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The second season of TNT's Franklin & Bash premieres tonight at 10/9 p.m. EST, and if you're not familiar with the show, then let me remind you that it stars two major '90s hunks: Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Jared Franklin (Meyer) and Peter Bash (Gosselaar) are two good-looking lawyers who capitalize on their charm and unconventional courtroom style to win cases. Away from the office and outside the courtroom, Peter and Jared are the best of friends and two single guys who know how to let loose. If you're looking for a new addition to your DVR, then here are five reasons you should have a Summer fling with Franklin & Bash.
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Mad Men makes its highly anticipated return to primetime this month, and last night Matthew Weiner, the show's creator and executive producer, along with the cast teamed up at LA's PaleyFest to chat about the season four finale, upcoming episodes, and the future of the Emmy-winning series. The panel didn't give away too many spoilers, though Hamm did reveal Don Draper may still be a bachelor when season five debuts on March 25. Get up to speed with our Mad Men season four recap, and check out the best quotes from the panel!
The Vampire Diaries returns March 15, and Saturday night the entire cast reunited in LA at PaleyFest to chat with fans and preview the upcoming new episode. We chatted with Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and the rest of the Mystic Falls crew before they hit the stage, and they gave us some interesting insight into Damon, Elena, and Stefan's love triangle as well as what might happen to Klaus — stay tuned for more on PopSugar Rush! Once the panel got moving it was clear they weren't giving away too many spoilers, but the group did deliver some great jokes and stories. Here are the best quotes from the panel!
PaleyFest was full steam ahead last night with the hilarious cast of New Girl taking the stage to discuss the first season of their runaway hit. The panel was an hour and half comedy routine filled with jokes about Max Greenfield's small nipples and interesting mole patterns, Jake Johnson's horrible dancing, and Zooey Deschanel's favorite scene to date. The cast also dished about what they hope will happen in the relationships between Cece and Schmidt as well as Jess and Nick. Here are some of the highlights:
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Award season is just getting started and we'll be live streaming the 2012 Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nominations later this week! Tune in tomorrow at 5:50 AM PST to watch the SAG nominations LIVE, and again on Thursday to see which hot Hollywood stars earn Golden Globe nods. We'll be up bright and early to stream the news LIVE from the announcement ceremony, where we'll find out who gets recognized for their big and small screen work.
We're excited to see if the performances we love, like Ryan Gosling in Drive, Brad Pitt in Moneyball and Michelle Williams in My Week With Marilyn, get the recognition they deserve while we're rooting on other favorites like Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCartney in Bridesmaids. Tune in tomorrow starting at 5:50 AM PST on the dot, and if that's too early, don't worry — we'll be replaying it throughout the morning!
Breaking Dawn Part 1 hits theaters Friday, and we've got an exclusive sneak peek at new photos from the fourth installment in the Twilight franchise. We talked to the cast during Monday's LA Breaking Dawn Part 1 premiere, and they were all extremely excited for fans to finally see Edward and Bella tie the knot, and more. In the new stills, director Bill Condon can be seen giving instructions to Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart during their romantic honeymoon in addition to taking Rob aside for a private talk before Edward and Bella's highly anticipated wedding scene. Oh, and there's a nice clear shot of Bella's baby bump! Click through to see all the new, behind-the-scenes shots.
Elijah Wood's schedule is jam-packed with projects lately including starring in the dark comedy TV series Wilfred and filming Peter Jackson's upcoming Lord of the Rings prequel, The Hobbit, but he recently chatted with us about his lighter film, Happy Feet Two. He's reprising his role as Mumbles the penguin and revealed he spent most of his time in the studio with newcomer to the franchise, Pink, though he didn't get to work with Matt Damon or Brad Pitt, who also lent their voice to the animated feature. In addition to the children's film, Elijah also shared new details about returning to New Zealand and stepping back into Frodo's oversized hobbit feet, which he described as "bizarre, but oddly normal." Check out our interview with Elijah and be sure to catch Happy Feet Two in theaters on Nov. 18.
Katie Holmes and Adam Sandler costar in the holiday comedy Jack and Jill, and we recently sat down with the pair at their LA junket. Adam, who plays twin siblings in the flick, said Katie was a joy to work with, though he had to woo her into accepting the role by doing "shirtless things." Katie was equally excited to work with Adam and admitted she's been a huge fan of his films for years — Jack and Jill hits theaters on Friday.