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Jennifer Aniston calls Friends the 'gift of a lifetime'

Actress Jennifer Aniston who was among the many famous faces to win at the 2019 People?s Choice Awards in California on Sunday evening, took home the most prestigious award. Jennifer was named as the 2019 People?s Icon at the People?s Choice Awards for her fan-favorite roles in TV and movies.

The actress shot to fame as Rachel Green in NBC?s comedy sitcom "Friends" back in 1994 and has appeared on the big screen ever since.

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Her co-star Adam Sandler in the Netflix movie Murder Mystery, presented Aniston with the trophy. The actor praised Aniston calling her 'one of his best friends' and an 'incredibly caring role model'.

The actress, 50, got emotional while accepting the award as she reflected on her career and the loyalty of her fans who have supported her over the years. "This town puts out a lot
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Friends Forever: Celebrities Who Love PCAs People's Icon Jennifer Aniston

They'll be there for her! In October, E! announced that Jennifer Aniston will be honored at the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards with the People's Icon award. It's no surprise that she is receiving the award, given that the star has portrayed some of the biggest roles in entertainment, like everyone's favorite girl-next-door Rachel Green from Friends or one of the many compelling leads in films like We're the Millers and Cake. However, Aniston's influence doesn't just stay on screen. The Golden Globe-winning actress is just as lovable in her role as a real-life friend to many of Hollywood's biggest celebrities! Whether it is her longtime...
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Why Jennifer Aniston was asked to lose weight?

Actress Jennifer Aniston was forced to drop 30 pounds (14kg) in order to land her career launching role on "Friends".

In a new book released as part of the 25th anniversary of the iconic series, "Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show That Defined a Television Era", author Saul Austerlitz said Aniston was asked to slim down significantly in order to portray Rachel Green, reports aceshowbiz.com.

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"She had to lose thirty pounds if she wanted to stay in Hollywood," Austerlitz says in his book. "Los Angeles was a tough place to be an actress -- it was a tough place to be a woman -- and Jennifer Aniston's agent was reluctantly leveling with her."

He added: "Aniston was hardly fat -- everyone could see she was beautiful -- but at the show she would one day become indelibly associated with,
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New Angry Birds Movie 2 Trailer Unites Pigs and Birds for the Ultimate Fight

New Angry Birds Movie 2 Trailer Unites Pigs and Birds for the Ultimate Fight
We have a brand new trailer for Angry Birds 2. Video game movies are a difficult egg to crack. They're rarely good and virtually never great. With The Angry Birds Movie, while many adult moviegoers probably didn't walk out loving it, Sony was able to make a decent, or at the very least harmless, video game adaptation that wound up being rather successful. As such, we're getting a sequel later this summer and we've got a new look at what's coming our way in the form of this new trailer, which looks to be more of the same.

The trailer kicks off with a slight recap of what came previously, while showcasing what our core cast of characters is up to these days, which includes milking cows very quickly and speed dating. We then get to the crux of the whole thing, which involves the birds and the pigs having to
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Why You Know the Actor Behind Black Mirror: Bandersnatch's Colin

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Netflix's choose-your-own-path sci-fi adventure Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is officially the internet's new favorite thing - Ok, save for maybe Bird Box. At the heart of the story is Stefan, an ambitious young video game programmer played by Fionn Whitehead, who tries to create an interactive video game based on a book. Throughout all iterations of his story, he crosses paths with famous creator Colin Ritman, played by Will Poulter. If you couldn't figure out why Poulter looks so familiar, we've got the answers for you right here.

The 25-year-old British actor has been working since 2007, when he starred in the comedy film Son of Rambow. His early career definitely leaned more into the comedy side of things. Alongside his classmates, he starred in the British sketch comedy series School of Comedy, which had a cast entirely made up of student actors performing adult-level comedy sketches.

Poulter burst onto the
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Jason Sudeikis Puts His Basketball Skills on Display at Knott's Berry Farm

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Jason Sudeikis Puts His Basketball Skills on Display at Knott's Berry Farm
Jason Sudeikis still looks like he's starring in "We're the Millers," and by that we mean Reggie Miller ... because his hoops shot looks NBA-ready ... in theme parks, anyway. The actor was hanging out with Olivia Wilde and their kids over the weekend at Knott's Berry Farm in SoCal, where Jason showed out for a basketball carnival booth game. It was pretty much a 3-point contest ... and Jason crushed it. He misses a few here
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Why Dodgeball 2 Will Never Happen

Dodgeball 2 will probably never happen. Long before director Rawson Marshall Thurber was making big blockbusters with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, such as this weekend's Skyscraper, he made a comedy called Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. The movie was released in 2004 and was quite successful. So why hasn't there been a sequel? Quite simply, Thurber has no interest in doing it.

