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4 items from 2004


NBC books Cannavale for 'NY-70'

22 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Bobby Cannavale has been tapped to star in NY-70, NBC's cop drama from writer-producer Rand Ravich. Meanwhile, S.W.A.T. helmer Clark Johnson has come on board to direct the project set in 1970s New York. Cannavale's casting is said to be lifting the cast contingency from the pilot order for NY-70, which is based on the real-life experiences of New York detectives Sonny Grosso and Eddie Egan, the cops behind one of the biggest drug busts in U.S. history, which became the subject of the 1971 Oscar-winning feature The French Connection (HR 11/18). »

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5 intertwined in 'Happy' pic for Lions Gate

1 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Laura Dern, Tom Arnold, Jason Ritter, David Sutcliffe and Johnny Galecki are poised to join Maggie Gyllenhaal in Don Roos' Happy Endings for Lions Gate Films. Shooting starts next week. The ensemble project is described as a contemporary comedy set in Los Angeles involving three intertwining stories among 10 characters. Gyllenhaal, Lisa Kudrow, Jesse Bradford, Bobby Cannavale and Steve Coogan are already set. Sources indicated that Kelly Preston also might join the cast, but her deal is not yet negotiated. »

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Smaller pics loom large as SAG applauds its own

16 January 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Turning a blind eye to most of the season's big epic movies, SAG chose to lavish nominations for its 10th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on smaller movies about little people -- quite literally in the case of Miramax Films' The Station Agent, which made an unexpectedly strong showing. Agent earned a best actor nomination for its leading man, the 4-foot-6-inch Peter Dinklage, who plays a misanthropic dwarf who inherits a train station; a best actress nomination for Patricia Clarkson, who portrays a lonely divorcee; and an ensemble acting nom for its cast, which also includes Bobby Cannavale, Paul Benjamin, Raven Goodwin and Michelle Williams. In the category of outstanding performance by a male actor in a lead role, Dinklage will face off against Johnny Depp, who commands the seas as a flamboyant pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; Ben Kingsley, who stars as an Iranian immigrant defending his home in House of Sand and Fog; Bill Murray, who headlines as an actor adrift in Tokyo in Lost in Translation; and Sean Penn, who faces the loss of his daughter in Mystic River. Dinklage and Murray are first-time SAG nominees, while Penn has been nominated twice before in the category. »

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Smaller pics loom large as SAG applauds its own

16 January 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Turning a blind eye to most of the season's big epic movies, SAG chose to lavish nominations for its 10th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on smaller movies about little people -- quite literally in the case of Miramax Films' The Station Agent, which made an unexpectedly strong showing. Agent earned a best actor nomination for its leading man, the 4-foot-6-inch Peter Dinklage, who plays a misanthropic dwarf who inherits a train station; a best actress nomination for Patricia Clarkson, who portrays a lonely divorcee; and an ensemble acting nom for its cast, which also includes Bobby Cannavale, Paul Benjamin, Raven Goodwin and Michelle Williams. In the category of outstanding performance by a male actor in a lead role, Dinklage will face off against Johnny Depp, who commands the seas as a flamboyant pirate in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; Ben Kingsley, who stars as an Iranian immigrant defending his home in House of Sand and Fog; Bill Murray, who headlines as an actor adrift in Tokyo in Lost in Translation; and Sean Penn, who faces the loss of his daughter in Mystic River. Dinklage and Murray are first-time SAG nominees, while Penn has been nominated twice before in the category. »

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