While most of the articles regarding the new Hellboy remake have focused on the lack of involvement by Ron Perlman and Guillermo del Toro, it’s worth nothing that Selma Blair’s Liz Sherman was also an integral part of del Toro’s franchise. Neither fully human nor fully supernatural, Blair’s character served as an important transition point between the film’s two worlds (as well as the main love interest of the titular character). So maybe it’s about time we poured one out for Selma Blair as well; after all, she had just as much involvement in the success of the franchise as anyone.
Cruel Intentions was so much more than the movie where Sarah Michelle Gellar kissed Selma Blair. (And yet, at the same time, it was and is very much that.) A retelling of Les Liaisons dangereuses set among hot, rich teens in New York, it brought a welcome dose of luridness and eroticism to neighborhood cineplexes in addition to scoring many a makeout sesh between randy adolescents during the late ’90s. Both campy and soapy, the yarn of seduction and betrayal has remained a roaring good time even as it’s turned into a time capsule of its era and all the attendant, difficult-to-look-at fashions. But a good time is all it’s going to be, as recent news indicates.
FX and Ryan Murphy’s incoming American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has kept us all delighted by its ridiculous photos and over-dramatized teasers, even if the prolific cast has been left to obscurity. Now, the court of FX has finally unsealed the full trailer for The People v. O.J. Simpson, and it is every bit the absurdity we expected.
FX and Ryan Murphy‘s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has yet to display a single frame of footage, but if the actual series ends up half as much fun as its cast, consider us on board. Selma Blair and Into the Woods alum Billy Magnussen are the latest among the ensemble, taking the iconic roles of Kris Jenner and Kato Kaelin.
Assured of its 100-episode future and ignored by press as it may have been, FX's Charlie Sheen-fronted 'Anger Management' still managed to make waves in the past few months with the abrupt and controversial dismissal of series star Selma Blair. Blair's episodes continue to air until replacement Laura Bell Bundy steps in, but what does Sheen have to say in finally opening up about Blair's departure
Some weeks ago we learned that 'Anger Management' star Selma Blair was due to exit the series, having disputed with Charlie Sheen for too long, though it remained uncertain when changes would take effect. Now, Broadway 'Legally Blonde' star Laura Bell Bundy has finally been announce to succeed Selma Blair in the female role opposite Sheen, but when will the character first appear?