HuffPost Entertianment nabbed a few minutes with Felicity Huffman on April 20 at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "Trust Me," her new movie written...
Selena Gomez, Anton Yelchin, Laurence Fishburne, and Billy Crudup have been cast in William H. Macy‘s directorial debut. Macy and Felicity Huffman also star in the musical drama about a grieving father who forms a band after finding his deceased son’s songs. Show More Summary
Rosa Salazar (Parenthood) has been cast in Fox‘s drama pilot Boomerang, from John Wells Prods. and Warner Bros TV. It is about the Hamiltons — parents (Anthony LaPaglia and Felicity Huffman) and grownup sons Michael Stahl-David and Patrick Heusinger) — who serve as assassins for the federal government. Show More Summary
Rachel Fox played Kayla Scavo, Felicity Huffman's scary stepdaughter, on "Desperate Housewives." Five years later, at the ripe old age of 16, she has finally come clean about her addiction... to investing. The stock market has become...Show More Summary
He'll play her husband in the family drama executive produced by John Wells. read more
Anthony LaPaglia is finalizing a deal to star opposite Felicity Huffman in Fox‘s drama pilot Boomerang, from John Wells Prods. and Warner Bros TV. The project, written by Davey Holmes, is about the Hamiltons, a family who serve as assassins for the federal government. Show More Summary
Anthony LaPaglia as a hitman? We can buy that. The former star of CBS’ Without a Trace is expected to play
Michael Stahl-David and Patrick Heusinger join the drama about a family of contract killers from executive producer John Wells. read more
William H. Macy?s other half, Felicity Huffman, has been away from the TV realm for less than a year. Her last series, Desperate Housewives, was an iconic program on ABC and her character, Lynette Scavo, will always stand out as one of the highlights of the series. Show More Summary
Felicity Huffman is going from desperate housewife to killer housewife with "Boomerang." According to TVLine, the "Desperate Housewives" alum has been cast in the Fox...
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"Desperate Housewives" Emmy winner Felicity Huffman has booked a lead in FOX's pilot "Boomerang," about a family of government assassins.
She'll play an assassin in the drama from executive producer John Wells, who also employs her husband, William H. Macy, on Showtime's "Shameless." read more
Felicity Huffman is taking on another role of a housewife, this one with a double life. The Desperate Housewives alumna is set to star in Fox’s drama pilot Boomerang, from John Wells Prods. and Warner Bros TV. Written by Davey Holmes, the project is about a family who serve as assassins for the federal government. Show More Summary
Felicity Huffman’s new housewife is far from desperate. The Emmy-winning actress has been cast as a suburban assassin in the
The annual courtship known as chasing name actors for network pilots is in full force. So far, Rose Byrne, Jason Isaacs, Felicity Huffman, Kyle Chandler and Kevin Klein have proven hard to get, raking up a slew of offers each, though most are zeroing in on pilots and appear ready to commit. Show More Summary
Actress Felicity Huffman may have given up the close knit neighborhood of Wisteria Lane when Desperate Housewives came to an end, but she's created her own community on the Internet at WhattheFlicka.com. It's a website for women andShow More Summary
Actors Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy have expanded their footprint in L.A.'s exclusive Outpost Estates enclave: they've dropped $3.8M on the 4,500-square-foot teardown next door to their longtime manse. As The Real Estalker puts it, "the interiors are dated,...
BUYERS: Felicity Huffman and William H. MacyLOCATION: Los Angles, CAPRICE: $3,800,000SIZE: 4,566 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathroomsYOUR MAMAS NOTES: Since the late 1990s Oscar-nominated celebrity couple Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives) and William H. Show More Summary
On the eve of Felicity Huffman’s return to the stage in David Mamet’s November — where she plays a lesbian speechwriter for the president — the Los Angeles Times caught up with the actress, who had some interesting admissions. “I’m a lemming,” Huffman told writer Deborah Vankin about her political leanings. “I have the backbone of a chocolate éclair.” read more