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Executive producer Robert L. Boyett said in a statement: "Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not be a part of Fuller House, I know how much Full House has meant to them and they are still very much considered family. It has been exciting to see how they have built their professional careers, and I support their choice to focus on their fashion brands and various business endeavors. I appreciate their support and good wishes towards Fuller House."
Although much of the original cast is set to return, the Olsen twins' participation had long been in question. The twins got their start on the series as kids, and turned their fame into an empire of direct-to-video movies and specials with more recent endeavours involving fashion lines. »
- Garth Franklin
Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen are thinking about joining the Full House sequel series Fuller House. This is not a drill! The twins who played Michelle Tanner for eight years on Full House from 1987-1995 told Women's Wear Daily they just found out about the new Netflix series when John Stamos announced it on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "I guess we're going to talk to the creators and see what's happening," Mary-Kate told Women's Wear Daily on Tuesday. Mary-Kate and Ashley have both taken a step back from acting recently. Ashley's last credited acting role was in The Jerk Theory in 2009 and Mary-Kate's was the 2011 film Beastly. When Netflix announced the new show, they said they were in talks »
See Also: Read our review of Cake here
Cake takes us into the darkly funny world of Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston) who initiates a dubious relationship with a widower (Sam Worthington) while confronting fantastical hallucinations of his dead wife (Anna Kendrick). With her feisty housekeeper-cum-caretaker (Adriana Barraza) ever at her side, Claire searches for human connection and self-forgiveness in this tale of personal redemption.
–The Many Layers of Cake: Learning to Live Again
–The Icing on the Cake: Meet the Cast
- Scott J. Davis
Every joke, every introduction, every song and dance number in every awards show he’s hosted so far; they’ve all led to this moment.
Neil Patrick Harris will host this year’s Oscars telecast, a crowning achievement for the actor who’s already hosted four Tony Awards and two Emmy Awards (and let’s not forget those Spike Video Game Awards and the TV Land Awards).
Landing an Oscars host is always difficult — an October 2014 issue of The Hollywood Reporter claimed that Chris Rock,
So how did he get to this Hollywood mountaintop?
Little Neil grew up in a tiny New Mexico town. When he was 13 his parents sent him to a drama camp where he so impressed the instructors that they helped »
- Ingrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine
Sneak Peek new images of actress Dakota Johnson ("Fifty Shades Of Grey"), in the February 2015 issue of "Vogue" fashion magazine, photographed by Mario Testino, plus take a look @ Johnson in the Nsfw short film "In a Relationship":
Johnson also played the female lead in the film "Date and Switch".
In March 2012, she was cast as 'Kate' in the Fox comedy series "Ben and Kate", then followed up with more film roles "Need for Speed" (2014) and "Anarchy". In 2014, she also co-starred in "Black Mass", to be followed by "I Am Love".
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- Michael Stevens
Angry, depressed, self-pitying and desperate to lose herself in a pharmaceutical haze: no character is more relatable this awards season than Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston), a woman simply unable to cope after a semi-recent catastrophe leaves her with chronic pain and facial and bodily disfigurement.
The movies are full of noble sufferers, but Claire refuses to be one of them. Being difficult (by being herself) is the only way she knows how to insist that she and her pain matter — and »
- Inkoo Kang
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