Live Virgin (1999)
The comedy, created and inspired by the life of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards, also stars Clueless actress Alicia Silverstone.
TV Land's new series will follow 40-year-old Bonnie Nolan (Silverstone, 39), a mother of two girls, who finds herself single, alone and unemployed after her marriage fails in the 1970s.
Suvari, 37, will play Kathleen, one of Bonnie's closest friends, who longs for love and marriage but continuously finds herself choosing "boy toys" that exploit her for both her looks and pocketbook,
Kino Lorber was right to bring out Foxes (1980) in Blu-ray under their Kl Studio Classics series. The elegant re-issue seems aimed at convincing film snobs that this little gem from the last days of disco finally deserves their attention after a distance of 35 years, during which time it was either dismissed as another insignificant teen comedy of the ‘80s, or as a guilty pleasure. But longtime champions of the film, myself included, need no convincing. We owned the clamshell VHS, we owned the first-generation DVD, and now, if anything, I’d venture to say we feel vindicated that it now carries the stamp as a bonafide classic by a home video label as respected as Kino Lorber. Indeed, a major fist-pump moment comes during director Adrian Lyne’s remark in the audio commentary that Roger Ebert selected it as his favorite film of 1980 and took it with
This weekend, Suvari, 32, did a very American thing and filed for divorce from her second husband of 18 months, 25-year old Simone Sestito, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split from the concert promoter. TMZ reported that Suvari listed November 1, 2011 as the date of separation the divorce papers and requested her legal name Mena Suvari-Sestito be changed back to Mena Suvari. The two were married back in 2010 in Vatican City. In 2005, Suvari ended her first marriage with cinematographer Robert Brinkmann.
That is a lot of red, white, and blue. But oddly, that list isn’t enough to top her American Pie co-star Eugene Levy
Also glamorous are the messages being sent to Brad Meltzer and Duane Swierczynski this week from women who may or may not be real. I'll leave you to judge for yourself, though. Olympic talk was sparse today, but you can find some of that as well from Pia Guerra and Canadio-Swede webcomicker Rene Engström. They're all retweeted after the jump along with Ed Brubaker's take on the new video game "Heavy Rain."
It's all in the Twitter Report for February 25th, 2010.
Internet girls pt. 1: @bradmeltzer Suddenly lots of beautiful women are friending me on facebook. The sad part is how suspicious and doubtful I am of that.
Meanwhile, Tony Moore has his sights on a specific actor to play the Vulture in "Spider-Man 4," and he posted some thoughts on that casting choice. You can check out who he wants after the jump along with some artwork by Tony Millionaire, Stan Lee's vision for his own private island and Ron Marz's post-mortem analysis of the New York Giants game yesterday.
It's all in the Twitter Report for December 14, 2009.
@tonymoore Malkovich is great and would rock The Vulture, but i'd personally always hoped for Alan Arkin.
-Tony Moore, Artist ("Fear Agent," "The Walking Dead")
@FrankTieri So, Dexter... that was a pretty ballsy season finale, I would say.
Meanwhile, on the East Coast, everyone in comics with a Twitter account seemed to be either out to greet British visitors Andy Diggle and Jock or tweeting their RSVP. Then there was Geoff Johns, who set up his own in-home Mame emulator-powered arcade cabinet. But "Donkey Kong Jr." would prove to be his downfall.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and that mixtape of tweets is waiting for you below in the Twitter Report for September 23, 2009.
@Brianmbendis i read the facebook script. its great. really really great. sorkin might win an oscar great.
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")
Deadpool pt. 1: @robertliefeld Also excited
Top Of The Stack: “Batman And Robin” #1 (DC): If anything can wipe away the memory of Joel Schumacher’s unintentionally campy 1997 foray into the Bat-verse, it’s the superstar team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely. This is one of those rare occasions where I haven’t read the issue yet, but feel perfectly comfortable recommending it.
From “All-Star Superman” to “We3″ (one of my favorite stories put to page in the comics world), Morrison and Quitely have the magic touch that makes any book they collaborate on stand out from the rest. Can these perfect partners work that same magic with DC’s Dynamic Duo,
Jessica said she always hated the ending to this film; she thought Duckie and Andie should've wound up together. Me? I kinda like this ending. It's real; it reminds me of the giant crushes I had on girls in high school. The girls who, no matter
Meanwhile, after taking an almost decade-long hiatus from the big screen, Variety reports that Lauren Hutton has signed on for David Duchovny's The Joneses, along with Glenne Headly and Gary Cole. The movie is just like you'd assume it to be -- what life is really like for "The Joneses" --
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