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August 13, 2021  admin No comments Articles, Epic

The network [ABC] also announced today that romantic anthology series pilot “Epic” from “Once Upon a Time” creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis is no longer moving forward.

The show promised to “reinvent fairytale for a new audience.” “Epic” was written and executive produced by Brigitte Hales with Horowitz and Kitsis. Hales had worked with the duo prior to the pilot, having written eight episodes of “Once Upon a Time” and served as a story editor for over 50 episodes. The Alphabet Network gave out a pilot order to the one-hour drama in January and James Griffiths (“Stumptown,” “Black-ish”) had been tapped to direct and executive produce the pilot. Eleanor Fanyinka, Brittany O’Grady and Alexander Hodge were slated to star.

Source: Variety

July 29, 2021  admin No comments Articles, My Fake Boyfriend

Keiynan Lonsdale, Dylan Sprouse, and Sarah Hyland are set to star in the romantic comedy My Fake Boyfriend, the latest team-up for Lionsgate and BuzzFeed.

Lonsdale will play, according to the film’s description, “a young man in a tricky situation, who follows the advice of his unconventional best friend (Sprouse) and uses social media to create a fake boyfriend to keep his awful ex-lover out of his life. But everything backfires when he meets the real love of his life, and breaking up with his fake boyfriend proves hard to do.”

Veteran television director Rose Troche (The L Word, Snowpiercer, Shameless) will helm from a script by Luke Albright, Joe Wanjai Ross and Greg Boaldin.

BuzzFeed’s head of studio Richard Alan Reid is producing along with Jason Moring and Michael Philip.

In July 2020, Lionsgate and Buzzfeed announced a partnership on a slate of narrative feature films that were were described as “socially relevant and high-concept” and meant to attract millennials and Gen Z. My Fake Boyfriend is the second project announced under that deal, with the first being esports gamer comedy 1Up starring Ruby Rose and Hari Nef.

“There is no better person to tell this queer love story than Rose Troche, and we’re delighted to partner with Lionsgate to share this story with millennial and Gen Z audiences around the world,” said Reid. Lauren Bixby, vp of co-productions and acquisitions at Lionsgate added, “My Fake Boyfriend has the heart, laughs, and talent behind the scenes and in front of the camera that make this film a genuine win. We couldn’t be more thrilled to be partnering with our friends at BuzzFeed on this fun romantic comedy.”

My Fake Boyfriend is set to begin production this month in Canada, with BuzzFeed and Lionsgate expecting to release the film timed to Pride in June 2022.

Lonsdale is repped by ICM Partners and Schreck Rose. Sprouse is repped by UTA, Authentic, and Greenberg Traurig. Hyland is repped by WME, RKM, and Gang Tyre.

Source: THR

May 12, 2021  admin No comments Articles, Epic

EXCLUSIVE: Modern Family alumna Sarah Hyland is returning to ABC, joining the cast of fairytale drama pilot Epic, from Once Upon a Time creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis and ABC Signature.

Epic, headlined by Brittany O’Grady and also starring  Eleanor Fanyinka, is described as a romantic anthology series that reinvents fairy tales for a new audience.

Hyland will play Rose. She is as princess-y as princesses come, and about to marry her Prince Charming. But her fairy tale gets upended when he has second thoughts, and trying to preserve her dreams opens her up to an unexpected world.

Epic was penned by former Once Upon a Time writer Brigitte Hales, who executive produces with Horowitz, Kitsis and Griffiths. James Griffiths is directing the pilot, which is not for fall 2021 consideration.

Hyland starred for eleven seasons on ABC’s Modern Family as Haley, the eldest of the Dunphy family children. On the film side, she starred in and also executive produced romantic comedy The Wedding Year. She currently hosts and executive produces Lady Parts with Sarah Hyland on EllenTube. Hyland is repped by WME, Richard Konigsberg and GTRB.

Source: Deadline

August 20, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Yours Mine & Pauls

EXCLUSIVE: Its a Dunphy mini-reunion at ABC and 20th Television. Former Modern Family star Sarah Hyland has been tapped to headline Yours, Mine & Paul’s, a multi-camera comedy series in development at ABC, from fellow Modern Family alum Ty Burrell and his recently launched Desert Whale Productions.

Written and co-executive produced by writer, director and actor Julia Meltzer, Yours, Mine & Paul‘s centers on Lauren (Hyland), who agrees to be a surrogate for her best friend, Paul, and his husband, Xander. There’s just one problem: Lauren and Xander hate each other. Oh, also Paul dies in the cold open.

