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November 12, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Rebecca Romijn has made the cut - that of the hair variety. And it seems as though the bob is starting to give the pixie cut a run for its trendsetting money. The "King & Maxwell" actress debuted her new blunt bob haircut Saturday at the Baby2Baby Gala at the Book Bindery in Culver City. She's the latest blond celeb to go under the headline-making shears, now that Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence, Pamela Anderson and Kristin Chenoweth have shocked fans by doing away with their long locks.
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December 23, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Rebecca Romijn & Co. are showing off their Christmas jammies! While the family didn't make a viral YouTube video to show their holiday leisurewear, Romijn did post several family photos of her PJ-clad clan on Twitter. The "King & Maxwell" star got into the holiday spirit with a family portrait that included her husband, Jerry O'Connell, twin daughters Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip, and five of their family pets. PHOTOS: 50 most beautiful female celebrities "Happy Holidays from all nine of us!
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 2004
Sneak peek: MTV won't say what films will be parodied at the taping of its annual Movie Awards show on Saturday, but among those scheduled to appear in them are Will Ferrell, Jim Caviezel, Lindsay Lohan, Rebecca Romijn, Burt Reynolds and Jamie Lee Curtis. The show will air June 10. * New gig: The Rev. Al Sharpton will serve as a commentator for CNBC during the two major political conventions this summer.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Rebecca Romijn has made the cut - that of the hair variety. And it seems as though the bob is starting to give the pixie cut a run for its trendsetting money. The "King & Maxwell" actress debuted her new blunt bob haircut Saturday at the Baby2Baby Gala at the Book Bindery in Culver City. She's the latest blond celeb to go under the headline-making shears, now that Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lawrence, Pamela Anderson and Kristin Chenoweth have shocked fans by doing away with their long locks.
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December 23, 2013 | By Nardine Saad
Rebecca Romijn & Co. are showing off their Christmas jammies! While the family didn't make a viral YouTube video to show their holiday leisurewear, Romijn did post several family photos of her PJ-clad clan on Twitter. The "King & Maxwell" star got into the holiday spirit with a family portrait that included her husband, Jerry O'Connell, twin daughters Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip, and five of their family pets. PHOTOS: 50 most beautiful female celebrities "Happy Holidays from all nine of us!
ENTERTAINMENT
April 4, 2006 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
She's an actress who loves reality TV -- a Hollywood no-no -- she's happy to spill herself gracelessly to the ground and she's not afraid to eat meatloaf in public. As a supermodel, as the "X-Men's" Mystique and now as television's "Pepper Dennis," Rebecca Romijn is used to turning heads, but she's no image-is-everything starlet archetype. Just listen to her talk about meeting one of her fans. "I got to meet Chris Daughtry!"
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 2013 | By T.L. Stanley
TNT's new private eye drama "King & Maxwell" may share some thematic DNA with classic gumshoe series like "Moonlighting," "Remington Steele" and "The Rockford Files. " But don't call it retro, said executive producer Shane Brennan, who based the show on David Baldacci's bestselling novels. "You can't regurgitate what's been done before," said Brennan, who also created "NCIS: L.A. " "I wanted to revisit this genre that was a TV staple back in the '70s and '80s and look at it in a very fresh, modern way. " The result is a crime-solving drama, launching June 10, with Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn as former Secret Service agents running down bad guys in Washington, D.C. They have an insider's view of the country's halls of power and will sometimes be looking for villains in those very places.
