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Cher Says She's Dealing With 'Serious Family Issue,' Drops Out of Lifetime Flint Water Crisis Movie

Cher Says She's Dealing With 'Serious Family Issue,' Drops Out of Lifetime Flint Water Crisis Movie
Cher will no longer appear in the Lifetime movie about the 2016 water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

The "If I Could Turn Back Time" singer revealed in a statement on Friday that she'd no longer be able to meet her commitment to the forthcoming project, citing a "serious family issue."

"This has been a project so near and dear to my heart and I was truly looking forward to helping tell this story," the 70-year-old actress told Et in a statement via her rep. "Unfortunately, I will be unable to leave Los Angeles during the scheduled filming as I am dealing with a serious family issue that prevents me from going on location for the April filming."

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"I’m so glad that Craig and Neil [the producers] plan to move ahead and I know that this Lifetime movie will be done beautifully
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Cher Exits Lifetime's Flint Water Crisis Movie Due to 'Serious Family Issue'

Cher Exits Lifetime's Flint Water Crisis Movie Due to 'Serious Family Issue'
Cher, who in January was announced as both the star and co-executive producer of Flint, a Lifetime movie based on the ongoing Flint, Mich. water crisis, is no longer affiliated with the project.

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In a statement released exclusively to Deadline, the Oscar-winning actress says that a “serious family issue” has forced her to pull out of the Toronto-based production, which is still on track to begin filming in April.

“This has been a project so near and dear to my heart and I was
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Cher to Star in Lifetime Movie About the Flint Water Crisis

Cher to Star in Lifetime Movie About the Flint Water Crisis
Cher‘s got you, Flint.

The 70-year-old Oscar winner has tapped her next project — a Lifetime original movie about the water-contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan.

The upcoming film, titled Flint, examines the politics and poor management that lead to the poisoning of the Michigan water, Deadline reports — and the residents whose voices and suffering were ignored.

Cher will play a Flint resident whose family is impacted by the crisis.

It’s a fitting role for the actress and singer. She’s been outspoken on social media about the crisis, donating bottled water to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan in the thousands.
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Cher to Star in, Produce Lifetime TV Movie About Flint Water Crisis

Cher to Star in, Produce Lifetime TV Movie About Flint Water Crisis
The Flint water crisis is getting the Lifetime movie treatment… with an Oscar winner leading the cast.

Cher has signed on to star in Flint, the network’s fact-based original movie, our sister site Deadline is reporting. The chart-topping singer and Moonstruck actress will play a Flint resident whose family is affected by the Michigan town’s water-contamination scandal. Cher is also an executive producer on the film, along with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (Smash, Hairspray Live!) and Katie Couric.

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This would mark Cher’s first
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In the Room | 2015 Tiff Review

If These Walls Could Catcall: Khoo’s Sex Omnibus Fails to Tantalize

Singaporean auteur Eric Khoo returns with his latest feature, In the Room, a decades spanning, multi-character chamber piece revolving around the inhabitants of a single hotel room and the private moments of love and intimacy that transpire there. Less titillating than the sum of its parts, documenting various acts across a range of orientations with a sort of unhurried inevitability, only the aural cues of creaky bed springs manage to wrench any tactile examination of humankind’s basic physical co-mingling.

Conservative, even rather rigid in its visual purveyance of sexual practices and traditional interactions, in Khoo’s preferred universe of multiple storylines, perhaps this time around he casts too many stories into the pool (unlike his celebrated 2005 title Be With Me, which consists of three separate stories), since despite the use of a unifying thread, the film’s
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Women In Film 2015 Crystal + Lucy Award Honorees Include Ava DuVernay, Nicole Kidman, and Jill Soloway

Women In Film is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, encouraging creative projects by women, and expanding and enhancing portrayals of women in all forms of global media. Given that women comprise fifty percent of the population, Wif's ultimate goal is to see the same gender parity reflected on and off screen. Founded in 1973, Wif focuses on advocacy and education, provides scholarships, grants and film finishing funds and works to preserve the legacies of all women working in the entertainment community.

