Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan
On Monday's Beauty and the Beast's Cat and Vincent are sussing each other out in a scene reminiscent of Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
Beauty and the Beast Boss: Cat and Vincent Have to Fall In Love All Over Again
On the episode (Monday at 9/8c, The CW), Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent (Jay Ryan) track a beast while keeping their individual agendas secret from one another in a game of cat-and-mouse. In our exclusive sneak peek, the two dance while Cat threatens Vincent to tell her what's going on — or else her backup, Tess (Nina Lisandrello) and Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy), are prepared with tranquilizers.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are finally tying the knot.
"Yes, it's confirmed," Pitt's manager told People of the couple's engagement. "It is a promise for the future and their kids are very happy. There's no date set at this time."
Chuck is sending in Rebecca Romijn to do a man's job.
"We created a character originally that was just going to be a man, sort of an ominous, scary figure who has a penchant for torture, which he considers his art form," co-creator Chris Fedak says of the former supermodel's guest role on Friday's episode (8/7c, NBC), "Chuck Versus the Curse." "But then we started thinking about it, we were like, 'What if Rebecca Romijn was this guy? That would be scary and sexy.'"
Matt Bomer and Eliza Dushku
Long before he made fedoras and police anklets stylish on White Collar, Matt Bomer romanced Eliza Dushku on the Fox sci-fi series Tru Calling. But when White Collar creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin came calling for her to guest-star on the USA series, Dushku knew she wanted to channel another, very famous, on-screen couple for their reunion.
"I wanted a Mr. & Mrs. Smith vibe," Dushku tells TVGuide.com. "[I said] I'd love to come and be on it, but only if it's something that's really special and only if Raquel and Neal really have a Mr. & Mrs. Smith dance going on. It could be sexual at times, it could be violent and scary at times, but as long as it's intense, and he really responded to that."
Eliza Dushku to stir things up on White Collar
Judging from the previews for Tuesday's episode, airing at 9/8c on USA, the message was definitely received...
Fear not, Chuck fans: Yvonne Strahovski doesn't believe in the Moonlighting curse.
Even though Strahovski's Sarah recently got engaged to Chuck (Zachary Levi), the actress believes NBC's spy drama won't suffer the same fate as Moonlighting, the '80s sitcom that famously fell apart when Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepherd's main characters finally hooked up.
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"It's often the death of the show when you break the tension and the two lead characters ...
Ask FlickChick An earlier Mr Mrs Smith Plus A family trapped by green goo in their house Rendezvous with Rama and more movie questions answeredQuestion I just saw the Angelina JolieBrad Pitt movie Mr Mrs Smith and I could have sworn Ive seen the same story before Am I misremembering I know Im not thinking of the Alfred Hitchcock movie of the same title that has a totally different plot FrankFlickChick Ill bet youre thinking of a short-lived 1996 television series called wait for it Mr Mrs Smith starring Maria Bello and Scott Bakula as spies recruited by a mysterious intelligence agency and required to pose as a married couple to carry out their assignments Neither trusts the other in part because theyve both worked for other covert agencies in the past and know that they may well have been on opposite sides then but theres a sexual tension that would presumably have led to them becoming Mr and Mrs Smith for re
A smaller-screen port of Brangelina's Mr. & Mrs. Smith first date movie, passed over this week by ABC, still hopes to have a shot at making someone's fall schedule. Starring Jordana Brewster and Martin Henderson, the series will be shopped to the other networks next week, sources tell the Hollywood Reporter. I dunno, no immortal protagonist nor a Sex and the City theme? Sounds like a long shot this season, kiddies.
The latest pilot updates, from our friends at the Hollywood Reporter and Variety: Kirstie Alley has collared the title role in The Minister of Divine, Fox's take on the Britcom The Vicar of Dibley. Martin Henderson (The Ring) will play Brad to Jordana Brewster's Angelina in ABC's Mr. & Mrs. Smith. (If you are dating either of the leads, please think very carefully before splurging on the Valentine's gift.) Brian White (Stomp the Yard) is Kyle in ABC's Football Wives. Lee Pace (The Good Shepherd) has landed the lead, as a man who can bring the dead back to life with but a touch, in ABC's Pushing Daisies. Mark-Paul Gosselaar will star opposite Janeane Garofalo in CBS' public-defenders comedy. Cole Hauser will star in K-Ville, Fox's New Orleans-cops drama. Colm Feore is the police-department captain in ABC's Judy's Got a Gun. That '70s Show's Kurtwood Smith is a justice in Supreme Courtships, Fox's look at a half dozen clerks and judg...
Well, half of the burning question has been answered: Sources tell TVGuide.com that Jordana Brewster (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, The Fast and the Furious, what-have-you) has been tapped to fill Angelina Jolie's tattoos shoes, playing Jane in ABC's Mr. & Mrs. Smith pilot, based on the 2005 film. No word yet on Mr. Pitt's successor, and while I feel that Las Vegas' Josh Duhamel would kill in the role (no pun intended), I now have a feeling we might get, like, Ashton Kutcher.
ABC has greenlit production on a pilot for Mr. & Mrs. Smith, an adaptation of the big-screen thriller that, in addition to its assorted cinematic merits, introduced a boy named Brad to a girl named Angie. Doug Liman and Simon Kinberg will reprise their roles as director and scribe. Set six months after where the film left off, with the Smiths now residing in a new house in a new suburb, Kinberg likens the TV version to "Married... with Children with guns," telling the Hollywood Reporter, "It is a show about any married couple trying to balance professional and home life." Eyed for a fall 2007 slot and set to shoot in March, casting on the pilot has yet to be determined. Good luck with that. Maybe the Today's News blog readers can help Mr. Liman out with casting, what do you say? Too bad Eric Dane is busy. (But Charisma Carpenter isn't!)