In the latest "Conversations with Maria" episode, host Maria Menounos chats with actor Rob Lowe about his upcoming book “Love Life,” behind-the-scenes stories of the hit National Geographic movie “Killing Kennedy,” feeling snubbed at the Emmys, and more.
Actor Rob Lowe joined “Extra’s” Maria Menounos at Universal Studios Hollywood, opening up about his friendship with Zac Efron.
Lowe, who has been sober for many years, publicly supported Efron in his battle with addiction. Lowe explained, “He reminds me a little bit of myself when I was younger, and he’s a great friend to my boys as well. Anytime I can share my experiences with people, I like to do it.”
Lowe also shared his experience in playing President Kennedy. “I spent a lot of time listening to his voice, mostly his private phone calls… You have to find things that no one has found in the voice.”
To mark the occasion, the National Geographic Channel announced the premiere date of “Killing Kennedy” for Sunday, November 10.
Based on the best-selling book by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, “Killing Kennedy” stars Rob Lowe as President John F. Kennedy and Will Rothhaar as Lee Harvey Oswald, with Michelle Trachtenberg as Marina Oswald and Ginnifer Goodwin as First Lady Jackie Kennedy.
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Say goodbye to two Pawnee residents. Actors Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones are leaving the hit NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation” in the middle of the upcoming season.
Lowe said, “I would look at myself in the mirror… I had this weird disconnect. I'm not crazy, and I know I'm looking at myself, but it looked like he was alive.”
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"Extra" met up with "Behind the Candelabra" stars Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Rob Lowe and Scott Bakula, who talked about meeting Liberace, their incredible wardrobes in the novel-based film, included Damon's "jewel encrusted" Speedo and Bakula's 70's classic look.
“Behind the Candelabra” premieres Sunday at 9 on HBO.
Watch “Extra” host Maria Menounos' candid new interview with Rob Lowe! The actor dished on his new Liberace movie “Behind the Candelabra,” and co-stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon.
When Lowe tried to explain what it was like to see the two famous men playing lovers Liberace and Scott Thorson, he referred to Douglas and Damon’s most famous characters, saying, “The minute you see Gordon Gecko having a love scene with Jason Bourne, you know you’ve seen something.”
Late astronaut Neil Armstrong inspired generations with his “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” As news spread of his death on Saturday, stars shared their memories of the pioneer.