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Winona Ryder's Doctor Charged

24 July 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The doctor who had his license revoked for prescribing painkillers to troubled Hollywood starlet Winona Ryder has been charged with illegally practicing medicine. Jules Lusman lost his license in December after he was shamed for prescribing addictive painkillers to a number of Hollywood luminaries, including the pretty Edward Scissorhands actress. In the latest twist in Lusman's story he is accused of illicitly injecting two women with Botox and Perlane at his palatial home in Brentwood, California. »

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Vinton Studios gets date with Burton's 'Bride'

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

Vinton Studios has signed on to produce Tim Burton's stop-motion animated film The Corpse Bride for Warner Bros. Pictures. The project, set to begin lensing in November in London, marks the first full-length feature to hail from the Portland, Ore.-based Vinton Studios. Bride is based on a 19th century Eastern European folk tale and is described as an offbeat fable about a young man who inadvertently becomes betrothed to a corpse. Burton is attached to produce Bride, which is being adapted for the screen by Caroline Thompson (Edward Scissorhands) and directed by first-time helmer Mike Johnson. »

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Thompson tames 'Lionboy' script for DreamWorks

16 April 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Edward Scissorhands scribe Caroline Thompson has been hired to adapt the high-profile project Lionboy for DreamWorks and studio-based producers Team Todd. Thompson, who will receive high-six against low-seven figures, will pen a screenplay based on the novel written by Louisa Young and her daughter Isabelle. It's set in London in the near future and centers on a boy named Charlie Ashanti who was scratched by a leopard when he was a baby and thus can communicate with cats. As a child, he teams up with a band of circus lions to track down his parents, who have been kidnapped. Lionboy, which has drawn comparisons to Harry Potter, is the first of three books in a series and is expected to launch a franchise for the studio. The latter two books have yet to be published and are still untitled. The tone and genre of the book are said to fit into Thompson's body of work, which includes such family adventure and fantasy films as The Addams Family, The Secret Garden, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Team Todd sisters Suzanne and Jennifer Todd will produce Lionboy. At the studio, production executive Claire Rudnick-Polstein is overseeing. Thompson is repped by ICM and attorney Walter Teller. »

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Court Frowns on Winona's Auction Plan

8 April 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actress Winona Ryder's plan to hold a charity auction to sell the $5,500 worth of clothes and accessories she stole is now looking unlikely - Beverly Hills Superior Court Judge Elden Fox is reluctant to buy into the idea. Although Judge Fox praised the 31-year-old Edward Scissorhands star for completing the community service part of her three-year-probation ahead of schedule, he sparred with her lawyer Mark Geragos over whether she could dispose of the merchandise by holding a charity auction. Ryder - sentenced on December 6 last year for shoplifting from the Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills, California - had to pay $10,000 in fines and restitution, and became the owner of the property. Judge Fox told Mr. Geragos, "Your client should not benefit from her crime." However, he postponed making a final ruling. Mr. Geragos told the judge it was "ironic" that the court would turn down such a money- making opportunity in the face of the county court system's steep budget problems. He said, "It seems awful silly to take thousands of dollars of merchandise and burn it in a bonfire." »

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Moss and Hack Not Engaged

10 March 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Supermodel Kate Moss is denying reports she's planning to marry her publisher boyfriend Jefferson Hack - even though photographs clearly reveal a sparkly ring on her wedding finger. The British babe, who has previously been linked to Edward Scissorhands actor Johnny Depp, has no immediate intention of marrying long-term beau Hack. The 29-year-old says, "No, he hasn't proposed. I haven't thought about it. He's the sweetest man I've ever met - definitely." »

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