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In the wake of the Sony email hacks last year, we reported that a crossover between Men In Black and 21 Jump Street could become a reality. Now, it's being reported that there will be not one, but two new movies in the Jump Street franchise!
Sony is not only expanding the Jump Street universe by moving forward with the crossover film, but they are also developing a female-driven spin-off!
As far as the MIB/Jump Street crossover goes, we're not sure if Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones will be involved, but we can expect some meta dialogue about crossover movies, which the satirical franchise is known for doing!
The female driven spin-off will be penned by Broad City writers Lucia Aniello and Paul Downs, and will have the same tone as the original action comedy and its sequel.
We don't know which of these films we're more excited for!
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Well, that answers our question!
This move left a lot of people wondering if this was just a ploy for the comedian's soon-to-be ex-wife to squeeze some extra cash out of this impending divorce.
But, Michelle explained on Wednesday that her intentions are purely maternal:
"It makes me feel sad that it has come to this — that Rosie and her publicist feel like they need to do this character assassination. I just want my child to have the best possible environment to grow up in, a normal life. Right now she's got 24/7 nannies over there at Rosie's house. I don't want my child to have a 24/7 nanny."
Sure, that sounds more like the words of a concerned parent, rather than someone looking for a cash cow. But for those of you who aren't convinced of Michelle's motivation, maybe this will change your mind.
Can you believe it's been eight months since Joan Rivers passed away?
While her memory lives on in many ways through the legacy she's left behind, Melissa Rivers reveals she tries not to think about how long it has been since her mother passed away from surgery complications.
The 47-year-old told revealed:
"I never let myself imagine life without her. Why would I want to?
So how does she deal with the fact that the legendary comedian isn't around anymore? By writing a book!
In The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief and Manipulation, Melissa pays tribute to her mom by recalling all of their memories together.
Hey, ladies! Want to know what will make a man think you're "perfect"?
Good news! If this new viral video is any indication, you don't have to be intelligent or kind or thoughtful!
You just have to drink beer without losing energy, eat pizza and candy constantly without putting on weight, and relax with some video games while wearing clothes two sizes too small.
Entitled "The Perfect Girlfriend," this video created by
Larry Wilmore is one funny dude! But the host of The Nightly Show was NOT in a laughing mood on Monday's episode when he took out his frustrations against the coverage Fox News has provided since protests in Baltimore have started over police brutality.
Mr. Wilmore showed a bevy of clips that showcased the questionable coverage from Fox News in the midst of the Baltimore riots.
The show host also blasted Fox News for its use of some pretty ugly stereotypes during its coverage, and even had a strong message for the network at the end of his segment.
And it was NOT a compliment at all!!!
Check out the entire clip (below) !!!
Gone, but never forgotten.
The fashion designer tragically committed suicide last year, but the rocker's love for her is still very much alive.
The Rolling Stones frontman tweeted a beautiful photo of the former model sitting a chair as she showed off her long, gorgeous legs:
Remembering L'Wren on her birthday Photo by Jean Pigozzi pic.twitter.com/oqJWEhIZCJ
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) April 28, 2015
Mick has been slowly getting better after L'Wren's tragic passing last March. He says throwing himself into his work helped him cope with the incredibly painful loss.
He also continues to memorialize her. Earlier this year, the rocker even set up a scholarship in her name to be awarded to London fashion students.
L'Wren is sadly no longer with us, but Mick is devoted to making sure her memory lives on.
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