Since 1977, Women In Film, Los Angeles has annually honored outstanding women in the entertainment industry – women who lead by example, who are creative, groundbreaking, and who excel at their chosen fields. This year’s Crystal + Lucy Awards® fundraising dinner, in support of Wif La’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity for women throughout the industry, is being held on Tuesday, June 16 in the Los Angeles Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City. The 2015 Crystal + Lucy Awards is sponsored by Max Mara, BMW of North America, and Tiffany & Co.

This year’s Crystal + Lucy Award honorees are:

2015 Crystal Award for Excellence in Film – Nicole Kidman 2015 Lucy Award for Excellence in Television – Jill Soloway 2015 Dorothy Arzner Directors Award® – Ava DuVernay The Women In Film Max Mara “Face of the Future®” 2015 – Kate Mara Presented by Nicola Maramotti Global Brand Ambassador for Max Mara

2015 Tiffany & Co. / Bruce Paltrow Mentorship Award – Sue Kroll 2015 Sue Mengers Award – Toni Howard

Cathy Schulman , President of Women In Film, Los Angeles, said in making the announcement, “We are proud to celebrate an extraordinary line-up of honorees this year. Each one of these women has made extraordinary contributions to the media art, and as a group they have forged sustainable careers that are emblematic of the positive and long overdue change that is taking root for women in Hollywood.”

Iris Grossman, President Emerita of Women In Film, Los Angeles, returning this year as Chair of the Awards, said “This year’s honorees are all women who have helped change the face of the business. Through their insight, determination, resilience and talent, they add substance and depth to their creative endeavors and to the entertainment industry as a whole.”

About the Honorees

Nicole Kidman / Crystal Award for Excellence in Film

The Crystal Awards were established in 1977 to honor outstanding women who, through their endurance and the excellence of their work, have helped to expand the role of women within the entertainment industry. Past recipients include Cate Blanchett, Laura Linney, Viola Davis, Annette Bening, Donna Langley, Jennifer Aniston, Diane English and the cast of The Women, Renée Zellweger, Jennifer Lopez, Sandra Bullock, Gwyneth Paltrow, Diane Lane, Halle Berry, Laura Ziskin, Jessica Lange, Meryl Streep, Jodie Foster, Angela Bassett, Meg Ryan, Susan Sarandon, Michelle Pfeiffer, Alfre Woodard, Polly Platt, Lauren Shuler Donner, Diane Warren, Amy Heckerling, Paula Weinstein, Martha Coolidge, Buffy Shutt and Kathy Jones, Gale Anne Hurd, Nancy Malone, Maya Angelou, Lily Tomlin, Ruby Dee, Penny Marshall, Jessica Tandy, Barbara Boyle, Nikki Rocco, Jean Firstenberg, Lee Remick, Lina Wertmuller, Bette Davis, Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, Sherry Lansing, Nora Ephron, Dawn Steel, Fay Kanin, Lillian Gish, Whoopi Goldberg, Glenn Close and Amy Pascal.

Academy Award winning actress Nicole Kidman is internationally-recognized for her range and versatility. In 2002, Kidman was honored with her first Oscar nomination for her performance in the innovative musical, "Moulin Rouge!" For that role, and her performance in the psychological thriller "The Others," she received dual 2002 Golden Globe nominations, winning for Best Actress in a Musical. In 2003, Kidman won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, a BAFTA Award and a Berlin Silver Bear for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in Stephen Daldry’s "The Hours." In 2010 Kidman starred in "Rabbit Hole," for which she received Academy Award, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Independent Spirit Award nominations for Best Actress. The film was developed by Kidman’s production company, Blossom Films. In October 2012 Kidman starred in Lee Daniel’s "The Paperboy." Her performance earned her an Aacta, Screen Actors Guild and Golden Globe nomination.

Upcoming films include "Strangerland," "The Family Fang" and "Genius." Kidman is currently in production on "The Secret in Their Eyes." Next up, she will being shooting The Weinstein Company’s "Lion."

