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‘The Craft: Legacy’ Review: Blah Blumhouse Reboot Is Everything the 1996 Camp Classic Rebelled Against

Nearly a quarter-century has gone by since cult horror classic “The Craft” tapped into a pre-Harry Potter fascination with witches, giving teenage audiences a sense of how empowering it might feel for four young women, persecuted by date-rapey D-bags and openly racist prom queens, to invoke a little black magic in their desire to get […]

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‘Mean Girls’ Honest Trailer: One of the Only Things from the Early 2000s We Should Be Nostalgic About

In 2004, Mean Girls joined the roster of generation-defining high school movies like The Breakfast Club and Clueless. Not only does it perfectly capture the teenage culture of the early 2000s, but it’s also hilariously clever for being adapted from a non-fiction parenting advice book. That’s largely thanks to writer Tina Fey, not to mention […]

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‘Clueless’ Reboot Centered on Dionne Heads to Peacock

Take note fans of plaid clothing: The upcoming “Clueless” reboot series has been picked up by Peacock, NBCUniversal’s recently-launched streaming service.Here’s the synopsis for the “Clueless” reboot, per NBCUniversal: A baby pink and bisexual blue-tinted, tiny sun-glasses wearing, oat milk latte and Adderall-fueled look at what happens when queen bee Cher disappears and her lifelong […]

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‘Clueless’ Director Amy Heckerling and Costumer Mona May Break Down the Film’s Iconic Outfits

After a quarter of a century, costume designer Mona May’s work on director Amy Heckerling’s 1995 classic teen movie, “Clueless,” remains iconic.“Everybody was into grunge fashion when we made this,” she recalls. “We were having to look to the future and bring it to the table. We were inventing pretty much everything.”As Clueless celebrates the […]

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Alicia Silverstone: ‘I probably behaved not as well as I could have’

Twenty-five years after she broke out in teen comedy Clueless, the actor and activist talks about the ups and downs of growing up in the spotlightIn Alicia Silverstone’s 1995 Rolling Stone profile, the writer Rich Cohen described the 18-year-old as “kittenish”, “the prettiest girl in town”, “dreamy-eyed”, having “the brand-new look of a still-wet painting” […]

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My favourite film aged 12: Mean Girls

Continuing our series in which writers revisit childhood movie passions, we revisit Tina Fey’s endlessly quotable teen comedy – or was it really a horror?• The best arts and entertainment during self-isolationThe thing about being a teenage girl and having a favourite film that’s also about teenage girls is that even if you’re very pretentious […]

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Film News Roundup: ‘Clueless’ Pop-Up Restaurant ‘As If!’ Coming to Hollywood

In today’s film news roundup, a “Clueless”-themed restaurant is coming, Dolly Parton’s literacy efforts are showcased in a movie and “The Artist’s Wife” gets release dates.‘Clueless’ RestaurantParamount Pictures is bringing back a slice of its iconic 1995 comedy “Clueless” with an “As If!” pop-up restaurant in West Hollywood starting on March 31.The studio is partnered […]

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‘Clueless’ Pop-Up Coming to Los Angeles to Celebrate the Film’s 25th Anniversary

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Clueless, writer/director Amy Heckerling‘s 1990s comedy classic starring Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, the late Brittany Murphy, and the immortal Paul Rudd. To celebrate, Paramount Pictures has announced a Clueless pop-up will be opening in Los Angeles for a limited engagement starting on March 31, 2020. Get […]The post […]

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