The Mix-Up: Julianne Moore’s next project, Trailer for House at the End of the Street and more…

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Julianne Moore Joins Joseph Gordon-Levitt Film
After her successful TV movie, Game Change, where she portrayed Sarah Palin, Julianne Moore has her next project. Julianne has begun negotiations to join Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut. Joseph will play a modern-day Casanova who is trying to become a better man. Julianne will play his “unlikely mentor” and Scarlett Johansson will also have a role in the movie. Sounds ah-mah-zing already!


Quddus To Host Duets
Former TRL host Quddus is set to host ABC’s musical competition reality show, Duets. Trying to follow the formula with The Voice, as it has Carson Daly from TRL as well, Duets will feature Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Nettles, Lionel Richie and Robin Thicke traveling across America looking for singers to be their duet partners. Quddus told Deadline, “This show is going to take the singing competition genre to the next level and I’m absolutely honored to be a part of it.” Duets will premiere this summer on ABC.


Luck Can’t Catch a Break
Recently-cancelled HBO series, Luck, wanted to submit it for Emmy consideration under the “mini-series” category since its whole run would only be nine episodes long. However, since it was originally planned to be an ongoing series and it wasn’t self-contained, the Emmy organizers have rejected the idea and HBO will have to submit the series under the regular drama category. The reason it works for American Horror Story is that every season will be self-contained, and the storylines introduced at the beginning of the season were all closed out by the finale, qualifying it for the mini-series category.

House at the End of the Street Trailer
Before starring in this year’s biggest movie so far (The Hunger Games), Jennifer Lawrence was in the thriller House at the End of the Street. Jennifer’s character and her mom move into a house where a double murder happened and strange things start happening. The movie was supposed to open in April but has been pushed back to September 21. Take a look at the trailer…


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