In January of 2006, Kidman was awarded Australia’s highest honor, the Companion in the Order of Australia. She was also named, and continues to serve, as Goodwill Ambassador of the United Nations Development Fund for Women, Un Women, whose goals are to foster women’s empowerment and gender equality, to raise awareness of the infringement on women’s human rights around the world and to end violence against women. Along with her husband, Keith Urban, she has helped raise millions over the years for the Women’s Cancer Program which is a world-renowned center for research into the causes, treatment, prevention, and eventual cure of women’s cancer.

Jill Soloway / Lucy Award for Excellence in Television

The Lucy Awards were founded in 1994 by Joanna Kerns, Bonny Dore and Loreen Arbus and are presented in association with the Lucille Ball Estate. They were named for Lucille Ball, who was not only a legendary actress and comedienne, but also a producer, studio owner, creator and director. They are given to recognize women and men and their creative works that exemplify the extraordinary accomplishments she embodied; whose excellence and innovation have enhanced the perception of women through the medium of television. Past recipients include: Kerry Washington, The Women Of "Mad Men" (Christina Hendricks, January Jones, Elisabeth Moss, Jessica Paré, Kiernan Shipka), Bonnie Hammer, Nina Tassler, Courteney Cox, Holly Hunter, Salma Hayek, Shonda Rhimes and the women of "Grey’s Anatomy," Geena Davis, Debra Messing and Megan Mullally, Blythe Danner, Lily Tomlin, Rosie O’Donnell, Amy Brenneman, Tyne Daley, Phyllis Diller, Marcy Carsey, Carol Burnett, Barbara Walters, Shari Lewis, Garry Marshall, Angela Lansbury, Marlo Thomas, Gary David Goldberg, Diahann Carroll, Tracey Ullman, Fred Silverman, Imogene Coca, Camryn Manheim, Norman Lear, Bud Yorkin and the casts of "Sex and the City," " If These Walls Could Talk" and "If These Walls Could Talk 2."

Jill Soloway is the creator of Amazon Studios' Golden Globe-winning, "Transparent," a dark, deep, silly family series about boundaries, love and secrets.

Soloway won the U.S. Dramatic Directing Award at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for her first feature, "Afternoon Delight." She recently founded WifeyTv, an internet brand producing and curating content to ignite the feminist revolution. Soloway is a three-time Emmy nominee for her work writing and producing "Six Feet Under."

She co-created the theater experiences, "Real Live Brady Bunch," "Miss Vagina Pageant," "Hollywood Hellhouse" and "Sit N Spin," and co-founded the community organization East Side Jews. Soloway lives with her family in Silver Lake.

Ava DuVernay / Dorothy Arzner Directors Award

Dorothy Arzner was the first female member of the Directors Guild of America. In her honor, the Dorothy Arzner Directors Award® was established to recognize the important role women directors play in the film and television industries. Past recipients include: Jennifer Lee, Sofia Coppola, Pamela Fryman, Lisa Cholodenko, Catherine Hardwicke, Nancy Meyers, Barbra Streisand, Mimi Leder, Barbara Kopple, Gillian Armstrong, Lian Lunson, Joey Lauren Adams and Nicole Holofcener.

Nominated for two Academy Awards, four Golden Globes, five Critics Choice awards, eight NAACP Image Awards and five Independent Spirit Awards, writer/director Ava DuVernay's most recent film "Selma" chronicles the historic 1965 voting rights campaign led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

She won the Best Director Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 for her acclaimed feature "Middle of Nowhere." Her previous narrative and documentary work includes the feature film "I Will Follow" and the documentaries Venus Vs.," "My Mic Sounds Nice" and "This is The Life."

In 2010, DuVernay founded the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (Affrm), a grassroots collective that distributes work from filmmakers of color. Prior to her directorial career, she worked as a film marketer and publicist for more than 14 years through her company, The DuVernay Agency.

