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5 items from 2003

Jackson joins ensemble for indie 'Borealis'

1 December 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Dawson's Creek alum Joshua Jackson is joining Donald Sutherland, Juliette Lewis and Louise Fletcher in the indie Aurora Borealis. The project is lensing in Toronto. James Burke is helming from a script by Brent Boyd. Borealis centers on a troubled young man (Jackson) struggling to right himself after the premature death of his father. Sutherland and Fletcher play his grandparents, with Lewis starring as the home assistant to Sutherland's character who winds up as Jackson's love interest. Entitled Entertainment -- the production partnership between Burke and Scott Disharoon -- is producing in association with Rick Bieber Prods. Individual producing credits go to Disharoon and Bieber. Jackson is repped by WMA and Michael Bircumshaw at Water Street Management. Since the end of Creek, Jackson has worked on the indie Americano, with Dennis Hopper and Leonor Varela, I Love Your Work, for director Adam Goldberg, and as part of the voice talent in Racing Stripes. Lewis is repped by WMA and manager Brandy Lewis. She most recently starred in Old School and Cold Creek Manor. She next appears in Blueberry and Starsky & Hutch. Sutherland is repped by CAA. He next stars in Cold Mountain. Fletcher is repped by Bauman, Redanty & Shaul. She won an Oscar for her work in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Boyd is repped by Rogers Hartmann and manager Noah Rosen. »

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Nicholson Backs French Actors

11 July 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Legendary actor Jack Nicholson pledged his support to striking French actors when they interrupted his film shoot in Paris. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest star Nicholson was filming recently on a bridge over the river Seine when protestors walked on to the set and refused to leave. Nicholson, wearing his trademark dark glasses, picked up a loudhailer to address the group and ask what the problem was. When hit with response that artists' rights were being threatened, he sympathetically replied in broken French, "The struggle continues!" After discussions with the protesters, the production crew decided to call a halt to filming for the day. The protests are over government plans to change Gallic actors and other arts workers' unemployment benefits - a dispute which has already caused the cancellation of a string of events across the country. »

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Douglas inks for repping at Endeavor

9 July 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Academy Award-winning actor and producer Michael Douglas has signed with Endeavor for representation. Douglas, who has starred in more than 35 films, won an Oscar for his role as Gordon Gekko in Oliver Stone's Wall Street. His other films include Romancing the Stone, Fatal Attraction and Wonder Boys. Douglas also won an Oscar for producing One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. "Michael Douglas is an incredibly talented actor and producer, and we are thrilled to be working with him," the Endeavor partners said. "Michael is an icon in the industry, having starred in and produced more than 50 projects during his brilliant career. We look forward to working with him on his next 50 projects." The actor most recently starred in The In-Laws and starred in and produced It Runs in the Family, which also featured his father, Kirk, and his son, Cameron. He is developing Monkeyface for Franchise Pictures, which will see him star opposite wife Catherine Zeta-Jones. Douglas was previously represented by WMA. »

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Jack Seeks a Woman of Substance

21 May 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Triple Oscar winner Jack Nicholson has never settled down - because he is yet to find a woman who is his equal. The star of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest is famed for partying and a lifelong string of romantic liaisons. And although Jack was involved with Angelica Huston for 17 years, he claims he has never found a woman who can handle his wild ways. Nicholson says, "A good-looking girl is one thing. For any sort of relationship, I need an intelligent woman who has her own independence. Otherwise there is no fun and there can't be any equality. I would say I have been lucky with women. There is a down side, though. Have I found true love - whatever that is? Can I honestly say that I have found true happiness with a variety of women? I envy those who have - good luck to them. I have stayed single so long because I have never had to explain. There's been nobody sneaking around me with a camera to make trouble with my wife, so I have never had to worry about going out. What is there to report if there are no scandals?" »

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Zeta-Jones To Put Oscar in Front of Michael's

25 March 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Oscar-winning beauty Catherine Zeta-Jones says she will place her award in front of the two her husband Michael Douglas has previously won. The Chicago actress - who is eight and a half months pregnant - says that she will be taking the statuette back to her homeland of Wales. And she vows it will stand ahead of Douglas' gongs for producing One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and acting in Wall Street. She says, "I'll be putting this one in the middle of my husband's two Oscars, but a little bit in front of his. I'm taking my Oscar home, to show everyone in Wales. And no, I'm not naming my child Oscar." »

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