Leslie Mann (athlete)
Leslie Mann was an American college football player, professional baseball player. He played outfield in the Major Leagues from 1913 to 1928, he played for the Boston Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, he was the head basketball coach at Rice Institute Indiana Springfield College. He compiled a career record of 43–30 in five seasons as a head basketball coach. Born in Lincoln, Mann attended the Y. M. C. A. College in Springfield, Massachusetts, he played both football and basketball at Springfield and was regarded as "one of the best football players the training school had." Mann became a professional baseball player. From 1913 to 1928, he played for the Boston Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, he was a member of the 1914 "Miracle" Braves team that went from last place to first place in two months, becoming the first team to win a pennant after being in last place on the Fourth of July. The team went on to defeat Connie Mack's favored Philadelphia Athletics in the 1914 World Series.
Mann had an RBI single off Babe Ruth in Game 4 of the 1918 World Series. Mann worked for many years as a college football and basketball coach. From 1914 to 1916, he was a basketball coach at Amherst College. In 1919, he became a coach at Rice Institute in Houston. In February 1922, Mann was hired as an assistant football coach at Indiana, he coached the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team during the 1922–23 and 1923–24 seasons. Starting in 1924, Mann was hired as the head basketball coach and assistant football coach at Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. After retiring as a player and coach, Mann became an advocate for baseball as an international sport, he founded the U. S. A. Baseball Congress, organized a 20-game tour of Japan in 1935. Through his efforts, baseball was selected as a demonstration sport in the 1936 Summer Olympics played in Berlin; the United States team was scheduled to play a Japanese team, but the Japanese withdrew. The American team was separated into two squads.
The "World Champions" lineup beat the "U. S. Olympics" lineup by a score of 6–5 before a crowd of 90,000 people on August 12, 1936. Mann went on to found the International Baseball Federation, which organized an international championship in England in 1938; the English team, composed of Canadian college players, won 4 out of 5 games against an amateur American team. He organized subsequent championships in Cuba in 1939 and Puerto Rico in 1941. World War II brought Mann's efforts to an end. Mann arranged a 33-game tour of South Africa and Rhodesia between November 1955 and February 1956, he died in California. 1,498 Games 1,332 Hits 677 Runs 44 Home runs 503 RBIs.282 Batting average.332 On-base percentage.398 Slugging percentage List of Major League Baseball career triples leaders List of Major League Baseball annual triples leaders Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Baseball-Reference Leslie Mann at College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com Leslie Mann at Find a Grave
The 40-Year-Old Virgin
The 40-Year-Old Virgin is a 2005 American sex comedy film directed by Judd Apatow, who co-wrote the screenplay with Steve Carell. The film stars Carell as the titular 40-year-old virgin Andy Stitzer, a stock supervisor at an electronics store and a toy hobbyist whose friends resolve to help him lose his virginity. Catherine Keener and Paul Rudd star, it was the directorial debut of Apatow. The screenplay features a great deal of improvised dialogue; the film was released theatrically in North America on August 19, 2005. It grossed $177 million worldwide. Andy Stitzer is a 40-year-old virgin who lives alone, his apartment filled with his collection of action figures and video games. At a poker game with his co-workers David, Cal and Jay, when conversation turns to past sexual exploits, they learn that Andy is still a virgin, resolve to help him lose his virginity; the men give Andy various and sometimes contradictory pieces of advice, both on his appearance and how to interact with women. Cal advises Andy to "ask questions", which he practices on bookstore clerk Beth, who becomes intrigued by him.
David gives Andy his porn collection, encouraging him to masturbate. Mooj stresses to Andy the importance of love in a relationship. Andy begins to form friendships with his co-workers. David, after running into his ex-girlfriend Amy, has an emotional breakdown at work. Store manager Paula promotes Andy to fill in for him. Jay attempts to quicken the process by tricking Andy into meeting a prostitute; when Andy discovers the hooker is a male transvestite, he insists that his friends stop trying to help him. Andy lands a date with a woman he met on the sales floor. During Andy and Trish's first date, as they are about to have sex, they are interrupted by Trish's teenage daughter Marla. Trish suggests that they postpone having sex, Andy enthusiastically agrees. Andy's friends begin to encounter the consequences of their lifestyles. David, obsessed with Amy, takes a vow of celibacy. Jay, who boasted of his promiscuity, gets into an argument with a customer after his girlfriend breaks up with him over his infidelity.
