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Battle of the Bonnies

Faye-Dunaway-Photograph When Faye Dunaway first heard teen pop star Hilary Duff was set to play Bonnie Parker in a planned remake of the 1967 classic Bonnie and Clyde, her initial reaction was "Couldn't they at least cast a real actress?"


Now Duff is fighting back, telling eonline.com that she thought Dunaway's comment was "a little unnecessary, but I might be mad if I looked like that now, too."

A word of caution to Duff: Don't start a fight you can't finish. And I'm pretty sure you'd lose this one.



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Faye Dunaway's comment was completely spot on. And Duff can go to hell. Dunaway has EARNED the right to tell a puffball popstar exactly what she is: Talentless.

I say we get Christian Bale on the phone and ask him to comment on all this! I bet his F-bombs will scare Duff away from wanting to be in the film. Maybe even scare the studio developing this idiotic idea into canning it. I mean really, how can you POSSIBLY improve Bonnie and Clyde? This is one of those remakes garaunteed to be shit right out of the gate. An it's garaunteed not to get a single dime of my money.

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