The filmmaker has been making the press rounds promoting Skyscraper and he was asked about a Dodgeball sequel and why it never happened. Rawson Marshall Thurber makes it clear that he loves the fans and loves the movie, but he just doesn't feel he has any more story to tell. Here's what he had to say about it.

"I really appreciate how much people love that movie. It's near and dear to my heart, but I feel like I said everything I needed to say in one film."

Hollywood
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Skyscraper Director Talks The Rock, Burning Buildings and Red Notice | Exclusive

Skyscraper Director Talks The Rock, Burning Buildings and Red Notice | Exclusive
Rawson Marshall Thurber has had tremendous success in comedy. The writer/director is responsible for such hits as Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, We're the Millers, and Central Intelligence. Thurber tackles big-budget action for the first time in Skyscraper. Dwayne Johnson, his lead in Central Intelligence, stars as Will Sawyer; a former FBI agent turned building inspector who lost a leg in the line of duty. Sawyer is assigned to inspect the Pearl, the world's tallest building in Hong Kong. His family moves into a luxury apartment while he completes the job. Terrorists with an unknown motive attack the building, setting it on fire while pursuing its billionaire owner. Sawyer must rescue his family, fight the bad guys, and escape the burning behemoth.

Rawson Marshall Thurber developed Skyscraper during post production for Central Intelligence. The filmmaker was a fan of films like Die Hard and The Towering Inferno, but drew
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Why 'Skyscraper' Director Will Never Make a Sequel to His Cult Classic 'Dodgeball'

Why 'Skyscraper' Director Will Never Make a Sequel to His Cult Classic 'Dodgeball'
After making his mark with comedies like Dodgeball and We're the Millers, filmmaker Rawson Marshall Thurber finds himself in an improbable position: a go-to action director for arguably the genre's biggest star.

The writer-director's latest, Skyscraper, stars his Central Intelligence collaborator Dwayne Johnson as former FBI agent and war veteran Will Sawyer, who lost part of his leg after a hostage situation gone wrong. He and his family are in Hong Kong where he is inspecting the world's tallest building, which comes under attack from mysterious villains who set the building ablaze, leaving Sawyer fighting to save his family....
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Laura-Leigh From 'Vanderpump Rules' Went From SURver to Big Time Actress

Let's take a walk down Vanderpump Rules memory lane — to Season 2 when Laura-Leigh Claire stepped onto the scene as Jax Taylor's rebound chick. Fans may recall the aspiring actress was hooking up with Sur's resident bad boy after Stassi Schroeder kicked him to the curb — but since then, she's moved on to bigger and better gigs. So what happened to Laura-Leigh post-Pump? Let's take a look! When Laura-Leigh turned in her sexy black dress to boss Lisa Vanderpump, she revealed that she had accepted a role in a movie also starring Jennifer Aniston. That movie turned out to be hit 2013 comedy We're the Millers, which also featured Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, Will Poulter, and Ed Helms. How major is that!? She also appeared in 15 episodes of Lifetime's The Client List as Nikki Shannon and recently completed shooting for the upcoming crime thriller Under the Silver Lake, which will also feature Riley Keough,
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Remember Miami Girl? What Happened to Forgotten 'Vanderpump Rules' Cast Members

Thanks to the toxic hooking up culture of Vanderpump Rules, there've been several cast members who've come and gone over the past six seasons. After all, the staff at Sur are fairly incestuous, choosing to only hook up, date, and befriend within their small social circle. But every once and a while a cast member comes along to shake things up...and then they quietly leave and we never hear from them again. But if you're wondering whatever happened to folks like Frank or "Miami Girl," they're all busy pursuing other endeavors away from reality TV. For Laura-Leigh Claire, who boldly declared on the show that she couldn't wait to quit Sur once she got a film offer, she's now a bonafide actress. However, after appearing in 2013's We're the Millers, her career stalled for a year or two. She even disappeared from social media. However, this year she's back and promoting her upcoming film,
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Skyscraper Trailer: The Rock Is on a Mission to Save His Family

Out of all of the trailers that have been shown during the Super Bowl today, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Skyscraper seems to fit in the best and it might even be the most suspenseful trailer of the day. After seeing the teaser and the poster where Johnson is literally flying through the air, we finally have our first look at the movie thanks to Super Bowl 2018 and the $5 million that it cost Universal Pictures to get the trailer shown. Much like Tom Cruise, Dwayne Johnson does not do anything less than 100 percent and this trailer is a testament to the actor's intense work ethic.

