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Jerry O'Connell Loves Being Mistaken for Jason Bateman: 'It's a Running Joke, We Text Each Other All the Time'
Originally posted 06/14/2016 12:35PM
While guest hosting Live with Kelly on Tuesday, Jerry O'Connell admitted to Kelly Ripa that fans often mistake him for Jason Bateman, 47.
"I'm very good friends with Jason and we text each other – we have an ongoing joke. Like, I'll text him, 'Hey, listen, the TSA lady at JFK [Airport] really liked Arrested Development,' " O'Connell says. "Then he'll say, 'Hey, there's a garbage guy on on Seventh Avenue who loves PEOPLE's List on Saturday nights.' "
Originally posted 08/19/2015 03:35PM
Preheat your ovens and prep your vegetables: It's time to get cooking!
We're mixing up a small-screen feast in honor of the return of Young & Hungry. One of our most reliable sources of dinner inspiration (witness: Emily Osment's millennial food blogger Gabi effortlessly whipping up breakfast, lunch and dinner while also juggling her messy personal life), the ABC Family sitcom is just the latest in a long line of cooking scenes on television.
Below, we satisfy our cravings with some of our favorite TV culinary moments ever. Think of them as an amuse-bouche, if you will …
Originally posted 04/08/2015 08:15AM
Brian Grazer claims the comedy will continue, though Netflix has declined comment
Originally posted 04/11/2014 05:15PM
Ready yourself, Game of Thrones fans. It's wedding season again in Westeros. Soon Margaery Tyrell will walk down the aisle to join GoT's top twerp, King Joffrey, in holy matrimony.
The HBO show's last set of nuptials, better known as the Red Wedding, cut through the heart like a hot blade of Valyrian steel, leaving many wary about what will happen when Joffrey gets hitched. (No spoilers, book readers!)
Weddings are said to be joyous occasions, but TV doesn't always follow the rules. In preparation for Game of Thrones' next "celebration," here are the TV weddings that went horribly wrong.
Originally posted 04/08/2014 03:45PM
Michael Cera has apparently been lying about his age.
Originally posted 03/13/2014 02:00PM
Jason Bateman lets the profanity fly in his new film Bad Words. And it turns out the father of two is a bit of a swear word aficionado in real life, too – with limits.
Originally posted 05/27/2013 11:30AM
Arrested Development, one of the cleverest sitcoms of all time, returned to life over the weekend, as Netflix launched an entire season of 15 new episodes for instant and, if one so chooses, marathon streaming.
This is a cause for celebration: reviving a cult network classic as digital, 24/7 programming is something like cloning a fresh mastodon from genetic material tweezered off a frozen carcass.
There is no guarantee, however, that the genetic material may not have mutated or deteriorated with time.
That is the case with Arrested Development, which lasted a mere three seasons on Fox despite ecstatic praise and is now regarded as such a classic that this revival has been wildly anticipated (and hyped).
Originally posted 05/26/2013 12:05PM
Let's all hope Netflix has some seriously powerful servers, because everybody and their mother(boy) just signed up to watch the hotly anticipated fourth season of Arrested Development, available exclusively on the streaming service beginning May 26.
That's right – the Bluths are back, in all their lazy, grifting, unprincipled glory! Do you think you're the ultimate Arrested Development fan?
Whether you plan on watching the whole new season in one sitting, or will ration out the episodes, grab your martini, stock up on treats from the nearest banana stand, snuggle up in the model home with anyone but Ann and sound off below.
Originally posted 04/30/2013 02:00PM
Feathers were ruffled at Monday's Arrested Development premiere. Literally.
As the show's most famous faces, from Jason Bateman to Portia de Rossi, stepped out to celebrate the much-awaited new season, it was a flawlessly coiffed, well-mannered ostrich who emerged as the night's biggest star.
The bird walked the red carpet with all the grace and composure of a veteran actor, so much so, we couldn't tell if the feathered star was just winging it. And no stylist, no problem: This buddy went all-natural for the event, which celebrated the show's comeback season launching May 26 on Netflix.
Originally posted 10/07/2012 03:40PM
Amber Tamblyn and David Cross are married!
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actress, 29, and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret actor, 48, tied the knot on Saturday, a rep for the actress confirmed to PEOPLE.
The couple announced their engagement in August 2011.
Director Lance Bangs shared a snapshot of Tamblyn and Cross slow dancing at their reception on Instagram.
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