Free Agents Hank Azaria and Kathryn Hahn hook up tonight in their NBC premiere. The romantic comedy, imported from the UK, follows the adventures of newly-divorced Alex (Azaria) and secretly-grieving Helen (Hahn). When the coworkers fall into a drunken one-night stand, an awkward union is forged. Can these two lost, damaged souls help each other get their game back?Read Full Story
The Smurfs make their big screen debut July 29 and SheKnows was given a first-hand account behind bringing the animated legends to life on the big screen. We visited with stars Jayma Mays and Hank Azaria, practiced the art of animation, recorded our own lines to the Smurf movie in Sony Animation’s studio and saw clips from the upcoming live action-animated film.Read Full Story
James Marsden sat down with us to talk about his new movie Hop, co-starring Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco, Hank Azaria and Hugh Laurie. The Enchanted actor reveals how he keeps the magic of Easter alive for his two children, as well as behind-the-scenes scoop on working with the hilarious Chelsea Handler.Read Full Story
We have plenty of movies on Santa Claus -- and even one on the Tooth Fairy, but Hop is one of the first movies to bring to life the story of the Easter Bunny. Produced by Illumination Entertainment (Despicable Me), the movie promises candy, chicks (as in, baby chicks!) and rock n’ roll -- so does it deliver?Read Full Story
Russell Brand uses his distinctive English accent and charm to play the teenage son of the Easter Bunny in the upcoming animated film, Hop. The Get Him to the Greek star chatted about childhood Easter traditions, rabbit "whoopsie" and why he believes in the Easter Bunny.Read Full Story
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