Kate Mara / The Women In Film Max Mara “Face of the Future” Award

The Women In Film Max Mara “Face of the Future” Award® was inaugurated at Women In Film’s 2006 Crystal + Lucy Awards®. As the 13th year as presenting sponsor and longstanding Women In Film partner, Max Mara identifies an actress who is experiencing a turning point in her career through her work in the film and television industries with focus on her contributions to the community at large and recognizes her outstanding personal achievements and embodiment of style and grace. Past recipients include: Rose Byrne, Hailee Steinfeld, Chloë Grace Moretz, Katie Holmes, Zoë Saldana, Elizabeth Banks, Ginnifer Goodwin, Emily Blunt and Maria Bello.

Kate Mara made her feature film debut in "Random Hearts" for director Sydney Pollack. She then co-starred in Ang Lee’s "Brokeback Mountain" in which she portrayed Heath Ledger’s daughter. She also appeared in the Academy Award nominated film "127 Hours" with James Franco for director Danny Boyle and she co-starred in "Transcendence" alongside Johnny Depp and Morgan Freeman, which marked the directorial debut of Academy Award-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister.

Mara recently completed filming on location in Budapest director Ridley Scott’s outer space action film The Martian alongside Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain. Last fall, she completed filming the psychological thriller "Man Down" in which she plays the wife of a war veteran, played by Shia Labeouf and "Captive" in which she stars with David Oyelowo as a single mother struggling with meth addiction in the adaptation of the best-selling book An Unlikely Angel. This summer she will film "Morgan" for director Luke Scott, son of Ridley Scott, who will produce. Audiences will next see her star in "Fantastic Four" alongside Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell.

She received an Emmy Award® nomination for her role in David Fincher’s critically acclaimed television series, "House of Cards" in which she co-starred alongside Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.

Sue Kroll/ Tiffany & Co. / Bruce Paltrow Mentorship Award

The Tiffany & Co. / Bruce Paltrow Mentorship Award was created to honor the late director and great mentor Bruce Paltrow. This year, Wif Presenting Sponsor Tiffany & Co. has joined the Paltrow family in recognizing an entertainment industry professional who has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to mentoring and supporting the next generation of filmmakers and executives. Past honorees include Kathleen Kennedy and Sherry Lansing.

Sue Kroll is President, Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution for Warner Bros. Pictures. As marketing chief, she oversees the strategic creation and implementation of marketing campaigns for the Studio’s global releases and collaborates closely with the Studio’s principals on the strategic development of its slate of films.

Her leadership of global marketing has propelled the studio’s releases to record-breaking box office and myriad awards. Most recently, the Best Picture Oscar nominee "American Sniper" became the top-grossing domestic film release of 2014 and has grossed more than $500 million worldwide. Other recent successes include the "Harry Potter," "Dark Knight," and "The Hobbit" film series, as well as such award-winning pictures as "Gravity," "Argo" and "The Departed."

Kroll joined Warner Bros. in 1994 and headed International Marketing from 2000 to 2008, when she was named to her current role at the studio. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Film Independent, the Los Angeles-based non-profit that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, and is one of the inaugural members of Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program.

Toni Howard / Sue Mengers Award

The Sue Mengers Award , named for the legendary agent and given for the first time in 2015, will be presented annually to a representative who is, and has been, instrumental in guiding careers. Sue Mengers was an icon in the entertainment industry. She was one of the most influential talent agents of her time, when women were not the norm, and she was devoted to her clients.

Toni Howard is a partner at ICM Partners. Toni joined the agency’s talent department in 1991 and quickly became a leader in the division, having served as its department head for the better part of a decade. She oversees a celebrated and eclectic group of actors who appear in film, television and on stage and have garnered an astonishing 46 Academy Award® nominations, 148 Emmy® nominations, and 125 Golden Globe® nominations. Among her award-winning clients are Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Michael Caine, Bobby Cannavale, Edie Falco, Samuel L. Jackson, Topher Grace, Holly Hunter, Michael Keaton, Nathan Lane, Spike Lee, Laura Linney, Catherine O’Hara, Lily Rabe, Christina Ricci, Tim Robbins, Michael Sheen, Maggie Smith, James Spader, Julia Stiles, and Christopher Walken. Throughout her career at ICM Partners, Toni has mentored many young agents to incredibly successful careers of their own.

