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Hilarie Burton, who is guest starring in tomorrow’s episode of “Lethal Weapon,” opened up about what it was like to work with Damon Wayans and Clayne Crawford on the set of the FOX buddy cop series.
“I can’t tell you how much I love Damon Wayans,” Burton told TVLine of the actor who plays Roger Murtaugh on the show. “He was incredibly kind to me and I may have geeked out over my ’90s memories of ‘Major Payne’ and ‘In Living Color.’ He’s an icon!”
Hilarie and Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be in attendance for The Adrienne Shelly 10th Anniversary. Described as a “a memorable evening honoring Adrienne and women in film,” Hilarie will participate in a reading Adrienne’s “The O Letters”.
The event is Monday, December 5, 2016 from 7pm to 10pm at Angel Orensanz, 172 Norfolk Street, New York City.
Other guests include:
Chana and Cliff Chenfeld
Cheryl Hines and Robert Kennedy Jr.
Michal and Dan Katcher
Addie Lane and Jeremy Sisto
Cricket Lengyel and Andrew Stewart
Jacqueline LiCalzi and Jill Schlesinger
Erika and Steve Rossa
Julie and Paul Rudd
Allison and Craig Schlanger
While we’d use many a different term to describe either Riggs or Murtaugh from “Lethal Weapon,” we’re not sure that “fashionable” would be particularly high on the list. These are guys who are skilled at many different things, in particular taking down bad guys using almost any tool at their disposal.
Moving into next week’s “Fashion Police,” we could see them at first in unfamiliar territory; luckily, they may not have to stay in the world of fashion for long, given that we’re eventually going to get into deeper investigation into the drug trade. This should prove entertaining, and if you’re not interested enough in the case-of-the-week on its own, you’ve also got an appearance coming up from “White Collar” alum Hilarie Burton, otherwise known as someone we’ll never tire of seeing on TV.
Hilarie Burton will make her return to crime dramas as it was just announced that the former One Tree Hill actress has been cast in Fox’s new drama, Lethal Weapon, and is set to play as an investigator with the Unites States Drug Enforcement Agency, according to TVLine.
One Tree Hill fans continue to be divided on which leading lady belonged with Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), but the one thing everyone who watched the long-running WB/CW series can agree on is that there were a million reasons why the high school basketball star was worth fighting over.
Though there was plenty of drama in Tree Hill over the course of 9 seasons, few storylines were as important as the ever-fluctuating Peyton/Lucas/Brooke triangle. And while Lucas ultimately ended up with Peyton, it turns out, that wasn’t always going to be the case.
When People’s Choice caught up with Burton at the InsideOTH Convention in North Carolina last month, we asked her if she always knew that Leyton (Peyton + Lucas, obviously) was endgame.
Hilarie has signed on for another benefit! Here is the official article, regarding it.
RHINEBECK – In collaboration with the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, Families for Astor Committee, that supports the work of Astor Services for Children & Families, a non-profit organization that provides children’s mental health services, child welfare services, and early childhood development programs in the mid-Hudson Valley and the Bronx, is hosting Ghostories, a benefit gala and performance on Saturday, October 1, at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
A romance novelist with writer’s block and a celebrity chef suffering from a bad review accidentally end up staying at the same French villa for the summer. As they attempt to share the house and mend their personal lives, they find that what they’re really missing is more of a personal matter.
In 1979, an Indian family moves to America with hopes of living the American Dream. While their 10-year-old boy Smith falls head-over-heels for the girl next door, his desire to become a "good old boy" propels him further away from his family's ideals than ever before.
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