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"Paramount has locked an October 19th release date for "Paranormal Activity 4"…" (full details)
"Composer Thomas Newman will score the upcoming 007 film "Skyfall", his first James Bond film and his fifth Sam Mendes effort. Regular series composer David Arnold's commitments to the 2012 Olympic Games in London has ruled him out for returning…" (full details)
"Mpi Media Group has acquired North American rights to writer-director Guillaume Canet’s "Little White Lies", starring Marion Cotillard. The tale follows a group of friends on a seaside vacation who confront the lies they tell each other. It will be released theatrically during the first quarter of this year…
Tom Stoppard is adapting Shakespeare in Love for the stage, according to industry magazine Variety.
Though no timetable has been set, the play is believed to be aiming to open in London, supported by a partnership between Disney and veteran producer Sonia Friedman.
Tony award-winner Jack O'Brien, whose credits include stage productions of Hairspray and The Full Monty, will direct. He previously directed the Broadway runs of two of Stoppard's plays: The Invention of Love and the trilogy The Coast of Utopia, both of which originated at the National Theatre.
Both productions were designed by Bob Crowley, who will return for Shakespeare in Love.
Stoppard co-wrote the 1998 film, which starred Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes, with Marc Nolan. It went on to win seven Academy awards, including best picture. Paltrow was named best actress,
What syllables he'll be accenting, no one knows. What strange and wonderful pauses will be created where none should be. Walken's guests will be Jack O'Brien, director and producer of the stage musical "Hairspray," followed by actress Zoe Kazan, who shared the stage with Walken in "A Behanding in Spokane." Then, dancer to dancer, Walken interviews the classically trained Jacques D'Amboise, founder of the National Dance Institute,
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