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Rob Marshall (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) has signed on to direct Johnny Depp in a remake of The Thin Man. We first reported on the adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s novel last year. Marshall is now confirmed to direct the remake and John DeLuca (Nine) will produce through the duo’s Lucamar Productions company. Marshall seems to work well with Depp and they are both perfect for this film. I can't think of another actor who would be as good a fit for the role of Nick Charles. Who would you like to see cast opposite Depp as Nora Charles? Share your thoughts below.
Official Press Release:
Marshall confirmed to direct the film and Marshall and DeLuca’s Lucamar Productions has come on- board as a producing partner.
Kirstie Alley and the choreographers of "Dancing With the Stars" have something in common -- they have each contended for eight Emmy Awards. However, while Kirstie Alley took home Best Comedy Actress for "Cheers" in 1992 and Best TV Movie/Mini Actress for "David's Mother" in 1994, the dance designers have never waltzed off with an Emmy. In 2006 -- its first year of eligiblity -- "Dancing With the Stars" earned three bids for Cheryl Burke, Tony Dovolani and Nick Kosovich but they were all bested by the team of Charles Kaplow, Kenny Ortega and Bonnie Story who choreographed "High School Musical." In 2007, there was a three-way tie as both Mia Michaels and Wade Robson won for separate routines on "So You Think You Can Dance" while John DeLuca and Rob Marshall prevailed for "Tony Bennett: An American Classic" leaving Louis van Amstel of "Dancing With the Stars" the sole loser. In 2008, Wade R. »
2 items from 2011
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