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September 23, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
"Eastwick," which premieres tonight on ABC, represents a third attempt to turn the 1987 film of the 1984 John Updike novel "The Witches of Eastwick" into a TV show. NBC made a pilot in 1989 and Fox one in 2002 -- and I promise you these are the last dates you'll have to read in this review -- but this is the first to grow from a pilot into a series. It is something less than magical, but it's pleasant and pretty and easy to watch. In a hamlet "at the edge of New England," three women, each with a yearning burning inside of her, awaken to unsuspected powers after simultaneously wishing on a fountain during a dress-up-as-pilgrims-or-witches fall fair.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 2002
Now I know why producers are regarded as Philistines. In the article about "Rollerball," ("The Way 'Rollerball' Bounces," by Richard Natale, Feb. 6), Charles Roven says removing a Rebecca Romijn-Stamos nude scene was "not radical"? Duuuuuude! DICK EAGLESON Gardena
ENTERTAINMENT
November 16, 2002
I enjoyed Robert W. Welkos' piece on early Oscar contenders ("Oscar's Lady in Waiting," Nov. 13). Now how about going in the opposite direction for a future story: The most likely worst actress candidates for 2002. Madonna ("Swept Away") and Britney Spears ("Crossroads") are the favorites, and then there are Elizabeth Hurley ("Serving Sara"), Jennifer Lopez ("Enough") and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos ("Femme Fatale"). Mike Lancaster Pasadena
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 2013 | By T.L. Stanley
TNT's new private eye drama "King & Maxwell" may share some thematic DNA with classic gumshoe series like "Moonlighting," "Remington Steele" and "The Rockford Files. " But don't call it retro, said executive producer Shane Brennan, who based the show on David Baldacci's bestselling novels. "You can't regurgitate what's been done before," said Brennan, who also created "NCIS: L.A. " "I wanted to revisit this genre that was a TV staple back in the '70s and '80s and look at it in a very fresh, modern way. " The result is a crime-solving drama, launching June 10, with Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn as former Secret Service agents running down bad guys in Washington, D.C. They have an insider's view of the country's halls of power and will sometimes be looking for villains in those very places.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 23, 2009 | ROBERT LLOYD, TELEVISION CRITIC
"Eastwick," which premieres tonight on ABC, represents a third attempt to turn the 1987 film of the 1984 John Updike novel "The Witches of Eastwick" into a TV show. NBC made a pilot in 1989 and Fox one in 2002 -- and I promise you these are the last dates you'll have to read in this review -- but this is the first to grow from a pilot into a series. It is something less than magical, but it's pleasant and pretty and easy to watch. In a hamlet "at the edge of New England," three women, each with a yearning burning inside of her, awaken to unsuspected powers after simultaneously wishing on a fountain during a dress-up-as-pilgrims-or-witches fall fair.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 4, 2006 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
She's an actress who loves reality TV -- a Hollywood no-no -- she's happy to spill herself gracelessly to the ground and she's not afraid to eat meatloaf in public. As a supermodel, as the "X-Men's" Mystique and now as television's "Pepper Dennis," Rebecca Romijn is used to turning heads, but she's no image-is-everything starlet archetype. Just listen to her talk about meeting one of her fans. "I got to meet Chris Daughtry!"
ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 2004
Sneak peek: MTV won't say what films will be parodied at the taping of its annual Movie Awards show on Saturday, but among those scheduled to appear in them are Will Ferrell, Jim Caviezel, Lindsay Lohan, Rebecca Romijn, Burt Reynolds and Jamie Lee Curtis. The show will air June 10. * New gig: The Rev. Al Sharpton will serve as a commentator for CNBC during the two major political conventions this summer.
NEWS
December 4, 1998
FILM The "Universal Horror!" film series kicks off tonight at West L.A.'s NuArt with new prints of "Frankenstein" and "Bride of Frankenstein." (310) 478-6379. MUSIC San Francisco swingers Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys perform at Club Caprice in Redondo Beach tonight. (310) 316-1700. TV Preview spring fashion on MTV's "Fashionably Loud," hosted by mega model Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. 4 p.m. Saturday. AUCTION Make a bid on classic movie posters during the Vintage Hollywood Posters Auction at L.A.'
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 2009 | Joe Flint
ABC has decided not to order any additional episodes of its new Wednesday night drama "The Witches of Eastwick," which is about as close as a network gets to saying they're canceling a show these days. Although much of ABC's Wednesday night has been a pleasant surprise with "The Middle," "Modern Family" and "Cougar Town" getting full-season pickups, "The Witches of Eastwick" has been pulling in Jay Leno-like numbers at 10 p.m., often averaging fewer than 5 million viewers. The show, which stars Rebecca Romijn and Lindsay Price, is based on the John Updike book.
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