Among the final broadcast networks to decide the fates of its fall 2013 offerings, ABC has good news for most of its newest sitcoms. The 'Wonder Years'-esque 'The Goldbergs' and Malin Akerman's 'Trophy Wife' have been given full season orders, while Rebel Wilson's critically-panned 'Super Fun Night' has been given additional episodes as well, and James Caan's 'Back in the Game' has struck out altogether.
Malin Akerman has yet to have her truly big moment. Sure, she's been in her fair share of major movies ('Watchmen' and 'The Proposal' for starters), but she's yet to snag a role that would send her flying to the A-list. However, there's one big way to get yourself fast attention in the acting world if you pull it off, and that's to play a real person. Double points if that real person could sing. Well, Akerman is going for those extra points by playing Debbie Harry, the lead singer of Blondie, in the upcoming film 'CBGB.'