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Blu-ray Release Date: Aug. 12, 2014
Price: Blu-ray $29.95
Studio: Twilight Time
Directed by Steve Rash, the movie sketches the tale of the rock-and-roll legend Buddy Holly (Busey), a Texas boy whose musical imagination changed the face of popular music. Busey and his on-screen bandmates (Charles Martin Smith, Don Stroud) played and sang Holly’s landmark songs (including “That’ll Be the Day,” “Maybe Baby,” “Peggy Sue,” and “Not Fade Away”) live for the film, which won an Academy Award for Joe Renzetti for Best Musical Score Adaptation.
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Ben Elton and The Wiggles may seem a strange combination but the Englishman is attached to write and direct a movie featuring the Australian group.
Entitled The Wiggles- Pandamonium!, the movie will follow the quartet as they race against time and employ their unique talents to overcome mysterious challenges to return a lost baby panda to his family.
The producers are Paul Field, who manages the group and is the brother of co-founder Anthony Field, Michael Wrenn and Gary Hamilton. Anthony is the executive producer. The project was one of the recipients of the latest round of development funding from Screen Australia.
Elton was a Wiggles fan when his twins were growing up. .The Wiggles are setting records for attendances for their shows in Australia, with 90 sold-out shows so far,. Paul Field told If.. .So a new generation of Wiggles fans has embraced Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony as their own. »
- Don Groves
2 items from 2014
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