•• Elizabeth Perkins has joined to the select list of celebrities who have had their Twitter accounts verified. Elizabeth’s account which has almost 4k followers received the blue verification logo last night, Tuesday May 8, 2012.
Twitter uses the blue badge to help users to differentiate the real accounts of the personalities recognized from the false created by users. If you are not following her, go and follow @ElizbethPerkins. 🙂
•• Elizabeth Perkins will co-star Sarah Chalke in the new ABC pilot “How to Live With Your Parents For The Rest Of Your Life”.
A multi-camera project executive-produced by Claudia Lonow, How to Live With Your Parents for the Rest of Your Life centers on Polly (Sarah Chalke), a recently divorced single mom who moves back in with her eccentric parents, Elaine (Elizabeth Perkins) and Max, a couple who’s full of life but knows no boundaries. The search for an actor to play Polly’s dad continues.
•• The winning family pic co-directed by Lee Unkrich and Andrew Stanton, finds 3D re-release on September 14th this year, after first debuting on May 30th, 2003. Alexander Gould, Willem Dafoe, Erica Beck, Elizabeth Perkins, Allison Janney, Barry Humphries, Geoffrey Rush, Vicki Lewis, John Ratzenberger, Stephen Root, Erik Per Sullivan, Brad Garret, Eric Bana and Andrew Stanton form the rest of the talented voice cast. Finding Nemo was nominated for four Academy Awards, and won Best Animated Feature.
•• In the colorful and warm tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, a Clownfish named Marlin lives safe and secluded in a quiet cul-de-sac with his only son, Nemo. Fearful of the ocean and its unpredictable risks, he struggles to protect his son. Nemo, like all young fish, is eager to explore the mysterious reef. When Nemo is unexpectedly taken far from home and thrust into a dentist’s office fish tank, Marlin finds himself the unlikely hero on an epic journey to rescue his son. In his quest, Marlin is joined by a good Samaritan named Dory, a Regal Blue Tang fish with the worst short-term memory and biggest heart in the entire ocean. As the two fish continue on their journey, encountering numerous dangers, Dory’s optimism continually forces Marlin to find the courage to take risks and overcome his fears. In doing so, Marlin gains the ability to trust and believe, like Dory, that things will work out in the end. Confronting seabirds, sewer systems, and even man himself, father and son’s fateful separation ends in triumph. And the once-fearful Marlin becomes a true hero in the eyes of his son, and the entire ocean.