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Brittany Murphy’s Final Film Hits Theaters Four Years After Her Death

03/18/2014 at 05:30 PM EDT

Brittany Murphy's Last Film 'Something Wicked' Released 4 Years After Her Death

Brittany Murphy in Something Wicked

Courtesy Something Wicked

Brittany Murphy’s last film is finally seeing the light of day.

The actress’s swan song, an indie thriller titled Something Wicked, will be released in Eugene, Ore., on April 4. The movie’s debut comes four years after the actress, at the age of 32, died in December 2009 from pneumonia, anemia and multiple drug intoxication.

(Five months later, her husband, Simon Monjack, died suddenly under similar circumstances, with the cause of death officially ruled as acute pneumonia and severe anemia.)

Now, audiences can see Murphy in what producer Joe Colleran describes as a “psychological thriller about a young couple embarking on their honeymoon against their parents’ wishes. When the parents are tragically taken in an auto accident, gruesome secrets from the couple’s past come back to haunt them and ensure this couple does not live happily ever after.”

Murphy, says Colleran, “plays a psychiatrist who observes the couple’s deteriorating relationship and sets out to determine what sinister forces are driving the madness.”

After the movie opens in Eugene – where it was shot – it will expand to Portland and Seattle a week later. Producers eventually hope to roll the film out nationwide.

“I would describe Brittany’s performance as the most chilling performance of her career,” says Colleran.

Something Wicked also stars Shantel VanSanten (One Tree Hill), John Robinson (Lords of Dogtown), Julian Morris (Once Upon a Time), and James Patrick Stuart (Supernatural).

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Brittany Murphy, with husband Simon Monjack, on the set of Something Wicked

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The X Factor Reveals Its Four Semi-Finalists

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The X Factor

By Aaron Parsley

12/06/2012 at 09:20 PM EST

There were tears on The X Factor Thursday night.

With only four spots in next week’s semi-finals, the six acts who performed two songs each Wednesday night were a tense bunch. Especially after last week’s shocking elimination that sent home fan favorite Vino Alan.

A majority of readers picked Demi Lovato‘s only remaining contestant, CeCe Frey, as the singer who most deserved elimination. Was she able to make it through one more week? Keep reading for all the results …

CeCe Frey was the first to go.

“I’m proud of everything that I’ve done on this show,” she said. “I hope I’ve taught everyone at home that you need to love who you are, because the more you love who you are, the less you’re going to need anybody else to.”

Her coach tried to avoid tears but shed a few anyway. “I’ve grown so close to you,” Demi said. “And I’m just so proud of you.”

Three acts were then declare safe: Simon Cowell‘s boy band, Emblem3; Britney Spears‘s frontrunner, Carly Rose Sonenclar; and L.A. Reid’s country singer, Tate Stevens, also a frontrunner.

That left Team Britney’s Diamond White and Simon’s other group, Fifth Harmony, to sing for survival.

Fifth Harmony sang Mariah Carey‘s “Anytime You Need a Friend,” and Diamond sang Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance.”

As expected, Simon and Britney voted to send home each other’s acts. But it was the end of the road for Diamond, after L.A. and Demi both voted to send her home as well.

“I’m just thinking of Cher Lloyd right now,” she said of the “Want U Back” singer. “She came in fifth and look where she is.”

Here’s how the top four ranked:
1. Tate Stevens
2. Carly Rose Sonenclar
3. Emblem3
4. Fifth Harmony

Source: The X Factor Reveals Its Four Semi-Finalists

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Teen Mom Cast Set To Film Fourth & Final Season

Teen Mom Cast Set To Film Fourth & Final Season

Love em’ or hate em’, the Teen Mom faces of Maci Bookout, 20, Amber Portwood, 21, and 20-year-old Farrah Abraham will continue to grace our television screens for yet another season.

“They will continue to be a part of our MTV family, and we’re thankful to these brave young women for sharing their stories and helping to make a positive impact on teen pregnancy prevention,” the MTV network tells Us Weekly, confirming that the fourth season of the reality show will also be it’s last.

Although wrapping up the show may be bittersweet, the girls of Teen Mom feel that taking a step out of the limelight is going to be a positive thing.

“They’re relieved,” a source tells Us Weekly. “It helped all of them, being on the show, but they’re all ready to move onto other things without the cameras always around.”

Teen Mom‘s fourth and final season is expected to air later this summer, though no official premiere date has been announced. Teen Mom 2 starring Jenelle Evans, Chelsea Houska, Kailyn Lowry and Leah Messer, will continue to air on MTV.

Photos: MTV

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Hilary Duff: “Four Is No Joke”


Single mom Hilary Duff posted a photo of her sweet son Luca via Instagram Monday.

“But this kid tho ….❤️…..however four is no joke if any of you moms out there hear me! Lol,” the Younger star, 28, captioned the image of her preschooler who just turned 4.

Last month, the Lizzie McGuire alum and her ex-husband, former NHL star Mike Comrie, celebrated their son’s birthday together.

“We are so proud of this boy!” the actress-singer captioned the family photo.

Although they split two years ago, the Sparks singer and the former hocker star, 35, just finalized their divorce on Jan. 28.

But this kid tho ….❤️…..however four is no joke if any of you moms out there hear me! Lol

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