4 items from 2007
9 October 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The dog pack is getting bigger.
Dogs, based on Lois Duncan's 1971 children's book, revolves around two orphaned teenagers who secretly house nine stray canines in an abandoned hotel.
Kudrow will play a foster parent to two siblings, one of which is Roberts' character.
Simmons will play the love interest of Roberts' character.
Simmons, who recently joined Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson in Frank Miller's The Spirit for Lionsgate, next appears in Columbia's horror feature Boogieman 2. He also appeared in Universal's Evan Almighty.
Kudrow is repped by Endeavor and attorney Mark Gochman. »
22 August 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Frank Miller continues to lure femmes fatales for Will Eisner's The Spirit, lining up Eva Mendes for the key role of Sand Saref, a beauty with dangerous curves. Miller, the comic auteur making his feature-length directorial debut on the film, has welcomed acclaimed cinematographer Bill Pope to make sure the curves are in fine focus.
Mendes joins Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson and Gabriel Macht in the fantasy thriller about a rookie cop (Macht) who returns from the dead to fight crime as the Spirit from the shadows of Central City.
Sand Saref is described as the only woman who could break the Spirit's heart. As teenage lovers, the two were torn apart when Sand's father was accidentally killed by the Spirit's uncle.
Production will begin in October in New Mexico and will be shot entirely at Albuquerque Studios.
17 August 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Scarlett Johansson has lined up a series of roles that will see her moving quickly from modern relationships to comic strip noir to costume drama.
Johansson has joined the all-star cast of New Line Cinema's ensemble comedy "He's Just Not That Into You", which she will shoot first before then materializing as a femme fatale in "Will Eisner's The Spirit", being directed by Frank Miller for Odd Lot Entertainment and Lionsgate.
In the winter, she will don a crown for "Mary Queen of Scots", to which she's has been attached to some time. Johansson becomes the latest actor to book back-to-back-to-back roles in anticipation of a possible strike.
In "Into You", Johansson will play a pilates instructor/aspiring singer who has an affair with a married man and hopes that he will leave his wife for her.
She joins the already cast Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, Bradley Cooper, Kevin Connolly, Justin Long, Ginnifer Goodwin and Drew Barrymore in the movie of interconnecting story arcs dealing with the challenges of reading or misreading human behavior. »
The story centers on Denny Colt, an ambitious young cop murdered in the line of duty who under mysterious circumstances is reborn as the Masked Mystery Man known as the Spirit.
Jackson would play the Spirit's nemesis, the Octopus, a meek lab assistant who reinvents himself as a psychotic nightmare that kills anyone unfortunate enough to see his face. The Octopus' tentacles reach into every aspect of crime in fictitious Central City, a city he plans to wipe out.
Miller said during an introduction of the project at the Festival de Cannes that Jackson is his first choice to play the evil genius who knows the secrets behind the Spirit. He added that he is beginning to mull different actors to play the comic book hero.
Miller, one of the world's most renowned graphic artists, penned the screenplay, which is based on the comic book series created by the late Will Eisner. »
4 items from 2007
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