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    FORMER 'TRUE BLOOD' STARS JOIN 'UNDERGROUND': Two former True Blood actors have signed on for WGN's Underground. Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Christopher Meloni have been cast in the show that follows a group of slaves trying to escape to a plantation in Georgia and travel to freedom 600 miles away. Jurnee will be playing a house slave named Rosalee and Christopher will play a secret mercenary named August. It is expected to premiere in 2016.

    LAURA DERN TO APPEAR ON 'THE MINDY PROJECT': Wild actress Laura Dern will be appearing on an upcoming episode of The Mindy Project. Her role has not yet been revealed. Laura joins a long list of big names to appear on the Fox sitcom this season including Kris Jenner, Laverne Cox, Vanessa Williams, and more.

    LACEY CHABERT RETURNING TO TV: Former Party of Five star Lacey Chabert is returning to TV. She will be co-starring with comedian Fortune Feimster and Parker Young in the ABC sitcom Family Fortune. The show is being produced by Matt Hubbard, Tina Fey, and Robert Carlock. Lacey will be playing the wife of Parker's character.

    MOVIE ADAPTATION OF 'ADVENTURE TIME' IN THE WORKS: Popular Cartoon Network series Adventure Time is heading to the big screen. Warner Bros. has hired Chris McKay and Roy Lee to develop the project. Adventure Time revolves around a 12-year-old boy named Finn and his dog who are on a quest to protect their home, the Land of Ooo.

    'LOST' STAR TERRY O'QUINN LANDS NEW PILOT: Lost's Terry O'Quinn has landed the male lead role in a new ABC pilot called The Adversaries. The show tells the story of the patriarch of a legal dynasty in New York who must rely on his federal prosecutor daughter to help him out of a scandalous lawsuit. Terry will play Charlie -- the head of the Fisher, Fisher and Herrero law firm.


    Lupita Nyong'o's stolen Oscar dress was returned to her because the thief allegedly found out it was worthless. The unidentified culprit told

    TMZ that he stole the Calvin Klein gown, reported to be worth between $150,000 to $10 million, but returned it by leaving it in a garment bag inside of a garbage bag in the hotel bathroom after getting it appraised. The thief claims he got away with the crime by dropping the dress from the balcony of the hotel room and having his friend pick it up.

    • The thief removed two of the 6,000 pearls from the dress which is how they found out it was a fake. A source close to CK designer Francisco Costa told the website, "Did anyone ever say they were real from Calvin Klein? I always assumed everyone knew they were fake, but I guess not. Do they really make dresses out of real jewels since Cleopatra died?"
    • Lupita told Women's Wear Daily, "I'm happy that it has been potentially recovered. It's a timeless and priceless piece of art."
    • A rep for the clothing brand said in a statement, "All of us at Calvin Klein are thrilled to know that the dress has potentially been located. This was an amazing collaboration between the brand and Lupita and the dress looked truly exquisite on her. Once it's returned to us, we will be able to have the dress restored and archived, as it now represents an important moment for the brand."


    After two weeks on top, moviegoers appear to have moved on from Fifty Shades of Grey. Will Smith's Focus debuted in first place at the weekend box office after taking in $19.1 million. By comparison, the film took in a bit less than his 2006 drama, The Pursuit of Happyness, but more than 2008's Seven Pounds.

    • Fifty Shades fell down into fourth place while Kingsman: The Secret Service and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water held onto their momentum in second and third.
    • The week's other new release, The Lazarus Effect, debuted in fifth place.
    • Julianne Moore's Oscar win last week helped Still Alice break into the top 10. It landed in ninth place with $2.69 million -- nearly two months after its initial release.
    • Jupiter Ascending, The Imitation Game, and Paddington all fell out of the top 10.


    1. Focus, $19.1M
    2. Kingsman: The Secret Service, $11.75M
    3. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, $11.2M
    4. Fifty Shades Of Grey, $10.9M
    5. The Lazarus Effect, $10.6M
    6. McFarland USA, $7.79M
    7. American Sniper, $7.7M
    8. The Duff, $7.15M
    9. Still Alice, $2.69M
    10. Hot Tub Time Machine 2, $2.4M


    Dakota Johnson's debut as host of Saturday Night Live over the weekend has sparked a bit of controversy. Viewers of the show have expressed outrage over a sketch where Dakota goes off to join the terrorist group ISIS.

    The skit was a parody of the Toyota commercial showing a father dropping his daughter to enter the army. The joke was that instead of the army, Dakota's character is joining ISIS. It also included cast member Kyle Mooney saying the line, "Death to America." The bit ends with the slogan, "ISIS: We'll take it from here, Dad."


    #DakotaJohnson has convinced me that she's nothing but gutter trash, especially after the #ISIS #SNL skit. #Disgusted

    — Ashley (@truebeachbabe) March 1, 2015

    Not funny-Not cute. I've watched SNL since the 70s and they missed the mark with an ISIS skit. Who thinks this crap up? #SNL #DakotaJohnson

    — Pam Davis-Silverman (@Schatze325) March 1, 2015

    Just watched the #SNL skit with #DakotaJohnson. She leaves to join #ISIS instead of college. #EXTREMEPOORTASTE Some things aren't funny!

    — Bonnie T (@CalVegasbontobi) March 1, 2015

    #SNL skit with #DakotaJohnson joining ISIS is sickening..... Shame on #DakotaJohnson and #SNL!!!!

    — Diana Hardesty (@DianaHardesty_) March 1, 2015

    How was that idea ever approved? @nbcsnl #isis #DakotaJohnson #snl #seriouslywrong

    — Olivia Marie (@itslivmarie) March 1, 2015


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