Jay concedes to Andy. Andy and Trish's relationship grows. Trish encourages Andy's dream of starting a business, suggesting they fund it by selling his collectibles. Andy takes Marla to a group session at a sexual health clinic. Andy, trying to defend her against derision, admits that he is a virgin but is disbelieved and ridiculed. Marla says that she knows Andy is a virgin, but agrees to let him tell Trish himself. On the couple's twentieth date, the limit they agreed for their abstinence, Andy is still resistant, which upsets Trish. Trish demands he explain his reticence, Andy accuses her of trying to change him against his will, he leaves for a nightclub where he meets his friends, gets drunk and praises them for encouraging him to have sex. Andy runs into Beth and they soon leave for her apartment. Marla convinces Trish to make up with Andy. By this time, Andy is having second thoughts, his friends encourage him to go back to Trish. Andy returns to his apartment, he attempts to apologize, but Trish, having found various suspicious items in his apartment, is now afraid that Andy may be some sort of sexual deviant.
Andy tries to defend himself and declares his love for her. Andy chases after her on his bike, but flies through the side of a truck. Trish rushes to his side, Andy confides that he is a virgin as explanation for his behavior. Trish is surprised but relieved, they kiss. Andy and Trish are married in a lavish ceremony with everyone in attendance, with a sidelong mention that Andy's action figures sold for over half a million dollars. Afterwards, they consummate the marriage, the aftermath of which transitions into a musical scene where the characters sing and dance to "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In". Production on the film was nearly halted by Universal Pictures after five days of filming due to concerns that the physical appearance of Carell's character resembled that of a serial killer. Production was started on January 17, 2005, wrapped on April 1, 2005; the production used over a million feet of film, a milestone reached on the last day of filming and recognized with free champagne by Technicolor.
Using the conversion of 90 feet of film per minute, this means that the shooting ratio for the film is 96:1 for the theatrical. On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 85% based on 184 reviews, with an average rating of 7.19/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Steve Carell's first star turn scores big with a tender treatment of its titular underdog, using raunchy but realistically funny comedy to connect with adult audiences." On Metacritic, the film has a score of 73 out of 100 based on 35 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A–" on an A+ to F scale. Rotten Tomatoes declared it the "Best Reviewed Comedy of 2005."Ebert and Roeper gave the film a "two thumbs up" rating. Roger Ebert said, "I was surprised by how funny, how sweet, how wise the movie is" and "the more you think about it, the better The 40-Year-Old Virgin gets." The pair gave minor criticisms, with Ebert describing "the way she empathizes with Andy" as "almost too sweet to be funny" and Richard Roeper saying that the film was too long, at times frustrating.
Roeper chose the film
Stealing Harvard is a 2002 American criminal comedy film directed by Bruce McCulloch and written by Martin Hynes and Peter Tolan, about a man who resorts to crime to pay for his niece's Harvard tuition. The film stars Jason Lee and Tom Green with Leslie Mann, Dennis Farina, Richard Jenkins, John C. McGinley, Tammy Blanchard, Megan Mullally. John Plummer is engaged to Elaine Warner, intends to use his life savings of $30,000 to put a down payment on a house, he works for Mr. Warner, who dislikes John. John's niece Noreen, daughter of sister Patty, is accepted to Harvard University, but needs an additional $30,000 on top of her grants and scholarships. Noreen shows John an old videotape. John now has a moral and financial dilemma – disappoint his fiancée or disappoint his niece and ruin her chance at escaping poverty. John confides in a landscaper, he convinces John to steal from one of his rich clients, who keeps large amounts of cash in an unlocked safe. The pair set off to steal the cash, but Duff runs away when lights come on in the home, leaving John to get caught by Emmett Cook.
Cook forces John to cross-dress and role-play the part of Cook's late wife as the two men lie in bed and "spoon". After taking an incriminating photograph of John, Cook releases him; as he is leaving, Mr. Warner rides by and takes note of John's panicked behavior, believing that he has caught John in an affair. Further capers ensue as John and Duff try to rob a liquor store and attempt to con a drug lord out of $30,000 by concocting a phony story about running an ecstasy ring. A police detective is on to John and Duff, but never has enough evidence to pin any of the crimes on them. Meanwhile, Mr. Warner breaks into Cook's residence in order to get evidence against John, once Cook catches him, he is forced to "spoon" as well. Before leaving, Warner finds the photo of John from the album, which he gives to Elaine. John is forced to confess everything to Elaine, not upset and admires the lengths he was willing to go to in order to please her and send his niece to Harvard. Elaine confides in John that her father keeps a great deal of money at his business, that it would be easy for them to steal it.
