Worked With:

Eric McCormack


Seth Green


Kevin Zegers


Hope Davis


Sarah Roemer


Jennifer Love Hewitt


Eddie Jemison


James Roday


Alfred Molina


Jessica Simpson


Emma Roberts

Rachael Leigh Cook News





'Perception's' Eric McCormack: 'Some Of Our Strongest' Episodes Ahead

February 25th, 2014 12:10pm EST
'Perception's' Eric McCormack: 'Some Of Our Strongest' Episodes
TNT's Perception is back to air the final four episodes of its sophomore season, with Dr. Daniel Pierce and his FBI partner Kate Moretti out to close more cases. BFTV spoke last week with series star Eric McCormack, who plays the crazy brilliant Daniel, about the remaining installments and the evolution of Perception.

After all, between the first and second seasons, we see many series find out what works and what doesn't, leading to tweaks and alterations. How has Perception changed over its sophomore cycle? "The biggest change has been introducing Scott Wolf to the show," Eric said, refer...
READ MORE

Rachael Leigh Cook, Scott Wolf Preview 'Perception' Season Finale

August 20th, 2013 2:15pm EDT
Perception
Their characters might be splitsville on TNT's Perception, but Rachael Leigh Cook and Scott Wolf get along famously. The charismatic pair - who play FBI agent Kate Moretti and her AUSA ex-husband Donnie Ryan on the drama - joined BFTV recently to dish on the season finale, which puts both characters in hot water, and if there's any chance for fresh sparks between the former spouses.

What did Rachael think when she got the news that Scott would be playing her ex? "I was thrilled that he took the job, of course. Please," she gushed. "Like, nobody in town has a better reputation than Scott Wo...
READ MORE

'Perception' Star Rachel Leigh Cook Is Pregnant

May 8th, 2013 8:52am EDT
Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael Leigh Cook and her husband Daniel Gillies are expecting their first baby together. The actress broke the news after realizing she could no longer hide her baby bump on the set of her TV series "Perception."

She told UsMagazine.com: "I've been hiding my rapidly growing bump while shooting, but this kiddo is vying for screen time. We clearly have a future actor on our hands."

Cook and Gillies wed in 2004. They are co-starring in the upcoming film "Broken Kingdom," which Gillies also directed.

Cook is known for the films "She's All That," "Josie and the Pussycats" and "Antitrust."  ...
READ MORE

Blu-ray Review: 'She's All That'

January 5th, 2012 11:45am EST
She's all That photo
Ready to go from dirty duckling to swaying swan all over again? Then check out the famed geek to chic teen outing "She’s All That," hitting Blu-ray on Jan. 3 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. To be young again!

Title: "She’s All That"

Grade: 4

Cast: Freddie Prinze Jr., Rachael Leigh Cook, Matthew Lillard

Director: Robert Iscove

Rating: PG-13

Runtime: 96 minutes

Release Company: Lionsgate

Website: www.lionsgatebluray.com

The Flick: A glossy homage to the John Hughes school of teen angst, "She’s All That" works on many levels. The script, taken from Shaw’s 'Pygmalio...
READ MORE

Rachael Leigh Cook: 'I Remember Gaining Quite A Bit Of Weight'

October 22nd, 2010 11:36am EDT
Rachael Leigh Cook
Actress Rachael Leigh Cook battled "food issues" as a teenager after she gained weight on the set of her first movie and lost confidence in her looks.

The She's All That star made her big screen debut at the age of 15 in 1995's The Babysitter's Club, and Cook admits she over-indulged in the free food on set. The 31 year old reveals her self-esteem reached an all-time low when her weight ballooned and she "went too far in the other direction" as she strived to slim down.

She tells Fox News, "I remember gaining quite a bit of weight on the first movie that I worked on because, 'Hey, free ...
READ MORE

Unrealistic Prom Scenes On Film

May 27th, 2009 2:22pm EDT
Carrie
It's called by many names in cinema, but the big high school dance, the one where Cinderellas step out in glass slippers and the ugly ducklings start singing their swan songs, is generally known as Prom. They take place everywhere from gymnasiums to four-star hotels, but frequently end in drunkenness and frustrated hopes of losing one's virginity. Here are few examples of Prom Nights that give high school juniors and seniors everywhere unrealistic expectations, and what you can learn from them:

Carrie. Based on Stephen King's novel, this classic horror film teaches us not to make...
READ MORE

Slideshow: Cute As A Button

August 1st, 2008 8:28am EDT
Renee Zellweger
Some stars are drop dead gorgeous, while others swing high on the cute scale. These stars may not be Hollywood's most glamorous, but they certainly score a perfect 10 for their cute factor.

