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Twitter Has Discovered the Secret to a Perfect Rom-Com: Being So Bad, It's Good

There's a reason romantic comedies are such a popular guilty pleasure: many of them are so bad, they're good. And that's the point! When you sit down to watch a rom-com, you typically aren't looking for something too meaty or a film that requires much deep analysis . . . you want silly, absurd romance with bad puns and barely believable plot lines. It's the type of movie that is easy to love - character A falls in love with character B, but something (a miscommunication, strict parents, or a crazy ex-flame!) stands in the way. Hijinks ensue, but eventually A and B live happily ever after. Ta-da! Easy peasy, with the perfect dose of corny.

Author and Twitter personality Dana Schwartz nailed this distinction of "bad-good" romantic comedies, asking followers to name their favorites. Among her personal picks: Leap Year, The Decoy Bride, and Made of Honor. Twitter rose to the challenge
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Whitney Cummings Plays a Very Important - and Unexpected - Role in the Roseanne Reboot

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#Roseanne is coming. A post shared by Whitney Cummings (@whitneycummings) on Oct 19, 2017 at 1:32pm Pdt Roseanne is officially returning to TV on March 27. While we're certainly excited to see some old faces, some new ones have also been added to the mix. Emmy Kenney, Ames McNamara, Jayden Rey, and Christopher Lloyd will all be playing new characters in the revival. When we first saw comedian and actress Whitney Cummings's name attached to the reboot, we were even more thrilled to see her join the Conner clan, but it turns out her role in the new episodes is offscreen - she's actually signed on as an executive producer, joining Tom Werner, Roseanne Barr, Bruce Helford, and Sara Gilbert. Cummings spoke to Larry King about how she got involved with the show back in October 2017 and what she hopes to achieve by bringing it back to living rooms across the country.
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You Have Less Than a Month to Watch All 6 Seasons of Lost Before It Leaves Netflix

We were so busy obsessing over all of the new titles hitting Netflix in January that we almost forgot to pour one out for the many, many movies and TV shows that are bidding the streaming giant adieu. In exchange for Love Actually, Bring It On, and The Godfather, it looks like Netflix is giving up the Saw franchise, Pulp Fiction, and all six seasons of Lost. Check out the rest of the titles you need to watch Asap below! Jan. 1 Chicago Daddy Day Care Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood Dressed to Kill E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Forrest Gump Four Brothers Free Willy Grease Gremlins I Am Sam Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fifteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Fourteenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventeenth Year Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The
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The Rock's Black Adam Movie Gets Undateable Writer

New Line Cinema's long-awaited Black Adam movie is finally moving forward, with the studio bringing on writer Adam Sztykiel (Undateable) to pen the script. Dwayne Johnson is starring as Black Adam and producing with his Seven Bucks Productions company Hiram Garcia and Flynn Picture Company's Beau Flynn. There is no director attached at this time, but with a writer finally on board, this long-gestating project is finally happening.

Dwayne Johnson has been attached to play Black Adam since July 2014, when he was still slated to appear in New Line's Shazam! After plenty of rumors surfaced, it was confirmed earlier this year that Shazam and Black Adam are two movies, instead of Black Adam merely playing the villain in the Shazam! movie. There are still no story details at this time, and it remains to be seen if there are any elements in the earlier Shazam! scripts when Black Adam
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What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2017

What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2017
As October nears, Netflix is all treats and not tricks, and will be bringing some new spooky content to help viewers get in the mood for Halloween.

Netflix will kick off the month of haunts and horrors by adding to its repertoire films and television shows like Season 2 of “Stranger Things,” “Cult of Chucky,” “Raw,” and Season 1 of “The Mist.” Viewers who aren’t fans of horror needn’t be afraid, and can look forward to offerings like “Blood Diamond,” “Hateful Eight,” and “Meet the Robinsons.”

