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Bumblebee's Stephen Schneider Reveals He Hilariously Prank Texted Pamela Adlon As Steven Spielberg

Bumblebee's Stephen Schneider Reveals He Hilariously Prank Texted Pamela Adlon As Steven Spielberg
After arriving on the set of Transformers prequel Bumblebee, actor Stephen Schneider instantly hit it off with costar Pamela Adlon.

“We became buddies. After the table read she gave me her phone number so we could connect off-set,” Schneider tells People exclusively of his friendship with the Better Things actress. “Later that day I texted her — she didn’t have my number. I texted her, ‘Hey Pam, Just wanted to let you know, I just watched the table read via satellite, you were phenomenal. Also, I’m a huge fan of your show. This is Steven Spielberg.’”

At first Adlon
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Stella Pond in Twi-Parody Trailer: Funny?

Twilight parody trailer: Twiharder (image: John Gearries and Tanya Zoeller in Twiharder) [See previous post: "Twilight Parody vs. Lionsgate and Summit: $500 Million Lawsuit."] Say what you will about the productions values found in (or missing from) the Twiharder clip below, but you must admit that in the first scene leading lady Tanya Zoeller does a really good imitation of Kristen Stewart’s voice and mannerisms (e.g., lip-biting). And I gotta admit that I found kinda kinky-funny watching Christopher Sean’s use of his abs to stop the bleeding on the forehead of Zoeller’s Stella Pond. Edward Cullen parodist John Gearries, for his part, does a pretty good imitation of John Gilbert in His Glorious Night, repeating "I love you" ad nauseam. Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly’s Singin’ in the Rain, by the way, had Kelly parodying John Gilbert in that early talkie. Now, why didn’t anyone try to stop them? Well, a key reason is that the
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"Graceland" casting scoop: Jenn Proske and Chris Redman guesting on upcoming USA drama

Jenn Proske ("Vampires Suck," "Beauty and the Beast") and Chris Redman ("CSI: Miami") have been cast in recurring roles in "Graceland," USA Network's upcoming law enforcement drama.

Proske will play Abby, an affluent East Coast girl who falls for Mike (Aaron Tveit), one of the agents living undercover in a beach house in Southern California.

Redman's character, Whistler, is a meth addict working as a criminal informant for FBI agent Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito), who takes on a big sister role with the troubled and lonely man.

"Graceland," from "White Collar" showrunner Jeff Eastin, is set to premiere in summer 2013.
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Episode Recap: CSI: NY - 8.09: "Means to an End"

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Jo (Sela ward) is thrown against a mirror and hovers between consciousness, as a man walks around the room, which we know can only be Curtis (Jason Wiles) and throws bullets around. 48 hours earlier Jo spots a man outside the courtroom, who is revealed as Frank (Michael Weston). Serena (Jenn Proske) is distraught over Curtis walking free. Jo is adamant they will get him. The Senator (Jeffrey Nordling) asks how she can say that. Jo isn't involved in the case and "the case still fell apart." That's a damning indictment against Lindsay (Anna Belknap) and her skills if ever there was one, ha. 3 years ago Washington DC, a flashback to Jo meeting the Senator and Serena. He doesn't want any press involvement that's why he called in the FBI. Serena was drinking and blames herself. Present day Jo gets out the evidence and Mac (Gary Sinise) reaffirms she can't be on this case,
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Episode Recap: CSI: NY - 8.08: "Crossroads"

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A man comes too on the floor of an apartment and the TV plays in the background, a scene about self defence and not being believed. He leaves on his bike. A jury and judge arrive to view a Cs and the judge is shot by a shooter on a bike. Mac (Gary Sinise) picks up his rolling cigar. Flack (Eddie Cahill) comments the criminal court judge was shot under the noses of the cops and the jury was sequestered. Judge Vinnie Corsica (Brad Blaisdell) was presiding over the Markov trial, a Russian mobster. Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) talks about him being the "Sammy Bull of Russian organized crime and Markov has "a dozen bodies on him." Mac: "Looks like it just went to a baker's dozen." Groan that was definitely one of Stella's lines. Hawkes (Hill Harper) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap) process the Cs. Hawkes finds a smashed bullet. Three
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Sela Ward Co-Worker Drama Cast for CSI: NY

Sela Ward Co-Worker Drama Cast for CSI: NY

CSI: NY has turned to Michael Weston to play a former co-worker of Jo (Sela Ward) for an episode airing November 18. Weston will be playing Frank, an FBI crime lab agent and Jo’s partner before she the left Washington and the Bureau. To spice up the drama just a smidge, Jo wasn’t on the best of terms with Frank before she departed.