John and Duff set out to rob the business in the night. Mr. Warner had hid his dog Rex inside the vault. Rex latches on to Duff’s crotch, oddly, enjoys it so much that he doesn’t let go. Just as John and Elaine find the money, Mr. Warner tries to attack them but he is caught by the detective who mistakes him for a burglar. While Duff is relentlessly pursued by Rex and Elaine escape to Duff's van; the police arrive and the gang unsuccessfully tries to get away. They are all facing a series of charges. John feels doomed, until the judge in charge of his arraignment turns out to be the gun-toting Emmett Cook. Upon their mutual recognition, John flashes a written message to Cook, threatening to expose the judge's fetish. Duff comes through as best he can and gives John his life savings, $1,000, which John bets on a long-shot horse which wins and which paid 30 to 1. John and Elaine are married, Noreen goes off to college, and, in the final scene, John is left to ponder how Duff could accumulate $1,000 – the last scene shows Duff offering to "spoon" with Cook for $1,000.
Jason Lee as John Plummer Tom Green as Walter "Duff" Duffy Leslie Mann as Elaine Warner Dennis Farina as Mr. Warner Richard Jenkins as Honorable Judge Emmett Cook John C. McGinley as Detective Charles Tammy Blanchard as Noreen Plummer Megan Mullally as Patty Plummer Zeus as Rex the Dog Chris Penn as David Loach Seymour Cassel as Uncle Jack Ken Magee as Butcher Martin Starr as Liquor Store Kid Mary Gillis as Duff's mother Bruce McCulloch as Fidio the Lawyer Stealing Harvard received negative reviews from critics, it holds a 9% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 103 reviews with the consensus: "There are some laughs in Stealing Harvard, but they are few and far between, Tom Green's antics grow old fast." Released September 13, 2002 the film grossed US$14,036,406 at the U. S. box office. For his performance in the film, Green was nominated for Worst Supporting Actor in the 2002 Golden Raspberry Awards. Stealing Harvard on IMDb Stealing Harvard at Box Office Mojo Stealing Harvard at Rotten Tomatoes Stealing Harvard at Metacritic
The Other Woman (2014 film)
The Other Woman is a 2014 American comedy film directed by Nick Cassavetes and written by Melissa Stack. The film stars Leslie Mann and Kate Upton. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Nicki Minaj and Taylor Kinney appear in supporting roles; the film follows three women—Carly and Amber —who are all romantically involved with the same man, Mark. After finding out about each other, the trio take revenge on Mark. Development of The Other Woman began in January 2012, when 20th Century Fox hired Stack to write the script, based on the original idea from 1996 comedy The First Wives Club. Casting was done between November 2012 and June 2013. Filming began on April 29, 2013, in locations including Manhattan, Long Island, The Hamptons, Dockers Waterside Restaurant on Dune Road in Quogue, The Bahamas, it concluded on August 27 that year. Aaron Zigman composed the score and LBI Productions produced the film; the film was released on April 25, 2014, in the United States, distributed worldwide by 20th Century Fox. It has a 24% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes, which said it "settles for cheap laughs".
The film was number one at the box office during its opening weekend and grossed over $196 million worldwide against a budget of $40 million. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on July 29, 2014, earned more than $13 million in home media sales. Carly Whitten, a New York attorney, has started a relationship with Mark King, a man she's been having sex with for eight weeks. Carly, planning to introduce Mark to her father, Frank, is upset that Mark has to go out of town on account of a flood at his Connecticut home, missing their dinner. However, she decides to go to his house to seduce him instead, she is horrified to meet Mark's wife, whom she'd assumed to be Mark's housekeeper. While hostile, both of the women befriend each other. Kate discovers that he is still seeing another woman, who she thinks is Carly secretly continuing her previous relationship with Mark. After another fight, they discover together. Carly and Kate follow Mark and travel to The Hamptons, where they stay at the house of Kate’s brother, Phil.
