The 'This Is Where I Leave You' trailer sells a movie that could be unbearably sentimental, or genuinely warm and touching, or funny. It's almost impossible to tell from two-and-a-half minutes of footage. However, you're unlikely to find a stronger cast of likable, funny people than this, and director Shawn Levy is certainly due for a little redemption after making nonsense like 'The Internship' and 'Date Night.'
For as much as we've enjoyed 'American Horror Story: Coven''s witchy woes over the dreary depression of 'Asylum' and the domestically disturbed first season, we've certainly missed a few past season stars who have yet to sign on for another round. 'Asylum' had Dylan McDermott as a surprise guest, but will Connie Britton put on a witch hat for 'American Horror Story: Coven'?
Whoever said America's country music kick didn't have staying power? While we wait for ABC to shore up its big-ticket freshman dramas 'Last Resort' and '666 Park Avenue,' the network has gone ahead with upping country drama sensation 'Nashville' to a full-season order. Meanwhile, the network has offered an additional display of faith in Tim Allen's 'Last Man Standing,' and even rookie Reba McEntire sitcom 'Malibu Country,' but how long until a final decision is made?
"Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose" still might provide an endless source of inspiration for fans of 'Friday Night Lights,' but ever since the series ended and talk of a movie has kicked around the way most TV shows always do, it's been hard to keep the faith. So according to the show's creator and stars, what's the spread on whether or not it really happens?
We will say this for Connie Britton, she's sure got a lot of range when it comes to the TV projects she chooses.
Just days after FX's 'American Horror Story' announced the majority of its returning cast for season two (which as expected, didn't include Britton), the former 'Friday Night Lights' actress is getting a bit of her own by taking the lead in ABC's upcoming musical pilot 'Nashville'. No, not that type of musical. But there will be singing.