Tag Archives: Weeds

“Weeds” star Hunter Parrish is broadway bound

HollywoodNews.com: He’s been playing Mary-Louise Parker’s son Silas Botwin on Showtime’s Weeds for seven seasons now but Hunter Parrish is proving to be an in-demand star of major musicals as well. The young actor, who also played the son of Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin in the romantic comedy It’s Complicated,[...]

Hollywood TV Review: ‘Weeds’ season six opener — smart, but slow

By Anthony D’Alessandro HollywoodNews.com: The “Weeds” season six opener of “Thwack” unfortunately doesn’t live up to its pointed title, however, the good news is that creator Jenji Kohan is finally moving the Botwin family away from the Mexican border after they’ve overstayed the drama there for the last two seasons. The[...]

The cast of ‘Falling Skies’ to attend Comic-Con

HollywoodNews.com: The cast of TNT’s “Falling Skies” starring Noah Wyle (“ER”) and Moon Bloodgood (“Terminator Salvation”) will give fans a first look at the eagerly anticipated new series at Comic-Con. Co-executive producer and writer Mark Verheiden (“Heroes,” “Battlestar Galactica”) will also join them for a Q&A panel session. The new[...]

Alanis Morisette to return on new season of ‘Weeds’

HollywoodNews.com: The sixth season of “Weeds” will premiere on August 16th, which will be the last for Elizabeth Perkins who plays Celia Hodes. However, fans should rest a little easier knowing that there will be some returning characters. Alanis Morissette will return for two episodes as Nancy’s baby doc and girlfriend[...]

Hollywood Movie Roundup: Will anyone remember these “Titans”?

BY KEVIN CRUST If you measure Summer by big budget, effects-driven movies, then Summer has arrived. We have a Greek mythology remake that fits the bill and some counter-programming in the form of Hannah Montana-meets-Nicholas Sparks and a semi-annual offering from Tyler Perry. If you’re looking for something with good reviews,[...]

Avatar, Hurt Locker, Sherlock Holmes dominate ADG Awards

“Avatar,” “The Hurt Locker,” and “Sherlock Holmes” dominated the Art Directors Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel last night. “Avatar” took home the prize for excellence in production design in a fantasy film; “The Hurt Locker” for contemporary film; and “Sherlock Holmes” for a period film. Television awards were also[...]