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Lowe, speaking in fake Boston accent, delivers a speech in the promo video for the TV movie set to premiere November 10.
Words are, the 'Behind the Candelabra' actor is at the negotiation table with the network to star on a potential new series.
Showrunner Mike Schur confirms Lowe and Jones will exit the show mid-season 6, promising 'a great Pawnee send-off' for them.
'Shakespeare made a career writing about the royals. The Kennedys are sort our royals... then it's like playing a character from Shakespeare,' the President Kennedy depicter in Nat Geo's movie says.
The 'West Wing' alum channels John F. Kennedy in the photo, recreating the U.S. 35th president's famous official portrait.
After Ang Lee, Shane Black and Nicolas Winding Refn are reportedly considered for the helming gig, the 'Skyfall' director now surfaces as the frontrunner.
The 'Parks and Recreation' actor and the 'Once Upon a Time' star are cast in the National Geographic movie about President John F. Kennedy's last days.
The 'Jaws' producer, who died of heart attack, is remembered by Spielberg as his teacher and someone who 'fought tooth and nail for his directors.'
The newly-released video sees Master Shifu telling Po how he found inner peace, before Po turns the peaceful moment into something else.
The 20-year-old will reunite with her former 'Dancing with the Stars' co-star Kyle Massey on the not-yet-titled docu-series.
The 'Water for Elephants' beauty sported a cast on her left foot when leaving church on May 8, but her representative assures it was 'nothing serious'.
The Miami rapper releases a party-themed music video for an equally-fun, and feel-good-time single 'Give Me Everything'.
'Having 3 guys from the same show all submit in 'supporting' didn't seem like a good idea in Pawnee,' says the actor who has been 'Parks and Recreation' regular for less than a season.
The former 'Brothers and Sisters' actor reveals that he would pick fights with Tom as well as Emilio Estevez when they were filming 1983's 'The Outsiders' to let off steam after tense days on set.
Actor Rob Lowe has sensationally revealed he was onboard the terrorist test flight Al Qaeda operatives took while planning the 9/11 attacks on America.