Keri Russell will play scheming starlet Eve in the Actors’ Fund one-night-only reading of “All About Eve.”
Russell, whose screen credits include TV skein “Felicity” and the upcoming Adam Sandler pic “Bedtime Stories,” joins a cast that already includes Annette Bening (as Margo Channing), Angela Lansbury, Cynthia Nixon, Peter Gallagher, Joel Grey and Jennifer Tilly, among others.
Event is a benefit for the Actors’ Fund, a service org for performers and behind-the-scenes professionals. Helmed by John Erman, reading is set for Nov. 10 at Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theater.
Actress Keri Russell (”Felicity,” ”Waitress”) will join Mayor Daley to light the city’s holiday tree in Daley Plaza at noon Dec. 2. Russell, who will be seen with Adam Sandler in the upcoming holiday flick ”Bedtime Stories,” has partnered with Underwriter Laboratories — responsible for lighting the 2008 Chicago tree — for a program stressing safety over the holiday season.
Disney put official site now. You can watch trailer, read about a film, check gallery. Go and check it out. Looks really nice.
Bedtime Stories – Official site
Keri is on the cover Lucky December issue. We will have scans when the mag hit newsstands.
Welcome back guys. We’re back. We changed the host. Thanks to Gertie over fan-sites.org for hosting the site. I have added new candids to gallery and new promo pictures from Bedtime Stories.
– Out and about: October 20 2008
– Out and about: October 21 2008
– Out and about: October 27 2008
– Promo Pictures Bedtime Stories
I have added first promo pictures for keri upcoming movie Bedtime Stories. She looks so cute.
– Promo pictures Bedtime Stories
You can watch first trailer for this movie here. It looks cute and funny. Bedtime Stories hits theaters on December 25th 2008
Keri and River go for a stroll near their Brooklyn home in New York.
– Out and about: September 14 2008
Edward Norton’s newest project sounds like an interesting one. Leaves of Grass is being described as a comedic thriller about twin brothers, both portrayed by Norton, one an Ivy League philosophy professor, the other a small-time but brilliant pot grower. The professor is lured back to his Oklahoma hometown by his brother for a doomed scheme against a local drug lord, and a collection of dangerous hijinks ensue. Continue reading New project for Keri?