James Spader is getting more company on NBC’s promising thriller The Blacklist.
Parminder Kaur Nagra is joining the show as a series regular, playing FBI agent Margot Malik. The ER, Bend It Like Beckham and Alcatraz actress will play an experienced agent who mentors rookie Liz (Megan Boone). She’s described as a “brash, funny and overt” with a husband and two young kids. She “would rather be smart than pretty and… Continue reading ‘ER’ actress joins ‘The Blacklist’ as series regular
It seems every few days there’s a new name rumored to portray Hillary Clinton in the biopic “Rodham,” including Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, and Amanda Seyfried. Now a new name has emerged as the front-runner to play the former First lady and it’s none other than Miss Daisy Buchanan.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Carey Mulligan is now the producers’ top choice and will soon… Continue reading Carey Mulligan as Hillary Clinton? Actress Is Now Front-Runner to Play Former First Lady
While Amanda Bynes is busy live-tweeting her mental meltdown, fellow former child star Mara Wilson offered some insight into why many kids who grow up in the spotlight go on to have such troubled adulthoods.
Wilson, who made her Hollywood debut in “Mrs. Doubtfire” at age 5, wrote a recent blog post entitled “7 Reasons Child Stars Go Crazy (An Insider’s Perspective)” detailing how the world of childhood stardom is a… Continue reading Why Child Stars Go Nuts, According to Former Child Star (and 'Matilda' Actress) Mara Wilson
Guess the glass slipper didn’t fit. Emma Watson has dropped out of Disney’s upcoming live-action version of “Cinderella.”
Variety reports that Watson is no longer in talks to star in the movie, which will be directed by Kenneth Branagh. Cate Blanchett is still on board as the wicked stepmother.
However, the “Harry Potter” star will still get to play a pretty princess in Guillermo del Toro’s “Beauty and the Beast.” And seeing… Continue reading Emma Watson Out as Cinderella: 'Harry Potter' Actress Won't Be Going to the Ball