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Anna Faris

Anna Faris
Anna Faris is mostly known for her roles in the "Scary Movie" series and other comedies, but her dramatic stints in "Lost in Translation" and "Brokeback Mountain" have also been notable. Fans of "Friends" will recognize her as the mother of the twins adopted by Monica and Chandler in the show's final season. In 2008, she was the executive producer and star of "The House Bunny." Faris was born in Baltimore, but moved to Seattle at age 5
Anna Faris is mostly known for her roles in the "Scary Movie" series and other comedies, but her dramatic stints in "Lost in Translation" and "Brokeback Mountain" have also been notable. Fans of "Friends" will recognize her as the mother of the twins adopted by Monica and Chandler in the show's final season. In 2008, she was the executive producer and star of "The House Bunny." Faris was born in Baltimore, but moved to Seattle at age 5 « Show less

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  • 'Yogi Bear' premiere: Justin Timberlake bares all about being Boo-Boo

     
    Justin Timberlake's role in the upcoming "Yogi Bear" feature film isn't exactly as weighty as his portrayal of Napster founder Sean Parker in "The Social Network," for which he's been receiving industry praise. But although his cartoon effort might not......
  • Tuesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 12 - 18 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Dec. 12 - 18 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at:......
  • Movie Review: Yogi Bear

     
    Yogi always was “smarter than the average bear.” But parents and grandparents dragging tykes along to the 3D big screen “Yogi Bear” will probably remember him as funnier than the average bear, too. Or funnier than this. A...
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • Arnon Milchan's New Regency Productions and Fox extend longtime partnership

     
    Arnon Milchan's production company New Regency Productions and News Corp.'s Fox Filmed Entertainment have struck a deal to extend their longtime partnership through 2022, while at the same time providing a more active role for New Regency in Fox's...
  • Film review: 'Kaboom' is no bust

     
    Filmmaker Gregg Araki has come a long way from early ultra-low-budget movies like “The Long Weekend” (O' Despair) (1989) and “The Living End” (1992). His last release was “Smiley Face” (2007), an amusing stoner comedy...
  • The Oscars on TV: Feb. 17 - 27

     
    For those who just can't wait until the Feb. 27 Oscar telecast and can't get enough of Amy, Christian, Colin, Annette, Geoffrey, Hailee, Javier, Helena, Jeff, Jennifer, Jesse and all the rest, listed below are some highlights of movies, series,......
  • Wednesday's Talk Shows

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 27 - March 5 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Feb. 27 - March 5 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can......
  • Movie Review: Take Me Home Tonight

     
    “Take Me Home Tonight” is a ten-years-too-late comedy. It's '80s nostalgia vamped up by people who were too young to have lived through the actual '80s, but entirely too old to be playing college kids nostalgic for their '80s high school glory...
  • Reviews, ‘Rango’ tilting positive, ‘Beastly’ ‘Adjustment’ middling, ‘Take Me Home’ weak

     
    Skipping past the “nerd curve” that weights the tomatometer heavily toward fanboy friendly fare, metacritic's breakdown of reviews for the weekend's movies is a fun read. Roger Ebert and that fellow over in St. Pete  are skewing Gore...
  • 'The Dictator' offers iron-fisted, ham-handed laughs, critics say

     
    In "The Dictator," Sacha Baron Cohen combines his knack for absurd characters with the grand comedic tradition of skewering despotism on the big screen. Critics agree that the film is funny and vulgar; whether the combination truly works depends on whom...
  • Ashley Tisdale replacing Anna Faris in 'Scary Movie 5'

     
    "High School Musical" star Ashley Tisdale is set to replace Anna Faris in "Scary Movie 5."...