Exclusive Photos: Disney’s ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS premiere

Johnny Depp at the premiere of Disney's ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

The U.S. premiere of Disney’s ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS was held May 23rd at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood. The story continues with Alice (Mia Wasikowska) returning to the Underland to save her friend the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp). ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS is based on characters created by Lewis Carroll and reunites the cast from Disney’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND (2010). Walking the red carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Sacha Baron Cohen, Matt Lucas, Owain Rhys Davies, James Bobin (Director), Suzanne Todd (Producer), Colleen Atwood (Costume Designer), […]Read On »

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Interview with GROWING UP FISHER narrator Jason Bateman

Jenna Elfman stars as Joyce on GROWING UP FISHER | © 2014 Colleen Hayes/NBC

It’s a busy time for Jason Bateman. GROWING UP FISHER, the half-hour NBC comedy he executive produces and narrates, is in its third week on Tuesdays at 9:30 PM, and his feature directorial debut, BAD WORDS, which Bateman also stars in and produces, opens this Friday, March 14. In GROWING UP FISHER, young Henry (Eli Baker) is dealing with the friendly divorce of his parents, Mel (J.K. Simmons) and Joyce (Jenna Elfman). Bateman voices the older Henry, looking back at a time in his life complicated not so much by the parental split as by his father’s blindness, which is […]Read On »

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Interview: Jenna Elfman talks GROWING UP FISHER

Jenna Elfman as Joyce in GROWING UP FISHER - Season 1 | ©2014 NBC/Colleen Hayes

NBC’s new half-hour comedy, GROWING UP FISHER, Tuesdays at 9:30 PM, is based on the real-life experiences of series creator DJ Nash. Nash’s parents had an amicable divorce, at which time his lawyer father living on his own for the first time, decided it was time to be open about something previously only his wife and kids had known – he’s blind. In the series, J.K. Simmons plays Mel Fisher, the family patriarch. Ava Deluca-Verley portrays Fisher teen Katie and Eli Baker plays Nash’s young onscreen self, Henry Fisher, with Jason Bateman narrating as the adult Henry. Mom Joyce is […]Read On »

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Interview: 1600 PENN star Bill Pullman talks about playing the U.S. President again

Bill Pullman in 1600 PENN - Season 1 - "To the Ranch" | ©2013 NBC/Chris Haston

Bill Pullman is currently starring as U.S. President Dale Gilcrist in NBC’s new half-hour comedy 1600 PENN, Thursdays at 9:30 PM. In addition to matters of state, Pullman’s chief executive has to contend with how three of his children (Martha MacIsaac, Amara Miller, Benjamin Stockham) react to their relatively new stepmother (Jenna Elfman) and the well-meaning but often embarrassing exploits of his oldest son Skip, played by Josh Gad, who created 1600 PENN with Jon Lovett and Jason Winer. Pullman has just finished a raucously funny Q&A session at the Television Critics Association press tour for 1600 PENN with his […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the IDENTITY THIEF World Premiere

Jason Bateman at the World Premiere of IDENTITY THIEF | ©2013 Sue Schneider

Universal Pictures held the World Premiere of IDENTITY THIEF on February 4th at the Regency Village Westwood Theatre. IDENTITY THIEF is about a businessman named Sandy Patterson (Jason Bateman) whose identity gets stolen. Traveling from Denver to Miami to confront the person, Diana (Melissa McCarthy) who has been living it up since stealing his identity. Walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, Jon Favreau, Amanda Peet, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Genesis Rodriguez, Morris Chestnut, Eric Stonestreet, Mary-Charles Jones, Maggie Elizabeth Jones, Brett Baker, Seth Gordon (Director), Jerry Eeten (Storywriter), and Craig Mazin (Storywriter/Screenwriter). […]Read On »

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TV Review: 1600 PENN – Season 1 – “Putting Out Fires” – Series Premiere

Andre Holland as Marshall Malloy, Josh Gad as Skip, Jenna Elfman as Emily, Amara Miller as Marigold, Bill Pullman as Dale, Benjamin Stockham as Xander, Martha MacIsaac as Becca in 1600 PENN | ©2012 NBC/Chris Haston

Stars: Josh Gad, Jenna Elfman, Martha MacIsaac, Andre Holland, Amara Miller, Benjamin Stockham and Bill Pullman Writer: Jon Lovett Director: Jason Winer Network: NBC Original Telecast: Dec. 17th, 2012 Chris Farley tried hard to emulate John Belushi before breaking out on his own in the 1990s and now Josh Gad (from the hit Broadway musical BOOK OF MORMON) is trying desperately to mimic Farley, only coming off as a third rate Belushi, without any of the charm both Belushi and Farley embodied. The format Gad is using is an ineptly scripted sitcom named 1600 PENN (which got a sneak preview […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the ROCK OF AGES World Premiere

Tom Cruise and Julianne Hough at the World Premiere of ROCK OF AGES | ©2012 Sue Schneider

Rock ‘N Rock was the theme at the Warner Bros. Pictures World Premiere of ROCK OF AGES held recently at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The black carpet was decorated with landmark signs from the famous Sunset Strip rock scene – The Whisky Ago Go, The Viper Room and the famous rock eatery hangout The Rainbow Bar and Grill, where a lot of these rock people still go to eat. The Whisky Ago Go being around the longest on the Strip have had many of the great groups play there – The Doors, Poison, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Bodhi Elfman has the TOUCH

Bodhi Elfman in TOUCH - Season 1 - "Tessellations" | ©2012 Fox/Isabella Vosmikova

In TOUCH, the series created by Tim King which has its first-season two-hour finale tonight on Fox, Kiefer Sutherland (who is also one of the show’s producers, plays Martin Baum, the father of eleven-year-old Jake (David Mazouz), an extraordinarily gifted child who does not speak and cannot bear to be touched. However, Jake sees crucial connections between seemingly unrelated events. Most actors get roles and then research their characters. In a serendipitous twist that echoes the themes of inevitable outcomes arising from apparent random happenstance, actor Bodhi Elfman researched his character before he even knew the series TOUCH existed, much […]Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: AMERICAN HORROR STORY actress Frances Conroy plays housekeeper

Frances Conroy in AMERICAN HORROR STORY - Season 1 | ©2011 FX

In AMERICAN HORROR STORY, which has its first-season finale (it’s been renewed for a second) tonight on FX at 10 PM, some ghosts appear as rotting phantoms and others appear alive and tangible. One ghost, however, is so complex that she’s actually played by two actresses. Frances Conroy is the primary incarnation of perennial housekeeper Moira O’Hara, starchy and generally reserved, but her seductive younger self is played by Alexandra Breckinridge. Which version of Moira we see depends largely on who is looking at her – we realize that protagonist Ben Harmon, played by Dylan McDermott, is starting to wise […]Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the IN TIME Los Angeles Premiere

Amanda Seyfried at the Los Angeles Premiere of IN TIME | ©2011 Sue Schneider

Regency Enterprises celebrated the Los Angeles Premiere of IN TIME, October 20th at the Regency Village Theater in Westwood. The concept makes me think of the 1976 film LOGAN’S RUN, which starred Michael York and Jenny Agutter where life ended at 30 in the Carousel. In IN TIME, people stop aging at 25, but are engineered to live only one more year. But if you have the money you can buy your way out of the situation and have a shot at immortal youth. Fans lined the street and screamed as the stars of the film arrived in what looked […]Read On »

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