Meg Ryan has been “living quietly in New York” but the When Harry Met Sally star is now getting ready to get back to work. Ryan will be producing and starring in a new sitcom for NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ryan will play Sonny, a former hotshot New York editor who wants to... Read more » Meg Ryan To Star In New Sitcom is a post from: The Inquisitr News
The movie star famous for faking an orgasm in a New York deli in When Harry Met Sally is headed to the small screen. She will produce and star in an NBC comedy about a single mom who decides to return to her job at a New York publishing house, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Sleepless In Seattle and When Harry Met Sally star Meg Ryan is eying a return to television as the star of an NBC comedy series. The project, now in development at the network and sister studio Universal TV, is being written by feature scribe Marc Lawrence (Miss Congeniality franchise), who teamed with the actress in the summer to work on the idea. Show More Summary
Do you remember that scene in When Harry Met Sally when Carrie Fisher moves in with her boyfriend but refuses to let him bring his coffee table (a wagon wheel) into their new apartment? GQ asked Justin Theroux if he had a wagon wheel. Show More Summary
Remember in When Harry Met Sally, when Carrie Fisher won’t let her boyfriend move his coffee table made out of a wagon wheel into their new, shared apartment? GQ’s Amy Wallace asked Justin Theroux, who is engaged to Jennifer Aniston, what his wagon-wheel table is. That is, which object won’t... More »
A dad uncomfortable after birth, a "When Harry Met Sally" frustration, and guy who is only infatuated until the other person is.
It's the most memorable scene from 1989's "When Harry Met Sally" — heck, it's one of the most memorable scenes to ever hit the big screen — but few fans knew what was really behind the "I'll have what she's having" moment that saw Meg...Show More Summary
I watched “When Harry Met Sally” the other night for the ten thousandth time, and it made me realize just how much I love Meg Ryan…and how utterly perfect she was in that role. So tomorrow night, I’m having a big Meg Ryan quiz to celebrate all the fun times we’ve had together, Meg and me. Show More Summary
Sure, the "I'll have what she's having" line from "When Harry Met Sally" seems like an easy thing to deliver, but Rob Reiner's mom apparently...
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Caption This kids! Apparently Meg Ryan has plenty of “splaining” to do to her daughter Daisy thanks to her role in “When Harry Met Sally”! Via National Enquirer reports: With 8-year-old daughter Daisy in tow, MEG RYAN dropped in
The online comedy group PistolShrimps has released Part 2 of their video series where Batman is added to classic movie scenes. This time he adds dramatic acting skills to Star Wars, When Harry Met Sally, Harry Potter and more. video via PistolShrimps
NEW YORK -- There are apparently a few more Sundays left in Billy Crystal. The star of "City Slickers" and "When Harry Met Sally" said...
The late writer Nora Ephron was behind some of the most beloved films, including "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle." Almost a year...
Last summer, sad news hit Hollywood with the sudden passing of Sleepless in Seattle director and When Harry Met Sally writer Nora Ephron. Though she won't be making anymore films, her legacy will live on in cinema for years to come. In addition, the life of Ephron will also be getting the film treatment thanks to HBO. Show More Summary
When Harry Met Sally’s orgasmic sandwich scene is now more than twenty years old, and has been basic-cable broadcast to trans-generational ubiquity. Yet the question of faked orgasms continues to haunt women who write into advice columns. (Men also fake, but don't appear to seek outside counsel for it.) The latest ... More »
The actor will make you blush as he reenacts Meg Ryan’s infamous restaurant scene for THR’s new web series. read more
Last night's Girls finale ended with a big ol' rom-com running scene. Think When Harry Met Sally, but in Brooklyn and without a shirt. Like Adam himself, it was both cute and crazy. But how crazy was it? How much TV magic was necessary to make it seem like a ... More »
Can men and women be friends? That eternal question, best asked by Nora Ephron in "When Harry Met Sally," takes center stage in Joe Swanberg's...
Join us for a free webinar tomorrow, March 7, from 10-11am Central When Procurement Met Finance: How to Achieve the Hollywood Ending Harry: There are two kinds of women: high maintenance and low maintenance. Sally: Which one am I? Harry: You’re the worst kind. Show More Summary