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  • Zach Braff turns to Kickstarter to help fund a ‘Garden State’ sequel

    Attention all “Garden State” fans still pining for more: You can take action. Zach Braff, the super relatable Jersey boy behind the classic 2004 film, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a follow-up. In his video the adorable Braff explains why he’s hitting us up (because big money investors want too much… More ▸

  • Check out Natalie Portman in ‘Thor: The Dark World’ trailer

    Despite what certain gossip blogs would have you believe, Natalie Portman is more than just a highly attractive, possibly pregnant mother, environmentalist, and Paris resident. The girl can act, too. In November you’ll get to see her on the big screen alongside Chris Hemsworth in Thor: The Dark World. Until then Portman fans and comic book… More ▸

  • ‘Spider-Man’ movie changes filming schedule due to Passover

    NEW YORK (JTA) – The filming schedule of “The Amazing Spider Man 2” was changed in response to a request made by a haredi Orthodox community in Brooklyn. Producers of the Hollywood franchise being shot at the Marcy Avenue Armory, a building located in the mostly Yiddish-speaking part of Williamsburg, agreed to reduce the presence… More ▸

  • Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore are teaming up again for new film

    Thank God– something to save Adam Sandler’s career. The Razzie-winning actor is teaming up again with previous co-star Drew Barrymore for a new romcom, Warner Brothers announced yesterday. The new film, which doesn’t have a title yet, will star Barrymore and Sandler as two divorced parents who go on a date that takes a terrible… More ▸

  • Mila Kunis gets date request for a college cotillion

    Is Mila Kunis going to say yes again? The Jewish celebrity has been asked on a date via the internet to the college cotillion by Kirsten Bledsoe, a senior in Hollins University, Virginia Kunis is Bledsoe’s celebrity crush, and she asked Kunis out on a date following her adorable interview with a BBC reporter “I would really like… More ▸

  • Ed Asner hospitalized after struggling to perform on stage

    Jewish Hollywood Legend Ed Asner was hospitalized last night after having trouble speaking during a performance in Indiana. The 83-year-old actor is best known for playing the character Lou Grant in the 1970’s sitcom, “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” who then went on to star in his own spin-off series, Lou Grant. He also won… More ▸

  • Spielberg confirms new film on Pakistan/India border

    During his trip to Mumbai to celebrate his success from the Oscar-winning film “Lincoln,” Jewish filmmaker Steven Spielberg shared exciting news with the foreign film industry: he plans to make a movie about the disputed border territory between Pakistan and India. Speaking with the Times of India, Spielberg confirmed he had finalized a script for the… More ▸