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Two anticipated 2013 adaptations, and two new trailers to give us a sneak peek at each.
Let's start with "Admission," which is based on the novel of the same name from Jean Hanff Korelitz. Tina Fey stars as the protagonist, Princeton admissions counselor Portia Nathan.
Lindsay Lohan worked hard to get the part of Elizabeth Taylor in Lifetime's TV movie "Liz & Dick," and she's hoping that it'll pay off when it premieres on the network November 25.
She told "Good Morning America" Friday that she got the part by "harassing [producer] Larry Thompson."
"I had seen that they were going to be making the movie, and I got the producer's number," she said. "I didn't even care if my agents were going to do it or not, I just did it myself too."
Allison Williams' character on "Girls" comes across as a little elitist, but the actress herself is an admitted pop culture junkie from the low to the high.
“The shorter question is what am I not obsessed with pop culturally! There’s nothing I can’t talk about," Williams told CNN Thursday as she arrived at the 50th anniversary gala for PBS' flagship station, Thirteen.
Thursday night's episode of "Parks and Recreation" didn't waste any time in getting to the main event: Leslie and Ben were back in Washington, and he arranged a chance for her to meet her celebrity crush, Vice President Joe Biden.
Biden: "You must be Leslie ..."
Knope: "My name just came out of your mouth!"
Aaron Sorkin is taking Steve Jobs' campaign to "Think Different" to heart, and he's revealed an interesting story structure for his upcoming biopic of the late tech icon.
Speaking with the Editor-in-Chief of Newsweek and the Daily Beast, Tina Brown, Sorkin said that "this entire movie is going to be three scenes, and three scenes only, that all take place in real time."
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