Yes, she's gonna be a movie star!
Reality television was just the starting point for Snooki. The Jersey Shore star will make a cameo appearance in Movie 43, which will feature a variety of segments directed by the likes of Brett Ratner and Peter Farrelly.
The flick also stars Elizabeth Banks, Gerard Butler, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Knoxville, Emma Stone and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.
Not too shabby, honey.
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Looks like we're getting another installment of Jackass in a matter of no time!
Johnny Knoxville was spotted celebrating Halloween with a pint of Guiness and with his reality-show turned franchise's camera crew yesterday at the Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland!
No word on what kind of stunt these guys had planned, but you may notice a leprechaun-themed logo on their shirts and an actual 'leprechaun' by his side!
However, filming was reportedly halted when some rowdy locals got into Knoxville's face and threw beer on him! Thankfully, security intervened before the situation could escalate!
We know what these guys do to each other in the name of fun, we wouldn't want to see what would happen to people who cross them!
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It's still a week before Halloween, but movie-goers were in the mood to be spooked this weekend.
Paranormal Activity 2 was the #1 movie in its opening weekend, taking in an impressive $41.5 million.
Last week's number one movie, Jackass 3D went down a notch, taking the number two spot with an additional $21.6 million.
The Bruce Willis and Helen Mirren spy caper movie Red took the third spot with $15 million.
Matt Damon's new movie, Hereafter was a bit of a disappointment coming in at number four in its opening weekend with a little more than $12 million.
We're sure it didn't phase him though as he was probably preoccupied with his new baby daughter, Stella.
So what did U see this weekend??
Did U get your fill of 3D Jackass this weekend? If not, it looks like you may get another chance sooner than later.
After a phenomenal $50.4 million opening weekend, Paramount is thinking about what to do with footage that didn't make it to the big screen.
Here's what Johnny Knoxville had to say about the extra footage:
“We shot two movies' worth of footage. We have so many bits that we never even turned in to Paramount because we were so swamped with ideas — funny stuff. The bits were just coming out of us left and right.”
The original plan by Paramount was to release an online follow-up to Jackass 3D, much like Jackass 2.5, which was released on the Internet three months after the theatrical release of Jackass Number Two.
Now, after the enormous success of Jackass 3D, Paramount is giving consideration to a second theatrical release. According to a source, the studio is likely to make a decision about where/when to release the follow-up with the next few days.
If they choose another theatrical release, it's likely that they'll film new footage, instead of solely relying on deleted scenes from Jackass 3D.
Would U buy another movie ticket to see more 3D Jackass in theaters?
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People love to be grossed out!
Believe it or not, Jackass 3D is a major hit! After 10 years and three movies, the third installment made over $50 million in its opening weekend, which far exceeded the film's expectations.
Even taking into account inflation and new ticket surcharges, the film earned more than its two predecessors, which is sure to make the people at Paramount Pictures very happy since the film was fairly cheap to make in comparison to most Hollywood blockbusters.
Bruce Willis' Red came in number 2 making a decent $22.5 million.
Secretariat was still going strong in its third week, making $9.5 million, while the romantic comedy Life As We Know It came in 4th with $9.2 million.
What did U see this weekend?
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