The duo spies on Mark and find him with his mistress, Amber on the beach, when Mark leaves for the gym the two women inform her that Mark has been cheating on all of them. All three women decide to take revenge on him together. Kate spikes his smoothies with estrogen pills to swell his nipples. Carly spikes his water with a laxative to cause him to defecate heavy diarrhea. Amber uses an ugly drag queen sexual partner against him. In the course of carrying out the women's vicious pranks, they discover that Mark has been embezzling money from various startup companies that his workplace helps develop. Meanwhile, Carly begins to feel a bond with Phil; the women’s camaraderie begins to fall apart when Kate finds herself still in love with Mark after sleeping with him again. Carly exposes Mark's fraud before texting him, upsetting Amber. Mark goes to the Bahamas on a supposed business trip, Kate decides to follow and expose him; when she arrives she is surprised to find Carly and Amber at the airport, who explain that Mark has been using Kate as the owner of the companies he defrauded from, which would—were his fraud to be discovered—result in Kate and Mark going to prison.
Kate finds out that Mark has been seeing yet another woman, someone he has met on this trip. This, the possibility of her facing prison, motivates her to take action, with the help of Carly's legal expertise. In addition, Amber confides to Carly; when Mark returns from vacation, he visits Carly at her office. He is locked in a conference room by her assistant and friend, is stunned to see all three women sitting in there together, they proceed to confront him with his infidelities and embezzlement. With Carly as her attorney, Kate presents a list of their assets, she reveals how she, as a CEO, has returned all of Mark's embezzled money to the companies he had robbed from, which saves both of them from prison time but leaves him bankrupt, much to his shock and hysterical outrage. Mark's business partner, Nick arrives and acknowledges Kate’s work while firing him; the three women all applaud each other, fuming. With his furious anger and rush to leave, he smashes into an empty glass room, which drastically cuts himself and rips his clothes.
Afterwards, he actually finds his car being towed away before receiving a departing punch in the face from Frank. In the film's epilogue, Kate takes over Mark's previous job with Nick and is a CEO of several successful companies, making big profits under her honest leadership. Carly and Phil fall in love, the couple are expecting a child. Amber and Frank are traveling the world together. Cameron Diaz as Carly Whitten, an attorney who finds out that her boyfriend Mark is married and has another girlfriend. Leslie Mann as Kate King, a housewife who discovers that her husband Mark is cheating on her with two women. Kate Upton as Amber, an Amazon swimsuit supermodel, Mark's second girlfriend. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau as Mark King, a wealthy businessman, cheating on his wife Kate and two girlfriends Carly and Amber, at the same time. Taylor Kinney as Phil Hampton, Kate's brother who becomes romantically involved with Carly. Nicki Minaj as Lydia, Carly's confidante of an assistant. Don Johnson as Frank Whitten, Carly
Perfume (2001 film)
Perfume is a 2001 American film directed by Michael Rymer and featuring an ensemble cast, starring Estella Warren, Jeff Goldblum, Mariel Hemingway. Prior to a major fashion show, the people involved find themselves embroiled in their own personal battles. Lorenzo Mancini is a famous Slavic designer. With this knowledge, he attempts to make amends with his former wife and his lover Guido. In addition, he uses his time to try his best to convince his son Mario to merge their family business with the hippity-hop fashion industry. Listed alphabetically: Independent Spirit Awards Nominated—Producers Award: Nadia Leonelli Perfume on IMDb Perfume at Rotten Tomatoes Perfume at AllMovie
Freaks and Geeks
Freaks and Geeks is an American teen comedy-drama television series created by Paul Feig and executive-produced by Judd Apatow that aired on NBC during the 1999–2000 television season. The show follows gifted high schooler Lindsay Weir, who befriends a gang of slacker "freaks", her younger brother Sam, as he and his geek friends navigate high school. Eighteen episodes were completed. A fan campaign persuaded NBC to broadcast three of the remaining episodes in July 2000, with the rest of the unaired episodes airing that fall on Fox Family Channel; the series has appeared in numerous lists of the greatest television shows of all time, including lists by Time, Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide. It launched several careers of its young actors, such as James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Linda Cardellini into successful acting careers. Teenage Lindsay Weir and her younger brother Sam attend William McKinley High School during the 1980–1981 school year; the show is set in the town of a fictional suburb of Detroit.
