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Sarandon casts her lot with 'Bones'

27 July 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Susan Sarandon is joining the cast of Peter Jackson's film adaptation of Alice Sebold's novel The Lovely Bones.

Sarandon will play the character of Grandma Lynn, the mother to the character played by Rachel Weisz. The cast also includes Ryan Gosling and newcomer Saoirse Ronan.

The film, a Dreamworks production in association with Film Four, tells the story of a girl who is murdered but then continues to observe her family after her death.

Jackson has co-written the screenplay with Philippa Boyens and Fran Walsh. Carolynne Cunningham, Jackson, Walsh, and Aimee Peyronnet will serve as producers. Executive producing will be Film 4's Tessa Ross, Ken Kamins and Jim Wilson.

The project is scheduled to begin filming in October in Pennsylvania and New Zealand, and will be distributed worldwide by Paramount Pictures.

A five time Oscar nominee, Sarandon won an Academy Award for 1995's Dead Man Walking. Her credits also include Stepmom, Thelma & Louise, Bull Durham, The Witches of Eastwick, and Atlantic City.

The actress' upcoming films include Mr. Woodcock, In the Valley of Elah, and Enchanted. »

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Burg, Koules to get ShoWest producing nod

9 March 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Mark Burg and Oren Koules will be honored with the ShoWest Award of Excellence in Producing at the annual convention, which kicks off Monday at the Paris and Bally's hotels in Las Vegas.

The producers launched Lionsgate's Saw franchise in 2004.

Said Mitch Neuhauser, co-managing director of ShoWest, "Burg and Koules have successfully reinvented the modern-day horror film."

They will be honored Wednesday at the Lionsgate luncheon.

The success of the first "Saw" led to a distribution deal with Lionsgate and the subsequent formation of the pair's production company, Twisted Pictures. In 2005, Burg and Koules produced Saw II, which opened at No. 1 on Halloween weekend and became that year's top-grossing horror movie. The subsequent Saw III opened at No. 1 in North America, the U.K. and Australia during the weekend of Oct. 27. Saw IV is in preproduction.

Burg's early producing credits include Bull Durham and Can't Buy Me Love. He served for several years as president of Island Pictures, where he produced or executive produced such films as Toy Soldiers, Airheads, The Cure, Don't Be a Menace and The Gingerbread Man. Koules began his film career in the mid-1990s, when he partnered with Dale Pollock in Peak Prods. »

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