Sep 04,2014

Brooklyn promotes “Footballalentine’s Day”

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Brooklyn was promoting “Footballentine’s Day” in NYC yesterday (September 3rd). Check out all the pictures in our gallery.

  



Sep 04,2014

OK! Exclusive: Brooklyn Decker Reveals A Surprising Fun Fact About Her Husband Andy Roddick!

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OK! Exclusive: Brooklyn Decker Reveals A Surprising Fun Fact About Her Husband Andy Roddick!

By Lea Palmieri on September 4, 2014

Listen up football fans, because Brooklyn Decker is about to help make your life SO much easier—before the new NFL season has even begun! The supermodel, and big Carolina Panthers fan, has teamed up with Visa to celebrate Footballentine’s Day . This genius idea is a day, September 6th to be exact, where NFL fans can send their loved ones 18 beautiful, free (!) roses to say, ‘Hey sorry I’m going to be kinda busy watching football for the next few months and might miss a date night or two.” Brooklyn explains her favorite game day snacks, the Netflix show that makes her sob every time and a surprising fact about her husband, tennis player Andy Roddick, that we never would’ve guessed!

OKMagazine.com: Let’s talk about Footballentine’s Day! What a fun initiative that probably didn’t take much convincing to get you on board.

BD: Well I’m a big football fan so I found it to be really funny. I just thought what a really clever, fun idea to get people involved, to kick off the NFL season and to get people to check out Visa Checkout. It’s just a really fun initiative and I figure it’s going to save a lot of people a lot of time when they have to apologize for missing date night on a Sunday night.

OKMagazine.com: Between you and your husband Andy, are you the hardcore football fan? What does he get swept up in?

BD: I love football, I’m a Panthers fan, and he’s a fantasy football guy so I would send him 18 roses for missing dates on Sunday nights when I’m watching the Panthers play and he would probably send me 18 roses to apologize for constantly checking his fantasy lineup. We’re both equally accountable, but just for different things.

OKMagazine.com: Eighteen beautiful, and free, roses is a great present, but is there another gift you would love to have?

BD: I’m not a big gift person, I’d rather just spend time with somebody. For my friends’ birthdays, and for holidays with my family, instead of getting gifts we visit each other, we go take hikes together, we go on kayaking trips, things like that. Those to me are really great gifts, because we don’t have time these days so times with friends would be a better gift than anything else, aside from 18 roses of course!

OKMagazine.com: When it is game day, how do you make football attire cute? Do you do anything to jerseys to make it look feminine and fun instead of just throwing on an oversized jersey?

BD: I don’t. As bad as that sounds I don’t even try! I wear a jersey, I wear my sweatpants, I wear eye black, I go all out. There’s no time to make anything cute, I just wear the jersey as is. If you’re going to do it, commit fully.

OKMagazine.com: Do you have any game day snacks that you love to chow down on?

BD: I feel like I travel so much that I eat unhealthily all the time, I’m eating unhealthy now specifically, so I try to eat healthy on game day because it’s the one time I’m sitting down in front of my TV and can control what I’m eating. I’m not in an airport, I’m not on a set, your food’s not dictated for you. So carrots and hummus are my go-to snack for game day which is incredibly boring but I actually try to be healthy.

OKMagazine.com: When it comes to Andy, what is the girliest thing about him or something we might not know?

BD: He’s a dude, through and through, I have to say. He’s a closet musical fan. He loves musicals. He’s seen Jersey Boys four times in different cities, but that’s about it. He loves musicals which isn’t even girly at all, it’s just sort of a funny, unknown thing about him. But I find it really masculine because it’s very attractive when someone likes art like that.

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OKMagazine.com: You’re working on the new Netflix series, Grace and Frankie— are there other Netflix shows you are currently binge-watching?

BD: I am a massive House of Cards fan. I watched both seasons in two weeks. I was very behind on the Scandal craze but I’m fully caught up on all three seasons. I just started Orange is the New Black and Derek on Netflix which I feel like is a highly underrated show that not enough people watch, I cry at every single episode. It’s my favorite show on TV right now, it’s Ricky Gervais, and it’s unbelievably heartwarming. It’s just one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. It’s so good. The season is only like 7 episodes, and the season finale, I’m telling you, you will be sobbing. It’s so beautiful.

OKMagazine.com: Your new show is created by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman, and since we’re coming up on the 20th anniversary of the Friends premiere, has she shared any stories on set about the iconic sitcom?

BD: Nothing yet, but I do need to ask questions and I feel like the anniversary might prompt a few. One of my favorite episodes was when Ross had the leather pants and the flour and he couldn’t get out of the leather pants, I could ask about that.

