‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ has had huge buzz since its release last week, but Lauren Graham hasn’t tuned in yet.
Lauren Graham, better known to millions of fans as Lorelai Gilmore, has revealed she hasn’t watched the highly-anticipated Netflix revival yet.
‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’ hit the streaming service on November 25, but Graham says she still hasn't sat down to enjoy it yet and admits she may never.
Lauren Graham hasn’t watched ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’
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Creator Amy Sherman-Palladino wants to out it "out to the universe"
After a decade long wait for fans, the fast-talking twosome from Stars Hollow returned over this weekend for a binge-watchable mini-series on Netflix: A Year In The Life. The four seasonal episodes promised to be jam-packed full of all things Gilmore that every fan loved with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino back at the helm.
Lauren Graham has revived Lorelei Gilmore in the Netflix mini-series
And while the first question for every true fan was when can I block off a whole day/evening to binge-watch the episodes, it’s now more than likely that people will ask: what about some more?
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The actor caught the eye of a casting director, but no one else was convinced.
Ryan Gosling could have scored a part in ‘Gilmore Girls’, if only he didn’t fluff his audition, according to one of the show’s casting directors.
At the 'Gilmore Girls' Fan Fest in Washington Depot, Connecticut on Friday night, casting director Jami Rudofsky shared an awesome behind-the-scenes story about how a young Gosling very nearly was a Gilmore guy.
Ryan Gosling was very nearly a Gilmore Guy
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Dean, Jess, Logan? Or maybe Rory doesn't need a man to make her happy...
The ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival on Netflix is still sadly more than two months away and fans just can’t wait to see what Lorelai and Rory are up to now. In the nine years since the show ended there’s certainly been a lot for viewers to contemplate, but for some their biggest question is, who did Lorelai and Rory end up with?
Lauren Graham returns as Lorelai in ‘Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life’
But as Lauren Graham, who plays Lorelai, has expertly pointed out, this is a show about so much more than romance. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly the actress said: “I would be remiss if I didn’t say that Rory and Lorelai’s main strength, even if they believe in true love, is that they have themselves and they have each other.”
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.
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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Max played an important role as a working dog in the US military, but he is sent back from his service in Afghanistan following the traumatic loss of his beloved friend and handler, Kyle Wincott. He is brought into the care of the soldier's grieving family, but, frightened by the unfamiliar surroundings and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after his master's terrifying death in an explosion, Max proves to be difficult to integrate into regular society. However, it soon becomes clear that he wants to be loved again, and forms a heart-warming bond with his former owner's younger brother Justin as they each do their best to heal each other's broken hearts - and that means embarking on some rollicking adventures.
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Edward Herrmann has sadly passed away at the age of 71.
Perhaps best known for his role in cult vamp flick 'The Lost Boys' as well as noughties TV show 'Gilmore Girls', veteran star Edward Herrmann has died in hospital aged 71 following a battle with brain cancer.
Tributes roll in for veteran actor Edward Herrmann
The star, whose most memorable feature was his towering 6 foot 5 inch frame, was confined to intensive care in a New York hospital for almost a month due to complications with brain cancer, but his family were eventually forced to switch off his respirator when it became clear that his health was rapidly deteriorating on December 31st 2014 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Hospital.
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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
The comedienne is working with Jeff Kleeman to bring Graham's first novel to the small screen
Ellen Degeneres will produce a new television series based on Lauren Graham's debut novel, Someday, Someday, Maybe, with the book being turned into a one-hour drama series for Warner Bros. TV. Graham is currently in the process of developing her work for the screen, The Hollywood Reported confirmed on Tuesday (June 11) this week.
The Gilmore Girls actress released the semi-autobiographical account of her time in New York as a young, budding actress earlier this year, with the book reaching the top-spot of the New York Times bestseller list upon it's release. Graham will write the script, which will stick to the story of a young woman who has reached the final six months of her three-year plan to make it as an actress whilst living in New York City.
Jeff Kleeman will be producing the series with DeGeneres and will see Graham team up with Warner Bros. for the first time since the end of her seven season-run on The Gilmore Girls. The series is in a foetus-like stage at the moment, with no potential stars lined-up for the show as of yet. We'll keep you posted on developments as they progress.
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Lauren Graham and Peter Krause - Lauren Graham and Peter Krause Los Angeles, California - The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 4th Annual 'Television Academy Honors' Gala held at The Beverly Hills Hotel - Arrivals Thursday 5th May 2011
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