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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting loves her husband, but her heart belonged to someone else before she met him.and it still does!
Don't feel too bad for Ryan Sweeting, though. The Big Bang Theory star told E! News Thursday at the 2014 Aspca Compassion Awards (where she and Nikki Reed were both honored) that Ryan was well-aware of her main fella before they tied the knot last New Year's Eve.
So who is the lucky dog with a permanent hold on Kaley's heart? His name is Norman, and he's actually a pit bull mix! "Anyone that knows me knows Norman," she explained, "and he is the love of my life. My husband knew that going in. He's No. 1...I love that guy so much!'"
She really does, too! Kaley's Instagram (she uses the handle @normancook) features plenty of pretty pittie shots, including a few where Norman gives Ryan a run for his money! »
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting loves her husband, but her heart belonged to someone else before she met him—and it still does! Don't feel too bad for Ryan Sweeting, though. The Big Bang Theory star told E! News thursday at the 2014 Aspca Compassion Awards (where she and Nikki Reed were both honored) that Ryan was well-aware of her main fella before they tied the knot last New Year's Eve. So who is the lucky dog with a permanent hold on Kaley's heart? His name is Norman, and he's actually a pit bull mix! "Anyone that knows me knows Norman," she explained, "and he is the love of my life. My husband knew that going in. He's number one...I love that guy so much!'" She really »
Larry Wilson is a man who's had more than one life, it seems. Originally a writer, he then moved to development and the world of studio executives. And then? He moved back to writing, with Beetlejuice, which he also co-produced.
Here, he chats to us about his new webseries Cindy, as well as taking us back to the days of Beetlejuice, of bringing James Cameron to Aliens, and how Young Sherlock Holmes - a film based on his idea - was a disappointment to him.
Oh, and there's that Beetlejuice sequel too...
Let's start with what you're up to now, your webseries Cindy. I understand you pitched it originally to Nickelodeon, but it sounds like a show that's been swimming in your head for a while now. Can you tell us a bit about it? »
Amy Poehler on the effects of cocaine and ecstasy.
The chapter, aptly titled "Obligatory Drug Stories" (via The Mirror), offers this candid confession: "I tried cocaine, which I instantly loved but eventually hated. Cocaine is terrific if you want to hang out with people you don't know very well and play ping-pong all night. It's bad for almost everything else … The day after cocaine is rough."
She also recalls taking ecstasy at a memorable Ucb (comedy group United Citizens Brigade) New Year's Eve party.
The crowd "danced and drank water and loved each other," she remembers »
Every single episode of Friends, all 236 of them, will be coming to Netflix starting Jan. 1, 2015. (That is without a doubt one of the most satisfying and wonderful sentences we have ever typed in our entire lives.) In the immortal words of Chandler Bing, we are so excited we may vomit. But that's just part of the process of finding out that your favorite Manhattan group will be on your Netflix in just a couple of months, just in time for your New Year's Eve hangover, actually! If you're like us (read: super awesome), then here is what your life has been like since getting the Friends news: 1. Disbelief This has to be a hoax. Something this perfect can't be true, right? »
Unless you're a type-a overachiever (Monica, much?), you probably don't have New Year's Eve plans yet. Thanks to Netflix and "Friends," at least you have New Year's Day taken care of.
All 10 seasons of "Friends" will be release en masse on Instant Netflix on January 1, 2015. Let's face it. You probably always have it on in the background anyway; now you can begin from the beginning! Watch it after indulging in a deliciously greasy New Year's breakfast (and a little hair of the dog), or when you dry off from your Polar Bear Plunge, or whatever your New Year's ritual may be. If you're dying for a "Friends" fix in the meantime, and you're in the NYC area, you can hit up the Central Perk pop-up in SoHo until October 18.
Check out the Netflix teaser below and revel in Gunther's amazing grump face.
- Jenni Miller
The After Dark Films supernatural thriller that was first announced in January 2013, Sanatorium, is making its way to DVD and VOD on December 23rd.
Fifty-six years later, a team of ghost hunters - from the popular TV series "Ghost Trackers" - prepares to spend the night at the sanatorium.
