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Posted by: Kris |  Date: June 7th 2017 |  Categories: Interview, Press

Freddie definitely has a great partner to raise his children with. He and Sarah first met on the set of I Know What You Did Last Summer and started dating three years later. Since tying the knot in 2002, the two have made us melt with their sweet family moments and enduring love. So, what exactly is the key to their 14-year marriage? The simple answer is laughter. “In Hollywood, and in life, a lot of pretty people get married when they’re really young,” Freddie says. While he admits it’s important to be attracted to the person you’re with, it’s also vital to have that laughter and connection with each other. “Sarah and I like different things, but she respects me and she loves me, and 17 years later, she still makes me laugh at dinner or when we’re watching TV and see something stupid,” he says. “That’s our secret and that’s what works for us. When I’m 60 years old, she’ll still be making me laugh, so we’ll still be together.”

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: May 31st 2017 |  Categories: Interview, Press

Sarah Michelle Gellar has been slaying it. Nope, not vampires in a Buffy movie (much to her fan club’s dismay) – she was perfecting recipes for her brand new cookbook, Stirring Up Fun With Food.

In case you’re scratching your head right now, let us back up a bit. A few years ago, Sarah launched a super-fun line of healthy (and totally delicious) baking kits and mixes called Foodstirs to get you and your kids bonding in the kitchen.

With two young kids – Charlotte (7.5) and Rocky (4.5) – she wanted to be home more, so she was searching for that thing that would allow her to do that. Cut to a conversation with mom friend Galit Laibow about playground alternatives, and a business idea was born.

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: April 19th 2017 |  Categories: Interview, Press

How much of this new food venture is inspired by being a parent and trying to raise healthy, adventurous eaters?
Every ounce of it. It was a combination of that and also wanting to be a present parent. I love being an actress, but they’re 18- and 19-hour days that involve a lot of travel.

My (business) partner Galit and I had daughters in the same school. They wanted a playdate, and I’m always looking for activities where you can connect. What are the moments that you make memories?

We went to the store to buy a mix, read the packages and thought, we can’t feed our children this. These are ingredients that should have gone out in 1965… We always say it was hiding in plain sight. We started to research the category.

Baking is a five-billion-dollar category with these legacy brands…. It became our mission to clean out people’s pantries. You can have a box mix in there, but it can have the highest-quality ingredients at an accessible price point. I’ve always been a crafty person, but it was painting and Cricut machines. I decided to turn that to food.

You talk about building confidence and cooking skills. Where did that start for you?
It started with the children, really. They’re so fearless. They’ll dump and pour anything in. It was taking a page out of their book. It is all about trial and error. It is OK if you burn something, or if the recipe doesn’t turn out.

Freddie is a chef. He has the culinary training. I am a cook. I am not creating a chateaubriand recipe from scratch, but what I can do is take everyday recipes and make them taste better, look better and be more creative.

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: September 18th 2016 |  Categories: Press

Posted by: Kris |  Date: July 1st 2016 |  Categories: Cruel Intentions, Press, TV Series

Cruel Intentions still has a pulse.

Sources confirm to TVLine that NBC has extended its contractual options on Sarah Michelle Gellar and her fellow cast members through December, a clear indication that the network still has faith in the project.

The buzzy remake failed to secure a series order last month, although entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt told reporters at the time that the project remains in consideration. “It goes under the heading of embarrassment of riches,” he said. “There’s just so many shows that we have [already] scheduled or ordered.” The exec also conceded that Cruel Intentions is “a bit of an outlier for us, because there’s no other show like it in our list of genres.

“But we like it,” he concluded, “and we’re still discussing it and trying to figure it out.”

Sources tell TVLine that NBC is mulling a possible Summer 2017 launch for Cruel Intentions, a move that would likely require some some budget-tinkering.

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: May 16th 2016 |  Categories: Cruel Intentions, Press, TV Series

Cruel Intentions may not have received a formal series order, but NBC is stopping short of calling the Sarah Michelle Gellar-fronted TV adaptation DOA.

During a conference call with reporters to discuss the network’s 2016-17 fall schedule, entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt said the project remains in consideration. “It goes under the heading of embarrassment of riches,” he said. “There’s just so many shows that we have [already] scheduled or ordered.” The exec also conceded that Cruel Intentions is “a bit of an outlier for us, because there’s no other show like it in our list of genres.

