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!! OMG, Missy, Torrance, Isis and Cliff reunited from ‘Bring It On’ for ‘Entertainment Weekly Reunions’ !!


And they BROUGHT IT with this hot pose! Says Kirsten Dunst of her iconic role as Torrance:

[I was shooting] in Prague, and I remember not turning it down, exactly, but not being super sure about it. I was like, ‘A cheerleading movie?’ It sounded like it could have been just a cheesy teen movie, but what sealed the deal for me was talking to the director, Peyton Reed, on the phone — he was just so smart. I agreed to do it mostly because of Peyton.

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!! OMG, must-see TV: Patti Smith’s JUST KIDS memoir being adapted into a mini-series by Penny Dreadful co-creator !!

Patti Smith & Robert Mapplethorpe

It seems as if Showtime is adapting rock legend Patti Smith‘s 2010 memoir JUST KIDS into a miniseries!

Smith will produce and co-write, alongside Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” creator John Logan.

The critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller chronicles the rocker’s adventures and misadventures in New York alongside photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Smith recalls the gritty, bohemian New York City of the ’60s and ’70s. Andy Warhol, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix all make cameos, as does the much-mythologized Chelsea Hotel.

“Sometimes [people] seem to think I came out of the womb, you know, cursing, with an electric guitar,” Smith told NPR in 2010. “I think it’s important for people to realize that we were all young, all naive, and also we had lived in a time that had magic.”

Smith says the series will go beyond what readers may expect. “A limited series on Showtime will allow us to explore the characters more deeply, enabling us to develop stories beyond the book and allow a measure of unorthodox presentation,” Smith stated in a press release for the show.

Oooh, I do hope they get Taylor Swift to play Patti! Or Emma Roberts maybe? Or Tori Spelling?

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!! OMG, STONEWALL star Jeremy Irvine defends the film amid its “white-washing of history” controversy !!

To anyone with concerns about the diversity of the #StonewallMovie. I saw the movie for the first time last week and can assure you all that it represents almost every race and section of society that was so fundamental to one of the most important civil rights movements in living history. Marsha P Johnson is a major part of the movie, and although first hand accounts of who threw the first brick in the riots vary wildly, it is a fictional black transvestite character played by the very talented @vlad_alexis who pulls out the first brick in the riot scenes. My character is adopted by a group of street kids whilst sleeping rough in New York. In my opinion, the story is driven by the leader of this gang played by @jonnybeauchamp who gives an extraordinary performance as a Puerto Rican transvestite struggling to survive on the streets. Jonathan Rhys Meyers' character represents the Mattachine Society, who were at the time a mostly white and middle class gay rights group who stood against violence and radicalism. I felt incredibly nervous taking on this role knowing how important the subject matter is to so many people but Roland Emmerich is one of the most sensitive and heartfelt directors I've worked with and I hope that, as an ensemble, we have not only done such an important story justice but also made a good movie as well. Jeremy

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