Rachel Bilson and Eddie Cibrian
Buffy as twisted identical twins! The O.C.'s Summer, now with a license to practice medicine! A smoking and drinking 1960s playboy sure to give Don Draper a run for his money! Some of my favorite TV vets give me the inside scoop on the new characters we'll start meeting in September.
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HIS CHARACTER Chicago Playboy Club founding member Nick Dalton is a lawyer who smokes, drinks and, ahem, socializes just as much as Mad Men's Don Draper. And that's just fine by Eddie (CSI: Miami), who is ready for the comparisons. "I'm not going to...
Ginnifer Goodwin, Joey Kern
Ginnifer Goodwin and her fiancé, Joey Kern, have ended their engagement after five months, People reports.
Goodwin, 32, and the Super Troopers actor, 34, "broke up a...
"I just got married, so life changed a lot," John Krasinski, who married British actress Emily Blunt in July, tells Hollywood 411 while promoting his new film Something Borrowed. "Everything has been fantastic, the thirties so far are blowing the other years out of the water."
Ginnifer Goodwin, Krasinski's Something Borrowed co-star, concurs. "I'm liking the...
If HBO were to do a sequel to Big Love, it would have to be called something like The Three Sister-Wives. Not exactly Chekhov, but I'd probably watch. Barb, Margene and Nicki carrying on without Bill: That's already a home plus.
I had drifted a while ago from the flock of followers of this weird and lately quite preachy series about polygamy and family and faith, but did a marathon catch-up over the last week in time to watch the final chapter, which aimed for transcendence and at times achieved it. The hour-plus finale thankfully shucked much of the grotesque Utah-Mormon-Gothic melodrama (murderously mad prophet Alby was taken care of last week, shot down but not killed when he tried to storm the statehouse with the Henricksons inside) and stressed the themes of an unorthodox family and marriage unit fighting for acceptance and survival in a judgmental and often violently unforgiving world. (If you want to see this as a metaphor for the ongoing fight for gay marriage equality, I won't stop you.)
SPOILER ALERT! This story reveals key plot details of Big Love's series finale. Don't read any further if you haven't watched yet.
At the end of Big Love, Bill Henrickson got his wish: His trio of wives remained a cohesive and loving family unit despite attacks on several fronts.
Ginnifer Goodwin is officially changing her name to... Ginnifer.
Turns out the Big Love star was born actually born "Jennifer Michelle Goodwin." She now wants to make her professional name, "Ginnifer," the real deal, TMZ reports.
Over its five seasons, HBO's Big Love masterfully divided story lines between its polygamous foursome — Bill (Bill Paxton), Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn), Nicki (Chloë Sevigny) and Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin). But cocreator Will Scheffer points out, "This is Jeanne's year. Barb has been utterly transcendent." Her journey, and all the reunited Henricksons' (Amanda Seyfried is back as daughter Sarah), comes to a close in Sunday's emotional series finale as Barb is finally able to embrace her life as an independent woman/wife/mother... and priesthood holder.
Ginnifer Goodwin has joined the cast of ABC's Once Upon a Time, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
From Lost writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, the series follows a woman who is drawn into a town where the world of fairy tales may be real. Goodwin, 32, will play...
Ginnifer Goodwin is taking a trip underwater for a guest spot on SpongeBob SquarePants' upcoming special "Legends of Bikini Bottom."
In the clip, the Big Love actress, 32, lends her voice to a teenage mermaid who steals from others through Bikini Bottom's version of the Bermuda Triangle.
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Ginnifer Goodwin, Bill Paxton and Jeanne Tripplehorn
The cat's out of the bag in the fifth and final season of Big Love: Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton), Utah's newly elected State Senator, has announced that he and his family are polygamists — and it's not sitting well with everyone.
"I don't think Bill regrets [the announcement], although I think he has underestimated the amount of animosity and persecution he faces," Paxton said at the Los Angeles premiere on January 12. "But he has to try to reform the image of plural marriage and polygamy, otherwise it will be left to guys like Alby (Matt Ross) to promote."
Bill's three wives struggle to come to terms with living out in the open for a ...