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Rebecca Romijn has been tapped as the co-lead opposite Jon Tenney in the TNT pilot King And Maxwell.
The project, from CBS TV Studios and NCIS honcho Shane Brennan, is adapted from characters created by bestselling author David Baldacci.
In the vein of Moonlighting, it follows Sean King (Tenney) and Michelle Maxwell (Romijn), who aren’t the typical pair of private investigators. Both are former Secret Service agents, and their unique skill sets (not to mention their razor-sharp chemistry) often gives them a leg up on suspects and conventional law enforcement. With her striking beauty, athletic prowess and Beltway connections, Maxwell is a formidable investigator, determined to prove herself after being forced to resign from the Secret Service.
Brennan wrote the script and executive produces, with Karen Spiegel and Grant Anderson producing and Baldacci serving as a consultant. Romijn, repped by UTA and 3 Arts, currently co-stars on Adult Swim’s NTSF:SD:SUV::
When Rebecca Romijn decided to lighten up her hair recently, she wanted the color to be strong, but subtle.
“I don’t change my look much, because I’m a mom, and on a day-to-day basis I have to be as low-maintenance as possible,” she tells PEOPLE. “But heading into red carpet season, you have to figure out how to make your hair look as great as possible, as often as possible.”
So Romijn tapped stylist Dean Roybal, owner of Planet Salon in Beverly Hills, to lighten her locks using Wella’s new Illumina color (the star is a spokeswoman for the brand). Now, “I’m the same blonde I’ve always been, but it’s just beautiful,” she says. “It’s got this added translucency.”
Illumina, hitting salons in January, is a new line of permanent color that keeps hair as close to its virgin state as possible. “I was one of the first people to get to try it, and it’s amazing,” Romijn says. “My hair feels so good, and I’m thrilled.”
Romijn, a natural blonde, keeps her color looking bright with regular touch-ups. But she’s not against a drastic change, either.
“I’ve gone dark before, and I get tempted to do it all the time,” she says. “Whenever I go to a meeting for an acting role, it comes up, and I always offer to change my color, because it’s interesting. At this point, I’ve been blonde a long time … but I get the itch every so often.”
She hasn’t had to deal with covering grays yet, either, though she knows someone who might: “My husband!” she jokes. “He’s starting to go gray and it’s all my fault. Maybe I should recommend Illumina to him …”
The Rob Corddry-created series and the San Diego anti-terrorist team are coming back to Adult Swim. The network announced today that it has picked up a fifth season of Children’s Hospital and a third season of NTSF:SD:SUV. Both new seasons of the series will debut in 2013. The live action Children’s Hospital chronicles a team of doctors with too much lust on their minds and too little attention to patients. Former Daily Show correspondent Corddry executive produces along with Jonathan Stern. National Terrorist Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle details the misadventures of a team of government agents protecting the city from threat, mainly imagined. The 15-minute an episode series also has Jonathan Stern executive producing along with Paul Scheer and Curtis Gwinn.
“NTSF:SD:SUV” will have a panel at the 2012 Comic-Con! The panel will be on Friday, July 13th at noon in the Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront.
NTSF:SD:SUV:: (National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle::) (Adult Swim): Creator and star Paul Scheer, executive producer Jonathan Stern,and co-executive producer Curtis Gwinn join stars Martin Starr, Rebecca Romijn,Brandon Johnson and June Diane Raphael. Rob Corddry moderates. Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront, noon-12:45 p.m.
By Jennifer • June 13, 2012 • News • Comments: 0
Broadway vets Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Richard Kind will star as Leo Bloom and Max Bialystock, respectively, in The Producers at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, according to the Los Angeles Times. Susan Stroman, director and choreographer of the 2001 Broadway production of The Producers, will direct and choreograph the production at the Hollywood Bowl. Tony winners Gary Beach and Roger Bart will reprise their roles as Roger De Bris and Carmen Ghia, respectively. Rebecca Romijn stars as Ulla. The Producers will play a limited engagement from July 27 through 29.
Based on the 1968 Mel Brooks film of the same name, The Producers is the story of two theatrical producers who create a get-rich-quick scheme by purposely producing a Broadway flop. Adapted by Brooks and Thomas Meehan, The Producers features music and lyrics by Brooks with arrangements by Glen Kelly and Doug Besterman. The Broadway production opened on April 19, 2001 at the St. James Theatre starring Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. The production won 12 Tony Awards and was later adapted into a 2005 film, featuring Hollywood Bowl stars Beach and De Bris.
