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William Friedkin To Direct & Bette Midler To Star In 'Mae West' Biopic For HBO Films

10 December 2013 8:21 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

After hearing Martin Scorsese recently talk about only having a few films left in him at the age of 71, it's heartening to see that 78-year-old William Friedkin is still going strong. The director will follow up his last film, “Killer Joe,” with a biopic on the late, great Mae West. Freidkin’s made a deal with HBO Films to direct and executive produce “Mae West,” with Bette Midler attached to play the title character. The film is based on the actress' own memoirs, "Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It," and centers on Mae West’s rise to Hollywood stardom, starting out in risque Broadway plays (such as the scandalous "Sex") and starring in such Hollywood films as “I’m No Angel” and “She Done Him Wrong.” She made a career out of challenging censorship and playing by her own rules and is considered to be one of the greatest female stars of all time, »

- Ken Guidry

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William Friedkin To Direct & Bette Midler To Star In 'Mae West' Biopic For HBO Films

10 December 2013 8:21 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

After hearing Martin Scorsese recently talk about only having a few films left in him at the age of 71, it's heartening to see that 78-year-old William Friedkin is still going strong. The director will follow up his last film, “Killer Joe,” with a biopic on the late, great Mae West. Freidkin’s made a deal with HBO Films to direct and executive produce “Mae West,” with Bette Midler attached to play the title character. The film is based on the actress' own memoirs, "Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It," and centers on Mae West’s rise to Hollywood stardom, starting out in risque Broadway plays (such as the scandalous "Sex") and starring in such Hollywood films as “I’m No Angel” and “She Done Him Wrong.” She made a career out of challenging censorship and playing by her own rules and is considered to be one of the greatest female stars of all time, »

- Ken Guidry

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Michael Moore Mounts His 9th Traverse City Film Festival with 150 Screenings

29 July 2013 9:54 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival, celebrating its ninth year, runs July 31 through August 4 in Traverse City, Michigan. The running theme of the festival is "Just Great Movies," and this year's program lineup boasts over 150 films, with a record number of industry guests invited. Kicking off the fest is Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," while Brit documentarian Michael Apted will appear in person with "56 Up." Apted's entire "Up" series will screen, which is indicative of the festival's commitment to repertory cinema as well as more recent films. Classics such as saucy Mae West-starrer "She Done Him Wrong," Busby Berkeley-choreographed showstopper "Gold Diggers of 1933" and a special screening of 1925's "The Phantom of the Opera," starring Lon Chaney and live-accompanied by the Alloy Orchestra, screen alongside hits from this past year's international festival circuit, such as Saudi Arabia's first woman filmmaker Haifaa Al Mansour's "Wadjda" and Oscar-nominated high-seas. »

- Beth Hanna

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9 Secretly Beautiful Hollywood Screenwriters

1 March 2013 9:00 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

If you're stoked on "Stoker," you can thank "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller, who is making his screenwriting debut with the gothic Park Chan-wook affair. Miller wrote the script under a pseudonym, and the results ended up on the 2010 Black List of hot screenplays that weren't yet snagged by studios.

Wentworth, we hardly knew ye!

Miller isn't the only surprising star doing double-duty as a writer, either. He joins an impressive list of famous, Hollywood faces that wield a mean pen or, more likely, the latest version of Final Draft.

Rashida Jones

Her "Parks and Rec" alter ego Ann Perkins is "a beautiful tropical fish" and "a beautiful, rule-breaking moth," and even "a beautiful, talented, brilliant, powerful musk ox," on occasion, according to her Bff Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler). Off-screen, Rashida Jones is proving to be a rather formidable creative force as well. She and writing partner Will McCormack penned »

- Jenni Miller

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