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As part of Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear’s Live in Front of a Studio Audience series, the pair has recruited Jennifer Aniston (as Blair) along with Gabrielle Union (Tootie), Allison Tolman (Natalie) and Kathryn Hahn (Jo). Ann Dowd, who will also appear in the live reenactment of Diff’rent Strokes on the same night, is set to play Mrs. Garrett.

“I cannot imagine a better group … and I can’t wait to do their hair,” joked Kimmel, who announced the news on Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The Facts of Life recreation will air Dec. 7 on ABC, where it will be paired with previously announced recreation of Diff’rent Strokes. The latter will also star John Lithgow and Kevin Hart as Mr. Drummond and Arnold, respectively. The TV event will see Lear return to executive produce and host alongside Kimmel. Also exec producing: Kerry Washington, Will Ferrell, Justin Theroux, Brent Miller and Jim Burrows, who, with Andy Fisher, will direct the night’s double-header.

The Live In Front of a Studio Audience franchise got its start in the spring of 2019, when a coterie of A-listers — including Woody Harrelson, Viola Davis, Jamie Foxx and Martin Short — re-created memorable episodes of Lear’s All in the Family and The Jeffersons. Later that same year, he and Kimmel, in partnership with ABC and Sony Pictures Television, produced a second installment featuring another episode of All in the Family along with a re-creation of Good Times. The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes marks the third.

Fittingly, both The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes were originally produced by Lear’s Tandem Productions, with the former spun off from latter. Mrs. Garrett is the through line, becoming a dorm housemother at an all-girls school in New York, which Blair, Tootie, Natalie and Jo attend. The Facts of Life, which ran from 1979 to 1988, was created by Dick Clair and Jenna McMahon.


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Jeremy Garelick has been set to direct a sequel to Murder Mystery, with the expectation that Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler will reprise in the Netflix film. There is a script by James Vanderbilt, and Garelick will do a polish. The fast tracked film will shoot in Paris and the Caribbean.

Sandler played a cop and Aniston his wife in the original film, in which they went on vacation and got framed for the murder of an elderly rich guy.

Garelick scripted The Break-Up, which starred Aniston and Vince Vaughn, and he made his debut as director with The Wedding Ringer, the comedy that starred Kevin Hart and Josh Gad. Garelick has been focused on building American High, a production company he co-founded with Mickey Liddell’s LD Entertainment, to make a series of provocative teen comedies. They acquired an abandoned school in Syracuse, with the goal to make reasonably priced comedies like John Hughes did, with teens navigating a most tumultuous time in their lives.

Garelick and American High got started with several films that included the Vince Vaughn-directed The Binge for Hulu, and the Pete Davidson-starrer Big Time Adolescence for Hulu and Neon. American High recently wrapped production on the Hulu comedy Sex Appeal, starring Mika Abdalla and Jake Short, marking the directorial debut of Talia Osteen. Upcoming, he will go into production on an untitled comedy directed by Sammi Cohen and starring Rowan Blanchard and Auli’i Cravalho. Garelick also recently produced The Ultimate Playlist Of Noise for Hulu, starring Madeline Brewer and Keean Johnson.
Garelick is repped by UTA and Morris Yorn.


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The Morning Show Season 2 starring Jennifer Anniston, Reese Witherspoon, Steve Carell, and Julianna Margulies streams September 17th exclusively on Apple TV+. Catch up on the first season now.

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While taping of the Friends reunion special for HBO Max has been delayed once again by the COVID-19 pandemic, Jennifer Aniston remains resolutely optimistic.

Speaking to Deadline via phone after the news broke, she said, “It’s going to be super. You know what? This has also given us more time to make it even more exciting and more fun than it would have been. So I choose to see it as the glass is half-full that it got postponed. Look, we’re not going anywhere. You’re never going to get rid of Friends, sorry. You’re suck with us for life guys.”

The unscripted special was originally set to shoot mid-March. But when COVID shut down all production, it was pushed to May, aimed to coincide with HBO Max’s launch on May 27. As of today, there is now no set date.

“Unfortunately it’s very sad that we had to move it again,” Aniston said. She is, however, looking forward to getting back to it when it’s safe to do so. “It was, ‘How do we do this with live audiences?’ This is not a safe time. Period. That’s the bottom line. It’s not a safe time to do it.”

In the special, Aniston will be joined by fellow Friends stars Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry, and the show, directed by Ben Winston, will be shot on the series’ original soundstage, Stage 24, on the Warner Bros. lot. With the cast and creators Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane executive producing.

Unsurprisingly, 2020 has not been Aniston’s favorite year in general. “I’m supposed to renew my drivers license and I don’t want it to say 2020 on it,” she said. “I just want to get 2020 out and behind us.


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Aniston — who is being recognized this year for her work in ‘The Morning Show’ — was last nominated in 2009 for best guest actress in a comedy series for a spot she did on ’30 Rock.’
The 2020 Emmy nominations were announced on Tuesday and Jennifer Aniston was among the stars who were honored. She received a nom for outstanding lead actress in a drama series for her portrayal of Alex Levy in Apple TV +’s The Morning Show.

