Renee Zelwegger is developing a drama for Lifetime that’s loosely based on her “journey from small-town Texas to Hollywood stardom,” the network announced today. Cinnamon Girl would be set in Los Angeles in the late ’60s/early ’70s, and would chronicle the adventures of four girls who are coming of age at the time of cultural and political revolution.
The project — which is being created by Zellweger and Anthony… Continue reading Renee Zellweger developing drama series ‘Cinnamon Girl’ for Lifetime
Fox has released a sneak peek of Kiefer Sutherland’s next series Touch — a drama about a widower whose 11-year-old mute son is a genius at seeing patterns in numbers. It will be months until the drama from Tim Kring (Heroes) premieres on the network, but this teaser proves that Sutherland may just be worth the wait.
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Comedians are good at being funny (well, some of them, anyway), but sometimes they get really, really serious instead. Take Dane Cook. In his latest film, ‘Answers to Nothing,’ the arena-filling comic plays a cheating husband with a pregnant wife. Cook may be known for his crude humor, but you won’t find any of that in this film — at least, not in the trailer, which just premiered.
According… Continue reading Dane Cook, Matt Saracen and Juliet from 'Lost' Made a Drama Together
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When we left Mystic Falls last week, Stefan and Elena shared an emotionally-charged (not to mention one-sided!) phone call that, as Nina Dobrev tells EW, gave Elena just the boost she’d need to continue looking for Stefan (Paul Wesley) in tonight’s episode. “If anything, this phone call was a sign that — despite everyone in her life… Continue reading ‘The Vampire Diaries’: Nina Dobrev teases tonight’s episode, says drama with Stefan will ‘come to a head’
The ultra-dramatic trailer for Five, from a talented quintet of females, spares no emotional note. There are tears, dramatic music, and angry guitar smashing — but, also, from the looks of it, some truly phenomenal acting.
The movie, premiering on Lifetime Oct. 10, is a series of five short films with some very famous names attached. Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys, Demi… Continue reading ‘Five’: Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore direct star-filled cancer drama. Expect tears. Lots of tears. — VIDEO