Christina Applegate

See the Cast of 'Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead' Then and Now

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by Britt Hayes December 18, 2013 09:00 AM
Warner Bros.
In 1991, Christina Applegate took her first major film role following the success of 'Married ... with Children.' In 'Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead,' Applegate played 17-year-old Sue Ellen, the eldest of five siblings whose mom leaves them with a babysitter when she takes off for three months. When the elderly sitter dies, Sue Ellen scams her way into an elite job at a fashion agency in order to provide for her family for the rest of the summer, but pretending to be an adult proves much riskier than anticipated. Twenty-two years later, we revisit the cast of this '90s classic and see what they're up to now.

This Massive 'Anchorman 2' Photo Gallery Is Kind of a Big Deal

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by Nick Romano December 09, 2013 11:36 AM
Paramount
By the hammer of Thor! As ‘Anchorman 2’ inches closer to its December 18 premiere, Paramount has released photos by the truck loads of all the hijinks to come – road trips, new suits and hairdos and … did someone say another newscaster brawl? Yup, that’s a trident. Brick has a trident!

Christina Applegate Is Going on 'Vacation' With Ed Helms

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by Nick Romano March 20, 2013 02:28 PM
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While Christina Applegate is in the middle of filming 'Anchorman 2,' which will see her once again as Veronica Corningstone, she's already started planning her 'Vacation.' The actress is said to be in talks to join New Line's update of the classic film 'National Lampoon's Vacation' in a starring role opposite Ed Helms.

'Up All Night': See the Crazy Meta Three-Camera Pitch that Made Christina Applegate Quit

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick March 06, 2013 05:30 PM
NBC
Likely any TV viewer keeping abreast of the news, and NBC's recent struggles have heard the 'Up All Night' debacle that saw series star Christina Applegate exiting the series in advance of a posed three-camera reboot. NBC has yet to officially cancel the series, or release stars Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph from their contracts, but new reports suggest that NBC's proposed three-camera twists ran the gamut from meta, to completely insane. Find out what killed 'Up All Night' inside!

NBC's 'Up All Night': Are Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph Leaving?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 18, 2013 11:58 AM
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Many TV viewers and 'Up All Night' fans assumed the end was nigh the moment NBC announced it would put the struggling comedy on hiatus, and re-tool the single-camera sitcom into a three-camera laugh track effort. Yet even as show-runner Emily Spivey departed, the show appeared to be ready to start its new format until series star Christina Applegate dealt the most deadly blow yet, departing the show altogether. NBC still intends to salvage the show, but will new potential exits from Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph be the final nail in the coffin?

'Up All Night' Reduces Episode Order, Will Shoot Without Christina Applegate?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 13, 2013 09:28 AM
NBC
For a series already mired in turmoil behind the scenes over two season, 'Up All Night' gave what very likely could prove the series' death knell last week, as series star Christina Applegate quit before the show shifted production toward a three-camera sitcom. At the time, NBC reportedly considered re-casting Applegate's role, or further re-tooling the show to work without Reagan Brinkley, but now the network seems to have a clearer plan. Rather than shooting five episodes in the new three-camera format, the series will shoot only one more episode, but will the series continue without Applegate?

NBC's 'Up All Night': Christina Applegate Quits, Lisa Kudrow to Replace?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 08, 2013 03:27 PM
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Fans of NBC's 'Up All Night' well know that the series has endured a troubled road to success, re-tooling its premise for a second season and most recently making the decision to shift from a single-camera to a three-camera studio audience sitcom, losing series creator Emily Spivey in the process. That change has now claimed yet another casualty, and it's a big one. Series lead and upcoming 'Anchorman 2' star Christina Applegate has decided to leave the series entirely, but will NBC replace her or cut their losses altogether?

'Anchorman 2' - Kristen Wiig and Christina Applegate Officially Join the Cast!

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by Mike Sampson February 05, 2013 07:58 AM
Universal Pictures/Paramount Pictures
'Anchorman 2' just got a lot funnier (if that's even possible). Kristen Wiig has been confirmed as joining the cast for the sequel and Christina Applegate has confirmed her return as well. Take us to pleasure town!