Julianne Moore began filming on HBO's "Game Change" as she plays Sarah Palin. HBO sent out this image of Jullianne as Sarah n even Tina Fey would be impressed.
"Game Change" is named and based on the 2008 best selling book.
No word on the release date of the movie, but the photo alone already has my interest in the movie.
What do you think of Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: You Betcha'!
Oh boy. Conan O'Brien has been nominated for an Emmy for his short stint as host of the Tonight Show. Jay Leno? Nope.
If Conan wins...ackward! The show will air on NBC with Jimmy Fallon hosting August 29th. Now that would be something.
Glee also picked up a few nominations and Lea Michele was nominated for best actress in a comedy series. After my run in with Lea a couple months back at the Grove, I will be rooting for Tina Fey yet again to win.
For a complete list of nominations....>>>>>>>
Check out Tina Fey & Justin Bieber in the "Teacher" skit which is rather funny. Nothing like hearing about wanting to buy Tina "some spanks to make her tingly" and some other funny lyrics.
Check it out above.-Dr.FB
Tina Fey returned to Saturday Night Live and played Sarah Palin on the show again. Interestingly enough, it was one of the funniest episodes of the season.
Check out the clip above of the Sarah Palin TV Network.-Dr.FB
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards took place in Los Angeles last night.
In the TV categories, Mad Men won for best drama series ensemble for the second year in a row.
"Glee" was also recognized, winning best comedy series ensemble. And "30 Rock" swept the best actor in a comedy series category with both Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey winning awards. "SAG is the heaviest of any award," Fey said. "It weighs 100 pounds!" Fey went on to confess "I really, really expected to lose."
In the TV drama category, the SAGs echoed the winners from the Golden Globes last week: Julianna Margulies for best actress award for her role in "The Good Wife" and Michael C. Hall won for his leading role in "Dexter".
On the film side of the fence, Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds) took the first statue for best supporting actor...
Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey of NBC's "30 Rock" won for best acting in a comedy series, while the award for best actress in a drama went to Julianna Margulies of CBS' "The Good Wife." Gloden Globe winner Michael C. Hall of Showtime's "Dexter" won best actor in a drama series.
The evening's first film acting trophy, for best supporting actor, went to Christoph Waltz for "Inglourious Basterds."
For a full list of winners see me after the jump..>>>>>
The first African-American President. One old Vietnam vet. One Clinton vying to be first female president. One crazy cook pit bull from Alaska.
Ahh, the 2008 election was fun and was a first, but it also seemed like a bad episode out of Mama's Family and Melrose Place.
The right man won. To think, it took a bad economy, and a wrongful war to make it happen. One candidate running on the last President's ideals which were being shot thru finally after 8 years of misdealings. It took them choosing a vice presidential candidate to excite them and then backfire on them with Sarah Palin.
Ahh. Sarah Palin. Me and Saturday Night Live would like to thank you for the entertainment you provided, and the democratic party would like to thank you is well.
We didn't get anything for Christmas this year, but we sure got what we wanted on November 4th anyway!-Dr.FB
We all know 30 Rock is funny and we all know it struggles in the ratings. It hs great guest star appearances and none better is coming then the addition of Salma Hayek!
Alec Baldwin was excited working with Salma Hayek. He had this to tell People.com:
“She was literally the most fabulous woman that I’ve ever worked with."
Upon hearing Alec's blushworthy comments, Salma replied:
“We had such a great time! I love Alec to death. He energizes me ... because he’s so talented. He really, truly inspires me.”
Salma Hayek joining the cast of one of my favorite shows is inspiring me.....to set my dvr when those episodes air.-Dr.FB
Just want to say I am not posting the John McCain skit on Saturday Night Live because the QVC thing was lame. The Weekend Update one was not much better.
I have tried to be "fair & balanced" thru the election, but it was hella-lame. Not even Tina Fey as Sarah Palin could save it from how straight whack it was. The episode as a whole was bad aside from Fred Armisen or that other scene stealing female lead whose name escapes me now.
I am sure that other blogger posted it without looking at it. Me? I just wanted to save you from about 8 minutes of your life you would not get back.-Dr.FB
Entertainment Weekly talked to the creator of Saturday Night Live about Sarah Palin & Tina Fey.
Here are some interesting tidbits from the interview:
The great part about the Palin thing was — and I've said it all too often — was that the audience cast Tina. You'd read or people would come up to you and say, what a gift. You want to point out that Tina's no longer in the cast, that she has her own show. But I think if we had used Kristin [Wiig], who I think would've done a brilliant Sarah Palin, the audience would've been disappointed. No question about it. And Tina's fantastic.
He said this if anything happened between them during the taping;
They talked. You'd have to ask them how it went. There was no kicking and screaming. We know how to behave.
There are more planned appearances of candidates leading up to the election but Lorne remained mum on who and when. He also said if the VP thing does not work out for Sarah, she should def do T.V.
They still have that hunting show on one of the ESPN channels right?-Dr.FB