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The Jodi Arias trial isn’t even over, but Lifetime is already planning a film about it.

Accused of murdering ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander by shooting him, stabbing him 29 times and slitting his throat, Arias has claimed self-defense.

Jodi Arias Court Photo

Filled with explosive testimony, it's a case that has gripped the nation as Jodi Arias, 32, faces possible death by lethal injection if found guilty of first-degree murder.

Not surprisingly, the network renowned for ripped from the headlines movies is planning to cash in on the trial, which is still underway in Arizona.

Arias follows in the Lifetime footsteps of the Craigslist Killer, Casey Anthony, Drew Peterson, Clark Rockefeller and other celebrity crime figures.

Who do you think should play Jodi Arias in the movie? Any ideas?

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Kristen Stewart tells the Chicago Sun-Times that she was inspired to play "wild, sexy girl" Marylou in On The Road, despite pushing her own boundaries.

Kristen Stewart in a Red Dress

The actress says her sex scenes were "necessary," that Marylou was surprisingly self-aware, and that in the end, "human beings are just animals.”

“It’s about fiercely living and squeezing every single drop out of life and not denying any aspects of it,” she said, calling the sex scenes "non-gratuitous."

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Clearly, a lot of big Hollywood names will be gunning for roles in Star Wars Episode VII. But some are more excited than others.

Total Films compiled a video of interviews with some big stars talking about J.J. Abrams and whether or not they'd accept an offer to be a part of Episode VII. There's Mila Kunis, Nicholas Hoult, Rachel Weisz, Joss Whedon, Eli Roth, Mark Wahlberg, and tons more.

You may be surprised to hear who is less excited about the idea of being part of a timeless franchise. Check out the video to see for yourself:

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What happens after happily ever after in Disney movies? This awesome viral video answers that question, and let's just say it ain't pretty for Ariel & Co.

Jon Cozart's “After Ever After” tells the tragic tales of Disney heroines such as Jasmine, Belle, and Pocahontas after the credits roll - and in four-part harmony.

Take a look below, and be sure to cover your kids' ears:

Long story short, Ariel is worried about the BP oil spill, Jasmine’s beau may be at Guantanamo, Belle is accused of bestiality, and Pocahontas is out for blood.

Probably better that Disney didn't make those sequels.

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Yes, yes, we're all squealing with anticipation over who will play Four in the upcoming adaptation of the YA novel Divergent.

Will it be Magic Mike's Alex Pettyfer? Will it be X-Men: First Class' Lucas Till? Or maybe Lost's Jorge Garcia? (Can you find the made up casting rumor?)

Well, you'll just have to calm down and wait for that one. In the meantime, we do have a bit of casting news: Jai Courtney has been tabbed to play Eric.

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Wow. That was quick.

And pretty darn cool.

Less than 11 hours after creator Rob Thomas and star Kristen Bell asked fans to donate to Kickstarter in order to fund a Veronica Mars movie, the project has reached its 30-day goal of $2 million... in under 11 hours!

Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars

"My mind is blown," Thomas tells EW of the results. "I’ve been fantasizing about this taking big and had to tell myself, ‘Stop it, Rob, you’re being silly. You’re setting yourself up for disappointment.'

"And now today has exceeded the wildest pipe dream I let myself entertain. Holy cow. We better make a good movie. These amazing fans have stepped up. We better deliver."

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Iran is filing a lawsuit against Argo, and while director Ben Affleck was snubbed for Best Director at the Academy Awards, hopefully he can at least win this.

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The state-run press is apparently going after internationally-renowned lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre. The suit claims the film presented an Iraniphobic portrayal of the historical conflict.

The film was admittedly pro-America, which is a tad surprising considering Affleck's liberal activism and general anti-war disposition.

But, come on, if you're gonna sue the guy for a movie, let's start with Gigli.

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It's been a dream of Veronica Mars fans since this UPN series went off the air in 2007.

And now it may come true, as early as THIS SUMMER!

Veronica Mars Cast Pic

Star Kristen Bell and creator Rob Thomas have announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign in order to finance Veronica Mars: The Movie. They hope to raise $2 million in 30 days.

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Looks like Universal Pictures and the producers of that Fifty Shades of Grey adult film spoof have settled their legal differences out of court.

50 Shades of Grey Trilogy Covers

Universal and Fifty Shades Ltd., EL James' company filed a lawsuit against Smash Pictures, the makers of Fifty Shades of Grey: a XXX Adaptation.

The producers claimed 50 Shades was in the public domain, while Universal alleged a "willful attempt to capitalize on the reputation of the book."

"The first XXX Adaptation is not a parody ... it does not comment on, criticize, or ridicule the originals. It is a rip-off, plain and simple," the suit read.

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