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2004 | 2003

5 items from 2004


MGM, Tribune have 'Blonde' ambition

4 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- MGM TV and Tribune Entertainment have struck a deal to develop an hourlong TV series based on the MGM film series Legally Blonde. The partners plan to take the unusual approach of selling the series in first-run syndication with a second window on a basic cable network. The TV series is described as a lighthearted legal dramedy revolving around the extraordinary measures that lead character Elle Woods takes to solve her cases. Reese Witherspoon played Woods in 2001's Legally Blonde, based on the best-selling novel by Amanda Brown, and last year's Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde. The TV series is targeted for a fall 2005 debut; there's no word yet from MGM on casting or a writer for the series. It also was unclear Thursday if the Tribune Broadcasting station group had signed on for the show. »

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Kondell adapting MGM's 'Mother'

30 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Kate Kondell, who penned the screenplay for Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, has signed on to adapt Don't Tell My Mother for Jennifer Klein's MGM-based Apartment 3B Prods. Klein, who set up a two-year, first-look deal at the studio in October, acquired the Richard Parker novel in November. The story revolves around a first-rate magazine editor who is forced to work for a lowly porn mag while keeping the fact from his mother and the love of his life. Pete Chiarelli, who brought the project to the studio, and Elizabeth Ingold are overseeing for MGM. Other projects in the works at 3B include F+, an urban classroom comedy, and Truce, a World War I drama that Klein will produce for Warner Independent Pictures. Kondell also was one of the writers on 20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises' upcoming First Daughter, starring Katie Holmes and directed by Forest Whitaker. Kondell is repped by UTA and Management 360. »

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Witherspoon says yes to film 'Proposal'

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

Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in The Proposal, which she will produce through her Type A Films for Revolution Studios. Type A president Jennifer Simpson also is producing. The romantic comedy centers on a couple and their up-and-down journey as they plan their wedding. It is based on a pitch by writer Nicole Eastman, who will begin writing immediately. Revolution's Todd Garner will serve as executive producer and will oversee with Denise Decker. "Reese and I have been looking to find something to work on together for a long time, and we are excited that we finally have that opportunity," Garner said in a statement. "This is a terrific project that fits perfectly into Reese's strengths." Witherspoon most recently starred in Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde and next appears in Vanity Fair. She also is developing Sports Widow, which David Mirkin is rewriting and will direct for Universal. Witherspoon and Eastman are repped by WMA and Management 360. »

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Witherspoon says yes to film 'Proposal'

18 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Reese Witherspoon is attached to star in The Proposal, which she will produce through her Type A Films for Revolution Studios. Type A president Jennifer Simpson also is producing. The romantic comedy centers on a couple and their up-and-down journey as they plan their wedding. It is based on a pitch by writer Nicole Eastman, who will begin writing immediately. Revolution's Todd Garner will serve as executive producer and will oversee with Denise Decker. "Reese and I have been looking to find something to work on together for a long time, and we are excited that we finally have that opportunity," Garner said in a statement. "This is a terrific project that fits perfectly into Reese's strengths." Witherspoon most recently starred in Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde and next appears in Vanity Fair. She also is developing Sports Widow, which David Mirkin is rewriting and will direct for Universal. Witherspoon and Eastman are repped by WMA and Management 360. »

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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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