Melissa Rivers is feeling the love in this obviously emotional time.
Here's what she posted on the late comedienne's Facebook page:
One of our favorite Oscars darlings is poised to appear in the Anchorman sequel!!
Before you ask, it's not Quvenzhané Wallis… but that would be cool, too!
Smelly pirate hookers of the South beware — Will Ferrell found himself a hot new wingman from a galaxy far, far away!
If your balls weren't blown off by Ron Burgundy's awesomeness, they will surely EXPLODE at the sight of Harrison Ford!
We told you yesterday Indiana Jones was swinging into a sweet role on Anchorman 2 and now we have a set pic to prove it (above)!
Will with his
crimson burgundy pants, Harrison with his dyed hair dapper suit… Oomph! This stylish pair must surely be taking Atlanta by storm!
Can't you just imagine the two of them tangled up in a sweaty, seXXXy threesome with co-star Christina Applegate?!
Talk about the blind leading the blind!
Nevertheless, Lindz's lawyer wants the starlet to give back to her community!
Jimmy Kimmel, of course, has his own HIGHlarious opinion on the situation!
We were so preoccupied with Oscars-mania that we didn't even see this coming!
But maybe that's exactly why she chose this weekend to begin with!
Either way, we're delighted to report that Christina Applegate and her longtime fiance, Martyn LeNoble, FINALLY tied the knot this past Saturday!
According to reports, the actress and the musician/father of their two-year-old daughter, Sadie, exchanged their vows “surrounded by family in a private ceremony at their home in Los Angeles.”
And since we know everyone's DYING to hear what the bride wore, it was a gown designed by Maria Lucia Hohan, while the wedding bands were courtesy of Neil Lane!
Isn't that just WONDERFUL?!
Especially since the pair have been
Which sucks, because UAN was awesome sauce, it just didn't have the viewers! We just don't have any hope for it either, now they're trying to switch format to a multi camera sitcom with a laugh track. Who thinks that's a good idea?? Add that to Christina Applegate already jumping ship, and it looks like that revamp might never happen!
Anyway, the new pilot has Will playing a recently divorced man (a little close to home!) whose life becomes more complicated as his parents face their own martial issues! It was created by the same guy who did My Name Is Earl, if that helps your imagination! LOLz!
Interestingly enough, him signing on to this pilot will have zero effect on Up All Night if it ends up somehow getting renewed — because Will is contractually obligated to do it, meaning he'd have to give up the pilot!
Our money is on a new season never seeing the light of day, though!
[Image via WENN.]
Production on the NBC comedy Up All Night has been pretty much troubled since the series was in its conception, as it underwent multiple creative changes all the way through its first season and well into its second…to the point where the network was convinced the best course of action to take for the final five episodes this year would be to switch the format from single camera to multi-camera, and all in front of a live studio audience!
However, this was apparently the straw that broke star Christina Applegate's back, as she recently announced that she would be resigning from the show only months after series creator Emily Spivey did the same, leaving producers desperate for a replacement and unsure where to go from here!
Well, guess what, you guys?
It sounds like the only place Up All Night is going is down to cancelation station, as NBC and remaining castmembers Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett just don't think there's really too much here that can be salvaged!
And we don't blame them!
Sources reveal that
And she is DUNZO!
Just before filming was set to begin again this month, Christina Applegate is bailing on Up All Night.
It’s true! Christina is calling it quits with the NBC show just as five additional episodes were set to be filmed with a new, traditional multi-camera format with a live studio audience.
Christina released a statement about her shocking and sudden departure: