Giovanni Ribisi

Almost two years after a single episode of Sneaky Pete was first released, Bryan Cranston decided that we would like to see
Hurray for My Art, and an extra large hurray for Laurie Simmons, whose interview you'll find on this space in the next few
There is a lot of plot here and it is all interesting, however it is not particularly entertaining. This is because of the acting on display.
By not overdoing a southern accent while also reportedly voluntarily putting on some weight for the role, actor David Oyelowo shines in this film. And he's not the only one. They all shine.
But with a cast including Seth Green, Giovanni Ribisi, Martin Mull and Peter Riegert, and from the minds of Seth MacFarlane
Green noted that many of the best shows in TV history were "provocative" and "offensive." But in an earlier panel, Fox's
The comedy is centered around Warner (Ribisi) and Eli (Seth Green), two successful men whose lives are thrown into disarray
You get the feeling that Ruben Fleischer would have been happy to make an homage to the gangster movies of the 1940s (filtered through both a 1970s and a 21st-century perspective) when he was making Gangster Squad.
The good news for Ribisi is that the Pitt-Jolie clan owns homes in a lot of places, including New Orleans and spots in Europe
Click through beautiful photos of Ribisi's new home: All photos of realtor.com: The actor has simultaneously put his old
A comedy like Ted feels like such a breath of fresh air -- a film that takes chances not just with its premise (a living teddy bear with a predilection for hard partying) but with a sense of humor that's prepared to go to any length (or depth) to get a laugh.
On June 29, a movie about a talking teddy bear, Ted, will be in theaters across North America. Ted stars Mark Wahlberg (The Big Hit) as a grown man who lives with Ted, a teddy bear brought to life by a magic wish. Will Ted make you laugh? Will Ted make you feel guilty for laughing? As a service, with an early review, we answer every question that you could possibly have about Ted.
It's true, as Ribisi's rep confirmed to The Huffington Post: "Agyness Deyn and Giovanni Ribisi quietly married in Los Angeles