TV Guide reports that Frank and Jo worked on a rape case just before she left. Frank made a mistake while processing evidence and Jo couldn’t keep quiet on the mistake. This resulted in the rapist, John Curtis (Jason Wiles), getting off scot-free. Now in the present, Curtis is at it again, this time in New York, and Frank pays Jo a visit. Let’s hope he’s not too bitter. On top of that, Sen. Matthews
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Angry Senator after Sela Ward in CSI: NY Season 8

Angry Senator after Sela Ward in CSI: NY Season 8

Actress Sela Ward has made a senator pretty darn angry, but don’t worry; that’s just what takes place on camera for CSI: NY’s eighth season. Behind the scenes there’s a warm reunion happening between Ward and a former co-star of ABC’s Once and Again. Jeffery Nordling played Ward’s ex-husband Jake on the series, which ended in 2002. Now he’ll be guest starring on CSI: NY as the aforementioned senator.

EW reports that Nordling’s U.S. senator is furious with Jo (Ward) for how a rape case involving his daughter (played by Jenn Proske) was handled. When the rapist is arrested again for a separate crime, the senator lays down the pressure to ensure the man who raped his daughter doesn’t get away again. The issue won’t be resolved very quickly however, as
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'CSI: NY' stages a 'Once and Again' reunion -- Exclusive

'CSI: NY' stages a 'Once and Again' reunion -- Exclusive
Once and Again fans, this news is for you: EW has learned exclusively that Jeffrey Nordling will reunite with Sela Ward for a two-episode arc airing in November.

Nordling will play a U.S. senator who is still miffed at the way Jo (Ward) handled a rape case involving his daughter, Serena (played by newcomer Jenn Proske). The senator comes to New York City when his daughter’s rapist is arrested on a new case and applies pressure to make sure things aren’t screwed up the second time around.

Nordling played Ward’s ex-husband Jake on Once and Again,
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Another ’Twilight’ spoof movie on the way?

Another ’Twilight’ spoof movie on the way?
Could another Twilight spoof movie be on the way? Evidently so. Variety, when reporting on the plans for a new production company, Stonebrook International, mentioned that its "Cannes lineup turns around genre, including [a] 'Twilight'/vampire movie spoof 'Bite Me' . . ."

Indeed, you're probably already aware that the first full-length theatrical film spoofing the Twilight Saga was last year's Vampires Suck, starring Matt Lanter, Jenn Proske, Diedrich Bader, and Ken Jeong. With a production budget estimated at $20 million, Vampires Suck brought in $80 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo. So, it was certainly not a wash.

Details are slim on what Bite Me will focus on. The IMDb page for a 2011 film called Bite Me: The Movie offers the following description:

It's 1988 and A.C. is one of the coolest guys of the decade. But behind his trendy looks, expensive cloths, and cool demeanor he is secretly a mega-geek...
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If 'Two and a Half Men' goes, what comes next? A look at CBS' comedy pilots

The future of "Two and a Half Men" is, let's say, cloudy at the moment.

If we had to guess right now, we'd say that the show, which is currently the most-watched comedy on TV, will be back in some form -- with or without Charlie Sheen -- for 2011-12. CBS will announce its lineup for next season in mid-May, which means the network, Warner Bros. TV, creators Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn and Sheen have about two and a half months to figure out what happens next.

But what if the worst-case scenario for CBS happens and "Men" doesn't come back at all?

Yes, the network would probably suffer some in the ratings -- but it would probably also come out Ok. CBS also has the No. 2 and 3 comedies in terms of viewers in "The Big Bang Theory" and "Mike & Molly"; both shows are also in the Top 25 this
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Jenna Elfman might be a 'Bad Mom'; Christina Ricci in talks for 'Pan Am'

We bring you whole boatload of pilot casting news, including Jenna Elfman eyeing another sitcom and Christina Ricci considering her first full-time series role.

