In December 2012, when the news broke that classrooms full of first-graders had been shot to death at Sandy Hook elementary school in Connecticut, Julianne Moore was on a movie set in Queens. Related: Sandy Hook victims’ families get access to gun manufacturer marketing records She turned off the...
On the eve of Mother’s Day, actresses Julianne Moore and Melissa Joan Hart joined hundreds of other activists in marching across New York City’s Brooklyn Bridge to demand an end to gun violence in the country. “I fervently believe this is not a partisan issue. Show More Summary
Meat-loving entertainer Pat Boone is not best pleased with Saturday Night Live’s skit God is a Boob Man, which parodies his latest movie God’s Not Dead 2. In God’s Not Dead 2, a public school teacher played by Melissa Joan Hart has to...Show More Summary
Melissa Joan Hart, star of God’s Not Dead 2, appeared on Good Morning America, Thursday to argue that tolerance extends to Christians, not just other faiths. Surprisingly, the co-hosts of GMA touted her new movie as “powerful” and a “serious role” for the actress.
For almost a decade, Melissa Joan Hart played a witch on television, which drew the ire of some Christians. Now that she is portraying a very different role, that of a devout Christian teacher in the film "God's Not Dead 2," people still have something to complain about, says the 39-year-old actress. This time, however, her critics seem to be the opposite crowd.
Melissa Joan Hart revealed she's been in talks for reboots for "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" and "Clarissa Explains it All."
Melissa Joan Hart says she faced great opposition from those closest to her after she decided to play the lead actress role in "God's Not Dead 2."
The '90s television icon explains it all, saying there have been discussions about revivals of the two sitcoms, but it's a complicated process.
Actresses Melissa Joan Hart and Robin Givens join TODAY to talk about their new film "God's Not Dead 2," which tells the tale of a public high school teacher who lands in court after she mentions the name of Jesus when answering a student's question in the classroom.
There are good reboots, there are bad reboots, and then there are Melissa Joan Hart reboots. In an interview on the talk show FABLife yesterday, Hart revealed that she was headed to a meeting to discuss the possible reboot of Sabrina The Teenage Witch or Clarissa Explains It All. Show More Summary
God’s Not Dead 2 takes on one of the most pressing issues of our time – religious freedom. In the sequel, a school teacher (played by Melissa Joan Hart), is challenged because she mentioned Jesus in answer to a student’s question. The story unfolds as she heads to court to defend her faith. Alliance Defending […]
Your life is about to get a little more magical. While stopping by "FABLife" Monday, Melissa Joan Hart dropped the news that fans have been anticipating for more than a decade. She may be in talks to reboot "Sabrina" or "Clarissa Explains...Show More Summary
"God's Not Dead 2" actress Melissa Joan Hart said that one of the reasons American Christians are interested in the upcoming film is because they feel their faith is being trampled on.
Melissa Joan Hart has nothing to fear about turing 40! Just a few weeks before Melissa reaches her milestone birthday, she debuted her fantastic looking figure via Nutrisystem. Hart has worked with the diet magnate since 2014. Related: Melissa & Britney Spears Reunite! For those who haven't been following the actress' weight loss journey, the blonde has dropped [...]
"Clarissa Explains it All," the successful Nickelodeon sitcom that gained a cult following in the years after its original run, turns 25 on March 23. The comedy starred Melissa Joan Hart as the titular character, an outspoken young teenager who dealt with everyday teen situations in a fun, quirky...
In case you hadn't heard, God's Not Dead 2 will be out in theaters in a couple of weeks -- the premiere, appropriately, is on April Fools' Day.The plot is a variation on the original film. Melissa Joan Hart plays a high school teacher who quotes the Bible in class, only to be sued by a student who believes in separation of church and state. Show More Summary
Harry Potter is nice, but long before we were worrying about Hogwarts letters, someone else was casting a spell on us, man. Sabrina Spellman came into our lives via TGIF in 1996, and now -- finally -- the episodes are all together in...Show More Summary
Melissa Joan Hart is open to revisiting 'Clarissa Explains It All', but the show has to be done just right.
According to actress Melissa Joan Hart, a revival of the iconic Nickelodeon series Clarissa Explains It All could potentially happen in the near future.Click To Continue Reading
Melissa explains it all, thanks to a girl-power moment from her "first red carpet" in Los Angeles.