Oct. 1

88 Minutes

A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song

Before Midnight

Blood Diamond

Boogie Nights

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cleverman, season 2

Death Sentence

Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

Eagle vs. Shark

Eyes Wide Shut

Generation Iron 2

Ghost Patrol

I Love You, Man

Ice Guardians

Lockup: Disturbing the Peace, collection 1

Made of Honor

Miss Congeniality

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

Must Love Dogs
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Check Out All The Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix in October

Netflix has released a list of all of the movies and TV shows that are coming to Netflix in the month of October along with the release dates of them. They've got some good stuff coming including some Netflix originals that I'm excited about seeing including Stranger Things Season 2, Mindhunters, 1922 and more.

Look over al the titles and let us know which titles you're looking forward to seeing. I also provided a lit of everything that's leaving Netflix next month.

Available October 1

88 Minutes

A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song

Before Midnight

Blood Diamond

Boogie Nights

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Cleverman: Season 2

Death Sentence

Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

Eagle vs. Shark

Eyes Wide Shut

Generation Iron 2

Ghost Patrol

I Love You, Man

Ice Guardians

Lockup: Disturbing the Peace: Collection 1

Made of Honor

Miss Congeniality

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
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A Double Dose of Noah Baumbach Comes to Netflix Next Month, Plus ‘Before Midnight,’ ‘Donnie Darko,’ and More

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A Double Dose of Noah Baumbach Comes to Netflix Next Month, Plus ‘Before Midnight,’ ‘Donnie Darko,’ and More
While October usually signals the arrival of all sorts of spooky, creepy, scary, and otherwise appropriately Halloween-themed films to both theaters and streaming services, this month’s batch of new titles on Netflix offers up a delightfully wide variety of choices that aren’t all tied to the year’s primary celebration of fear. Sure, those titles are there — from more mainstream chillers like “Cult of Chucky” and the new original “The Babysitter,” to more offbeat picks like the cannibal coming-of-age tale “Raw” and the seminal “Donnie Darko” — but this month’s incoming list has more than enough for movie fans who don’t want to shriek at their televisions.

Read More:’30 Rock’: The 25 Episodes You Need to Watch Before Tina Fey’s Iconic Comedy Leaves Netflix

Oh, and it’s also a month we’re going to deem Official Unofficial Noah Baumbach Month on Netflix, as the filmmaker
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Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Whitney Cummings — “The Female Brain”

The Female Brain

Whitney Cummings is a Los Angeles-based comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director. Best known for creating and starring in the NBC series “Whitney,” she also co-created and co-wrote the Emmy-nominated CBS comedy series “2 Broke Girls,” along with Michael Patrick King. Her acting credits include “Unforgettable,” “The Wedding Ringer,” “Made of Honor,” and “The Ridiculous Six.”

The Female Brain” will premiere at the 2017 La Film Festival on June 17.

W&H: Describe the film for us in your own words.

Wc: The film is a neurology comedy — not that I even have any idea what that means! We made a movie that depicted how our reptilian/primal brain undermines our modern day relationships. When conflict happens in scenes, brains are superimposed over the actors to show which neuro-chemicals are being released. The only way I know how to describe it is that it’s like a sexy, funny “Magic School Bus.”

W&H: What drew you to this story?

Wc: I read Louann Brizendine’s book “The Female Brain.” I was fascinated by all the things I learned about not only female brains, but the brain in general. I was shocked that they don’t teach us about our brains in school. It’s so unfair that we go through life being labeled as “crazy” or feeling like jerks when a lot of our behavior can be explained by our primal brain reactions.

I was so relieved to find out that a lot of my nutty behavior, and the behavior that frustrated me about the men I was in relationships with, could often be explained by primordial neuro-chemicals. It led me into a wormhole of trying to learn about the difference between nature and nurture, and to have more patience for people in times of stress given I now know how powerful cortisol and adrenaline can be.

Similarly, I have more patience and even compassion when people do selfish things given how strong the pull of dopamine is. I felt the need to be an evangelist and spread the word of the neurological gospel, but of course needed to do it in a funny way, so I or the viewer wasn’t bored out of their minds.

W&H: What do you want people to think about when they are leaving the theater?

Wc: I want them to have the same sense of relief I had when I read the book, and the same feeling you get after leaving a comedy show. Nothing makes me feel less alone than when someone admits to something and you think “I thought I was the only person who did that!”

