Ask (June 2, 2009)

Want to know the status of a particular movie, TV show, or band? Wondering what a certain actress is up to these days? Send your entertainment-related questions to — with your first name, city and country — and we’ll try to answer as many as we can.

Question: I loved But I’m a Cheerleader, and I have watched Itty Bitty Titty Committee ten times now. Enough already! When is Jamie Babbit‘s next movie coming out?

― Tina, Columbia, MD

Jamie Babbit

Answer: Did you check out Babbit’s 2005 feature, The Quiet, starring Elisha Cuthbert, Camilla Belle and Edie Falco? If not, the cast alone should be enough to send you to the video store.

I passed your question along to Babbitt, who told me:

I’m currently casting for my new film called Breaking The Girl. It’s tonally in the vein of Body Heat, with lots of bi beauties and femme fatales. I’ve been working on the script with Guinevere Turner (Go Fish), and a Canadian company is financing the film, hopefully soon.

So it sounds like you may have to be patient for a little while longer. However, I have it on good authority that she will soon be appearing as a guest on Brunch With Bridget.

Question: Ok, this sounds crazy but I’m sure that I hear the voice of the one and only Dawn Denbo (Elizabeth Keener) on the new Eminem CD. Am I right? Also, can you tell me again why she wasn’t in the last season of The L Word? That show sucked without her!

― Brett, NY

Elizabeth Keener

Answer: If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me why Elizabeth Keener wasn’t in the final season of The L Word, I’d have enough money to post bail for Alice in that British prison where she’s probably still languishing since The Farm didn’t get picked up. But I guess there are some mysteries in life that we can never fully understand.

Anyway, I contacted Keener and asked if she did in fact appear on Eminem’s new CD, Relapse. She told me that it was indeed her voice that you hear. Actually, what she really said was, “Double D and Eminem (MM)…best two letters in the alphabet, yo!”

You get the picture.