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15 Celebs You Never Noticed in Your Favorite ’90s Movies

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No one’s born a star, unless you’re Blue Ivy or North West. Most people in the entertainment industry had to hustle to get to the top, and take thankless, odd roles decades ago that now look like weird smudges on their otherwise pristine resumes. Which is why it’s not uncommon to recognize some of your favorite A-list actors now schlepping through the ’90s in cameos here and there.
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Amy Adams Gets Booted from ‘Today,’ Kim Dickens To Star in ‘Walking Dead’ Spinoff + More of Today’s First Dibs


Amy AdamsToday interview gets scrapped after actress doesn’t want to discuss the Sony leaks, Gone Girl star Kim Dickens will be the female lead in The Walking Dead spinoff, Kris and Kendall Jenner have mother-daughter time on set for their Love magazine shoot, and more in today’s First Dibs.

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15 Years Later: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Drop Dead Gorgeous


The year was 1999 and by the summer, teen films were all the rage. The year kicked off with two unexpected box office successes, Varsity Blues and She’s All That, before studios started pumping out hit after hit. In the same year, Drop Dead Gorgeous, a dark comedy about teenage girls competing in a local Minnesota beauty pageant, bombed at the box office. Unable to capture the same excitement as American Pie or 10 Things I Hate About You, the film quickly disappeared from theaters after earning a dismal $10.5 million at the box office.

It was only later, when released on DVD and VHS, did the movie become a cult classic. Similarly to Jawbreaker, which also came out in 1999, Drop Dead Gorgeous proved to be a pivotal film — introducing audiences to Amy Adams, making use of the mockumentary style — even if it was overlooked at the time.

On the 15th anniversary of the theatrical release, we talk to cast members, including Allison Janney, Denise Richards, and Mindy Sterling, who all shared tidbits from the set.

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Free Spirits: The Best Cleavage Styles Of The ’70s Are Making A Comeback Today

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Let’s not mince words here. American Hustle, more than anything, was a foray into the many and varied ways into which Amy Adams‘ cleavage could be exposed. From spangly dresses with plunging necklines to the more humble wrap around dress, Adams’ greatest assets were consistently and brazenly on display. Not that anyone is complaining.

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