Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures; Kara Del Toro, Joey King, Hunter King, Rosario Dawson
We should mention that Katherine Heigl is also in the film, but we chose instead to highlight Rosario Dawson’s appearance on the red carpet. It shouldn’t come as a complete surprise that the film’s producers hired Katherine Heigl to play the role of a vindictive ex-wife looking to ruin the life of her ex-husband and his new wife. It’s nice to see that she’s cashing in on the fact that everyone hates her.
Here’s more about the film’s plot:
Tessa Connover (Katherine Heigl) is barely coping with the end of her marriage when her ex-husband, David, becomes happily engaged to Julia (Rosario Dawson). Trying to settle into her new role as a wife and a stepmother, Julia believes she has finally met the man of her dreams, the man who can help her put her own troubled past behind her. Tessa’s jealousy takes a pathological turn, and she will stop at nothing to turn Julia’s dream into the ultimate nightmare. Source
Katy Perry and Audi of America were honored ast Trevor Heroes at the “Trevor Live” at the Hollywood Palladium. Billed as an evening of comedy and music, the event included performances by Anna Kendrick, Naya Rivera, Jessica Sanchez, and Kristin Chenoweth. For more info, visit The Trevor Project website. The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
Pictured: Anna Kendrick, Christa B. Allen, Naya Rivera, Sarah Hyland, Whitney Cummings
CBS had their 2012 Upfronts at The Tent at Lincoln Center in New York City. Some things to report include the debut of four new shows this Fall, including Partners, Vegas, Elementary, and Made in Jersey. A couple of changes to already exiting programing were made having Two Broke GirlsTwo and a Half Men, renewed for a 10th season, to the 8:30pm slot on Thursday nights following The Big Bang Theory. For a complete listing of this Fall’s lineup, head over to CBS.com.
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Pictured: Janet Montgomery, Kat Dennings, Lucy Liu, Whitney Cummings
This Means War is the upcoming movie starring Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy. Basically it’s a love triangle where the two dudes are CIA agents both dating Reese Witherspoon’s character, Lauren Scott. Also with roles in the movie are Laura Vandervoort, Abigail Spencer, and Chelsea Handler. Look for it in theaters everywhere on February 17th. For more info, visit the This Means War official website.
Looks like it’s press time for the major networks as they get back to work from the winter break and the mid-season premieres start up. Therefore from our perspective it’s time for us to do some mass overload posts of almost every lady in attendance, annoying a number of readers with the amount of clicks needed to get through the entire post but that’s what we’re here for.
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New for 2012 on NBC are The Firm, based on the John Grisham novel and Are You There, Chelsea?, based on Chelsea Handler’s book Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, starring Laura Pepron as Chelsea and Chelsea Handler as Sloane. The Firm premieres tonight while Are You There, Chelsea? premieres on January 11th. For more info on these and other shows, visit NBC.com.
Photo Credit: WENN
More on Are You There, Chelsea?:
The series follows an outspoken woman, Chelsea Newman (a character based on the real Chelsea Handler and the show’s main protagonist) and her circle of working-class twenty-something friends in New Jersey, through the narration and observations of the fictional Chelsea. Most of the situations were inspirations from Handler’s book, which is based on her early career in her twenties. [Wiki]
These were snapped yesterday afternoon as NBC’s “Whitney” star Whitney Cummings was spotted hitting up E! Studios to an interview on “Chelsea Lately.” In an attempt to promote Whitney’s new show, her publicist really has the papz on speed dial b/c after rarely ever seeing candid photos of her, we’ve already seen Whitney a couple times over the past few days. For those of you who missed the jogging photos from yesterday, check them here.
Wow, I knew she was pasty, but didn’t know it was this bad. It definitely looks like someone needs to get out of the writer’s room a little more often!
