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Adam Scott and Jon Daly face off in The Adult Swim Golf Classic

Fact: There is both a professional golfer and a professional actor named Adam Scott. Fact 2: There is both a professional golfer and professional actor named John Daly. (Okay, the actor actually spells his “Jon.”) To celebrate those strokes of coincidence, Adam Scott and Jon Daly have joined forces and are teeing off on this comedic concept with The Adult Swim Golf Classic (April 8, 11:30 p.m. ET/PT, Adult Swim).

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Kirsten Dunst, Michael Douglas, more to speak at MPTF 'Reel Stories, Real Lives' event

The Motion Picture & Television Fund is adding major star wattage to its fifth annual “Reel Stories, Real Lives” event, as the charitable organization announced Friday Matt Bomer, Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas, Kirsten Dunst, and Bryce Dallas Howard will take the stage as storytellers at the April 7 ceremony in Los Angeles. Cuba Gooding Jr. and Dennis Haysbert will also speak, while former Parks & Recreation star Adam Scott is set to host.

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Taylor Schilling, Adam Scott find 'parental bliss' in The Overnight trailer

A dinner party usually involves wine, food, small talk—but in The Overnight, Jason Schwartzman hosts a pizza party/family playdate that takes an unusual turn. By the time, Taylor Schilling says to her screen husband Adam Scott, “I think we’ve reached that point in the evening where we should leave before anything crazy happens,” it’s already too late.

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Casting Net: Jessie Usher cast in Independence Day 2

  • Jessie Usher (Survivor’s Remorse) has been cast in  Independence Day 2. Usher will play a central character, who is the son of Will Smith’s character from the original film. Roland Emmerich will be returning to direct. The film is set for release on June 24, 2016, almost exactly 20 years from when the first film was released.
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Critical Mass: Nothing but cold water for Hot Tub Time Machine 2

Five years after the hot tub bubbled up to the time-travel equivalent of 1.21 gigawatts, the folks behind Hot Tub Time Machine have dipped their feet back into the lukewarm water for a sequel. But not everyone dove back in: John Cusack, who starred in the original, opted to stay dry this time. In his place is Parks & Recreation’s Adam Scott, who plays Cusack’s character’s son—in what can only be explained by the physics behind a bubble-bath wormhole.  

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