11 items from 2008
The HBO series was transformed for the big screen and the film's international box office success has paved the way for a sequel.
Lead actress Sarah Jessica Parker recently confirmed plans for a follow-up and Corbett, who played Carrie Bradshaw's love interest, Aidan Shaw, in the show, is desperate to get involved.
And Corbett hopes his character will be able to steal Carrie back from Mr. Big, who she married in Sex and the City: The Movie.
He says, "I'd relish that moment more than you can ever imagine. There may even be a murder involved. It's payback. I think Mr Big deserves it. It'd make a great ending to the movie." »
InStyle.com has a six degrees of Twilight. Pretty darn cool if you ask menbspKristen Stewart to Elizabeth ReaserKristen Stewart was in The Messenger with John Corbett who played the beloved Aidan in Sex and the City with Sarah Jessica Parker who was in The Family Stone with Elizabeth Reaser.nbspnbspElizabeth Reaser to Robert PattinsonElizabeth Reaser was on Greys Anatomy with Patrick Dempsey who was in Sweet Home Alabama with Reese Witherspoon who was in Vanity Fair which Robert Pattinson had a bit part in. Robert Pattinson to Jackson RathboneRobert Pattinson was in Harry Potter with Ralph Fiennes who was in Oscar and Lucinda with Cate Blanchett who was in Pushing Tin with Angelina Jolie who was in Mr. Mrs. Smith with Adam Brody who was on The O.C. where Jackson Rathbone appeared a few times. nbspnbspJackson Rathbone to Ashley GreeneJackson Rathbone was in Big Stan with Jennifer Morrison who »
Fans of Showtime's The L Word should start gearing up for the upcoming final season of series, which is set to join two other shows premiering in January. Tagged by Showtime as a “fab female triple-header,” January 18 will see the final episode of The L Word premiering, followed by the comedy United States of Tara and the second season of Secret Diary of a Call Girl.
We previously reported that The L Word will be spawning a spin-off, which Showtime CEO Matt Blank says will come from the “storyline at the end of The L Word, the final episode in the final season, [in which] there will be an open-ended component to it.”
"[Creator] Ilene [Chaiken] is going to carry that story along on the Internet, which we think is an interesting way to keep The L Word experience going," he explained. "Then if we decide to go ahead with the spinoff that storyline »
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"The Lonely Maiden," starring Morgan Freeman and Christopher Walken; "The Killing Room," starring Timothy Hutton; and "Powder Blue," starring Forest Whitaker, will all screen for the first time at the 29th American Film Market, running Nov. 5-12 at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel and Le Merigot Beach Hotel in Santa Monica.
The market will present 513 films, including 102 world premieres and 375 market premieres.
In addition to Freeman and Walken, the Yari Film Group's "Maiden" stars William H. Macy; "Killing Room," from ContentFilm International, stars Chloe Sevigny, Nick Cannon and Peter Stormare along with Hutton; Qed International's "Powder Blue" boasts a cast that includes Whitaker, Jessica Biel, Kris Kristofferson, Ray Liotta and Patrick Swayze.
Other pictures set for world premieres include "Baby on Board," with Lara Flynn Boyle, John Corbett, Heather Graham and Jerry O'Connell (Entertainment 7); "Evil Angel," starring Ving Rhames (Arrow Entertainment); "High Life," with Timothy Olyphant (Shoreline Entertainment); "La Linea, »
- By Gregg Kilday
1 October 2008 3:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Showtime's new comedy series "United States of Tara" will debut Jan. 18.
The dark comedy penned by Diablo Cody and starring Toni Collette will air at 10 p.m., following the premiere final season premiere of "The L Word" at 9 p.m. and leading to the second season opener of "Secret Diary of a Call Girl" at 10:30.
In "Tara," Collette stars as a mom with a multiple personality disorder. John Corbett co-stars on the series, a co-production between Showtime and Dreamworks TV. Steven Spielberg, Cody, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank and Alexa Junge are exec producing.
- Steven Spielberg just has too many ideas for his own good. According to Variety, the filmmaking powerhouse has shared yet another idea with Oscar-winning scribe Diablo Cody. The Juno writer will be penning a super-secret untitled comedy for DreamWorks, based off of Spielberg's cinematic musings. Cody's Showtime series, "The United States of Tara," which she is exec producing, was also based off of an original Spielberg idea. The sitcom stars Toni Collette and John Corbett and is currently in pilot stage. Cody first got Spielberg's attention when Mandate Pictures was in search of a domestic distributer for her teen pregnancy blockbuster. Spielberg reportedly even considered directing the pic. Cody's sophomore project, Jennifer's Body, is currently in post-production and set for wide-release next year. The dark comedy/horror pic has been compared to the Heathers, featuring a cheerleader possessed by a demon, who then feeds odd of boy around town. »
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Larson will play Tara's smart, confident 17-year-old daughter Kate, who struggles with her mother's disorder while rebelling against the world with her own issues.
The role was played in the pilot by Portia Doubleday.
John Corbett co-stars as Tara's husband and Kate's father.
Showtime recently picked up "Tara," from DreamWorks TV and Steven Spielberg, to series with a 12-episode order.
Production is slated to begin during the summer in Los Angeles.
- By Nellie Andreeva
The actor, who once trained to become a Los Angeles Sheriff's Deputy, picked up tips from real-life cops while researching his new role in action film Street Kings.
And the hunk reveals one piece of advice he received will always stick with him.
He explains, "What I did find out from a street cop doing this movie is that whenever he pulls over a car, if it's got kids in it he never gives a ticket.
"He said that he felt that if he gives that dad a ticket the dad drives away p**sed off at the cops and the kids pick that up. Now he drives away and says, 'Hey, cops are pretty cool.'
"Those kids grow up with a whole different idea of cops. I like that philosophy." »
The Sex And The City star reveals he spent much of 1982 with top police recruits working out for the force - but he failed to make it as an officer.
He recalls, "I was working in a steel factory as a boiler maker but my dad tried to become a Deputy Sheriff and he didn't make it, so I tried.
"Every three months you go in for agility tests and if you pass that you move onto interviews and oral exams. Ultimately I didn't make it, I wasn't Deputy Sheriff material." »
The two tough guys were sent rolling around inside a made-for-the-movie Go Mobile car with co-star Amaury Nolasco and a cameraman, with Corbett speeding through Los Angles.
Corbett says, "It's a choreographed stunt with the real cars coming at us. A couple of times we smacked the side of a bus and there's really no special effects; that's really us flying through traffic at about 50 miles per hour for about a mile and a half.
"Keanu has a handcuff in my mouth, I'm trying to drive and these two (Reeves and Nolasco) are going at it with full force. His fist is swinging by me and the wind is like a hurricane coming by and they're just going at each other, kicking each other. They're just hitting each other with everything they've got.
"The director yelled cut and we had to go back to the set and they're both just sitting there rubbing their shoulders and wiping the blood off their lips. That scene was pretty intense."
Reeves, the star of the new fast-paced thriller, plays a cop trying to clear his name after he's accused of killing a colleague. »
The project, from Oscar-winning writer Diablo Cody, centers on Tara (Collette), a woman with a multiple personality disorder.
Corbett will play her husband, Max Gregor, a ruggedly handsome contractor who lives a life of stress and tries to read as much as he can about his wife's condition.
It also extends the actor's relationship with Showtime. He starred in the cable network's 2006 pilot Manchild.
Craig Gillespie is directing the pilot for Tara, which is slated to begin production in April in Los Angeles.
11 items from 2008
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