Anna Faris - News, Tips & Guides (2023)

Anna Faris Hinted at Relationship Strain Weeks Before Split From Chris Pratt

"There are two different roles that you play—the one on camera and the one in public."

By Melissa Minton

By Having Christy Face Her Rapist, Mom Proves It's More Than Just a Sitcom

By Jessica Radloff


The First Photos of Chris Pratt and Anna Faris Kissing on Mom Are Here, and They're Adorable

By Christopher Rosa

Anna Faris Just Got a Massive Engagement Ring Upgrade From Chris Pratt

Anna Faris showed up to the Passengers premiere sporting a brand-new, enormous diamond from husband Chris Pratt.

By Lynsey Eidell


Celebrity News

23 Times Chris Pratt and Anna Faris Were Couple Goals

Need proof that love is real? Look no further than Chris Pratt, Anna Faris, and their most heart-melting moments.

By Lynsey Eidell

Anna Faris Facing $5,000 Fine After Adopted Dog Was Found Abandoned

The dog was found malnourished.

By Neha Prakash

Celebrity Hair

Why Chris Pratt's Perfect French Braiding Skills Saved Anna Faris’ Hair

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have been giving us couple goals for quite a while, but when we found out how Pratt has gotten involved in Faris' hair routine, it took their relationship to a whole new level of cuteness in our eyes.

By Chelsea Stone


Stop Everything and Watch Jenna Dewan Tatum Hilariously Teach Anna Faris How to Dance "Seductively"

If you haven't been listening to Anna Faris' hilarious podcast, Anna Faris Is Unqualified, then head to iTunes and subscribe right now. Trust us, it's worth it! Faris pegs the show as "not so great relationship advice from completely unqualified Hollywood types." And since its premiere in September, Faris has already had a robust group of famous guests, including her Mom costar Allison Janney, on to talk all things love and dating (and whatever else they feel like). But the latest installment of Unqualified may just be the best one yet: Jenna Dewan Tatum went to Faris' house, and they talked about the bromance their husbands (You may have heard of them? Chris Pratt and Channing Tatum...) share and also helped a caller decide if her passion for cats was a relationship deal breaker. Still, that wasn't the best part. No, the best was when Dewan Tatum decided it was time have Faris bust out her highest heels so she could give her a booty-popping, sexy dance lesson while they both sang a sultry rendition of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody." Fifteen seconds just isn't enough for this awesome Instagram clip: A video posted by Anna Faris is

By Lauren Brown


Mom Delivers a Heartbreaking and Tragic Twist: See All the Emotional Twitter Reactions

First things first, we need to get the spoiler warnings out of the way: You're not going to want to scroll any further if you haven't seen last night's episode of Mom. Or maybe you should keep reading—especially if you are not a regular viewer of the CBS sitcom that stars Allison Janney and Anna Faris. Last night's episode proved why the under-the-radar show has been a favorite of critics and awards shows since its very first season: Mom has consistently been able to balance raw, real-life material with making us laugh—but not just in the pretty, packaged sitcom way, where problems are often sugarcoated and you can spot them coming from the very first melancholy chords of an episode. (Jess Radloff nailed it when she dubbed it the "most realistic, emotional comedy out there.") Instead, Mom imitates reality in how tragedy arrives as a most unwelcome visitor, jarring and interrupting even the happiest of occasions. Such was the case in last night's episode, which for all intents and purposes, should have been a feel-good 30 minutes, thanks to the impending nuptials of Marjorie and Mr. Perugian. Instead, the final five minutes delivered a heartbreaking blow, when we learned that

By Lynsey Eidell


Best Dressed at the Critics' Choice Awards 2015: Taraji P. Hensen, Anna Faris, and More

Last night, some of television's biggest names put on their formal best to celebrate the cream of the small-screen crop at this year's Critics' Choice Awards. Here are standout looks from some of Glamour's favorites—and a peek at promising numbers from up-and-comers. Ever since Empire became a megahit, it's been absolutely no surprise when Taraji P. Henson walks the red carpet looking phenomenal in a black Alexander Wang—a new look from the designer who showed evening wear for the first time on his fall 2015 runway. Anna Faris picked a simple, pale pink high-neck Zac Posen gown raised slightly in the front, showing off her matching heels. Here's hoping that Constance Wu walks a lot more red carpets in the near future (for her star turn on hit series Fresh Off the Boat). She nailed a romantic, feminine look in a one-shoulder floral gown by New York City-based designer Cristina Ottaviano. Shiri Appleby's light-as-air Yanina Couture gown stood out thanks to the graphic chevron design that covered the lower half. Her shoes are by Aldo. Jane the Virgin's Gina Rodriguez looked ladylike in tea-length Reem Acra. Sweet retro touches that finished the look included pearl earrings, ankle-strap platforms, and a

By Leah Melby Clinton


Why Mom Is the Sitcom You Need to Be Watching (Plus, Our Interviews in Bed With Anna Faris and Allison Janney!)

