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Chelsom set to sink teeth into 'Food'

26 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Peter Chelsom is in negotiations to direct The Food of Love for Warner Bros. Pictures. Denise Di Novi is producing the feature, which is based on the novel by Tony Strong, whose pen name is Anthony Capella. Set in Rome, the romantic comedy involves an art-history student seduced by the supposed culinary skills of a waiter masquerading as a chef, who turns out to be a Cyrano de Bergerac type named Bruno. Valerie Breiman adapted the book. Jessica Goodman is overseeing for the studio. Chelsom most recently directed Shall We Dance? for Miramax Pictures. His credits include Serendipity, with John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale, and Funny Bones. Chelsom is repped by Endeavor. »

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Gere Dances with Japanese Leader

30 March 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actor Richard Gere swept Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi off his feet after agreeing to dance with the fun-loving leader yesterday. The hunky star is in Japan promoting his latest movie, a re-make of the Japanese smash hit Shall We Dance and he jumped at the chance to dance with Koizumi, on the condition that he could lead. Gere said, "I'll be the man," before the pair strutted their stuff in Koizumi's office in Tokyo. Koizumi, labeled 'the Japanese Richard Gere' because of his resemblance to the 55-year-old star, says, "He is a great person. Such a great movie star." Gere was equally impressed, saying, "It's a great honor for me to have the moments I've had with the prime minister. He's very generous." The Japanese film buff is no stranger to sharing the limelight with Hollywood's finest: he once sang a duet of Elvis Presley's "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" with Tom Cruise, while the A-lister was promoting The Last Samurai two years ago. »

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Lopez Cancels European Promotional Tour

17 February 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Latina superstar Jennifer Lopez has canceled her album promotional tour of Europe after the beauty was struck down with a mystery illness. Only days after she and third husband Marc Anthony performed a duet at the Grammys, J.Lo has released a statement saying she will not be able to spend this week in London, promoting her latest film Shall We Dance?. Lopez says, "I very much wanted to be in London today, but unfortunately I am not well. At the advice of my doctors I am unable to travel. Being sick has also forced me to cancel my European album tour. Please accept my sincerest apologies as I have to remain in Los Angeles." The "Love Don't Cost A Thing" hitmaker was expected to spend the next few weeks promoting her fourth original studio album Rebirth. »

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