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In A Perfect World will present a special dance event for charity next month.
Dance For Change is a fantastic dance class event where you will learn moves from Bring It On’s Rachele Brooke Smith and Dance Plug’s Benjamin Allen. Proceeds from the event will benefit the 1736 Family Crisis Center, whose mission is to help those most in need by offering the necessary tools to develop safe, self-sufficient lives, focusing on domestic violence victims, runaway and homeless youth, and community members who need extra help to create stable lives.
Rachele – who has appeared in films such as Seventeen Again, Bedtime Stories and Center Stage 2 – will coach attendees in Intermediate Jazz Funk, while Benjamin will take all levels for Groov3. The cost to attend is $15.
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Kick-Ass didn't bust out of its unpopular superhero comedy confines nor did it match its hype, but it nonetheless delivered one of the highest-grossing starts ever for its sub-genre. Still, that wasn't enough to lead a weekend that saw How to Train Your Dragon spreading its wings further. With five pictures grossing $15-20 million, overall business was up around 12 percent from the same timeframe last year, when 17 Again ruled. Maintaining its altitude better than any other nationwide release, How to Train Your Dragon eased 20 percent to an estimated $20 million. That lifted its total to $158.6 million in 24 days, or within shouting distance of Monsters Vs. Aliens and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa through their 24th days despite those pictures' much larger initial grosses. With a month and a half as the only family event in town, positive word-of-mouth for its story and its 3D ticket price premium, Dragon's trajectory points to a final gross north of $200 million, »
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Zac Efron is joining the spy game? Good luck going incognito.
The "Seventeen Again" star is attached to play the lead and executive produce Universal studios adaptation of the graphic novel "Fire," according to THR's Heat Vision blog.
Brian Michael Bendis, who wrote the original graphic novel, will pen the adaptation about a college student who becomes a spy when a CIA project decides to see if ordinary citizens can be successful agents.
- Miley Cyrus, another Disney alum, may be "Lol: Laughing Out Loud," reports Variety. She and Demi Moore are circling the American remake of the French film that follows a teenager (Cyrus) who gets dumped by her boyfriend so she sets her sights on his best friend. Her mom (Moore) is a divorcee who's trying to readjust to being single again.
3 items from 2010
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