (@scotty_mcknight) on Apr [...] »
The heroes in a half-shell will be back on the big screen next summer and today brings word of another live-action actor slated to join them. Tyler Perry, most recently spotted in David Fincher’s Gone Girl, has been added to the cast of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 as scientist Baxter Stockman. He joins returning cast members Megan Fox and Will Arnett, who are locked in to reprise their roles as intrepid Channel 6 reporter April O’Neil and her cameraman Vern Fenwick, respectively.
Perry’s character won’t be the only newcomer to the franchise. Arrow star Stephen Amell recently boarded as hockey stick-wielding vigilante Casey Jones, and Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio (Gossip Girl) is set to play Vern Fenwick’s love interest. Fan favorites Bebop and Rocksteady, two of Shredder’s idiotic lackeys, are also touted to make appearances.
Turning to how Stockman fits into the turtles’ story, »
- Gem Seddon
That hair is just too glorious! Yes, Blake Lively rocked close to a zillion ensembles while promoting The Age of Adaline on Tuesday, April 21, in NYC. But perhaps even more impressive, the Gossip Girl alum, 27, worked a fresh hairstyle for nearly every outfit—and she had a little genius help to make it all happen. Enter celebrity hairstylist Rod Ortega, who created each unique 'do to complement her impeccable sense of style. Wonder how he was able to concoct them all (practically one every two hours) while [...] »
As Serena van der Woodsen, the prep-school princess of "Gossip Girl," Blake Lively mastered a certain phlegmatic poise. Even when the bitchy backbiting of the CW's teen soap spiraled out of control, the actress kept her willowy cool, an air of mystery that serves her well in director Lee Toland Krieger's otherwise ludicrous romance, "The Age of Adaline." Lively stars as Adaline Bowman, a woman whose body is frozen at the age of 29 even as her soul, and the world around her, witness eight decades' worth of changes. Though long reticent to develop close relationships, lest her secret be revealed, Adaline finds herself drawn to Ellis Jones ("Game of Thrones" hunk Michiel Huisman), a wealthy philanthropist with old-fashioned tastes, and the film, full of sumptuous fashions that would make "Gossip Girl" green with envy, plumbs the dynamic of Adaline's strange situation. Lively, who outside of "Gossip Girl" has maintained a relatively. »
- Matt Brennan
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Blake Lively is a good sport! The actress took a break from her press fashion tour while promoting her new movie "The Age of Adaline", and stopped by the "Tonight Show" on Tuesday to chat with Jimmy Fallon. The 27-year-old stunned on the late night show in a black mini dress, with gorgeous side swept hair and natural make up. But the blonde beauty was really there to have some fun with the host and play one of his silly games. "We're about to play a fun silly game that all the kids around the office are playing. It's called 'Say Anything,'" he said of the random game. "Blake and I will take turns saying random words, first person to stumble, blank or repeat a word loses that round." But this odd game had a catch: "The winner of that round gets to apply a piece of clear tape to the loser's face. »
- tooFab Staff
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Blake Lively is giving us a lesson in style! The press tour for "Age of Adaline" has turned into a fashion show for the actress, who has looked absolutely stunning at each stop. On Tuesday, the new mom changed six times as she made the media rounds -- and we have to say, she's never looked better! On the heels of her red hot red carpet premiere, the 27-year-old star dazzled outside of the "Live with Kelly and Michael" studios in New York City, sporting a pink wrap dress with black stripes and a graphic hem. She paired the fun frock with black and white ankle-wrapped stilettos, tousled waves and a pink lip. During her interview, the blonde bombshell swapped her dress for pants, donning a white and green leafy jumpsuit with strappy red sandals. Mrs. Ryan Reynolds added another pop of color as she arrived at Sirius radio in a bright, »
- tooFab Staff
Daisy Miller meets Dorian Gray — or perhaps “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” meets Nicholas Sparks — in “The Age of Adaline,” a sensitively directed slab of romantic hokum that wrings an impressive amount of emotional conviction from a thoroughly ludicrous premise. A dab hand at invigorating conventional material with storytelling smarts and strong performances (“Celeste & Jesse Forever,” “The Vicious Kind”), helmer Lee Toland Krieger elicits a moving central turn from Blake Lively as a woman for whom eternal youth turns out to be a decidedly mixed blessing — one that plays out in ways both poignant and preposterous, sometimes simultaneously, over the course of her 100-plus years on Earth. Viewers seeking a pleasant alternative to the early-summer blockbuster barrage could do far worse than this genial high-concept romance, a likely modest theatrical performer for Lionsgate whose commercial stature should only improve with age.
