Let’s face it: winter is coming. But if there’s anything that can comfort us about shorter days and more time spent inside, it’s the anticipation surrounding the release of season four of Netflix’ “The Crown” on November 15.
The new season will introduce viewers to a new love interest of Prince Charles (played by Josh O’Connor): Lady Diana Spencer, played by Emma Corrin. And over the weekend, the network fueled evenmore excitement about the upcoming season with its release of the first photos of actor Emma Corrin, who plays Princess Diana, on the royal’s wedding day in her iconic wedding dress.
In addition to her humanitarian work, dedication to her children, and graceful composure in nearly every setting, Diana was known for her unique style sensibility, which evolved from demure to confident over the course of her all-too-short life. And while she had certainly embraced a different
It’s one of the most iconic fashion moments and now fans of The Crown have seen the first glimpse of Princess Diana’s replica wedding gown.
Ahead of the release of season four of the series, Netflix has shared a preview of actor Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in the dress by Emmy award-wining costume designer Amy Roberts.
“A first glimpse of Princess Diana’s wedding dress. Emmy award-winning costume designer Amy Roberts wanted to capture the same spirit and style of David and Elizabeth Emanuel’s original design, without creating a replica for Emma Corrin,” the caption said.
The Welsh fashion designers created Princess Diana’s original gown for her 1981 marriage to Prince Charles.
It took over 600 hours to make her ivory silk taffeta and antique lace gown that included
The latest online table read to benefit charity, as the pandemic continues to take its toll on the world, Father of the Bride Part 3(ish), which Netflix brought to YouTube with Steve Martin serving as the titular father and cast members including Diane Keaton, Kieran Culkin, Martin Short, George Newbern, and Kimberly Williams-Paisley. Last week, Nancy Meyers — who wrote the two Father of the Bride films, as well as other rom-com classics like Something’s Gotta Give, The Holiday, and Baby Boom, brought the characters from Father of the Bride and Father of the Bride Part II back to support the World Central Kitchen.
Meyers recently wrote in the New York Times that the pandemic “pandemic brought me back to being a writer,” and the result was thinking about how the Father of the Bride characters would be handling the pandemic and quarantine. She wrote a
The cast of Father Of The Bride have reunited for a virtual, online Netflix sequel – you can watch it below.
The original cast of the film reunited for the first time in 25 years on Friday (September 25) to take part in Father Of The Bride Part 3 (ish).
Deemed a “special sequel”, the film caught up with the Banks family on a Zoom call for a special wedding-related announcement.
Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kieran Culkin, Martin Short all reprised their roles for the 25-minute film. They were also joined by some additional cast members including Alexandra Shipp, Ben Platt, Florence Pugh, and Robert DeNiro.
You can see the full film below:
Writing in the New York Times, director Nancy Myers opened up about returning to the Father Of The Bride
The cast of Father of the Bride will reunite for a special on Friday, September 25 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, available on Netflix and Netflix’s Facebook and YouTube pages.
Expect to see Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Martin Short, and “a few special guests.”
Father of the Bride: Part 3 (ish) will be written and directed by Nancy Meyers.
Someone call Franck—we have an important occasion to dress up for! The cast of Father of the Bride is reuniting for a Netflix special, set to premiere on September 25. Entitled Father of the Bride: Part 3 (ish), the special will center on the Banks family in the year 2020, and will be available to stream on Netflix
The cast of Father of the Bride reunited after 25 years, bringing back many original characters for a Zoom-style new story in what Netflix is calling a “special sequel.” Running about a half hour long, the quasi-sequel, dubbed Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish), was made available to watch for free on Netflix’s Facebook and YouTube pages. The special reunion was put together for the benefit of the non-profit organization World Central Kitchen, which works to provide meals to millions of children, families, seniors, and frontline workers.
Reprising their roles from the original Father of the Bride movies from the 1990s, the reunion special stars Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kieran Culkin, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Martin Short, and George Newbern. Also featured in the special in new roles were several other fan favorite Hollywood stars, including Alexandra Shipp, Florence Pugh, Ben Platt, and Robert DeNiro. Reese Witherspoon also appears to
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Get ready to spend the weekend with the Banks. On Friday, Netflix, Facebook, and YouTube will host a reunion with the cast of Father of the Bride for a special charity event to benefit World Central Kitchen. In anticipation, they’ve dropped two teaser trailers that suggest we’re in for a very fun and very crowded video call.
How crowded? Well, according to the credits in the second trailer, we’ll be seeing Steve Martin, aka George Banks; Diane Keaton, aka Nina Banks; Kimberly Williams-Paisley, aka Annie Banks-MacKenzie; Kieran Culkin, aka Matty Banks; George Newbern, aka Bryan MacKenzie; and, yes, Martin Short, aka Franck Eggelhoffer.
As for the occasion, it’s possible we’ll be seeing Father of the Groom. In the first teaser, we see George (Martin) sorting through his e-mail — gotta love
WASHINGTON — After 25 years, the “Father of the Bride” Banks family is coming together for a special reunion amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new teaser from Netflix released Thursday.
The promo announced on Friday, Sept. 25, there will be a special “Father of the Bride 3(ish)” reunion special, which will be shown on Netflix’s Facebook and YouTube channels at 6 p.m. ET.
It’ll include original cast members Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Martin Short, Kieran Culkin, George Newbern and “a few special guests.” It will also be written and directed by Nancy Meyers, who co-wrote the first two “Father of the Bride” films.
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The teaser features several iconic scenes from the original 1991 movie and its sequel from 1995, along with what the Banks home
Father of the Bride is the latest ’90s classic to reunite the cast. This time, Netflix is hosting the reunion. Though much of the event is still a surprise, here’s what Netflix revealed about the event and how to watch it.
The ‘Father of the Bride’ movies in the ’90s
1991’s Father of the Bride was a remake of the 1950 Spencer Tracy comedy. Steve Martin starred as George Banks, a father dealing with his daughter, Annie (Kimberly Williams-Paisley)’s impending wedding to Brian MacKenzie. The 1991 film, written and directed by Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer, could address more modern issues of family and couples, including sex jokes they couldn’t even speak of in the ’50s.
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Wedding coordinator Franck Eggelhoffer (Martin Short) and his assistant
The cast of “Father of the Bride” is reuniting in a new video premiering Friday.
Netflix teased the event on its social-media channels on Tuesday. “Twenty-five years later, the Banks Family returns for a very special event to benefit World Central Kitchen,” the promo reads.
Fans can don their best navy tuxedo, make themselves a plate of the “chipper chicken” and tune in on September 25 at 6 p.m. EST on Netflix’s YouTube and Facebook pages. Leave the superfluous hotdog buns at the store.
The 1991 Nancy Meyers flick — a remake of a 1950 movie starring Elizabeth Taylor — told the story of George Banks, a frugal shoe manufacturer tasked with putting on a wedding for his only daughter, Annie.