Elizabeth is leaving Weeds for a big-screen turn as another mother figure in “I Hop” a live-action/CG-animated comedy.
Repped by Gersh and Brillstein Entertainment Partners, is ending her five-year run on the Showtime series, for which she has earned three Emmy nominations for supporting actress in a comedy series as well as two Golden Globe noms.
I Hop is directed by Tim Hill, the April 1, 2011 release tells the tale of an out-of-work slacker (James Marsden) who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny (voiced by Russell Brand) and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst houseguest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.
Elizabeth will play Marsden’s exasperated mother in the Illumination Entertainment/Universal production. She also is developing a comedy series as a starring vehicle for herself.
I have added scans from September issue of Orange Coast magazine. Be sure to check them out at the scans section in the photo gallery. Enjoy and remember to credit Elizabeth Perkins Fan if taken! 😉
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Just uploaded scans from February 2008 issue of Diabetes Forecast magazine. Be sure to check them out at the scans section in the photo gallery. Enjoy and remember to credit Elizabeth Perkins Fan if taken! 😉
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I am so excited to be able to publish and share with all of you rare scans from the book “In The Weeds” published in 2007 by Kera Bolonik I bought 2 years ago. All the scans have been scanned exclusively for Elizabeth Perkins Fan, so kindly don’t re-post them elsewhere please!!
As you have noticed all the fan arts including the icon archive have been moved to the gallery, this way I can manage easier all the files in one gallery instead having three!!
Weeds will be broadcast on basic cable exclusively on TV Guide Network starting in September, the network announced Wednesday.
The comedy series starring Mary-Louise Parker — who’s won a Golden Globe for her performance as a suburban mom who deals pot to make ends meet after her husband’s death — becomes the third major scripted series the network has acquired in the last nine months. Continue reading