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Jennifer Love Hewitt -- America's high school sweetheart and girl next door -- seems to bear little resemblance to the girl pictured in her freshman year high school yearbook photo.
Though still adorable as ever with moppy hair and squinty eyes, the 34-year-old actress must have matured on the set of "Party Of Five" in the mid-'90s, later showing her sultry side in "Can't Hardly Wait" and "I Know What You Did Last Summer."
It seems the "Client List" star -- the role for which Hewitt's grandmother nicknamed her her favorite "little TV ho" -- has come a long way since those awkward high school days.
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- Huffington Post
• May the 4th Be With You. [Geek News]
• "My Mother the Failure" and 5 other alternate titles for "Home Alone." [Funny or Die]
• The 25 modern Marvel movies — regardless of whatever damn studio they came from — ranked from worst to best. [ScreenCrush]
• So, is "Iron Man Three" the best superhero threequel in history? Better than, you know, "Superman III," even? [The Week]
• You know "Iron Man." But are you acquainted with "Tetsuo: The Iron Man"? [Film.com]
• The Good, the Bad and the Totally Meh at "The Great Gatsby" premiere. [The Frisky]
• Meet the 5 actors who are apparently screen testing for the role of Augustus in "The Fault in Our Stars." [Hollywood Crush]
• Meet the guy who built his home to look like the U.S.S. Enterprise. [FilmDrunk]
• 18 reasons why you totally had a crush on John Bender in "The Breakfast Club." [BuzzFeed]
• The cast of "Can't Hardly Wait": Where are all those hearty partiers now? »
- NextMovie Staff
Iron Man is here to kick off Summer blockbuster season! Check out pictures from the film, and find out why Iron Man 3 is a must see. If you need a refresher, here's everything you need to know about Iron Man before you see the new film. May is here! Check out our must haves for the month, watch trailers for May movies, and vote on the film you can't wait to see this month. See pictures from all of this year's season finales! We've got shirtless Arrow, the final chapter of The Office, Glee heading to Regionals, cute and sexy Vampire Diaries pics, and a New Girl wedding. Find out what shows were canceled this season. Take note of this golden oldies playlist for your wedding. You know you're wondering where the cast of Can't Hardly Wait is now. John Krasinski made us laugh with some hilarious anecdotes about The Office. »
- Becky Kirsch
It's been 15 years since Can't Hardly Wait hit the big screen, but several actors from the quotable '90s film are still in the spotlight. The story of average-guy Preston pursuing the beautiful prom queen featured a number of popular TV and film stars before they were well known. For instance, you may recall Jennifer Love Hewitt as the lead, but do you remember Peter Facinelli as the mean jock? What about the smaller roles played by Jason Segel, Selma Blair, and Jerry O'Connell? Take a trip down memory lane, and see what the Can't Hardly Wait cast is up to now! View Slideshow › »
- Laura Marie Meyers
According to sources, Jennifer Love Hewitt is ready for a big comeback -- she's allegedly tapped to be one of the very next judges for "X-Factor." Isn't that super? Because yeah! It's super! The source tells Us Magazine that Simon Cowell himself is eager to have Jlh join the judges' panel on the upcoming season, and truly, it most likely has nothing to do with boobs. (Wait. No. It probably has a lot to do with boobs. Because have you even seen Jennifer Love Hewitt's amazing boobs as of late? They're pretty fabulous, and they look great on TV, too. Talk about some hefty ratings, if you know what that means.) In short, Jennifer Love Hewitt would be an amazing addition to "X-Factor," and not just because of boobs -- but because "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Can't Hardly Wait" were classic, epic cult movies that will live on in forevertude, »
- tooFab Staff
While at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival a few weeks ago, Dread Central had the opportunity to sit down and chat exclusively with one of the beloved leading ladies of our genre - Sara Paxton.
After roles in several horror projects including Shark Night 3D, The Innkeepers and the remake of The Last House on the Left, Paxton is taking her career to a completely new place we've never seen the young actress before with her provocative performance as a damaged trophy wife in E. L. Katz's blisteringly violent Cheap Thrills, which recently premiered in Austin.
