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Bateman finds 'Heartbreak' with Poehler

28 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jason Bateman and Amy Poehler have signed on to star in The Heartbreak Kid for DreamWorks Pictures. The story centers on a man (Bateman) who is convinced that he has finally met the right girl and marries too quickly. While on his honeymoon and in the process of discovering that his new bride (Poehler) is a nightmare, he meets the girl of his dreams. Scott Armstrong and Leslie Dixon are writing the screenplay for producers Radar Pictures and Davis Entertainment. The DreamWorks executives on the project are Marc Haimes and Ashley Woodard. James Bobin is set to direct the film, replacing Barry Sonnenfeld, who fell off the project late last year. Bateman recently won a Golden Globe for his performance on the Fox series Arrested Development. His big-screen credits include Starsky & Hutch and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Poehler's credits include Mean Girls and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Bateman is repped by ICM and managed by 3 Arts. Poehler is repped by UTA, 3 Arts and attorney Warren Dern. »

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Bateman finds 'Heartbreak' with Poehler

22 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jason Bateman and Amy Poehler have signed on to star in The Heartbreak Kid for DreamWorks Pictures. The story centers on a man (Bateman) who is convinced that he has finally met the right girl and marries too quickly. While on his honeymoon and in the process of discovering that his new bride (Poehler) is a nightmare, he meets the girl of his dreams. Scott Armstrong and Leslie Dixon are writing the screenplay for producers Radar Pictures and Davis Entertainment. The DreamWorks executives on the project are Marc Haimes and Ashley Woodard. James Bobin is set to direct the film, replacing Barry Sonnenfeld, who fell off the project late last year. Bateman recently won a Golden Globe for his performance on the Fox series Arrested Development. His big-screen credits include Starsky & Hutch and Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Poehler's credits include Mean Girls and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. Bateman is repped by ICM. Poehler is repped by UTA, 3 Arts and attorney Warren Dern. »

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Vaughn Clarifies Relationship with Aniston

16 February 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Starsky & Hutch star Vince Vaughn has spoken out to declare he and Jennifer Aniston are just friends, after a business meeting between them was portrayed as a romantic date. Aniston, who split from husband Brad Pitt last month, was pictured with Vaughn at the Posh Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel on February 2. And while rumors have circulated about a possible romance between the pair, Vaughn insists it was strictly business. He says, "We had a meeting about one of the projects that I'm doing and discussing. People wanna try to sell magazines. You can't take it personal that's just their job." »

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Schneider Blasts "Pompous" Movie Critic

8 February 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

American comic Rob Schneider has furiously labeled movie critic Patrick Goldstein "unfunny" and "pompous" for his attack on his contribution to cinema. The former Saturday Night Live star has taken out a full-page advertisement in the Hollywood Reporter attacking Goldstein's article on January 26, in which he blasted movie studios for making lackluster sequels like Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. His verbal assault mirrors Owen Wilson's recent defense of Starsky & Hutch co-star Ben Stiller, who was criticized for his "tiresome" screen presence by New Yorker magazine's David Denby. Schneider writes of Goldstein, "Most of the world (has) no idea of your existence. Maybe you didn't win a Pulitzer Prize because they haven't invented a category for 'Best Third-Rate, Unfunny Pompous Reporter'. I can honestly say that if I sat with your colleagues at a luncheon, afterwards they'd say, 'You know, that Rob Schneider is a pretty intelligent guy' ... whereas, if you sat with my colleagues, after lunch, you would just be beaten beyond recognition." On gossip website Pagesix.Com, Goldstein responds, "I haven't received so many congratulatory phone calls since Billy Crystal wrote a letter to the editor comparing me to Roy Cohn." »

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