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Hopeful Film Maker Gets Help From Steven Spielberg

22 November 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

A budding film maker who logged onto director Steven Spielberg's website, is to have his own film showcased on the site. Josh Meeter, who logged on to watch Spielberg's bagelcam - a camera he installed in a bagel in the canteen of his upcoming movie A.I. (2001), posted a message on the bulletin board asking Spielberg to check out a short film he made. Spielberg, who liked the film, titled Award Showdown, which features a claymation Spielberg fighting with a claymation George Lucas, is going to showcase it on the Internet site next month. But it'll have some competition - Spielberg and his site co- founder, Grinch director Ron Howard, are both making an animated short film, each starring a caricature of themselves, to be shown on the Internet. Howard and Spielberg will be posting the animated films in December and January. »

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Robin Williams To Play Liberace

25 August 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Robin Williams is set to play Liberace in a new film about the flamboyant singer's life. Robin will also produce the movie titled simply "Liberace" which is to be directed by Philip Kaufman. Born Wladziu Valentino Liberace, the entertainer was a child prodigy who was a concert soloist at the age of 11 and performed with symphony orchestras in his teens. Liberace became a star in the 1950s with his records as well as television and film appearances. He made headlines in 1959, when he successfully sued Britain's Daily Mirror for implying he was gay. UPDATE: Williams' co-manager, David Steinberg of MBST Entertainment, denied rumors of Williams developing or starring in the Liberace project Friday, saying Williams was offered the project but has made no commitment to it as of yet. On the other hand, he did confirm that Williams would be taking the role of the narrator in Steven Spielberg's A.I. (2001), a project Spielberg took over after the death of Stanley Kubrick, who had been developing it. »

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Haley Joel Osment Sick Of Supernatural

21 August 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Haley Joel Osment has grown sick and tired of people demanding he talk about the supernatural. The 12-year-old actor, who shot to fame with his performance opposite Bruce Willis in Sixth Sense, The (1999), is becoming increasingly fed up with his friends, family and fans insisting he discuss ghosts. And on Osment's new movie A.I. (2001), directed by Steven Spielberg, the cast and crew have been ordered not to talk about eerie things. A source says, "He is not being a brat or a prima donna. He is just sick of it. It's gotten to the point where it's driving the little fellow crazy." »

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Jude Law Starts A.I. Next Month

26 July 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Jude Law will fly to America next month to begin shooting Stanley Kubrick's unfinished movie A.I. (2001). Steven Spielberg took over the movie after Kubrick died last year and has now made the project his number one priority. Other confirmed actors include Sixth Sense, The (1999) star Haley Joel Osment - on a salary of $2 million and Mansfield Park (1999) actress Frances O'Connor. Law plays the major role of Gigolo Joe in this 21st century Pinocchio, set in a time after the polar ice caps have melted and man is dependent upon Artificially Intelligent robots to manage the earth. Haley Joel Osment plays a robot-boy who embarks on an emotional journey. Filming will take place in Los Angeles, other West Coast locations and The Caribbean. The movie is currently scheduled for release on June 21st 2001. Law's publicist confirms, "Jude's relaxing at the moment. Next month he flies over to the States to begin shooting with Spielberg. " He adds, "Spielberg has a tremendous visual imagination. He'll do a fantastic job of this movie." »

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Supporting Actors Get Together For A. I. Role

29 March 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Best Supporting Actor nominees Jude Law and Haley Joel Osment are set to team up in Steven Spielberg's massive movie project A.I. (2001). Law has already signed up for the movie, and 11-year-old Osment is expected to join in the next week for a role in what would have been Stanley Kubrick's next film project. The pint sized Sixth Sense, The (1999) star has even tried to help Spielberg cast the actress who will play his mother - and asked Julianne Moore if she fancied the role during Sunday's Oscar ceremony. But Osment was disappointed, as Moore was unable to take on the commitment due to pre-arranged movie roles. Set in the future, A.I. (2001) is about robots with artificial intelligence who live in a time when the polar ice-caps have melted and New York is under water. »

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