OKMagazine.com: Yeah, ask her how on Earth they managed to keep a straight face during a scene like that!

BD: That’s great, yeah! How did you not laugh all the time? How did people not break character every take? That’s a great question.

For more information and to celebrate Footballentine’s Day, go to Visacheckout.com/flowers by Friday, September 4th at 4pm.

 

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Aug 29,2014

22 1 week Joe Morton, Geoff Stults Join Netflix’s ‘Grace and Frankie’

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Joe Morton, Geoff Stults Join Netflix’s ‘Grace and Frankie’

7:00 AM PDT 8/22/2014 by Lesley Goldberg

Scandal Emmy-winner Joe Morton, Enlisted’s Geoff Stults and Spin City’s Barry Bostwick have boarded the comedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The single-camera comedy centers on nemeses Grace (Fonda) and Frankie (Tomlin), whose lives are turned upside down when their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married. The women, much to their dismay, find that their lives are permanently intertwined and, much to their surprise, find they have each other.

Stults will recur as Mitch, Mallory’s (Brooklyn Decker) husband of seven years. The character is an OBGYN and father of two who is always on call and trying to do the best he can with juggling his husband/father and doctor duties. Stults, who most recently starred in CBS’ comedy pilot Cuz-Bros, toplined Fox’s short-lived critical darling Enlisted. The comedy remains in contention for a second season at Yahoo Screen. Stults is repped by UTA and Thruline.

Morton will appear as Jason, one of Frankie and Sol’s (Sam Waterston) oldest, dearest friends. In future episodes he will not only help Frankie navigate the world of divorce, but he will also help Sol grow more comfortable being “out.” Morton, who is poised to return to Scandal during its upcoming fourth season, will next co-star in TNT’s new drama series Proof. He’s repped by TalentWorks and Vanguard Management.

Bostwick is set as Bill, an old friend of Grace and Robert’s (Martin Sheen) who is also newly divorced and knows exactly what Grace is going through. The question is: Could he be the answer to her problems? The role marks a reunion with Stults and Morton after Bostwick guest-starred on Fox’s Enlisted and ABC’s Scandal, respectively. (Yes, Scandal fans, Fitz’s father and Olivia’s dad are both going to be on the new Netflix comedy.) He’s repped by TalentWorks and Vanguard Management.

Grace and Frankie is slated for a 2015 debut and is written and created by Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman and Howard J. Morris (TBS’ Sullivan & Son, According to Jim, Home Improvement). Kauffman, Morris, Paula Weinstein, Fonda, Tomlin and Skydance’s David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Marcy Ross are on board to executive produce. Tate Taylor (The Help) also serves as executive producer and will direct the first episode.

 

 

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Aug 29,2014

‘Grace and Frankie’ has begun filming!

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We’re very excited to announce that Brooklyn’s Netflix show Grace and Frankie has begun filming! Here are some pictures in our gallery of Brooklyn filming in LA



Aug 16,2014

Brooklyn takes on the “Ice Bucket Challenge” for ALS!

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Brooklyn was challenged to take part on the Ice Bucket Challenge to create awareness for ALS, Brooklyn took on the challenge and posted the videos in her Instagram account and you can see her husband Andy helping her complete the challenge! She challenged fellow SI models Chrissy Teigen, Kate Upton and baseball player Justin Verlander.



Jul 29,2014

Brooklyn joins Netflix series “Grace and Frankie”!

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It has just been announced that Brooklyn join the new Netflix series Grace and Frankie! Congratulations to Brooklyn on this new project!

Scoop: Brooklyn Decker, Ethan Embry Join Netflix Comedy Grace and Frankie

By Michael Slezak

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin are bound for Brooklyn, in a manner of speaking.

The screen legends’ new Netflix comedy Grace and Frankie has cast Brooklyn Decker (Friends With Better Lives) — as well as Ethan Embry (Once Upon a Time) — in series-regular roles, TVLine has learned.

Decker will play Mallory, the younger daughter of Fonda’s Grace, while Embry will play Coyote, the charismatic son of Tomlin’s Frankie.

The show is built around the premise of the titular nemeses discovering their husbands (played respectively by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) are in love with each other and plan to get married.
Decker’s Mallory is described as “a classic beauty” like her mother. Because she’s “modeled her marriage after her parents,” their impending divorce makes her doubt “all aspects of the choices she’s made in her life.”

Embry’s somewhat “self-destructive” Coyote, meanwhile, will begin the series with 90 days of sobriety under his belt, determined not to fall back into a pattern of drug abuse.

 

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