The idea of the movie is to reveal private moments we’ve all had but maybe are too embarrassed to talk about, or too ashamed to be honest about. I hope that moving forward, when someone in a relationship gets jealous or hurt, they can maybe use the science to feel less guilt or shame and to calm themselves down, i.e. “that wasn’t personal. This is just adrenaline. My primordial brain thinks I’m in danger but I’m really not.”

Our brains have not evolved fast enough to catch up to modern technology and to how safe our current environment is. Often, our instinct to snap into fight or flight mode is obsolete and just makes a mess of harmless situations that can easily be explained by neurology.

I hope everyone leaves the theater with an interest in how our brains work, and maybe just a bit more patience for themselves and for others. After this movie I hope people leave with a new vocabulary for how to talk about their behavior and feelings.

W&H: What was the biggest challenge in making the film?

Wc: Making an independent film is so hard and requires so much surrender. I think that was the hardest thing for me — to detach from the plan I had in my head and to allow for the curve balls to change the movie into what it was meant to be.

I got great advice from a friend who is a director who said, “you have three movies: the one you write, the one you shoot, and the one people see,” and that really helped me. Casting, location changes, weather, and technology fiascoes — these forces all get involved and fate starts directing the movie at a certain point.

Letting go and accepting that not everything was going to be the way I had it in my head was very challenging. Also as a comedian, I tend to want everything to be funny all the time, but this movie, whether it was because of the incredible cast or the subject matter, wanted to be more emotional than I anticipated so I had to surrender to that as well. I’m proud that it has so much heart but I didn’t quite envision it that way initially.

W&H: How did you get your film funded? Share some insights into how you got the film made.

Wc: Making an independent film is a Rubik’s Cube of complications and weird math equations that I’ll never quite understand, and it had a bizarre road but finally it landed with Erika Olde at Black Bicycle Entertainment, an incredible woman who is supporting female-driven films.

She’s brave and fearless and a champion of risk and all things fresh and new. I was lucky enough to have her support and patience. She responded to the script and trusted me for some reason, so we jumped off this cliff together and managed to pull it off, but not without a couple premature gray hairs.

W&H: What does it mean for you to have your film play at the Laff?

Wc: I’m honored to be able to screen the movie for the first time in La. It’s where we shot the movie, it’s where I learned about movies, it’s where our film business is. I’m glad that other parts of the country get to film movies these days, with so much shooting in Georgia and New Mexico, because it’s great for their economies and the overall health of the business.

However, there was something special about shooting in La — being able to sleep in my bed, get actors I would not get to have if we shot out of state, and now screening it here, the original home of the business and so many passionate movie geeks.

This is an unapologetically commercial movie, and with other festivals being so specific, Laff just feels very right and welcoming to the vibe of this weird neurology movie.

W&H: What’s the best and worst advice you’ve received?

Wc: I love this question. Some good advice was “80 percent of directing is casting.” I found out that this is very true. I cast people I’m super fans of, people I admire, people I love watching, and people I know are kind and patient humans.

It really paid off because when things take a wrong turn and you’re shooting at 4 am, actors being patient, kind, and still funny under an incredible amount of pressure despite being completely exhausted is invaluable.

The worst advice? Shoot on film.

W&H: What advice do you have for other female directors?

Wc: Go through your budget like a hawk. Understand what everything means — every acronym, every shorthand. Learn the economics of a budget so you can be empowered to understand what it means to go into overtime, so you know where you can cut, compensate, what you need and what you don’t need, and what you can and can’t compromise. This isn’t just for women, it’s for everyone.

Also, hire other women and wear sunscreen.

W&H: Name your favorite woman-directed film and why.

Wc: I love Nicole Holofcener. Her movies are so complicated and dimensional yet so simple. “Enough Said” was incredible, charming, and special. I loved “Lovely & Amazing” and how she is able to show women as vulnerable and fragile and emotional but never as pathetic victims. She has a very impressive relationship with the truth and has an uncanny ability to know how much information to give the viewer.

