Sofia Vergara is making it rain — with bullets, that is.
The Modern Family actress uses her assets as an assault weapon by donning a machine gun bra in the new poster for Robert Rodriguez's upcoming Machete Kills, the sequel to his 2010 film Machete. And if the poster (first revealed by Entertainment Weekly) is any indication, Vergara's character, Desdemona, isn't shy about unleashing her arsenal.
Matthew Gray Gubler
It seems like someone has put Morgan's pick-up tips to good use. Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) will get a girlfriend on Criminal Minds' upcoming eighth season, executive producer Erica Messer tells TVGuide.com.
"It's finally happening! He's gonna have a love interest," she says. "It will be a little arc and it's gonna be good."
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The lucky lady, who has yet to be cast, will be introduced in Episode 4. "They met because of a love of an author and they're both fans," Messer says. "I would say the idea of her is introduced first and we go from there."
He's taking his winning tour all the way to the (fake) White House.
Charlie Sheen will play the President of the United States in Robert Rodriguez's upcoming sequel to...
The Parents Television Council says seven companies have pulled their advertising from NBC's The Playboy Club, and wants more to follow suit.
"The Playboy Club is a commercial disaster and must be removed from the airwaves. We call for the network to cancel this degrading and sexualizing program immediately," PTC President Tim Winter said.
Actor Billy Zane, who terrorized Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic, will soon be doing the same to Eddie Cibrian on NBC's The Playboy Club. Billy will play the recurring role of Oscar Bianchi beginning in the sexy series' sixth episode.
Two Broke Girls, The Playboy Club
With all the hubbub of Two and a Half Men's new man Ashton Kutcher taking over for Charlie Sheen on the ninth season premiere Monday night, it might be easy to forget that a comedy from the executive producer of Sex and the City debuted immediately after. The equally numerically descriptive 2 Broke Girls stars Kat Dennings as a sassy waitress who reluctantly befriends privileged but now broke girl Caroline (Beth Behrs).
Amber Heard and Laura Benanti
The main thing that Chad Hodge wants you to know about his upcoming NBC series The Playboy Club is that it's not about the centerfolds. When Hodge, who last created The CW drama Runaway, was first approached by the studio to do a show about Hugh Hefner's famous Playboy Bunnies, his reaction was, "Is this going to be a scripted version of The Girls Next Door? No, thank you."
But that was before he knew about the rather significant difference between Bunnies and the Playmates. Hef's Bunnies...
The September 19 premiere of NBC's 1960s-set The Playboy Club will reveal that one of the bunnies is a closeted lesbian married to a gay man. Openly gay series star Amber Heard, who plays the straight Maureen, was surprised to see the original depiction of the lesbian bunny as butch.
"She was originally written to be different from the other girls in the way that she dressed and carried herself — with less feminine grace," says Amber, who convinced executive producer Chad Hodge to rewrite the character....
The Playboy Club
Comparisons between NBC's The Playboy Club, the new 1960s-set series that takes place at the first Playboy Club in Chicago, and Mad Men were perhaps inevitable, but the producers and cast of the period drama were on hand at the fall TV previews on Monday to downplay any similarities. "The comparison to Mad Men ends at the era," executive producer Ian Biederman said. "This is a much different show with a much different energy."
Parents Television Council calls for NBC affiliates to drop The Playboy Club
Before the series has even premiered, the show has drawn attention for its name alone, causing the Parents Television Council to question whether a show based on one of the largest adult entertainment industries would be suitable on primetime television. At least one NBC affiliate, Salt Lake City's KSL, has opted to not carry the program, which will be shown in that market by KMYU, the local My Network TV affiliate.
But the producers say it's...
You won't be hearing much from Hugh Hefner on NBC's The Playboy Club this fall. Hefner narrates the new series' pilot episode, but won't do the same in future episodes.
That's because the producers behind The Playboy Club are leaning toward eliminating the show's narration device all together, according to show insiders. (In the pilot, Hefner sets the stage for the show via voiceover at the open and close of the show.)
But that doesn't mean The Playboy Club will be completely scrubbed of its ...