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The EnvelopeConsider a list of past Emmy winners in the guest actor categories and a trend is obvious: Voters swoon shamelessly over top celebs like Sharon Stone, Bruce Willis, Mel Brooks, Laura Linney, Gene Wilder and Sally Field slumming it on regular TV series....
Zap2It.comRound up the troops, put out an all points bulletin, cue up your TiVo, because Team TV Gal is going on a search for characters who are missing in action. Sure we know why Bree hasn't been around Wisteria Lane lately, but there are a few characters I am...
Zap2It.comBeing a monarch, even a pretend one on television, isn't easy. "The Tudors" star Jonathan Rhys Meyers has checked into a rehabilitation facility, reportsPeople. "After a non-stop succession of filming, Jonathan Rhys Meyers has entered an alcohol-...
Good move: Making friends with Mickey (1993) In the early '90s, Disney became a breeding ground for young singers. Aguilera spent a year on the channel's Mickey Mouse Club, joining a roster that included Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, J.C. Chasez...
Zap2It.comSometimes less is more. What's that theater saying about the fact that there are no small parts . . . I've been thinking a lot lately about the actors who can do so much with a part that is not the lead and not even the main supporting character. Look...
Zap2It.comHow does one properly evaluate a movie in the shadow of the filmmaker's terrible murder? One doesn't. If we could magically undo the events of Nov. 1, when actress Adrienne Shelly was punched to death in her Greenwich Village apartment by a construction...
Tags: Robert Altman, Television, Death, Pies and Tarts, Movies
Among the TV highlights this week is "The Sopranos" episode "Walk Like a Man," which Michael Imperioli plans to submit to Emmy judges in the race for best supporting actor in a drama series. Also, there are numerous replays of last Sunday's episode...
When waitress and pie chef extraordinaire Jenna (Keri Russell) finds out she's pregnant, she reconsiders her plan to leave her abusive husband (Jeremy Sisto). At work, Jenna minds to the orders of the shop's owner (Andy Griffith) and hangs with fellow...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "Waitress" is a blithe indie about three waitresses and their romantic problems in a small Southern town--with the main focus on discontented, pregnant "pie genius" Jenna (Keri Russell). Written and directed by the late Adrienne...
Baltimore Sun reporterNOTE: This is a 2007 story from The Baltimore Sun's archives. Andy Griffith, 81 a week from tomorrow, confides that "when my wife, Cindy, and I go someplace, and I don't want to be recognized, she says, 'Don't talk!'" Hearing him boom across the phone...
Metromix StaffFinding exactly the right recipe for a quirky, sweet-natured comedy is deceptively difficult. Add a little too much eccentric behavior and the characters won't have a well-rounded flavor. Lean too heavily on sentimentality and audiences will gag on the...
Tags: Romance (genre), Death, Cheryl Hines, Comedy (genre), Movies
Zap2It.comIn "Waitress," Keri Russell's character isn't too thrilled about being pregnant, but in real life, the actress couldn't be happier about her bundle of joy. The actress and her husband Shane Deary welcomed their first child on June 9 in New York,...
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