She’ll play Timothy Hutton’s ex-wife in John Ridley’s racially charged legal drama, marking her return to the “Desperate Housewives” network.
ABC’s John Ridley drama American Crime has found its leading lady in a familiar face.
Desperate Housewives alum Felicity Huffman is set as the female lead in the drama from 12 Years a Slave Oscar winner John Ridley, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The drama pilot, written, exec produced and directed by Ridley, examines the personal lives of the players involved in a racially charged trial as their worlds are turned upside down.
Some new event photos up in the Felicity Huffman Source gallery from Sundance this week.
The indie comedy co-stars Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon and Felicity Huffman
Starz Digital Media, the digital distribution unit of Starz, has acquired all U.S. rights to Clark Gregg’s comedy “Trust Me,” the company announced Wednesday.
Gregg, who plays Agent Coulson on ABC’s “Agents of SHIELD” as well as in “The Avengers,” stars alongside Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney, William H. Macy, Molly Shannon, Felicity Huffman and Saxon Sharbino.
The film premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and will be released on digital and VOD platforms in May 2014, four weeks before its June theatrical release.
rish chef Stuart O’Keeffe is set to co-host a new cooking series with Desperate Housewife Felicity Huffman.
The culinary expert from Nenagh, Co Tipperary has revealed that Golden Globe winner Felicity is exactly like her TV character Lynette Scavo.
Stuart, who is based in Los Angeles, told the Irish Sunday Mirror: “We just shot five episodes there last week in her house, she only lives about five minutes away from me over here”.
“I remember watching Desperate Housewives and she’s just like Lynette.
“She’s a busy mother who is always trying to organise everything around her.
“She’s always juggling schedules between her children, and her husband, she wants to do it all because she can and she’s good at it.”
Oscar nominee Felicity, 51, lives in Beverly Hills with her husband Shameless US star William H. Macy and their two children Sophia, 13, and Georgia, 11.
And when she’s not filming or looking after her family, she also set up a support site What the Flicka for busy women and mums in particular.
Stuart insists that despite all her success in different areas of her life, Felecity remains very down to earth and easy to approach.
“I met Felicity for the first time years ago at a party and she was the nicest person ever to me.
“She asked me for my card and we emailed back and forth.
“We tried to figure out a way together but it never happened at the time because she had such a busy schedule with Desperate Housewives.
“I contacted her earlier this year because I thought it would be perfect for us to work together with her new website.
“I pitched it to her and she emailed me back within five minutes.
“She was just incredibly nice and got her whole team involved.
Mike Epps, Felicity Huffman, John Leguizamo, William H. Macy, Paul Sparks and Emory Cohen are starring in the ensemble feature Stealing Cars, an indie being produced by Rachel Winter, a producer of awards season darling Dallas Buyers Club.
Dan Keston is also producing the drama while Steve Levinson and Mark Wahlberg are executive producing, as is Erika Hampson.
Cars, inspired by true events, “tells the story of a tragic car accident that sends a confident yet rebellious teen (played by Cohen) spiraling downward into the grim injustice of the juvenile penal system, where he encounters brutal conflicts and life-affirming friendships, ultimately finding self-forgiveness and renewed hope,” according to its logline. Will Aldis and Steve Mackall wrote the script.
New photos up in the Felicity Huffman Source Gallery from the Women L.A. Celebrates The 40th Anniversary Of The Ms. Foundation event.
Felicity Huffman (Transamerica), Victor Garber (Argo) and Ted Levine (American Gangster) are late additions to the cast for Jalmari Helander’s Big Game starring Samuel L. Jackson.
Written and directed by Helander, Big Game sees Jackson star as the U.S. president alongside Onni Tommila (Rare Exports) as his unexpected 13-year-old sidekick.
The movie is billed as an adrenaline-fuelled action-adventure and tells the story of the boy who, like his forefathers, takes a test of manhood by spending one day and night alone in the wilderness of a vast local forest.
The film is currently nearing the end of an eight-week shoot on location in Bavaria and at Bavaria Film Studios. Backers have released the first image from the shoot depicting Jackson and Tommila on the edge of a mountain.
Huffman joins the cast as the CIA director, Garber is the film’s U.S. vice president and Levine stars as General Underwood.
I’ve updated Felicity Huffman Source Gallery with the screencaps from this week’s Hollywood Game Night.
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