Aniston was nominated alongside Olivia Colman (The Crown), Jodie Komer (Killing Eve), Laura Linney (Ozark), Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) and Zendaya (Euphoria).

This marks Aniston’s seventh Emmy nomination overall and her first in 11 years. Aniston — who won the award for outstanding actress in a comedy series for her work as Rachel in the hit NBC sitcom Friends — was last nominated in 2009 for outstanding guest actress in a comedy series for a spot she did on 30 Rock.

The Morning Show was recognized with nominations in several categories. Aniston’s co-star Steve Carell was nominated for outstanding lead actor in a drama series for playing Mitch Kessler. Additionally, Billy Cudrup and Mark Duplass earned noms for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series for their respective characters, Cory Ellison and Charles “Chip” Black. Martin Short picked up a nom for best guest actor in a drama series for his role as Dick Lundy.

The series was also nominated for outstanding production design for a narrative contemporary program; outstanding directing (Mimi Leder) for a drama series; and outstanding main title design.

The 72nd Emmy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, who will also serve as executive producer. The show will be broadcast at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Sept. 20 on ABC.


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In the early ’90s, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow met for the first time at the table read for “Friends.” They didn’t know it at the time, but the two characters that they were be playing — Aniston’s Rachel Green and Kudrow’s Phoebe Buffay — would become two of the most beloved in TV history.

In an interview for Variety‘s Actors on Actors issue, on newsstands this week, Aniston and Kudrow discussed their current TV roles. Aniston is a frontrunner in this year’s Emmys race for best actress in a drama for her portrayal of anchor Alex Levy on “The Morning Show.” And Kudrow delivers buzzy supporting turns in two Netflix comedies — “Feel Good” and “Space Force.”

But as they got to talking, they quickly recalled what it was like to be at that “Friends” table read. “You were wearing an appropriate Phoebe Buffay — like a white linen, hippie shirt, and you had a bunch of seashells and necklaces on,” Aniston said. “And you had your hair pulled up in two little clips, and you had these little blond tendrils. So, so, so beautiful! And Courteney [Cox] had on a pink baby tee with a white trim.”

“Gee whiz!” Kudrow said. “I was trying to get into the character.”

Aniston later told a story about finding “Friends” clips on the Internet. “This one time I was with Courteney, and we were trying to find something to reference, an old ‘Friends’ thing,” Aniston said. “And then we stumbled on — there’s bloopers online — and we sat there at the computer like two nerds watching these bloopers laughing at ourselves.”

Aniston revealed what it’s like for her to revisit the show now. “Here’s what I love, is when I watch an episode, I’ll usually remember where we broke during the scene,” Aniston said. “You and I would always get into these fits of laughter because you had this wonderful ability to — you were about to hit your punchline, and you would do this adorable thing where you would break. You would say the punchline, and you would always turn to the audience and say, ‘I’m sorry, it’s really funny.’”

“I didn’t want to ruin it,” recalled Kudrow, who hasn’t been revisiting Phoebe. “I don’t watch the show. I’m still not watching it in the hopes that one day we sit down and watch them together.”

When it’s safe to film again, the six cast members of “Friends” will sit down together for a reunion special for HBO Max. “That will be really great,” Kudrow said. “I can’t wait to do that.”

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Jennifer Aniston donated $1 million to Color of Change, the largest online racial justice organization in the U.S., per The Mirror.

The actress quietly made her donation, but a source told the publication: “Like most people, Jen has been deeply affected by what is going on in America and the terrible injustice that people of color experience every day. She wanted to show her support, and has donated a big sum to the charity she felt resonated with her the most. The link is on her Instagram page, so her fans can also donate.”

Last week, Aniston posted a video of James Baldwin asking “how much time do you want for your progress?” Alongside the video, she wrote: “This week has been heartbreaking for so many reasons. We need to acknowledge that the racism and brutality in this country has been going on for a long time – and it’s NEVER been okay. As allies, who want equality and peace, it’s our responsibility to make noise, to demand justice, to educate ourselves on these issues, and more than anything, to spread love. How much more time are we willing to let pass without change? HOW MUCH MORE TIME? Text FLOYD to 55156 and sign the @colorofchange petition to have all four of the officers who killed #GeorgeFloyd arrested.”
If you want to support Color of Change, go to the website and click on “Join us” and/or “donate.” The organization focuses on economic justice, media justice, criminal justice, and power & voice for a reason:

“The forces that shape our lives are interrelated,” the organization says on its site. “We cannot end racism in one area without tackling it in all areas. Racist policing is propped up by racist media narratives on crime and justice. Political inequality is reinforced by economic inequality. Unlivable wages and unfair hiring practices make it easier for corporations to continue to exploit Black workers and consumers.”