Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys
On the back of The Americans' hair and makeup trailer door is a photo collage of the cast and crew each in the same wig. It's not Clark or John Denver or any other of Philip's (Matthew Rhys) and Elizabeth's (Keri Russell) follicular get-ups on the FX series — but Felicity's famous curls.
"Isn't it hilarious? I love it," Russell, the erstwhile Felicity, tells TVGuide.com with a laugh. "It's so great. I'm all about the hair!"
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So is The Americans. The spy drama has never met a wig it didn't like, outfitting Russell and Rhys in such ridiculous and fantastic espionage 'dos, ranging from dowdy to sexy, that the wigs have become the true stars of the show.
"It's really been a wild experience," Peg Schierholz, the show's hair department head, says. "Lori [Hicks, the makeup head] and I had never intended for the wigs to blow up this way. It's really amazing how much people love them. We kept getting ...
Thanks to the 2007 box office hit Enchanted, audiences are well aware of Amy Adams' vocal talents. But who knew she could also rock a poodle skirt and a high ponytail so well?
When Adams appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday to promote her new movie American Hustle, Fallon revealed he had found an old...
Jessica Alba in Awake courtesy Weinstein Company
Disney's Enchanted repeated this weekend as box-office champ, adding $17 million to its coffers. This Christmas placed second with $8.4 mil. Rounding out the top five were Beowulf (with $7.9 million), Jessica Alba and Anakin Skywalker's Awake (opening with $6 mil) and Hitman ($5.8 mil). In limited release, both The Savages ($38,280 per screen, versus Awake's $3,002) and The Diving Bell and the Butterfly ($25,100 per screen) opened strongly.
Enchanted courtesy Walt Disney Pictures
Disney's Enchanted topped the box office with a $35.3-million three-day haul, and has taken in $50.5 mil since Wednesday the second-best five-day Thanksgiving opening ever (behind Toy Story 2's $80.1 mil). This Christmas placed second with $18.6 mil.Rounding out the top five were Beowulf ($16.2 million for the three-day weekend), the video-game adaptation Hitman ($13 mil in its debut) and Bee Movie ($12 mil). Among other bows, August Rush came in seventh with $9.4 mil, while The Mist premiered in ninth with $9.1 mil.What did you see this weekend, and what did you think of it?