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4 items from 2006


Lane Auditioned for Mother-in-Law's Movie

6 September 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Diane Lane once auditioned for a part in the film Yentl - which would have seen her kissing her future mother-in-law Barbra Streisand. The Unfaithful star auditioned for the part in 1983, with husband Josh Brolin's step-mom. Brolin's father James Brolin has been married to Streisand since 1998. She explains, "I auditioned for Yentl. She's got an audition tape somewhere of me. Amy Irving got the job. It's OK, we're still friends." In the film, Streisand plays a Jewish girl who disguises herself as a boy in order to be able to enter religious training. Lane's character in the film would have been required to kiss Streisand on screen. She adds, "It would have been interesting to make out with her. Can you imagine?" »

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Lane Loves Shorn Locks

4 September 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Diane Lane has no regrets about chopping off her hair on live television and insists she loves her sleek new look. The Hollywoodland star cut her hair earlier this summer live on Today to make a wig for cancer charity Beautiful Lengths. She explains, "I like it short, I kept it short." Lane was especially relieved when husband Josh Brolin approved of her new hairdo adding jokingly, "He loved it, which is convenient, because that's the priority. "It is all about the hair as we know!" Lane insists she has no remorse about deciding to lop off her locks saying, "You know, I thought I would. "Summer was so hot and I had a nice breeze on my neck for a change. I use a lot less product. That's one way to look at it!" »

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Lane Lops Off Locks for Charity

14 July 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Under The Tuscan Sun star Diane Lane chopped off all of her hair on live TV Thursday to help make a wig for a women's cancer charity. The star was supporting the Pantene Beautiful Lengths campaign which encourages people to grow, cut and donate healthy hair to make wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment. Lane appeared on the US morning show Today and had her hair cut by co-host Ann Curry, who also cut off her own hair in March for the children's charity Locks of Love. The Unfaithful star explains, "I've always wanted to cut my hair short and nobody would ever let me. In movies they always want Pantene gorgeous hair. You just want to help people with cancer and you have a natural resource that only you can give. It's for a beautiful, beautiful cause." As the nervous star made her way over to the hair stylist's chair she quipped, "My husband (Josh Brolin) promised that he will still find me cute!" Curry took several minutes to cut her way through Lane's thick stresses, as Lane remarked, "It's still going! This is like a taking down a giant oak!" After eight inches of her hair was chopped off, a delighted Lane said, "Go for it, send in your hair! It's so fun and liberating! I've wanted to do this for years!" An hour after receiving her cut, the star appear on US talk show The View to discuss her new short bobbed hair. She reveals, "I didn't sleep last night! By the time five am rolled around I was like 'Just do it!'" Lane said her step-daughter has also been inspired to cut her hair and that her husband has been completely supportive of their efforts. She added, "His hair is a bit longer than mine now! He hasn't seen it yet - he's doing a night shoot in New Mexico. I left him a voicemail describing it the best I could. I'm loving it!" »

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Coens tap Root, Harrelson

6 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Coen brothers have lassoed Woody Harrelson and Stephen Root for their contemporary Western thriller No Country for Old Men. The film will be distributed by Paramount Vantage domestically and by Miramax Films internationally. Based on the acclaimed Cormac McCarthy novel, the story deals with the battle between good and evil and the importance of choice and chance in shaping destiny. Written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, the film stars Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem. Scott Rudin and the Coens are producing, while Miramax is co-financing. »

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