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Uncle Jesse John Stamos Is Coming Back To TV!

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Be still our heart!

The Fox fall line-up just got a whole lot SEKSIER!

John Stamos has reportedly signed a deal to star in the new comedy pilot Little Brother, from writer Mike Royce and director Shawn Levy!

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Owen Wilson And Vince Vaughn Are Reuniting As Interns

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Yes! Yes! YES!

We've been waiting YEARS for Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson to reunite for another HIGHlarious comedy and it looks like it's finally happening!

We don't know why it took so long, considering the success they had with Wedding Crashers, but the actors will be co-starring in a comedy called Interns, which was written by Vaughn himself!

The flick will be directed by

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A Night Frankenstein At The Museum! Shawn Levy To Direct New Frankie Flick

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There are SO many Frankenstein projects in the works, we can't even keep track anymore!

We're not particularly enthused to announce that A Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy has just signed on to direct a new Frankenstein movie for Fox.

Other directors who were in the running included Bourne director Paul Greengrass and Harry Potter director David Yates, but in the end Shawn Levy seemed like he'd make the studio the most money be the best candidate.

Does this mean that you'll no longer be directing Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Shawn???

What do U think? Is the Night at the Museum director the right guy for Frankenstein?

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MORE Unoriginal Television! Romancing The Stone Coming To TV

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Guess that Romancing the Stone remake isn't happening then…

We've just learned that NBC will be turning the 1984 Michael Douglas/Kathleen Turner classic into a TV series.

As a reminder, the film was about "a romance writer who sets off to Colombia to ransom her kidnapped sister, and soon finds herself in the middle of a dangerous adventure alongside a swashbuckling American bird exporter."

The show will be written by The Forgotten creator Mark Friedman, and A Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy MAY direct "subject to feature availability."

We gotta say, it's gonna be pret-ty difficult for us to get excited about this show. The film is great as it is.

Leave this one alone, NBC. Please.

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Hugh Jackman And Fighting Robots

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Check out the trailer (above) for Night At The Museum creator Shawn Levy's upcoming movie Real Steel.

How often do we get a movie that satisfies our desire for Hugh Jackman HAWTness AND fighting robots simultaneously?

Best early Christmas/late Hanukkah present ever! LOLs.

Are U pumped to see Hugh Jackman and fighting robots hit the big screen?

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Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Is Getting The Film Treatment!

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We hope they don't fuck this up trying to give it the Where The Wild Things Are treatment! We love this book too much for it to suck!

Director Shawn Levy has reportedly signed on to direct a 'high concept' film adaptation of the Judith Viorst classic Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day!

For those of you who grew up under a rock, the book revolves around a sour puss kid who gets metaphorically shit on for about 45 pages.

We think our favorite little burst of rainbows and kittens Kristen Stewart should play Alexander!

This whole 'high concept' description worries us. Like we mentioned, it worked for Spike Jonze on Where The Wild Things Are, because well, he's a good filmmaker, but Shawn Levy took a massive dump on his version of the Pink Panther (twice!), and when Hilary Duff is the best part of your movie - Cheaper By The Dozen (twice!) - then you pretty much fail at life.

But we refuse to be like our beloved Stewie Puss Puss Alexander and will remain cautiously optimistic about this film!

What do U think?? Will U go see Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day?

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