Among the cast arrivals at the New York premiere of 'Annie' held at the Ziegfeld Theater were child actors Amanda Troya, Zoe Margaret Colletti, Nicolette Pierini and Eden Duncan-Smith, alongside Rose Byrne, Dorian Missick with his wife Simone Cook, the dog who plays Sandy and her trainer William Berloni.
Simone Cook and Dorian Missick - Simone Cook, Dorian Missick Los Angeles, California, United States BET Networks' 'Real Husbands of Hollywood' and 'Second Generation Wayans' held at the Regal Cinemas L.A. Live Tuesday 8th January 2013
Start watching Mama's Boy and you still won't understand. Yes, the premise is tired -- kid won't leave home even at 29; mom meets a new guy who moves in and wreaks havoc on kid's cushy lifestyle -- and even though we already had a Grandma's Boy a year earlier, Mama's Boy starts out funny enough to merit a few chuckles and hands off the fast-forward button.
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- The title. How to Lose Your Lover, retitled (barely) from the original 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, is far too reminiscent of 10 Thngs I Hate About You and the appallingly bad How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. This film doesn't actually resemble either of those movies, but its too familiar a title to make people run to the cineplex.
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But Two Weeks Notice has appeal beyond being a Sandra Bullock vehicle or a standard romantic comedy. Although Bullock does have her routine primped and polished, Two Weeks Notice benefits from more: a snappy, likable script by writer/director Marc Lawrence (writer of Forces of Nature and Miss Congeniality) and a witty, near-flawless performance by Hugh Grant.
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