Elfman, who starred in CBS' "Accidentally on Purpose" last season, is talking with ABC about starring in its comedy pilot "Bad Mom." The former "Dharma & Greg" star will play a single mother who has previously left much of the child-rearing burden to her own mom, then has to take on those responsibilities when grandma finally says no. [Deadline]

Ricci, meanwhile, is in negotiations for another ABC pilot, "Pan Am." She would play a flight attendant in the drama about the men and women who worked for the titular airline in the 1960s. Ricci has dabbled in series TV before, guesting on "Saving Grace," "Grey's Anatomy" and upcoming episodes of "CSI," but this would be her first regular role on a show. [Hollywood Reporter]

"Little Children" and "Watchmen" star Patrick Wilson
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Ranking This Year's Razzie Nominees

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Ranking This Year's Razzie Nominees
It's been a tradition for over thirty years: the day before Hollywood celebrates its best at the Academy Awards a bunch of fanatical movie lovers gather to roast its worst at the Golden Raspberry Awards. Founded in 1981 by John Wilson, the Razzies, as they're more commonly known, are dedicated to 'giving the raspberry' to the most shameful and soulless travesties the movie industry has foisted upon us in a given year.

Though their intentions to dishonor crummy movies are honorable, like any award-bestowing body, the Razzies don't always get it right. Literally anybody with $35 bucks can join and vote, which means that hypothetically somebody in the movie business with a chip on his shoulder and some cash to burn could easily buy a couple thousand votes and screw with people he didn't like (look for more of that story that in my soon-to-be-Razzie-nominated screenplay "Razzmatazz," coming soon to a discount
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Win Vampires Suck on Blu-ray

Hot on the heels of a certain teen phenomenon comes Vampires Suck, out to own on DVD and Blu-Ray on 14th February 2011. Vampires Suck sees the comedy duo behind Scary Movie and Epic Movie apply their unique parody style to vampires – and vampire-lovers – with hilarious consequences…

Vampires Suck follows Becca Crane (Jenn Proske) as she moves to the town of Sporks to be with her father Frank (Diedrich Bader, Chuck). A bit of a loner, Becca struggles to fit in at her new school until she introduced to the Sullen family and quickly falls under the spell of the mysterious Edward Sullen (Matt Lanter, Disaster Movie). Becca finds herself torn when her childhood friend Jacob (Chris Riggi, Gossip Girl) makes his own play for her affections. In her quest to decide between the two she must survive a family dinner without actually becoming the main course; save Edward from a
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Vampires Suck - DVD Review

The Twilight franchise is ripe for satire and should be great fodder for a film to make fun of it. This is Not that film. Those responsible for several unfunny such films take a crack at the sparkly vampire genre and they still aren.t funny. In fact, they suck. Becca Crane (Jenn Proske) moves in with her father, Sheriff Frank (Diedrich Bader), when her mother starts an affair with Tiger Woods. She starts school and is intrigued by Edward Sullen (Matt Lanter). When she.s nearly run down by a van in the parking lot, Edward rushes in to save her with seemingly supernatural powers and is forced to admit that he is a vampire. He eventually introduces her
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Vampires Suck

Starring: Matt Lanter, Ken Jeong, Jenn Proske

Directors: Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer

The Scoop: It’s about time the “Scary Movie,” “Epic Movie” and “Disaster Movie” filmmakers sank their teeth into the vampire craze (though film critics probably disagree). Sure, hilarious “Twilight” spoofs are all over the Internet, but how many can you see on the big screen?

Special Features: Theatrical and unrated versions, gag reel, deleted scenes

Rated PG-13, 80 min. | Watch the trailer
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"Vampires Suck" Star Jenn Proske Talks Spoofing "Twilight"

"Vampires Suck" is the latest from the guys who unthankfully brought us "Date Movie, "Epic Movie," and pretty much every big-screen spoof the past few years. In "Vampires Suck," now on Blu-ray and DVD, they take on the increasingly ridiculous "Twilight" series, including Edward's disco ball glittering skin and Jacob's transformation to menacing Chihuahua.

