Mindy Kaling and James Franco
James Franco checks in for the first two episodes of the Fox comedy The Mindy Project playing Dr. Paul Leotard, a model-turned-ob-gyn who joined the office following Mindy's (Mindy Kaling) missionary trip to Haiti at the end of last season.
"He has firmly established himself as the most popular doctor at the practice," says exec producer Jack Burditt. "So when Mindy returns and wants everything to go back to normal, he is a huge obstacle in her way."
For a doctor, Dr. Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) sure has a lot of time for love.
Ben Feldman, best known for playing Michael Ginsberg on Mad Men, has been tapped to play...
Mindy Lahiri is one lucky lady.
Timothy Olyphant will guest-star on The Mindy Project as yet another hunk wooing the lovelorn doctor, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Something tells us Kim Kardashian won't be tuning into The Mindy Project this season.
Her ex-husband, NBA player Kris Humphries, has signed on to guest-star on an upcoming episode of the...
Happy Endings' Adam Pally already has his next sitcom gig lined up. Pally will be joining the cast of The Mindy Project for Season 2, TVLine reports.
There's a new doctor in town!
James Franco will guest-star on the upcoming sophomore season of The Mindy Project for at least two episodes, Fox announced Tuesday.
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Franco will play...
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Michael Cera and Rihanna
Michael Cera should not get fresh with Rihanna!
The actor learns that the hard way in the new red-band trailer for This Is the End, Seth Rogen's directorial debut in which the celebrities play themselves in an apocalyptic comedy. Among those celebs are Cera, who tries to grab Rihanna's behind — much to her dismay.
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Check out the red-band trailer, which also includes cameos from James Franco, Jonah Hill, Emma Watson and Aziz Ansari, among others:
James Franco and Michelle Williams
Oz The Great and Powerful set a record for 2013 in its opening weekend, netting $80.2 million and soaring to a No. 1 position by a landslide. It's the strongest debut for a movie since The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey opened with $84 million back in December, Box Office Mojo reports.