Archive for Meryl Streep

January 26, 2009

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Do you see any resemblance?

Do you see any resemblance?

SAG: Best quote of the night goes to Meryl Streep, who said “I didn’t even buy a dress!” while expressing her shock that she won best actress in a drama for Doubt.

Drew Barrymore: Ready and willing to make a Charlie’s Angels 3.  We never saw the first two!

Prince Harry: Cancel the royal wedding!  The heir to the throne split with his girlfriend of five years.  The brightside: ladies, you are this much closer to one day being queen!

Obama: No word from the president yet but the Mrs. sure ain’t happy that Ty is releasing dolls that look just like First Daughters Sasha and Malia.  More important: what do THEY think?  Bet they love it!

Molly Ringdwald: Now that she’s preggers with twins, her TV daughter won’t be the only one having a baby on The Secret Life of the American Teenager.  Makes for a great storyline, no?

Rumer Willis: In a new interview, Willis opens up about how Ashton Kutcher went from being her favorite posterboy to her stepdad.  Awkkkkwardddd.

SIZZLED OUT: Patrick Swayze

STILL SIZZLING: This soon-to-be Broadway star is torn about doing a movie version of her mother-daughter TV series.  We say go for it!

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November 26, 2008

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Carnegie Hall-worthy!  Who woulda thunk it?!

Carnegie Hall-worthy! Who woulda thunk it?!

DWTS: Brooke Burke and Derek Hough were declared the winners last night.  We’re cool with that, though we also would’ve been happy if Lance won.

DWTS Pt. 2: Does life change after you’ve won the trophy?  Hardly.

Gossip Girl: Josh Schwartz has squashed yesterday’s news of a Lily and Rufus flashback show.  What he’s planning instead: webisodes all about Blair’s maid, Dorota.

Carson Daly: The TV host, known for getting stars to spill, has been keeping a secret of his own: he’s gonna be a dad!  Jennifer Love Hewitt and Tara Reid, you better get busy!

SAG: The actors’ strike is more likely to happen when you got big names like Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep supporting it.  Thanks a lot, guys.

NBC: Among the winter schedule changes: two SNL specials, more reality shows and a TV movie.  We doubt ratings will improve.

Family Guy: Seth Green (who voices Chris) and Carnegie Hall kinda seem like a mismatch, but we guess you gotta give the people what they want.  And what they want is a live reading of Family Guy scripts.  Go figure.

Reality TV: Here’s another reason to hate it: people are actually being diagnosed with Truman Syndrome, a type of paranoia where they (incorrectly) think their life is being documented by cameras.  If it wasn’t so sad, we’d probably laugh.

Thanksgiving: Forget the turkey.  All you need is a TV!  There’ll be marathons of faves like I Love Lucy, House, Fresh Prince, Arrested Development and lots more ALL WEEKEND!

90210: One of those aforementioned marathons will be on SOAPNet, with focusing on Kelly’s love life (creatively titled Kelly’s Leftovers).  Doesn’t get much better than that.  But it does get worse: we won’t have access to SOAPNet that day! Tragic.

MTV: Will have its own Inaugural Ball in D.C.  No worries if you can’t go;  they’ll also broadcast it on MTV’s 894328297312 channels.

SIZZLED OUT: Joey Fatone (NSYNC)

STILL SIZZLING: This tear drop-tattooed artist made the best album of the year, or so says Blender.

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