Lindsay's friends constitute the title's "freaks" — Daniel Desario, Ken Miller, Nick Andopolis, Kim Kelly. The Weir parents and Jean, are featured in every episode. Millie Kentner, Lindsay's nerdy and religious former best friend, is a recurring character, as is Cindy Sanders, the popular cheerleader on whom Sam has a crush. Lindsay finds herself attempting to transform her life as an academically proficient student, star "mathlete", young girl into a rebellious teenager who hangs out with troubled slackers, her relationships with her new friends, the friction they cause with her parents and with her own self-image, form one central strand of the show. The other follows Sam and his group of geeky friends as they navigate a different part of the social universe and try to fit in. Linda Cardellini as Lindsay Weir John Francis Daley as Sam Weir James Franco as Daniel Desario Samm Levine as Neal Schweiber Seth Rogen as Ken Miller Jason Segel as Nick Andopolis Martin Starr as Bill Haverchuck Becky Ann Baker as Jean Weir Joe Flaherty as Harold Weir Busy Philipps as Kim Kelly Guest stars included: Samaire Armstrong, Alexandra Breckenridge, Jack Conley, Kevin Corrigan, Allen Covert, Matt Czuchry, Alexander Gould, Steve Higgins, Rashida Jones, Bianca Kajlich, David Koechner, David Krumholtz, Shia LaBeouf, Leslie Mann, Ben Stiller, Jason Schwartzman.
The show's producers were resistant to stunt casting. For example, they resisted the network's suggestion that they have Britney Spears appear as a waitress in one episode. Several of the screenwriters appeared on the show. Mike White played Kim Kelly's oft-discussed injured brother, first appeared in episode 4, "Kim Kelly is My Friend." Paul Feig, Gabe Sachs, series composer Michael Andrews appear uncredited as members of the fictional band Dimension in "I'm With the Band." The script for the pilot episode of Freaks and Geeks was written by Paul Feig as a spec script. Feig gave the script to producer Judd Apatow, who sold it to DreamWorks, where Apatow was under an overall deal. DreamWorks sold it to NBC. Before the script was shot, Feig wrote a second episode at the behest of Apatow, he showed this second script to Apatow and pilot director Jake Kasdan, they suggested that he combine the two episodes to form a stronger pilot. Notable additions include the introduction of Kim Kelly and Lindsay's recollection of her grandmother's death.
Feig wrote a final draft after a read-through with the cast, this time incorporating a first meeting between Lindsay and the freaks. The show ran for 18 episodes, three of which – "Kim Kelly Is My Friend", "Dead Dogs and Gym Teachers", "Noshing and Moshing"– were unaired by NBC and not seen until Fox Family ran the show in 2000; the final three episodes premiered at the Museum of Television and Radio, prior to being broadcast on television. The list below is ordered by the chronology of the storyline. * ^ Initial airing occurred on Fox Family. In a 2012 interview with Vanity Fair, Paul Feig detailed what would have happened to the characters in a second season: Lindsay would become a human rights lawyer, years after following the Grateful Dead. Sam would have joined the drama club. Neal would cope with his parents' divorce by joining a swing choir in school. Bill would join the basketball team, leading to tension with the geeks. Daniel would end up in jail. Kim would become pregnant on tour while following the Grateful Dead.
Nick would be pressured by his strict father to join the Army. On April 6, 2004, a six-DVD Freaks and Geeks box set was released through Shout! Factory and Sony BMG Music Entertainment. A limited "yearbook edition" set including two additional discs was available through the official website for the show. Fans who had signed an online petition to get the show on DVD got priority in purchasing the special set. On November 25, 2008, the deluxe "Yearbook Edition" boxed set was re-released through Vivendi Entertainment. Th
The Bling Ring
The Bling Ring is a 2013 satirical crime film written and produced by Sofia Coppola. It features an ensemble cast, led by Katie Chang, Israel Broussard, Emma Watson, Taissa Farmiga, Claire Julien, it is based on the 2010 Vanity Fair article "The Suspects Wore Louboutins" by Nancy Jo Sales, which dealt with a real-life gang known as the Bling Ring. The story follows a group of fame-obsessed teenagers who use the internet to track celebrities' whereabouts in order to rob their homes; the film is an international co-production by producers in the United States, the United Kingdom, France and Japan. Coppola began a developing a screenplay based on the real-life burglaries in December 2011. Casting took place in early 2012, before principal photography began in March that same year in Los Angeles, California; the Bling Ring had its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival on May 16, 2013. The film was theatrically released in limited theaters on June 14, 2013 by A24, before opening in a wide release on June 21.
