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  • Carrie Fischer may or may not be playing Princess Leia in the new Star Wars film

    It seems nobody really knows whats going on with the new “Star Wars” film. Earlier this week,  Jewish actress Carrie Fischer told Palm Beach Illustrated she was playing Princess Leia in the new “Star Wars” film coming out from Disney, only for a representative to tell CNN she was only kidding. “She was joking,” the rep said. “Nothing has been announced yet.” Yet George… More ▸

  • Is Howard Stern coming to late night TV?

    Brace yourself for this rumor: Howard Stern might replace Jimmy Fallon. Leaked news last week revealed that Jay Leno was being pushed off of NBC to make room for Jimmy Fallon in his 11:30 slot in 2014. A source told the New York Post today NBC was “grooming” Jewish comedian/pervert Howard Stern. Stern is known… More ▸

  • Sarah Silverman and Joan Rivers snuggle in new web series

    “Fashion Police” TV personality Joan Rivers (who recently made the ADL’s hit list) has launched a new web series called “In Bed with Joan,” and her first featured guest was Jewish comedian Sarah Silverman. The show is a 30-minute segment of a “no holds barred chat with Joan Rivers,” according to the show’s site. Silverman… More ▸

  • Mila Kunis soothes nervous BBC reporter

    If you didn’t already love her, this will seal the deal. While promoting her upcoming film, “Oz the Great and Powerful,” Mila Kunis was interviewed by a young BBC reporter, who tells her its his first time interviewing an A-list celebrity, and doesn’t do a very good job at hiding his emotions. Kunis tries to… More ▸

  • Daniel Radcliffe to star in new “Frankenstein” film

    The “Harry Potter” actor has graduated from Hogwarts and is moving onto other fictional roles. 23-year-old Jewish actor Daniel Radcliffe has signed on to play the hunchback assistant to Victor Frankenstein in 20th Century Fox’s new adaption of the 1818 novel, according to Deadline. The new film is written by Max Landis and will be directed by… More ▸

  • Girl in red coat from “Schindler’s List” says role traumatized her

    Oliwia Dabrowska, a 24-year-old Polish actress, played the infamous role of the “girl in the red coat” from Steven Spielberg’s award-winning Holocaust film, “Schindler’s List.” The film is about Oskar Schindler, and his decision to save some 1,000 Jews from the Nazis by employing them in his factory. The little girl’s red coat is perhaps the… More ▸

  • Paul Rudd resurrects “Anchorman” mustache

    Welcome back Brian Fantana! “Anchorman” actor Paul Rudd appeared on The Today Show this morning, sporting his mustache best associated with his character from the film, Brian. Rudd was promoting his new movie, “Admission,” which he stars in alongside Tina Fey. He acknowledged the facial hair, which is presumably helping him getting in character for the… More ▸

  • Mila Kunis says no to “Fifty Shades of Grey” film

    Someone had to kill the gossip, and it was none other than Mila Kunis herself. Endless rumors have been circulating that the hotness Ukrainian Jewish actress Kunis will play the protagonist, Anastacia Steele, in the upcoming film “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which is based on the mommy-porn book. At a press conference for her upcoming film, “Oz, the… More ▸

  • James Franco gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

    Check this one off his resume. James Franco is getting his name added to the star-studded sidewalk in Hollywood, CA, alongside major stars like James Cameron, Marilyn Monroe, and Michael Jackson. “We are proud to honor actor James Franco with a star on the Walk of Fame,” Ana Martinez, producer of the Hollywood Walk of… More ▸

  • Steven Spielberg named 2013 Cannes Film Festival jury president

    He certainly was snubbed at the Oscars for missing the Best Director award, but perhaps this will serve as some sort of constellation prize: Jewish director Steven Spielberg has been tapped to lead the jury for the 2013 Cannes Film Festival this May in France. Spielberg called his selection an “honor and a privilege,” according to a statement… More ▸