I love how bravely she attacks uncomfortable topics. She also has great patience, she really lets the stories unravel at a pace that isn’t too slow, but still makes the viewer earn the payoff. Okay, I’ll stop now.

W&H: There have been significant conversations over the last couple of years about increasing the amount of opportunities for women directors yet the numbers have not increased. Are you optimistic about the possibilities for change? Share any thoughts you might have on this topic.

Wc: I’m very optimistic. I have tons of girlfriends directing their films, so I actually see a ton of progress every day in my inner circle, so maybe I think it’s better than it actually is since I know so many female directors.

For me, the key was just writing something for myself. I wrote the script with Neal Brennan and we hustled to get it made — if someone else had written it I would have been on a list to direct it. I have no idea how directors get hired in the studio system so I like sticking to generating my own material so I’m not waiting around to win the lottery.

Laff 2017 Women Directors: Meet Whitney Cummings — “The Female Brain” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Michelle Monaghan to Play Immigration Attorney Judy Wood in “Saint Judy”

Michelle Monaghan in “True Detective

Michelle Monaghan may be stepping into the courtroom. The Golden Globe-nominated actress is in negotiations to star in “Saint Judy,” a biopic about La immigration attorney Judy Wood, Deadline reports. Wood argued a game-changing case that led to altered asylum laws for women coming into the U.S. Alfred Molina (“Feud”) will co-star in the drama.

Wood moved to La as a single mother in her mid-30s and entered law school “after having a vision about it,” Deadline writes. She immediately committed to working in immigration law, and specifically asylum cases. Wood is best known for a landmark case involving an “Afghani immigrant woman who had been persecuted for opening up a school for girls in her home country.” She “fought a tenacious battle in and out of court against established law, and the case ended up before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The result of many years of fighting for the schoolteacher resulted in Wood single-handedly changing the law of asylum nationwide, allowing women to be designated a protected class.”

Wood didn’t just save her client’s life — the ruling saved “thousands of other female refugees who would have been sent back to their home countries where they faced certain death.”

Scheduled to start filming May 10, “Saint Judy” doesn’t seem to have many women in key roles behind the scenes. While the film centers on a female trailblazer, a male director, Sean Hanish (“Sister Cities”), is locked in, and the source reports that he’ll be be producing alongside two other men, Cannonball ProductionsPaul Jaconi-Biery and executive producer Kelly Kahl (“Return to Zero”). According to Deadline, Cannonball Productions acquired Wood’s life rights and “developed the story with writer Dmitry Portnoy. Wood had a number of interns working with her over the years, and Portnoy was one of them while he was in Pepperdine law school.”

We totally support men, and not just women, telling female-led stories. The world needs more media about girls and women, and we’re happy to see men in the industry making female-centric content. But it’s always disheartening and frustrating to see projects where women seem absent except onscreen — especially those that center on women in leadership roles.

Monaghan received a Golden Globe nod in 2015 for “True Detective.” She currently stars in Hulu’s “The Path,” which was recently renewed for a third season. The Jessica Goldberg-created drama centers on the followers of Meyerism, a fictional religion. “The Best of Me,” “Somewhere,” and “Made of Honor” are among her other credits.

Michelle Monaghan to Play Immigration Attorney Judy Wood in “Saint Judy” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Long Haul Trailer #2 Introduces a New Generation of Wimps

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Long Haul Trailer #2 Introduces a New Generation of Wimps
20th Century Fox has released a new trailer for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul! Based on the record-breaking book series by Jeff Kinney, a family road trip goes hilariously off course, thanks to Greg's newest scheme to (finally!) become famous. Check out the latest trailer below and get ready for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul to hit theaters May 19th!

This new trailer starts off the exact same way as the first trailer, which arrived in earlier February. But Wimp fans, don't be so quick to turn away. There is a ton of new footage here and plenty of fresh jokes as a squad of seagulls attack the Heffley family en route to grandma's house.

