For about a decade, the action star has gifted friends, co-stars and TV show hosts a signature item: the White Chocolate Coconut Bundt Cake from Doan’s Bakery, a small, family-run business in Woodland Hills, Calif.
Smulders is now a proud dual citizen. "I am very much Canadian at heart but this is where my family is," she tells Yahoo Entertainment.
Cobie Smulders debuted a new version of her character's pop hit "Let's Go To the Mall" on Instagram
ABC on Tuesday announced its fall 2019 schedule and offered first looks at its new shows, including the Cobie Smulders P.I. drama Stumptown. Also among the newly released sneak peeks: Emergence, a drama starring Fargo vet Allison Tolman, and mixed-ish, a black-ish spinoff centered on a young version of Tracee Ellis Ross’ Bow. Trailers for midseason entries The Baker […]
EXCLUSIVE: ABC's hot Untitled Cobie Smulders pilot (fka Stumptown) was the first new drama series order at the network this year. When the pickup was announced on Wednesday, the cast list did not include one of the male leads opposite star Smulders in the pilot, Mark Webber. He is being recast. According to sources, the […]
Watch the brand-new trailer for 'Literally, Right Before Aaron,' directed by Ryan Eggold ('The Blacklist') and starring Justin Long and Cobie Smulders
The Late Late Show With James Corden started off great on Tuesday, with guests Shia LaBeouf and others holding hands. But then the studio lights crashed.
Cobie Smulders was not in the first Jack Reacher movie, but she’s already looking like a highlight of the upcoming sequel, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back. The How I Met Your Mother/Avengers actress plays Susan Turner, the commanding officer of the titular vigilante’s old unit in the Army Military Police Corps. In the exclusive clip above, Turner ain’t taking no mess from Reacher (Tom Cruise), even as he turns up to bust her out of military lockdown.
The barely animated new cartoon series Animals, debuting on HBO Friday night, features pigeons, rats, geese, horses, and other creatures that can be found in the show’s New York City setting, chatting with each other. The people providing the voices are, foremost, the creators of Animals, Phil Matarese and Mike Luciano, but also by a star-packed list that includes Cobie Smulders, Aziz Ansari, Ellie Kemper, Nick Kroll, Molly Shannon, Adam Scott, and Jessica Chastain, as well as the brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, who are the executive producers of the show. Matarese and Luciano have said the dialogue is largely improvised around story outlines, which sounds reminiscent of Larry David’s method on another HBO show, the far more animated Curb Your Enthusiasm.