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We feel personally victimized by Aaron Samuels instead of Regina George. Jonathan Bennett, who played high school hottie Aaron Samuels in the hit film Mean Girls, is apparently very over the idea of a reunion. The actor-turned-spinning instructor told Us Weekly he's definitely not interested in getting together with Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams or any of the other stars from Tina Fey's hit movie. "I don't give a f--k, no," he told the magazine about whether or not he would get together with the cast. "No more Mean Girls reunions!" His passion for not reuniting didn't stop there. "If anyone asks me one more time if there's going to be a Mean Girls reunion, I'm »
It's been 11 years since Jonathan Bennett stole Lindsay Lohan's heart in "Mean Girls," and he gets reminded of this role every ... single ... day. toofab's Candice Brock caught up with the actor at the 3rd Annual Reality Show Awards on Wednesday night, where they reminisced about his character -- the dreamy Aaron Samuels -- in the uber-popular high school flick. While it's been over a decade since the hunky leading man was stuck in a love triangle between Cady Heron (Lohan) and Regina George (Rachel McAdams), fans can't seem to forget one infamous line from the movie. "Fans come up every single day and say, 'Oh your hair looks sexy pushed back,' and I love it," he told us. "Someone said, 'What's it like to have that happen?' I don't know what it would be like to have someone come up and not reference 'Mean Girls' every day. »
- tooFab Staff
Not grool. More than 10 years after he played high school hottie Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls, Jonathan Bennett has little interest in a reunion with his comedy costars. The Dancing with the Stars alum, 33, sounded off to Us Weekly about a potential get-together with castmates like Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, Lacey Chabert, Amy Poehler, and Amanda Seyfried. While many fans have been clamoring for a sequel or full cast reunion, Bennett himself is less than enthused. "I don't give a f--k, no," he told [...] »
The story follows an intimate group of friends and family gathering at the home of two gay men to celebrate their nuptials. When the wedding hits a snag, the group helps the grooms to see that all marriages have their challenges.
The film comes at a time when 36 states have legalized same-sex marriage.
Tunick’s credits include documentaries “Naked Pavement,” “Scars Don’t Sweat” and “Mr. Smithereen Goes to Washington.”
Kops has been working in film marketing and publicity for more than 24 years, heading up publicity departments at MGM/United Artists, Paramount Pictures and Summit Entertainment. He handled the publicity campaigns for the “Twilight” films, “Divergent, »
- Dave McNary
Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls) has been cast in a multi-episode arc for the second half of the fifth and final season of MTV's comedy series Awkward. Bennett will play Ethan, who works with Jenna (Ashley Rickards) at her summer job. With high school ending and everyone heading in different directions, the second half of Season 5 will jump forward to one year later, summertime back in Palos Hills. In addition to Rickards, Bennett joins cast members Beau Mirchoff, Molly… »
So long, neon hair! Julianne Hough's time as a pink lady was short lived. The Dancing With the Stars judge, 26, returned to her signature blonde locks two weeks after she dyed them a bright bubblegum hue. Hough unveiled her hair change at the 10th Anniversary of Dancing With the Stars party on Tuesday, April 21, in West Hollywood. For the celebration event, which brought back past contestants including Amber Riley, Jonathan Bennett, and Candace Cameron Bure, Hough wore her edgy bob in loose waves with a [...] »
Composer Jeff Richmond told Billboard that he hopes to complete the project before the autumn.
Fey and Richmond are working on a stage musical version of the former's cult 2004 film, which starred Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert as a group of bitchy high school girls.
Richmond said: "We definitely want to see some kind of shape by the end of the summer."
However, he added that he, Fey and lyricist Neil Benjamin still have lots of work ahead of them before it is completed.
"We know that 60 or 70% of that will go away when we start bringing in real singers and actors. We'll do a lot of rewriting," he said.
He added: "The most difficult part of the process »
It's Latin Night on "Dancing with the Stars," dance fans, and I was preparing myself for a night of slightly raunchy choreography. I'm so happy to say, it wasn't like that at all. Even the great opening number (choreographed again by Mandy Moore) and the post-break in-betweeners have more actual dancing and less strutting and posing than they did last season.
