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Here's 'Waldo': Schultz to direct

31 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

John Schultz, who directed this summer's basketball comedy Like Mike, has come aboard to direct Paramount Pictures/Nickelodeon Films' Where's Waldo. A late-summer 2003 start date is being planned. The project, based on Martin Handford's illustrated children's book series of the same name, is about a lanky, bespectacled boy in a red-and-white striped hat who travels through various scenes throughout the world and throughout time. The feature film version, adapted for the screen by Adam Rifkin, is described as Back to the Future meets Inspector Gadget. It centers on Waldo, now 30 years old, who is a janitor/inventor who ends up traveling through time after accidentally activating a malfunctioning travel machine. There is also a love story component to the project. Tony Ludwig and Alan Riche are producing Waldo. Schultz and Rifkin are both repped by CAA. Schultz, additionally repped by attorney Jason Sloane, directed Drive Me Crazy and Bandwagon, which he also wrote and produced. »

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Christopher Lloyd Sued by Ex

27 September 2002 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Screen veteran Christopher Lloyd is being sued by his ex-wife - 30 years after the couple divorced. The wild-haired actor, best known for playing Dr. Emmett Brown in the Back To The Future trilogy, has been accused of underpaying his first wife Catherine Boyd Lloyd's alimony. The pair were married in 1959 and divorced 12 years later after signing an agreement that the actor would pay his ex-spouse $1,500 per month until she remarried or died. While the 63-year-old went on to remarry and then divorce Carol Vanek, Catherine has remained single and claims the star owes her more than $200,000 in payment. »

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