The former Orange Is the New Black actress made her caped-crusader debut during the second episode of "Elseworlds," the epic three-day crossover event between popular DC series The Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl. On Dec. 2, The CW dropped a teaser that gives fans their first look at Rose rocking the black-and-red bat suit, but it didn't prepare us for the full scene in which Batwoman swoops in to save the day.
As we all know, "Elseworlds" focuses on the Arrowverse heroes traveling to Gotham City, where they team up with Batwoman after a doctor at Arkham Asylum cooks up some wild and destructive machinations. The crossover serves as an introduction to the Batwoman character and, if all goes well with her debut, Rose will also star in the Batwoman stand-alone series that the
A Simple Favor stars Anna Kendrick, 33, as Stephanie, a mommy vlogger who attempts to figure out why and how her best friend Emily (Lively, 31) went missing. In the process, she discovers Emily isn’t exactly who she said she was.
Throughout A Simple Favor, Emily is decked out in upscale tailored suits, mimicking Feig who is famous for always wearing suits to work on the sets of his hit films like Bridesmaids,
The comedy veteran, actress, singer, and writer has been keeping the world entertained for seven decades now, but she's perhaps best known for her groundbreaking work on her CBS variety show, The Carol Burnett Show. Now she'll be honored for her contributions to television with a special new award at the 2019 Golden Globes ceremony when it takes place on Jan. 6.
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"For more than 50 years, comedy trailblazer Carol Burnett has been breaking barriers while making us laugh," said HFPA President Meher Tatna. "She was the first woman to host a variety sketch show, The Carol Burnett Show. She was also the first woman to win both the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor and Kennedy Center Honors. And now we add another
After starring in this Summer's biggest romantic hit, Crazy Rich Asians, the Fresh Off the Boat actress is reportedly doubling down on the genre, according to new rumors about her next film role. In an as-yet-unnamed romantic comedy directed by Glow star Kimmy Gatewood and executive produced by Elizabeth Banks, Wu would play a "charmingly chaotic woman who has to get her life together when she becomes pregnant with two babies from two different men."
Um, say what now?!
Yes, apparently Wu's character, if she does sign onto the film, will live out one of my actual nightmares when she endures a double pregnancy (though I'm sure her journey will be far less traumatizing). Savion Einstein wrote the screenplay about this case of "superfecundation," which is apparently a very, very rare condition that could, hypothetically, result in such a scenario.
The film stars Elizabeth Banks as a woman who seems to get a gift straight from god when a baby from another planet crash-lands on her farm. Unfortunately, as the years go by and her adopted son grows up, his true nature proves to be far more sinister than she or her husband (David Denman) could have ever imagined. What's worse? No one alive seems to be able to match his power. If that sounds sufficiently creepy enough for you,
There's so much going on in the moment (which starts just after the four-minute mark): Jennifer is kissing Sandra on the lips, Dolly is screaming with joy, and Sandra is switching between asking if everything is Ok and calling Jennifer "mama." Sandra also tries to bow out of
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