Christina Ricci

-Christina Ricci Pictures

Reese Witherspoon

-Reese Witherspoon Pictures

Renee Zellwegger

-Renee Zellwegger Pictures

ER doc Parminder Nagra

-Parminder Nagra Pictures

Big Love wife Ginnifer Goodwin

-Ginnifer Goodwin Pictures

Maggie Gyllenhaa...
READ MORE

The Best Movies About Summer Camp

May 16th, 2008 8:30am EDT
Camp Nowhere
Ahh, summer camp. It conjures up musty cabins, s'mores, mosquitoes, swimming, summer romance, and much more. Once kids have the summer sun in their sight line, they're ready to toss aside their textbooks and number 2 pencils for the dewy grass and sparkling lakes that only summer camp can provide. Want to get a jump start on the seasonal spirit? Then check out the following summer camp films:

Fat Camp

Judd Apatow's (Knocked Up, Superbad) first foray into film was with the 1995 childhood classic Heavyweights, so it should be no surprise that it has taken the "Best Film About Fat...
READ MORE

Celebrity Birthdays, October 4

October 4th, 2007 3:00am EDT
Alicia Silverstone
Happy Birthday to actress Rachel Leigh Cook (1979), actress Alicia Silverstone (1976), actor Liev Schreiber (1967), Cuban singer Jon Secada (1961), musician Afrika Bambaataa (1960), Pet Shop Boys singer Chris Lowe (1959), actor Armand Assante (1949), Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon (1946), vampire novelist Anne Rice (1941), actor and former NRA spokesman Charlton Heston (1924), comedian Buster Keaton (1895), and 19th President of the United States Rutherford B. Hayes (1822).
READ MORE

'The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion' Stuns 'Gears of War' At Spike TV Video Game Awards 2006

December 12th, 2006 11:26am EST
Oblivion
In a result that will surely send fanboys into a rage, action-RPG The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion beat out favorite Gears of War for Game of the Year at Spike TV Video Game Awards 2006. You can watch the star-studded event on Spike TV this Wednesday, December 13, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. List of nominees below, winners in bold:

GAME OF THE YEAR

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Bethesda)

Okami (Capcom/Clover Studio)

Gears of War (Microsoft/Epic Games)

Guitar Hero 2 (Red Octane/Harmonix)

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft)

CRITIC'S CHOICE

(game to be release...
READ MORE

Celebrity Birthdays, October 4

October 4th, 2006 3:00am EDT
Alicia Silverstone
Happy Birthday to actress Rachel Leigh Cook (1979), actress Alicia Silverstone (1976), actor Liev Schreiber (1967), Cuban singer Jon Secada (1961), musician Afrika Bambaataa (1960), Pet Shop Boys singer Chris Lowe (1959), actor Armand Assante (1949), Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon (1946), vampire novelist Anne Rice (1941), actor and former NRA spokesman Charlton Heston (1924), comedian Buster Keaton (1895), and 19th President of the United States Rutherford B. Hayes (1822).
READ MORE

Michael Madson And Others Lend Voices To 'Yakuza'

June 16th, 2006 3:00pm EDT
Michael Madson
of America, Inc. today announced the celebrity cast for its upcoming video game, Yakuza. Slated for release on Sept. 5th 2006, the critically acclaimed game is currently being localized for a western audience. To ensure a fully cinematic experience for players, the game will feature the distinctive voice work of Hollywood actors including Michael Rosenbaum, Michael Madsen, Eliza Dushku, Rachel Leigh Cook, and Mark Hamill to compliment its stunning visuals and engaging storyline.

Yakuza, scripted by noted Japanese novelist Hase Seishu, features an intricate storyline driven by loyalty, ...
READ MORE

TNT To Air 12-Hour 'Into The West' Marathon

May 28th, 2006 11:00am EDT
Into The West
Into the West, an ambitious 12-hour part historical drama, will be shown in a marathon on Monday, May 29, 6 a.m.-6 p.m. on TNT. Produced by Steven Spielberg, "Into the West" explores the American West through the eyes of settlers and Native Americans.

Each of these groups has distinct points of view on the state of affairs during the period from 1825 to 1890. Throughout the series, the two groups experience historical and cultural events that eventually lead to an "epic clash of culture." The series has a large cast, including Sean Astin, Tom Berenger, Beau Bridges, Gary Busey, Rachae...
READ MORE

VH1 Counts Down Top 100 Toys Of All Time

March 1st, 2006 2:30am EST
Transformers
VH1 proves that you are never too old to love toys with its latest countdown of the 100 most famous toys from your childhood. From board games to dolls to video games and those gadgets you couldn't live without, VH1 will count down the top 100 toys of all time with "I Love Toys, premiering Monday-Friday, March 6 - 10, beginning at 9PM ET/PT each night.

From Lego to Mr. Potato Head to Barbie and Candy Land, the offbeat nostalgia show will bring viewers an in depth look at the wonderful world of toys that defined pop culture during their youth. The journey to rank the top 100 toys of al...
READ MORE