They’ve been dating since 2012 and finally Dave Franco has popped the question to his gorgeous leading lady Alison Brie.According to the “Neighbors” hunk’s rep, they recently became betrothed and the “Mad Men” actress was more than happy to show off her new left-hand bling at the Monday night (August 24) premiere of her new movie “Sleeping with Other People.”It’s going to be one of the funniest movies of the spring, and “Get Hard” just unveiled a brand new promotional trailer.Starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, the forthcoming flick tells the story of a wealthy businessman who is sentenced to 10 years in prison for fraud.
Throughout the movie, Ferrell’s character James King fails to realize that he’s relying solely on racial stereotypes to learn about thug life It’s almost time for the fifth season of “Community,” and Yahoo! And if you’re really young, like a baby, you don’t.” From there, Alison Brie adds, “I don’t need to tell you who I am. I don’t even know what I’m doing here.”He’s been laying low film-wise, but Will Ferrell is gearing up for his next big flick that also just happens to include Kevin Hart.
just released a brand new promotional spot to get everyone psyched. “Get Hard” is slated to hit theaters on March 27th, 2015 and has just released an new promotional trailer that’s pretty darn funny.
Looking for an excuse to stay up late, a host of beautiful celebrity ladies showed up at the launch of Claiborne Swanson Frank’s “Young Hollywood” portrait book, hosted by Michael Kors.
Emmy Rossum, Hailee Steinfeld and Abigail Spencer all rubbed shoulders while working the room and looking fabulous.
As one of the biggest movie stars in the world, Jennifer Lawrence certainly isn’t hurting for work, but back in 2007 the “Hunger Games” hottie and “Community” chick Alison Brie teamed up for an ill-fated Comedy Central program.
“Not Another High School Show” was meant to spoof popular teen television dramas in hopes of channeling the success of “Not Another Teen Movie.” Unfortunately that wasn’t the case.
After suffering less than desirable ratings and staffing issues, NBC canceled “Community” after its fifth season last year.
During an interview at the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt told reporters other reasons behind the show’s cut from the primetime schedule.
With a history that includes a cancellation followed by a fan-initiated revival, “Community” has always been a network television outlier.
As of now, the forthcoming sixth season of the program has been saved at the 11th hour by none other than Yahoo.
Not lucky enough to make the cut, NBC cancelled its comedy “Community” after its five-season run.