12:51 PM EDT 01/31/2014
Originally posted 01/29/2014 08:25AM
The wait for Orange Is the New Black's return is almost over.
Originally posted 10/09/2013 02:30PM
The cast that sings together stays together. At least that's the case with That '70s Show.
Six actors from the show (which ended its eight-year run in 2006) got together in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, and Danny Masterson posted a pic of their reunion on Instagram.
Joining Masterson, 37, were Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama and cute couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher.
Originally posted 08/15/2013 09:15AM
Laura Prepon has flown the coop.
Orange is the New Black, the Netflix original series that takes place in a women's prison, will lose one of its central characters, inmate Alex, played by Laura Prepon, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
While Prepon, 33, will no longer be a series regular, she still will return for season 2 in order to tie up any loose ends in her storyline. There also remains the possibility of a comeback in the future, says the trade publication.
"Our season is still developing and nothing is confirmed," a Netflix rep said in a statement. Season 2 of the series is currently in production.
Originally posted 04/19/2012 03:45PM
Former costars Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been spending some friendly time together recently – and now the pals have added more former That '70s Show costars to the mix.
On Monday, Wilmer Valderrama Tweeted a sneak preview of the anticipated reunion, writing, "Yep ... It happened."
Joining him, Kutcher and Kunis for the get-together was costar Laura Prepon.
A source tells PEOPLE that the mini-reunion is expected to air as part of Fox's 25th Anniversary special this Sunday. And according to an EW.com report, castmembers from In Living Color, 24 and Married...With Children are expected to appear on the April 22 show, as well.
As for Kutcher and Kunis, who were photographed furniture shopping in L.A. recently, a source tells PEOPLE, "They have been friends for years."
Originally posted 04/10/2012 08:30AM
Originally posted 01/25/2005 06:00AM
Though she announced some of the nominees for AOL's Moviefone Moviegoer Awards, it seems Will & Grace star Debra Messing doesn't go to many films. Or so it would seem, as she had trouble pronouncing three of the movie titles. Hotel Rwanda became "Hotel Rwinda," Spike Lee's She Hate Me came out "She Hates Me," and The Polar Express turned into "The Polar Bear Express." The latter, she said, is due to her 9-month-old son, Roman, whose favorite book is Polar Bear, Polar Bear. Messing appeared at the L.A. event with Dermot Mulroney, her costar in the upcoming romantic comedy The Wedding Date – and though it doesn't open until Feb. 4, she was already on the lookout for an award at next year's ceremony. "We could be nominated next year for best screen kiss, perhaps," she said. Mulroney said jokingly: "There's at least one (kiss), let's put it that way. There might be four or five. I lost count after three." Of her costar appearing on Will & Grace, Messing said, "He's very elusive. But I would love to have him on the show. I would love any opportunity to work with him again."
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