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3 items from 2004

Singleton, Wahlberg like 'Brothers'

13 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

John Singleton has signed to direct and Mark Wahlberg is in negotiations to star in Four Brothers for Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Paramount Pictures. The contemporary feature concerns four brothers who set out to avenge the death of their mother. Dave Elliot and Paul Lovett are writing the script. Last month, Singleton signed on to develop the video game Fear & Respect for Midway Games, in which Viacom CEO Sumner Redstone is the controlling shareholder. The video game is being developed by producer Christine Peters as a feature film for the Viacom-owned studio (HR 9/24). Wahlberg is set to appear in Paramount's The Italian Job 2, which he opted to appear in over Lions Gate's The Black Dahlia, directed by Brian De Palma. Singleton, who is repped by UTA, most recently directed 2 Fast 2 Furious. His credits include Baby Boy, Shaft and Boyz N the Hood. He also is repped by attorney Steve Barnes. Wahlberg is repped by Endeavor. Elliot and Lovett are repped by CAA. »

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Johansson onboard Allen film

29 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Scarlett Johansson is set to join the cast of Woody Allen's 36th movie, replacing Kate Winslet, who dropped out Friday. Winslet reportedly wanted to spend more time with her family. Johansson joins cast members Emily Mortimer and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers on the feature, which is due to begin production shortly at London's Ealing Studios. The untitled film is being produced by Letty Aronson, Lucy Darwin and Gareth Wiley, with Stephen Tenenbaum executive producing. Hanway Films is handling international sales, with backing from BBC Films, Magic Hour Media, Thema Production, Invicta Capital and the Bank of Ireland. Johansson recently signed on to do Mission: Impossible 3 for C/W Prods. Other projects in which she is involved include The Black Dahlia, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie and A Good Woman. Johansson is repped by WMA. »

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Wahlberg and Hartnett Battle It Out for Johansson

30 January 2004 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Acclaimed young actress Scarlett Johansson will be pursued by Hollywood hunks Mark Wahlberg and Josh Hartnett in her next film role. The Lost In Translation beauty, 19, has inked a deal to star in upcoming movie The Black Dahlia, which is a fictional account of the investigation in the 1947 real life murder of starlet Elizabeth Short. Johansson will start filming her scenes in Los Angeles this May under the direction of Scarface filmmaker Brian De Palma. Before that, Johnasson will spend March shooting the new Weitz Brothers movie Synergy. »

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