Ferguson is best known as Mitchell Pritchett on TV’s Modern Family. His Broadway credits include The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and On the Town. Kind played Bialystock on Broadway, and has appeared in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife and Sly Fox. His film and TV appearances include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Spin City and A Serious Man. Beach’s Broadway credits include Les Miserables, La Cage aux Folles, Beauty and the Beast, Annie and 1776. Bart has appeared on Broadway in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Triumph of Love, King David, Big River, The Frogs and Young Frankenstein. Romijn’s film and TV credits include the X-Men series, Ugly Betty and Femme Fatale.
By Jennifer • June 02, 2012 • News • Comments: 0
Here’s a way to stock up on summer footwear and give back!
Havaianas tapped celebrities like Courteney Cox, Rebecca Romijn, and Tori Spelling to design a collection of printed flip-flops, and 10% of sales go to Baby Buggy, a non-profit that provides essentials and educational services to children of families in need.
Women’s styles go for $26, while matching kids’ pairs are $19. Shop the lineup now, including Cox’s blue disc design and Romijn’s floral flip-flops, at us.havaianas.com.
Lionsgate officially plans to bring the 2012 film “Good Deeds” written by, directed by & starring Tyler Perry as well as co-starring Thandie Newton and Gabrielle Union to DVD and Blu-ray Disc on June 12th.
Tech specs for the Blu-ray release include full 1080p Hi-Def video in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound. The title is already available for PRE-ORDER over at Amazon with a $27.99 price tag. The release will come in the form of a “combo pack” or sorts with a Digital Copy included. Bonus materials set to be included are listed below.
- “Two Worlds Collide” featurette
- “Motherly Love” featurette
By Jennifer • April 19, 2012 • Films, News • Comments: 0
November 11, 2011 (a.k.a. 11/11/11) is a big day for mathematicians, historians, numerologists, and the like. Celebrities? Not so much. Aside from Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O’Connell, that is.
“If we happen to look at our phone and it’s 11:11, one of us always texts the other,” says O’Connell. The significance of the numbers for the O’Connell-Romijn clan comes from their numerical symmetry: “There’s two of us – Rebecca and I – and the two of our kids,” explains the actor, 37.
So the couple decided that Friday, 11/11/11 was a day worthy of celebration.
“A couple of nights ago, I said to Rebecca, ‘We should renew our vows at 11:11 and 11 seconds on 11/11.’ And she said, ‘We should do it at 11th Street and 11th Ave. ‘ ” (The family is in New York while O’Connell is starring in Seminar on Broadway.)
So on Friday morning, the duo headed towards the Hudson River for the very private (just the two of them) ceremony. “I didn’t think it was gonna be so emotional, but it kind of was … I think I was more emotional than my wife,” admits the actor.
While the two won’t have time for an 11/11/11 honeymoon, O’Connell will, as usual, get home as fast as he can after his performance Friday night. “I feel bad leaving my wife alone with those two crazies,” he jokes of daughters Dolly and Charlie, who turn 3 next month.
Hardly a bridezilla, Romijn, 39, only had one request for their vow renewal: clothing with vertical stripes that look like the numerical date.
“She wanted us to wear cordouroys somewhere,” says O’Connell. “It’s the fabric of 11/11.”
Today, November 6th, is Rebecca Romijn’s 39th birthday! On behalf of her fans from around the world Rebecca Romijn Web would love to wish Rebecca an amazing day today!
By Jennifer • November 06, 2011 • News • Comments: 0
Returning for a second season of 15-minute cop procedural parody, NTSD:SD:SUV:: are creator, star and executive producer Paul Scheer, executive producers Jonathan Stern and Curtis Gwinn and the series’ cast.
Production on Season 2 will begin in early 2012. The first season finale airs tonight at 12:15 AM.
NTSF:SD:SUV::, also known as the National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle::, is a clandestine team of government agents working together to protect San Diego from numerous terrorist threats coming in daily from such evil countries as Mexico, Canada and Guam.
The series stars Scheer, Rebecca Romijn, Rob Riggle, Kate Mulgrew, Brandon Johnson, June Diane Raphael, Martin Starr and sentient robot S.A.M. (voiced by Peter Serafinowicz). Scheer is repped by UTA and Principato-Young, Stern is repped by Principato-Young and Gwinn is repped by The Rothman-Brecher Agency and Principato-Young.