The Carrie Diaries developer/executive producer Amy B. Harris and 30 Rock executive producer John Riggi are developing a new programme loosely inspired by the 2005 feature film, according to Deadline.com.
The multi-camera comedy will be a follow-up to the big screen version, and the film's producers Chris Bender and J.C. Spink will also serve as executive producers with Harris and Riggi.
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Kayla Finley, 27, was taken into custody last week (ends14Feb14) for failure to return a video rental to Dalton Video.
She held onto the rental for over nine years, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The movie legend admits she has become hooked on TV talent show American Idol because she loves to see what looks judge Lopez adopts for the show.
Fonda tells Entertainment Weekly magazine, "I like looking at Jennifer Lopez."
And the actress admits her former co-star is well aware she has a crush on her: "In one scene (in Monster-in-Law) we were sitting across from each other at a table and I said, 'I just have to tell you something: It's like looking a perfect piece of Mayan sculpture.'
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Sheri Gilbert of North Carolina claims the film was similar to a script she wrote in 1998 about her struggles with her mother-in-law - and she's accused producers of the Hollywood hit of stealing her work.
According to the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Raleigh, Gilbert and her husband Willie are seeking a share of the near $155 million (£112.9 million) the comedy made worldwide.
An attorney representing movie studio Warner Bros. and 33 other defendants, including Lopez and Fonda, has dismissed claims the similarities are more than just a coincidence, and is requesting that the lawsuit be dismissed, reports The News & Observer of Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Actor Michael Vartan is confident his former Monster-In-Law co-star Jennifer Lopez will take to motherhood with ease - because she is already a very maternal person.
The Alias star insists the mother-to-be will be a great parent - and has her Puerto Rican roots to credit for her loving nature.
He tells New York gossip column PageSix, "I think she'll be a wonderful mom.
"I think Latin women have the key - very emotional, very nurturing. You always hear about big Latin families and how close-knit they are."
Lopez and her husband Marc Anthony are reportedly expecting twins in the next few weeks.
Members of animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are planning to disrupt Jennifer Lopez's fragrance launch tomorrow (20JAN07) in protest against her use of fur.
A promotional event is being held for the star's latest perfume, Glow After Dark, at MACy's department store in Downey, California.
According to E Online, PETA plans to cause a stink by planting a member among the crowd of young women vying to be named a "Glow Girl" and hoping to win an appearance on Lopez's online project, the Glow After Dark Show. It is not clear if Lopez herself will actually be attending the event.
PETA has frequently targeted the WAITING FOR TONIGHT singer for wearing fur and using it in her clothing line.
Lopez was spotted wearing a furry frock at Prince's Golden Globe Awards after-party on Monday night (15JAN07).
A representative for PETA claims the group has alternative plans in case their faux Glow Girl is discovered, saying, "If her cover is blown, you can be sure that PETA has something else up its sleeve.
"It's all part of PETA's relentless campaign to campaign to convince the Monster-In-Law star to stop flaunting pelts."
And the double Oscar-winner, who hadn't acted in a movie since co-starring with Robert De Niro in 1990's Stanley And Iris, won't be deterred from similar projects because she needs the money for her charity commitments.
She says, "I've been ridiculed for doing Monster-In-Law, but I knew I would have a good time doing it.
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Website FilmThreat.com placed Cruise in the number one spot of their Frigid 50: The Coldest People In Hollywood 2005, because of the media storm surrounding his relationship with Holmes and his public speeches concerning his Scientology religion.
The website states, "Steven Spielberg's latest summer blockbuster (War of the Worlds) was overshadowed by Tom's publicly flaunted love life with Katie Holmes and his Scientologist fuelled rantings and ravings that eventually led to a public war of words with Brooke Shields when he slammed the actress on ACCESS HOLLYWOOD for her use of Paxil and psychiatric therapy to battle post-partum depression."
Continue reading: Cruise - 'Coldest' In Hollywood Poll
The Antipodean film-maker, 31, was terrified of meeting 67-year-old Fonda, but he thought her reaction to his age was hilarious.
He recalls, "I remember sitting in the restaurant waiting for Jane Fonda.
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Actress Jane Fonda is keen to dispel rumours she is living the life of a millionairess, insisting she gives a lot of her movie and book paycheques to charity.
The 67-year-old OSCAR-winner recently returned to the big screen in romantic comedy Monster-In-Law, and gave 50 per cent of her salary to her favourite cause.
When asked by NEW YORK POST journalist Liz Smith, if she was financially secure, Fonda says, "I'm OK, but I work to endow my organisations in Georgia.
Continue reading: Fonda Donated Monster-In-Law Salary To Troubled Teens