6 items from 2013
Producers said Thursday the new work will be directed and choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon and have a story by Craig Lucas. Bob Crowley has been tapped to make the sets and costumes. The story centers on a romantic tangle in post-war Paris.
The score includes the songs “I Got Rhythm,” “S’Wonderful,” “But Not for Me,” “Stairway to Paradise,” “Our Love Is Here to Stay,” and “They Can’t Take That Away. »
- Associated Press
Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments. "But Not for Me" Tweetable Logline: A hip hop musical love story Elevator Pitch: "But Not For Me" is a philosophical hip hop musical love story that tells the story of two Millenials, disillusioned with the state of society and their leveraged role in it, who come together to make music in an effort to give meaning to their existences. It tackles the disaffection that young people face at a time when they are being increasingly alienated from the American dream, as well as the psychological toll that this takes on their optimism regarding their personal and professional prospects. Production Team:Ryan Carmichael (writer/director) - Nyu Grad »
There was a time when Kerry Washington willingly shared the details of her love life - but those days are long gone. "I learned through experience that it doesn't work for me to talk about my personal life," the actress, 36, tells Glamour in its October issue. "I've had earlier times in my career when I did talk about it," explains Washington, who appeared on the cover of InStyle Weddings in 2005 while engaged to actor David Moscow. The couple split in 2007. "But I couldn't just turn around and say, 'I only want to talk about the good stuff, but not the bad stuff, »
- Lee Hernandez
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And in the October issue of Glamour, Washington opens up about the relationship -- as much as she ever intends to.
"I'm walking around in the world with my ring. And when people say congratulations, I say thank you. But I'm going to continue to not talk about it and just let it unfold," the Emmy-nominee says. "I don't want to sound smug about it, but the point is to do what's best for me. I have girlfriends in this business who talk about their personal lives, and it works for them, and I love it. But not for me."
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Of keeping her private life private, she adds, "I »
Doris Day today Doris Day, who turned 89 last April 24, was a special guest at the Nancy for Frank show — that’s Nancy Sinatra for Frank Sinatra — on SiriusXM Radio channel 71. The Doris Day photo above was posted on Nancy for Frank‘s Facebook page and on the Frank Sinatra Family Forum. (See also: Doris Day photo, with furry friend.) The Doris Day special was aired in two parts in late June 2013. The radio show consisted of Nancy Sinatra chatting with Day, in addition to musical interludes featuring Doris Day songs such as "I’ll String You Along with Me," "But Not for Me," "I’ll See You in My Dreams," and "Hooray for Hollywood," plus two versions of "I Didn’t Know What Time It Was" — one sang by Day, another sang by Frank Sinatra. Doris Day and Frank Sinatra made only movie together, Gordon Douglas’ 1954 musical drama Young at Heart, »
- Andre Soares
Eva Mendes is mostly known for her work in big-budget studio flicks, and she isn't sure why. "I have actually done a lot more independents than big pictures, and nobody ever brings that part up," she tells us while doing press for her upcoming film the (relatively) small-budget, "The Place Beyond the Pines." She has a point. Last year, Mendes starred in the dreamy psychedelic flick "Holy Motors." Prior to that, it was a role in Massy Tajedin's "Last Night." In "Pines," she plays Romina, a woman coming to grips with a child she had with a vigilante / motorcycle stunt driver Luke (played by real-life boyfriend Ryan Gosling). Here, Mendes is completely dressed down, playing a character who's both physically and emotionally distraught. Needless to say, it's a far cry from her roles in "Hitch" and "Ghost Rider." Mendes spoke with Moviefone about her new film, the movie she wishes got more attention, »
- Alex Suskind
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