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Mangold boards Col's 'Yuma' redo

19 June 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Columbia Pictures is remaking its 1957 Western 3:10 to Yuma, with James Mangold directing and Cathy Konrad producing through their studio-based Konrad Pictures. The husband-and-wife directing-producing duo most recently teamed with the studio on the thriller Identity. The original Yuma, based on a short story by Elmore Leonard, starred Glenn Ford and Van Heflin. It told the story of a small-time rancher who, in need of money, agrees to hold a captured outlaw leader awaiting a train to go to court in Yuma. A battle of wills ensues as the outlaw tries to psych the rancher out. Michael Brandt and Derek Haas (2 Fast 2 Furious) will write the script. Columbia's Doug Belgrad and Jonathan Kadin are overseeing. Mangold, Konrad, Brandt and Haas are repped by WMA. Mangold and Konrad collaborated on Kate & Leopold, Girl, Interrupted and Cop Land. Brandt and Haas recently wrote Mission Without Permission (aka Catch That Girl), which wrapped shooting at Fox 2000 with Bart Freundlich directing. »

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Boxoffice preview: One last spring fling for Hollywood

25 April 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

With a summer heat wave scheduled to hit the multiplexes next weekend, Hollywood is mounting what amounts to a spring clearance today. Four wide releases debut in hopes of generating some business before the first of the wannabe summer blockbusters hits. At least that appears to be the strategy behind the debuts of the films bowing this weekend, in advance of 20th Century Fox's X2: X-Men United, which arrives next weekend. Till then, horror and gratuitous sex should dominate the theaters for this upcoming frame. And that could allow Sony Pictures' PG-13 comedy Anger Management to hold onto the boxoffice crown for the third week in a row. Sony's primary Anger competition comes from one of the distributor's own -- its release of the Columbia Pictures thriller Identity, starring John Cusack and others, which is setting down in 2,733 theaters. The R-rated feature, which has been tracking solidly, is directed by James Mangold, whose credits include the recent romance Kate & Leopold as well as the psycho-drama Girl, Interrupted. At 87 minutes long, Identity could give Anger a run for its money with frequent show times and a solid ensemble cast that includes Rebecca DeMornay, Amanda Peet and Ray Liotta. »

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Meyer, Hewitt top cats in 'Garfield'

28 February 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jon Arbuckle, the perpetually single owner of Garfield the cat in the long-running comic strip, is about to get a live-action face in Breckin Meyer. The actor is in negotiations to star as Arbuckle in 20th Century Fox's big-screen live-action/CGI adaptation of Garfield, with Jennifer Love Hewitt finalizing a deal to play his love interest. Peter Hewitt is directing the project, which John Davis is producing through his Davis Entertainment. A March start date is being planned. The comic strip centers on a rotund orange- and black-striped cat named Garfield, his dull-witted canine cohort Odie and owner Arbuckle. The 27-pound feline, first published in 1978, is known for his laziness, wry remarks and love of lasagna. The script, written by Toy Story scribes Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow, focuses on the rivalry between Garfield and Odie. The feature is live-action, with a computer-generated Garfield. Meyer, repped by the Gersh Agency, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment and attorney David Webber, has numerous film and television credits to his name, including the features Kate & Leopold, Rat Race, Road Trip and Go. Jennifer Love Hewitt, repped by CAA, recently wrapped shooting Intermedia Films' If Only. »

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Meyer, Hewitt top cats in 'Garfield'

28 February 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jon Arbuckle, the perpetually single owner of Garfield the cat in the long-running comic strip, is about to get a live-action face in Breckin Meyer. The actor is in negotiations to star as Arbuckle in 20th Century Fox's big-screen live-action/CGI adaptation of Garfield, with Jennifer Love Hewitt finalizing a deal to play his love interest. Peter Hewitt is directing the project, which John Davis is producing through his Davis Entertainment. A March start date is being planned. The comic strip centers on a rotund orange- and black-striped cat named Garfield, his dull-witted canine cohort Odie and owner Arbuckle. The 27-pound feline, first published in 1978, is known for his laziness, wry remarks and love of lasagna. The script, written by Toy Story scribes Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow, focuses on the rivalry between Garfield and Odie. The feature is live-action, with a computer-generated Garfield. Meyer, repped by the Gersh Agency, Brillstein-Grey Entertainment and attorney David Webber, has numerous film and television credits to his name, including the features Kate & Leopold, Rat Race, Road Trip and Go. Jennifer Love Hewitt, repped by CAA, recently wrapped shooting Intermedia Films' If Only. »

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Meg's Shocking Outburst

6 January 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Blonde star Meg Ryan proved she's still a big hitter in terms of bad behavior by screaming at a beleaguered shop assistant in the New York store Barney's recently. The Kate And Leopold star was shopping for hats in the world-famous department store when she lost her temper in great style. A source says, "Meg was yelling at this poor girl that she had kept her waiting. I was really shocked because she always plays such sweet characters in movies." The turbulent scene became so intense that the store manager intervened, whereupon hot-headed Ryan, 41, threw him $100 for a $35 bill. She then retorted, "Keep the change - I'm outta here." »

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