Well this explains A LOT!
One source dished to Page Six that the dramz:
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Moody Bitches say WHAT?!
This definitely sounds like a show we'd tune into! Lolz!
The book, appropriately titled Moody Bitches: The Truth About the Drugs You're Taking, The Sex You're Not Having, The Sleep You're Missing and What's Really Making You Crazy by Dr. Julie Holland will literally explore all of the above and HBO's television version will be no different!
HBO's interpretation of the potential series will:
"Expose the truth about the drugs you're taking, the sex you're not having, the sleep you're missing and what's really making you crazy."
Sounds like a book we all need to read. HA!
The Queen of all talk shows will be a co-executive producer of the show alongside with the Moody Bitches author & Diablo, who will be penning the script for the series!
Let's hope this series goes past 'potential' and gets the green light production, ASAP!
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Diablo Cody’s directorial debut, Paradise, is bound to stir up some controversy. But who’s to say we’re not in for a beautiful, honest, and HIGHlarious visual adventure?!
Starring Julianne Hough, Russell Brand, and Octavia Spencer, the film revolves around Lamb, an evangelical Christian whose two-thirds of her body were burned in a plane crash. Following her recovery and a crisis of faith, Lamb decides to make her way to Las Vegas and do all the things she’s wanted to try!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!!
"I find it very interesting that a man can be a stripper, talk about it openly, go on SNL and parody it in several sketches, and nobody accuses him of leveraging his sexuality to get ahead. They applaud it. And he did make a quality film, and it obviously did really well, and it had a certain pedigree - it wasn't trashy - but I do not think a woman would be treated the same way. I'm living proof of that. A woman's sexuality is dangerous and threatening and dirty, and for Channing, it's a charming tool in his arsenal. And I love Magic Mike. I love Channing. This is in no way a diss on him."
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The Evil Dead remake has its
Jane Levy, whom you may recognize from the ABC sitcom Suburgatory, is reportedly in negotiations to take over for Lily Collins, who exited production of the Fede Alvarez-directed feature, as Mia, a young woman recovering from a recent overdose and heading to the remote cabin in the woods with five friends and - yeah, you know the drill!
"It seems a lot of people in power are not comfortable with women writing or directing. They think it's incompatible with motherhood or some other responsibility, and that freaks me out. A lot of women are doing amazing things as producers and executive producers, but on the creative side? Not as much, and that's deeply depressing."
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