From The Closer to The Newsroom, Jon Tenney is sticking with cable.
The actor will guest-star in producer Aaron Sorkin's upcoming new HBO series, formally titled The Newsroom, about a fictional cable news network, TVLine reports. He'll play Wade, the boyfriend of the cable news show's executive producer, played by Emily Mortimer.
Jane Fonda is heading to cable.
The two-time Oscar winner will join the cast of Aaron Sorkin's new HBO series about the cable news business in a recurring role, TVLine reports.
Move over, Angelina Jolie: Jennifer Aniston just beat you on the list of 100 Hottest Women of All Time.
The Friends star was voted No. 1 on the recent MensHealth.com poll, topping a list that includes...
Friends and colleagues remembered Elizabeth Taylor not only as a Hollywood icon and screen legend, but for her revered generosity.
"Elizabeth, on every level, was a mensch. Kind, generous, brave," Taylor's Blue Bird co-star Jane Fonda said.
Elizabeth Taylor dies at 79
Taylor, who won Best Actress Oscars for 1960's BUtterfield 8 and 1966's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, died at 79 Wednesday of congestive heart failure.
"The shock of Elizabeth was not only her beauty," Mike Nichols, who directed Taylor in Woolf, said. "It was her generosity. Her giant laugh. Her vitality, whether tackling a ...
Jane Fonda says she'd like to work on a television series.
"I have a sort of a vision of what it could be and that's all that I'll say," Fonda told The Associated Press.
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Jane Fonda underwent a procedure to remove a small breast tumor, according to People.
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Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson
Natasha Richardson's colleagues offered their fondest memories of the actress, who died after suffering head injuries while skiing.
"She was a wonderful woman and actress and treated me like I was her own," said Lindsay Lohan, played Richardson's cute redheaded twin daughters in Disney's remake of The Parent Trap. "My heart goes out to her family. This is a tragic loss."
Richardson, a Tony-winning actress and heir of the Redgrave acting dynasty, fell during ...
Viewers of a benign segment on Thursday morning's Today show about playwright Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues were treated to a not-so-lovely naughty word blurted out by the ever-controversial actress Jane Fonda. She was actually just saying the title of a monologue that she was asked to perform (it's a four-letter word that begins with C and ends in T), but nonetheless, the stunned look on host Meredith Vieira's face said that her earpiece was probably on fire with a gaggle of screaming producers. Tell the kids "Earmuffs!" and check out the video here:After a commercial break, Vieira apologized to Today viewers for the inappropriate language that may have offended them. Happy V Day! Erin Fox
Having worked alongside Lindsay Lohan on Georgia Rule, Jane Fonda says "it was good" that the production company's CEO recently and publicly scolded the hard-partying ingenue, whose late nights and tardy arrivals on the set irked cast and crew. "Every once in a while, a very, very young person who is burning both ends of the candle needs to have someone say, 'You're going to pay the piper, you better slow down,'" Fonda told Tuesday's Access Hollywood. "You always know what she's doing because you can just read about it in the tabloids. She's young and she can get away with it.... But it's very hard after a while to party very hard and work very hard. She learned that, I hope."
Question: It seems like every other movie I see advertised is based on a TV show, like The Dukes of Hazzard. But what about the other way around? I know there was a series based on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but what other TV series have been based on a movie, and were any of them good?
Answer: There have been a handful of top-notch TV shows based on movies. The flop Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) was revived as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003); Robert Altman's acerbic M*A*S*H* (1970) became the long-running M*A*S*H (1972-1983); Neil Simon