But while the movie was expectedly slammed, star Jenn Proske hit all the right notes as Becca Crane, the object of affection of both Edward and Jacob's characters. She picked up all of Kristen Stewart's tics and great reviews for her first major film role (one review was titled "Vampires Suck ....(Jenn Proske Doesn't)." Proske talked to Cns about watching the "Twilight" films over 100 times, sporting lingerie on screen, and even jello wrestling.

Cns: The movie doesn't actually stray too far from the Twilight films because… they can be pretty ridiculous on their own.

Jenn Proske: Yeah,
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"Vampires Suck" Star Jenn Proske Talks Spoofing "Twilight"

"Vampires Suck" is the latest from the guys who unthankfully brought us "Date Movie, "Epic Movie," and pretty much every big-screen spoof the past few years. In "Vampires Suck," now on Blu-ray and DVD, they take on the increasingly ridiculous "Twilight" series, including Edward's disco ball glittering skin and Jacob's transformation to menacing Chihuahua.

But while the movie was expectedly slammed, star Jenn Proske hit all the right notes as Becca Crane, the object of affection of both Edward and Jacob's characters. She picked up all of Kristen Stewart's tics and great reviews for her first major film role (one review was titled "Vampires Suck ....(Jenn Proske Doesn't)." Proske talked to Cns about watching the "Twilight" films over 100 times, sporting lingerie on screen, and even jello wrestling.

Cns: The movie doesn't actually stray too far from the Twilight films because… they can be pretty ridiculous on their own.

Jenn Proske: Yeah,
See full article at iCelebz »

DVD and Blu-Ray Releases: November 30, 2010 - In a Dead Nation Twilight Eclipse Vampires Suck

This is The week to invest in a PS3 just so you can buy and download the fantastic Dead Nation exclusively on the Playstation Network. Trust us - it will be worth your while.

If you are not a gamer, this week's horror offerings are limited to some fangless bites with the latest installment of Twilight, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (and all its related merchandise), staking (ha!) out a Saturday release all by itself. There's also Vampires Suck, but the release party flash mob in Hollywood on November 30th sounds more interesting than the film itself.

Dead Nation (Video Game)

Available exclusively on the Playstation Network for $14.99, Dead Nation (Review) is said to be home to the "smartest zombies" to ever be placed in a video game, meaning that these baddies will perform surprise attacks, drop down on you from buildings, and even grab at you through fences. On top
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Vampires Suck Review (Ungraded)

Directors: Jason Friedberg, Aaron Seltzer

Starring: Jenn Proske, Matt Lanter, Diedrich Bader, Chris Riggi, Ken Jeong

From the ‘creative talent’ behind such insightful and hilarious jokes like, ‘hurr hurr, Jennifer Lopez has a big bum’, ‘hurr hurr, the Spartans look a bit gay in that one film’ and ‘hurr hurr, Sarah Jessica Parker isn’t conventionally attractive’ comes a whole new film and a whole new low. Without a doubt, Vampires Suck is a sign of the end times, a piece of crap that barely qualifies as a film. This is so devoid of entertainment value that you should ask for your money back even if you haven’t watched it.

Becca (Jenn Proske) moves to Sporks (Ha) to live with her dad where she meets Edward Sullen (Matt Lanter) and falls in love with him. However, he turns out to be a vampire and soon dumps Becca and moves away,
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Vampires Suck review

The Twilight Saga is sent up in Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg’s latest spoof, Vampires Suck. Here’s Mark’s review…

Spoof veterans Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg set their sights on The Twilight Saga with Vampires Suck, their latest low budget comedy movie.

Becca Crane moves to the sleepy town of Sporks and finds herself torn between two men. There's sparkling vampire Edward, whose commitment issues stem from his bloodsucking family trying to eat his prospective girlfriends, and his dogged rival for her affections, Jacob. Hilarity ensues on a rollercoaster through pop culture and teenage vampire relationships.

Oh, I should probably mention at this point in the review that Vampires Suck is utter dogshit. Surprise!

I think, to some extent, the world has been waiting for a decent Twilight spoof, but boy, this is not it. Hell, if the real films were intended as satire, they'd be lauded
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