Eric Stonestreet

'The Loft' Trailer: Cheating Bros' Pleasure Pad Turns Deadly
'The Loft' Trailer: Cheating Bros' Pleasure Pad Turns Deadly
We first saw a trailer for ‘The Loft’ way back in 2012, and since then this thriller remake has languished in studio limbo, bouncing from Universal over to Open Road films. Originally slated for a 2014 release, the movie finally has a new release date, hitting theaters in January. Along with the new release date comes a new trailer, in which a group of married dudes buy a loft so they can have affairs on the down low. Everything is great for these jackasses until one of the women they brought to their pleasure pad is murdered. You know how it goes.
‘The Office': See Seth Rogen, John Cho and More Early Auditions for the Series!
‘The Office': See Seth Rogen, John Cho and More Early Auditions for the Series!
NBC's 'The Office' may have closed its doors for good (at least in America), but that hasn't stopped us from envisioning what the beloved NBC comedy might have been like on a different path. Among some of the early auditions from the series we've heard about, new footage of such comedy icons as Seth Rogen, Kathryn Hahn and even 'Breaking Bad' star Bob Odenkirk trying out for the show have emerged,
‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Picks Up 2012 Emmy Winner Eric Stonestreet…Again
‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Picks Up 2012 Emmy Winner Eric Stonestreet…Again
Boy, it sure is good to be in the cast of 'Modern Family' about now. Though not quite as sweeping as 'Homeland's' Emmy victories last night, ABC's powerhouse comedy took home quite a few bits of gold itself, including the first and last awards for the night for both Eric Stonestreet as Supporting Actor and for Comedy Series overall. And even though 'American Horror Story' wasn't a huge winner as a
2012 Emmy Awards: Eric Stonestreet is Comedy’s Outstanding Supporting Actor
2012 Emmy Awards: Eric Stonestreet is Comedy’s Outstanding Supporting Actor
Stop the presses, 'Modern Family' has won an Emmy!  The sure to dominate series caps off the first award of the night, snagging Outstanding Supporting Actor on the comedy side of things with Eric Stonestreet.  Stonestreet won for his beloved portrayal of Cameron Tucker on ABC's monster-comedy hit 'Modern Family.'