The film received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics, with many praising the cast and Coppola's "stylish" direction. However, others criticized the film for its "shallow" and morally ambiguous approach towards the subject matter; the Bling Ring represents the final work of cinematographer Harris Savides, who died of brain cancer while the film was in post-production. The film is dedicated to him. Quiet teenager Marc Hall arrives as a new student at Indian Hills High School in Agoura Hills, California, he is befriended by fame-obsessed Rebecca Ahn. While at a party at Rebecca's house, the pair check unlocked vehicles on the street, taking valuables such as cash and credit cards; when Marc mentions that one of his wealthy acquaintances is out of town, Rebecca persuades him to join her in breaking into his house. Rebecca steals a handbag, mentioning that Lindsay Lohan, has the same one, she steals cash and the keys to a Porsche, which the pair use to flee the scene. With the cash, the two go on a shopping spree, affording themselves the luxury lifestyle they admire in magazines.
Marc visits a nightclub with Rebecca and her friends Nicki Moore, Nicki's adoptive sister Sam, Chloe Tainer, where they rub shoulders with celebrities such as Kirsten Dunst and Paris Hilton. While researching Hilton on the Internet and Rebecca realize that she will be out of town; the pair go to her house, finding the key under the doormat, they go through Hilton's belongings, taking some jewelry. Rebecca flaunts a stolen bracelet to Nicki and Chloe at a party. At Nicki's request and Marc take her and Chloe back to Hilton's house; the group marvels at the excess of Hilton's lifestyle, steals shoes, dresses and jewelry. Marc and Rebecca return to rob Hilton's house on a third occasion; the pair decides to rob the home of Audrina Patridge, once again using the Internet to determine when she will not be home. The entire group uses the same method to burgle the home of Megan Fox, with Nicki's younger sister Emily squeezing through a pet door to gain access to the home; the group enters his girlfriend, Miranda Kerr.
The girls proceed to steal similar items, while Marc finds a case filled with seven of Bloom's Rolex watches along with a roll of cash. Chloe helps Marc sell the watches to her friend, a night club manager named Ricky; the group returns once again to Hilton's house, with Sam's boyfriend Rob, who steals from the home. A news report releases captured CCTV footage from the robbery at Patridge's home; this concerns Marc, but Rebecca is undeterred and instigates a burglary at the home of Rachel Bilson. Word spreads amongst the group's social circles, the girls boast of their accomplishments at parties posting photographs of the stolen items on social media sites; the group breaks into Lohan's house and robs it. Shortly after, Rebecca moves to Las Vegas with her father due to troubles at home, leaving some of her stolen items with Marc, who inadvertently helps Rebecca transfer stolen items across state lines. News reports of the Hollywood Hills burglaries intensify, with the media labeling the group "The Bling Ring".
CCTV from several robberies in addition to the evidence on social media allows authorities to identify the group. Police arrest Marc, Chloe, Rebecca and Ricky, but Sam is not identified in the footage and avoids arrest. Marc cooperates with the police, informing them on the details of the burglaries, much to the chagrin of Rebecca, identified as the ringleader. A Vanity Fair journalist interviews Marc, remorseful, Nicki, who vehemently suggests the others were at fault, that she was involved with the wrong people. Rebecca denies being at fault and tries to pass the blame for all of this to Marc and her other friends; the group is prosecuted, receiving varying amounts of jail time and is ordered to collectively pay millions of dollars in restitution for the stolen items. The group serves their jail time, Marc and Rebecca each go into seclusion and never see or speak to each other again, both of them steadfastly blaming each other for the robberies. In the final scene, set a few months Nicki is on a talk show talking about her time in jail, reveals that her cell was next to Lohan’s.
After digressing, she turns to the audience as she finds a way to enhance her newfound notoriety, telling them to visit her now-popular website detailing her life after "The Bling Ring". CameosParis Hilton as herself Kirsten Dunst as herself Brett Goodkin as himself In December 2011, it was reported that Sofia Coppola was developing a screenplay for a film based on The Bling R