Hyland’s Lauren is an impulsive, faux-enlightened millennial who agrees to be the egg donor and surrogate for her best friend Paul, and his husband Xander, despite (or maybe because of) the fact that she and Xander are constantly competing for Paul’s attention. She likes the idea of being the glowing, pregnant center of attention for nine months without having to take care of a crying baby at the end of it. After Paul’s sudden death, she is confronted with the looming possibility of motherhood and co-parenting with her nemesis. 

Yours, Mine & Paul’s marked the first sale for Desert Whale Prods. under the two-year first-look deal the company inked with Modern Family studio 20th TV last month. The comedy had been a hot commodity from the get-go, with Burrell as the driving force.

“He brought us this fantastic script from a promising young writer he identified, and ABC loved it as much we did,” 20th TV President Carolyn Cassidy said at the time of the show’s sale to the network.

Yours, Mine & Paul’s profile now has been raised further with the casting of Hyland, someone both ABC and 20th TV have been looking to get back on the air in a new comedy series.

Burrell executive produces Yours, Mine & Paul’s with Mel Cowan, Jonny Meeks and Joel Spence. Erica Schechter is Director of Development at Desert Whale.

For 11 seasons, Burrell and Hyland starred together on the acclaimed ABC comedy Modern Family as dad Phil Dunphy and the eldest of the Dunphy children, Haley, respectively.

Hyland, who also recently starred in the Robert Luketic-directed feature The Wedding Year, guest-starred on Veronica Mars and recurred on Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, is repped by WME, Richard Konigsberg Management and Gang Tyre.

Source: Deadline

June 24, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Lady Parts

Ellen Digital Network, which has long been able to bring big talent to its roster of digital shows, is once again assembling a star-studded lineup for the coming year, and tapping new platforms to feature them.

The network, a joint venture between Ellen DeGeneres and Warner Bros. Digital Networks, is working on new shows from comedian Tiffany Haddish as well as weekly digital series from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’s Ellie Kemper and Modern Family‘s Sarah Hyland, it announced today during a brief NewFronts presentation to marketers.

Kemper’s series, a weekly show called Help Me Gen Z with Ellie Kemper, will feature the actress sitting down with groups of Gen Zers to hear more about topics from their perspective. Hyland’s series, Lady Parts, will feature the actress alongside OB-GYN Dr. Sheryl A. Ross, who will talk with celebrity guests about sex, anatomy and health. Haddish’s show is untitled, and details about the series are still under wraps.

It’s not just television stars the network is working with; Ellen Digital is also teaming up with Tabitha Brown, an actress and vegan who has found an immense fan base on TikTok, on a new show. The series, All Love With Tabitha Brown, will include segments on cooking, parenting, social media and self care.

“We’re proud to partner with the IAB during these unprecedented times in 2020 to provide our clients, partners and most importantly our audience with Ellen Digital’s most expansive slate to date headlined by Tiffany Haddish, Ellie Kemper and Tabitha Brown,” Michael Riley, general manager of Ellen Digital Ventures, said in a statement about the new slate of programming. “We’re seeing new formats emerge daily and we’re excited to test, innovate and be at the forefront of digital production with all our talent.”

Ellen Digital is also working with Loni Love, a comedian, author, talk show host and newly ordained minister, on Officiate-ly In Love with Loni Love, where Love will officiate weddings with couples who have had their weddings postponed or canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There’s a home renovation series in the works called Monica’s New Pad, starring writer and actor Monica Padman, and a virtual game night (called, appropriately, Game Night) hosted by Lauren Speed-Hamilton and Cameron Hamilton of Love Is Blind reality TV fame. Also in the works is Bretman U, an education-focused series hosted by YouTuber Bretman Rock.

Ellen Digital Ventures’ lineup is primarily focused on programming for ellentube, a short-form video platform where clips from DeGeneres’ talk show live alongside original programming and social media clips.

Source: AdWeek

May 21, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Video

Ahead of RuPaul Drag Race season 12’s finale episode, the franchise has released the latest news and first full trailer for All Stars 5 and boy is it a doozy. After teasing the suspension of All Stars rules in a prior clip, the show has laid it all out. But since there’s so much packed into one announcement, here we’ve broken it all down.

Who are the judges?

Every season of Drag Race the judges — particularly the judge in the premiere episode — seems to get better and better. With the recent announcement, looks like we are still on that trajectory. Multiple Grammy award-winning artist, noted dad, and global superstar Ricky Martin will judge the season’s first episode set to feature a reading mini-challenge and “Werq the World” variety show.

As the season goes on, expect to see Tessa Thompson, Madison Beer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Nicole Byer, Sarah Hyland, Tommy Dorfman, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Bebe Rexha, Jane Krakowski, Sam Richardson, and Todrick Hall as guests.

RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Matthews will return as regular judges.

Who is competing?

