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From Owen Wilson to Jason Biggs, Woody Allen’s been on a decade-long search for the new nebbish. So, it was only a matter of time before he landed on New York-born Jesse Eisenberg. The 28-year-old actor broke onto the scene by playing the neurotic problem child in Noah Baumbach’s “The Squid and the Whale,” and imbues even his lighter roles — “Adventureland” and “30 Minutes or Less”

AMC Is Working on a Goodfellas Adaptation

Whoa, whoa, whoa, Hold the phone. Hold the presses. Hold everything. Deadline reports that AMC is developing a series based on Martin Scorsese’s 1990 classic, Goodfellas. Now, before you drop your garlic-shaving razor on the cellblock floor and scream, “Sacrilege!,” know this: The show would come from Nicholas Pileggi, who wrote the original Goodfellas screenplay as well as the book on which it was based. So there’s some original DNA… Continue reading AMC Is Working on a Goodfellas Adaptation

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By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter

Despite having gone from the bright lights of Hollywood to sweeping the floor of a Long Island hair salon, Hairspray star Nikki Blonsky says she is content with her latest career move.

“It’s true Im workin@ Superstar Salon as a makeup artist & more Im proud 2 b workin & helpin pay bills BUT ill NEVER loose sight of my dreams,” tweeted… Continue reading Hairspray Star Nikki Blonsky Is 'Proud To Be Working' In A Salon

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By radio detection and ranging Staff

From Hairspray to a hair salon!

Nikki Blonsky isn’t complaining about how tough it is for her to make a living in Hollywood these days.  Instead, the Hairspray star has gotten her cosmetology license and is working at a salon in Long Island, where she does everything from apply make-up to sweeping the floor, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

PHOTOS:  Nikki Blonsky Hard At Work… Continue reading 'Hairspray' Star Nikki Blonksy Working In A Hair Salon To Pay The Bills

The guy who wrote ‘Love Actually’ and ‘Notting Hill’ might not be the first person who jumps to mind when thinking about ‘War Horse,’ but it’s hard to imagine the touching new Steven Spielberg film working without Richard Curtis. After all, Curtis — and fellow credited ‘War Horse’ screenwriter Lee Hall — had one of the toughest jobs on the new film, an adaptation of Michael… Continue reading Richard Curtis on 'War Horse,' Working With Steven Spielberg and the Prescience of 'Love Actually'