The trailer for Skyscraper is everything that you have come to expect in an action movie starring Dwayne Johnson, and that is definitely not a bad thing at all. Johnson is seen flexing his dramatic muscles as well as his super human strength in the insane trailer.
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Game Night Trailer Invites Jason Bateman to a Murder Mystery Party

Game Night Trailer Invites Jason Bateman to a Murder Mystery Party
New Line Cinema has released the first trailer for Game Night, the studio's upcoming action comedhy starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein are directing, marking their second film as co-directors following Vacation. The filmmakers have assembled an all-star cast around Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams for this comedy about a group of friends whose innocent game night is taken to a whole new level.

Bateman and McAdams star as Max and Annie, whose weekly couples game night gets kicked up a notch when Max's charismatic brother, Brooks (Kyle Chandler), arranges a murder mystery party, complete with fake thugs and faux federal agents. So when Brooks gets kidnapped, it's all part of the game...right? But as the six uber-competitive gamers set out to solve the case and win, they begin to discover that neither this "game," nor Brooks, are what they seem to be. Over
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'Thor: Ragnarok' Targets $100M+ Domestic Debut, Kicking Off the Holiday 2017 Season

'Thor: Ragnarok' Targets $100M+ Domestic Debut, Kicking Off the Holiday 2017 Season
Saturday Am Update: With an estimated $46.8 million on Friday, Disney and Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok is currently pacing to deliver an opening weekend around $115 million if not a little higher. Like the last eight films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the film earned an "A" CinemaScore from opening day moviegoers. Stx's A Bad Moms Christmas is looking to perform right on industry expectations, delivering an estimated $5.5 million on Friday, bringing the film's domestic cume to $10 million and headed toward a three-day weekend around $15-16 million and a five-day total around $20 million. You can check out all of the Friday estimates right here and we'll be back tomorrow morning with a complete look at the weekend. Friday Am Update: Thor: Ragnarok delivered the seventh largest preview gross for a title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe last night, bringing in $14.5 million, which is just behind the $15.4 million Spider-Man: Homecoming brought in earlier this year,
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The Best Part About Will Poulter’s Toy Story Halloween Costume Is the Message Behind It

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The Best Part About Will Poulter’s Toy Story Halloween Costume Is the Message Behind It
Happy Halloween pic.twitter.com/et8nbbd1Em - Will Poulter (@PoulterWill) October 29, 2017 Yes, Will Poulter knows he looks like Disney's most infamous bully from Toy Story, and he embraced it in the most powerful way this Halloween. On Saturday, the We're the Millers actor decided "it was time" to celebrate his striking resemblance to Sid, so he grabbed his Woody doll, dyed his hair black, put on some bizarre teeth, and was ready to go. But he didn't just dress as Sid to terrorize any Buzz Lightyear-costumed people; he did it to spread a message about bullying. Will is an ambassador for an antibullying program, so what better way to spread awareness for his cause than with some humor?! "This Halloween I thought I should respond to the comparison with Disney Pixars biggest bully next door and go as Sid from Toy Story!" he wrote on Twitter. "In addition
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‘Detroit’ Star Will Poulter On Police Brutality & “The Blue Code Of Silence” – The Contenders London

‘Detroit’ Star Will Poulter On Police Brutality & “The Blue Code Of Silence” – The Contenders London
Will Poulter arrived at Deadline's inaugural The Contenders London event to assure the audience at BAFTA that the charming, easy-going star of We're The Millers had not crossed over to the dark side after his all-too-convincing performance as racist cop Krauss in Kathryn Bigelow's riot-set period drama Detroit. Written by Bigelow's regular collaborator Mark Boal, who scripted Bigelow's 2008 Oscar-winner The Hurt Locker as well as the 2012 follow-up Zero Dark Thirty, the…
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The Cannonball Run remake to blend Fast & Furious with Ocean's 11

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Just several months ago we were reminded that Warner Bros. was still working away at getting a remake of The Cannonball Run off the ground when it was revealed that they were in negotiations with Rawson Marshall Thurber (We're The Millers) to direct the film and Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant to pen the script. The original 1981 film featured an ensemble of 80's... Read More...
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Chin Han Joins Dwayne Johnson in 3D action-thriller Skyscraper

Legendary’s upcoming 3D action-thriller Skyscraper has added Ghost In The Shell actor Chin Han to a cast that already includes Dwayne Johnson and Neve Campbell. Skyscraper is written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber(Central Intelligence, We're the Millers).

