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The first casting announcements for Chris Columbus’ next project Pixels have been announced today with actors Josh Gad and Kevin James in early talks to star. The story is centred on 4 champion arcade gamers tasked with saving the world when aliens attack using 80′s video games as their weapons; easily the best movie synopsis we’ve read in a while.
Not too much is known about Pixels just yet, other than it is aiming for a 2016 release and the screenplay is being penned by Timothy Dowling (Role Models) and Tim Herlihy (Grown Ups 2) and is based on a short by Patrick Jean. There’s rumours circulating that Adam Sandler may also play one of the gamers but officially his involvement is currently on the production side only.
Gad, as adorable snowman Olaf, might just have been our favourite thing about Disney’s gargantuan hit Frozen where he got to »
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Stocking up on essentials, Eva Mendes? The 39-year-old stunner was spotted grocery shopping at Gelson's Supermarket on Monday, Jan. 27 in Los Angeles, Calif., where she was seen strolling through the aisles with a jam-packed shopping cart. Looking casual and cute in a polka-dot cardigan, patterned trousers and a pair of high-heeled ankle boots, the Hitch star filled her cart with a variety of items, including lemon, oranges and other fruit, bouquets of flowers, frozen pizzas and Perrier sparkling water. She pulled her long brunette locks up in a loose bun and appeared to be wearing minimal makeup for the outing, ignoring the pesky paps during her solo shopping trip. It's been nearly three months »
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