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June 10, 2024 Movies, News

Jennifer Love Hewitt (9-1-1) is starring in, directing and executive producing Lifetime‘s The Holiday Junkie (wt). The film, inspired by Hewitt’s personal relationship with the holiday and the loss of her mother, is positioned as a tentpole of the network’s 2024 It’s a Wonderful Lifetime movie slate.

This marks Hewitt’s return to Lifetime. She headlined and produced the hit 2010 original movie The Client List. Its success spawned a TV series, also starring and executive produced by Hewitt, which ran for two seasons.

The Holiday Junkie (wt) will be a family affair, with Hewitt’s husband, Brian Hallisay, co-starring and their children will also appearing in the film.

It follows the decorating and planning service company run by Andie (Hewitt) and her mother Mimi. After Mimi passes away, Andie is forced to face her first Christmas without her mother and carry The Holiday Junkie torch on her own. Despite the challenges, Andie may also find some love at Christmas along the way!

“Jennifer is beloved by Lifetime and our viewers,” said Elaine Frontain Bryant, EVP, Head of Programming Genres for A&E, Lifetime and LMN. “We’re excited to work with her again on this special project near and dear to her and to have it as one of our cornerstones for our It’s a Wonderful Lifetime slate.”

The Holiday Junkie is produced for by Elman Films in association with MarVista Entertainment. Julianna Hays, Larry Grimaldi, Hannah Pillemer and Fernando Szew executive produce for MarVista. Neil Elman and Kate Tumanova produce for Elman Films. Hewitt directs from a script written by Anna White based on a story by Hewitt; Hewitt and White also executive produce.

“To be able to direct and be in this movie with my husband is such a special opportunity. And to be back home with Lifetime feels as right as Christmas magic!” said Hewitt.

Last year, Hewitt launched the marketing and consumer brand The Holiday Junkie. Hewitt is releasing a similarly themed book as the film, titled Inheriting Magic, due out Dec. 10 through BenBella Books.

Hewitt stars in ABC’s 9-1-1. Her TV resume also includes Party of Five, Time of Your Life, Criminal Minds, Hot in Cleveland and the Hallmark film The Lost Valentine. She is repped by Vault Entertainment and Hirsch Wallerstein. Hallisay, whose credits include The Client List series, 9-1-1 and Revenge, is repped by Entertainment 360 and Jackoway Austen.

Source: Deadline

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May 24, 2024 Videos

Jennifer Love Hewitt was a guest on “The Talk” today! Check out clips from her appearance in the videos below.

The Talk – Jennifer Love Hewitt Reacts to Adele Being A Fan Of ‘9-1-1’

The Talk – Jennifer Love Hewitt Shares A Dream About Amanda’s Late Husband

Jennifer Love Hewitt Reacts to New ‘9-1-1’ Fan Adele | The Talk
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May 21, 2024 Interviews, Videos

Jennifer Love Hewitt has opened up about the upcoming ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ reboot, revealing her thoughts on the project and its impact on the horror genre. As a pivotal cast member of the original film, Hewitt’s insight into the new adaptation offers fans a glimpse into what they can expect from the modern retelling of this iconic story.

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May 17, 2024 Movies, News

Sony announced on Thursday that its new I Know What You Did Last Summer film from director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson (Do Revenge) will be released via Columbia Pictures on July 18, 2025.

Written by Kaytin Robinson & Sam Lansky, off a script by Leah McKendrick, the film’s plot is under wraps for now, but stars Freddie Prinze Jr. and Jennifer Love Hewitt are expected to return. Neal Moritz is producing.

Launching the careers of Hewitt, Prinze, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillippe, the franchise kicked off with 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer, which introduced viewers to four friends who’ve accidentally run over a pedestrian while driving on a coastal road one night. In their panic, they decide to dispose of the body in the ocean and vow never to speak of the incident again. However, a year later, they start receiving cryptic messages from someone who seems to know about their dark secret. The situation escalates as they are stalked and attacked by a mysterious figure wielding a hook.

The success of the original film led to a number of sequels, including 1998’s I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and 2006’s I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer. In 2021, the franchise was reimagined as a television series that debuted on Prime Video.

News of the date for I Know What You Did Last Summer follows Universal’s announcement of numerous pieces of release date news. This included Blumhouse’s thriller The Woman in the Yard being set to open on Friday, March 28, 2025, with Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse’s Drop debuting on Friday, April 11, 2025 and Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 to scare up box office on Friday, December 5, 2025.

Also announced was the fact that Blumhouse’s The Black Phone 2 will shift from June 27, 2025 to Friday, October 17, 2025, with Blumhouse’s M3GAN 2.0 shifting from from May 16, 2025 into the June slot. All of the Uni films will open wide.

Source: Deadline

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May 12, 2024 Gallery Updates, TV Shows

I have added 532 high definition screen captures of Jennifer Love Hewitt from this week’s episode of “9-1-1” into our photo gallery.

Click on the preview thumbnails or links below to be taken to the latest additions.

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— By JenniferComments Off on Jennifer Love Hewitt Teases 9-1-1’s Big Wedding and Why Maddie and Chimney Are ‘Magical’ Together
May 1, 2024 Interviews, TV Shows

Wedding bells are about to ring on 9-1-1. Well, probably.

In promos for the new episode, airing Thursday, May 2 on ABC, the groom, Howard “Chimney” Han (Kenneth Choi) is missing and without his tuxedo while his groomsmen, Buck (Oliver Stark) and Eddie (Ryan Guzman), look disheveled as they try to recover from a Hangover-like bachelor party. The bride, Maddie Buckley (Jennifer Love Hewitt), meanwhile, is stressed and ultimately runs out of the venue to find Chimney.

But before fans can find out what all that’s about — and if the wedding will even happen — Hewitt, 45, shares in the exclusive behind-the-scenes video above why she has been rooting for Maddie and Chimney since the very beginning.

“My very first day of work, Tim [Minear, an executive producer] was like, ‘What do you want to do on 9-1-1 as Maddie?'” Hewitt recalls of joining the cast in season 2. “I said, ‘I want Maddie to fall in love with Chimney.’ And he was like, ‘Why? You guys just met.’ I was like, ‘There is just something about him that feels right for her and I think it would be really good. And we got to do it!”

She adds, “It’s just been amazing. [Choi is] like truly one of my favorite people on the earth and we just love Maddie and Chimney so much together. And the audience really responded to it and when that happens, it’s just like magical.”

As for the wedding itself, Hewitt admits, “it has been a long time coming. I think it feels more like that for the audience than for us. I think they’ve been waiting a long time, but I’m excited. It’s really good.”

Hewitt, who shares three children with her husband of more than a decade, actor Brian Hallisay since 2013, also shared the moment she was able to have as Maddie that she didn’t experience in preparation for her own wedding.

“It was very sweet. Alayna [Bell-Price], the costume designer on the show, actually made like a real bridal suite because I didn’t get to do that in my own life,” Hewitt says. “So we go in and there were all these dresses. It was really nice. I think someone in the room cried even. It wasn’t me this time. I usually cry but I didn’t.”

When they found the dress Maddie would ultimately wear, they knew it. “It just felt like Maddie to us, so we were really excited about it.”

Source: People