It’s getting to the point where today’s teeny-bopper crowd is getting predictable. When I read in Variety that Hilary and Haylie Duff have signed to star in a movie called Material Girls my first thought was - I bet they’re remaking the Madonna song. Sure enough, they are.

Material Girls will follow the two as a pair of “celebutante cosmetic heiresses” - think Paris Hilton, only with cosmedics funding her lifestyle instead of hotels, and probably with less skank and more annoying bright, cheery optimism. Due to a corporate scandal, the two lose their fortune and decide to go Nancy Drew to expose the person responsible. Doesn’t this sound loosely like the plot of Ritchie Rich?

No doubt the film is simply being made as an excuse to remake the song. Hilary Duff, who left her Disney Channel show “Lizzie Maguire” in order to focus on her music, is notoriously becoming the next Michael Bolton, remaking songs at the drop of a hat. It would be nice if she’d at least remake some decent songs instead of “Our Lips are Sealed” and “Material Girl”, or , even better, realize that her fifteen minutes of fame ended five years ago.
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