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“From the moment he found out, he was, like, ‘Oh I think I’m nauseous too.’ And I’m, like, ‘What are you doing?! No you’re not!’ ” DeLoach tells Mark Steines and Debbie Matenopoulos in a People exclusive clip from Friday’s episode of Home & Family.
On the episode, Matenopoulos discusses the reality of “sympathy pains” — but DeLoach isn’t having any of it.
“He’s telling me … he had back pain when his wife »
- Patrick Gomez
Netflix has taken global rights outside Italy to Italian director Andrea Molaioli’s teen pregnancy pic “Slam,” which is based on the novel by the same title by British writer Nick Hornby, known for “High Fidelity,” “Fever Pitch” and “About a Boy.”
The deal is being touted as the streaming giant’s first global launch of an Italian feature film.
Produced by Indigo Film, which is the prominent Italian shingle behind Paolo Sorrentino’s Oscar-winning “The Great Beauty,” with financing from Rai Cinema, “Slam” transposes to Rome Hornby’s London-set story about a 16-year-old skateboarding aficionado who is afraid of becoming a father. It stars Jasmine Trinca (“Miele”) and Luca Marinelli (“They Call Me Jeeg”) as the protagonists’ young parents.
- Nick Vivarelli
This article first appeared on Entertainment Weekly.
Stopping by The Tonight Show to chat about her upcoming Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet, Barrymore took on three separate Guinness world records live, with the help of the host and her Fever Pitch costar. Fallon decided apart from “holding the record for being one of the coolest people in the world,” the actress needed some technical records under her belt.
Her first challenge: apply lipstick to »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
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