The stars of James Brown biopic 'Get On Up' including leading man Chadwick Boseman arrive for the New York premiere of the movie which was held at the city's Apollo Theater. The movie is scheduled to hit cinemas in September 2014.
'Cougar Town' will return for a sixth and final series, TBS confirmed yesterday (10th May). The finale of the show, which stars Courteney Cox, will air in early 2015.
Cougar Town has been renewed for its sixth and final series. The hit TBS series, starring Courtney Cox will finish its six year run in early 2015, it was announced yesterday (10th May).
The final season will include 13 episodes which will wrap up the series which also stars Josh Hopkins, Cristina Miller, Busy Philipps, Ian Gomez and Dan Byrd. Cougar Town centres on Jules Cobb (Cox) and her group of friends who survive the ups and downs of life in small town America.
Although the series initially aired on ABC, it was picked up by TBS in January of last year. TBS effectively saved the show from cancellation after two series on ABC. The show quickly became one of the networks best rated comedies with the most recent season averaging more than 2 million viewers with a 1.3 rating, as E! reports.
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If you don’t have enough incentive to tune into this season of Courteney Cox’s show Cougar Town, maybe this will change your mind – the star has decided that this season (and why not all of 2013) will be all about her cleavage.
"You will not see one scene that I don't show my boobs," Cox joked to reporters at a Television Critics Association panel for Cougar Town on Friday "You know what? I'm getting older, so I've decided at this point I'm taking less focus off the face, and focusing [on my chest]. By the time I'm much older, I will just be absolutely nude. I think it's gonna work for me, I hope." She was only mostly joking, however. In fact, Cox and her co-star Josh Hopkins really will strip down for an episode of Cougar Town. The plot? The pair try to spice up their marriage and hold a Naked Day.
And if you think that watching a couple of nude 40-year-olds walk around for half an hour, don’t worry, of course no actual nudity will be displayed in the episode. Cox says that it’s all Hollywood magic and she didn’t really prepare for the nude shoot: "Lighting is everything! I'm not kidding. You could walk into a room and go, 'Wow! I look great today.' And one step further, you're like, 'Oh my God, I look horrible!” We’re sure anyone, who’s ever seen themselves in the mirror, under a club bathroom’s fluorescent lights, will agree there.
Courteney Cox’s Cougar Town is moving from ABC to TBS on Tuesday (January 8, 2013) and by the sounds of a new story from NY Daily News, she’s leaving a lot of her clothes behind.
Oh, you want more details? Well, there’s the episode in which Cox’s character Jules Cobb and her new husband Grayson (played by Josh Hopkins) decide to have ‘Naked Day’ to spice their marriage up a little bit, for starters.
Cox told New York Daily News that Naked Day is “a way to keep their marriage fresh” and Cox explains that although the scenes were filmed discreetly, it was still a bit of a challenge to get everything right and still keep everyone’s dignity intact. “It turned out there was only one place in the whole house where the lighting worked for everything,” Cox explained. “Step away from that spot and it all went to pieces.” It’s not quite the raunchy treat that some might be expecting though, as apparently “someone said it was sexy for five minutes, then it was just two middle-aged people with their clothes off.”
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Courteney Cox, Josh Hopkins, Cougar Town and Venice Beach - Courteney Cox and Josh Hopkins film scenes for 'Cougar Town' on loaction on Venice Beach Friday 7th December 2012 Featuring: Courteney Cox Where: Venice Beach, California, United States
Octavia Spencer, Josh Hopkins and Screen Actors Guild - Octavia Spencer and Josh Hopkins, Sunday 29th January 2012 at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG Awards) held at The Shrine Auditorium - Red Carpet
As a group of 30-ish friends gather Big Chill style for a month in the Hamptons, they can't know tragedy awaits. The core of the group is the enchanting Sara (Alex Davalos), the lifelong muse of her best friend, gay writer Adam (Tom Everett Scott), who shows up with his boyfriend Shawn (Chris Pine). Also in the group: Sara's school chums, Maddy (Lauren German) and her husband Peter (Josh Hopkins), along with their new baby.
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If the title wasn't a dead giveaway, this is a movie about the geek business, or at least the personality of the geek business. Specifically, it's about the rise and fall of Apple (yes, Apple was on top for a while and Microsoft was the underdog) and the punches that the little guy (Microsoft, I swear) pulled trying to beat the big guys (IBM and Apple).
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How many more movies do we need about a rough neighborhood full of lifelong friends hopelessly turned to crime or worse? The enormous catalog of such movies might dissuade a filmmaker from making yet another, but here we have it. Again. Five Irish kids in NYC's Hell's Kitchen make an overemotional pact over some stolen rings on an anonymous rooftop. With teary music. And slow motion. In the film's first scene.
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With former Bond girl and "X-Men" babe Famke Janssen playing a romantically frustrated fashion mag writer who's rehashing a catalog of failed relationships as do-it-yourself therapy, "Love and Sex" plays a bit like a chick-flick version of "High Fidelity."
A romantic by nature, a cynic from experience, Kate Welles (Janssen) fumes over her "happy, perky" story assignments, preferring to wallow in the flotsam of a recent breakup with Adam (mutton-chopped Jon Favreau of "Swingers" fame), a flippantly flirty, so-uncool-he's-hip artist she met on a bad date at a gallery opening. They had been giddy in love once, and the fact that they've broken up has sent her self-esteem spiraling.
So as she sits at her desk, trying to pen an upbeat article about enjoying fellatio so she doesn't get fired for being glum, Kate flashes back on a string of old boyfriends -- all the way back to the playground bully who kissed her behind a tree, then pushed her down in front of his friends -- trying to understand why she seems so doomed when it comes to men.
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