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The film is set to start shooting on October 28.
Jenny’S Wedding revolves around Jenny (Heigl) who causes a massive sea-change in the lives of her closely knit, highly conventional family when she finally decides to marry. A pretty and engaging woman, everyone is baffled by Jenny’s lack of a love-life, and her parents (Wilkinson, Emond) particularly have been anxious for her to settle down, but when the announcement comes that she is finally going to wed, her choice of partner tears the family apart. In order to reconnect, everyone including Jenny, must reinvent themselves.
- Michelle McCue
Rights to “Jenny’s Wedding” will be for sale at the American Film Market starting Nov. 6. The Solution is handling foreign territories, while CAA and Gersh are handling U.S. rights.
“Jenny’s Wedding” is being financed by Merced Media Partners and PalmStar Media Capital. Exec producers are PalmStar’s Kevin Frakes, Merced’s Raj Brinder Singh and Stuart Brown, Lauren Selig and the Solution’s Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel.
Heigl will play the title character, who causes a massive sea change in the lives of her closely knit, highly conventional family when she finally decides to marry. Wilkinson and Emond will portray her parents.
- Dave McNary
For years I’ve been attempting to write a piece entitled ‘Why Jerry Bruckheimer needs to Ditch Disney’ but it’s never come off. I’m not entirely sure why I never managed to write anything on the subject but now news breaks that Disney and Bruckheimer Films will be parting ways at the end of 2014, it seems like the perfect time to write my reasons for why I think the main man Jerry needs to break free from The Mouse House.
Disney and Bruckheimer Films first got together back in the 1990s with movies including The Ref, Con Air, Armageddon, Enemy of the State, Gone in 60 Seconds, Coyote Ugly, Pearl Harbor, Bad Company, Veronica Guerin, King Arthur, Confessions of a Shopaholic and Déjà Vu which all fell under the Touchstone Pictures label which is owned by Disney. Because of the success of Touchstone, »
- David Sztypuljak
Blue Jasmine may bring another Gold Statue to the talented Cate Blanchett, who gives a performance almost certain to put her on the list of Best Actress nominees for 2013. Come inside to check out our thoughts on Woody Allen's latest film!
Written & Directed by Woody Allen
Cate Blanchett (Elisabeth, Veronica Guerin, Hanna, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, I’m Not There, The Lord of the Rings trilogy) has previously won an Oscar for her portrayal of Katherine Hepburn in The Aviator. Buzz is already building for her second, and it’s well deserved. She carries the entire film and lifts it above the limitations of the material.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Rob Young)
Ignoring the fact that Colin Farrell's name sounds just about as Irish as it gets, there's still a shred of possibility that the southern drawl he spits as Jesse James throughout "American Outlaws" actually fooled a few theatergoers into thinking that this bushy-eyebrowed ladykiller was actually born a stars n' stripes yankee.
Let's face it: Farrell -- who currently stars in the new crime thriller "Dead Man Down" -- is a verbal chameleon, a man who has effortlessly toggled the fader on his pipes between his real Dublin-derived brogue and a convincing down-home All-American inflection throughout his two-decade-long career. Practically every role he's taken on has fit somewhere between those two points, but you'd have to subject yourself to a full-on Farrell filmography marathon to know just where each film ranks within his verbal spectrum. Accent charting clearly can't be accomplished overnight, especially when Colin Farrell is involved.
- Nick DeSantis
5 items from 2013
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