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Josh Lucas to get a 'Life'

Josh Lucas has joined the cast of the Warner Brothers romantic drama "Life as We Know It" with Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel and Christina Hendricks.According to Variety, Greg Berlanti will direct, with Barry Josephson and Gold Circle president Paul Brooks producing.The story, written by Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson, follows two unattached adults whose worlds are turned upside down when their mutual best friends die in an accident and name them as caregivers of their orphaned daughter.Heigl and her mother Nancy Heigl are executive producing.
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Olivia Wilde's Enviable Life: Married To A Prince, Had Hitchens As A Babysitter, Knows Mick Jagger And More

Olivia Wilde may still be best known for making out with Mischa Barton on "The O.C." and playing a bisexual doctor on "House," but she's on the cover of the October GQ and reveals an enviable pedigree full of D.C., Hollywood and media A-listers. Obama has phoned her and she's married to a prince. Read through some of the details below, read the whole GQ article here, see more pics here, and vote in the poll at the bottom. Excerpts from GQ: On Hitchens: Christopher Hitchens used to babysit me when I was young." "With Olivia you could tell it was going to be the movies or stage or TV or nothing," says Hitchens, the noted writer and political racon-teur who briefly lived with the Cockburns and describes it as the type of place where the worn memoirs of the French military leader Ferdinand...
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Hendricks gets Life

  • JoBlo
Hallelujah, finally someone realized that "Mad Men" and "Firefly" hottie Christina Hendricks needs some mainstream exposure outside the small screen. She's just signed on for a new project, Warner Bros’ romance flick Life As We Know It. "(The) project, penned by Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson, follows two unattached adults whose worlds are turned upside down when their mutual best friends die in an accident and name them as caregivers of their...
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Inside Story: Jasmine Fiore's Life and Tragic End

She was known for her looks and various modeling gigs, but to close friends and family Jasmine Fiore was a small town girl with a love for nature and animals, a strong work ethic and a warm personality. The bikini model's dreams of stepping away from the spotlight and working in real estate and as a personal trainer ended abruptly after her mutilated body was found stuffed in a suitcase in a trash bin in Buena Park, Calif., on Aug. 15. Her husband, Ryan Jenkins, was charged with her murder on Aug. 20 and killed himself days later while police mounted an international manhunt.
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Surrogates is Based on Real Life. Mostly. Well, Kinda.

Here’s a quick behind-the-scenes look at Jonathan Mostow’s sci-fi actioner “Surrogates”, which talks about the science and tech behind the movie’s concept of surrogates. Apparently it’s all based on real science, though instead of looking like Bruce Willis or Rosamund Pike, the best you can hope for at the moment is looking like a skinny robot with your face plastered on a video. But hey, at least it won’t try to kill you, which is always a good thing. Set in a futuristic world where humans live in isolation and interact through surrogate robots, a cop (Willis) is forced to leave his home for the first time in years in order to investigate the murders of others’ surrogates. Starring Bruce Willis, Rosamund Pike, Ving Rhames, Radha Mitchell, James Cromwell, Michael Cudlitz, Meta Golding, Boris Kodjoe, and directed by Jonathan Mostow. Grab a young, prettier, and
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Sex and Candy: Life, Death, and Dating on "True Blood"

"And then there she was/Like double cherry pie..." I had the opportunity to watch the first four episodes of Season Two of True Blood a few weeks back but I've been rewatching the episodes as they're airing on HBO so that I don't forget any of the plot twists. I don't know about you but I thought that last night's episode of True Blood ("Scratches"), written by Raelle Tucker and directed by Scott Winant, was the best of the season so far. It's a good thing I did tune in again as it contained one of my favorite scenes of the first four episodes, the sultry entrance of Jessica (the intoxicating Deborah Ann Woll) at Merlotte's to the delicious tune of Marcy Playground's "Sex and Candy," one of the most seductive and memorable sequences to unfold on the series to date. Woll's Jessica is a sight to behold.
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Jennifer Aniston Pokes Fun at Her Life and Movies

Jennifer Aniston has a plan for achieving a future without love life complications - and it’s all in her choice of movie titles. Accepting Women In Film’s Crystal Award for expanding the role of women in the entertainment industry, Aniston took the stage Friday - in a body-baring Prada dress - and pointed out to the crowd of mostly female Hollywood movers and shakers that her personal fortunes over the past several years have been reflected in the titles on her film resume. "I'm trying to be more careful than I have been in the past about the
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Life as an "Interquel"

  • IFC
This week finds us lampooning the '50s, waxing nostalgic about the '80s and lamenting the fact that Vin Diesel ever made it out of the early '00s. There are also high school kids trying to get off, Brian Cox trying to get out and the finest nomadic goat herder rom-com you'll ever see.

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Having played no small part in shepherding in the current bromance boom, "Superbad" director Greg Mottola reverts back to the more traditional boy-meets-girl formula for this '80s comedy based on his own experience working amidst the disheveled and dispirited at a Long Island theme park. Perennially awkward Jesse Eisenberg stars as James Brennan, who, having realized a tad too late that a degree in renaissance literature was not the fastest track to six figures, resigns himself to minimum wage eternity while making
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Fables Comes to Life on the Small Screen

ABC is developing a new series based on DC Comics' Fables. The comic was created by Bill Willingham and Six Degrees creators/executive producers Stu Zicherman and Raven Metzner are penning the script for the hourlong drama. Fables revolves around characters from fairy tales and folklore living in exile in modern-day New York. Their lives become interconnected as they share a secret and a bond. Zicherman and Metzner won’t reveal which fairy tale characters will be featured in the TV series, but have said Big Bad Wolf and Snow White, who are central to the comics, will have a similar role on the show. The comic book series' first storyline followed Fabletown's sheriff, a reformed and pardoned Big Bad Wolf, who investigates the murder of Snow White's party-girl sister, Rose Red. The fairy tale characters will keep some of their trademark characteristics. For instance, Prince Charming will be handsome,
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