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anniemain Annie Trailer: Quvenzhané Wallis Makes Her Adorable Return to the Big Screen

The sun has finally come out and spread itself all over this delightful little debut trailer for Annie, based on the musical (and 1982 movie) you fell in love with mere seconds upon exiting your mother’s womb. That’s about as long as it took for us to get all swept up in the story of an orphan who’s whisked away to live with a billionaire, and… Continue reading 'Annie' Trailer: Quvenzhané Wallis Makes Her Adorable Return to the Big Screen

No one said a relationship between two spies would be easy. On tonight’s Covert Affairs (USA, 9 p.m. ET), Annie (Piper Perabo) has a serious discussion with Auggie (Chris Gorham) about how she wants theirs to work. Watch the exclusive clip below, which also hints at a secret Auggie’s been keeping.

Cameron Diaz Joins Annie

diaz annie Cameron Diaz Joins AnnieCameron Diaz has signed on to join the cast of Will Gluck’s upcoming Annie, Deadline reports. She’ll play the head of Annie’s orphanage, Miss Hattigan, opposite Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx.

Based on a daily comic strip that debuted in 1924, “Little Orphan Annie” told the story of a little girl who, after escaping from an orphanage, is taken in by the rich Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks.

The comic… Continue reading Cameron Diaz Joins Annie

Oh, so you say the rumors that Justin Timberlake has been tapped to play Daddy Warbucks aren’t true, Sony? That’s OK, there are plenty of other musicians-turned-actors who would be perfect for the role.

In case you haven’t heard, yes, rumors are flying that Mr. Suit and Tie may star opposite Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”) as the iconic super-rich, musically-inclined adoptive father in the remake of… Continue reading Moviefone 5: Musicians/Actors Who Could Play Daddy Warbucks in the 'Annie' Reboot

‘Annie’ Cast: Where Are They Now?

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‘Annie’ turns 30 this week.

“The Movie of ‘Tomorrow,’” quipped the posters for the 1982 film version of “Annie.” As it turned out, the big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical, which premiered 30 years ago this week (on May 17, 1982), may indeed have been ahead of its time.

Inspired by the venerable comic strip about the adventures of