Yesterday, Rebecca Romijn attended the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles. I have just added 89 HQ and MQ images from the event into our photo gallery!

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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.

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Last night, Rebecca Romijn attended the Carmen Steffens West Coast Flagship Store Opening in Los Angeles. I have just added 193 HQ and MQ images from the event into our photo gallery!

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A new trailer for the upcoming season of “NTSF:SD:SUV::” has just been released – watch it below!

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This weekend, Rebecca Romijn was part of the cast of “The Producers” at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. I have just added 98 HQ and MQ images of the cast during rehearsals and during the opening night performance on July 27th.

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“That’s Kentertainment!” host Ken Kleiber interviews the cast of THE PRODUCERS (plus a few rehearsal musical highlights) from the Hollywood Bowl production of July 27-29, 2012. Featured are Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Leo Bloom), Richard Kind (Max Bialystock), Rebecca Romijn (Ulla), Dane Cook (Franz Liebkind), Roger Bart (Carmen Ghia) and Gary Beach (Roger De Bris).

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The new season of “NTSF:SD:SUV::” starts airing on August 9th on the Cartoon Network’s “Adult Swim” schedule and you can watch a teaser trailer of the new season below.

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Rebecca Romijn is best known as Mystique in the X-Men films and Alexis Meade on television’s Ugly Betty. This Friday she takes the plunge into musical theater when she steps onto the stage as Swedish bombshell Ulla in The Producers at The Hollywood Bowl, joining Broadway veterans Richard Kind, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Roger Bart and Gary Beach.

The 39-year-old actress is no stranger to professional risks and has taken them successfully, transitioning from a modeling career where she posed for Christian Dior, Sports Illustrated and Victoria’s Secret, to television host on MTV’s House of Style, to acting. Romijn talked to Theatermania about her first theatrical adventure.

THEATERMANIA: How brave do you have to be to perform in your first professional musical on stage at the Hollywood Bowl?
REBECCA ROMIJN: It’s overwhelming! But 18,000 people will be a wall of anonymity, and less scary than a room of 10 in a small theater. On the first day of rehearsals — which was only last week! — our producer told us that in New York you might get 700 people who take their seats, cross their legs and get ready to criticize, but at the Hollywood Bowl they meet you with open arms. Of course, there might be a bottle of wine involved!

TM: How far out of your comfort zone are you with the singing and dancing?
RR: I was a voice major in college, but I am so far out of my comfort zone with the dancing! It’s the most intimidating thing I’ve ever done. My husband told me I’d be adding a double threat with the singing and dancing, but after a few dance rehearsals he said ‘well, maybe just a single threat.’

TM: What made you want to do a musical at this point in your career?
RR: I was a musical theater kid and did it in high school and college. I always knew that I wanted to do this, but I was so far away from it for so long. And I have my daughters who I want to inspire, and teach them that life is about going outside your comfort zone.

TM: Were you re-bitten by the bug when your husband, Jerry O’Connell, make his Broadway debut last year in Seminar?
RR: Yes. I was so in that world going ‘why am I not doing this? I really want to be doing this!’ This call came in and it was a no-brainer.

TM: How is working on a stage physically different than working on a film or TV set?
RR: This is so different. It’s so physical and so athletic. It’s exhausting. They’ve been calling rehearsals “Camp Hollywood Bowl” but it’s not relaxing!

TM: And when you go home you still have to be a mother to your twin girls Dolly and Charlie?
RR: I go home and still need to rehearse. They let me get one song out then it’s their turn. Dolly says ‘more, more!’ They take over the coffee table as their stage.

TM: Will working in theater be the next direction of your career?
RR: It’s a turning point. It’s monumental. I have a feeling that on Sunday night I’m not going to feel finished.

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This past weekend, Rebecca Romijn was in attendance at Comic-Con in San Diego with her “NTSF:SD:SUV::” cast mates. I have just added 15 images of Rebecca from the event into our photo gallery!

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Some of TV’s funniest casts were on hand at this year’s Comic-Con to bring a little humor to the “Extra” stage. Watch the video for silly moments caught on tape, like Rebecca Romijn revealing her Adult Swim makeout partner on “NTSF.”

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