In this screen adaptation based on the novel written by James Patterson, Rafe Khatchadorian is introduced as the main character who doesn't deal well with authority so when he is transferred to an oppressive middle school that has a book full of rules he can't help but break them.
After the head teacher destroys Rafe's book of drawings that mean the world to him, he enlists the help of his best friend, Leo, to hatch a plan to break every rule from the code of conduct. The narrative follows the two boys on their journey to complete this task and deals with themes of romance along the way as Rafe struggles to keep his feelings towards Jeanne under cover.
In this coming of age American Comedy we see Rafe dealing with his wild imagination that in turn lands him in trouble with his teachers and threatens his place at the school.
Melissa McCarthy was overwhelmed with emotion returning to the set of Gilmore Girls for the TV show's revival.
The Bridesmaids actress played Sookie St. James, the best friend of Lauren Graham's lead character, for all seven seasons of the show from 2000 to 2007. But when news of the revival was announced in January (16), Melissa revealed she hadn't been asked to take part. However, show creator Amy Sherman-Palladino later managed to schedule Melissa in to shoot some scenes, and the star admits she became very nostalgic when she returned to the Stars Hollow set earlier this month (Apr16).
"I got so sentimental,” she told ETOnline.com. "I stopped by about two weeks ago, I think, and just saw the sets and saw everybody there. It kind of felt like we didn't skip a beat."
"It was a little overwhelming," she confessed. "It was really cool. It just felt like the absolute right thing to do."
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Melissa McCarthy is reprising her role on the upcoming Gilmore Girls revival, after months of back and forth on her questionable return.
The Oscar nominee was a key player in the beloved U.S. comedy-drama, playing Sookie St. James, the best friend of Lauren Graham's lead character, for all seven seasons of the show.
When news of the Netflix revival was confirmed in January (16), MCCarthy was the one star missing from the list of returning cast members. At the time, Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino told TVLine.com that MCCarthy was unable to come back, citing the actress' "busy schedule" as the reason for her absence.
Shortly after, the Bridesmaids star replied on Twitter, "Sadly no one asked me or Sookie to come back to (fictional town) Stars Hollow. Wish them all the best!!", prompting even more confusion from fans.
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Actress Mae Whitman is reuniting with her former onscreen mum Lauren Graham for the upcoming revival of Gilmore Girls.
The actress portrayed Graham's daughter on the critically acclaimed TV drama Parenthood for six seasons, and now she has signed up to make a cameo on the new instalment of Gilmore Girls, which centres on another mother/daughter team.
According to TVLine, Whitman is slated to share a small yet "really fun" moment with Graham in the four-part revival for Internet streaming service Netflix.
Their Parenthood and Gilmore Girls worlds collided last June (15) at the ATX Television in Austin, Texas, where Graham and her Gilmore Girls daughter Alexis Bledel reunited with most of the cast, and Whitman was also there to participate in a separate event.
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Melissa McCarthy is "thrilled" that that hit series television Gilmore Girls is being revived.
Melissa played Sookie St. James on the popular comedy-drama series, which ran for seven seasons until from 2000 until 2007. In January (16), it was confirmed that production was beginning on four new 90-minute episodes about the lives of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore (played by Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel respectively), which will air on streaming service Netflix.
Though the 45-year-old has confirmed she will not be appearing in new series due to her work commitments, she fully supports the revival and plans to watch it.
"I'm actually thrilled that it's happening," she told E! News on Wednesday (16Mar16). "I loved that show, and I think the fans for that show are super loyal and great and I will watch every single one of them."
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The Original Cast Of The Gilmore Girls, Including Lauren Graham And Alexis Bledel, Are Returning To The Revival Of The Comedy Drama Series Due To Be Screened On Netflix Next Year (17).
Netflix and Warner Bros. Television confirmed on Friday (29Jan16) that the streaming service is officially reviving the much-loved U.S. TV series, after rumours circulated back in October last year (15).
At the time, it was reported Netflix bosses were looking to revive the series with four 90-minute movies, rather than a traditional 10-episode series. Lauren Graham acknowledge the rumours on Twitter.com and wrote, "Dudes. I can't confirm this. But I also can't deny this..."
Since the news broke that the Gilmore Girls is officially returning to the small screen, Graham subsequently posted a photo of her posing with a jacket embossed with, 'Property of the Gilmore Girls'. She captioned the image, "I CAN NOW CONFIRM: it's time for me, and this jacket I stole in 2007, to return to work. @netflix #GilmoreGirls".
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Lorelai and Rory are coming back and it’s been too long!
After months of speculation the return of 'Gilmore Girls' has officially been confirmed! The much loved series will be given a reboot by streaming service Netflix and include most of the show’s original cast, along with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.
Lauren Graham is ready to return to ‘Gilmore Girls’.
According to the Hollywood Reporter stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena are all scheduled to return. The show’s creator Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino will write and direct all of the new episodes.
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Could streaming service Netflix be about to make the dreams of ‘Gilmour Girls’ fans come true, finally?
Streaming service Netflix is reportedly in negotiations to revive beloved series ‘Gilmour Girls’, reuniting creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and original stars, Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel. Graham and Bledel played mother-daughter duo Lorelai and Rory Gilmore on the popular WB drama, from 2000-2007.
Lauren Graham stared as mother Lorelai in ‘Gilmour Girls’.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix is looking to approach the revival as four 90-minute movies as opposed to a 10-episode series. The series is proving to be one of the most popular shows on the streaming service, which carries all seven seasons.
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Bosses At Netflix Have Reportedly Struck A Deal To Bring Back Beloved Family Drama Gilmore Girls For A Limited Series.
Multiple sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter that the Internet streaming service's executives are in negotiations with series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino to reboot the programme, with its stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel also on board.
Reports suggest the revival will consist of four 90-minute episodes/mini-movies, and actors Kelly Bishop and Scott Patterson are also expected back for the new installment.
Gilmore Girls, which ended its seven-season run in 2007, was helmed by Sherman-Palladino until 2006, when she exited following a contract dispute with Warner Bros. bosses.
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Josh Wiggins, Lauren Graham, Mia Xitlali, Luke Kleintank and Dejon LaQuake - Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures' 'Max' at the Egyptian Theatre - Arrivals at Egyptian Theater - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 23rd June 2015
Former Gilmore Girls Star Lauren Graham's Tv Mum Kelly Bishop Tried To Set Her Up With Her Current Actor Boyfriend Peter Krause Years Before They Started Dating.
Graham played stage and screen star Bishop's contentious daughter on the cult programme in the early 2000s, but offscreen, Bishop tells Glamour.com that she often gave friendly advice to the younger actress, especially when it came to dating.
Bishop says, "I was always giving Lauren advice on her love life - from experience to advice to opinion. We had lots of discussions about that."
The actress adds that during their seven-season run, she attempted to set Graham up with Krause, whom she had reconnected with when they played siblings on drama Parenthood in 2009.
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Lauren Graham and Mae Whitman - Celebrities attend NBC & Vanity Fair 2014-2015 TV Season at Hyde Sunset Kitchen - Red Carpet Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 16th September 2014
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