04:23 PM EDT 08/29/2014
Originally posted 10/27/2009 05:25PM
Courteney Cox Arquette is bringing one of her famous Friends to Cougar Town: Lisa Kudrow will make a guest appearance on the new ABC show, TV Guide reports.
"If it all works out, she'll play a dermatologist that my character can't stop going to even though the doctor is mean to me," Cox Arquette, 45, tells TV Guide. "She's the best in town at what she does and I become addicted."
So will any of her other former onscreen pals make an appearance on Cougar Town?
Originally posted 09/30/2009 09:30AM
Whenever Bruce Springsteen does a concert, people beg him to play "Born in the USA." For Billy Joel, it's "Piano Man." Paul McCartney always receives requests for "Yesterday."
She gets "Smelly Cat."
Originally posted 06/23/2009 10:30AM
Five years after Friends went off the air, Courteney Cox Arquette is still there for Lisa Kudrow.
The Friends are staging a mini-reunion on July 6, when Cox Arquette makes a guest appearance on Kudrow's online comedy series Web Therapy, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Kudrow stars as Fiona Wallace, a therapist who treats her patients via webcam.
Originally posted 05/05/2009 09:00AM
Looks like Sarah Silverman's fake hookup with Matt Damon is still paying off!
In September, the comedian won an Emmy for her hit song, "I'm F**king Matt Damon," and now the viral video nabbed her a best actress Webby award. Silverman was also honored with the best political video award for her "Great Schlep" video, a plea for Jewish kids to urge their grandparents to vote for Barack Obama.
Other high-profile Webby winners include Jimmy Fallon, who was named Webby person of the year for using the Internet, specifically his blog, to refine his talk show hosting skills before his late night debut. Lisa Kudrow won outstanding comedic performance for her Web-only series Web Therapy and rocker Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails was named Webby artist of the year.
Originally posted 11/23/2004 07:00AM
Originally posted 09/20/2004 08:45AM
You can't keep a good Friend down, and Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox are poised to work with HBO in two separate projects, says the Hollywood Reporter.
Originally posted 04/08/2004 01:00PM
The theme song promised they would be there for each other – and for 10 years the six stars of Friends truly were. Together they rode the bronco of sudden fame, hung on during a media backlash and tough salary negotiations and supported each other through personal crises, marriages and babies. As the show's May 6 finale approaches, the famous sextet looks back in a new book, Friends ... 'Til The End. In this exclusive excerpt – featuring never-before-seen photos from the set – they open up about the show and each other. Friends, says Jennifer Aniston, has been "like a gift you can't even imagine." Jennifer AnistonI was 23 years old when we started. Now here we are in our 30s and some of us have been married and some babies have been born. ... What's so weird about this show is that so much of our lives get in there. ... Whether it was a relationship thing or a parental thing, a situation in our lives is somehow always being played out on the show. ... It did feel like I was growing up in front of everybody.
Originally posted 03/31/2004 5:29PM
April 1, 2004 NEW DIRECT-ION Now that David Schwimmer has wrapped up his work on Friends, he's taking some time to direct. Schwimmer has already been tapped to head up a new TV pilot called Home & Hardware, starring American Pie actress Alyson Hannigan. We hear Schwimmer will also direct the pilot episode of Never Mind Nirvana, about the culture clash that occurs when the parents of a young Indian-American doctor come to live with him and his wife, who is white. But don't give up on Schwimmer the actor just yet: He'll appear in the title role in the indie flick Duane Hopwood, with Janeane Garofalo, due next year.
Originally posted 03/05/2004 10:15AM
Ross and Phoebe's real-life alter egos are going into high gear, with his directing and producing pilots, and her possible gig with Paul Reiser.
Originally posted 01/21/2004 01:00PM
The Sundance Film Festival, which served as the launching pad for Jennifer Aniston's 2002 modest big-screen platform, "The Good Girl," has now placed another "Friends" star in the spotlight: Courteney Cox, who stars in the independent film "November."
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