• Lena Dunham and Her ‘Girls’ Become the ‘Golden Girls’ in Funny New Parody
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    Raechal Leone Shewfelt

    Lena Dunham and Her ‘Girls’ Become the ‘Golden Girls’ in Funny New Parody

    "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" cooked up a pretty funny parody of "Girls" and "The Golden Girls" Wednesday. He called the sketch a reunion special for "Girls," which ends a six-season run April 16.

  • Chris Pratt Cuts Jennifer Lawrence Out of His ‘Passengers’ Press Tour Selfies
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    Elizabeth Durand Streisand

    Chris Pratt Cuts Jennifer Lawrence Out of His ‘Passengers’ Press Tour Selfies

    Chris Pratt may be the next George Clooney … when it comes to playing pranks, at least. In response to fans’ demands for pics featuring the actor alongside his Passengers co-star Jennifer Lawrence, he began posting away. Lawrence is artfully hidden from view in one way or another.

  • Megan Fox Mocked On TMNT 2 Set Over 'Sexiest Woman' Title
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    Yahoo Movies UK

    Megan Fox Mocked On TMNT 2 Set Over 'Sexiest Woman' Title

    ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’ star Will Arnett told us that he spent most of his time on set making fun of Megan Fox with co-star Stephen Amell. Director Dave Green revealed he got to relive his childhood by choreographing fights scenes using action figures. You’d see me designing a shot with action figures and my iPhone swinging the camera around,” he told us.

  • Movie producer exposes the ridiculous ways female characters are introduced in scripts
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Movie producer exposes the ridiculous ways female characters are introduced in scripts

    Women in Hollywood are often victims of sexism, ageism, objectification and “can you believe she actually wore that?” However, as one LA movie producer has revealed, even on paper, actresses are unable to escape cliched Hollywood tropes. Ross Putman took to Twitter to share excerpts from actual scripts he’s read, detailing the absurd and, surprise, sexual ways female characters are introduced. To protect the anonymity of the writers, all female characters names have been changed to “Jane” and Putman writes in his Twitter bio, “Apologies if I quote your work.”