I don't hop into bed with just anyone. Yet somehow, when Allison Janney tells you to get on a bed with her—and then Anna Faris tells you to get in that bed—you do as you're told. And when it comes from two of the funniest comedic actresses in the business, you're more than happy to oblige. Yes, that's how things are on the set of Mom (or maybe just the day I visited?) and part of why the show is thriving well into season two. On this day, Janney and Faris are celebrating the fact that they can finally reveal that Mom has been picked up for a third season. "I've known for a little bit now," reveals Janney, "but I was too afraid to tweet about it until I got the OK." It's that cautiousness and respect for Chuck Lorre's well-oiled machine that makes it work so well. Never one to go overboard with raunchy jokes or tell a story line for ratings sake, Mom finds that balance that most shows never achieve (especially in their second season). Already having dealt with the death of Christy's father (played by Kevin Pollak) this season, Mom is without a doubt the

By Jessica Radloff


From On-Screen to Real Life: Celebrity Couples Who Played Couples First

The ultimate movie duo of Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence may be currently relegated to platonic and professional status (boo!), but that doesn't mean there is any shortage of celebrity couples who first took a relationship test run on-screen (hello, Brangelina). Here's a look at some of our favorite celebs who played couples, became couples, and stayed couples over the years—J.Law and Bradley, take notes. Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum One look at Tatum's dance moves on the set of Step Up and Dewan was hooked (I mean, can you blame her?). The two have been married since 2009 and welcomed a baby girl in May 2013. Evan Peters and Emma Roberts View image | Peters and Roberts have been starring together in various frightening romantic situations on American Horror Story since season three (Coven), but the two actually first met on the set of the 2013 film Adult World. The two have been engaged since December 2013. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis It may have taken several years and two failed long-term relationships, but Jackie and Kelso finally reunited in real life in 2012. And now, they're maybe married? Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern may have

By Lynsey Eidell

Save the Date

3 Married Celebs Who Don't Wear Wedding Rings

When I saw Anna Faris walk the red carpet at last week's Golden Globes, I noticed that something seemed to be missing from her left hand: a wedding ring. I could've sworn she and Chris Pratt were married, so I googled it and, yep, they swapped vows in 2009. But it looks like she's never worn a wedding ring. Here's her post-wedding hand in 2010: And she's not the only celeb who goes without a wedding ring. Viola Davis has been married to Julius Tennon since 2003 but wears her engagement ring solo. And we've already discussed how Mrs. Kanye West doesn't wear a wedding ring—even though we know (based on this picture) that she got one on her wedding day. I'm kind of fascinated by the phenomenon. On the other end of the spectrum, of course, we have Amy Adams, who wears three wedding-y looking rings with her engagement ring (we discussed this in January of 2014) even though she isn't married. As I said back then: So many questions. So few celebrities calling me to clarify. sigh Will you wear a wedding band with your engagement ring? Or is one ring enough for you?

By Kim Fusaro

Girls in the Beauty Department

5 Reasons Braids Are So Hot Right Now

Oh, braids. For a while there, we were kinda over you (especially the milkmaid sort), but you refused to really go away—and now look, the whole world has gone braid-crazy again this spring. Here are just five of the reasons we can't help but be all about the braids right now. 1. Frozen. Even if you don't have kids, you might have seen it (perhaps just to find out what the hype's about). But to summarize in case you have not—the two newest Disney princesses wear braid hairstyles, and the movie's spectacular makeover scene involves Queen Elsa's transition from stifling updo to windswept side braid. Now go rent it, because it's so good (and I am not one of those Disney-crazy girls, I swear). 2. Amber Heard. When the girl who landed Johnny Depp is wearing pigtails and milkmaid braids, it's safe to say they're cool. 3. Coachella. Music festivals are as much about free-spirited hippie hairstyles as they are about the music—right? And those of us who aren't lucky enough to be rocking out in person lived vicariously through the flood of endless pretty Coachella-braid pics in our Instagram feeds. (And we got a a how-to for the Coachella

By Petra Guglielmetti


Best Dressed at the People's Choice Awards: Sandra Bullock, Jennifer Hudson, and Others