The sort of time-skipping, tear-milking supernatural romance that »
- Justin Chang
Blake Lively has one notable screen role and three “Vogue” covers to her name. In “The Age of Adaline,” her first film since 2012’s “Savages,” the former “Gossip Girl” seems to be auditioning for a fourth cover shoot with Anna Wintour, posing in dozens of retro-inspired outfits and embodying a tony, effortless sophistication that’s cooler than chilled champagne. “Adaline” even feels like a magazine celebrity profile: We’re told repeatedly that Lively’s character is gorgeous, intelligent, charismatic, endlessly fascinating — her faults are harder to find than a blemish on that dewy, radiant face. Such perfection rarely lends itself to narrative. »
- Inkoo Kang
After swanning through six seasons of Gossip Girl as Upper East Side teen queen Serena van der Woodsen, Blake Lively made some smart choices. Aside from the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movies (the first of which she shot before becoming a small-screen star) and Green Lantern (which, if little else, hooked her up with current hubby Ryan Reynolds), she’s kept her head down, delivering credible supporting turns for directors like Rebecca Miller (The Private Lives of Pippa Lee), Ben Affleck (The Town) and Oliver Stone (Savages). A preternaturally poised blonde whose statuesque beauty is softened by kind, squinty
- Jon Frosch
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Stumbling home with your 6 inch heels in your hand, eye lashes hanging on for dear life with a bloke whose name is maybe Tom or Tim or something – the party girl lifestyle has an expiration date.
Vodka slushes have been swapped for jogging bottoms, and scraped knees have been taken over by Netflix marathons, and the loud music and sweaty atmosphere just isn’t for you anymore. But don’t worry, you aren’t getting old: it’s just something we all have to come to terms with at some point.
So if you find the night life scene boring, loud and sticky, or if you prefer a girly sleepover over being carried home, then it might be time to hang up that glittery mini dress and those killer heels. And whisper it, but it’s totally okay to prefer pubs to clubs, to like going out on special »
- Becca Leighton-Cox
“Astronaut Wives Club” is finally ready to blast off at ABC, with the network announcing on Monday a summer premiere date for the new drama.
Originally scheduled to bow last summer and then pushed to spring for retooling and some cast changes, “Astronaut Wives Club” will air Thursdays at 8 p.m. starting June 18. That launch date will allow the network to promote the series during coverage of the NBA Finals, which will occupy Thursdays earlier in the month.
ABC had announced its summer schedule earlier this month, but there was no mention of “Astronaut Wives Club” at that time.
Based on the book by Lily Koppel, “Astronaut Wives Club” focuses on seven women who were key players behind some of the biggest events in American history. As America’s astronauts were launched on death-defying missions, the lives of their young wives were transformed, seemingly overnight, from military spouses to American royalty. »
- Rick Kissell
ABC has set a June 18 premiere date for “The Astronaut Wives Club,” a series long in the works from “Gossip Girl” executive producer Josh Schwartz and writer/Ep Stephanie Savage. Originally slated for summer 2014, the drama about seven women married to astronauts in the early days of space exploration was reworked for midseason this year before sliding to its current summer ’15 premiere. Part of the retooling expanded the focus of the 10-episode series from one to three groundbreaking Nasa missions: Mercury, Gemini and Apollo. “The Astronaut Wives Club” stars JoAnna Garcia Swisher as Betty Grissom; Yvonne Strahovski as Rene Carpenter »
- L.A. Ross
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