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ABC Renews ‘Mistresses’ For A Fourth Season


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Mistresses has been renewed for a fourth season. The hit ABC show, based on the British television series of the same name, will return to our screens next year. The network confirmed the renewal of Mistresses on Friday (24th September).

Jennifer EspositoJennifer Esposito at the New York premiere of Ricki and the Flash, August 2015.

Read More: Jennifer Esposito Addresses Speculation Over Branding Ex-Husband Bradley Cooper A "Master Manipulator".

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She's Funny That Way - Clips


Highly respected theatre director Arnold Albertson could not have made more of a mistake when he spends the night with a young and attractive escort named Izzy; now determined to become an actress, she turns up at auditions for his next big Broadway show the following day. To make matters even more awkward, his wife Delta is already cast in the upcoming play and Izzy's remarkable skill leaves him no choice but to take her on to avoid suspicion from the rest of the impressed cast. Unfortunately, it isn't long before Delta's co-star and ex-boyfriend Seth (who happens to still be in love with Delta) finds out about Arnold's brazen infidelity, and with this hanging over him, Arnold has no idea if show will go on if the truth comes out. Izzy is also causing a stir in other people's love lives; her therapist Jane has fallen head over heels for Arnold's playwright Joshua, but he only has eyes for Izzy. Who knew one girl could be so much trouble?

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She's Funny That Way Trailer


With preparation well underway for his latest Broadway show, director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) heads to New York to begin casting. While there, he has a one-night-stand with a young starlet named Izzy (Imogen Poots). He is then shocked to discover her attending his audition the next day, where she performs alongside his wife Delta (Kathryn Hahn) and performs so well that he has to give her the part. As if that wasn't enough, Abertson's leading man (Rhys Ifans) knows about the affair, and also is in love with Delta. And if THAT wasn't enough, Izzy's therapist Jane (Jennifer Aniston), has fallen in love with the show's playwright Josh (Will Forte), who in turn has fallen in love with Izzy. All that remains, is to find out if the play with succeed with so many forces acing against it.

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Is Bradley Cooper The 'Master Manipulator' In Jennifer Esposito's Memoir?


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Bradley Cooper’s 2007 marriage to Jennifer Esposito was so short it didn't really seem worth taking about. Until now that is. In Jennifer’s Way, the actress’ recent autobiography, she speaks of one particularly bad relationship where she labels her ex a ‘master manipulator’. While the ex in question is never named, all signs seem to point towards one Bradley Cooper as the man in question.

Bradley Cooper Oscars 2014Bradley Cooper was married to Jennifer Esposito for five months in 2007

Back in 2006, Jennifer Esposito was starring in sitcom ‘Related’ on The WB network, previously she’d been known for her role as Stacey, the secretary of Michael J Fox’s Deputy Mayor on ‘Spin City’. As for Bradley, his Hollywood career was just beginning to blossom, having starred in ABC’s ‘Alias’ for five seasons and hitting the big screen in Wedding Crashers. When the pair became an item in 2006 they kept things low key, to the point that when asked about their rumoured romance on that year's Golden Globes red carpet Esposito simply said, "I'm not answering that."

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Jennifer Esposito and Bradley Cooper - 64th Berlin International Film Festival - Opening Night - Berlin, Germany - Thursday 6th February 2014

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Jennifer Esposito and Bradley Cooper

Video - 'Blue Bloods' Donnie Wahlberg And Jennifer Esposito Chat On Set


Photographers snap Donnie Wahlberg ('The Sixth Sense', 'Saw II') and Jennifer Esposito ('Crash', 'Don't Say A Word') walking and talking together under a large umbrella on the set of police drama TV series 'Blue Bloods' in New York City. It is unclear from the video when they are acting out a scene and when they are taking a break.

Esposito recently did an interview with SheKnows.com about her digestive disorder known as Celiac Disease which damages the small intestine and affects the absorption of nutrients.

She reveals that she 'quit acting' when she was diagnosed, but has since found strength to live with the disorder and even developed a charity called Jennifer's Way Foundation for Celiac Education.

Jennifer Esposito Thursday 10th May 2012 takes a walk through New York

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Jennifer Esposito Wednesday 18th May 2011 2011 CBS Upfront held at the Lincoln Center New York City, USA

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Jennifer Esposito Wednesday 9th June 2010 Whitney Museum of American Art Annual Art Party - Arrivals New York City, USA

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Jennifer Esposito Monday 17th August 2009 The Cinema Society & Hugo Boss screening of 'Inglourious Basterds' at SVA Theater New York City, USA

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Crash (2004) Review


Excellent
In Crash, a simple car accident forms an unyielding foundation for the complex exploration of race and prejudice. Thoroughly repulsive throughout, but incredibly thought provoking long after, Paul Haggis' breathtaking directorial debut succeeds in bringing to the forefront the behaviors that many people keep under their skin. And by thrusting these attitudes toward us with a highly calculated, reckless abandon, Haggis puts racism on the highest pedestal for our review.

