Deadline reports that a live-action movie based on the computer game “Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?” is in the works, and Jennifer Lopez may step into Carmen's globe-trotting shoes.
Sandra Bullock was once slated to don the big red hat on the big screen, but now that J. Lo’s signed on to produce, rumors are swirling that the diva will also take the lead as the elusive detective.
The plot will bring about a "cat-and-mouse" game between Carmen and her former ACME agency partner when it's suspected that Carmen has become "the world's greatest thief." The former partner takes on the role of the one who follows her clues to figure out her location. According to Deadline, they're aiming for a "National Treasure" meets "The Thomas Crown Affair" feel to the film.
In addition to the educational computer game, “Carmen Sandiego” also landed at PBS in the '90s as a geography-based game show for kids.
"American Idol" was a love fest for the judges last season, but Jennifer Lopez says this season things have gotten more heated.
People reports the singer told "Idol" host Ryan Seacrest on his radio show that she and fellow judges Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler have already butted heads.
"Me and Randy and Steve got into our first fight," she told Seacrest. "I got really, really upset." FULL POST
“American Idol” executive producer Nigel Lythgoe called into Ryan Seacrest’s radio show on Wednesday to talk about tonight’s “So You Think You Can Dance” finale.... and to drop an “Idol” bomb.
Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson will all be back behind the judges’ table for the show’s eleventh season.
The announcement came after Seacrest asked Lythgoe, “Do you want to go ahead and do the Jennifer announcement here, or are we still waiting?”
Following her split from husband Marc Anthony in July, Jennifer Lopez is opening up about the dissolution of her seven-year marriage.
The family she created with Anthony, including the couple’s twins Max and Emme, “was my biggest dream, and I really worked hard at it. We both did,” Lopez tells the September issue of Vanity Fair.
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“Sometimes it doesn’t work—and that’s sad,” she goes on. “But I remain an eternal optimist about love. I believe in love. It’s still my biggest dream.”
The show must go on.
That's the message from the production company behind "Q'Viva!," the new reality program from Jennifer Lopez and her estranged husband Marc Anthony.
Despite the recent announcement of their split XIX Entertainment released a statement to CNN confirming that "Q’Viva!" will still happen. FULL POST
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are splitting up after seven years of marriage.
"We have decided to end our marriage," the couple says in a statement. "This was a very difficult decision. We have come to amicable conclusion on all matters. It is a painful time for all involved and we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time."
Lopez, 41, and Anthony, 42, wed in 2004, according to People, and are the parents of 3-year-old twins Max and Emme.
The pair also have a reality show in the works, called "Q'Viva! The Chosen," which is described as "the ultimate live show celebrating Latin music, artistry and dance."
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