Tom Bergeron is his usual hysterical self, and even Erin Andrews is getting more comfortable with the gig, getting some good jokes in. At week three, the judges are getting pickier, and the contestants have come down a little after last week's stellar round. But they've all rallied pretty well, and some dancers are still leading the pack.
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- Renée Camus
Midnight Releasing has released writer/director Michael Matteo Rossi's new psychological thriller "Misogynist" on DVD. Rossi's tale revolves around misogynist Trevor and his new protégé. Trevor is intent on teaching those around him his views and strategies on how to deal with the opposite sex but it seems that Trevor has other, more vengeful, plans for that of his top student Harrison. DVD is available with some special behind the scenes clips as well as audio commentary and is now available on Amazon. "Misogynist" stars Jonathan Bennett, Jon Briddell, Eve Mauro, Tracey E. Bregman, Danielle Lozeau, Kris Black, Alia Raelynn and Adam Treska. Trevor is an extreme misogynist who campaigns underground seminars, teaching his ideology of women. Only through referrals and word of mouth, »
This happens once in a lifetime!
For all math nerds out there, grab an extra piece of pie, because March 14, 2015 (3.14.15) is a day that adds those two extra digits to Pi Day.
As an irrational number, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter goes on infinitely, and although pi is commonly written out as as 3.14159, 3.14 is usually enough.
This Saturday is not only a day to appreciate pi: though as it also marks, the birth of late math genius, Albert Einstein. He would have been 136 today!
Stephen Hawking, @MarilynMonroe and I celebrating @AlbertEinstein's bday at Stephen's home on this #PiDay. #Gyatm pic.twitter.com/jCV2NwweHO
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) March 14, 2015
Hey #mathletes »
Reviewed by Shannon Hilson
You’d have to be living under a rock not to have experienced the ubiquitous hype surrounding the recent Valentine’s Day release of Fifty Shades of Grey, the film adaptation of E.L. James’s erotic novel of the same name.
Maybe you’re of the camp that sees Christian Grey as a brooding, romantic figure to fantasize about. Maybe you see Fifty Shades as disgusting, misogynistic trash that glorifies troublesome (but all too relevant) horrors like domestic abuse, stalking, and brainwashing. Whichever camp you hail from, it’s more than a little likely that you have strong opinions about the film, the characters, and the way the storyline addresses certain themes.
The good thing about a movie called Misogynist is that viewers are already prepared to watch piggish male characters take advantage of vulnerable females, which prevents all the politically correct whistleblowers from sharpening their spears as the movie starts. Michael Matteo Rossi’s gender-exploiting thriller dares to challenge Fifty Shades Of Grey for anti-romantic dominance, and while it’s an ambitious attempt, sleek camerawork isn’t enough to save this rushed, underwhelming web of deception. Running at a brisk 77 minutes, Rossi struggles to pace what feels like only three short scenes glued together by some marshmallow fluff that’s lost its flavor. Misogynist is a bit of a premature squirt, leaving us as unsatisfied as the poor, mistreated women who are left with nothing but a regretful night and a story better forgotten.
- Matt Donato
Anti-bullying served as the theme of Thursday night’s L.A. fan screening at the Tcl Chinese Theatre of “The Duff,” where cast members shared their own stories of high school bullying and experiences with not fitting in.
“The Duff” (an acronym for “Designated Ugly Fat Friend”) is adapted from a young adult novel by Kody Keplinger, and stars Mae Whitman (“Parenthood”), Ken Jeong (“The Hangover”), Allison Janney (“The Help”), Robbie Amell (“The Flash”) and Nick Eversman (“Wild”).
“I was super-nerdy, and I got bullied a lot and labeled a lot,” said Whitman, who added that she was a tomboy in high school. “It was not a pleasant experience, which is why I was really passionate about doing this movie.”
