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We've seen an initial trailer for the biopic on labor activist Cesar Chavez, and the film was given the somewhat self-important title of Cesar Chavez: An American Hero. However, it seems the marketing department found out that title was doing too well, because the film is now just going by Cesar Chavez in the new trailer. It's Crash and American Hustle star Michael Pena in the lead as the famed civil rights leader and labor organizer torn between life as a husband and father and a commitment to getting a living wage for farm workers. John Malkovich, America Ferrera and Rosario Dawson also star in the film. Here's the new trailer for Diego Luna's Cesar Chavez, originally from Yahoo: Cesar Chavez is directed by Diego Luna (director of Abel, star of The Terminal, Y Tu Mamá También) and written by Keir Pearson (Hotel Rwanda). Michael Peña (Crash) leads the »
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According to Radar Online, Sasha is hoping her friend Zooey Deschanel will help her create the project. Spielberg reportedly read Sasha's "autobiographical and graphically sexual" script and encouraged her to go forward with the TV show.
"The plot is shocking in its depiction of Sasha's romantic life as a student at Los Angeles prestigious Marlboro School for girls," a Radar source says. "How far it will go will depend on the network, but TV insiders believe it's in the vein of Lena Dunham's HBO show, 'Girls,' or a younger version of 'Sex and the City,' featuring no-holds-barred depictions of the sex lives of young female students. ... The show is expected to be confirmed very soon. »
2 items from 2014
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