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‘Mean Girls’ star Daniel Franzese met Danny DeVito after famous movie line

Danny DeVito is also a fan of his work. “Mean Girls” star Daniel Franzese, who famously name-dropped the actor in the hit teen movie, reveals he once got to meet DeVito. “I got to meet him on a dance floor at a party,” the 44-year-old actor exclusively tells Page Six, adding that the encounter happened years ago during photographer Amanda Demme’s birthday party at The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel in Los Angeles. Franzese tells us he boldly walked up to the Emmy winner and informed him that he was “the guy [in ‘Mean Girls’] who says, ‘[Oh my God,] Danny DeVito, I love your...
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Danny DeVito Wasted No Time In Letting The Supreme Court Know How He Felt About The ‘Roe v Wade’ Overturning

As you’re no doubt aware by now, the Supreme Court’s majority has decided to roll the U.S. back several decades on abortion access. That is to say, it’s about to become extremely difficult for millions of women to access the medical procedure, should they choose to do so. And it’s pretty wild that this was made possible by Trump-appointed justices when Trump himself has flip-flopped on the issue for decades. At this point, though, there’s little to do but react as the states feel their way through this issue.
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Danny DeVito tried to bite people while playing the Penguin

It’s the 30th Anniversary of Batman Returns, and director Tim Burton has been giving interviews to commemorate the occasion. In one of his most recent ones, with Empire Magazine, Burton explained that Danny DeVito got a little too into the character of Oswald Cobblepot, better known as villain The Penguin.
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Danny DeVito has the perfect response to US Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade

Comedian Danny DeVito had the perfect response to the US Supreme Court overturning the landmark Roe v Wade decision on Friday (24 June).On Friday afternoon, the It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia actor took to his Twitter to share this simple response to the ruling: "Supreme Court my a**."People took to the comments of DeVito's post to thank him for his sentiments about the issue.Sign up for our free Indy100 weekly newsletterOne wrote: "I know there's a lot going on in the country right now, but I glad to see Danny DeVito can still be our shining light in this dark...
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Danny DeVito Agreed To Bankroll Pulp Fiction Before Ever Seeing The Script

Danny DeVito has become a household name in large part for his onscreen roles in films and long-running comedy shows like "Taxi" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," but he is rarely given due credit for his work behind the scenes. DeVito is a producer on "It's Always Sunny" as well as a member of the main cast, but he has also produced a number of hugely successful projects entirely from behind the camera, including the television series "Reno 911!," "Erin Brockovich," "Garden State" and Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction."
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Bobby Moynihan On How Danny DeVito ‘Attacked’ Him For Impersonating Him On ‘SNL’

A few years back, Bobby Moynihan got the attention of many fans after he impersonated Danny DeVito on Saturday Night Live. Bobby has done an impression of the Batman Returns actor twice. One cannot be sure about how celebrities like Danny DeVito would handle it when a player on Saturday Night Live makes an impression of them. However, while speaking to a former colleague, Seth Meyers, on his late-night show, Bobby talked about his encounter with DeVito and how he was playfully attacked.
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Danny DeVito to make one-night-only appearance in Vermont for staged reading of play

Emmy-winning and Tony-nominated Danny DeVito will be in Vermont this summer for a one-night-only staged reading of a play presented by the Dorset Theatre Festival. The star of TV shows such as “Taxi” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and movies including “Throw Momma From the Train” will take part in a staged reading in southern Vermont of “I Need That” by Emmy-nominated writer Theresa Rebeck. ...
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40 Years Ago: Danny DeVito Buys ‘Taxi’ Reprieve With ‘SNL’ Stunt

If television executives have learned one thing (and it’s far from certain that they have) it’s not to piss off Danny DeVito. The TV veteran has never been afraid of biting the hands that have gingerly fed him during his time on such classic series as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia or Taxi. The diminutive but garrulous DeVito has made a career out of playing irascible, irresponsible loudmouths, mirroring the acclaimed actor and director’s willingness to take a snarky stand for something he believes in.
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40 Years Ago: Danny DeVito Buys ‘Taxi’ Reprieve With ‘SNL’ Stunt

If television executives have learned one thing (and it’s far from certain that they have) it’s not to piss off Danny DeVito. The TV veteran has never been afraid of biting the hands that have gingerly fed him during his time on such classic series as It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia or Taxi. The diminutive but garrulous DeVito has made a career out of playing irascible, irresponsible loudmouths, mirroring the acclaimed actor and director’s willingness to take a snarky stand for something he believes in.
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