Johnson stars as a former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader who now evaluates security for skyscrapers. While on his latest assignment in Hong Kong, he is framed for setting one of the tallest buildings in the world on fire. As a wanted man, Johnson's character must team up with the building’s visionary owner & designer to find those responsible and rescue his family who are trapped inside the building.

Han recently starred in Ghost in the Shell and Independence Day: Resurgence. His TV credits include Netflix’s Marco Polo.

Source: Deadline Hollywood
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Warner Bros. Wants to Avoid Auteur Directors in the Future?

Many industry insiders are predicting that Warner Bros. will start avoiding auteur directors in favor of cheaper directors who can't demand final cut. These predictions stem from the announcement that New Line's Toby Emmerich would become Warner Bros. new president, which was made late last year. Insiders told the Hollywood Reporter that many have been watching closely to see what changes that Emmerich will attempt under his new position. Many insiders are concerned that Emmerich will "New Line-ization" Warner Bros., in other words, slash costs wherever possible and avoid auteur directors altogether.

Toby Emmerich ran Warner Bros.' New Line label for over 8 years, overseeing The Conjuring and We're the Millers, which were moderately budgeted projects that became hits. It has been said that Emmerich has "a real strong loyalty to New Line," which is understandable. It is also understandable for a studio to try and cut costs wherever they can to maximize profits. But since he has such a strong loyalty to New Line many are wondering if he will be moving a lot of movies down to New Line, which might not necessarily be a negative thing. It has been reported that Emmerich is looking to possibly move away from franchises to find a way to make cheaper movies that generate more profits.

Warner Bros. has seen its fair share of bombs lately, most notably Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword, which was estimated to be at least a moderate success and maybe go on to an extended universe. Another recent failure was Ben Affleck's Live by Night. The critical and box office failure of that project may have actually lead to Affleck being removed as director of The Batman, but that is pure speculation at this point because it was made to look as if Affleck walked away from the director's chair to focus on acting.

Whether any of Emmerich's reported plans will come into fruition is not clear at this time, but the news comes at an interesting time for the relationships between studio brass and directors. The recent news of Chris Miller and Phil Lord being fired from Disney and Lucasfilm's untitled Han Solo movie for apparent creative differences, leading many to believe that directors aren't allowed much creative freedom while working for Lucasfilm. Edgar Wright recently spoke out about being a director for hire on Marvel's Ant-Man and ultimately leaving that project because Marvel didn't want an "Edgar Wright" movie. Wright also took the sides of Miller and Lord, speaking from personal experience from his time working with Marvel.

An interesting piece of information from the so-called studio insiders is that apparently Warner Bros. still intends to give final cut to Christopher Nolan and Clint Eastwood. Also Harry Potter, Lego, and the Dceu would remain intact, which kind of goes against what has been speculating. Maybe Emmerich is just going for a more cautious plan of attack instead of green lighting just about everything without considerable research. Emmerich's first green light is rumored to be The Goldflinch, which is based off of a novel by Donna Tart, with John Crowley set to direct, so we'll have to wait and see what he does with his new position.
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Daddy's Home 2 Trailer Brings in Grandpas Mel Gibson and John Lithgow

Daddy's Home 2 Trailer Brings in Grandpas Mel Gibson and John Lithgow
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer and three photos for Daddy's Home 2, the studio's comedy sequel that continues the story from the 2015 smash hit Daddy's Home. Returning from the original comedy are Will Ferrell as Brad Whitaker and Mark Wahblerg as Dusty Mayron, along with Linda Cardellini as Sara and Scarlett Estevez and Owen Vaccaro as the kids Megan and Dylan. This sequel also brings two new cast members into the fold, Mel Gibson and John Lithgow, portraying Dusty and Brad's fathers.

In the Paramount Pictures sequel to the 2015 global smash, father and stepfather, Dusty (Mark Wahlberg) and Brad (Will Ferrell) have joined forces to provide their kids with the perfect Christmas. Their newfound partnership is put to the test when Dusty's old-school, macho Dad (Mel Gibson) and Brad's ultra-affectionate and emotional Dad (John Lithgow) arrive just in time to throw the holiday into complete chaos. Alessandro Ambrossia
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