That lovely lady is actually Ruth Wilson, and that shot is from a British series called Suburban Shoot-Out. I mention this by way of introducing news that -- as I reported over on Uproxx this morning -- Ruth Wilson's deliciously evil Alice character from Luther may be getting her own spin-off in the form of a television series or a mini-series.
Mostly, though, these GIFs from Suburban Shoot-Out kind of made my day.
We all know that Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg have left Saturday Night Live, and most of us expected that Jason Sudeikis would follow suit. However, he mentioned in an interview with the Los Angeles Times that he is interested in returning, but only with a title change that would allow him to better use his creative muscle. I don't know what that title change would entail, but I would actually love to see Sudeikis return to reprise his Mitt Romney impression through the election.
The people who made the Smurfs movie are now going to make an Alf movie, according to THR. Gofuckyourself Hollywood.
They're doing great work over on ABC's Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23, and they're clearly trying to capitalize on the fact that James Van Der Beek is playing himself. He's the break-out star of the show, and it looks like they're going to run wild with it. Yesterday, we reported that Busy Phillips will appear in an episode as herself, as the Van Der Beek attempts to get a Dawson's Creek reunion together. Meanwhile, EW is reporting that Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Frankie Muniz will also be appearing as themselves in that same episode. Expect a lot of 90's jokes.
Hey! Here's the first full set photo of Arrested Development. You can also see a few photos from the set, including Portia de Rossi looking amazing and David Cross wearing ... I don't even know. But it involves a sheet, socks, and sandles. NEVER NUDE.