So there’s actually two levels to this! On one hand, the competitors have already been announced. Mayhem Miller, Miz Cracker, Shea Coulee, Ongina, Mariah Balenciaga, India Ferrah, Jujubee, Alexis Mateo, Blair St. Clair, and Derrick Barry will all face-off for the crown. And while they will no doubt put up some fierce competition, there is another way of competitors that will also perform on the show. Welcome to the first of many twists.

What are the twists?

In a teaser, RuPaul announced the suspension of All Stars rules. Now it’s been revealed that has multiple meanings. First up, according to a release, for this season lip syncs will be against the top queen and a secret lip sync assassin. If the top queen wins they get to send one of the bottom queens home and win a $10,000 tip. If they lose, the bottom queen will be chosen by a (second twist) secret group, and the $10,000 tip will roll over to the next week.

Out has reached out to Drag Race to clarify whether these unclaimed tips will add up week after week and whether the assasins win anything for their troubles.

When and where will it air?

Though it was originally announced to air on Showtime, All Stars season 5 will return to VH1 on Friday, June 5. Ahead of the premiere, there will be an All Stars marathon with episodes from every season beginning on May 30 at 6 a.m. on Logo. Directly ahead of the premiere Monet X Change and Trinity the Tuck will host a movie marathon of Legally Blonde27 Dresses, and The Devil Wears Prada on VH1.

Source: Out

April 07, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Modern Family

In late February, a famous family found itself down to its final farewell. The cast and producers of Modern Family filmed the very last episode of its 11-season run — No. 250, for those who like big, clean numbers — capping the mockumentary comedy’s celebrated, Emmy-studded run. It was a tough task to bid adieu to the Dunphys, Pritchetts, and Tuckers after all this time, and emotions were running understandably high for the cast. “I hope people will forgive us for breaking character a bit, because it was actually a little tricky to delineate,” Ty Burrell, a.k.a. Phil, told EW. “[The finale] really has to do with that feeling that this chapter of this family is over. This magical period in their lives won’t be the same anymore, and people are wrestling with a lot of the same feelings we were wrestling with.”

You can experience some of those feelings secondhand right here: A photographer was on hand to capture the colorful behind-the-scenes emotions in black and white, and the following images document the cast and producers savoring their last laughs (and shedding a few tears). After you compose yourself, check out the one-hour series finale (Wednesday, 9 p.m. ET/PT, ABC) to see how the sentimental send-off turned out in front of the cameras.

Source: EW

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Everything about this story is so L.A. For starters, at this very moment, Sarah Hyland is working on her “gratitudes.” We’re even having dinner at Café Gratitude, a plant-based restaurant with unironically named menu items like Thriving (broccoli soup) and Pure (Asian kale and seaweed salad).

Sarah orders both, then finishes a story about her energy healer, who, technically, is Lucy Hale’s energy healer, who Sarah started seeing last summer to rebalance her vibrational levels. At this expert’s direction, Sarah now wakes up each morning and says things like “I put myself first” and “I’m grateful to have two legs to walk on” to any vibes listening.

She knows that what she says next (and also that thing she literally just said) (and also what she just ordered) might make you think she’s “crazy-hippie-dippie,” buuut the energy healer told her that her sacral chakra is broken, so she sort of has to put her focus here.

“‘Your heart chakra, I’ve never seen so many barriers and chains around it,’” quotes Sarah. “‘Your self-love is so depleted. Your energy could be so much higher than it is right now.’”

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There’s also this: As of April 8, Sarah Hyland is officially An Out-of-Work Actor. For more than a decade, she played Haley Dunphy, the wry, spacey elder daughter of Phil and Claire, on one of TV’s biggest sitcoms. It was the rare network show that became part of the zeitgeist—everyone you know has watched Modern Family at some point—making the fact that it’s over kind of a huge fucking deal.

Sarah’s not freaking out about it. Maybe because she’s kind of in denial. (“I don’t think I’m processing,” she says. “I haven’t really felt the sadness yet.”) Or maybe because complex feels tend not to bubble to the surface in this industry literally built on first impressions. Maybe there’s too much judgy-ness in the air to make it safe to open up to a stranger with a voice recorder. Maybe it’s just too sunny.

Or maybe it’s because Sarah’s character didn’t get the ending she deserved. Watch the final season, you’ll see: Haley suddenly has less screen time. It all came as a surprise and disappointment, tbh. Sarah wishes audiences could’ve seen Haley “own her badassery in the fashion world—becoming a badass stylist or brand mogul or anything like that.”

Instead, they got a new mom of twins. No offense to moms, of course: “There are so many amazing mothers who are also hard workers and excel at their jobs and kill it every day in both aspects,” Sarah explains. “That would have been a really cool thing to see, especially from someone like Haley.”

