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  • 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 ▸

  • Lena Dunham would rather not look like a Victoria’s Secret model

    Even if Howard Stern did call her a “little fat chick,” HBO “Girls” writer/actress Lena Dunham wouldn’t have her body any other way. Speaking with Playboy for an interview in their April issue, the Jewish “voice of a generation,” posed naked behind a white Playboy shirt and she is much happier looking like an average… More ▸

  • Check out Aly Raisman’s first rehearsal on DWTS

    Sure, she can shred it on the beam, but just how hot is her salsa? Raisman has admitted her decision to join ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” will be “challenging,” admitting to TV Guide earlier this week she doesn’t have any dance experience. “I’ve only done gymnastics and all the stuff that I’ve been showing Mark that… 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 ▸

  • No, Jerry Springer is not running for Congress

    Past the political gridlock, don’t expect to see real-life drama in D.C. anytime soon. Former mayor of Cincinnati and talk-show host Jerry Springer confirmed he is not re-entering politics. His name has been brought up in recent years as a possible choice for a Democratic candidate for Congress or governor in Ohio, according to the Associated Press,… 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 ▸

  • Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne stand up for Israeli LGBT rights

    A-list celebs Joan Rivers and Kelly Osbourne have joined a campaign to help an Israeli gay couple have a child, posting photos of themselves holding a sign in Hebrew displaying their support. “A Wider Bridge,” an organization that builds a connection between the Israeli and U.S. LGBT community, first brought the story of Yuval and Liran,… More ▸

  • Mel Brooks is making a Broadway adaptation of “Blazing Saddles”

    Mel Brooks is en route to taking over Broadway. The Jewish funnyman revealed in an interview yesterday that a Broadway adaptation of his 1974 Western comedy, “Blazing Saddles,” is in the works. “Well ‘Blazing Saddles’ is almost there. I get the feeling that if I could find the time to write three or four more songs, it… More ▸