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British actress Carey Mulligan reportedly has been hired for a role in the new U.S.
Actor Frank Langella is in talks to join Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, a sequel to the morality tale of New York's financial district, the studio said. Shia LaBeouf is tapped to star with Michael Douglas, who'll reprise his Gordon Gekko role in the sequel, directed by Oliver Stone, who helmed the 1987 original, Variety reported Monday.
The U.S. publication AARP The Magazine has declared Frost/Nixon 2008's Best Movie for Grownups. Based on the post-Watergate television interviews between British journalist David Frost and former U.S.
The African-American Film Critics Association says The Dark Knight is its movie of the year thanks, in part, to the late Australian actor Heath Ledger. The critics group announced Friday the newest movie about the comic book hero Batman beat out all other 2008 contenders abetted by Ledger's best supporting actor award-winning performance, Ledger, the Los Angeles Times reported. Ledger plays Batman's nemesis, the Joker, in the action-drama.
Universal Pictures says its film Frost/Nixon earned $180,708 when it debuted in three locations in New York City, Los Angeles and Toronto last weekend.
Frank Langella says it was hard to shake off the character of Richard Nixon after playing the U.S.
Frank Langella says a scene in Frost/Nixon, where former U.S.
NEW YORK, Nov.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Liberation Entertainment has concluded a deal with Sir David Frost and his production company, David Paradine Television Inc, to secure the North American distribution rights to the entire broadcast footage of the historical Frost Nixon TV interviews from 1977.
By ROBERT FELDBERG, STAFF WRITER REVIEW A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS Broadway play revival, presented by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre, 227 W. 42nd St. Written by Robert Bolt. Directed by Doug Hughes.
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