Sarah Michelle Gellar
You just knew it was only a matter of time. Sarah Michelle Gellar, who can pretty much write her own ticket in primetime and movies, is returning to the small screen in the new HBO series The Wonderful Maladys.
According to E! Online The Wonderful Maladys is a story "about three dysfunctional (are there any other kind in TV Land?) adult siblings living in New York and struggling to deal with the loss of their parents years ago."
Welcome back Gellar, TV hasn't been the same without you.
Is All My Children in danger of losing one of its brightest stars? Online RUMORS are suggesting that All My Children star, Alicia Minshew (Kendall Hart) is leaving Pine Valley. The actress has spoken out about her contract talks, saying that they are "trying to work something out." The latest RUMBLINGS? Talks are not going well.
If Alicia takes the first train out of Pine Valley I'll....
For those who may not have heard of Gellar's latest movie, according to IMDB "Veronika is a woman who wakes up in a mental institution after a failed suicide attempt. She discovers that she has a weakened heart and only days to live. The film follows her recovery as she finds true love and a new found will to survive."
Veronika Decides To Die is set to premiere in 2009.
All My Children alum Sarah Michelle Gellar is set to play a grown-up version of Alice from the childrens book classic Alice in Wonderland. The movie is based on the popular computer game American McGee's Alice from Electronic Arts Inc. and Sold-Out Software (I'm sure you gamers out there know about this stuff, but it's Greek to me!). According to Internet Movie Database and MTV, in the flick Gellar's Alice returns to Wonderland as a disturbed young woman, following the death of her parents. After slaying vampires and contending with Erica Kane, this video game flick brought to life sounds right up Gellar's alley!