Last year, 20th Century Fox gave fans a sneak peek at the new cast members who replace all of the stars from the first three Wimpy Kid movies. Jason Drucker
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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul Trailer: The Heffleys Hit The Road

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul Trailer: The Heffleys Hit The Road
20th Century Fox has debuted the first teaser trailer and poster for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, which is set to hit theaters on May 19. This trailer pokes some fun at the superhero genre, in its own unique way, teasing that none of the caped crusaders, galactic guardians or amazing web slingers over the past decade dared to be "wimpy" like the title character Greg, portrayed by Jason Drucker. This trailer gives fans a better look at the brand new cast that has been assembled for this fourth Wimpy Kid movie.

Back in November, 20th Century Fox unveiled a preview that gave fans a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at the new cast members, who replace all of the stars from the first three Wimpy Kid movies. Jason Drucker replaces Zachary Gordon as Greg, with Charlie Wright replacing Devon Bostick as his older brother Rodrick and Owen Asztalos replacing Robert Capron as Rowley.
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The Weekend Warrior 9/16/16: Blair Witch, Bridget Jones’s Baby, Snowden, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.

This Past Weekend:

Tom Hanks and Clint Eastwood’s real-life drama about airline pilot Sully (Warner Bros.) far surpassed all expectations, making nearly $10 million more than my prediction with an opening weekend of $35 million in 3,525 theaters, also making it one of the biggest openings for a movie opening the weekend after Labor Day. The Screen Gems thriller When the Bough Breaks disappointed compared to some of their similar releases, taking second place with around where we predicted with around $14 million. The lower profile animated film The Wild Life (Summit/Lionsgate) did end up in fifth place behind Don’t Breathe and Suicide Squad, but with a measly $3.3 million in 2,493 theaters. As expected, Relativity’s theatrical return with its own horror/thriller The Disappointments Room
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Justin Theroux Wrote Zoolander 2, Plus 15 More Actors You Didn't Know Are Also Screenwriters

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Justin Theroux Wrote Zoolander 2, Plus 15 More Actors You Didn't Know Are Also Screenwriters
"That Justin Theroux guy - where do I know him from?" Depending on whom you ask, you could get a great many answers. Of course, he's the husband of Jennifer Aniston, but he's had a string of notable acting roles too. He could be that guy from The Leftovers, the actor who played the hapless director character in Mulholland Drive, Leslie Knope's short-lived boyfriend on Parks and Recreation, or even the bad guy from Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. However, Theroux is also a screenwriter, and he's credited with a handful of major films that casual movie-goers might not associate with him.
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Justin Theroux Wrote Zoolander 2, Plus 15 More Actors You Didn't Know Are Also Screenwriters

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Justin Theroux Wrote Zoolander 2, Plus 15 More Actors You Didn't Know Are Also Screenwriters
"That Justin Theroux guy - where do I know him from?" Depending on whom you ask, you could get a great many answers. Of course, he's the husband of Jennifer Aniston, but he's had a string of notable acting roles too. He could be that guy from The Leftovers, the actor who played the hapless director character in Mulholland Drive, Leslie Knope's short-lived boyfriend on Parks and Recreation, or even the bad guy from Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. However, Theroux is also a screenwriter, and he's credited with a handful of major films that casual movie-goers might not associate with him.
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Inside Undateable, the Live TV Show Where Chaos Reigns — and That’s the Point

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Inside Undateable, the Live TV Show Where Chaos Reigns — and That’s the Point
On Stage 18 at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, a modest bit of history is quietly being made: NBC’s Undateable Live is the first scripted show to be produced live for its entire season in 21 years (the last was a full season of Roc). But that’s only half of it: Since October 23, Undateable Live has been performed twice every Friday night, to air live on both coasts in what is shaping up to be an epic battle. As producers and actors strive to give each telecast its own energy, a coast-to-coast competition stirs on social media — which side of the country is seeing the better show?Before last week’s episodes taped, creator Adam Sztykiel (Made of Honor) sized up the contest this way: “We’ve gotten into this rhythm where the East Coast goes pretty close to script and it’s well locked down. Once everyone has that
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Monica Lewinsky on Being Made Into a Halloween Costume: ''There Is a Fine Line Between Clever and Cruel''

