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Harris gets one more try with Oscar

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

NEW YORK -- Richard Harris, who died Friday, could still be the focus of one last Oscar campaign. Indie distributor First Look Pictures will roll out My Kingdom, featuring Harris in his last starring role, for a qualifying awards run Dec. 6. Harris nabbed a best actor nomination at the British Independent Film Awards for his role in Kingdom after the movie's release in the U.K. several weeks ago. The film, which had its world premiere at the recent Toronto International Film Festival, is billed as a "modern British gangster" story inspired by Shakespeare's King Lear. Directed by Don Boyd (Twenty-One), and produced through Sky Pictures, Kingdom also stars Lynn Redgrave. Harris was twice nominated for a best actor Academy Award during his lifetime. »

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