With September around the corner, this means a bunch of new sitcoms will be making their way into Primetime television. One of these shows are none other than Glee producer Ryan Murphy’s ’The New Normal’, which is set to premiere on September 11.
The new comedic series features gay couple David (Justin Bartha) and Bryan (Andrew Rannells) who are hoping to start a family through a surrogate, single mother Goldie (Georgia King). Also starring on the show, is Ellen Barkin as Goldie’s bigoted grandmother Jane, Bebe Woods as Goldie’s bright and precocious daughter Shania and NeNe Leakes as Bryan’s sassy assistant Rocky.
An extended trailer for the show released just yesterday, and it’s already proving to show a lot of potential for laughs and even some tears. Personally, my favourite line in the trailer is when Justin Bartha’s character tells his partner, “You know you can’t return a baby to Barney’s.”
What do you think of this upcoming series? The concept here sounds quite similar to the hilarious Modern Family, but it isn’t fair to make comparisons before giving this show a shot first!
The full-length trailer for “The Hangover: Part II” has arrived. The film stars original cast mates Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis and Justin Bartha, and they are back for another round of crazy mishaps. This time, in Bangkok, Thailand.
If this trailer looks a little like the first one, you’re right on the money. Many of the scenes we’re seeing in this new trailer are very reminiscent of the first film – they get drunk, they wake up in a strange place, they loose someone, they find a monkey instead of a tiger.
But there are enough new differences to make the movie feel fresh: For example, Stu’s tattoo instead of a missing tooth. Yikes.
I’m sure everyone is very excited for this movie – it was a huge success the first time around. But I have to ask, will it be as funny the second time? Does waking up hung over really stay funny when done over and over again? My guess is yes, but it really shouldn’t be. Oh well, check out the trailer below. The film is set for a Memorial Day release, on May 30.
Celebrity-Gossip.net is reporting that Ashley Olsen and her boyfriend of two years, Hangover star, Justin Bartha have called it quits.
Just six months ago rumors were circling about the couples supposed engagement. Unfortunately, two years seems to be a breaking point for many celebrity couples. Even though the couple did their best to stay out of the spotlight, it just wasn’t enough to create a long-lasting bond. Bartha will go on to star in the highly anticipated sequel to The Hangover, while Olsen is still busy with her fashion career.
All the single men living in Manhattan rejoice, because one of you may have a shot at dating an Olsen twin. No waiting until Ashley is 18 anymore!
But, don’t fear, Olsen was not alone. She had the full support and safety from her Hangover-actor-boyfriend, Justin Bartha, who was also on the flight.
An electrical fire caused a crack in the plane’s windshield which resulted in the need for the emergency landing. The flight was bound for Los Angeles from JFK, but landed safely at Washington Dulles International Airport at about 9:30 p.m.
On the runway, fire trucks and emergency vehicles met the plane but no one was hurt. The passengers were rebooked on flights leaving this morning for The City of Angels.
Olsen’s rep confirmed that she and Bartha were present on the flight and are OK. But no word on where they spent the night or what they did.
Pamela Adlon, Californication actress, and Jarrod Spector of Broadway’s Jersey Boys, were also passengers on the flight.
Bradley Cooper gained two important things from shooting his upcoming hyped summer comedy flick The Hangover.
The first being his now refined Yoda-like knowledge of throwing the perfect bachelor party- which he says should include condoms, a muppet, and lots of ice.
But the second, and by far gaining the most buzz, is Cooper’s promotion of a lifetime from a working actor, to well, a movie star.
Only, if you ask the humble 34-year-old North Philly about the hype, you’ll suddenly be hauled back down to earth.
“I don’t feel any of that and maybe I should,” Cooper tells andPOP modestly, trying to keep the excitement at bay. A failed attempt, considering Warner Bros. Entertainment already gave the green light to a sequel in 2011 even before the current film hits theaters on June 5.
“I will admit this though,” he says, “I do have a bigger role in the movie than usual which I really liked.”