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- 7 vegetarian chili recipes
- "Free" birthday gifts from beauty companies
- Too fat to father? Authorities tell obese man he can't adopt
- Does the term housewife offend you?
- 8 easy eco-home essentials
- Jessica Lowndes: from guest star to center stage on 90210
- Where do you stand on bringing a condom just in case?
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- 9 reachable fitness resolutions for 2009
- Would you carry an unleashed dog like Kelly O?
- Would you stay in a jumbo jet hostel?
- Pierce Brosnan gets pranked
Posts for January 13th 2009
Jason Bateman and Will Arnett are back together on a new show, only we won't be seeing much of them at all. The animated show, Sit Down, Shut Up, based on an Australian program premieres this spring and reunites a whole lot of Arrested Development cast, writers and producers. Of course, talks at their TCA lunch immediately went to the AD movie — which is apparently Valkyrie meets Hotel for Dogs, hilarious. Jason Bateman and Will Arnett kept the whole room laughing trading jabs and with barely a serious sentence uttered. The rest of the cast, including Kristin Chenoweth, Cheri Oteri and Nick Kroll kept right up. If the show is anything like the panel, the fans will be happy. Here are a few highlights:
- Jason Bateman on doing voice over work: "It frees up a lot of time for me. It takes about 45 minutes to snap this bad boy off. . . No, doing voice over work takes a lot of work — not a badger tail like Arnett, not a lick-n-stick. It is not easy for me. I keep anticipating a pink slip every time we do one of these things. I'm happy to be here, I don’t know how much longer I will be here. Not like Velvet Pipes here [at Arnett]."
- Will Arnett: "It’s a different experience you’re in a room by yourself not with the other actors. Kind of doing it in a vacuum. You can read a scene all the way through and then you can go back and immediately run through it again and completely reinterpret the scene so its very freeing."
Nick Kroll: "Actually, we all work together it's just you who doesn't."
Will Arnett: "Is it fun?"
Nick Kroll: "We have a great time."
Costar Tom Kenny joked that Will and Jason have been "really good about autographs, we don't ask for them, they just sign stuff and give it to us" before the Development alums got into a lengthy discussion about why the show never caught on and how the Nielsen system didn't work in their favor at the time. Clearly still something they're thinking about, as are all the devotees who will get a special treat when this show hits the screen.
Leona Shops 'Til She Drops in LA Ahead of JT Duet Leona Lewis enjoyed a shopping spree in the LA sunshine this week, stocking up on goodies from various boutiques. According to reports, she is set to record "I Will Always Love You" with Justin Timberlake in the next few months. Justin will also reportedly work with Leona on her second album, and Timbaland is also apparently on board too
Julia Roberts picked up her mail on Friday after her trip to New Mexico with her family over the holidays. Sunday she dropped her husband off at LAX and gave him a passionate kiss goodbye before waving and driving away. Julia skipped this year's red carpet at the Golden Globes but the actress will soon be promoting Duplicity with Clive Owen so we're hoping for some fancy fabulous premiere dresses then.
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Lauren Conrad wore her standard skinny jeans and Chanel bag combo out and about in LA on Sunday. Last night she appeared on Bromance to help Brody find his new best friend, and the boys seemed a little starstruck by meeting her in person. The Hills star is always busy with her own projects as well, and Fab has a sneak peek at Lauren's resort line from her collection.
The Obamas Get a Wii For the White House The new first family may still be busy narrowing down their puppy choices before moving into the White House — a labradoodle and a Portuguese water dog are in the running — but they have settled on one item, a Nintendo Wii. Obama, a huge sports enthusiast, surprised his daughters with a Wii gaming console on Christmas.