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5 items from 2006

Ramirez has killer role in 3rd 'Bourne'

10 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Edgar Ramirez has been targeted for a role in The Bourne Ultimatum, Universal Pictures' latest installment of the adventures of amnesiac spy hero Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass is directing the movie, currently shooting in Europe. Matt Damon is back as Bourne, and Joan Allen and Julia Stiles are back as well. David Strathairn and Paddy Considine also have joined the cast.

The story revolves around assassin Bourne uncovering mysteries of his past, which puts him in the cross-hairs of a superkiller. Ramirez is playing the superkiller.

Gael Garcia Bernal was in negotiations to play the role but a deal could not be reached (HR 10/3).

Tony Gilroy, Tom Stoppard, Scott Burns and Paul Attanasio worked on the script.

Ultimatum is being produced by Frank Marshall, Patrick Crowley and Paul L. Sandberg.

South American actor Ramirez might be best known to North American audiences for his work in Domino, the Tony Scott-directed thriller starring Keira Knightley. He recently wrapped production on the Sony feature Vantage Point, directed by Pete Travis and produced by Neil Moritz.

Ramirez is repped by Endeavor, Handprint Entertainment and Hirsch, Wallerstein, Matlof & Fishman. »

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'Bonneville' revs up for Toronto fest

8 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Bonneville, which will debut in a gala slot Monday at the Toronto International Film Festival, is one of the hot titles vying for buyers' attention. The road movie, which stars Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Joan Allen, is targeting older female moviegoers, a niche that has seen success with such recent movies as Something's Gotta Give, The Banger Sisters, Ladies in Lavender and The Boynton Beach Bereavement Club. Bonneville is one of six films that Cinetic's John Sloss, who sold The Station Agent and The Fog of War, is handling at the festival. "I'm a little concerned over the hype," he said. "It delivers to its target audience of mature women. Distributors are getting smart and realize that a movie can work with this demo with the right cast and high concept." »

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Tribeca Photo Diary #2

26 April 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- [Ed's note: Pictured above was a protest of sorts that took place in front of the theatre. Check out both sites for further info.! While there seems to be family members that grieve for the victims of United 93, what ever happen to those who lost their lives in the fake pentagon Boeing 757 crash. Now that’s a movie I want to see!] United 93: Cheyenne Jackson. United 93: Trish Gates. United 93: Trieste Dunn. United 93: David Alan Basche. Lourdes Lebron holds a picture of her relative Waleska Martinez. Festival judge Josh Lucas - you handsome devil you!. Celebrity audience member #1: Joan Allen. Celebrity audience member #2. Julia Stiles Celebrity audience member #3. Gabriel Byrne All pictures © of Pierre-Alexandre Despatis 2006. »

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Lange Honored by Lincoln Center

20 April 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Oscar winner Jessica Lange was taken by surprise when she was honored by New York City's Film Society Of Lincoln Center on Monday night, when her celebrity pals took to the stage to talk about her short-comings. The Tootsie actress was paid the tribute by the renowned cinematic body in recognition of her contribution to film and television. Misery actress Kathy Bates took the stage with Joan Allen to make fun of Lange's perceived lack of a sense of humor, with Allen saying, "Remember that time in the make-up room (on Bonneville) when she told us not to buy from Exxon because their profits were too high. She's a laugh riot!" Scottish actor Alan Cumming recalled starring naked alongside Lange, who turns 57 tomorrow, in Titus. He said to her, "I don't know what you're talking about Jessica, but you've got fantastic tits." To which she replied, "Please, if your hand weren't there that thing would be halfway round my back." »

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20 Sirens of 2005: Part II

2 January 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- 10. Tilda Swinton She starred in a variation of roles with different screen time presence - Constantine, Broken Flowers, Thumbsucker, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. What’s next? This busy-bee will be seen with the Sundance premiere of Stephanie Daley, followed by Michael Clayton, That Man from London, Nico. 9. Sienna Miller The 5 minutes in Layer Cake was enough to give some of us heart problems and she capped off the year with Casanova. What’s next? Camille and a lead role in Factory Girl. 8. Cécile De France We saw her briefly in The Russian Dolls, but it is her delicious performance in High Tension that was worth the mention. What’s next? Unless you speak French or live in France, you won,t be seeig much of this actress – whose got a trio of French leads. 7. Keira Knightly While we won’t »

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