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Lindsay Lohan says she's 'pushing' for 'Mean Girls 2'
Lindsay Lohan says she's "pushing" hard to make Mean Girls 2 happen.

The 30-year-old actress revealed Thursday in a Facebook Live interview with CNN that she's already "written a treatment" for the potential sequel.

"I have been trying so hard to do a Mean Girls 2," Lohan said. "It is not in my hands. I know that [writer] Tina Fey, [producer] Lorne Michaels, all of Paramount, everyone's very busy. But I will keep forcing it and pushing it on them until we do it."

"I [personally] would love to! I would love to have, like, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jimmy Fallon in the movie. I've already written a treatment for it. So I just need a response," she added. "I know Mark Waters, who was the director, would happily come back."

The original Mean Girls opened in theaters in 2004 and has since developed a cult following. Lohan had previously expressed interest in and shared an idea for a sequel in an interview with Time Out London.

"I was with Tina Fey the other day and I said we should do another Mean Girls, like an older version where they're all housewives and they're all cheating. That would be really funny. I'll harass Tina to write it," she said in 2014.

Lohan, who played Cady Heron in Mean Girls, reunited with Jonathan Bennett, who portrayed Aaron Samuels, in October. The actress will next star in The Shadow Within with Charlotte Beckett.

Report: Halle Berry, Olivier Martinez reach custody agreement
Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez are one step closer to finalizing their divorce.

The 50-year-old American actress and French actor, also 50, have agreed on a custody arrangement for 3-year-old son Maceo, according to TMZ.

Berry and Martinez will share physical and legal custody of their son. The couple have yet to reach a property settlement, although a source said the pair's prenuptial agreement should help resolve any issues.

Berry and Martinez announced their split in October 2015 after more than two years of marriage. The couple said in a statement at the time that they would remain amicable and focused on their son.

"We move forward with love and respect for one another and the shared focus of what is best for our son," they said. "We wish each other nothing but happiness in life."

TMZ had reported in September that Berry and Martinez's divorce was close to being dismissed due to inactivity. E! News attributed the holdup to "continued discussions about money and Maceo."

Berry is also mom to 8-year-old daughter Nahla with ex-partner Gabriel Aubry. She will next star in the thriller Kidnap and is also slated for Kingsman: The Golden Circle with Taron Egerton and Kings with Daniel Craig.

"I am not a piece of meat that a man gets to utilize for his pleasure. I'm an adult human being in a relationship with a man who treats me with love and respect."
--Ariana Grande, clapping back at a fan who objectified her, on Twitter

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Which legendary rap group is suing Amazon, Walmart for copyright infringement?

Barbara Tarbuck, 'General Hospital' star dies at 74
Actress Barbara Tarbuck, known for her role in various TV shows and films, including General Hospital, has died at age 74, her family announced.

Her daughter, Jennifer Lane Connolly, a documentary producer, confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter. Tarbuck died Monday in her home in Los Angeles from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

Tarbuck was best known for portraying the mother of character Jax Jacks (Ingo Rademacher) on General Hospital in more than 40 episodes from 1996 until 2010.

More recently she starred opposite Jessica Lange as Mother Superior Claudia in five episodes of FX's American Horror Story: Asylum, the second season of the popular horror anthology series.

Other recurring roles include her time on NBC daytime serial Santa Barbara as nun Sister Allegra and as Dr. Randall on CBS soap opera Falcon Crest.

Over the years she also appeared in The Waltons, Dallas, Police Squad!, MASH, Cagney & Lacey, The Golden Girls, Judging Amy, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, Nip/Tuck, Mad Men, Dexter and Glee.

On the big screen, Tarbuck starred in Big Trouble, Curly Sue, The Tie That Binds and Walking Tall. Tarbuck also appeared on Broadway in Brighton Beach Memoirs and The Water Engine/Mr. Happiness. She wrote and starred in her own Los Angeles stage play titled Stopping By.

In addition to her daughter, Tarbuck is survived by her son-in-law, Samuel Chawinga, and two grandsons, Cianan and Cuinn Chawinga

Ashley Greene engaged to boyfriend Paul Khoury, shares proposal video
Ashley Greene has taken to social media to announce her engagement to boyfriend Paul Khoury.

"This is the most beautiful moment I could have ever hoped for," the Twilight star wrote on Instagram Thursday.

Her post featured a video showing Khoury asking for Greene's hand in marriage while they were visiting Bridal Veil Falls in New Zealand.

"You've successfully made me the happiest, luckiest woman alive. I can't wait to show you my unfaltering immeasurable love for the rest of our lives. #engaged #loveofmylife #futurehusband," she continued.

Greene also posted on the photo-sharing app a closer look at her engagement ring.

"I'm SO lucky and SO excited that I get to spend the rest of my life with my best friend but the ring doesn't hurt either. It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen," she wrote.

Greene, 29 and Khoury, 41, an Australian television personality, have been dating since 2013.

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Which legendary rap group is suing Amazon, Walmart for copyright infringement?

Run-DMC is suing Amazon, Walmart and several other online retailers for selling unlicensed products containing the legendary hip-hop group's logo, confusing fans and harming their business interests.

Lawyers representing Darryl "DMC" McDaniels filed a $50 million lawsuit Thursday in federal court alleging the retailers are "trading on the goodwill" of the band by selling unlicensed products to fans and implying the group has endorsed them.

Run-DMC are among the artists seen as the godfathers of rap, inspiring generations of future artists and helping the genre break through to the mainstream in the 1980s with massive tracks such as "It's Like That," "Run's House" and "My Adidas," and collaborating with Aerosmith on an updated version of their hit "Walk This Way."

As a result, their logo has become iconic, bringing in more than $100 million since the group started. Their association with Adidas, as a result of wearing the shoes constantly and writing a song about how much they liked them, led to a $1.6 million deal with the company to use the shoe logo with their own on some products.

Calling the number of infringing products "too numerous to properly list," the suit refers to shirts, glasses, hats and other products designed based on the Run-DMC brand.

In addition to Amazon and Walmart, the lawsuit includes smaller retailers such as, Vision World, SW Global and Infinity Fashion for selling the products. The lawsuit accuses the retailers of being business partners with Amazon and all benefiting from use of the stolen logo.

"The products sold by the Defendants confuse the public as to the source of the products and suggests that RUN-DMC endorses the products," lawyers write in the suit. "The defendants are trading on the goodwill of plaintiff."

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