"He was drunk on set," the actress says of working with Noth on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." "He had a 22 oz. of beer under the table that he would drink in between takes. In one take he got close to me, sniffed my neck, and whispered, 'You smell good.'"
The writer/director also took the opportunity to rewrite the legacy of "Carrie" in a notable way.
It's time to call the corners, again. The first trailer for "The Craft" sequel conjures up new witches while resurrecting an old demon. Directed and written by actress Zoe Lister-Jones, whose Sundance debut "Band Aid" charmed audiences in Park City, Utah, the fresh spin invokes the spirit of the original opening with the beloved "light […]
Rachel True, who starred in original 1996 horror films, calls out Hollywood Reporter and other media that ignored her role.
The "Band Aid" filmmaker will next take on a long-rumored reboot of the beloved 1996 witchy high school dramedy.
It’s time for the TV-industry folks to start deciding who should be nominated for an Emmy. The nominating process began on Monday and runs through June 26, with the nominations to be announced on July 13. During this time, all the networks mount campaigns to remind voters of the possibilities (best of luck to you, Scorpion!). So now’s the time for me to do some of my own campaigning for performers I think deserve to be nominated. We all know that high-visibility shows such as “Modern Family,” “Big Little Lies,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and “Stranger Things” will probably get multiple nominations. ...
Music video from The Dirty Dishes (aka Zoe Lister-Jones, Adam Pally, Fred Armisen), the band in Lister-Jones' movie 'Band Aid,' on video-on-demand June 9
Patty Jenkins’ blockbuster take on the most iconic female superhero in comics — opened to a historic $103.5 million at the box office. Receiving a much quieter release on the other end of the budgetary spectrum was Band Aid, a critically acclaimed indie that arrived in select theaters with its own set of admirable credentials in the male-dominated movie business. Writer/director/producer/star Zoe Lister-Jones (Breaking Upwards, TV’s Life in Pieces) hired an all-female production crew to work on the musical rom-com.
Jimmy had to get a little suggestive to illustrate the term “Pirate’s Booty” in a game of Virtual Reality Pictionary.
The CBS comedy is an ensemble, but we can't help but single out Zoe Lister-Jones.
In “Tattoo,” Dan Bakkedahl’s Tim gets inked to demonstrate his Valentine’s Day love for wife Heather (Betsy Brandt), but something goes wrong in the spelling of the message. In “Guitar,” teen Tyler (Niall Cunningham) buys an expensive guitar to serenade his girlfriend Clementine (Hunter King), with a cameo by Josh Groban.