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Listen, behind-the-scenes tension between cast and crew is as Hollywood as Lucy Hale’s energy healer, but Sarah’s not one to dwell on what might have been. She wasn’t a writer or producer on the show, she tells me about three times with a matter-of-fact tone, a shrug, and a bite of salad.

She’s also not really prone to the between-gigs anxiety that plagues her peers. This is just the way it is, you know? “The thing as an actor,” she says, “is it’s like, Will I have a job tomorrow? With Modern Family ending, it’s like, Oh, great. I’m never going to work again. I’m going to have to sell everything and live out of a shoebox.”

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March 19, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Video

Wells Adams and Sarah Hyland just want to celebrate one thing at a time.

Just a couple of weeks after Modern Family wrapped its final season, pop culture fans are already wondering what this could mean for one of the star’s personal life.

Before you speculate that having kids is high on the priority list, you may want to hear what Wells has to say.

“I’m the youngest of five. I want a family. She does as well but we’re both super career oriented and driven right now so that’s not front of mind,” he explained exclusively on E!’s digital series Just the Sip. “It will happen down the line. I’m lucky enough that she’s a lot younger than I am so I don’t think she’s in any hurry.”

The 35-year-old Bachelor Nation member continued, “If she was my age, I think she would probably have a different thought about that.”

As for wedding planning, the couple finally has some time to start organizing. Sarah is enjoying some time off after her ABC series wrapped while Wells isn’t headed to Bachelor in Paradise as the show’s bartender for another couple of months.

“Now I think we will start figuring out all that stuff out,” he shared with Justin Sylvester. “She was working so much and I was working a lot where we weren’t able to focus in on that but now that she has some time off, we’ll be able to get some things together.”

Ultimately, Wells and Sarah are simply enjoying their engagement and quality time together. Another bonus is the fact that both stars are both happy and healthy.

“Everyone takes their immune system so much for granted,” Wells shared when opening up about Sarah’s chronic kidney condition. “It’s so easy for her to get sick. When your immune system is kicking ass, so much stuff can bounce off of you. But for her, everything sticks to her and she’ll get sick really, really easily and it also takes a long time to heal or get better.”

The podcast host added, “It was a weird thing learning to appreciate a thing I never appreciated before. I really should take care of my body because now I see what it’s like not to have an immune system.”

Source: E! Online

March 18, 2020  admin No comments Articles, Modern Family

Why the face? Because the Modern era of Family time has drawn to a close. Saying goodbye after 11 seasons, 250 episodes, and 22 Emmys (including five consecutive Outstanding Comedy Series trophies, tying Frasier’s record) was no easy feat for the producers and cast; ask them to describe the vibe while finishing the one-hour farewell that airs April 8 at 9 p.m. on ABC, and analogies flow like the tears did. “It’s kind of like when you’re a kid and your best friend moves away — only it’s 100 best friends,” quips co-creator Christopher Lloyd. Sums up Ty Burrell, who won two Emmys as aspiring cool dad Phil: “It was like a beautiful torture. It was like being at a wedding and a funeral at the same time.”

Neither of those scenarios takes place in the finale, but other emotionally charged events do. The ending also speaks to new beginnings for the Dunphy-Pritchett-Tucker clan. “The family is suddenly dealing with a lot of changes,” says co-creator Steven Levitan, “some of which come from the very nature of kids getting older, the time when you have to say goodbye.”

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The finale opens with a Dunphy home so overstuffed with kids and grandkids that Phil and Claire seek shelter in the RV in the driveway (R.I.P, Frank). From there, the plot involves: a soft-sculpture gift from Jay (Ed O’Neill) to Cam (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson), who are busy parenting Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons), considering adopting another child, and still finding time for karaoke; one last sibling hazing ritual performed by Haley (Sarah Hyland) and Alex (Ariel) on their brother, Luke (Nolan Gould); and a bathtub-side scene with Manny (Rico Rodriguez) and Gloria (Sofia Vergara).

In addition, “Claire and Mitch have realizations as adults about their old skating routine that they didn’t as kids,” says Levitan. And, yes, an immovable father and his unstoppable son-in-law will share new intimacy. “Jay and Phil finally bond—literally,” hints Burrell.

The tri-family comedy with a sharp wit and wink that redefined the genre aimed to keep the finale flowing with laughs while suffusing it with goodbye gravitas. “There’s a combination of sadness and gratitude, and these are feelings all of the writers had — and I think the actors had too,” says Lloyd. Burrell confirms that hunch. “I hope people will forgive us for breaking character a bit, because it was actually a little tricky to delineate,” he says. “It really has to do with that feeling that this chapter of this family is over. This magical period in their lives won’t be the same anymore, and people are wrestling with a lot of the same feelings we were wrestling with.” And just a few weeks from now, it will be your turn.

Source: EW

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