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Woody Allen's Sixties Stand-Up Albums Reissued
16 hours ago
The recordings Woody Allen made of his comedy routines in the mid-Sixties will once again be available at an affordable price. November 25th will see the release of a comprehensive two-disc set – The Stand-Up Years: 1964 – 1968 – which will contain everything from the three records Allen released in the Sixties, along with a previously unreleased routine and more bonus audio. The additional material comprises 25 minutes of excerpts from the 2012 film Woody Allen: A Documentary, in which he discusses how stand-up comedy changed his life, as well as liner notes by the documentary's producer and director, »
Andre 3000 Talks Outkast Biopic, Studying Jimi Hendrix and Snagglepuss
18 hours ago
Rapper Andre Benjamin worked obsessively on his startling portrayal of Jimi Hendrix in the new film Jimi: All Is By My Side, and he already has ideas about a potential biopic for his group Outkast. "It would be great to make an Outkast movie right now, but instead of really serious, make it a full comedy — like Kevin Hart would play Big Boi," he said of his rapping partner last night. And as himself? "We should cast somebody stupid — like Leonardo [DiCaprio]."
Benjamin (Aka Andre 3000) was on a panel Sunday night »
Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Talks to Play Edward Snowden
22 September 2014 7:14 AM, PDT
Oliver Stone is looking for the right man to play controversial Nsa whistleblower Edward Snowden in his next film, The Snowden Files, and he's reportedly offered the part to versatile actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. According to Variety, Gordon-Levitt has agreed to sign on, though official negotiations haven't begun.
The film – written, directed and co-produced by Stone – will be based on two books: Time of the Octopus, a novel written by Snowden's attorney, Anatoly Kucherena, which tells the fictional story of an American whistleblower spending three weeks in a transit area of »