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'Departed' arriving with a bang

7 October 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

This weekend will see one of the most admired directors in Hollywood return to gangster turf, while one of the screen's most enduring monsters will treat moviegoers to his back story. Martin Scorsese is looking to break personal boxoffice records with The Departed, while New Line Cinema is offering up a prequel to its 2003 remake The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Meanwhile, Lionsgate is taking a different tack, banking that young girls will be interested in comedian Dane Cook and his Employee of the Month. The industry is counting on all three films to do some serious business, confident that the weekend will surpass the comparable frame last year, when DreamWorks' animated Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was the No. 1 film with a modest $16 million bow. The frame's new releases should enjoy a bump because of the Columbus Day holiday. »

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'Departed' arriving with a bang

5 October 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

This weekend will see one of the most admired directors in Hollywood return to gangster turf, while one of the screen's most enduring monsters will treat moviegoers to his back story. Martin Scorsese is looking to break personal boxoffice records with The Departed, while New Line Cinema is offering up a prequel to its 2003 remake The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Meanwhile, Lionsgate is taking a different tack, banking that young girls will be interested in comedian Dane Cook and his Employee of the Month. The industry is counting on all three films to do some serious business, confident that the weekend will surpass the comparable frame last year, when DreamWorks' animated Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit was the No. 1 film with a modest $16 million bow. The frame's new releases should enjoy a bump because of the Columbus Day holiday. »

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Foreign Spotlight: The Ordeal

16 August 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Debuted in 2004 and winner of the Grand Jury Prize of European Fantasy Film in Silver at the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, Calvaire (The Ordeal) is the latest French language horror film to arrive on the American screen. The first feature-length work from Belgium-born writer/director Fabrice Du Wlez, Calvaire is the story of Marc Stevens, a traveling singer and performer on the road working the retirement home circuit a few days before Christmas. When his van breaks down en route to his next gig he finds himself stranded in the middle of the countryside and forced to take shelter in the ramshackle Bartel Inn. While the innkeeper, Mr. Bartel (Jackie Berroyer), seems hospitable and friendly at first (he feels a connection to Marc, because Bartel is a former comedian), it is not long before Marc is no longer Bartel’s guest, but his prisoner. Jackie Berroyer gives an oddball »

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Biel Auctions Date with Herself

17 July 2006 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Generous Hollywood beauty Jessica Biel is offering herself as a date to help a teenager who lost a leg in a car accident. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre star, who was voted 'Sexiest Woman Alive' by Esquire magazine last year, hopes the gesture will raise funds for the family of 18-year-old Molly Bloom who was run over by a stretch limousine in May. Dmitri Lee Natali, a friend of Bloom, says, "Come on, it's Jessica Biel. What guy wouldn't want to win a date with her?" Bloom is recuperating at a children's hospital in Denver, Usa while the limousine driver faces a charge of careless driving resulting in serious bodily injury. »

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Revolution pic 'Next' in line for Biel

23 February 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Jessica Biel has signed on to co-star in Lee Tamahori's sci-fi thriller Next for Revolution Studios. Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore are toplining the film, which is based on Philip K. Dick's short story The Golden Man. Penned by Gary Goldman, the story centers on a man (Cage) with the unique ability to see future events and affect their outcome. Pursued by the FBI, which is seeking to use his abilities to prevent a global terrorist attack, he ultimately is faced with the choice of saving himself or the world. Biel will play Liz, the love interest of Cage's character, whom he must attempt to save from terrorists. Cage, Todd Garner, Norm Golightly, Graham King and Arne Schmidt are producing. Derek Dauchy is overseeing for Revolution, which has set a late March start date for the film. Biel, whose credits include London, Blade: Trinity and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, next appears in Neil Burger's The Illusionist. She is repped by CAA, Management 360 and attorney Karl Austen. »

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