MTV's Scream series may not be using the iconic Ghostface Killer mask, but it will recreate one of the original Scream film's most remembered scenes. In 1996, it came as a shock to audiences when Drew Barrymore didn't make it past the opening act, as she was set up to be the star of the movie. She was dispensed rather quickly by the main slasher. Now, MTV has gotten another big star, and it's confirmed that this same opening act will be used once again to kickstart this small screen reboot.
The Scream TV series is debuting nearly twenty years after the original movie hit theaters. It will feature an all-new Ghostface Killer mask, and a plot that revolves around viral videos. It is not known if the killer in this new version of Scream is literally reenacting the same moments from the movie, or if this is a straight up remake that will not address or acknowledge the past films. We'll have to wait until 2015, when the series is set to air on MTV, to find out.Read More
Drew Barrymore has signed on to star alongside Toni Collette in the upcoming drama Miss You Already. Drew Barrymore replaces Rachel Weisz, who was attached to star back in April, but has since dropped out.
The story follows two longtime best friends (Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette), whose friendship is put to the test as Drew Barrymore's character tries to have the baby she's always wanted, while Toni Collette's character learns she has breast cancer. Dominic Cooper and Paddy Considine are also starring as the friends' husbands, with Jacqueline Bisset playing Toni Collette's mother.Read More
The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates on-screen couple Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are reuniting for their third romantic comedy this summer with Blended. After a disastrous blind date, two single parents find themselves on the same African safari with their children in tow. Will they be able to get over their differences and learn to love each other? Take a look at over 50 new photos featuring this modern day answer to George Burns and Gracie Allen as they get try to get out of each other's way only to land in more trouble. Also featuring Bella Thorne, Terry Crews, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Joel McHale.
Blended was released May 23rd, 2014.Read More
Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new clip and TV spot for Frank Coraci's comedy Blended. Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore star as two single parents that go on a terrible first date and decide not to see each other anymore. They end up booking the same safari vacation and are forced into taking the same trip. The clip features the pair witnessing the circle of life on the safari with the TV spot giving us another look at their blind date.
Blended was released May 23rd, 2014.Read More
Two contentious families get stuck on the same vacation together in the second trailer for Blended, starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in their third collaboration following The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates. The story follows this single father (Adam Sandler) and a single mother (Drew Barrymore) who are stuck on the same African vacation together along with their children, after their disastrous blind date. Joel McHale and Wendi McLendon-Covey co-star in this upcoming comedy from director Frank Coraci, arriving in theaters May 23.
After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren (Barrymore) and Jim (Sandler) agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again. But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they are all stuck sharing a suite at a luxurious African safari resort for a week.Read More
Following a blind date from hell, Jim Friedman (Adam Sandler) and Laura Reynolds (Drew Barrymore) somehow manage to reunite on an African vacation in the upcoming comedy Blended. Warner Bros. has released two posters, featuring Jim riding an ostrich while his daughters (Bella Thorne, Emma Fuhrmann and Alyvia Alyn Lind) look on, and Laura trying her hand at parasailing while her sons (Kyle Silverstein and Braxton Beckham) watch in amusement. Director Frank Coraci's comedy, which co-stars Joel McHale and Wendi McLendon-Covey, hits theaters May 23.
Single dad, no clue. See @AdamSandler with @bellathorne, @EmmaFuhrmann and @AlyviaAlynLind in #Blended. pic.twitter.com/ZH5pCR8wrZ— Blended (@BlendedMovie) March 20, 2014Read More
New Line Cinema is in talks to bring on director Christian Ditter to helm Drew Barrymore's upcoming romantic comedy How to Be Single. The project has been in development since 2008.
The film will be based on a book by Liz Tuccillo. It follows a 37-year-old book publicist named Julie Jenson, who lives in New York and has been single for six years. When her friend Georgia's husband dumps her for a samba teacher, Julie gathers her four single girlfriends for one momentous night of New York singlehood. After a long night of partying, Julie decides that she's fed up with New York's singles scene once and for all. She quits her job and sets off to find how women around the world deal with the dreaded phenomenon of the Single Life. From Paris to India, to Iceland and back to New York, Julie finds out how to make her crazy life work.Read More