Prior to joining ICM, Toni was an agent at the William Morris Agency for seven years. She began her entertainment industry career as a casting director, working on such iconic projects as "Tootsie," "Superman," "The Right Stuff" and "Something About Amelia."

Recognized by her distinctive voice, Toni was cast by director Alexander Payne as the voice of agent ‘Evelyn Berman-Silverman’ in the film "Sideways."
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‘Austin Powers’ Producer Suzanne Todd Inks With Paradigm For TV

Exclusive: Producer Suzanne Todd has signed with the Paradigm Talent Agency for representation on her TV projects. She will continue to be repped by CAA on all film projects. Todd is a two-time Emmy award nominee for the HBO TV movies If These Walls Could Talk and If These Walls Could Talk 2. The first film was also nominated for three Golden Globes, while the sequel won Vanessa Redgrave a Golden Globe, Emmy and SAG Award for her performance. Currently, Todd is producing…
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Third "Flowers in the Attic" TV Movie Greenlit

Lifetime is officially moving forward with a third film in the "Flowers in the Attic" series, based on the novels by V.C. Andrews.

Jason Lewis and Rachael Carpani take over the roles of Christopher and Cathy Dollanganger respectively in "If There Be Thorns". The pair now live together as man and wife in California with Cathy's two sons (one played by Mason Cook), who are unaware of the nature of their parents’ relationship.

It's unclear which, if any, other cast members from either previous movie will return for the film which will air in 2015. An adaptation of the fourth book, "Seeds of Yesterday," is still planned and that would air late in 2015.

Andy Cochran will pen the script which will be directed by Independent Spirit Award nominee Nancy Savoca ("If These Walls Could Talk").

Source: The Live Feed
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Lindsay Lohan Shares Sneak Peek of Bedroom: Is That an Ikea Dresser? See For Yourself!

Lindsay Lohan Shares Sneak Peek of Bedroom: Is That an Ikea Dresser? See For Yourself!
If these walls could talkLindsay Lohan shared a glimpse of her bedroom on her site Monday morning. The boudoir is perfectly decorated with beige and pink tones and has a vintage-inspired theme. And while we first were struck by the large painting in the right corner, as well as the small pink vanity, but what most caught our attention was the dresser on the right. We're not saying it's from Ikea or anything, but lord help us if that doesn't look like a mirror image of an old Hemnes side table that we spent hours tirelessly putting together in our college days. But aside from that, LiLo's possibly-antique dresser and shag rug look equal parts cozy and stylish and we...
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Meme: Hillary Clinton Teases Run, Rosie O’Donnell Unsure About Sochi Boycott, Cher Believes In Infinite Dreams

Rihanna unwittingly helps apprehend animal poachers in Thailand, Cory Monteith’s mother defends her son’s tribute, Finland to reconsider marriage equality

Cory Monteith’s mom Ann McGregor says that her son was worthy of the special Emmy tribute. Ann tells TMZ she believes you cannot judge worthiness by a person’s age because her son was on a path of greatness — not only with his acting and singing abilities … but with the charitable work he did. Ann tells us, ‘If he had lived 30 more years he would have accomplished much more.’”

Rihanna posted a picture of herself posing with an adorable slow loris while in Thailand, which is a protected species. While she probably didn’t intend to, she helped authorities apprehend the men who were charging tourists to pose with the animals, getting the animals back under protection.

Finland is set to reconsider marriage equality after receiving a
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PBS's Historical "Secrets" Aren't Always Very Exciting

That old phrase "If these walls could talk" is actually pretty terrifying if you really think about it (especially if they can see and hear and don't just blather on about what they've done today), but the intended idea that some houses and estates have seen a lot of history is a valid one, especially in Europe. ("...where the history comes from" - Eddie Izzard) This explains the rationale behind PBS's "Secrets of..." series which tours historically famous abodes with one of its famous, living residents giving us the rundown on the location's storied past. Two recent releases in that series include Henry VIII's Palace and Althorp (home of the Spencers, the family of Princess Diana), and while the factoids prove interesting and the hosts charming, the series requires a strong interest in the two homes, because otherwise the presentations are quite dry.

