Friday, April 30, 2010

Jennifer Garner on the Early Show

Jennifer Garner was on the Early Show Friday on CBS talking about her work with Save the Children. Of particular interest are her remarks on the Laverne and Shirley movie. Apparently, she's Laverne, but the movie is not actually being planned yet, even though she wants to do it. Enjoy!

Friday, April 23, 2010

The Rambaldi DVD Set Trailer

In case you've never visited RambaldiDVD.com, here's the hidden trailer from the site:


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Saturday, April 17, 2010

It outta be a national holiday.....

It's Jennifer Garner's birthday! Our favorite girl next door is 38 today. Many happy returns!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

TV Alert: David Anders on Vampire Diaries Tonight!

Set your TiVos, ladies. David Anders makes his debut on the hit TV show "The Vampire Diaries" tonight on the CW. He plays Elena and Jeremy's Uncle John, and quickly stirs things up. Feel free to post your thoughts after you watch the episode!

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Jennifer Garner goes all buttery for next film

Next month, Jennifer Garner starts working on her next film, and its nothing like her role as Sydney Bristow. Director Jim Field Smith (She’s Out Of My League) is making a movie called "Butter." Guess what it's about?

“It’s about butter carving in the Midwest, believe it or not,” Smith tells us. “Google it, you’ll be amazed. It’s like the NASCAR of dairy.”According to a Toronto Sun article, the comedy is a metaphor for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, with Garner as the Hillary Clinton of the piece, the Butter Carving Queen whose coronation is considered a mere formality. That is, until a 12-year-old African-American butter-carving prodigy turns up (Yara Shahidi), who pulls the competitive rug out from under her despite a lack of experience.It’s Garner’s first film under the aegis of her new production company. “I can’t wait to start churning,” she says.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

This may not be good news....

Fox announced today that Monica Breen and Alison Schapker have joined the crew of "Fringe" as executive producers. Astute fans will remember this duo as the ones who ruined Alias. OK, maybe that isn't fair, but they did join the show as executive story editors and writers during the disastrous third season. They were executive producers during the final two seasons, and wrote some of the worst episodes during that time. "Prophet 5," the episode that killed Vaughn, can be laid at their feet as writers. Maybe I'm being harsh, because a lot of folks failed the show later on, but I just don't like their track record. Not on Alias, Lost, or the other shows they were on. I love Fringe, and I'd hate to see the "tone" change.