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Natalie Portman in Talks to Play Snow White

Natalie Portman is in talks to play Snow White in an upcoming reimagining of the Brothers’ Grimm’s classic.

The 29-year-old actress would work with Brett Ratner, who is set to produce and Jean-Pierre Jeunet who will direct.

Portman is currently getting a lot of praise for her role in Darren Aronosfky’s Black Swan.

Many are even saying that her performance in the film can earn her an Oscar!

What do you think of her possibly playing Snow White?

Can you see it? Sound off in the comments!

Edited: September 23rd, 2010

Joaquin Phoenix to Play Leonardo DiCaprio’s Lover

Joaquin Phoenix is in talks to play the lover to Leonardo DiCaprio’s J. Edgar Hoover in the upcoming biopic Hoover, directed by Clint Eastwood.

Milk’s screenwriter Dustin Lance Black penned the Hoover script, which explores the relationship between Hoover and his reputed paramour and protégé, Clyde Tolson.

Although Phoenix is reportedly top choice for the role, no deals have yet to be finalized, according to New York Magazine.

Phoenix said a while back that he was no longer going to act, but many have speculated that this is not true.

Edited: September 22nd, 2010

Boardwalk Empire: Renewed for a Second Season!

HBO’s latest show Boardwalk Empire is a hit with viewers and has been renewed for a second season – after the airing of its premiere episode.

The show, which is set in the 1920’s Prohibition-era in Atlantic City drew more than 4.8 million viewers during its premiere broadcast (Sept.19).

According to HBO, a total of 7.1 million people watched the show, including two additional broadcasts.

Variety claims that Boardwalk Empire had the biggest debut for an HBO series in the past six years.

Steve BuscemiMichael PittMichael Shannon and Kelly Macdonald are the lead stars in the show, which airs on Sundays on HBO.

Edited: September 22nd, 2010

James Franco is Disappointed with Breaking Dawn

James Franco is quite the Twilight fan.

While promoting his upcoming film, 127 Hours, he shared his interested with the Twilight series, but says that he is disappointed with the fourth book.

“I read a part of it. I think I got to the sex scene, but it was so brief, I didn’t even know if it was the actual sex scene,” said Franco. “It was kind of a letdown after all that buildup.”

Do you agree with Franco?

Were you also disappointed in the fourth book?

Sound off in the comments!

Edited: September 22nd, 2010

Gwyneth Paltrow Joins Glee

Gwyneth Paltrow is joining FOX’s hit show Glee.

The 37-year-old actress is set to appear in two episodes airing in November.

Paltrow will play Mr. Schuester’s (Matthew Morrison) love interest and when Mr. Schuester gets sick, her character steps in and takes over the glee club. The kids love her, and Will starts to fall for her…complicating his relationship with Emma (Jayma Mays).

The second season of Glee begins tomorrow (Sept. 21) 8PM ET.

Edited: September 20th, 2010

Adam Shankman Directs Glee Rocky Horror Show Episode

Director and So You Think You Can Dance? judge Adam Shankman is directing the Glee Halloween episode.

Shankman recently tweeted: “Which episode am I directing??? I’ll never tell!” 

He also included a photo of him sandwiched between Cory Monteith and Lea Michele holding a folder labeled “The Rocky Horror Glee Show.

Glee returns with its sophomore season on Sept. 21.

Are you excited Gleeks?

Edited: September 19th, 2010

Lindsay Lohan Fails Drug Test, Faces More Time In Jail

Lindsay Lohan has failed a court-mandated drug test and is looking to face 30 days in jail.

Lohan was released from rehab on Aug. 24 after she served almost two weeks in jail for violating probation in a DUI case.

According to a source, the drug test occurred “in recent days.”

A judge on her case previously warned the 24-year-old actress that a dirty test would be met with a month jail sentence.

Lohan is currently undergoing intense outpatient treatment and is subject to random drug testing twice a week pending her next hearing date of Nov. 1.

Edited: September 17th, 2010

Blake Lively Wants Lots of Babies

Blake Lively isn’t rushing into marriage or adulthood, but does know that she wants kids in the future.

The 23-year-old actress told Allure magazine:  “I want babies. Lots of babies. Of course! I also want to have a brunch place, a bakery, and a Southern restaurant because my family’s from Georgia and then I want a place that is all over the world cuisine.”

Lively also enjoys taking culinary classes in different countries, which she visits when promotion her projects.

“I find it’s the best way to get to know a culture. It’s what brings people to the family every day, what they break bread over — it’s a very intimate thing,” she said.

Edited: September 17th, 2010

Nicole Kidman is Broadway Bound

Nicole Kidman will star in the Broadway revival Tennessee Williams’ play Sweet Bird of Youth.

The 43-year-old actress will play Alexandra Del Lago, an aging, drunken and sexually voracious movie star.

David Cromer, who helmed the award-winning Off-Broadway revival of Our Town, will direct the production, which will arrive on Broadway next fall. Scott Rudin will produce.

Kidman has received a lot of praise from critics who saw her movie Rabbit Hole at the Toronto Film Festival.

Edited: September 17th, 2010

Keri Russell: “It’s Been A Not Great Couple Of Years In Film”

Keri Russell strikes a sexy pose in a photo shoot for Esquire magazine. Here’s what 34-year-old opened up about.

On her new show Running Wilde: “Let’s be real. It’s Will [Arnett's] show. It’s him in his sweet spot, and I’m just kind of tagging along.

On returning to TV: “Honestly, it’s been a not great couple of years in film, and I haven’t been totally inspired by them. I guess this particular project, it just seemed exciting to me. It’s an unknown, and I think I was willing to bet on the unknown, even if it fails. At least it would be fun and invigorating instead of me playing another nice mom in some sappy movie.”

On people recognizing her: “People don’t really care when they see me, but what I do get, which is sort of wonderful, is the best-friend thing. Like, ‘Oh, my God, you’re great. I’m so sorry to bother you.’ Which is nice.”

Edited: September 16th, 2010

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