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By Amelia Mularz
Because we just heard those bearded dudes from "Duck Dynasty" rake in $200,000 per episode, it might be time to ease off the reality TV and watch a movie instead. What to see? Here’s the scoop:
On the Big Screen: "Lee Daniels' The Butler"
So you shine Nixon’s shoes, your wife’s a tad boozy and your son dabbles in Black Pantherism (kids!). That’s just a typical day in the life of Cecil Gaines. In an epic Forest Gump-like style, "Lee Daniels' The Butler" follows Cecil’s life from his childhood in the '20s, through the civil rights movement in the '60s, and right up to Obama’s presidency. Forest Whitaker takes the lead and Oprah (yes, Oprahhh!) plays his wife. Highlights include John Cusack doing his best Tricky Dick impersonation, Jane Fonda as Nancy Reagan and Oprah in a tracksuit.
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- MTV Movies Team
Donna Martin is all grown up -- Tori Spelling turns the big 4-0 today!Tori found fame starring on her father Aaron Spelling's hit series "Beverly Hills, 90210" when she was just 17 years old. While working on the popular drama, Tori also landed gigs on made-for-television movies like "A Friend to Die For" and "Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?."In 2003, Spelling married actor Charlie Shanian ... but they split in 2005 when Tori had an affair with her now-husband Dean McDermott (who was also married at the time). The pair tied the knot a month after Tori's divorce was final. Aside from some family drama and career hiccups, Tori and Dean seem happier than ever today. The twosome currently appear on numerous reality shows together and welcomed their fourth child, Finn, last August. Have Brenda, Brandon, Kelly, Dylan, Steve, David and the rest of the Peach Pit gang fared as well? »
- tooFab Staff
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