April 20, 2014

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‘Glee’ star Jane Lynch getting ‘The Simpsons’ treatment

HollywoodNews.com: Jane Lynch will soon be turning yellow as she will be making a guest appearance on the long-running cartoon ‘The Simpsons.’
The ‘Glee’ star will reportedly play Homer’s assistant who is trying to undermine him, states Metro. Unlike the other ‘Glee’ stars who appeared on the cartoon before, Lynch will be a part of the whole episode, not just a cameo appearance.
There is no air date set yet, but you can bet that fans will tune in to see this funny lady become a cartoon.
Will you watch Jane Lynch on ‘The Simpsons’?
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Danielle Staub gives real housewives a complete makeover

HollywoodNews.com: “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “O.C.,” and “New York City” have all come together to go on the Maury show to give real housewives a complete makeover.
Real Housewife Danielle Staub from “New Jersey”, Ramona Singer from “New York City” and Nene Leakes from “Atlanta” help transform the disheveled ‘real’ housewives into moms that are dressed to impress.
To put the “Real Housewives” skills to the test, Maury sends them with ‘real’ ’housewives to New York City for a head-to-toe makeover. A “Maury” camera crew follows the housewives as they have their hair styled, dressed in more appropriate clothing and receive makeup tips from top stylists.
Akira Earl from Apple Valley, CA had trouble covering up prior to coming on “Maury,” saying the way she dresses makes her feel sexy. As Maury reveals Akira’s new look, “The Real Housewives,” the audience and Celisse are shocked by the results.
“I don’t even recognize you,” exclaims Ramona Singer, from “New York.” When Ramona asks Akira if she feels sexy, Akira smiles and says, “I do!”
Kayla Roberts, a newlywed from Romulus, MI, has to juggle her time with five kids and claims that she was always too tired to get dressed up, even for her wedding night.
“I feel beautiful!” Kayla says, when Maury asks her how she likes the makeover.
And, to surprise the newlyweds, Maury announces that the show is sending the couple to Jamaica for four nights in a lavish suite to make up for their missed wedding night.
When Sarah Clinch, of Syracuse, NY, walks on stage in her typical day-to-day ensemble: a big baggy shirt, red pajama pants, yellow ‘Homer Simpson’ slippers and burnt orange hair, “The Real Housewives” shake their head in disapproval.
Maury asks Sarah’s nine-year-old son, Damon, his opinion of his mom’s choice of outfits. Damon says, “I love my mom but my friends think she is weird. They think she’s a clown.”
As Maury reveals Sarah’s new look, “The Real Housewives,” the audience, her husband and son are shocked by the results as Sarah walks on stage with a new ‘do’ and stylish green silk dress. When asked how she feels about her makeover, Sarah says, “I feel blessed and I feel proud to be able to stand by their sides!”
The most drastic makeover occurred with Jessica Ayala, of Boston, MA. When Jessica walks on stage, she is wearing a white bandana to pull her [...]

Interview: Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman power up for ‘Scott Pilgrim’

By Todd Gilchrist
hollywoodnews.com: Although they can often be tedious, sometimes roundtable interviews can be great simply because of who you’re talking to. Others become memorable for what the people you’re talking to actually say. And still others end up working out because of who you are doing them with. At the recent junket for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, I enjoyed a remarkable afternoon of great conversations with great people while sharing the table with some great journalists.
In particular, Chud.com’s Devin Faraci is not just a good friend or junket wingman, he’s a great interviewer – sharp as a tack, funny, insightful, and gets into territory that most roundtables don’t even flirt with. And thanks to a comparatively modest number of questions asked by other reporters in our room, Devin and I dove into chats with different members of the cast and crew, including Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman, who provided plenty of real information about Scott Pilgrim, and yet they managed to be incredibly entertaining at the same time.
[Note: Although "Hollywood News" is used to distinguish questions from answers in the text below, our journalist was just one of many reporters asking questions of the filmmakers.]

Hollywood News: How likeable is Scott? Because the thing that’s really effective about the movie is not just that he’s trying to win Ramona’s love, but that he learns to take responsibility for himself. And especially early in the movie he makes some decisions that aren’t particularly sympathetic.

Michael Cera: I agree. It’s interesting – watching the movie I realized that, yeah, he’s doing some really selfish things. But for some reason, I don’t know, maybe you feel sympathetic because he’s being constantly attacked (laughs). That kind of makes you feel sorry for him. But yeah, he doesn’t really consider Knives in the beginning when he breaks up with her. She’s just kind of written off and he moves on, so he’s an idiot. He just doesn’t think of other people, but he’s kind of a doofus, you know. And by the end he realizes a very simple truth that you need to care about people’s feeling and the people around you. You need to be responsible for your actions, and yeah – that’s sort of his growth in the film, I guess.
Hollywood News: As an actor do you yourself have to sort of be oblivious in those scenes, or do you have [...]