August 13, 2012 |
Kristin Chenoweth is going to need more time to recuperate before she can return to "The Good Wife," the actress announced Monday, signaling the end of an anticipated multiple-show arc in which she was cast as a political reporter. "It is with deep regret to inform everyone that due to my injuries, I am unable to return to 'The Good Wife' at this time," Chenoweth told People in a statement . "[I'm] getting better slowly, and thank you everyone for your concern. " While filming the season premiere of "The Good Wife" on July 11, the singer and actress was injured on the set when a gust of wind caused her to be struck by a piece of lighting equipment. PHOTOS: Celebrities injured on the set She reportedly hit her head on the ground when she fell, a source told TMZ, which had pictures of Chenoweth in a neck brace and strapped to a gurney, being loaded into an ambulance.
April 13, 2012 |
There is an appealing nyuk, nyuk nostalgic spirit to"The Three Stooges. "To fully appreciate this paean to slapstick and silly nonsense simply requires that cynicism be temporarily shelved and the thinking side of the brain shut down. Starring Sean Hayes, Will Sasso and Chris Diamantopoulos as Larry, Curly and Moe, this affectionate update is a love letter to the Stooges from the filmmaking Farrelly brothers, Peter and Bobby. Though they may be best known for the R-rated "There's Something About Mary," there is a Stooge streak a mile long running through their work - the bumbling misfits with a heart of gold in their first film, "Dumb & Dumber," for starters.
May 11, 2011
Neil Patrick Harris will once again be putting on a tuxedo to host the Tony Awards ceremony, which will take place June 12 at the Beacon Theatre in New York. The actor, who stars in the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother," previously hosted the Tonys in 2009. Last year's host was Sean Hayes. The ceremony saluting Broadway's best will be broadcast on CBS. In a statement released Tuesday, Harris said, "We've got a fantastic mix of live performances, a few secret surprises and, since they're closed for retooling, we're using all the rigging equipment from 'Spider-Man.' What could possibly go wrong?"
June 10, 2010 |
Sean Hayes, who'll be hosting the 64th annual Tony Awards on Sunday night, has been at the center of a controversy fueled by a Newsweek writer who criticized the actor's performance because he's a gay man playing it straight on Broadway in "Promises, Promises." But no amount of nudging could get Hayes to address the whole hubbub — Newsweek's Ramin Setoodeh said Hayes turned the play into "unintentional camp" — during a call with reporters Wednesday morning. This is as close as he came as he talked about his stage costar Kristin Chenoweth: "She's an extraordinary talent and an amazing human being who's been such a huge support system for me," he said.
December 27, 2007 |
Sean HAYES has barely had a chance to sit down in the comfy lounge area of the Four Seasons Hotel when a man nervously approaches him. "Can I have your autograph?" he shyly asks the 37-year-old actor. When Hayes good-naturedly tells him yes, the man quickly grabs a piece of paper from a nearby table, dashes to the front desk for a pen and puts both on the table in front of Hayes. "What's your name?" Hayes asks. "Barry," he tells Hayes. "I'm so nervous."
May 15, 2006 |
The last installment of "Will & Grace" is finished, the goodbyes have been said. But Sean Hayes is still mum about what viewers will see Thursday night when the NBC sitcom ends its eight-season run. "I can tell you that it's funny and, as in the pilot, the episode is about the characters Will and Grace, with the characters of Jack and Karen there to support the Will and Grace story -- which I think is the way to end the show," Hayes says.