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    First Look: Diablo Cody's Directorial Debut 'Paradise,' Starring Julianne Hough

    Diablo Cody's directorial debut "Paradise" (previously titled "Lamb of God") hits theaters October 18. The first eight images from the film, which stars Julianne Hough as a deeply religious woman who is also a burn victim, have been released. Check them out below, plus a still of Cody on set.

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    First Images Of Julianne Hough, Octavia Spencer & Russell Brand In Diablo Cody's Directorial Debut 'Paradise'

    Though you might think the directorial debut from an Oscar winning screenwriter might be surrounded by a bit more hoopla, things have been relatively quiet around "Paradise" (formerly known as "Lamb Of God") from Diablo Cody. Shot last year, things seem to have been kept on the down-low...until now....

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    So Diablo Cody Might Be Getting Her Own Talk Show

    Ever since the rise of Conan O'Brien two decades ago, you no longer have to be a stand-up if you want to be a talk show host. O'Brien was a writer, a behind-the-scenes type, and yet proved personable enough in front of the camera to land a plum late-night position. Nowadays, while most talk show hos...

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    TBS is Developing a Talk Show With Diablo Cody

    TBS is better known for its talk shows than its scripted programming, with the network's flagship series remaining Conan O'Brien's late night perch "Conan," where he landed after the NBC "Tonight Show" debacle of 2010. And he'll be getting some company.

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    Weekend Recap: TWC Acquires Vampire Franchise, Hathaway Wants More Musicals, Diablo Cody Talks Stripping Double Standard

    Check out our weekend Hollywood breaking news wrap on what you need to know: stories about Martin Scorsese, Robert Redford, Roman Coppola's love affair with Woody Allen, Diablo Cody on the gender double standard on stripping, Netflix's House of Cards, Anne Hathaway and Melissa McCarthy's future plan...

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    Athena Co-Chair Diablo Cody Helps Kicks Off The Athena Film Festival Tonight

    As we here at Women and Hollywood gear up for the Athena Film Festival starting tonight at Barnard College, we are so excited and thankful for the press that has been circulating about the festival. Co-chair of this year’s festival, Diablo Cody, has been speaking about the festival in a bevy o...

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    Link Roundup: TV Edition- November 2012

    There has been a ton of women centric TV news, some of which we haven't had the chance to cover. Here's a round up of some recent women in TV news.

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    Diablo Cody Sells 'Alex + Amy' Sitcom To ABC; 'Boy Meets World' Sequel Series In The Works With Original Cast

    A couple of small-screen updates, with some news from someone who has already had success on TV, and the return of a sitcom that was a favorite of a certain genration.

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    Diablo Cody Sells Gen X Meets Millennial Comedy Script 'Alex + Amy' to ABC

    "Juno" writer Diablo Cody, whose first foray into television "United States of Tara" ran for three seasons on Showtime, has a new small screen project in the works. Entertainment Weekly reports that Cody just sold a comedy pilot script to ABC.

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    Julianne Hough To Star In Pre-'Juno' Diablo Cody Penned 'Time And A Half'

    “Juno” may have been the film that announced Diablo Cody as a screenwriter to be reckoned with, but by then she’d already penned a bunch of scripts that she believed would probably never see the light of day. One of those scripts, “Time and a Half,” a Gen X inspired sat...

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