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5 items from 2004


Wallman, Ridinger combine on PR firm

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

Lee Wallman and Rene Ridinger have joined forces to launch Wallman/Ridinger Public Relations. The Hollywood-based company will specialize in working with actors, film and television projects and corporate entertainment accounts. Its clients include Regency Television, SAGIndie and TWI, the television production arm of international sports agency IMG, as well as actors Blair Underwood, Dominic Monaghan, Brenda Strong, Leslie Hope and Peter Dinklage. »

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Touchstone TV signs three actors

31 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Touchstone TV is beefing up its talent roster, signing deals with Peter Dinklage, Lenny Clarke and Eddie Cibrian. For Clarke and Cibrian, the pacts mark a reunion with the studio. Clarke starred in Touchstone TV's comedy series It's All Relative last season, while Third Watch co-star Cibrian toplined the studio's 2003 drama pilot The Street Lawyer. Dinklage was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his lead role in The Station Agent. His feature credits also include Elf and Human Nature. He is repped by SMS Talent. Clarke, who also co-starred on ABC's comedy The Job, is a recurring on FX's Rescue Me. Cibrian, who spent five years on the NBC drama Third Watch, has been seen on the big screen in But I'm a Cheerleader and Say It Isn't So. He will next co-star in the horror movie Cave. Cibrian is repped by CAA. »

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Dinklage joins Machado for indie 'Fugitive'

28 July 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Peter Dinklage and Justina Machado are teaming to play husband and wife in an indie remake of the 1953 film The Little Fugitive for helmer Joanna Lipper and producers Frederick Zollo and Nick Paleologos. In Fugitive, Machado plays Natalia Morton, a dysfunctional young wife and mother who struggles to hold down two jobs while caring for her sons -- and stay sober -- after her husband (Dinklage) is incarcerated. The story centers on a 7-year-old who runs away to Coney Island and encounters a series of adventures after he erroneously thinks he's killed his own brother. The remake's cast also includes Brendan Sexton III and Sophie Dahl, as well as various child actors. The film is shooting in New York. »

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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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