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Drama 'Hostages' as well as comedies 'Bad Teacher' and 'Friends with Better Lives' are axed by the network to make room for new series, including the recently greenlit 'NCIS' spin-off.
The 'Sopranos' alumna plays the title character who works as a teacher only to find a rich guy to fall in love with.
The sitcom adapted from Cameron Diaz's 2011 hit comedy film is picked up for midseason.
CBS is developing a single-camera comedy show based on the 2011 movie, with Hilary Winston tapped to write the script.
Jake Kasdan has been tapped to replace Nicholas Stoller to direct the adult comedy movie, which also eyes Cameron Diaz to tackle the female lead part.
In addition to Diaz and her ex-boyfriend Timberlake, Lucy Punch, Weird Al Yankovic, Kirstie Alley and more walk the black carpet at the Ziegfeld Theater on Monday, June 20.
While Cameron Diaz and Phyllis Smith plan to watch Justin Timberlake's Period Five in the first clip, Lucy Punch introduces herself to Diaz in the second video.
Among the potential summer hits, there are some that rely on their comedic takes, including family movie 'Kung Fu Panda 2' and age-restricted film 'The Hangover Part II'.
Not including the F-words anymore, the green band trailer has fresh scenes in the opening and towards the end of it.
Diaz's Elizabeth is a foul-mouthed and ruthless teacher who starts rivalry with her colleague to win over a rich and handsome substitute teacher.
The poll result of the Coolest Man in the World by GQ magazine has been revealed and the son of late Princess Diana, tops the list, while the 'Twilight' hunk follows in the second place.
The actress is glad that her character will offend everyone and she does not have to feel any responsibility for her.