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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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  • [Updated] Bon Appétit's Adam Rapoport toasts Los Angeles

     
    Bon Appétit magazine Editor-in-Chief Adam Rapoport threw a "Toast to The Left Coast" soiree Thursday evening at chef Roy Choi's new restaurant A-Frame in Culver City. The former GQ style editor toasted the growing culinary scene in Los Angeles looking...
  • "Saturday Night Live": Anna Faris, Drake, Nicki Minaj make us proud

     
    Although rapper Drake was on board as the night's musical guest, he brought some Justin Timberlake-level laughs to two skits....
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’: Anna Faris hosts

     
    And there could be surprises. Hugh Jackman and Kenny G dropped in when Ben Stiller hosted last week....
  • Saturday's Highlights: 'How to Be a Gentleman' on CBS

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 16 - 22 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Oct. 16 - 22 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Living Social With Books - Check Out BookPerk

    Living Social With Books - Check Out BookPerk
    It seems like everything these days is getting social and books are no exception. HarperCollins has come up with a creative way to pair desired books with exclusive merchandise and offer experiences that only they as a publishing house could offer.  It...
  • Drake show at Hampton Coliseum postponed

    Drake show at Hampton Coliseum postponed
    It's a rapper prerogative to change his mind, I guess. Turns out that hip-hop rising star Drake won't play Hampton Coliseum on Nov. 16 as announced earlier this week. The show has been indefinitely postponed. "Due to scheduling conflict, the Drake...
  • EX-Factor! Tips for Reconnecting With Your Past Love

    EX-Factor! Tips for Reconnecting With Your Past Love
    There's a new movie out called "What's Your Number?" staring Anna Faris that's all about ex-boyfriends and looking them up again to make sure you didn't let the love of your life slip away. It's great movie material but in real life even when you're...
  • Anna Faris, Kenan Thompson quite confused in 'Saturday Night Live' promo

     
    In one prolonged bit, Faris seems to have no idea who Thompson is or what she's doing there....
  • EXCLUSIVE: Zachary Quinto on ‘Margin Call,’ ‘Star Trek II’ and being the smart guy

     
    Seeing as how Zachary Quinto’s most famous big screen character personifies logic, reason and intelligence, and how his character in the new film “Margin Call” has been described as a “hotshot ‘rocket scientist’”...
  • Carroll Movies

    now playing "50/50" (R). In this comedy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen are best friends whose lives are changed by a cancer diagnosis that set them on a series of personal adventures. TownMall Cinemas (1:50, 4:20, 7:45, 10:15) "Courageous" (PG-13)...
  • 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...