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8 items from 2004

Pink to Write Her Own Movie

8 December 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Pop punk Pink will expose her innermost thoughts and feelings in a big screen adaptation of her private diary. The singer wants to tell her own story, following the decision to postpone a planned biopic of sixties icon Janis Joplin, starring Pink in the lead role. Pink - whose acting experience is limited to a cameo role in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle - says, "I plan to write a film script based on them. They are shocking, inspiring and, above all, true to my heart." She plans to call the movie The Diary of Pink. »

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Five, SPTI renew movie package

13 August 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- The Five channel said Thursday that it has extended its ongoing movie package deal with Sony Pictures Television International, adding a slew of popular movies, some of which will air on the network without having a U.K. pay window. Five has secured pay and free rights to Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Tears of the Sun, with Bruce Willis, and the Charlize Theron starrer Trapped. Five said it expects some of the titles to air as early as November, 15 months after their theatrical debut. These titles will not exploit a U.K. pay window, but instead go straight to terrestrial. The extended deal also covers such terrestrial premieres as Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Anger Management, Bad Boys II, Maid in Manhattan and Daddy Day Care. These titles are set for a pay TV outing. The deal was negotiated by Five head of acquisitions Jeff Ford, who hailed the deal as a first for terrestrial TV. "This is a huge coup for the channel," Ford said. "It means Five will continue to be the leading terrestrial channel for blockbuster premieres." »

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Diaz to Star in 'Starsky' Sequel

23 June 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Movie beauty Cameron Diaz is set to appear in the sequel to Starsky & Hutch, after comic actor Ben Stiller begged her to star in the film with him. Stiller, 38, and comic sidekick Owen Wilson had wanted all three Charlie's Angels - Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore - to make a combined cameo appearance in the follow-up. But, due to other commitments, they have been forced to settle for Diaz alone. »

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Moore and Kutcher Already Married?

6 May 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have secretly married - according to America's In Touch magazine. Sources from the Kabbalah Centre in New York claim the Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle actress, 41, tied the knot with her younger beau, 26, last month. The magazine reports, "One person currently studying Kabbalah says she was informed during a recent class that Demi and Ashton had wed during an hour-long ceremony." In Touch adds the couple plan to announce their newly married status to friends at a party later this year. However, Moore's spokesman insists, "It's not true. They went down there for Passover holiday." »

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Sony, Universal see Gold at movie distrib'n honors

19 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Boxoffice research company Nielsen EDI celebrated movie distribution at the 15th annual Gold Reel Awards by handing out a record 29 awards to films that grossed more than $100 million at the domestic boxoffice at a luncheon held Thursday at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The Hollywood Reporter co-sponsored the event. Sony Pictures and Universal Pictures tied for most awards received with six apiece. Sony picked up awards for Bad Boys II, Anger Management, Something's Gotta Give, S.W.A.T., Daddy Day Care and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. "It doesn't seem that long ago that having one film make $100 million would have been great, but to have six is amazing," said Rory Bruer, Sony president of domestic distribution. »

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CDG prize fitting for Dickson

23 February 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Despite stiff competition at the sixth annual Costume Designers Guild Awards from such superbly crafted films as Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Seabiscuit, it seemed the only person who could beat double-nominee Ngila Dickson was Ngila Dickson. Dickson took home a trophy for her work in both The Last Samurai and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, when the films tied in the excellence in film, period/fantasy category at the awards ceremonies Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Durinda Wood was honored for contemporary film for her designs for A Mighty Wind -- beating out Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Kill Bill-Vol. 1 and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde. »

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'Gigli' Heads Up Razzie Nominations

27 January 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Love split couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez look set to sweep the board at this year's Razzie Awards - their flop film Gigli has picked up an impressive nine nominations. The Martin Brest-directed gangster comedy is nominated in the Worst Picture, Worst On-screen Couple, Worst Director, Worst Screenplay, Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Supporting Actress, Worst Actress and Worst Actor categories. Other nominees in the Worst Picture race include Dr Seuss' The Cat In The Hat, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, From Justin To Kelly and The Real Cancun. Razzies founder John Wilson blames Affleck and Lopez's high-profile relationship for their popularity among voters. He explains, "Ostensibly, we're talking about their on-screen performances, but I'm sure all the endless twaddle about their personal lives played into their being nominated. But it is an embarrassingly bad movie, and unfortunately, it's not a fun bad movie." The Razzies will be handed out on February 28, one day before the Oscar ceremony. »

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Moore & Kutcher "Freeload" at Sundance

22 January 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood supercouple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have stunned organizers of the Sundance Film Festival with their extravagant list of "requests". The pair - who dressed for the premiere of Kutcher's The Butterfly Effect in matching coats - sent the demands ahead of their arrival at Park City, Utah, at the weekend. And so bosses kitted them out in free winter wear, including skis, ski boots, jackets, goggles and gloves. Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle star Demi and Ashton were the only celebrities to make such requests, reports website New York Daily News. Demi's publicist Stephen Huvane says, "Who could blame her?" Elsewhere, Christina Applegate managed to obtain a free flat screen television, while a host of celebrities were given a complimentary miniature digital key ring camera. »

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