Category: News

EPF becomes the official web site of Elizabeth Perkins

Friday, Apr 1, 2011

In the spirit of today’s “Hop”release in theaters. I am so pleased to announce that Elizabeth Perkins Fan has become the official web site of the Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins. This site is now endorsed and approved by Elizabeth herself. In case you didn’t know she does visit it often since long time ago! She reads all your comments and she is also very grateful for all your support which makes us love her even more!!

So take a look around the site because there are some changes included a fan book where all of you can leave your messages for Elizabeth. Plus, thanks to everyone that has followed us here since the opening on June 2006 as a fansite and welcome to all the Elizabeth’s fans that are just discovering and visiting the site. Pure good things are most certainly ahead for Elizabeth Perkins and we will keep you all updated and please don’t forget to always leave your comments and inquiries about the site!!

The only official networking profiles are as follow:

Elizabeth to star in CBS’ comedy “Vince Uncensored”

Wednesday, Mar 23, 2011

I have big and really exciting news for all of you. Elizabeth Perkins has signed up for a role in the CBS pilot “Vince Uncensored”. The comedy stars (No Ordinary Family’s Michael Chiklis) as a man called Vince who decides to take a more honest approach to life.

The multicamera comedy, which is being executive produced by Conan O’Brien’s company Conaco, written by Phoef Sutton and to be directed by Kelsey Grammer,  centers on Vince (Chiklis), a family man who experiences a medical problem and starts to speak the truth and live in the moment much to the chagrin of his family. Elizabeth will play Vince’s wife, a teacher who deals patiently with his new candid personality.

Will Gluck Producing About Last Night Remake!

Friday, Jan 21, 2011

Variety reports that Will Gluck is attached to produce a remake of Screen Gems’ 1986 comedy About Last Night, which starred Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Jim Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins.

Gluck will produce through his Olive Bridge Productions and will help recruit a director and writer.

The original film was directed by Edward Zwick and based on David Mamet’s 1974 play “Sexual Perversity in Chicago,” about a couple who start a romantic affair despite their friends’ disapproval.

Happy 50th Birthday Elizabeth Perkins!!

Thursday, Nov 18, 2010

Dear Eliz, I just wanna start out by wishing you a Happy Birthday!! You’re one of the most wonderful and talented people on earth. You’re an inspiration to many, but especially for me. I wish you nothing less to stay as you are now – successful, beautiful, loved, talented and more. Be always happy and enjoy everthing you have and accomplished because you only deserve pure great things. I hope you have an amazing day surrounded by the people who mean the most to you!! Love you tons!! -LaLa

Click here to access our special birthday page with birthday messages and if you’re not there you can post your message in comments here!

“National Weeds Awareness Week” on TV Guide

Monday, Oct 11, 2010

I just wanted to let you know that next week is “National Weeds Awareness Week” on TV Guide Network. The six-day marathon of “Weeds” kicks off on Sunday, October 17 at 9pm ET/PT airing seasons 1-3 and runs each night from 9pm to 2am ET/PT until Friday, October 22.  And to keep “Weeds” awareness strong following the television marathon, TV Guide Network will air four back-to-back episodes of “Weeds” every Sunday at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT starting October 24.

“Weeds” has received multiple awards including: 10 Golden Globe® nominations, including one win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Mary-Louise Parker); 19 Emmy® nominations, including nods for Best Comedy Series, Best Actress (Mary-Louise Parker), Best Supporting Actress (Elizabeth Perkins) and Best Directing; and multiple Screen Actors Guild® Award nominations for Mary-Louise Parker and the entire ensemble.

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Happy 50th Anniversary The Flintstones!!

Thursday, Sep 30, 2010

The Flintstones cartoon series celebrated its 50th anniversary and the Google search engine honored the iconic 1960s stone-age family with a “Google Doodle” on its front page.

The show ran from 1960 to 1966 and featured the voices of Alan Reed as Fred Flintstone, Jean Vander Pyl as his wife Wilma, Bea Benaderet as their neighbor Betty Rubble and Mel Blanc, the voice of Bugs Bunny, as her husband and Fred Flinstone’s pal Barney.

The series spurred several television specials, as well as the 1994 movie The Flintstones, which starred John Goodman, Elizabeth Perkins, Rosie O’Donnel and Rick Moranis. The movie helped launch the career of Halle Berry, who played a sexy secretary.