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Syfy previews for Exit, Total Blackout - Sneak Peek (Videos)

Tune in alert for Syfy.s Tuesday night programming, featuring Exit and Total Blackout: · Exit stirs up more trouble in .If These Walls Could Talk.. · And Total Blackout airs at 11/10c Exit.Airs Tuesdays at 10/9c. If These Walls Could Talk . Sneak Peek Summary: Beam room/Shredder room/Wall Room/Ceiling room. Hands Off . Clip Summary: As Curt loves to warn, the Shredder is hungry! This time, for hand models. Tanked . Clip Summary: It seems like no one is good at Stage 2 of the Tank Room. Could you do it? Total Blackout.Airs Tuesdays at 11/10c. Season Two - Promo Summary: Now at a new time, join Jaleel White for Total
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Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses Will Smith Open Marriage Rumors: "Will Is His Own Man"

Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses Will Smith Open Marriage Rumors:
If you listen to Jada Pinkett Smith, the pursuit of marital happiness just might be interpreted as looking the other way. When asked about the seemingly never-ending gossip that she and her A-list hubby of 15 years, Will Smith, have an open marriage, the If These Walls Could Talk star didn't necessarily deny the rumors as she explained her views on what keeps their relationship going strong. "I've always told Will, 'You can do whatever you want as long as you can look at yourself in the mirror and be Ok,'" she told HuffPost Live recently. "Because at the end of the day, Will is his own man. I'm here as his partner, but he is his own man. He has to decide who he wants to be and...
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HBO Developing Catherine Keener Comedy

HBO Developing Catherine Keener Comedy
Catherine Keener is teaming with Charlie Kaufman for a new HBO series. According to Deadline.com, the new half-hour show will follow one day in a woman's life.

The untitled project, which Kenner will produce, will explore how events leading up to that day can affect the reality she lives in. Kaufman is executive producing, writing and directing.

Kaufman and Keener have worked together in the past on films including "Synecdoche, New York," "Being John Malkovich" and the upcoming "Frank Or Francis."

Over the course of her career, Keener has only made a handful of TV appearances. She appeared in the short-lived TV series "Ohara," did an episode of "Seinfeld" and a few TV movies including "If These Walls Could Talk."

If the Keener/Kaufman project makes it to series, it would join HBO's growing line-up of female-fronted comedies. The network currently has "Veep" starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "Girls" from Lena Dunham
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HBO Developing Catherine Keener Comedy

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HBO Developing Catherine Keener Comedy
Catherine Keener is teaming with Charlie Kaufman for a new HBO series. According to Deadline.com, the new half-hour show will follow one day in a woman's life.

The untitled project, which Kenner will produce, will explore how events leading up to that day can affect the reality she lives in. Kaufman is executive producing, writing and directing.

Kaufman and Keener have worked together in the past on films including "Synecdoche, New York," "Being John Malkovich" and the upcoming "Frank Or Francis."

Over the course of her career, Keener has only made a handful of TV appearances. She appeared in the short-lived TV series "Ohara," did an episode of "Seinfeld" and a few TV movies including "If These Walls Could Talk."

If the Keener/Kaufman project makes it to series, it would join HBO's growing line-up of female-fronted comedies. The network currently has "Veep" starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, "Girls" from Lena Dunham
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Turning Back Time: 66 Reasons Why We Love Cher

The force of nature known as Cher turns 66 today, and is about to celebrate her 50th year in show business. As tribute, lets take a look at a few of the reasons why she's remained an icon for decades.

Take a look at these 66 moments in time ... and then add your own. What's your favorite Cher memory?

1. - She knows how to dress like a serious actress.

