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23 Şubat 2011 Çarşamba

***Bad Teacher Trailer: Cameron Diaz Wants Justin Timberlake For His Money **Bill Murray Says He Hasn't Read "Ghostbusters 3" Script **Justin Timberlake And Larry David Up For Farrelly's Soon To Shoot Three Stooges Movie

Bad Teacher Trailer: Cameron Diaz Wants Justin Timberlake For His Money

published: 2011-02-22 22:16:44 Author: Katey Rich

Justin Timberlake will be following up on his newfound credibility as a movie star twice this summer, once in the romantic comedy Friends With Benefits opposite Mila Kunis (another actor suddenly taken much more seriously now that she's in an Oscar-nominated film). But first up, on June 24, is Bad Teacher, that stars Timberlake's ex Cameron Diaz as a foulmouthed middle school teacher who suddenly decides to become good at her job in order to save up for a boob job.

It's telling that the very first trailer for the film to go online is red-band, and opens with Diaz saying over hamburgers, almost offhand, "Fuck my ass." It only gets dirtier and sillier from there, with Diaz deciding to woo the new substitute teacher played by Diaz, smoking pot on school grounds, swearing at students and, for some reason, volunteering for a school car wash wearing clothes better suited to her character in the Charlie's Angels movies. There's a lot going on in the trailer, and it's hard to know if it'll all fit together in a coherent or actually funny movie. And there's a disappointing lack of Jason Segel, so it's hard to know if his role is really small or just hard to explain in a quick trailer. But with Jake Kasdan directing, his first film since the hilarious and terribly underrated Walk Hard, and The Office's Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg writing, there's reason for a little bit of blind faith.

Check out the trailer below (after entering a valid birthdate-- sorry, kids!) and marvel at Diaz's dirty mouth and Timberlake's preppy look that somehow, like everything, looks good on him.

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Bill Murray Says He Hasn't Read "Ghostbusters 3" Script

Posted: February 22nd, 2011 by Staff
Everyone wants to make "Ghostbusters 3," but Bill Murray is not sure that he wants to be involved, since he's still regretting agreeing to make the second installment. Now during an appearance on Howard Stern's show, the actor touched on why he's holding up the production.

Stern: Is it true that there is a 'Ghostbusters 3' and that you're the problem and you will not sign off on this? Do you know about this?
Murray: Yeah, I guess I'm the problem. Before I was an asset, [but] now I'm a problem. There's a script somewhere [on my desk], but I haven't read it yet.

Stern: Why haven't you read it? Is it because you think it's a bullsh*t idea? In other words, 'Ghostbusters' has had its time and you did a remarkable job with that and you've moved on?
Murray: There's a little bit of that. I only made one sequel and it was 'Ghostbusters 2' and it didn't end up the way it was presented.

About five years after we did the first one, the clever agents got us all together in a room and we really are funny together, I mean they are funny people – Harold [Ramis] and Danny [Aykroyd] and myself, with Ivan [Reitman] and maybe one or two other people. We were just blindingly funny for about an hour or so and the agents, there was just foam coming off of them.

They had this pitch and Danny and Harold had concocted some story ideas and it was a story, it was good story. I think I had even read one or two [scripts for 'Ghostbusters 2'] that Danny had rolled out beforehand, but this one was a good one. I said, 'Ok, we can do that one.'

It was just kind of fun to have all of us together. I mean [Rick] Moranis, Annie [Potts] – these people are just sterling people to begin with.

Stern: So how do you go back and really make another? Does Ivan want to make ['Ghostbusters 3']?
Murray: Yeah, Ivan wants to make it and I owe him, you know. He's puzzled that I haven't gotten to this one.

Stern: How long has it been sitting on your desk, this script for 'Ghostbusters'?
Murray: Well, it may not be on the desk – it's over there somewhere. How long? I don't know.

Robin Quivers: So you have no interest?
Murray: Well, I'll get to it. I gotta get to it – I feel bad. I got a message and I think people – I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings – it's not the foremost thing in my mind, so I don't think about it.

You know, the studio gets excited every 10 years or so. What they'd really like to do is recreate the franchise. I remember when the new 'Ghostbusters' was going to be Chris Rock, Chris Farley and Chris Crane – that had it together.

Stern: Is that a threat to you? In other words, did they try to threaten you by saying we're going to put together a new 'Ghostbusters' and therefore you guys will have to go do it?
Murray: It's not a threat, it's sort of businesslike – they'd like to keep it going. There are still kids today that watch this movie and love it, it's still very popular. They still sell a lot of toys and everything.

Source: Howard Stern,

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Justin Timberlake And Larry David Up For Farrelly's Soon To Shoot Three Stooges Movie

published: 2011-02-22 23:11:48 Author: Josh Tyler
I just walked out of a screening for the Farrelly Brothers' new sex comedy Hall Pass and into a slew of news about what could be their next project: The Three Stooges. The Farrelly’s have been trying to turn the classic comedy team into a big screen movie for years now and, I was kind of impressed when I read their script. Somehow though, this thing has just never really come together. Everyone from Jim Carrey and Sean Penn to Andy Samberg and Benicio del Toro has been attached to the film. None of that seemed to pan out. Tonight we’ve been gifted with more casting rumors to heap on the pile. How does Justin Timberlake as Larry work for you?

Boston Herald says Timberlake’s name is just one of those being considered by Peter and Bobby Farrelly for their renewed attempt at a Three Stooges movie. Other contenders for the Larry role are said to include Woody Harrelson and Larry David, of all people. Johnny Knoxville and Hank Azaria are supposed to be up for Moe, and Will Sasso is competing with a host of unknowns for the part of Curly.

That’s a lot to chew on. I’m not sure which, if any, combination of those names would actually work. The range of ages and styles and backgrounds among those actors is all over the map. How can Justin Timberlake and Larry David be up for the same part? It doesn’t make a lot of sense. Maybe that’s why even the Farrelly’s don’t sound like they have a clear direction yet. Bobby says, “It’s a little tricky, right? Because they all have to be about the same age and even around the same height. We’re waiting for that first person that we’re going to say, ‘This is going to be our Moe, Larry or Curly’ and we’ll build around that. But it’s going to happen soon. It will be within three weeks.”

The fact that they have a decision deadline, though, is good. Or at least it’s good if you actually want them to make this movie. It’s moving forward and they’ve already made plans to shoot in Georgia, where the tax incentives are favorable. The Three Stooges seems like it’s finally happening, even if the casting process doesn’t make a lot of sense. The Stooges have always thrived in chaos, I suspect they wouldn't want it any other way.


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