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''I had never had a rescue before, and…this year has been very difficult for me in that my mother passed away extraordinarily suddenly and she’s always been my best friend. I was thinking, you know, I have been somebody who felt very lost. Very abandoned by the universe. And very much like how these dogs must feel: like, there’s nothing wrong with you, you’re just not found yet. It’s been very healing for me. I feel I really came out of a fog. He’s lifted me up. And particularly after having just lost a family member (her mother), it’s very profound to let go and to allow someone back in that space. It’s very moving, very grounding. It’s been a gift for both of us.'' - Jennifer Love Hewitt (Modern Dog Magazine - 2013)
She rose to prominence after her role in the series Party of Five in the 1990s.
And on Saturday, Jennifer Love Hewitt showed she still has star-quality shine when she was seen leaving Mason restaurant in Santa Monica in a beige maxi dress that hugged all of her curves.
The actress, 40, was all smiles as she stepped out of the eatery and accessorized with a baby blue handbag and wedge heels in a tan color to coordinate with her dress. https://www.facebook.com/369798439748390/photos/a.2260191797375702/2455436484517898/?type=3&theater
Jennifer Love Hewitt wants to turn her 2001 movie Heartbreakers into a television series starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
While the 40-year-old actress doesn’t envision starring in the series, she is trying to put together a reunion movie for Can’t Hardly Wait. “I’m dying to [do a sequel or reboot],” Jennifer said during an interview on the Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrinopodcast. “I really, really want to and I want to direct it. I have two things I’m trying to do this year… a reunion Can’t Hardly Wait movie that I direct, and I really want to make Heartbreakers a TV series.” “Wouldn’t it be a great show? I think it would be amazing,” she said. “I want Jamie Lee Curtis to be in it because I love her. We did that movie House Arrest like when I was 14 together.” “I think I would just want to executive produce it and find some great [newcomer],” she said. Jennifer starred alongside Sigourney Weaver in Heartbreakers, which followed a mother-daughter team who swindled wealthy men out of their…
By Bethy Squiresand Masen Colucci
Acting alongside one’s spouse on a TV show might seem like a dream to some actors — but what if the onscreen relationship is one of abuse and coercion? “Thank god my husband on the show is nothing like my husband in real life,” Love Hewitt said at the Vulture Emmy Studio. “It was nice to have each other to lean on [on set].”
FIA EXCLU! Hit Show "911" Co-Stars Jennifer Love Hewitt and husband Brian Hallisay enjoy a romantic afternoon in Venice, California! The Actors were spotted taking some time off work and enjoying spending time together on Abbott Kinney on 04/22/19!
The episode was very exciting and wonderful as all episodes of 9-1-1 but You Can't Run Forever was more intense and powering in lots of ways. Let's take a little look inside of the episode and it's behind the scenes.
9-1-1 recap: Maddie fights for her life By Maggie Fremont April 01, 2019 at 11:46 PM EDT Who says you need a bunch of rescues to have an intense episode of 9-1-1? “Fight or Flight” focuses on just one rescue call and it doesn’t even feature our first responders making a save—no, this one is all about Maddie saving herself. And it is intense as hell. 9-1-1 isn’t exactly known for its subtlety and this episode makes no moves to change that—I mean, Maddie’s ex Doug at times feels like a villain out of a cheeseball horror movie—but that works here. The subject matter is certainly heavy, and the flashbacks to Maddie’s marriage and the abuse she faced are a legit nightmare and not to be taken lightly, but Maddie’s escape from Doug in the present is a ride, you guys. Lik…