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Selena Gomez steps in for Miley Cyrus on 'Hotel Transylvania'


You can now begin envisioning the girl to the right with Selena Gomez’s voice. EW has confirmed that the 19-year-old singer will take over the part that Miley Cyrus had originally been slotted to play in Sony Picture Animation’s upcoming 3-D family film Hotel Transylvania. Gomez will voice Mavis, the teenage daughter of vampire hotelier Dracula (Adam Sandler).

Despite Cyrus’s departure for as-yet-undisclosed reasons, Genndy Tartakovsky’s film — costarring Andy Samberg, Cee Lo Green, and Kevin James — is still scheduled to check in to theaters on Sept. 21, 2012.

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Miley Cyrus departing 'Hotel Transylvania'


Looks like the accommodations at Hotel Transylvania may not have been up to snuff for Miley Cyrus. A rep for Sony Pictures has confirmed to EW that the singer is no longer set to voice Mavis, the daughter of Dracula (Adam Sandler), in the Sony Picture Animation production. The studio had no comment on why Cyrus was leaving the film, and Cyrus’ rep did not immediately return a request seeking comment. (E! Online first reported the departure.) READ FULL STORY

'LOL' trailer: Watch Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore play mother-daughter duo

When it comes to teenagers, timing is everything. Those fickle, unbearable, and downright terrifying beings live an ever-changing world of trends and mood swings that you’d better be able to keep up with unless you want to them to take you out of their Top 8 on MySpace.

So it was questionable how the long-in-the-works Miley Cyrus teen dramedy LOL (that’s Laughing Out Loud for the laymen, or lame, man) would fare considering its been in the works since 2010, which is so 2008, which is so two-thousand and late. Or something. Judging from the international trailer for the flick, which is remake of the French film Laughing Out Loud, teens actually haven’t changed that much over the past few years in that they’re still spouting inane nonsense (“If he kisses you on the lips, it means he’s cool being your boyfriend,”  “I feel so real with him,” “It’s so good to love someone so much it hurts”), they’re still upsetting their mothers with bad behavior and report cards (Mom here is played here by Demi Moore, who has dealt with her share of unruly youths before) and Miley is still getting in trouble for her questionable partying habits. Check out the full clip below: READ FULL STORY

Miley Cyrus to voice Adam Sandler's daughter in 'Hotel Transylvania' -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

Dracula, meet your daughter, Miley Cyrus. EW can report exclusively that the multi-hyphenate is joining the all-star cast of Sony Picture Animation’s Hotel Transylvania as the über-vamp’s teenage daughter Mavis. Adam Sandler is voicing the famous blood-sucker, who builds the titular resort for all manner of monsters (and their families) as a way of keeping Mavis from venturing out into the real world. Things get tricky after a regular guy (voiced by Andy Samberg) ends up at the hotel.

Check out an exclusive first look at Cyrus’ character below: READ FULL STORY

Jeremy Piven, Mike O'Malley set for Miley Cyrus movie

Jeremy Piven (Entourage) and Mike O’Malley (Glee) have joined the cast of the Miley Cyrus action comedy, So Undercover. Piven will play a special agent and O’Malley will play Cyrus’ father; Cyrus stars as a private investigator who goes undercover in a sorority. [Variety]

Let's bring back the concert film! And who would you like to see in one?

Lady-Gaga-Concert_lI read something in EW this week that genuinely shocked me. Next to my review of Michael Jackson’s This Is It, there’s a box of the five top-grossing concert films — and according to that list, the second most successful concert film of all time is Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009). The reason for my shock is not that I dislike the Jonas brothers (I thought their movie was charming in a prefab, featherweight way), but because, at the time, Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience was rightfully considered a mild commercial disappointment. It marked the beginning of their slow slide from top-of-the-world boy band to big-but-not-quite-as-big teenybop limbo. How could this movie have ranked so high?

To see how, take a look at the full list:

1. Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert (2008) $65.3 million

2. Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009) $19.2 million

3. Madonna: Truth or Dare (1991) $15 million

4. U2 3D (2008) $10.2 million

5. U2: Rattle and Hum (1988) $8.6 million

Hmmm, let’s tally this up: Two movies with currently-in-vogue squeaky-clean teen idols, a Madonna documentary from 20 years ago, a U2 doc from 20 years ago — and U2 again, this time from last year. I don’t begrudge any of these artists their big-screen success, but doesn’t this list strike you as just a little thin in terms of how well it represents…the pop-music universe of the last two decades? READ FULL STORY

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