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The Overlooked Hotel, having found a spare room for Stephen Tobolowsky, now welcomes another deserving guest, the late, great Jt Walsh. You know, that really talented guy from that thing you really like.
Jt Walsh, in many ways the definitive supporting character actor, passed away suddenly in 1998. He succumbed to a heart attack at the relatively tender age of 54, but left behind a quite astonishingly varied and accomplished body of work, despite never being nominated for anything other than a Primetime Emmy and a couple of SAG cast awards. If nothing else, this amply demonstrates that far too often, real talent goes unrewarded and although (of course) not every0ne can be lavished with awards and in any given year the same performance is likely to hoover up every award going, the fact that Walsh never received an Oscar, Golden Globe or SAG award (or even a solo nomination) is a glaring omission. »
- Dave Roper
There have been earlier versions of the popular Rudyard Kipling series of jungle stories, collectively known as Jungle Book, most notably the1942 version starring Sabu, the Disney animated musical classic in 1967, and the 1994 version. Now Warner Bros. is making another version, and according to the Hollywood Reporter, they are negotiating with Ron Howard (Splash, Cocoon, Parenthood, Backdraft, Apollo 13, Ransom, A Beautiful Mind, the Cinderella Man, the Da Vinci Code, Frost/Nixon, Angels and Demons) to helm the project.
Until recently, the movie was meant to be directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (21 Grams) but he pulled out of the project after only a month due to scheduling commitments with other projects. The film is being written by Callie Kloves. Like previous versions, »
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2 items from 2014
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