Photo credit: Splash News, Instagram, Twitter, MTV We feel like when it comes to the cast of Teen Mom, their legal troubles (and their naked videos) overshadow their relationships. And that is not ok. Farrah, Maci, Catelynn, and Amber, the original cast, actually have very interesting love lives, you guys! And that's where we come in. OK! News: How Much is Farrah Abraham Worth? Take a look back at all the girls' boyfriends, from when we first met them on 16 & Pregnant to today. And come back to OKMagazine.com tomorrow where we'll be doing the same timeline for the cast of Teen Mom 2! And that's where things really get interesting. Photos: Shows You Must Watch on TV This Summer Who's your all-time favorite Teen Mom couple? Did you forget about some of the guys in this gallery? Tweet us @OKMagazine or check out or Teen Mom Facebook page!
EXCLUSIVE: Mike Lobell, the veteran producer whose 14-years of persistence helped make the remake Gambit happen, is getting close on three other projects with strong elements. He has re-teamed with former partner, writer/director A Film By Alan Stuart Eisner, an ensemble comedy which so far has Project X‘s Oliver Cooper, Shirley MacLaine and Robin Williams attached, with Rob Reiner making a cameo. Lobell reports that the film has added Sienna Miller, Isla Fisher and Audra MacDonald. Eisner is a comedy dealing with a young man making a documentary to learn what happened to his family during WWII. He is out looking for financing. Gambit, by the way, ended up with Michael Hoffman directing a script by Joel and Ethan Coen. Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz and Alan Rickman star and CBS Films releases October 12. At the same time, Lobell is getting traction on This Man This Woman, the adult love story written by Frederic Raphael. The project has gotten a boost with the attachment of Richard Gere, who long ago sparked to a film which focuses on the trials and tribulations of a marriage. This was the picture that once nearly went into production with Meg Ryan and Sean Penn. Lobell and Gere ... Read More »
By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - A divided federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit against Electronic Arts Inc by a former Rutgers University star football quarterback, who accused it of using his image in a video game without permission. By a 2-1 vote, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said on Tuesday that Ryan Hart, who played for Rutgers from 2002 to 2005, may pursue allegations that EA misappropriated his likeness for its NCAA Football game, one of the nation's best-selling video games. ...
NEW YORK (AP) — For the past decade, the "American Idol" season finale has been one of television's biggest events of the year. Now it's not even TV's biggest event of the week.
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