Posted by on 4 October 2013 with Comments Off on Screen Media Goes ‘Back In The Day’ With Michael Rosenbaum

via Deadline: Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville, Breaking In) wrote, directed, and stars in the raunchy high school reunion comedy Back In The Day, which Screen Media Films scooped up and will release to theaters and on VOD. Morena Baccarin, Nick Swardson, Harland Williams, Sarah Colonna, and Isaiah Mustafa co-star in Rosenbaum’s helming debut, which follows Jim Owens (Rosenbaum) as he hits his high school reunion and wrangles his now-married friends together

Posted by on 26 September 2013 with Comments Off on Morena Baccarin, from ‘lizard to human being’ to mom

From USA Today: Morena Baccarin admits she’s ready for her baby to arrive. “I’m getting tired and uncomfortable,” she says in an interview ahead of Sunday’s third-season premiere for Showtime’s Homeland. And don’t ask about whether she and her hubby, director Austin Chick, are having a boy or a girl. “We know, but we’re keeping it a secret,” says Baccarin, with a sly smile. The actress, who joked with USA

Posted by on 23 September 2013 with 1 Comment

I have added a bunch of photos from pre-Emmy events, the Emmys themselves and the after party that Morena attended. Unfortunately, Morena and Homeland did not win big last night (co-star Claire Danes did win, however, and the show won an award for writing), but it is a huge honor to have been nominated. Each album is linked below.

Posted by on 20 September 2013 with 1 Comment

Morena’s segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live has been posted on the show’s YouTube Channel. The interview is in two parts, and they are both embedded below.

Posted by on 20 September 2013 with 1 Comment

Last night, Morena attended a pre-emmy parted hosted by Los Angeles Confidential magazine (of which she is September’s cover star). Around 50 images have been added to the gallery.

Posted by on 18 September 2013 with Comments Off on Emmys Watch: Morena Baccarin on ‘Homeland’

The New York Times’ Arts Beat has posted an interview with Morena about Homeland. With her otherworldly aura, Morena Baccarin seemed a natural for science-fiction roles like Inara Serra, a 26th-century courtesan from the planet Sihnon in Josh Whedon’s “Firefly,” and Anna, the leader of the alien Visitors in “V” on ABC. But it is Showtime’s “Homeland” that has allowed Ms. Baccarin to run the gamut of human emotions. As