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It’s good to see Jennifer Garner’s production company, Vandalia Films, ramping up its production slate. Having produced 2012’s Butter, Garner teamed with that film’s writer Jason Micallef for a strip club-set drama for Fox during the previous TV season. Now the company is developing All The Pretty Faces for Bravo, and has just sold Half Full to Fox.
Half Full is a single-camera, half hour comedy show focusing on a newly-wed couple who are forced to adjust their plans due to a surprise pregnancy. Instead of moving to New York, they have to stay at home in Agawam, Massachusetts, within five miles of the husband’s five bitter older siblings. The script is being written by actor-writer Matthew Nicklaw (LoveFinder), who will also co-executive produce the project. The show comes from Warner Bros Television with Vandalia Films, and features Jennifer Garner as executive producer, with Juliana Janes as producer. »
- Sarah Myles
Amazon Studios is mixing genres with its newest project. The streaming service has purchased half-hour sci-fi comedy Norad from Butter writer Jason Micallef, a source tells The Hollywood Reporter. The logline is being kept under wraps, though the title could refer to the organization that provides air defense to North America. Director Jim Field Smith, with whom Micallef collaborated on the Jennifer Garner comedy Butter, is attached to executive produce alongside Underground Film and Management's Trevor Engelson and Josh McGuire. Norad joins a number of upcoming projects for the Santa Monica-based studio, including biblical drama Promised Land,
- Natalie Jarvey, Lesley Goldberg
Bravo isn't a network that comes to mind when discussing genre TV shows, but they're about to join the fray with a new supernatural drama series produced by Jennifer Garner ("Alias," Butter). Read on for the early details.
Per TV Guide, "All the Pretty Faces," produced by Garner's Vandalia Films in association with Warner Horizon Television, is a mystery set in the beach town of Half Moon Bay, California, written and executive produced by J. Mills Goodloe.
The show centers on two immortal families who've been engaged in a decades-long feud, à la the Hatfields and the McCoys. However, when a member of one of the families suddenly dies, the clans are brought together in a search for the secret to their eternal life.
- Debi Moore
She may not be a household name yet, but she is a favorite for awards show season, and is poised to be accepting for her film ’12 Years a Slave.’ She looked stunning at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala on Jan. 4 — get her exact hair and makeup look below.
Lupita Nyong’o looked stunning at the Film Festival, promoting her Golden Globe-nominated film 12 Years A Slave. Her natural curls and pretty pink lip really popped on the red carpet. We spoke to her hair and makeup artists and are bringing you her award-winning look below!
Lupita Nyong’o At Palm Springs Film Festival — Get Her Exact Makeup
The makeup was done by Nick Barose. He tells HollywoodLife.com exactly how he created the look:
- Dory Larrabee
4 items from 2014
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