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3 items from 2003


Jackson joins ensemble for indie 'Borealis'

1 December 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Dawson's Creek alum Joshua Jackson is joining Donald Sutherland, Juliette Lewis and Louise Fletcher in the indie Aurora Borealis. The project is lensing in Toronto. James Burke is helming from a script by Brent Boyd. Borealis centers on a troubled young man (Jackson) struggling to right himself after the premature death of his father. Sutherland and Fletcher play his grandparents, with Lewis starring as the home assistant to Sutherland's character who winds up as Jackson's love interest. Entitled Entertainment -- the production partnership between Burke and Scott Disharoon -- is producing in association with Rick Bieber Prods. Individual producing credits go to Disharoon and Bieber. Jackson is repped by WMA and Michael Bircumshaw at Water Street Management. Since the end of Creek, Jackson has worked on the indie Americano, with Dennis Hopper and Leonor Varela, I Love Your Work, for director Adam Goldberg, and as part of the voice talent in Racing Stripes. Lewis is repped by WMA and manager Brandy Lewis. She most recently starred in Old School and Cold Creek Manor. She next appears in Blueberry and Starsky & Hutch. Sutherland is repped by CAA. He next stars in Cold Mountain. Fletcher is repped by Bauman, Redanty & Shaul. She won an Oscar for her work in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Boyd is repped by Rogers Hartmann and manager Noah Rosen. »

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Zahn adds name to 'Hating' list

25 March 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Steve Zahn has been added to the cast of the independent feature Hating Her for writer-director Tom Bezucha and newly launched Idiom Films & Entertainment. The $10 million-budgeted project begins shooting next month. Zahn joins Selma Blair, Blythe Danner, Logan Marshall-Green, Bridget Moynahan, Donald Sutherland, Johnny Knoxville and Maura Tierney in the story of the Stones, a family that unites in a common cause when their favorite son (Knoxville) arrives home for the holidays with his uptight girlfriend (Moynahan). Overwhelmed by the hostile reception from the family, Moynahan's character begs her sister (Blair) to join her and lend emotional support, only to trigger more complications. Zahn will portray Ben Stone, who travels home to his family only to find himself in for a tumultuous holiday visit. Idiom president and managing partner Quay Hays is producing. Zahn, repped by Endeavor and Marsha McManus of LMRK, will next star opposite Eddie Murphy in Revolution Films' comedy Daddy Daycare and Lions Gate Films' Shattered Glass, starring Hayden Christensen. He was last seen onscreen in Columbia Pictures' comedy National Security with Martin Lawrence. »

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Knoxville likes Idiom's 'Hating'

28 February 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Johnny Knoxville has nabbed a lead role in the indie feature Hating Her for writer-director Tom Bezucha and newly launched Idiom Films & Entertainment. Knoxville joins Selma Blair, Blythe Danner, Logan Marshall-Green, Bridget Moynahan, Donald Sutherland and Maura Tierney in the project, due to begin production in March in Los Angeles. The $10 million-budgeted Hating follows the Stone family as they unite in a common cause when the favorite son (Knoxville) arrives home for the holidays with his uptight girlfriend (Moynahan). Overwhelmed by the hostile reception from the family, Moynahan's character begs her sister (Blair) to join her and lend emotional support, only to trigger more complications. Idiom president and managing partner Quay Hays is producing. "We are thrilled Johnny is joining this incredible cast," Hays said. "He's an amazingly talented and charismatic actor, and audiences will see a new side to him in this unique role." Knoxville is repped by CAA, the Firm and attorney Warren Dern. He most recently was seen onscreen in MTV Films/Paramount Pictures' Jackass: The Movie and next stars in Grand Theft Parsons. »

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