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4 items from 2006

Scorsese finally gets some Satisfaction

1 November 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links > Martin Scorsese > Paramount Pictures > The Departed After the critical and box office success with The Departed, Paramount Pictures has announced that they are contiuing the collaboration – picking up the North American rights to Martin Scorsese’s next project, which has been in gestation for a long time now and finally, after having them musically be a part of his feature films (e.g. Goodfellas) the aging Martin Scorsese will get to create with the aging rockers know as the Rolling Stones. Fans of either The Last Waltz and No Direction Home: Bob Dylan have an idea of what to expect, but as The Hollywood Reporter reports this will include an A-list of cinematographers Mitch Amundsen (2nd unit, "Mission: Impossible III"), Stuart Dryburgh ("The Piano"), Robert Elswit ("Good Night, and Good Luck"), Ellen Kuras ("Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"), Andrew Lesnie ("The Lord of the Rings »

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Lansbury Commits To First Broadway Run in 23 Years

25 October 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Nanny McPhee actress Angela Lansbury will return to Broadway after 23 years away from the New York stage when she stars in the new Terrence McNally play Deuce next year. Co-starring with Mona Lisa Smile star Marian Seldes, Lansbury will appear in the first Broadway show since completing her Tony Award winning leading role in Mame in 1984. However, the Murder, She Wrote actress, will be trying out her stage shoes when she participates in a one-off benefit for the York Company in This Is On Me: An Evening Of Dorothy Parker next month. The Michael Blakemore-directed Deuce is scheduled for a May opening at the Music Box Theater. »

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Roberts To Be the Face of Avon

1 June 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Julia Roberts will sign up to be a spokesmodel for cosmetic company Avon this week, according to reports. Just a month after she was dropped as the face of Christian Dior make-up, the Mona Lisa Smile actress and mother of two is ready to agree a $2 to $4 million deal with Avon, reports Roberts will join Salma Hayek, who is currently the face of Avon. »

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Witherspoon Beats Roberts' Record

28 February 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Legally Blonde actress Reese Witherspoon has surpassed Hollywood superstar Julia Roberts to become the highest paid actress of all time. The Just Like Heaven star, will earn $29 million for upcoming horror film Our Family Trouble - beating the $24 million 38-year-old Roberts was reportedly paid for Mona Lisa Smile. The 29-year-old is widely tipped to win the Best Actress award for Walk The Line at Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony for her acclaimed role in the Johnny Cash biopic. »

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