Happy birthday to Charlize Theron, Abbie Cornish, Brit Marling, Francesca Gregorini and Samantha Ronson!
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Rosemarie DeWitt (My Sister’s Sister) and a pixie-haired Olivia Thirlby star in Nobody Walks. Too bad, I enjoy walking. (Did you notice at the 1:19 mark DeWitt’s character admits she’s attracted to Thirlby’s character?)
Claire Danes returns to the award winning Showtime series Homeland starting Sunday, September 30 at 10 p.m. and I can’t fracking wait!
Jennifer Lawrencestars in the Lydie Marland biopicEnds of the Earth. The story follows Lydie Marland and her “uncle/adoptive father/husband, oil magnate.” Marland’s parents hand her over to be adopted by her aunt and uncle, but the uncle has another idea. (This is beyond gross.)
Catherine Keener and Toni Collettewill join forces for an untitled comedy by writer/director Nicole Holofcener (Friends with Money). Keener will star as a new friend to Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, who falls in love with Keener’s ex-husband (James Gandolfini). (In what bizzaro-fictious world would Keener marry Gandolfini?) Collette will play Keener’s therapist, who is also a friend to Louis-Dreyfuss.
Speaking of Glee, Jane Lynchdished on guest star Kate Hudson‘s upcoming appearance as Lea Michele‘s mean dance instructor. Lynch said, “I read the scripts and they’re hilarious. She’s mean and petty and yet there’s a heart there, too. She’s really good. She gives Rachel a really hard time.”