But things turned around for her. “The people who shine the brightest are the ones they try to tear down the most,” she said. When asked if these sorts of stereotypes apply to actors, »
- Lisa Schulz
Michael Matteo Rossi's the Misogynist is getting set to debut on DVD and VOD platforms. The film is an interplay between a young protégé, Harrison, and a mentor, Trevor, who specializes in seducing the opposite sex. However, Harrison finds himself trapped in a web of deceit, when Trevor's true intentions are revealed. Midnight Releasing will handle the film's launch, which begins in early March. As well, the film stars Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls), Jon Briddell (Midnight Movie), Eve Mauro (Osombie), Tracey E. Bregman, Danielle Lozeau, Kris Black, Alia Raelynn and Adam Treska. A preview for the film's debut is hosted here. Also, the film's trailer tells more of the story within the Misogynist. Trevor (Biddell) promises control and domination, while seated in the darkness. Very mysterious, Trevor hides a malicious intent. The DVD release will host several special features. The home entertainment release will offer behind-the-scenes clips, along with an audio commentary. »
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Lance Kawas directed the story of a woman who partners with a police officer to avenge her sister’s death after she is seduced by a sex trafficker.
“Unfortunately, there are numerous stories like the one told by Kawas that happen to young girls every day,” said Djavadi. “After speaking with Nipa, I found her passion for the cause to be so inspiring.
“I truly hope that this film can raise awareness to audiences worldwide.”
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
If you’re in the mood for a chilling new psychological thriller, you may want to keep an eye out for Michael Matteo Rossi’s Misogynist, which is hitting VOD/DVD on March 3rd courtesy of Midnight Releasing.
Starring Jonathan Bennett and Jon Briddell, the film revolves around the titular misogynist, named Trevor, who spreads his ideology of women to anyone who will listen, promising young men everywhere that they can control the opposite sex if they learn from him. However, when a young student named Harrison, who views Trevor as a father figure, starts to get in too deep with Trevor’s misogynistic teachings, he starts to realize that his mentor might have a sinister ulterior motive.
Judging by the trailer, seen above, Misogynist looks like a truly chilling film, and given that it’s been receiving some positive buzz in the lead up to its release, we’ll »
- Matt Joseph
We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for Never Let Go, new episode details from L.A. Macabre and How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, the short film Knock Knock, a Q&A featuring The Walking Dead‘s Amber Dawn Fox, and much more:
Never Let Go Trailer and Premiere Details: “Here is a sneak preview of what’s up for grabs at the Berlin Film Festival later this week – Howard J Ford’s (Director/Producer Co-Writer of ‘The Dead 1&2″) latest epic Never Let Go. Shot in Morocco, Spain and the Us, the film tells the story of Lisa, a single mother (played by Angela Dixon) who takes the law into her own hands to get back her abducted child. The completed film will screen at Cannes Market in May.
Howard Ford said today: »
- Tamika Jones
Rossi's story revolves around a slick misogynist named Trevor along with his new protégé. Trevor's goal is to teach men around him his ideologies and techniques about how to handle the opposite sex. However, it soon becomes apparent that Trevor has other, more sinister plans for that of his best student, Harrison.
Watch the theatrical trailer below the plot details as well as the distributor trailer here.
Trevor is an extreme misogynist who campaigns underground seminars, »
Shawn + Angela = 4eva?
Per ETOnline.com, Blake Clark (Aka Shawn’s dad Chet) will also appear in the same Season 2 episode as McGee and Strong.
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Midnight Releasing is gearing up to release writer/director Michael Matteo Rossi’s new psychological thriller Misogynist on March 3rd, 2015. Rossi’s tale revolves around misogynist Trevor and his new protégé. Trevor is intent on teaching those around him his views and strategies on how to deal with the opposite sex but it seems that Trevor has other, more vengeful, plans for that of his top student Harrison. Hitting DVD, the release will also include some special behind the scenes clips as well as audio commentary and is now available to pre-order from Amazon.
“Trevor is an extreme misogynist who campaigns underground seminars, teaching his ideology of women. Only through referrals and word of mouth, he provides bizarre, offensive, and outlandish strategies to young men, with the promise that they can control any woman. »
- Jerry Smith
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