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Duff-Lohan Feud Explained

26 December 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The war between teen stars Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan has been explained - it's all down to Duff's mother being overprotective. Earlier this month, a furious Duff and her mother Susan attempted to have Freaky Friday star Lohan ejected from the premiere of her new film Cheaper By The Dozen, with 20Th Century Fox executives eventually begging Lohan to stay. And the reason for Susan's ire has been revealed - a few weeks earlier, Duff's black Range Rover had been pelted with eggs outside her Hollywood Hills home, and, an insider says, "people told Susan that Lindsay did it." The source adds, "Susan is very protective of Hilary and didn't want Lindsay anywhere near her." But Lohan's spokeswoman Leslie Sloane-Zelnik says, "Lindsay wasn't even in town when that happened. She has been in Canada shooting her starring role in Lorne Michaels' Mean Girls." The girls have been rivals for years - they competed for similar roles when they were with Disney, and both have dated teen heart-throb Aaron Carter. »

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Davis, Waters doing 'Twist' with Regency

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

Regency Enterprises is in negotiations to acquire Ernie Altbacker's spec script Twist, with Fox-based John Davis on board to produce. Altbacker developed the script with Freaky Friday helmer Mark S. Waters, who is attached to direct for Regency. The project is described as a comedic version of Total Recall, centering on a man who goes on a vacation in the body of another person -- an agent for the CIA. Davis will produce through his Davis Entertainment along with Jill Bernheimer and Keetgi Kogan. At Regency, the project is being overseen by senior vp production Kara Francis and director of development Alexa Amin for production topper Sanford Panitch. At Davis Entertainment, executive vp production Brian Manis is overseeing for the producer. Altbacker is repped by David Boxerbaum at Metropolitan Talent Agency and manager Anna Barber. Waters, who is directing Mean Girls for Paramount Pictures and Broadway Video, is repped by CAA. »

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Lohan joining WB misfits in 'Dramarama'

29 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Lindsay Lohan is in negotiations to topline Dramarama for Warner Bros. Pictures. Andrew Lazar is producing through his Mad Chance Prods. A winter start date is expected. Lohan would play a promising drama student who attends an elite high school. When her father loses his job and the family can't afford the private school, she is forced to attend a run-down public school. There, she forms a drama group with a gang of misfits and ends up facing her former school in a drama competition called Dramarama. In the role, Lohan will be called upon to sing and dance. Warners executive Kevin McCormick is overseeing the project. Lohan most recently starred in the Walt Disney Co. hit Freaky Friday and is shooting Mean Girls for Paramount. She next appears in Disney's Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen. Lohan is repped by Endeavor. »

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Chabert just one of the 'Girls'

19 September 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Lacey Chabert of Party of Five fame will get tough for helmer Mark Waters and Broadway Video Motion Pictures as she joins Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams as one of the leads in Paramount Pictures' teen comedy Mean Girls. She also has just signed with Paradigm. Jonathan Bennett also has signed on for a lead role in Mean Girls, which was penned by Saturday Night Live's Tina Fey. Lohan toplines as a girl who enrolls at an Illinois public high school after growing up abroad. She then experiences how cruel teenagers -- especially girls -- can be when she falls in love with the wrong guy (Bennett). Chabert will play one of the bad girls. Shooting will start this month in Toronto, with Lorne Michaels producing and Jill Messick executive producing. Chabert also is repped by Nine Yards Entertainment. Her recent credits include Daddy Day Care for Revolution Studios. Bennett is repped by the Gersh Agency, Amplitude Entertainment and attorney David Krintzman at Barnes, Morris, Klein, Mark, Yorn, Barnes & Levine. His other credits include Season of Youth and Law & Order: SVU. »

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