9 items from 2013
Let's check in with some of our favorite ladies to see what they're up to, shall we? When I daydream I sometimes imagine Actresses sitting near piles of scripts in eeny-meeny-miney-mo fashion though some of them have larger stacks then others.
Amanda & Charlize
Amanda is on my brain because she had the good taste and self awareness to agree with the world very recently that Mean Girls is still her best performance. She'll next be seen in the porn drama Lovelace, which might have some legal trouble brewing. After that she has a lot of movies lined up but the one I'm curious about at the moment is the western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West.
Seth MacFarlane managed to nab two of the most beautiful and busiest actresses in Hollywood for the film. While he was super annoying as an Oscar host it's important to remember »
- NATHANIEL R
Hollywood titans, who have five Oscars between them, to play ex-lovers in film version of Ann Leary's bestselling novel
Streep will play Hildy Good, a lifelong resident of Boston's North Shore who befriends a beautiful young new arrival while struggling with her own drink problem. De Niro stars as Good's eccentric old flame Frank Getchell, who warns her to steer clear of her new companion.
Streep, 64, and the 69-year-old De Niro are among Hollywood's most decorated stars, with five Oscars and dozens of nominations between them. Streep made her name with an Oscar-winning turn as the fiancee of Christopher Walken's Vietnam infantryman Nick Chevotarevich in Michael Cimino's searing 1978 war drama The Deer Hunter, in which De Niro played staff sergeant Mike Vronsky. »
- Ben Child
The upcoming film will mark the first time that Streep and De Niro have appeared together on the big screen in nearly 20 years.
The Good House is to star Streep as a New England realtor struggling with alcohol addiction as she falls in love with a straight-talking friend (De Niro).
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Michael Cunningham will adapt Ann Leary's novel for the big screen.
The Good House is to be Streep and De Niro's fourth film collaboration.
A production schedule and release date for The Good House is expected »
They.re not exactly Tracy and Hepburn, but Robert De Niro has shared the screen with Meryl Streep three times in the past (The Deer Hunter, Marvin's Room, Falling in Love), and the powerhouse acting talents have just circled the fourth project on which they.ve chosen to collaborate. FilmNation Entertainment has announced that it has acquired the rights to Ann Leary.s bestselling novel The Good House, which will be shaped into a feature-length film for Streep and De Niro to star in. Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunningham (The Hours) will adapt the book for the screen, with Jane Rosenthal and Berry Welsh producing for Tribeca Productions. We knew right away with Jane.s and Michael.s demonstrated talent and Ann.s bestseller that we have the opportunity to create something truly entertaining,. said FilmNation.s Evp Production Karen Lunder. .It is undeniable the authenticity and chemistry Meryl and »
After starring in The Deer Hunter, Falling in Love and Marvin's Room, Oscar winners Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep will reunite for the first time in 16 years for The Good House, an adaptation of the Ann Leary novel of the same name. FilmNation has landed the rights to the novel about Hildy Good (Streep) a recovering alcoholic in New England whose life is thrown into upheaval after becoming friends with Rebecca McCallister, a woman who becomes the subject of the town gossip. But things might get a bit easier when Hildy fires up an old romance with Frank Getchell (De Niro) who has always been a straight-shooter. Here's a more detailed synopsis of the book: Hildy Good is a townie. A lifelong resident of an historic community on the rocky coast of Boston’s North Shore, she knows pretty much everything about everyone. Hildy is a descendant of one »
- Ethan Anderton
While they already have the classic "The Deer Hunter," the underrated "Falling In Love," and the tough indie "Marvin's Room" under their belt, it has been seventeen years since Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep last graced the big screen together. But it looks like we won't have to wait much longer for another movie with the legendary pair as they've got a new project lined up. De Niro and Streep are now both attached to star in the adaptation of the recently published and critically acclaimed book "The Good House" by Ann Leary. Michael Cunningham ("The Hours," "A Home At The End Of The World") will adapt the book, a dramedy that tells the story of a recovering alcoholic finding love once again. Here's the synopsis: The Good House is a wickedly funny look at denial, told through the eyes of Hildy Good (Streep), a New England realtor and »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Streep plays Hildy Good, a New England realtor and not-so-recovering alcoholic whose perfectly compartmentalized life starts to come apart at the seams when she forms a new friendship with Rebecca McCallister.
As Rebecca becomes the subject of town gossip, Hildy rekindles an old flame with Frank Getchell (De Niro), a blunt Yankee, who tries to un-complicate her complicated life.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
The Hollywood heavyweight returns with a family farce this week. Here's a look at some of her most memorable on-screen moments.
Keaton's career began with a bang nearly 45 years ago when cast by Woody Allen in a play that marked the beginning of a long and successful relationship.
With her new film The Big Wedding released in the UK, we asked readers to look back and suggest some of the Hollywood giant's best cinema moments.
Here's our shortlist, featuring suggestions from @AfterDoubt, @MarkClarkMov, @AlecFPrice, @anniea89, @JuanMeyer2001. What have we missed? Let us know below.
Keaton and Allen get to know each other with banter and passive-aggressiveness in the classic Manhattan, before stopping to admire the Queensboro Bridge lit up at night.
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2. Annie Hall
The lobster scene perfectly sums up the unscripted chemistry between Woody and Diane:
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- Paul Frankl
Drake has called an end to his legal war with the disgruntled female vocalist from his hit song "Marvin's Room" -- TMZ has learned, the two parties have settled their dispute.TMZ broke the story ... Ericka Lee sued Drake last year claiming she co-wrote the song, but never got credit ... or paid for that matter. Drake fired back claiming she could pound sand because he never promised to pay her a dime for using her voice on the track. »
- TMZ Staff
9 items from 2013
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