During our interview with Paxton, we heard her thoughts on taking some huge risks as an actress in Cheap Thrills and working with her co-stars Pat Healy, David Koechner and Ethan Embry. Paxton also discussed why the role of Violet terrified her and what her "line" would be if she was dared to do humiliating »
In honor of spring break CineFix put together this video breaking down what they think are the ten best high school party movies of all time. I enjoy watching coming of age high school movies and they seemed to put together a solid list of movies that I've enjoyed. I don't necessarily agree with the order, and they also left out some other classic 80's films like Weird Science, which could easily replace the film Fun Size which kinda sucked.
The list of movies in the video include:
10) Project X
9) Fun Size
6) 21 Jump Street
5) 16 Candles
4) American Pie
2) Super Bad
1) Dazed and Confused »
- Joey Paur
Due to the absence of Will Schuester at McKinley High, this week's Glee practice was almost cancelled. Overlooking the fact that Will has been Mia for the better part of the year, Sam and Blaine saved the day so the New Directions wouldn't have a week off from regionals practice.
The assignment of the week? Everyone had to perform their "Guilty Pleasures."
When Blaine discovered that Sam was hiding his pretty awesome talent for macaroni art portraits, he was inspired to make this week's theme all about exposing hidden passions. Sam and Blaine went with one of the classic guilty pleasures acts and kicked things off with a little Wham! Can I get a couple of "jitterbugs?"
Sam continued to express himself when he admitted that he's a hardcore Barry Manilow "fanilow." I've seriously not seen such a hardcore "fanilow" since Ethan Embry's character in Can't Hardly Wait. Remember »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Leigh Raines)
Directed by: E.L. Katz
What would you do for $250,000? What about $20,000, or $10,000? What about fifty bucks? What price can you put on your health, your body, your relationships and your soul?
These are the questions asked by the thought-provoking and glorious indie film Cheap Thrills, which found its debut this week at SXSW. Starring Pat Healy (The Innkeepers, Compliance), Ethan Embry (Empire Records, Can't Hardly Wait), Sara Paxton (The Innkeepers), and David Koechner (everything ever), the movie is a smart, relentless and troubling exercise in exploring the depths of a man's resolve.
The movie begins with an introduction to Craig (Healy), a meek, kind family man with a beautiful wife and a toddler son. Craig is a failed writer working as a mechanic, but in the first ten minutes of the »
- Amanda Rebholz
One sub-genre of movies that has always had an audience is the teen party movie. Each decade seems to have a definitive entry ranging from Weird Science to Can't Hardly Wait to Superbad to Project X. But, through all of those movies and beyond, there does not seem to be much variation in their contents. All high school party movies seem to exist in a world where any teenager can throw a party that is so epic in scale and wonton bacchanalian insanity, that it makes you wonder what the hell »
- Alex Maidy
There were several Twilight stars with long-lived careers and notoriety before coming into the Saga's cast. For instance, Kristen Stewart was regarded for her work in films like Into The Wild, and Robert Pattinson was known by the Harry Potter fan community as their Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. Peter Facinelli was Mike Dexter from Can't Hardly Wait to a lot of folks, Dakota Fanning has been famo ... Jamie Campbell Bower, The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones, Anna Kendrick, Pitch Perfect, Up In The Air, ParaNorman, Jack Huston, Boardwalk Empire, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Nurse Jackie, Daniel Cudmore, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters, Valorie Curry, The Following, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, Billy Burke, J.D. Pardo, Revolution, Edi Gathegi, X-Men: First Class, Christopher Heyerdahl, Supernatural, Sanctuary, Hell On Wheels, True Blood, Charlie Bewley, The Vampire Diaries, »
On the heels of yesterday's Once Upon a Time episode teases - which promise a murder and a new practitioner of magic, among other developments on Sunday's "The Cricket Game" - TV Fanatic has gathered up some upcoming casting scoops regarding this ABC sensation...
First, Adam Horowitz told reporters on the Disney lot in Burbank that Ethan Embry will soon make his debut. As whom? The producer remained mum, but said the Can't Hardly Wait actor is "great" in the mysterious role.
Second, Lesley Nicol (Mrs. Patmore on Downton Abbey) will guest star on Episode 15 a character with a "connection to Snow White and her family."
Third, Mulan will return on January 13.
Finally, consider yourselves Spoiler Warned and check out the revealing clip below from this Sunday's installment:
Once Upon a Time Sneak Peek: Who Would Do This? »
- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
12 items from 2013
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