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When this movie begins in the middle of an over-the-top prison riot in Bangkok that leads to a crazy “Shawshank Redemption” joke, it’s the first sign that “The Hangover Part III” is not just business as usual. The first film, written by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore, featured a very clever hook, and when Craig Mazin, Scot Armstrong & Todd Phillips wrote the script for the second movie, they mirrored the structure of the first film closely.
Back in her “Pretty Women” days, I interviewed the young Julia Roberts and at one point she mentioned her dog, which she called Faulkner. Well, that’s one way to add some intellectual heft to your resume. Is it so different with James Franco, choosing “As I Lay Dying” as his first directorial feature? He says he loved the book when he first read it back in high school. Well, I loved a girl named Becky but I didn’t make a film about her.
Plus: What Chloe was really typing all that time in front of the computer on 24, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Who’s going to take home the coveted mirror-ball trophy? The top four couples on Dancing with the Stars - Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough, Alexandra Raisman and Mark Ballas, Zendaya and Val Chmerkovskiy, Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff - are hitting the ballroom one last time Monday night in hopes of earning high scores from judges and lots of votes from viewers to win the competition.
We already told you that Zach Braff had cast Mandy Patinkin to play his father in his crowd-sourced film Wish I Was Here. Well, over the last week, the cast has filled out a bit. Josh Gad will play Braff’s brother.
Zachary Levi, star of the late, lamented NBC action comedy “Chuck,” will make his Broadway debut in the musical comedy “First Date,” the show’s producers said Monday. Levi anchored the cult TV series for five seasons, starring as a computer-whiz who becomes an improbable spy.
The news was first reported by China’s m1905.com, a state-owned film site. The casting comes during recent high-profile efforts to court and increase Chinese interest in Hollywood tent-poles: Iron Man 3 was shot with footage specifically for the country, which is now the world’s second-largest film market.