Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Garcelle Beauvais, Breckin Meyer
Court is adjourned for Garcelle Beauvais, who announced on Twitter Wednesday that she will not return for Franklin & Bash's upcoming third season.
"Just found out that I'm not being asked back on Franklin & Bash," she tweeted, adding that she was "stunned."
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Beauvais, 45, played Hanna Linden, a senior partner at...
Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon — best known for her role in NYPD Blue — has filed for divorce from her husband of nearly nine years, E! Online reports
Beauvais, who also starred in The Jamie Foxx Show, cited ...
Almost 20 years since his breakout role on In Living Color, Jamie Foxx may be headed back to Fox for another sketch-comedy show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The network has ordered the untitled pilot with Foxx and fellow In Living Color writers Fax Bahr and Adam Small serving as executive producers.
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Wild 'N Out alum Affion Crockett is also attached to the project. The comedic actor is best known for his spoofs of ...
Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll and director Taylor Hackford
While Taylor Hackford is best known for directing dramas like An Officer and a Gentleman, The Devil's Advocate and Ray, his documentaries may be some of his most interesting work. After getting his start as an investigative reporter for public television in Los Angeles, the silver-bearded cineaste went on to helm 1987's
Question: There is a movie called "Dream Girls" that's either supposed to come out in theaters or air on TV — I can't remember when. The cast includes Eddie Murphy, Beyoncé Knowles and some girl from American Idol. Can you please let me know the 411? Thanks.Answer: Dreamgirls is a feature-film adaptation of the late theater director Michael Bennett's 1981 Broadway musical chronicling the rise of the Dreamettes (later simply the Dreams), a 1960s singing trio who bear no small resemblance to the real-life Supremes. The original cast included Jennifer Holliday (the show's breakout star) as Effie, the full-figured belter who gets squeezed out in the group's bid for crossover success;
WB has benched for the time being both Living with Fran and Blue Collar TV, although both shows will remain in production. Melanie Griffith's Twins (the show, people) will take over Fran's slot, while an encore airing of Supernatural will be offered up to the 17 people who were choosing Blue Collar over the Housewives on Sunday at 9.