2. - She's earned soft lighting.

3. - She gives great interview.

4. - "You are physically repulsive, intellectually retarded, you're morally reprehensible, vulgar, insensitive, selfish, stupid, you have no taste, a lousy sense of humor and you smell."

5. - Suspect. She's the only public defender in screen history who could rock a leather jacket and Windmere hair crimper.

6. - Mask

7. - Mask 2

8. - She's immortalized in Comic form.

9. - And some of us couldn't get enough.

10. - She starred in one of the greatest films of the 80's.
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Stone And Vergara To Get Hot And Heavy As Bisexual Lovers

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Stone And Vergara To Get Hot And Heavy As Bisexual Lovers
Sharon Stone and sexy Colombian actress Sofia Vergara are set to heat up the big screen as bisexual lovers in a new comedy.

The Oscar winner will play a dermatologist who enjoys a threesome with Modern Family beauty Vergara and John Turturro's escort character in Fading Gigolo.

A source tells Life & Style magazine, "Sharon thinks it's going to be a lot of fun playing the lover of one of the hottest actresses out there. The scenes will be steamy!"

Legendary filmmaker Woody Allen has been cast as The Big Lebowski actor's pimp.

The movie will begin shooting in New York in April with Turturro also serving as director.

Stone is no stranger to lesbian love scenes - she romanced a woman in 1992 thriller Basic Instinct and played comedienne Ellen DeGeneres' lover in 1996 TV movie If These Walls Could Talk.

"American Horror Story" Recap: It's All Fun and Games Until... Holy Crap That's Just Wroooong

When Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's American Horror Story premiered on FX two weeks ago, many of us wondered if the experiment in graphic and twisted terror could sustain itself after the frenetic and boundary-pushing first episode. And while the show has gradually eased off of some of the tricks and gimmicks it threw our way right out of the gate, I'm very pleased to say that three episodes in it is still every bit as creepy, weird, and alive. More alive than most of its characters, in fact - but we'll get to that in a minute.

Seriously - wow. This episode grounded the show like a fresh cement foundation under a gazebo, didn't it? We had the resolution of a few storylines, the beginnings of a few new ones, and the entwining of several seemingly disparate threads. But more than anything, it had an emotional depth that
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"American Horror Story" 1.02 Recap: "Is Everybody Crazy?"

That's right, folks - I hope you haven't taken your daily potassium supplement yet because American Horror Story is back with more Bananas. In the second episode of FX's aggressively kooky horror show the action was a bit more focused (instead of 10 storylines we only had about 7) but it was no less intense than the Certified Batsh*t premiere. Plus, this week they added a new ingredient to the mix: Axe murder!

Yes, Ep 2 decided to do a little redecorating by splashing buckets of blood on the wainscoted walls of the Harmon House. Grab your paint chips and let's see if we can match it!

As with the premiere, we begin with a flashback - this time to 1968. I'm already loving the idea that we could bounce around to any time period and see what the house was up to - the possibilities are endless, really. It's like If These Walls Could Talk,
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Is 'Five' another Emmy contender for Lifetime?

Is 'Five' another Emmy contender for Lifetime?
Lifetime's made-for-television movie "Five," airing Monday, could be an Emmy contender next year. The film about five women battling breast cancer includes segments directed by Emmy nominees Patty Jenkins ("The Killing"), Demi Moore (producer of "If These Walls Could Talk") and previous acting champ Jennifer Aniston ("Friends"). John Griffiths of Us Weekly called the flick "mostly maudlin," but applauded Aniston for eliciting, "a glowing turn from Patricia Clarkson as a feisty survivor-type." Clarkson is already a two-time Emmy winner for guest appearances on "Six Feet Under" and she could compete for "Five." In 2003, she earned a supporting Oscar nod as a cancer patient in "Pieces of April." Other stars of "Five" include Emmy nominees Jeanne Tripplehorn ("Grey Gardens"), Bob Newhart ("Newhart"), Jeffrey Tambor ("Arrested Develo...
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