Greg from Sinful Clothing just e-mailed me these photos of Emmanuelle modeling their clothing! She looks adorable! You can see 2 photos by clicking on the thumbnail image to the left of this post.
Make sure you go over to Sinful Clothing.com and order some of their stuff!
Screen Media Films has picked up domestic distribution rights for Women in Trouble and plans to release the R-rated comedy on November 13, 2009.
The news broke on Variety last week, but I saved it to spotlight a particularly funny movie. I had the opportunity to see this film at the South by Southwest Film Festival and it was hilarious. I was skeptical at first because writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez had also scripted Gothika and Snakes on a Plane, but this is completely different. While his previous scripts were laughable, this movie is packed with laughs.
An interconnected plot weaves between a cast of female characters, including a porn star (Carla Gugino), two prostitutes (Adrianne Palicki from “Friday Night Lights” and Emmanuelle Chriqui from “Entourage”), a flight attendant (Marley Shelton) and her Mile High fling (Josh Brolin), and a therapist (Sarah Clarke). Plus a celebrity interviewer cameo for Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Female audiences will love strong, funny ladies and men can enjoy a little eye candy for themselves.
From News In Film
I have just added 330 captures of Emmanuelle from the WPIX Morning Show from earlier this week. Click on the thumbnails below to see all the caps!
Emmanuelle was at the Svedka Vodka Sessions in New York City this week. She was photographed with friend (and “Entourage” co-star) Malin Akerman and DJ/music producer Mark Ronson… There are 17 photos in the gallery – you can view them by clicking on the thumbnails below!
Emmanuelle was interviewed on the WPIX Morning Show in New York City this morning, July 23. Check out an article and stream the interview below!
Actress Emmanuelle Chriqui stopped by to talk about her role as Sloan McQuewick in the hit HBO series Entourage.
According to HBO, the show follows “the day-to-day life of Vincent (Vince) Chase, a hot young actor in modern-day Hollywood, and his entourage. He’s brought with him from their hometown in Queens, NY: manager Eric, half-brother Drama, and friend Turtle. The series draws on the experiences of industry insiders to illustrate both the heady excesses of today’s celebrity lifestyle, as well as the difficulty of finding love and success in the fast track of show biz. Now that the boys are getting used to the perks of stardom, Eric, along with superagent Ari, keep Vince’s star rising while making sound decisions for a long-lasting career in a world of fleeting fame.”
Chriqui was born in Montreal, Quebec, to Moroccan immigrants. She gueststarred in many series such as Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1991), Once a Thief (1997), and PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996). Her first Hollywood role was in Detroit Rock City (1999). Her breakout performance came in 2000s Snow Day (2000), in which she played the foxy Claire Bonner.
Chriqui later starred in several films and was nominated for a DVD Exclusive Award as Best Actress for her performance in 100 Girls (2000). She also starred in the movie Adam and Eve (2005), opposite Cameron Douglas and You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008), opposite Adam Sandler.
Entourage air Sundays at 10:30 on HBO. For more information, visit www.hbo.com/entourage.
I’ve added 248 HQ captures of Emmanuelle from her appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” from this Moday. The interview was short, but it was cute… Jimmy even brought a gift basket of Canadian “junk” food for Emmanuelle – which she seemed to enjoy. LOL
Click on the thumbnails below to see all the caps.
I have uploaded 214 HQ captures of Emmanuelle from this week’s episode of “Entourage” titled “Amongst Friends”. We saw a bit of Sloan and then *poof* she was gone again. Hopefully, she’ll return again soon in the season!
Click on the thumbnails below to see all the captures.
I have uploaded captures from Emmanuelle’s guest appearances on the TV show “The OC”. She appeared in two episodes – “The Ex-Factor” and “The Accomplice”… You can view captures from both episodes by clicking on the thumbnails below.
After two years of pestering celebrities, I still get the same questions at parties and at, well, more parties. Who is the nicest celebrity? Who is the biggest jerk? Who is the smartest, the stupidest?
Being a gentleman, I politely respond: Wait for my tell-all book. But I can say I have learned that British celebrities are the funniest, American stars the most cautious, and Canadian artists the happiest. Draw your own cultural conclusions.
And the happiest of said gleeful lot has to be Montreal-born actor Emmanuelle Chriqui, a.k.a. Sloan McQuewick in the hit dramedy Entourage (now in its sixth season on HBO Canada).
Having worked her way up from sought-after child actor (with dozens of credits in such family-friendly material as Are You Afraid of the Dark ?, Snow Day and The Adventures of Sinbad ) to adult co-star (the Adam Sandler vehicle You Don’t Mess with the Zohan , and the upcoming Saint John of Las Vegas , wherein she plays a disabled stripper no less), Chriqui’s career trajectory gives her every reason to be sunny. She’s too busy to be otherwise.
Another truism gleaned from this job: People who survive childhood fame to become successful adults do not always end up sleeping in oxygen tanks and becoming best friends with chimpanzees.
Entourage has been described as Sex and the City for men. Are the female characters secondary?
Yes. I think in the past, that was definitely true. I think, in all fairness though, the show was created for the boys – it’s their journey, from New York and coming to L.A., finding superstardom and all the stuff that goes with that. The show’s really been about their path, so the women have been, you know, accents. But, I feel as though the show is evolving. As our characters are growing up and their priorities are shifting, we are seeing the women behind the men. I feel in this season, that relationship is explored so much more.
Your character has a turbulent, on-off relationship with the character ‘E’ [Kevin Connolly], and you are in three upcoming films. Is this perhaps your last season?
Um … I … don’t think so … Ha I don’t think so. I think that, oh, I think that there’s just a lot to look forward to. Unfortunately, I so can’t give you details. But it’s very up and down, and surprising, and it’s great. But I don’t think we’ve seen the last of Sloan.
So, you’ll continue with the show?
I would love to. I love working on this show. I love it so much – after this many years, it does feel like a family. It’s kind of astonishing. We shoot this half-hour show, totally on location, and it feels like we’re making mini movies every week. And with the guest stars, and everything, there’s just such a great rhythm to it now. And I love that it takes virtually no time. Four months of my year, then the rest of the year I can do movies. So, yeah, I would love to continue on the show.
What’s the most Entourage -like thing you’ve ever done?
Oh my God, this is bad, but I did do something that was totally “celebrity” once. I had to go to Europe, and my passport was almost expired, and I was in Toronto, and in a complete panic, and I went to the passport office and told them I needed it done in a rush – and a “rush” is like, minimum 10 days – and the clerk looks at me and says: “Are you the girl from Entourage ?” And I totally charmed them. I said, “Yes, I am. Thank you for recognizing me.” Then the clerk went into the office and brought out her supervisor, another officer, and they talked to each other, and they were looking at me, and I was smiling and smiling, and then, like, in 10 minutes, I had my passport. It was kind of a bad thing to do, but I thought, okay, I am going to use my celebrity this once, I am desperate
« Older Entries