Jun 13, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on “About My Father” Coming to VOD on June 16th Movies, News

Great news! Leslie’s newest movie, About My Father, will be released digitally via video on demand (VOD) starting on Friday, June 16, 2023!

Jun 03, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Leslie Bibb Joins Film “Juror #2” Movies, News

Count Leslie Bibb in for Clint Eastwood’s growing jury in his Warner Bros. movie, Juror #2.

The actress, who can currently be seen in Lionsgate’s Sebastian Maniscalco family comedy, About My Father, joins already cast Nicholas Hoult, Toni Collette, Zoey Deutch and Kiefer Sutherland. Gabriel Basso is in talks.

Four-time Oscar winner Eastwood directs and produces from a script by Jonathan Abrams. Joining Eastwood as producers are Tim Moore, Jessica Meier, Adam Goodman and Matt Skiena.

Juror #2 follows family man Justin Kemp who, while serving as a juror in a high-profile murder trial, finds himself struggling with a serious moral dilemma … one he could use to sway the jury verdict and potentially convict — or free — the wrong killer. Basso is eyeing to play the man on trial. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Jeremy Bell are EPs.

Upcoming, Bibb will star in the Apple TV+ original series, Palm Royale, opposite Kristin Wiig, Alison Janney, Ricky Martin and Laura Dern. Based on Juliet McDaniel’s book, Mrs. American Pie, the series is set during the ‘Powderkeg Era’ of the 1970s, and follows Maxine Simmons’ (Wiig) attempt to secure her seat at America’s most exclusive table: Palm Beach high society.

Bibb starred in the original, Iron Man, and its sequel, Iron Man 2, and as the scene-stealing ‘Carley Bobby’ in Talledega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, as well as New Line’s Tag, and The Lost Husband, which she also produced. Bibb also starred as Brooke McQueen in the Ryan Murphy series, Popular.

She is repped by CAA and John Carrabino Management.

Source: Deadline

Jun 02, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Leslie Bibb Interview with Salon Talks Videos

Leslie Bibb shares her experiences co-starring with comedy icons—including Robert De Niro, Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy and Sebastian Maniscalco. “I’m just holding on for dear life,” she said on “Salon Talks.” “I’m like, ‘Just stay on the horse.’” Bibbs reflects on the moment she knew her new film #AboutMyFather would be a success and the real-life moment between her and partner Sam Rockwell’s parents that reminded her how families can find common ground. “Both of our mothers are crazy,” she said. “They seem different, but they’re both nut jobs.”

May 28, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Around the Table with ‘About My Father’ Videos

‘About My Father’ stars Sebastian Maniscalco, Robert De Niro, Leslie Bibb, Kim Cattrall, David Rasche, Brett Dier, and Anders Holm join director Laura Terruso in a roundtable discussion about their new movie.

May 28, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on PopCulture Interview News

There is no denying that it can be worrisome for couples to introduce their families to one another, but that is exactly the fear that comedian Sebastian Maniscalco’s new movie, About My Father, deals with. The film stars Maniscalco as a fictional version of himself who has to introduce his Italian immigrant father Salvo, played by by Robert De Niro, to his girlfriend’s family. Actress Leslie Bibb portrays Maniscalco’s better-half, Ellie, and she recently revealed how the movie’s premise somewhat mirrored the first time she and Sam Rockwell’s mothers met, joking that both women are “wolves.”

In an exclusive interview with PopCulture.com, Bibb discussed how About My Father approaches “the integration of two families” with heart and humor. Noting that many people can experience “fear” of losing a child to someone else, Bibb said, “Trying to circumnavigate the merging of worlds together is… very hard,” and the film expresses this by depicting a family that “is insane, but loving.”

Bibb then referenced “a great scene between” De Niro and Kim Cattrall, who plays Ellie’s politician mother Tigger. “They seem like such opposites,” she explained, being careful not to spoil anything. “Then they have the scene and something happens afterward and they have a weird chemistry that’s sort of like, ‘What’s happening?’ But also they see each other like, ‘Oh, we’re not so dissimilar.’ There is a common thread between them.”

This, she says, reminded her of the time she and her partner, fellow actor Sam Rockwell, took her mother to meet his. “We took her to Virginia… for Thanksgiving. I was very nervous. I was like, ‘My mom is very specific and she’s Southern… I don’t know if your mom…’ And I remember at one point I looked over and they were sitting on a couch having a drink and just chatting and talking.”

Bibb then quipped, “I was like, ‘Oh my God. That’s right. We were both raised by wolves. They’re both wolves. They’re both insane.’ Penny loved my mom, and Betty loved Penny. I was like, ‘Why would they ever be nervous about that?’ It was really heartwarming to see that. Usually, there is some sort of common thread that we can find with our in-laws.”

Another important part of family that the film reflects is the relationship between parents and their kids, which Bibb also found relevant to her own experience. “There’s a bit about cologne,” she recalled, “and Sebastian does love his cologne, but I said, ‘When was the first time you remember doing cologne like your father did?’ And he goes, ‘My first communion.'” The actress acknowledged that this is something that happens when “you’re young,” and then added that Maniscalco told her “his dad had these red shoes that he loved. He thought they were so cool and he would borrow them.”

Comparing this to something from her childhood, Bibb shared that she used to play in her mom’s closet and try on clothes. “My father passed away when I was little. So my mom raised me and my three sisters,” she said, later adding, “If you’re lucky enough to have a good parent that you really look up to them… they’re your heroes. So it’s cool… a gentle reminder of our kids need us.”

Earlier this month, the cast attended the About My Father premiere in Chicago, and Bibb noticed that the film, with all its hilariously heartfelt moments about family, had a big emotional impact on the audience. “I think regardless — male, female — you are reminded of our love of somebody who is a father, mother, or mother figure or father figure. And the importance of family, especially coming out of COVID.”

Finally, Bibb added, “All I crave is to be with my people that I call my family, my chosen family. It’s very important right now. I think that’s the cool thing about the movie. It’s just a reminder that, or it’s nice to be vulnerable and to rely on them and embrace them. We spent enough time alone.” About My Father debuts in theaters on May 26.

Source: PopCulture

May 28, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Moviefone Interview Videos

Sebastian Maniscalco, Robert DeNiro, Leslie Bibb, Kim Cattrall, David Rasche, Anders Holm, Brett Dier, and director Laura Terruso discuss their new comedy, adapting Maniscalco’s real life, having De Niro play his father, and working with the rest of the talented cast.

May 28, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Leslie Bibb “New York Live” Interview Videos

Leslie Bibb dishes on the new comedy, “About My Father,” being a Bravo fan and more.

May 21, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on “The Inhabitant” Screen Captures Gallery Updates, Movies

The Leslie Bibb Web photo gallery was updated with 666 high quality screen captures of Leslie Bibb from the 2022 movie The Inhabitant.

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May 20, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on MovieWeb Interview Videos

Kim Cattrall and Leslie Bibb spoke with Greg Archer of MovieWeb about the comedy film About My Father, out May 26th, 2023, and what it was like to work with Robert De Niro – and get your hair cut by him!

May 20, 2023 Webmiss Comments Off on Kickin’ It with Byron Allen Interview Videos

Funny ladies Kim Cattrall and Leslie Bibb discuss what it was like playing skewed versions of comedian Sebastian Maniscalco’s mother-in-law and wife in the feature film comedy “About My Father.”