The post After Dark Films Squeezes Out Another DVD Release appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Ryan Turek
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's joint jazz standards album "Cheek to Cheek" hit No. 1 on the album sales charts last week, so it's about time they got around to announcing their first concert together. That will be at The Cosmopolitan Casino in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve at the very end of 2014. "I can't wait to kick off 2015 'cheek to cheek' with the legendary Mr. Tony Bennett," Lady Gaga, 28, said of her 88-year-old collaborator. "New Year's celebrations are about cherishing family, friendship, and the future -- three things this man has taught me much about." Tickets go up on Friday. Below, check out their performance of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" for "Great Performances: Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live!" on PBS, which airs Oct. 24. »
- Katie Hasty
Pregnant celebrities - Alicia Keys baby due date has been revealed and the star singer is due to give birth on New Year's Eve (Dec. 31, 2014). The 'Girl On Fire' hitmaker - who is expecting her second child with husband Swizz Beatz - has revealed they are set to become parents again at the end of the year. Speaking on 'The View' last night (29.09.14), she said: ''It's looking like December, they tell me December 31. I think that's kinda cute.'' The singer - who has three-year-old son Egypt with her husband - also discussed her new single 'Here We Are' and the movement she is leading to create a peaceful world for her children, and admitted being a mother has influenced her passion for change. She added: ''Definitely being a mother has definitely given me more of a fierceness and an understand about just what I believe in that much more. »
Severrrrrn! Sorry, we're a bit over-excited, because the very first Strictly Come Dancing live show is about to start. We've done the office sweepstake, we've slipped on our sequins and we've even gone for a bit of a spray tan, but we're not the ones who have to take to the floor to cha cha our way to victory.
That responsibility falls on the shoulders of 15 very brave (/stupid) celebrities, and the first batch will be hitting the floor tonight - Tonight - to attempt to impress the judges. But who'll soar and who'll fall as flat as their feet? We're about to find out, so join Digital Spy from 9pm as we bring you all the action from the ballroom...
21:59That's it for tonight though! Who are you loving and loathing at this early stage? Who do you think will triumph? And who are you still excited to see? »
There's been barely a moment to breathe since "The Imitation Game," "Birdman" and "The Theory of Everything" showed their wares at Venice, Telluride and Toronto, but there's rarely any rest for the weary during awards season. Three films are making noise in the Best Picture rankings this week and all for different reasons. David Fincher's "Gone Girl" has already received some strong early reviews, but its big closeup will be Friday when it opens the 2014 New York Film Festival and a theater full of prestige pundits finally get to see it. Pre-release polling shows a strong $25 million-plus opening for the big screen adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel and the flood of reviews this weekend "should" give the film an even bigger boost (no doubt part of 20th Century Fox's plan). "Girl" is one contender that will likely need to solidify its standing from both critical and moviegoer response. »
- Gregory Ellwood
Looking for what's new on Netflix streaming for October 2014? You've come to the right place.
We've rounded up the best TV shows and movies arriving soon. So take some time to peruse this list, and maybe block off a weekend or two so you can binge-watch Season 5 of "The Vampire Diaries" or something.
Here's a much larger rundown of what subscribers can expect in September, courtesy of Netflix. All title dates are subject to change.
Available October 1
Based on the Depression-era comic strip "Little Orphan Annie," this adaptation of the smash Broadway musical follows America's favorite urchin (Aileen Quinn) as she captures Daddy Warbucks' (Albert Finney) heart with her unquenchable optimism. In the meantime, Annie must try to dodge the treacherous head of the orphanage (Carol Burnett). Directed by John Huston, Annie features the hit song "Tomorrow."
