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
Lionsgate Home Entertainment have announced the US DVD and Blu-ray Disc release of Weeds Season 5 on 19th January 2010. Pot-selling soccer mom Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) returns for a fifth season and has plenty of crazy problems to face.
Priced at $39.98 SRP on DVD and $39.99 SRP on Blu-ray Disc, features are outlined below…
- DVD: Anamorphic Widescreen / English DD2.0 and DD5.1
- Blu-ray: 1080P Widescreen / English 7.1 PCM and DD5.1 EX Surround
- English and Spanish subtitles
- Audio commentary on select episodes with creator Jenji Kohan plus cast and crew
- “Little Titles” intro commentaries by creator Jenji Cohen
- Gag reel
- “History of Weed” featurette
- “Yes We Cannabis” featurette
- “Crazy Love: A Guide to the Dysfunctional Relationships of Weeds” featurette
- “University of Andy” webisodes
- “Really Backstage with Kevin Nealon” featurette
The DVD set will be packaged using 100% recycled paper and DVD trays.
Elizabeth Perkins talked about the lack of acting work for women over 40 in Hollywood.
The actress said television is the place for any actress who turns 40 as they don’t demand she inject Botox and other viscous fillers into her face or undergo extreme dieting.
‘The roles are better, there’s more depth to the writing and you don’t have to pump your face full of sh** to get the part. The great thing about it [Weeds] for me is I get to play a viable woman who is still sexually desirable and who is still living her life. I’m almost 50. And I do not want to go through life looking like the Joker,’ she added.
Perkins also compared Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles to a modern-day horror show.
‘Walking down Rodeo Drive now is like a horror show. You see these 60-year-old women who do not want to look 60. It’s so screwed up.
‘When archaeologists dig up people [from today] they will say, ‘ahh this was the generation where people were obsessed with putting things [breast implants, collagen, Botox] in their bodies.’ It will seem as weird to them as people getting ribs removed in the Victorian era seems to us now.’