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Hannigan will meet Perry onstage

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

Alyson Hannigan is set to play Sally to Luke Perry's Harry. The actress has just been cast in the London stage version of Rob Reiner's 1989 film When Harry Met Sally, playing the part originally made famous by Meg Ryan. Directed by Loveday Ingram, the production is set to unveil in previews Feb. 10 with an official opening Feb. 20 at the Theatre Royal in London. Produced by James Tod, When Harry Met Sally is scheduled to run for 16 weeks. Marcy Kahan adapted Nora Ephron's script for the stage. It will find Hannigan and Perry as longtime friends who keep bumping into each other through the years while they separately search for love, always afraid to hook up with each other for fear that sex will ruin their good friendship. Hannigan is repped by Innovative Artists and manager Steve Lovett and Lovett Management. She is best known for her work as Willow on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as well as her part in the American Pie franchise as the flute-toting love interest of Jason Biggs' character. »

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Diaz and Witherspoon Head To West End Stage?

8 December 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Screen beauties Cameron Diaz and Reese Witherspoon are poised to battle for the lead role in the London stage version of When Harry Met Sally. Whoever wins the coveted role will join Luke Perry - who's signed up to play Harry - for the West End adaptation of the hit 1989 comedy starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. And the female star will have to recreate Ryan's legendary "Yes, yes, yes" scene, where she fakes an orgasm whilst dining with Crystal. Producer James Tod says, "We will definitely be keeping the simulated orgasm scene in there." »

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Luke Perry To Star in Stage Version of 'When Harry Met Sally'

2 December 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

TV hunk Luke Perry is stepping into Billy Crystal's shoes by starring in the stage version of hit movie When Harry Met Sally next year. The Beverly Hills, 90210 star will make his debut on London's West End stage when the play opens at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on February 20. Theatre bosses have yet to cast the role of Sally because they're holding out for the perfect girl. Producer James Tod says, "The chemistry is so important." The play is based on director Rob Reiner's hit 1989 film, which stars Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan as a couple whose on/off friendship eventually materializes into love. »

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Ryan Proud of Nude Scenes

10 September 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actress Meg Ryan feels comfortable with the explicit sex scenes she performed in her new film - because she had the right director. The When Harry Met Sally star has taken a break from the lighter fare that usually helps her score big at the box office to star in The Piano helmer Jane Campion's edgy In The Cut. The demanding role was originally slated for Nicole Kidman, no stranger to on-screen nudity, but she dropped out following the stress of her split from Tom Cruise. Ryan knows that baring her body may shock some fans who expect her to stay squeaky clean, and admits she wasn't totally comfortable with filming the intense love scenes - but she had complete faith in Campion, which made it easier. She told journalists at the Toronto Film Festival, where In The Cut made its debut yesterday, "I think the scenes are really good though, I think they're very honest. Jane didn't want them to be coy, so I don't think they are at all. And I love how much dialogue is in those scenes. That's what makes them really intimate. It was the right movie with the right director and the right character. I've seen her movies before and I think she's very trustworthy." »

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Ryan Finds Love Again

10 February 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Blonde star Meg Ryan has found love again with an unknown actor - just as her former husband and boyfriend plan to wed. Ryan has been spotted on cozy dates with 31-year-old Chicago Hope television actor William Keane. Meanwhile, her ex-husband Dennis Quaid and former beau Russell Crowe, with whom she had a torrid affair, are arranging to wed respective girlfriends Anna Poche and Danielle Spencer. In a When Harry Met Sally-style story, the actress has known Keane for 10 years but their friendship has not been romantic until recently. A pal says, "They got together over the Christmas holidays, spent a romantic New Year's Eve together, then took a trip to New York, where they held hands as they strolled the streets of Manhattan, dined out and played in the snow." »

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