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Yikes! Pamela Anderson Looks Like a Blonde Bride of Frankenstein

Yikes! Pamela Anderson Looks Like a Blonde Bride of Frankenstein
Did Pamela Anderson already rock this dress when walking down the aisle to wed one world famous rocker? This is one way to get a second wear out of a big day dress, though it looks like those blonde extensions were also grabbed out of the '95 wedding weekend box... We can't say we're surprised to see the Dancing with the Stars contestant back to her bleached and teased ways. But minus the poor choice of styling, this is still way too sexy-bride-back-from-the-dead for anyone's tastes. Not only is the dress a weird choice for the World Music Awards, but it's also ill-fitting, way too long, and like a scene out of an I Love the '90s special. We might approve of the design in a less wedding ready...
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What to TiVo: Wednesday

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ABC is new with The Middle, Modern Family, Cougar Town, and Oprah Winfrey Oscar Special CBS is new with New Adventures of Old Christine, Gary Unmarried, Criminal Minds, and CSI: NY Fox is new with American Idol NBC is new with Mercy and Law & Order: Svu The CW has repeats of Life Unexpected and Gossip Girl Bravo is new with Shear Genius Comedy Central is new with The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report FX is new with Nip/Tuck MTV has repeats of South Park and is new with The Real World USA is new with Psych VH1 has Best of I Love the '90s and Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp Late-night highlights include Chelsea Handler, Apolo Anton Ohno, and Avril Lavigne on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on NBC; Jerry Seinfeld and Tom Brokaw on The Late Show With David Letterman on CBS; Mario
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'Judge Dredd' Remake News: Alex Garland Writing the Screenplay

  • Cinematical
Less than a year ago it was made known that a new adaptation of the ongoing dystopian action comic Judge Dredd was in the works, which I think is fair to say came as a surprise to most everyone. Not that the comic property became a poisoned well to return to after Dredd's first trip to the big screen, the bulky 1995 critical and commercial flop starring Sylvester Stallone and Rob Schneider in arguably his most annoying role ever. But you gotta admit it takes cojones to willingly associate millions upon millions of dollars with a title that is most often remembered in jest. Yet comic owner Rebellion and the production company DNA Films exhibited no signs of embarrassment in making the announcement last December that they were bringing the lawgiver back.

Now, thanks to the planet's newest and most reliable source of unimpeachable news, Twitter, we know just why those
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Reitman set to take 'Over' for Montecito

The Montecito Picture Co. has dipped into its discretionary fund to pre-emptively pick up Over My Dead Body from scribes Michael Colton and John Aboud as a directing vehicle for Ivan Reitman. Details about the project are being kept close to the vest, though it is being described as a comedic ghost story. The company's Jackie Marcus brought in the project and will produce along with Montecito principals Reitman, Tom Pollock and Joe Medjuck. The company has a first-look deal with DreamWorks. Reitman, director of comedy classics Stripes and Ghostbusters, is prepping superhero comedy Super Ex for Regency Enterprises. Colton and Aboud are regular commentators on VH1's Best Week Ever and I Love the '90s. They recently wrote sports spoof The Comebacks for Fox Searchlight and rewrote The Twits, based on the Roald Dahl book, for Disney. They also recently made a six-figure blind deal at Sony Television to create a half-hour comedy that Principato-Young will executive produce. Colton and Aboud are repped by CAA, Principato-Young and Jared Levine.

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