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Page starred in the 2005 movie Hard Candy, and gained praise for "one of the most complex, disturbing and haunting performances of the year".As the title-character star of Juno, Page garnered substantial praise; A. Scott of the New York Times noted her as being "frighteningly talented" and Roger Ebert said, "Has there been a better performance this year than Ellen Page's creation of Juno? Page was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Juno, but lost to Marion Cotillard in La Vie En Rose. For Ellen Page gets to grips with shirtless James Norton in a saucy scene from the first trailer for the forthcoming Flatliners remake.The dynamic duo play lovers and medical students who decide to get kicks by partaking in risky experiments to see what happens in the afterlife.Flatliners is just the latest in a long line of what can be politely described as Hollywood 're-imaginings.' This time it is a retread of the cult 1990 movie which starred Kiefer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, Julia Roberts and, in what was surely a coup for the film's casting director, thespian powerhouse William Baldwin.In that film they played medical medical students who, once again, experiment on near death experiences.Page next starred in Smart People, which premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and received a wide release on April 11, 2008. Page is also attached to star in Peter Stebbings' The Defender as well as Jack and Diane opposite Olivia Thirlby, with whom she co-starred in Juno.Page has roles in three films unreleased as of January 2008: An American Crime, which premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival; The Tracey Fragments, which is scheduled for a U. In 2008, Page will star in Michael Lander's Peacock, opposite Cillian Murphy, Susan Sarandon, Bill Pullman and Josh Lucas.
starring along side Juliette Lewis, Marcia Gay Harden, Drew Barrymore and Kristin Wiig.
One problem is that it beats the same dead horse that has already been adequately tortured on the internet for weeks as Diablo-mania morphed into Cody backlash (we get it, she makes up stupid catchphrases with the word "blog" in it).
I thought it was also a somewhat curious choice to cast Samberg as Cody.
This is, after all, the same dude who got promoted when his Lazy Sunday clip became a blog sensation.
Is making an ironic rap video about weed and cupcakes really morally superior to writing a memoir about a year spent as a stripper?