Sarah Michelle Gellar Signs on for NBC's Cruel Intentions TV Sequel
Sarah Michelle Gellar passed out on top of Ryan Phillippe in a scene from the film 'Cruel Intentions', 1999.
Gellar announced via Instagram she’ll reprise her role of Kathryn Merteuil from the 1999 film on the NBC pilot of the same name.
According to Page Six, the vice president will appear in person to present an award. That's in contrast to Michelle Obama, who presented the Best Picture award to Argo via satellite a few years ago.
Once, Maynard said she threatened suicide. Another time, Maynard says she overdosed on prescription pain pills. “It really was a cry for help,” she tells People. “I never really wanted to end things. I just wanted attention. It makes me sad to think about. I was so focused on the part of my heart that was empty that I couldn’t see beyond where I was.”
New Zealand actor KJ Apa, 18, has been cast as Archie Andrews in CW’s Riverdale. Ashleigh Murray, meanwhile, will play Josie of Josie and the Pussycats.
“We’re just not very interested,” Joel Coen said in a recent interview. "I mean, we’re perfectly happy with it. We have no problem with it. It just feels divorced from our film somehow.”
He’ll play a computer science professor who invents time travel in the comedy pilot from The Last Man on Earth’s Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
"I haven't heard of anything solid going forward,” says Bateman. It was just last month that Mitch Hurwitz said his Netflix series would be back this year.
Tonight’s episode was inspired in part by conversations in Barris’ homes with his children. In fact, the episode, titled Hope, serves as a letter to Barris’ children.
“Come at the king, you best not miss,” Republican Judge David Newell wrote in his concurring opinion. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals voted 6-2 today to dismiss a felony abuse-of-power indictment against Perry.
The former child star, now 22, guested on Wednesday’s episode, playing a vlogger who accuses Craig Bierko of rape.
The introduction of Megalyn Echikunwoke’s character on the CW series has major cultural significance.
Ken Jeong, Mindy Kaling, Wendell Pierce, America Ferrera and Eva Longoria are among the actors who spoke to the NY Times about striving as a minority in the entertainment industry.
Szohr has signed on for Kevin Williamson’s paranormal drama pilot.
Catfish co-host Max Joseph recalls being cyberstalked and tricked into believing his wife was kidnapped
"A year ago I actually got cyberstalked by someone who called me from my wife's number and told me he was holding her hostage at my house (using my exact address)," Joseph writes on Vulture. "It was a hoax, of course.”
The jerseys featuring Saul Goodman’s face will be auctioned off for charity. PLUS: Jonathan Banks films an endorsement for an Ohio U.S. Senate candidate.