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Make-Up Artist D'Amore and Husband Found Dead

21 December 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Emmy award winning make-up artist Hallie D'Amore and her photographer husband Richard were found dead on Friday at their home in Venice, California. Hallie D'Amore, 64, who was nominated for an Academy Award in 1995 for her work on Forrest Gump, apparently shot her husband Richard, 66, multiple times before turning the gun on herself. Investigators said they did not know what drove her to kill her husband and herself, but said the two, who recently celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary, were having marital problems. Hallie D'Amore won an Emmy award for the HBO made-for-TV movie Normal in 2003 and was nominated for 1995's Buffalo Girls and 1993's Gypsy. Richard D'Amore was known for his moody landscapes, nudes and architectural photographs, which caught the eye of Hollywood celebrities including Michelle Pfeiffer, Ted Danson and Rob Lowe, among others. Captain Ed Winter of the Los Angeles County Coroner's office said police found a note, but were unsure whether it was a suicide note. Police believe the shooting occurred on Thursday and the couple were found the next day by one of their co-workers. »

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'Da Vinci' bests 'X-Men' o'seas

19 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

As it has for the past five weekends, Sony Pictures International Releasing's The Da Vinci Code dominated internationally, grossing an estimated $15.2 million from 7,800 screens in 83 territories, elevating its total overseas tally to $480 million. Ron Howard's film adaptation of Dan Brown's best-seller remains No. 1 in the key markets of Japan, Italy and Germany (where it actually jumped 10% from last weekend) while holding strongly in Spain (No. 2), the U.K. (No. 3) and France (No. 4). With a worldwide total gross of $678.5 million, Da Vinci is the 13th biggest international smash of all time, and this week will surpass 1994's Forrest Gump as Tom Hanks' biggest hit ever. »

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'Da Vinci' bests 'X-Men' o'seas

19 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

As it has for the past five weekends, Sony Pictures International Releasing's The Da Vinci Code dominated internationally, grossing an estimated $15.2 million from 7,800 screens in 83 territories, elevating its total overseas tally to $480 million. Ron Howard's film adaptation of Dan Brown's best-seller remains No. 1 in the key markets of Japan, Italy and Germany (where it actually jumped 10% from last weekend) while holding strongly in Spain (No. 2), the U.K. (No. 3) and France (No. 4). With a worldwide total gross of $678.5 million, Da Vinci is the 13th biggest international smash of all time, and this week will surpass 1994's Forrest Gump as Tom Hanks' biggest hit ever. »

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'Da Vinci' bests 'X-Men' o'seas

18 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

As it has for the past five weekends, Sony Pictures International Releasing's The Da Vinci Code dominated internationally, grossing an estimated $15.2 million from 7,800 screens in 83 territories, elevating its total overseas tally to $480 million. Ron Howard's film adaptation of Dan Brown's best-seller remains No. 1 in the key markets of Japan, Italy and Germany (where it actually jumped 10% from last weekend) while holding strongly in Spain (No. 2), the U.K. (No. 3) and France (No. 4). With a worldwide total gross of $678.5 million, Da Vinci is the 13th biggest international smash of all time, and this week will surpass 1994's Forrest Gump as Tom Hanks' biggest hit ever. »

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'Da Vinci' bests 'X-Men' o'seas

18 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

As it has for the past five weekends, Sony Pictures International Releasing's The Da Vinci Code dominated internationally, grossing an estimated $15.2 million from 7,800 screens in 83 territories, elevating its total overseas tally to $480 million. Ron Howard's film adaptation of Dan Brown's best-seller remains No. 1 in the key markets of Japan, Italy and Germany (where it actually jumped 10% from last weekend) while holding strongly in Spain (No. 2), the U.K. (No. 3) and France (No. 4). With a worldwide total gross of $678.5 million, Da Vinci is the 13th biggest international smash of all time, and this week will surpass 1994's Forrest Gump as Tom Hanks' biggest hit ever. »

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Hanks Hails 'Space Odyssey' As His Favorite Film

14 April 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks has hailed sci-fi adventure 2001: A Space Odyssey as his favorite film of all time. The Forrest Gump star insists he "can't see enough" of the 1968 Stanley Kubrick-directed movie, because it involves the audience in a unique way. He says, "That's what I'm looking for when I go to see a film, just like any other cinema-goer. The period, the topic or the genre don't matter to me. The only thing that matters for me is: 'boy, what would you do if that were you?"' He also listed 1972 mafia movie The Godfather, crime thriller Fargo, violent high school drama Elephant and Boogie Nights among his top five all-time favorites. »

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Revolution exec Borders to head D'Works Ani unit

11 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Gloria Borders has joined DreamWorks Animation as head of PDI/DreamWorks at the studio's Redwood City campus in Silicon Valley. Borders takes over for Patti Burke, who is transitioning into a senior consultant role at the company. Borders will oversee all production and operations at the Northern California facility. Borders comes to PDI from Revolution Studios, where she was head of postproduction since 2000. Before that, she spent several years at Skywalker Sound as vp and general manager. While at Skywalker, she won an Academy Award in sound effects editing for her work on Terminator 2: Judgment Day and received an Academy Award nomination for her work as supervising sound editor on Forrest Gump. »

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