she’s all that


Doesn’t it feel just like yesterday when we were curious what he did last summer 😉 It’s kinda shocking that Freddie Prinze, Jr. turns 40 today, March 8. Where did all the years go?

After supporting roles on To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday and The House of Yes, Freddie became a teen heartthrob after the one-two punch of I Know What You Did Last Summer and She’s All That. Sadly, his ‘It Boy’ status waned with subsequent under-performing films including Wing Commander, Summer Catch, Down To You and a personal guilty pleasure of mine, Head Over Heels. He somewhat rebounded with Scooby-Doo but unfortunately the sequel erased any momentum he had.

After his film career stalled, he tried his hand on television. He fronted his own sitcom, Freddie, which only lasted a season. He had memorable appearances on Friends, 24 and Witches of East End.

Lately, Prinze Jr. has mostly done voiceover work for animated films and television shows. Later this summer, he’ll release a cook book which features recipes paying homage to his New Mexican roots and Puerto Rican heritage.

Check out several pictures below of Freddie over the years. He’s quite the silver fox these days. Happy Birthday Mr. Sarah Michelle Gellar!!!

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During the teen flick boom in the late 90s, She’s All That was one of the standouts. The comedy based on My Fair Lady and Pygmalion grossed more than $100 million worldwide and propelled its leading lady, Rachael Leigh Cooke, to stardom. The film also starred the likes of Freddie Prinze Jr., Usher, Gabrielle Union, Clea Duvall, Anna Paquin, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe and the late Paul Walker.

According to The Wrap, Miramax is developing a remake but with a twist. It’ll follow the main premise of the film but with diverse leads in mind.

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When one mentions the name M. Night Shyamalan, suspenseful movies like The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable (love that movie) and The Signs come to mind. Lately though, Shyamalan’s name has been more synonymous with box office bombs than anything else. The Happening didn’t happen and The Last Airbender never took off. His latest, After Earth, didn’t exactly sell out theaters this weekend. Definitely another disappointing failure for a guy who was once crowned, “the next Hitchcock.”

With all that said, the last thing you’d associate with the 42-year-old director is a cheesy, yet beloved, teen flick. Prior to his breakout film, most knew he worked on the Stuart Little screenplay, but not until a recent interview did anyone know of his work on a teen rom-com. Check out his interview below and find out which film after that. People have come to expect a certain something from an M. Night Shyamalan movie, so do you find yourself picking projects that are going to manage what has become this idea of you as a brand?

Shyamalan: “I guess I would say that I manage it in the sense that I try to make it more accurate. For example, you’re saying the audience’s relationship started with me with The Sixth Sense. That same year I wrote Stuart Little. That combination is pretty accurate. The breadth of that and my interest in that, the family-oriented nature of that story — somewhere between there is where a lot of my movies fall, but if you don’t take that side of it into account, it’s probably more limiting than what my tastes are.

By the way, I ghost-wrote a movie that same year that would even add to the breadth of it all, but I don’t know if I want to tell you which movie I ghost-wrote.”

find out which film after the jump

Holy ’90s blast-from-the-past mashup, Batman! She’s All That star Rachel Leigh Cook joins Saved By The Bell hottie, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Growing Pains legend, Tracey Gold in a hilarious new Funny or Die video tackling the crimes of the craft world and the black market world of In the intro to the video, the site is explained as follows: “To many, it’s the website that women all over America turn to when their poetry careers don’t take off. But beneath it’s crafty veneer lies a teaming, unregulated black market and one person rules it all with an iron fist.”

In the following video, we learn that Etsy is run by a maniacal queen named Ellie Harper (Rachel Leigh Cook). After Maggie Chester (Tracey Gold) is attacked by the Queen of Etsy, FBI Agent Michael Peck (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) investigates. Harper is one woman that you don’t want to mess with. If you’ve seen Savages, she’s essentially Elena, which was Salma Hayek’s character (minus the accent and the drugs).

Watch the ‘Queen Of Etsy‘ video below to see if they’re able to take down the

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