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Anna Faris

Anna Faris
Anna Faris is mostly known for her roles in the "Scary Movie" series and other comedies, but her dramatic stints in "Lost in Translation" and "Brokeback Mountain" have also been notable. Fans of "Friends" will recognize her as the mother of the twins adopted by Monica and Chandler in the show's final season. In 2008, she was the executive producer and star of "The House Bunny." Faris was born in Baltimore, but moved to Seattle at age 5
Anna Faris is mostly known for her roles in the "Scary Movie" series and other comedies, but her dramatic stints in "Lost in Translation" and "Brokeback Mountain" have also been notable. Fans of "Friends" will recognize her as the mother of the twins adopted by Monica and Chandler in the show's final season. In 2008, she was the executive producer and star of "The House Bunny." Faris was born in Baltimore, but moved to Seattle at age 5 « Show less

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  • Chris Pratt: How will ‘soft’ guy become Star-Lord?

     
    From coupon salesman to guardian of the galaxy.  Not bad. Before “Guardians of the Galaxy” was a twinkle in Chris ......
  • 'Yogi Bear'

    'Yogi Bear'
    The long-beloved Hanna-Barbera character who's "smarter than the average bear" gets computer-animated treatment in this enjoyable feature, with Dan Aykroyd voicing Yogi and Justin Timberlake heard as loyal companion Boo-Boo. They have new adventures in...
  • Review: 'Take Me Home Tonight' is a celebration of '80s cliches that don't deserve a reunion

    Review: 'Take Me Home Tonight' is a celebration of '80s cliches that don't deserve a reunion
    ** (out of four) Like so many brainy high school wallflowers before him, Matt (Topher Grace) never had the courage to ask out his dream girl Tori (Teresa Palmer, who played the same role in “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”). A few years...
  • Makers of 'Yogi Bear' carefully update a beloved childhood idol

    Makers of 'Yogi Bear' carefully update a beloved childhood idol
    Over about two decades in movies, primarily as an Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor on films such as "Men in Black," "Total Recall" and "Pearl Harbor," Eric Brevig has worked with many big names in Hollywood. But his latest film gave him a unique...
  • 'What's Your Number?'

    'What's Your Number?'
    Ever have the fear that somewhere along the line, you let the right one get away? That's the dilemma this mild comedy poses for Anna Faris' character, who's inspired by a magazine article to go back through her romantic past and determine whether she...
  • 'Take Me Home Tonight'

    'Take Me Home Tonight'
    He might seem a bit too mature for the escapades this presumed comedy puts him through, but Topher Grace does what he can with the role of a late-1980s college grad who rejects his seemingly assured success in life. He devotes most of his efforts instead...
  • Sacha Baron Cohen banned from Oscars

    Sacha Baron Cohen banned from Oscars
    Sacha Baron Cohen, who appears in this year's Best Picture nominee "HUGO," is not allowed to attend the Oscars this coming Sunday night. The British comedian/actor, best known known for his portrayal of "Borat," was planning to walk the red carpet as...
  • 'Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked'

    'Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked'
    The precocious trio of Alvin, Simon and Theodore (voices of Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler and Jesse McCartney) gets into more misadventure, landing in a "Cast Away"-type scenario after falling off a cruise ship in another entertaining combination of...
  • Fall Sneaks list

    Fall Sneaks list
    SEPT. 9 All's Faire in Love A college football star has to make up for his many absences by working at a Renaissance fair, where he falls for an aspiring actress. With Christina Ricci, Owen Benjamin, Cedric the Entertainer and Matthew Lillard. Written...
  • 'What's Your Number?' review: First write a funny movie, then worry about who's in it

    'What's Your Number?' review: First write a funny movie, then worry about who's in it
    ** (out of four) If casting was everything, scripts could be scribbled by toddlers and it wouldn't matter. Not the case. The latest proof is “What’s Your Number?,” which collects many people capable of being hysterical (Anna Faris,...
  • Reel Critics: Getting some laughs from cancer

    A comedy about cancer isn't easy, but writer Will Reiser and co-star/co-producer Seth Rogen draw from personal experience to give "50/50" that rare blend of raw humor and emotion without artifice. There are no wrong notes in this movie. Adam (Joseph...