Monday, April 8, 2013

Yeah, this happened.

It's been awhile since I checked up on my future husband's IMDB page. Looks like my man has been working quite a bit (no wonder he hasn't had time for me!) and will be staring in the movie The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman along side my second future husband, Shia LaBeouf. Yes, that means I have a picture of the two of them together. Get ready to drool bitches!


Okay, moving along to more fantastic news . . . Rupert Grint is shooting a pilot from the writer of Raising Hope for CBS called Super Clyde. It's a comedy about a fast food worker who decides to become a super hero. (Umm... sounds kind of like Kick-Ass.) I am so excited, CBS is working on pilots with so many actors I love dearly. They usually star in movies but to get the chance to see them more often on my television is so amazeballs.

I'm hoping, praying, and dreaming that this get's picked up, as well as The Advocates

Elle Marie

More Moore!

Guest spots on How I Met Your Mother and Grey's Anatomy wasn't the end of Mandy Moore on the television screen; the singer and actress is determined to be on a new series this fall. She was originally staring in a comedy pilot titled Pulling on ABC, but recently left the project due to "creative differences" with Mandy not agreeing with the changes made to her character.

It would have been exciting to see Moore in a comedy, but I think a drama will be suited a bit more for her. She will be staring along side (yummy) Ben McKenzie (The O.C., Southland) in a one-hour drama The Advocates on CBS. This is a good thing because if it gets picked up (they're shooting the pilot now) then there's a good chance this show could go far. CBS is known for long lasting shows, whether or not it has the best ratings. 

Hopefully Mandy and Ben have the chemistry to pull off this drama and get CBS to greenlight the show for next fall! I'll be posting a preview of the show as soon as it is released! Aggghhhh . . . I'm so excited, I love Mandy Moore so much!!

Elle Marie

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