With unlimited budgets and designers at their fingertips, celebs have the opportunity to create nurseries of dreams. We're taking a look inside the bedrooms of Tinseltown's most stylish tots. While some opt for opulence, others choose simplicity when designing their lil ones' rooms. See how some celeb mamas — and dads — chose to dote on their tots.
Jessica Alba had more than her fair share of male company on the red carpet last night at the NYC premiere of Little Fockers with costars Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, and Dustin Hoffman. She's a new addition to the franchise, which also consists of Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers. It was a family affair for leading man Ben, as his parents, Jerry Stiller and Sex and the City's Anne Meara, joined him for the screening. Sexy lady Jessica, meanwhile, flaunted her brand-new short hair while posing with her husband, Cash Warren, who was evidently a big fan of her look. It was the latest press event for busy Owen, after he spent the last few weeks promoting How Do You Know with interviews and photo ops with Reese Witherspoon.
If you loved watching Greg Focker take part in cringe-worthy moment after moment in Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers, then I have a treat for you. In this brand-new trailer for Little Fockers, Jack (Robert De Niro) and Greg (Ben Stiller) are reunited — but does it feel so good?
Now, Greg and Pam have kids (who are more grown up than just toddlers) and are getting together with Pam's parents for the holidays. Of course, the typical banter between Greg and Jack ensues, which includes bloodshed, a Viagra-like wonder drug, and some throwbacks to the original movie. I'm still skeptical about this second sequel, but I am happy to see that Owen Wilson and Barbra Streisand are back and there are some newbies — like Jessica Alba and Laura Dern — along for the ride this time. Are you ready to let the Fockers into your home this Christmas? Decide for yourself when you read more
As pilot season continues in Hollywood, I've got a fresh round of casting news, including Scott Wolf's next TV job and some plans for the new Melrose Place. Check it:
- Scott Wolf has been cast in ABC's remake of V, which is about aliens known as "the visitors" trying to take over Earth. Wolf's role is as a TV newscaster who begins to spread the aliens' messages. The show was originally a cult hit in the '80s. This would be Wolf's first regular TV role since The Nine in 2007.
- Katie Cassidy, formerly of Supernatural and currently starring in the upcoming Harper's Island on CBS, has also landed a role in the Melrose Place remake. Her character is Ella, "a stylish, alluring and ambitious publicist." She joins the previously cast Michael Rady.
- Anastasia Griffith, aka Katie Connor on Damages, is the latest person cast in NBC's Trauma. She'll play "an EMT whose paramedic beau died in a helicopter crash."
- Teri Polo of Meet the Parents fame (though I still think of her character on Sports Night first!) has been cast in Washington Field, a CBS pilot about an elite FBI squad. Eddie Cibrian has also been chosen for the ensemble.
- And finally . . . Life on Mars may have been canceled, but it sounds like Gretchen Mol is already in talks for Eastwick, alongside Lindsay Price.
- Last night's Oscars look like they'll have record-low viewing numbers based on the preliminary ratings, Reuters reports. Stay tuned for the final numbers later today.
- Though its showrunners were recently fired, Women's Murder Club will still produce three more episodes this season, writes the Hollywood Reporter.
- Zap2It reports that the Tina Fey-hosted Saturday Night Live — the first post-strike episode — produced strong ratings over the weekend.
- According to ComingSoon, production on Steven Spielberg's next project The Trial of the Chicago 7 will be delayed "for the foreseeable future."
- Writer Stephen Marlowe, best known for his pulp crime novels, has died at age 79, the Associated Press reports.
- Billboard reports that Donna Summer will break her 17-year hiatus with the May 20th release of her studio album, Crayons.
- The typically comedic actress Teri Polo will star in indie thriller The Beacon, writes Hollywood Reporter
- Leighton Meester, aka Blair on Gossip Girl, has recorded her first album, CTV reports.
- Tickets to see Miley Cyrus in concert are selling out in minutes and being scalped for up to 5x face value. Sounds like she could give The Spice Girls a run for their money. - AP
- Apparently Derek Jeter and Gabrielle Union have started dating. Just in time for Gabrielle to score some sweet playoffs seats. - Page Six
- Teri Polo and her boyfriend are expecting their first child together. Congrats to the happy couple! - People
- Pete Doherty's sentencing has been postponed yet again in order to let him finish rehab before appearing in court on October 26th. It will be very interesting to see how this case finally ends up. - BBC News
- Connecticut has declared that today is "Bruce Springsteen Day" in honor of Bruce and the E street band kicking off its first tour in four years. Guess we know who's still the boss. - AP
From "Ally McBeal" to "The Practice" to "Boston Legal," nobody knows the formula for a television hit quite like David E. Kelley. And that's exactly why I'm both anticipating and dreading tonight's premiere of "The Wedding Bells," Kelley's latest creation. Kelley's built a career on one-dimensional, stereotypical characters who get themselves into one wacky situation after another while learning Meaningful Lessons about Life, and I'm afraid "Wedding Bells" looks like more of the same.
My reservations start with the title: See, they're wedding planners, and their last name is Bell! The Wedding Bells! Yuk-yuk! The clips I've seen stay close to the standard wedding cliches of run-away brides and overly demanding mothers. Add in the "twist" that the Bells themselves are still looking for love, and it starts to sound like a cloying, cutesy nightmare. (To see the clips for yourself, go to the show's site and click the link for video.) Or, to watch an extended preview that made me laugh several times, read more
Who needs Sundance when you can make your own winter wonderland right in Pasadena? Okay, it might not be as glamorous as Park City in the end of January, but it can't be all bad if Wentworth is there. The Fox All-Star Winter TCA Press Tour party included our favorite Monday night stars. We already reminded you that tonight is the return of Prison Break and as usual we are sucked into 24 after just one week. Kiefer looks in much better spirits than he has been on the show. Minnie Driver was also there. I assume she was plugging her new show on FX in March called The Riches. Stay tuned.
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