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'Jelly' jams with helmer Robinson

20 August 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Grammy-nominated video helmer Chris Robinson has come aboard to direct Warner Bros. Pictures' Jelly Beans. Overbrook Entertainment is producing Jelly Beans, which aims to go into production in late fall or early next year. Robinson continues to remain attached to Columbia Pictures' Static, though it remains to be seen which one will go into production first and mark the helmer's feature directorial debut. The project is described as a music-oriented feature in the vein of Saturday Night Fever set in an Atlanta roller-skating rink. »

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Travolta In Fire Drama

15 April 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood legend John Travolta feared for his life when a stunt went dramatically wrong on the set of his new movie and caused a massive fire. The Saturday Night Fever hero had to be rescued for a blazing building while training to be a firefighter in current flick Ladder 49, in which he co-stars with Joaquin Phoenix. Big-boned Travolta reminisces, "We had to locate a door and get out while dealing with real smoke and fire. But we got lost." Genuine firemen were called to the scene and pulled the two stars to safety. A Hollywood spy says, "It was a very frightening situation. Travolta and Phoenix were trapped. Fortunately they were both ok and Travolta laughed it off." »

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End for the Bee Gees

23 January 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Disco legends the Bee Gees will never perform again, after the death of Maurice Gibb. Two remaining bandmembers Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb say they cannot perform using the name without Robin's twin Maurice - who died in a Miami hospital last week. But the Saturday Night Fever hitmakers insists the split doesn't mean the end of all musical ventures. Robin says, "I think the important thing is we go forward for Maurice. We don't want to be the Bee Gees again. I think me and Barry have agreed to that. Anything we do, we will do together, but as brothers and not under the name of the Bee Gees. That will be reserved in history as the three of us." The group had hits from the sixties right up until the present day, and are the fifth biggest-selling act in history. Maurice, 53, died from complications arising from a congenital twisted intestine. »

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Bee Gee Maurice Gibb Dies

13 January 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Maurice Gibb, one of the three brothers who formed the Bee Gees in the 1960s, has died in hospital after collapsing at his Florida home on Thursday. The 53-year-old "Staying Alive" hitmaker, who was once married to '60s British pop singer Lulu, had been in a critical condition following an operation to remove an intestinal blockage. His wife Yvonne and two children were by his side at the Mount Sinai Medical Centre in Miami. His family has released a statement Sunday which says, "It is with great sadness and sorrow that we regretfully announce the passing of Maurice Gibb this morning. His love and enthusiasm and energy for life remain an inspiration to all of us. We will all deeply miss him." Yesterday Maurice's family and fans were hopeful that the singer was showing signs of recovery, but the family's statement reveals he died at 1am. As part of the Bee Gees with twin brother Robin and elder brother Barry, Maurice started his singing career in the 1950s when the trio was originally known as the Brothers Gibb. As the Bee Gees, the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever brought them their biggest hits including "How Deep Is Your Love" and "Night Fever." »

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Bee Gee Maurice in Critical Intensive Care

10 January 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The Bee Gees' Maurice Gibb is critically ill in a hospital today after suffering a suspected heart attack. The Saturday Night Fever hitmaker collapsed at his home in Florida and was rushed to hospital. There doctors operated on him immediately and discovered major stomach problems. A spokesperson says, "Maurice has undergone surgery for an intestinal blockage. He is in critical intensive care. We are awaiting a full medical prognosis later today but everyone is very, very worried." At Maurice's bedside are wife Yvonne and children Adam and Samantha. Brother and fellow bandmember Barry Gibb has visited him with pop megastar Michael Jackson, with whom he was working. Maurice's twin brother and other Bee Gee member Robin Gibb is preparing to fly to America from his home in Thame, Britain. A source says, "Obviously Robin is absolutely distraught. He has put all his work on hold and is waiting anxiously for further news." Maurice, 53, was previously married to Scottish pop star Lulu and has enjoyed huge musical success since the 1960's with the Bee Gees. »

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