Monica Lewinsky on Being Made Into a Halloween Costume: ''There Is a Fine Line Between Clever and Cruel''
As Halloween gets closer, the same fear that's been haunting Monica Lewinsky for 20 years will creep back up again: running into somebody dressed up as her. The contributing editor opens up about being made into a Halloween costume for a new column with Vanity Fair, writing about one of her most cringe-worthy experiences. "Thankfully, I have never gone to a Halloween party where I've bumped up against, well, myself," she explains. "I did, however, get an idea of what that might be like when, several years ago, I went to see the movie Made of Honor, starring Patrick Dempsey and Michelle Monaghan." She continues, "It opens with a scene in which Dempsey, dressed as Bill Clinton,...
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Patrick Dempsey and Neil Patrick Harris pay tribute to Amanda Peterson

Can’t Buy Me Love co-star and Oscars host take to Twitter to remember late actor, as her mother dismisses talk of daughter’s struggles with drugs

The actor Patrick Dempsey has joined those paying tribute to the late Amanda Peterson, his co-star in the 1980s romantic comedy Can’t Buy Me Love, via Twitter.

Dempsey, best known for films such as Made of Honour and Enchanted, said he would remember the young actor as she had appeared in Steve Rash’s 1987 film.

In my memory, she will always be vibrant and young. Gone too soon. Sending my thoughts and prayers to Amanda's family.

Related: Amanda Peterson, star of Can’t Buy Me Love, dies aged 43

When I first came to L.A. and started auditioning, Amanda Peterson gave me advice, tips, friendship. She just passed away at age 43. #Rip

Rest in Peace my dear old friend. Amanda Peterson. I loved you.
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Patrick Dempsey and Neil Patrick Harris pay tribute to Amanda Peterson

Can’t Buy Me Love co-star and Oscars host take to Twitter to remember late actor, as her mother dismisses talk of daughter’s struggles with drugs

The actor Patrick Dempsey has joined those paying tribute to the late Amanda Peterson, his co-star in the 1980s romantic comedy Can’t Buy Me Love, via Twitter.

Dempsey, best known for films such as Made of Honour and Enchanted, said he would remember the young actor as she had appeared in Steve Rash’s 1987 film.

Continue reading...
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News Bits: Transformers, Alvin, Damned, Selma

Transformers 5

Mark Wahlberg tells MTV News that he's "committed to doing a couple more" films in the "Transformers" franchise. Asked when he'll get to work on the next one, he says: "I can't speak for Mr. Bay, but something tells me we’ll be on set soon."

Alvin and the Chipmunks 4

Walt Becker ("Van Wilder," "Wild Hogs") has signed on to direct a fourth installment of the "Alvin and the Chipmunks" franchise for Fox 2000 and New Regency. Adam Sztykiel ("Made of Honor," "Due Date") penned the most current draft of the script, taking over from Randi Mayem Singer ("Mrs. Doubtfire").

It is unclear whether Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler and Jesse McCartney will return to voice the furry CG characters or if Jason Lee will saddle up once again as their human caretaker Dave. The film is targeting a release next Christmas. [Source: THR]

The Damned

Legendary Pictures has optioned the film
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Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 (yes, 4) finds a director

Having grossed over $1 billion around the world, it should come as no surprise that New Regency are looking to get Alvin and the Chipmunks back up on screen for a fourth outing. And now it seems as though they have a director.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Becker has been hired to direct Alvin and the Chipmunks 4. The latest version of the script has been written by Adam Sztykiel, who has previously penned Made of Honor and Due Date. An earlier draft was penned by Randi Mayem Singer (Mrs. Doubtfire).

It is unknown if Justin Long (Tusk), Matthew Gray Gubler (Criminal Minds) or Jesse McCartney (Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy) will return to provide their voices as Alvin, Simon and Theodore or if Jason Lee (Mallrats) will reprise his role as Dave.

The first Alvin and the Chipmunks movie was released in 2009 and grossed $361 million worldwide, while Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
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