Since the loss of her mother, Doris hasn't really had much companionship. She has her best friend and work colleagues but love has always been something that's alluded her. She once had an offer of marriage but knowing that this would separate her from her mother, she declined.
After meeting the new director of art at her place of work, Doris automatically feels a connection with him. Sure, John might be a few years her junior and into very different things to herself, but Doris has a niggling feeling she can't leave alone. Doris might be a little bookish and bespectacled but she decides to explore new methods to attract her man.
Along the way Doris befriends some of John's friends, who at first might seem entirely different to Doris but in actuality have a lot of similarities. Doris must find a way to balance her new and old friends and also win her man. Hello, My Name is Doris actually started out as an eight minute short called Doris and the Intern, written and directed by Laura Terruso. Director Michael Showalter instantly saw the potential in the initial footage and started work on a large scale version of the film.
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A Performance Of Kristin Chenoweth's Broadway Musical On The Twentieth Century Was Halted This Week (Beg22jun15) Due To A Fire Scare.
The show was stopped during the second act on Wednesday night (24Jun15) when a smoke alarm sounded, prompting staff to turn on the house lights as firefighters arrived.
Chenoweth's co-star Peter Gallagher walked back onstage in a bid to keep the audience entertained during the break by talking to them and answering questions, and the actress was later escorted back on by two firemen.
A source tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "Kristin convinced two of the firemen to escort her back on the stage to restart her scene once they were ready to begin the show again."
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Actor Peter Gallagher Has Given Up Talking Between His Broadway Shows After A Nasty Infection Sidelined Him For Two Weeks.
The former The O.C. star was struck down with sinus problems during previews of his play On The Twentieth Century and missed two weeks of shows as he recovered.
Gallagher returned to the stage at the American Airlines Theatre for opening night on Thursday (12Mar15), and he has now revealed doctors have advised him to keep quiet off-stage to preserve his voice.
He tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "I'm feeling better. After every show, I have to shut up and not talk... I have great medical care... (My silence is) driving my family crazy. My son said, 'Dad, (are) you mad at me? You haven't said anything to me?' Then he said, 'Ah, I'm just kidding, I know you can't talk'."
Peter Gallagher and Kristin Chenoweth - Broadway celebration after party for On the Twentieth Century at the American Airlines Theatre - Arrivals. at American Airlines Theatre, - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 12th March 2015
Mark Linn-Baker, Mary Louise Wilson, Peter Gallagher, Kristin Chenoweth, Andy Karl, Michael McGrath, Kevin Stites, Warren Carlyle, Scott Ellis and cast members - Photo call for Broadway's On the 20th Century, held at American Airlines Theatre. at American Airlines Theatre, - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 29th January 2015
Director Jim Sheridan is proud of how Colin Farrell bounced back from his hard partying ways and turned his life around after entering rehab in 2006.
The 'Seven Psychopaths' actor checked into rehab in 2006 after his partying got out of control and director and close friend Jim admits Colin was on course to become the ''next mess up'' before he got clean.
Speaking at the eighth annual Oscar Wilde: Honouring the Irish in Film party at 'Lost' producer J.J Abrams' Bad Robot Productions in Santa Monica on Thursday (21.02.13), Jim told BANG Showbiz: ''Colin is impressive, not just as an actor but as a person. We all know he had his ups and downs and there was a time when he was going to be the next mess up but he left it all behind him and became a great lad.''
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Colin Farrell says he no longer worries about work so much because he just wants to spend all of his time with his kids. James, nine, and Henry, three.
Colin Farrell's children are his main priority.
The 'Seven Psychopaths' actor has two sons, James, nine, and Henry, three, from previous relationships and revealed he no longer worries about work so much because he just wants to spend all of his time with his kids.
Speaking at the eighth annual Oscar Wilde: Honouring the Irish in Film party at 'Lost' producer J.J Abrams' Bad Robot Productions in Santa Monica on Thursday (21.02.13), Colin told BANG Showbiz: ''Fatherhood is wonderful, it's so much harder to be away from home now that I have kids. They're so wonderful, I adore them so much.
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In a noble but poor neighbourhood under a stack of bridges by the Miami River, Sean (Guzman) and his pal Eddy (Gabriel) lead an underground dance crew called The Mob to perform flash-mob antics in picturesque locations. Their goal is to win an online competition and go pro. Then Sean meets Emily (McCormick), whose property tycoon dad (Gallagher) wants to destroy Sean's neighbourhood to build another glitzy development. While trying to make her own way in dance school, Emily hides her identity to join The Mob and take on Dad.
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Actor Peter Gallagher is hoping to make a cool $1 million (£620,000) profit after placing his California property on the market.
The former The O.C. star bought the Brentwood home in 2007 for $3 million (£1.8 million) and put it up for sale on Tuesday (13Sep11) for $4.1 million (£2.5 million).
The house boasts six bedrooms, five baths, secret gardens, a pool and sweeping views of California.
By never taking their ludicrous plot seriously, they've made a true guilty pleasure.
Fed up with dead-end Iowa, Ali (Aguilera) heads for Hollywood. Despite having no experience or training, she's sure she can make it as a singer-dancer. After a series of rejections, she stumbles upon the Burlesque Lounge on Sunset, run by jaded diva Tess (Cher) with the help of her long-suffering buddy Sean (Tucci). Ali charms sexy barman Jack (Gigandet) into a barmaid job, while keeping her sights on the stage. And she's also wooed by Marcus (Dane), a developer who's trying to buy the financially strapped club.
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As the camera probes into a crowded room of ballerinas spinning and dipping, a young blond is immediately isolated from the bunch. The male choreographer's assistant notes that the girl has poor form. The choreographer retorts, "Who cares, look at her." And with that the blonde, blue-eyed Jodie is given a spot in the American Ballet Academy, the Julliard of dancing.
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Every time I see a new Kevin Spacey movie, I expect the world from him, and every time he delivers the galaxy.
Arguably the greatest actor currently working in motion pictures, he is capable of putting across leagues of depth with the subtlest, most insignificant glance. He can play menacing or meek, ardent or indifferent, nervous or non-nonchalant with equal dexterity.
Look at "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil," "The Negotiator," "L.A. Confidential," "The Usual Suspects" or any of his recent roles and just try to imagine another actor in the part. It simply can't be done. Spacey doesn't act, he embodies his characters viscerally from the inside out.
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