As most of you know, Whitney Cummings’s new NBC show “Whitney“ premiered last week to decent ratings, but NBC as a whole still remains in the ratings toilet bowl w/ their other new show “Playboy Club” tanking in its debut. “Whitney” earned 6.7 million viewers, but that was peanuts to CBS’s “Big Bang Theory,” which raked in 14.1 million viewers. I have the premiered DVR’d, so I’m really hoping for good things, although I think her comedy would work better on HBO or Showtime (for obvious reasons). Any of you bastards catch the premiere, by chance? Sound off with your thoughts below…
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Tab launch party, the CBS, CW, Showtime TCA Party actually invited and got fairly notable ladies to come out in preparation for the Fall season on those networks. So I guess we’ll give a rundown of where you can catch each of the ladies in this overly exaggeratd post starting with the ladies above.
– AJ Cook as Jennifer ‘JJ’ Jareau on CBS’s Criminal Minds
– AnnaLynne McCord as Naomi Clark on CW’s 90210
– Beth Behrs as Caroline on CBS’s Two Broke Girls
– Bianca Kajlich as Jennifer on CBS’s Rules of Engagement
– Camilla Luddington as Lizzie on Showtime’s Californication
– Chrstina McLarty is the Entertainment Reporter for CBS 2 in L.A. and was on The Young and The Restless
– Claire Danes as Carrie Anderson on Showtime’s Homeland
– Cote de Pablo as Ziva David on CBS’s NCIS
– Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye on CBS’s NCIS
– Dawn Olivieri as Andie Star on CW’s The Vampire Diaries and previously an episode of Californication
– Emmy Rossum as Fiona Gallagher on Showtime’s Shameless
– Jaime King as Lemon Breeland on CW’s Hart of Dixie
– Jessica Stroup as Erin Silver on CW’s 90210
– Kat Dennings as Max on CBS’s Two Broke Girls
– Kat Graham as Bonnie Bennett on CW’s The Vampire Diaries
– Kristen Bell as “Gossip Girl (Voice)” on CW’s Gossip Girl
– Megyn Price as Audrey Bingham on CBS’s Rules of Engagement
– Mircea Monroe as Morning Randolph on Showtime’s Episodes
– Morena Baccarin as Jessica Brody on Showtime’s Homeland
– Natasha Henstridge as Principal Dawn Chamberlain on CW’s The Secret Circle
– Poppy Montgomery as Carrie Wells on CBS’s Unforgettable
– Rachel Bilson as Zoe Hart on CW’s Hart of Dixie
– Sarah Michelle Gellar as Bridget/Siobhan on CW’s Ringer
– Whitney Cummings as co-creator and co-producer of CBS’s Two Broke Girls
The NBC TCA Summer 2011 Party was last night and therefore we’ve got one of our super megaposts of practically all the ladies in attendance with the exception of Sharon Osbourne, sorry to those fans of hers. And in the true sense of laziness, rather than try to write something about all the ladies here or about the upcoming Fall schedule for NBC, we’re going to give you some quotes from Bob Greenblatt, Chairman of NBC Entertainment, who is hoping to get NBC back towards the top of the rankings after a dismal recent run, The Cape anyone???
“It’s been a very challenging six months for us. It’s no secret that NBC is in fourth place and we are working very hard, and very aggressively, to turn that around.”
“I certainly don’t want to turn NBC into Showtime but I would love to bring to NBC some of the creative vitality that we had at Showtime. Broadcast is more difficult. We just have to do it in a way that’s really broad and commercial.” [Source]
New shows this Fall include Free Agents, The Playboy Club, and Whitney. For a look at all the upcoming shows, check out NBC.com.
Whitney Cummings (born September 4, 1982) is an American comedian, actress, former cast member of the MTV television show Punk’d, and former model.
Her television appearances have included Comedians of Chelsea Lately, Live Nude Comedy, The Very Funny Show and the Comedy Central Roasts of Joan Rivers and David Hasselhoff. In August 2010, her first one-hour special premiered on Comedy Central titled Whitney Cummings: Money Shot. In 2010 Cummings went on tour with Denis Leary and the Rescue Me Comedy Tour to promote the show’s 6th season. [Wiki}