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REAL LIFE RAMONA SHADES J.LO FOR 'HUSTLERS' ROLE: TMZ caught up with the woman inspired by Jennifer Lopez's role in Hustlers. Samantha Barbash revealed that a deal wasn't made with her before the movie was made. She said a Hustlers producer contacted her to see if she would sign her rights away -- and she claimed the offer was disrespectful. She also revealed that she is very unhappy that J.Lo never contacted her about playing her and she thinks it shows in the movie. (TMZ)

'PRINCESS BRIDE' STAR CARY ELWES RESPOND TO REMAKE RUMORS: Princess Bride star Cary Elwes has slammed rumors of a remake of the classic film. Sony Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra recently told Variety that "very famous people" want to redo the film. Elwes -- who starred as "Wesley" responded by paraphrasing one of his lines in the movie, "There's a shortage of perfect movies in this world. It would be a pity to damage this one." Jamie Lee Curtis also responded to the rumors, saying, "Oh really? Well, I married the six fingered man, obviously why we have stayed together for 35 years and there is only ONE The Princess Bride and it's William Goldman and @robreiner's. "Life is pain highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something!" Mia Farrow also tweeted, "Theres a rumor afoot that someone wants to remake ‘Princess Bride' which is a terrible idea. Its a perfect, much loved movie." (Huff Post)

'BREAKING BAD' FILM 'EL CAMINO' WILL FEATURE MYSTERY CAMEO: El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will feature a mystery cameo. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will feature 10 characters from the show,including one played by an undisclosed "key castmember" who used "a private jet to shuttle in and out of Albuquerque without notice." El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will debut on Netflix at 3 a.m. ET on October 11th and in theaters in 68 cities, before heading to AMC in early 2020. (Page Six)

MARK-PAUL GOSSELAAR SAYS NO ONE REACHED OUT TO HIM ABOUT 'SBTB' REBOOT: Mark-Paul Gosselaar has revealed that no one has reached out to him regarding the upcoming Saved By The Bell reboot that will air on NBCUniversal's new Peacock streaming service. Gosselaar told TMZ that as far as he knows, several of his other former costars havent been contacted yet either. He wishes those who are involved, including Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley and writer Tracey Wigfield, nothing but the best, and said that if producers want him back, he would join the reboot. (TMZ)

ISSA RAE TO REIMAGINE 'SET IT OFF': According to The Hollywood Reporter, Issa Rae isset to produce a film that reimagines the mid 90s classic Set It Off. Rae is producing the film alongside Montrel McKay through her company Issa Rae Productions. Syreeta Singleton and Nina Gloster are writing the script and Rae may also star in the new film. The original 1996 film told the story of four struggling friends who decided to rob banks. It starred Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Vivica A. Fox and Kimberly Elise and was directed by F. Gary Gray. (Huffington Post)