Cabin in the Woods star Bradley Whitford is coming to Showtime!
Sorry, boys, it's not for one of those late night skin flicks!!
The Emmy-winning TV veteran signed on to play a politically active gay man who is also Emmy Rossum's boss on Shameless!
He's scheduled to appear in at least two episodes in a show that often puts a humorous spin on William H. Macy's character's debilitating alcoholism!
After his breakout role on Billy Madison, Bradley excelled as Josh "Lemon" Lyman on seven season of The West Wing.
We wonder whether any of that will prepare him for life with the Gallagher clan? LOLz!!
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We know Aaron Sorkin has been busy working on The Newsroom, but did he have enough time to write a movie script for The West Wing too?
Actor Joshua Malina had a lot of people fooled when he tweeted a picture of Allison Janney and Bradley Whitford practicing lines, along with the message:
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Yeah. Can someone come over here and re-attach our jaw?
It seemed to have fallen off, and we can't get it off the floor!
Dustin Lance Black will be premiering his new play 8 - which focuses on the federal case challenging Prop 8 - for one night only on September 19th in New York City as a benefit reading, which will not only feature an A-list ensemble of Morgan Freeman, Marisa Tomei, Anthony Edwards, Rob Reiner, John Lithgow, and Bradley Whitford, but according to new reports:
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Well, it lasted longer than most of the
shiteous less watched shows to which we've already said good-bye!
The Good Guys, starring Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks, has finally been taken out back and shot by the FOX network!
Dallas Film Commission's Janis Burkland explains:
"We liked the show. And they had a great experience here. But the ratings weren't good. I think it would have done well on cable. It's not the kind of show network viewers understand [because] it's too quirky. Where cable viewers are more apt to go sampling and try out different stuff, network viewers are looking for more traditional shows."
That may be the case, we think that Colin should head back over to Mad Men! We miss him there!
Sorry, guys. Better luck next time!
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