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Warners' 'Fraud' scams Mitchell for helming duty

4 November 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Warner Bros. Pictures has tapped Mike Mitchell to direct the Adam Schroeder-produced live-action comedy The Fraud Prince. Based on a Dan Forman-Paul Foley script the studio acquired in 2001, Fraud is described as a noirish detective tale set in a fairy tale world. It revolves around a young lady-in-waiting who tries to uncover the truth about a princess' mysterious suitor with the help of the kingdom's first private eye. The project is being produced by Schroeder through his Warners-based production banner. Warners production execs Polly Cohen and Kristin Lowe are overseeing for the studio. Mitchell's latest directorial effort, the DreamWorks comedy Surviving Christmas, opens Nov. 24. He is also developing Sky High for the Walt Disney Co. and Super Santa for Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures. Mitchell also directed the 1999 Walt Disney Co. comedy Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. He is repped by Endeavor. »

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Applegate works at 'Anchor' desk for DreamWorks

15 May 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Christina Applegate will star opposite Will Ferrell in DreamWorks' Anchor Man: The Legend of Ron Burgundy for director Adam McKay. Production begins in the summer. The project reunites the actress with the studio, for whom she is in production on the comedy Surviving Christmas. The 1970s-set film sees a local news anchorman with perfect hair and an inflated ego (Ferrell) who believes he is ready for a national network job falling in love with a cutthroat feminist reporter (Applegate) also out to further her career and who threatens his job. Anchor was written by Ferrell and McKay. Adam Goodman is DreamWorks' creative executive on the project. Applegate, repped by CAA and manager Tami Lynn, recently appeared in Miramax's View From the Top as well as last year's The Sweetest Thing from Columbia Pictures. »

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Jealous J.Lo Angry About Ben's Secret Dance with Applegate

21 February 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Angry Jennifer Lopez stormed out of a surprise lunchtime meeting with fiance Ben Affleck because she felt sure she'd wandered into a clinch between her man and his new sexy co-star. Affleck was rehearsing a scene for new movie Surviving Christmas with actress Christina Applegate when he started chatting to her about her role in celebrity burlesque revue The Pussycat Dolls. But just as Applegate was giving Ben a taste of her sexy dance act, Lopez walked in on the couple, and promptly marched off. Set sources claim Affleck ran after his wife-to-be and managed to calm her down before the couple disappeared to spend some quality time together in the actor's trailer. »

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Affleck's 'Christmas' Disaster

4 February 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Trouble is brewing on the set of Ben Affleck's new movie Surviving Christmas because of the faulty script. Daredevil star Affleck is starring in the festive picture alongside Sopranos actor James Gandolfini and reports suggest that filming so far has been 'a disaster.' Insiders told website People News that the shoot has been postponed while dramatic rewrites are done on the script and that Gandolfini has been left so furious by the chaos that he refused to leave his trailer for an whole day until his scenes were altered to 'make sense.' The entire production is also going to be uprooted from Chicago to Los Angeles in an unforeseen schedule change which has left the anxious crew in confusion. »

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J.Lo Improves on Her Tips

3 February 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jennifer Lopez's engagement to Ben Affleck appears to have affected her in a big way - she's now picked up her fiance's penchant for leaving oversized tips at restaurants. On January 20, while in Chicago visiting Affleck, who's currently filming Surviving Christmas with James Gandolfini and Christina Applegate, J.Lo feasted with friends on sesame chicken and ginger ale at the Windy City's Ben Pao restaurant. According to a source, the 32-year-old New York native slept restlessly later that night "knowing that her party had only tipped 20 percent." The next day, the source tells American magazine Us Weekly, one of her dinner companions made their way back to the restaurant and left her server an extra $100 and said, "Jennifer was talking about it all night. She felt terrible because she felt she had made a mistake." A restaurant representative says, "We were excited to have her with us and impressed with her generosity." »

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