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09 Aug 2014
By Jess • Comments Off on Hollywood Game Night – Season 2, March 29thImages

I added 3 pics of Lauren appearing on Hollywood Game Night, episode 11 of season 2 to the gallery. The episode aired on March 29th this year and there were no pics yet of the night in the gallery. So here you go. Also a little video


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06 Aug 2014
By Jess • Comments Off on ‘Parenthood’ Season 6 Spoilers!Parenthood

“Parenthood” seems to be throwing quite a few curve balls to the Bravermans in their final 13 episodes. Aside from the possible death of a family member, two major couples are going to have to deal with exes coming back into their lives.

Click the ‘read more’ link for all the spoilers so far!

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14 Jul 2014
By Jess • Comments Off on Jason Katims talks final-season planParenthood, Projects

“Parenthood,” NBC’s little family drama that could, will enter its sixth and final season in the fall — and showrunner Jason Katims says the plan is to go big and go home.

In addressing reporters Sunday during NBC’s session at the Television Critics Assn. press tour, Katims said a larger, overarching story that has a “huge affect” on the Braverman clan will be introduced in the season’s first episode, and it will drive the entire season.

“It’s a huge challenge for the family and a kind we haven’t seen before,” said Katims, who was joined on stage by showrunners from some of NBC’s other dramas. No further hints were provided, but we’re guessing loading up on boxes of tissue would be a safe bet.

“Parenthood” will end its run with 13 episodes on Thursdays beginning Sept. 25. And Katims said he’s taking a cue from his approach to the final season of cult favorite “Friday Night Lights,” which saw beloved couple Coach Taylor and Tami reach a crossroads in their relationship, in how he handles the swan song for the tearjerker drama.

“I felt like I wanted to find something like in ‘Friday Night Lights’ … with a story we hadn’t seen before,” he said. “In this case, I wanted to do something that starts at the beginnning of the season so the audience tracks us through the entire year…. I feel like were going to be telling a story this year that we haven’t told before. And I’m excited about that.”

09 Jun 2014
By Jess • Comments Off on ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Season 5News

Stars Valerie Bertinelli, Kelsey Grammer and Lauren Graham will also search their family history on the TLC series

The second season of TLC’s genealogy docu-series “Who Do You Think You Are?” will feature six new journeys with Valerie Bertinelli, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Lauren Graham, Kelsey Grammer, Cynthia Nixon, Rachel McAdams and her sister, Kayleen McAdams.

Also, TLC has acquired 10 episodes from the show’s previous seasons on NBC. The episodes feature Matthew Broderick, Lisa Kudrow, Rob Lowe, Reba McEntire, Tim McGraw, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Brooke Shields, Vanessa Williams and Rita Wilson.

The show returns for its second season on TLC and its fifth season overall on Wednesday, July 23 at 9/8c. Watch TheWrap’s exclusive first look at Cynthia Nixon’s episode below.

 

 

29 May 2014
By Jess • Comments Off on ‘Max’ to film in AshevilleMax

A movie by the director of “Remember the Titans” will film in the Asheville area this June, according to a casting call.

The movie, “Max,” stars Lauren Graham, most recognized for her role in “The Gilmore Girls,” and Thomas Haden Church, who was nominated for an Academy Award in 2005 for his supporting role in “Sideways.”

The film is about a dog that helped soldiers in Afghanistan and then returns to the U.S. He’s adopted by his handler’s family after “suffering a traumatic experience,” says IMDB.com. The movie database website also says the film is slated for a 2015 release date.

Boaz Yakin is both co-writer and director of “Max.” In addition to his work on “Remember the Titans,” Yakin is known for writing “Safe,” “Now You See Them,” and “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.”

Stand-ins are needed in Asheville June 2-5, according to Tona B. Dahlquist Casting, and “MAX” is an MGM Studios film.

For more information on the casting call, visit the company’s Facebook page.

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