The new series is about "what happens when queen bee Cher disappears and her lifelong number two Dionne steps in."
Things you need to know that happened this week: ‘Clueless’ cast reunited after 24 years, and got nostalgic about Brittany Murphy. Jussie Smollett will not be prosecuted for allegedly falsely reporting a hate crime. Justin Bieber responded to a troll who claimed he married Hailey ‘to get back at’ Selena Gomez. Sophie Turner of ‘Game of Thrones’ opened up about her orientation, that she’s experimented with women: ‘I love a soul, not a gender.’ Nicholas Cage filed for annulment after 4 days of marriage. To read more, click the links below.
The internet can debate all it wants, but Paul Rudd is like, totally OK with the "Clueless" remake.
As if! “Clueless” is getting a remake. Paramount Pictures is developing a remake of its 1995 comedy with “Girls Trip” writer Tracy Oliver producing. Marquita Robinson, a story editor and writer on the Netflix comedy series “GLOW,” has been hired to write the script. “Clueless,” directed and written by Amy Heckerling, was set at a […]
Paul Rudd has heard about the internet's opinions that he hasn't aged in 20 years, and disagrees.
Audience at 'Clueless' screening gets a surprise as star Alicia Silverstone steps up to introduce the movie, with costar Breckin Meyer in the house
Even if she didn’t know how to pronounce “Haitians,” Cher (played by Alicia Silverstone) mounted a passionate argument for the U.S. accepting refugees in the 1995 comedy classic Clueless. Now, just in time for debate season, actors Bradley Cooper, Seth Rogen, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano offer their own dramatic interpretations of Cher’s speech. (Sadly, none of them chose to get into character by putting on a yellow plaid kilt.) Watch the video — part of W Magazine’s “Casting Call” series —above.
Imagine Clueless if Cher had been played by Angelina Jolie instead of Alicia Silverstone. You’d be justified in thinking “As if!,” but according to Jen Chaney’s new oral history of Clueless, Jolie auditioned for the role — as did Reese Witherspoon, Keri Russell, Tiffani Amber Thiessen, and Alicia Witt.
It’s National Play-Doh Day, everyone! The 9th annual celebration of creativity is adopting a cinematic theme this year. Since the mere mention of the soft modeling compound brings to mind childhood memories and the scent of opening a fresh canister, just imagine what would happen if that burst of nostalgia were combined with some of your favorite teen movies. Actually, never mind.