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Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy charmed moviegoers in 1995’s “Before Sunrise,” then followed that up with “Before Sunset” in 2004.
New York magazine's Vulture reports that the actors, along with the film's director Richard Linklater, are working on a third romantic film.
Ethan Hawke, 41, tells French publication AlloCine that he, Delpy and Linklater are putting their heads together. "I don't know what we're going to do but I know the three of us have been talking a lot in the last six months," the actor reveals. "All three of us have been having similar feelings that we're ready to revisit those characters.”
IFC’s comedy series “Portlandia” is going all-out promoting its upcoming second season: Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein are taking their show on the road.
According to IFC, “Portlandia: The Tour” will bring “the romanticized and dreamy rendering of Portland, Oregon to life for fans across the country.”
If you’re unfamiliar with the show, it’s a hilarious series of sketches parodying Portland and its people.
Say it ain't so, Courteney Cox! Entertainment Weekly reports that ABC is cutting back on its order of new "Cougar Town" episodes after the comedy was mysteriously missing from the network's midseason schedule, which was released Friday.
As was the case with "Community," there was confusion from "Cougar Town" fans when they didn't spot a premiere date and time for the ABC show.
The network has lined up slots for "Celebrity Wife Swap," "Work It," and "GCB (formerly "Good Christian Belles," and before that, "Good Christian Bitches")," but not for two other anticipated new series: Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal" and Krysten Ritter's "Don't Trust the B-- in Apartment 23."
Move over Jessica Simpson. Apparently Lady Gaga – born Stefani Germanotta – just may be the ultimate Daddy’s Girl.
The New York Post reports that Joe Germanotta pockets half of his pop star daughter’s paychecks under their LLCs, Team Love Child and Mermaid Music.
Maureen Callahan, author of “Poker Face: The Rise and Rise of Lady Gaga,” writes that while the Mother Monster is close to mom Cynthia and sister Natali, her real focus is dad.
Time flies when you’re sleeping with cougars, warring with Jamaicans, eating tomatoes with Neanderthals and looking at hard time in a medium security prison.
That’s the past eight episodes of “How to Make It” in a nutshell, as the much-improved, fast-paced adventure that was season 2 came to an end Sunday night.
We kicked things off with Ben and Cam not being on speaking terms. As Cam tells his girlfriend and the show’s nominee for best- and worst-dressed character, Lulu, "Honestly, I have nothing to say to him.”
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