Lauren Graham is no stranger to working with children in her cult-favorite television series “Gilmore Girls” and “Parenthood” and with animals in the feature “Evan Almighty.” The part-time New Yorker is working with both in her latest film “Max,” from writer/director Boaz Yakin. She plays the mother of a Marine who works with trained dogs. When her son is killed in action, his dog Max is distressed and incredibly dangerous.
Last night Lauren attended the LA premiere of her new film Max. Variety gives us a look at the night with quotes from members of the cast including Lauren. Puppy love reigned at Tuesday night’s premiere of Warner Bros.-MGM’s “Max” with one of the star canines — a Belgian Malinois named Jagger — drawing most of the attention on the red carpet. The tale of a military dog returning to
THR spends a day at an abandoned hospital with the cast of the Jason Katims drama where its impending series finale is temporarily overshadowed by death — and marriage proposals. A strange sadness pervades Parenthood’s set this busy November morning. For one thing, the cast and crew of NBC’s critically admired family drama — produced by Friday Night Lights mastermind Jason Katims — aren’t at their regular cozy home on
The Hollywood Reporter did an article on some of TV’s top actresses such as Caitriona Balfe, Christine Baranski, Kathy Bates, Linda Cardellini, Edie Falco, Vera Farmiga, Sutton Foster, and more. They included Lauren and here is the feature on her: THR asked: When were you the most panicked as an actress this season and how did you overcome those fears? Lauren Graham Parenthood (NBC) “The first thing that comes to
While in Austin for the ATX Television Festival some of the Gilmore Girls Cast got together for an interview with the Today Show. I finally found a video of the entire interview. The cast of the “Gilmore Girls” reunite for the shows 15th anniversary.
EW.com has shared with us the panel from Saturday’s Gilmore Girls Reunion at the ATX Television Festival. Go here to watch!
EW.com did a live blog during the event tonight. After eight years, the Gilmore Girls are back together! At the ATX Television Festival’s main event Saturday night in Austin, Texas, the cast and producers the beloved The WB mother-daughter dramedy held a Stars Hollow town hall reunion. The line to get inside the State Theater wrapped around the block as eager fans tried to get into the Entertainment Weekly sponsored
Vulture shares how Mae Whitman really feels that Lauren is her hero. It’s been four months since we said good-bye to the Braverman clan, and just when we thought we had recovered from that tear-soaked series finale, TV mother and daughter gave us a real-life Parenthood moment when Lauren Graham presented a Gracie Award to her TV daughter Mae Whitman for Outstanding Female Actor in a Breakthrough Role. “You got
“TIME” — Parenthood will come to a tearful end on Jan. 29 after six emotional seasons on NBC. The show has been the work of a large ensemble, but it’s hard not to pinpoint Lauren Graham’s efforts as a standout. Graham joined the cast as single mom Sarah Braverman in 2010 after the show had already been picked up by the network and found a way to bring a positive
“Deadline” — As Parenthood is wrapping its six-season run on NBC, the network is developing a new starring vehicle for co-lead Lauren Graham, this time on the half-hour side. The project, Kate On Later, touches on the recent changeover in late-night that again failed to produce a female host of a network late-night show. Co-written by Graham and Liz Tuccillo (He’s Just Not That Into You), Kate On Later is