“But we like it,” he concluded, “and we’re still discussing it and trying to figure it out.”

Sources tell TVLine that NBC is mulling a possible summer launch for Cruel Intentions, a move that would likely require some some budget-tinkering.

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: May 8th 2016 |  Categories: Cruel Intentions, Press, TV Series, Video

Posted by: Kris |  Date: February 25th 2016 |  Categories: Cruel Intentions, Press
Posted by: Kris |  Date: November 7th 2015 |  Categories: Gallery, Interview, Photoshoot, Press

     

Sarah Michelle Gellar was far more adorable than we ever expected – and we expected a lot. We haven’t really gotten over her badass Buffy days, and why should we? The show made up so much of our childhood, as did movies likeCruel Intentions where Gellar also played a fan favorite (and okay, super evil) vixen.

Now, the actress is taking on a new field – food – with her new companyFoodstirs, which offers convenient and healthy ways to bring families together in the kitchen. The company provides tasty baking products and kits that also aim at a healthier lifestyle, which is why Gellar is telling Betty Crocker to get out of her way (the same way she told Reese Witherspoon).

From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?

My ideal food day would be a day where I could eat as much as I wanted and calories didn’t count. There would definitely be lots of coffee, lots of sushi and fresh fish, some pasta and a generous amount of dark chocolate. I am extremely fortunate that my husband – who is an excellent chef – is working on a cookbook and I “help him” by tasting (eating) everything.

A beauty mainstay that hasn’t changed since your Buffy years…

Honestly, I don’t care what they say about smiling causing wrinkles, happiness is my key to everything. Glowing definitely works from the inside out. That being said, water, keeping yourself moving, and sleep are definitely important.

Advice you’d give your younger self…

I think that no matter what, my advice would definitely fall on deaf ears, but it would be to appreciate the little moments, to stop and enjoy life a bit more. I think in my twenties I kept thinking I had my whole life ahead of me, and things could wait. But the truth is, you never know how life can change in an instant; the people that you thought would always be there may not. Now having kids, when they stop on a walk for twenty minutes to look at a leaf, I try and take that time too.

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Posted by: Kris |  Date: October 26th 2015 |  Categories: Press

At some point over the past couple of years, all of Hollywood got together and decided that it was no longer enough to be just one thing—an actor, a singer, a cobbler. These days, to hold merely one job, to identify as anything less than a “multi-hyphenate,” is utterly unacceptable. For example, Reese Witherspoon isn’t just an actress, she’s a lifestyle maven. Blake Lively isn’t just an actress, she’s a lifestyle maven. Gwyneth Paltrow isn’t just an actress, she’s alifestyle maven.

The latest to join these esteemed ranks? In case you missed it, Sarah Michelle Gellar, onetime slayer of vampires, told People last week that she’s started a new, kid-friendly “cooking and lifestyle brand” called Foodstirs. The line includes “three signature baking mixes,” frostings, and “specialty curated food crafting kits that come complete with decorative supplies and tools.” It’s perfect for all of the children in your life who aren’t content with being mere children—children who will stop at nothing to become lifestyle mavens.

Gellar says she was inspired to start Foodstirs while “setting up a day of baking” with her daughter and the daughter of Foodstirs co-founder Galit Laibow—two children who had yet to reach their lifestyle-maven potential. Combing the grocery-store shelves, wondering if her 5-year-old Charlotte would ever learn to properly fold towels into the shape of a swan, Gellar could not find baking mix that met her nutrition standards. “I thought baking included butter, sugar, and water and I couldn’t even pronounce half the ingredients in these mixes,” she shares. “So, we did some research and made our own from scratch.”

Not sure if Foodstirs is for you and your preternaturally anxious offspring? Ask yourself this: Does your child need help bridging the gap between inspiration and execution (in baking, but also in life)? “Our whole idea,” says Gellar, “is to bridge the gap between inspiration and execution.”

“It doesn’t hurt that my husband [Freddie Prinze Jr.] went to culinary school and is an amazing chef. But I’m not, so it’s great to have this experience alongside my kids,” adds Gellar. “He was always the chef and I was always the creative one. I’ll paint anything! It’s really brought our family together.”

If Foodstirs doesn’t stir your soul, perhaps Gwyneth’s Goop or Scott Disick’s Lifestyles of a Lord is more your speed. Just be sure to find something to call yourself other than “mom” or “dad” or “doctor” or “human.”

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