Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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Oh man! This is super exciting!
Neve Campbell may be coming back to TV full-time!
The actress, who starred on Party of Five in the '90s, recently signed up for a Lifetime movie called Sworn to Silence, in which her character will return to the Amish town in Ohio where she was raised as the new chief of police and uncover a murder, and according to new reports, the network is hoping to use it as a "backdoor pilot" for a possible series!
President and General Manager of Lifetime Networks Nancy Dubuc says in a statement:
And following in the footsteps of Jennifer Love Hewitt, the next 90s scream queen is revving up for her Oscar in a riveting Lifetime drama!
Sworn to Silence will center on Neve Campbell's character after she survives "a series of brutal murders that rock her peaceful Amish farming community."
Omg so it's like Scream..but in the country…okay! We're on board! LOL!
Rumor has it even though they're making this a "movie," they're really hoping it will turn into a television series. Hmm… Neve on Lifetime?? Yeah, why not.
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Lookin' good, you two!
Back in September, we heard all about the upcoming 12-part, $28 million British miniseries Titanic: Blood & Steel, and we were totally intrigued!
What do U think? Will U check out this series when it premieres???
P.S. Check out Chris Noth (below) in a couple of those photos! Yeah mustache! LOLz!
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Well it's about time we got a different perspective on this event!
All we ever see is the ship going down!
A 12-part, $28 million British mini-series is currently in development called Titanic: Blood & Steel, and unlike its many predecessors, will chronicle the famed ship's actual construction, which took place in Belfast, Ireland in the early 1900s. Although it has yet to pick up U.S. distribution, it's garnering quite the cast, which includes Kevin Zegers, Chris Noth, Derek Joacobi, and Neve Campbell!
Apparently, Zegers will
Neve Campbell is officially divorced from her husband of over 4 years (by one day), John Light.
Court documents filed on May 6 show the former couple divided up all of their assets in a confidential settlement agreement.
No details are known other than Neve asked the judge to deny Light any spousal support.
We're so sorry things didn't work out for these two and we hope they continue to amicably work out the divorce.
However, Neve still looks pret-ty good and we have no doubt in our mind that she will get a second chance at love!
In fact, it looked like there was a little sexual tension between Sid and Dewey in Scream 4 and we're not sure that was in the script! Just sayin'! Ha!
Seriously though, we wish these two the best as they go their separate ways.
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Excellent! We wouldn't want to see it if they weren't involved in some capacity!
Now that Scream 4 has premiered and rocked our world in the best way possible, series director Wes Craven has revealed that not only is Scream 5 most likely going to happen, but he expects its surviving stars Neve Campbell, David Arquette, and Courteney Cox all to return!
"I imagine the core characters will continue. I suspect they'll be with us until the end, because they just are the heart and soul of the movie and especially since we tend to kill off most of the other people. They'll be with us. There will be some continuation of the drama of Sidney Prescott's family and the ghosts that haunt it."
Poor Neve! How many effing serial killers intent on murdering you can one girl possibly have?!
As much as we liked the finality of the way this past one ended, we can't say we'd be too disappointed if they all returned for one or two more rounds - so long as the take was as fresh as it was for 4!
Good lord, they NAILED IT, didn't they?
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Guess the box-office belongs to the kiddies this weekend!
The Friday numbers are in and so far, the family flick Rio is in the lead with an impressive $10.2 million take from the box-office yesterday. If the 3D toon keeps this up, they could end up with a strong $37 million for the weekend.
Coming in at the #2 spot, slashing an estimated $8 million out of movie-goers, was Scre4m. The flick is getting decent reviews, but based on its performance yesterday, it is projected to take in $20 million for the weekend. That's well below what Dimension Films had projected, but still, not a bad start.
C'mon people! You can do better than this! Would it help if we told you we know the ending and it will undoubtedly BLOW YOUR MIND??? Trust us, go see this movie! It's scary! It's funny! It's written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Wes Craven - 'nough said!