"Annie: A Royal Adventure" (1995)
Annie, the charming orphan with a head full of red curls, »
- Tim Hayne
Last night, MTV released the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Awkward" episode 13 of season 4, and it appears to be quite interesting as Matty and Jenna attempt to agree not to see other people. However, it doesn't work out too well, and more. The episode is titled, "Auld Lang Party." In the new, 13th episode, Jenna is going to desire to just chill at home for a quiet New Year's Eve. However, her plans are going to get flushed to hell and she will party it up at Ally's house. Episode 13 is scheduled to air on Tuesday night, September 30th at 9pm central time on MTV. »
Recently, MTV served up a new, short teaser spoiler for their upcoming "Awkward" episode 13 of season 4. We've also got a title for it, which is labeled, "Auld Lang Party," and it turns out that we'll see Jenna's original, quiet New Year's Eve plans get turned upside down and partying hard at Ally's house. Their official teaser description for this episode, reads like this: "Although Jenna wants to have a quiet New Year's Eve, plans go awry and she ends up at a party at Ally's house." Episode 13 is set to air on Tuesday night, September 30th at 9pm central time on MTV. Stay tuned. »
A review of tonight's "Boardwalk Empire" coming up just as soon as my fortune wafts down from Episcopalian Heaven... "Does she know what you are?" -Fern "She knew what I was." -Chalky On "Boardwalk Empire," Nucky and Chalky have never exactly been equals, simply because the racial politics of the time wouldn't allow for that. But they were presented as each other's opposite number on the white and black sides of town, Chalky was Nucky's last ally standing when Gyp Rosetti's army invaded, and the two characters were more or less treated as co-leads last season. Outside forces pushed them together and pulled them apart, but they liked each other, and were alike in many ways — in particular in how each pulled himself up from poverty to a position in high society, right alongside all the swells whose errands they used to run. Both are in sketchier circumstances at this stage of the final season, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Babies and mermaids and Sweetings, oh my! Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting opened up to Ellen DeGeneres on Friday, Sept. 19, about her marriage to Ryan Sweeting and whether they're ready to expand their family. "We both want kids," the Big Bang Theory star, 28, said, adding that they "can't wait." However, the actress and tennis pro — who wed this past New Year's Eve — have their hands full at the moment with another rescue dog. "Got a real small one, a little rescue. Her name is Ruby," Cuoco said [...] »
Do you want to do something different with New Year's Eve this year? Forget the noisemakers, party hats, and Prosecco (Oh, you actually do Champagne? Well, sorry, Mr. Rockefeller) and go see a crime drama starring Llewyn Davis and Jessica Chastain with bangs! All Is Lost's J.C. Chandor (no relation to Jc Chasez) directs Chastain and Oscar Isaac in A Most Violent Year, a thriller about an immigrant and his family in New York City during the winter of 1981 (one of the most violent years in NYC's history). The film opens on December 31, so if you hear people talking, they're probably just counting down. »
- Jesse David Fox
It's the dread December 31st just-barely-Oscar-qualifying release for Jc Chandor's curiosity A Most Violent Year. We had seen virtually nothing until today but now the poster, the teaser, a new website newyorkcity1981.com and the release date. We hear the acting is topnotch but then with that cast (Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain, Albert Brooks, David Oyelowo, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Alessandro Nivola, Christopher Abbott, Elizabeth Marvel, etcetera), why wouldn't it be?
Here's the teaser. Let us hope releasing a movie called that on New Year's Eve isn't a horrific omen for the good health of 2015.
- NATHANIEL R
Variety reports that Efron is being lined up to play a young man tricked into driving his grandfather (De Niro), a perverted former Army general, to Florida for spring break.
This will be the second time the pair have collaborated after 2011's ensemble movie New Year's Eve. This is also the second comedy movie Efron has starred in for Universal after this year's smash hit, Bad Neighbours.
A release date for the project is yet to be announced.
Watch the trailer for Bad Neighbours below: »
Superhero nerds and comics snobs, gather and rejoice! We're proud to make an exclusive announcement: Marvel Comics is about to publish the first new Miracleman stories in 20 years. And what's more, one of those stories will be the first-ever publication of a long-lost Miracleman script written nearly 30 years ago by psychedelic Scottish comics legend Grant Morrison. On New Year's Eve, you can head to your local comics shop (or online retailer, if you hate the smell of paper) and buy Miracleman Annual No. 1. It will feature the following delights: the aforementioned never-before-seen Grant Morrison story, which will be drawn by Marvel Entertainment's chief creative officer (and veteran penciler) Joe Quesada; a brand-new Miracleman story written by Peter Milligan and drawn by Mike Allred; a cover by Italian illustrator Gabriele Dell'Otto; and a variant cover by Bone writer-artist Jeff Smith. For the comics world, this is a huge »
- Abraham Riesman
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