J.K. Rowling suggested to Oprah that she could write three more Harry Potter novels if she wanted to. You know, she totally wants to. (Vulture)
You remember Mamma Mia, the movie they made based around ABBA songs. Yeah. They’re going to do the same with Beach Boys songs. Because God hates you all. (Variety)
With the Bayfier, now you can star in your own Michael Bay movie, like this one, which I’ll call Priscosplosion, which stars not one, but TWO Shia LaBeoufs. (Bayifier)
The Fug Girls pick the Best and Worst dressed characters on television. Oh, Manny! (Vulture)
Amy Adams, after a year off to have a ginger spawn, is weighing three offers: The lead female in The Muppet Movie opposite Jason Segal; the love interest opposite Matt Damon in Cameron Crowe’s We Bought a Zoo (pick me! pick me!); and opposite Chris Pine in Alex Kurtzman’s directorial debut, Welcome To People. (The Playlist)
FYI: Eduardo Saverin, the poor schlub played by Andrew Garfield in The Social Network, who got screwed over by Mark Zuckerberg, is in reality worth about $1.1 billion. (The Business Insider)
Olivia Wilde has been cast to play Justin Timberlake’s … mother in I’m.mortal, Andrew Niccol’s sci-fi film set in a world where society stops aging at 25, and where the rich are immortal, while the rest struggle to stay alive. (The Wrap)
Meanwhile, Emily Blunt will be playing Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s … mother in Looper, Rian Johnson’s time-traveling follow-up to The Brothers Bloom. I’d try to explain the plot to you, but I think I’d get lost along the way. (THR)
ABC has made a script order for a Jennifer Lopez untitled dramedy co-produced by “Friends” writer Alexa Junge. I’d trying to explain the plot to you, but I’d probably black out from stupidity. (Variety)
Fox has “won” the right to distribute Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, the movie directed by Wanted’s Timur Bekmambetov and based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel. Tim Burton is producing. (Variety)
A crocodile dressed as Iron Man? Why not?
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