There is no better place for this examination than the culturally diverse melting pot of modern-day Los Angeles. In just over 24 hours, Crash brings together people from all walks of life. Two philosophizing black men (Ludacris and Larenz Tate) steal the expensive SUV belonging to the white, L.A. District Attorney (Brendan Fraser), and his high-strung wife (Sandra Bullock). A similar vehicle belonging to a wealthy black television director (Terrence Howard) and his wife (Thandie Newton) is later pulled over by a racist cop (Matt Dillon) and his partner (Ryan Phillippe). Soon, many of these people get mixed up with a Latino locksmith (Michael Peña), a Persian storekeeper (Shaun Toub), and two ethnically diverse, dating police detectives (Don Cheadle and Jennifer Esposito).

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Backflash Review


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As it is, Ray's (Robert Patrick) video store isn't doing so hot (maybe locating it in the desert isn't the best idea...), but when he stops to pick up a hitchhiking Harley (Jennifer Esposito) -- fresh out of prison -- his life gets even crazier. Harley, it seems, has a couple million illicit dollars stashed in a safe deposit box, and maybe she'll take Ray along to get it out, promising him half. But what's the story with Colm Meaney's mobster on her trail? And Harley's old partner -- where'd he go?

While there's a fair amount of confusion in Backflash (a title which really means nothing but which I guess someone thought sounded cool), the twists are fairly garden variety and can be spotted coming from a mile away. Ray is a patsy in this whole thing? Well of course he is, just as sure as he'll find a way out of it. Or is Ray really running the show?

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Taxi Review


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Meet Belle (Queen Latifah), a classic New York loudmouth with a hunky boyfriend and a dead-end job. By day, she works as a bike messenger, hustling from destination to destination, utilizing garbage truck roofs and crowded department store floors as shortcuts. By night, she spends her time skipping out on dates and transforming her Crown Victoria into supercharged yellow taxicab. After all, if she's going to drive at NASCAR someday, she will need a lot of practice, and if she can win the title as the Big Apple's fastest taxi driver, it might help her chances.

Now, meet Andy Washburn (Jimmy Fallon), a bumbling misfit of a New York City police officer. He screws up nearly every case his lieutenant -- who also happens to be his ex-girlfriend -- throws at him. Most recently, he blew an undercover assignment by getting his partner shot in the arm just before crashing the police car into a street market. His driver's license has been revoked (not that he could ever drive), and now might fight the streets of New York on foot.

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Summer Of Sam Review


Terrible

The sixth line of my notes from the "Summer of Sam" preview screeningreads, "if Spike Lee wants us to sit here for 137 minutes, he'd betterpick up the pace."

An hour later, without a hint of an upswing in the movie'stempo, noticed I was near the back of the theater where there was a littlebit of light, so I pulled out the press kit and started reading it, justto have something to do.

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Master Of Disguise Review


Terrible

"The funny voices? The silly faces? They were funny for about one second," says a woman breaking the heart of Pistachio Disguisey (Dana Carvey) in the nitwit kiddie spy flick "Master of Disguise."

She couldn't be more right. In a transparently desperate attempt at a career comeback, Carvey hams like a bad Christmas dinner as Pistachio, a clumsy twit of an Italian waiter who learns that he comes from a long line of disguise experts who have been "protecting the world from evil over the centuries."

For no explained reason, his father (James Brolin) has kept the family history a secret from Pistachio. But when Pistachio's mom and dad are kidnapped by their old arch-enemy -- a black-market art collector named Devlin Bowman (Brent Spiner) -- Grandpa (Harold Gould) shows up to train Pistachio for a rescue mission designed to showcase Carvey's ability to affect an endless array of annoying personas.

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She's Funny That Way Trailer

She's Funny That Way Trailer

With preparation well underway for his latest Broadway show, director Arnold Albertson (Owen Wilson) heads...

Crash (2005) Movie Review

Crash (2005) Movie Review

In Crash, a simple car accident forms an unyielding foundation for the complex exploration of...

Crash (2004) Movie Review

Crash (2004) Movie Review

In Crash, a simple car accident forms an unyielding foundation for the complex exploration of...

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Summer of Sam Movie Review

Summer of Sam Movie Review

As narrator Jimmy Breslin (as himself) puts it, there's 8 million stories in the naked...

Breakin' All The Rules Movie Review

Breakin' All The Rules Movie Review

Breakin' All the Rules is about stupid people with problems, meaning what would take you...

Master of Disguise Movie Review

Master of Disguise Movie Review

Once the chief late-night headliner on NBC's Saturday Night Live, Dana Carvey has been reduced...

Taxi Movie Review

Taxi Movie Review

Meet Belle (Queen Latifah), a classic New York loudmouth with a hunky boyfriend and a...

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Welcome to Collinwood Movie Review

Welcome to Collinwood Movie Review

Among the ever-impressive list of projects undertaken by Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney's Section Eight...

Just One Time Movie Review

Just One Time Movie Review

Just One Time has that Sex in the City feeling -- if only they never...

Don't Say A Word Movie Review

Don't Say A Word Movie Review

Surrounded by hype, high hopes, and the promise of an over-the-top performance by Clueless's Brittany...

Dracula 2000 Movie Review

Dracula 2000 Movie Review

Well, it's the holiday season and what better way to celebrate than by sucking everyone...

Crash Movie Review

Crash Movie Review

A meditation on the often unacknowledged undercurrentsof racism in everyday American city life, "Crash" has...

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