Julie Bowen flaunted her athletic bod on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night.
Wearing a backless purple Temperley gown, the “Modern Family” star told E!’s Giuliana Rancic she’s excited to rock a dress that accentuates her boyish frame. (Bowen recently told People she has the body of a 14-year-old boy.)
“I’m not Sofia Vergara,” she joked on the carpet, before adding, “My butt’s alright … but I think most butts look the same.”
“Two and Half Men’s” Jon Cryer chatted about his newest costar on the red carpet at Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.
“[Ashton Kutcher] is great,” Cryer told E!’s Giuliana Rancic. “He’s a clown. Up for anything. Willing to do anything. Great, great spirit.”
Cryer - who was eager to share that he tied his own bowtie for the SAGs - said there are noticeable differences on set without his former costar Charlie Sheen around. But the main difference? “It’s a little less suspenseful,” he said.
At the end of “The Artist,” rising star Peppy Miller finally receives the fame and recognition she deserves. And now the same can be said for the actress who plays her, Bérénice Bejo.
On Thursday, Bejo earned the Golden Globe nomination for best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture for her portrayal in “The Artist.” She also nabbed a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for the same movie and category the day before.
“The Artist” follows a silent film actor, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin), from the peak of his success in 1927 to his sudden fall to oblivion with the arrival of the talkies and the rise of his young co-star and eventual love interest, Miller.
Between his movie "Moneyball" and launching his Fox animated series, "Allen Gregory," Jonah Hill has been on fire this year. Now he can add something else to his list of achievements: a Screen Actors Guild nomination.
On Wednesday, Hill earned a nomination for outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role for playing Peter Brand in "Moneyball."
"It feels unlike anything I've ever felt," the actor told CNN.
Playing a lawyer with photographic memory who fools an entire law firm into believing he is a Harvard grad certainly pays off.
Patrick J. Adams, star of the USA show “Suits,” has nabbed a SAG nomination for outstanding performance by a male actor in a drama series.
As a first-timer, Adams said he wasn’t even aware of the announcement and is still very surprised. “I’m so excited and overwhelmed to be in the company of these actors,” Adams told CNN. “These are the people I take my cues from. Insane. And I watch those shows. I can’t wait to sit with them and talk about their shows.”
Melissa McCarthy continued her Tinseltown awards tour Wednesday as she celebrated a Screen Actors Guild nomination in the outstanding supporting actress category for her work in “Bridesmaids."
“I've been doing this [for] 20 years,” McCarthy tells CNN Entertainment. “I’m programmed to think, 'I’m never working again, oh my God I hope I get a job!'"
She adds, "I’ve spent two decades of my life just doing that, trying to just get a job. And then, to have this kind of response, and to have it be for something that you’re crazy about, and I got to do it with a bunch of my friends and my husband…then you go into, like, bizarre-land!”
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