Last night, some of Hollywood's brightest stars stepped out on the red carpet at the 40th Annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles. Check out our picks for the best dressed of the night—and tell us who wore your favorite look! Kat Dennings chose a romantic red floral-print strapless David Meister Signature gown for the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards. Naya Rivera chose a signature Michael Kors three-tone dress—with a train!—for the People's Choice Awards. Heidi Klum looks amazing in everything—especially this plunge-neck Armani gown. Beth Behrs wore a black-and-white split-skirt Giulietta dress on the red carpet. Emily Deschanel wore a graphic-print Max Azria dress on the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards. Greer Grammer wore a stunning gold lace Mikael D dress at the People's Choice Awards. Allison Williams wore a royal blue and white halter-neck dress by David Koma. Sadie Calvano chose a sleek white pantsuit for the People's Choice Awards red carpet. Anna Faris' sparkling Naeem Khan top and trousers set is such a refreshing look on the red carpet. Jennifer Hudson looked stunning in a winter-white Kaufmanfranco gathered dress. Sandra Bullock wore a printed green-and-blue dress by Peter Pilotto. Whose People's Choice

By Danica Lo


Even If You Didn't See It, You Might Feel Weird About Where Mom Took Things in Episode 2

Well, this is unexpected. You guys remember how I raved about Mom last week? How I stood and applauded for its witty female characters, lively comedy, and an abundance of relatable themes? I still really like the show, but something peculiar went down in episode two. If you watched, I'm sure you already know what I'm going to say. If you didn't, I think you can still weigh in on this one and whether it's as weird as I'm feeling it was. To recap, in last week's premiere we met Anna Faris' Christy, the young mom of two—and the daughter of Allison Janney's foxy Bonnie, who had clearly been a young mom herself. We met Christy's spacey ex and her nervous boyfriend and her nervous boyfriend's wife. I came away feeling like we had our plates full of good stuff to sink our teeth into for season one. Then, I show up for a second hangout, thinking we all know each other pretty well at this point—and BAM: Mom throws us for a serious loop—Christy's teen daughter, Violet, is pregnant. Now, here's what I find so weird about this: I can see a young-mom chain—punctuated by the latest generation's pregnancy

By Megan Angelo


Obsessed TV Report Card: Mom

Mom comes from Chuck Lorre, who's the creator of Two and a Half Men and, as such, the creator of one of the biggest cups of tea that is not mine of all time. Meaning: I'm usually not into sitcoms like this. And at the top of the show, when we were subjected to French Stewart's clunky chef yuks and an extremely random Jon Cryer cameo, I didn't feel too optimistic. But by the end of Mom—the second time—I was sold. Yeah, the second time, because after one watch, I just had this nagging feeling that I had missed something big. And it turns out I had. It's easy to call Mom a standard multi-cam, traditionally cheesy show that happens to get a big dose of elevation from how good Anna Faris is. And make no mistake: She's very, very good. It's such a brilliant match—she really doesn't waste a second on-screen. Every grimace, eye roll, and grunt is worth watching. Still, this really isn't a case of Anna towing a lemon behind her. What struck me on the second time through was how nimble an actor everybody is—from Allison Janney right down to Anna's teenage daughter's boyfriend—and how well

By Megan Angelo

The Stars of the 2013 Emmys Red Carpet Stop Posing for a Sec to Play Some Games with Us

Watch Glamour’s Jessica Radloff on the 2013 Emmys red carpet as she asks the stars of 30 Rock, Orange is the New Black, Modern Family, Nashville, Veep, So You Think You Can Dance, Downton Abbey, Girls and more to play some random but totally fun games with her.


7 Movie Stars We Love Who Are Making the Move Into TV (Lucky Us!)

Pilot season is so full of promise--and one of the biggest promises all these baby TV shows are making this year is plenty o' movie stars. These seven have me already way too invested in their shows making it to air... Not a new show, but this is awesome news for Killing fans: Peter Sarsgaard, aka Mr. Maggie Gyllenhaal, aka Carey Mulligan's complicated An Education fling, is joining the show. He'll play a death-row inmate when the drama returns. Emile Hirsch will take a run at the classic Bonnie & Clyde story in Lifetime and the History Channel's miniseries version of it. Sounds like a luscious weekend in to us. (Bonnie is Holiday Grainger of Anna Karenina and The Borgias.) I fell in love with Matthew Goode way back in Woody Allen's Match Point (and tolerated Watchmen for him), and I haven't seen enough of him lately. So it's great to hear that he's got a big part in the Showtime pilot Vatican and it's even better to hear that he's not playing a priest. (Papal secretary isn't a priest, right? Hit me back, any of my K-8 teachers.) Jacki Weaver sounds like the perfect fit for this CBS pilot

By Megan Angelo

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