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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.
Welsh-born actor Michael Sheen has joined the cast of the Twilight sequel New Moon. Sheen, 40, is best known for his roles in the films Frost/Nixon and The Queen, as well as two installments of the Underworld franchise. E! News said the actor is set to play Aro, leader of the Volturi vampire coven,
Welsh actor Michael Sheen, who played Tony Blair in The Queen and The Deal, may portray the former British Prime Minister again in an HBO production. Dennis Quaid is expected to play former U.S.
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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.
Milk, Frost/Nixon and The Reader were nominated for the best picture Oscar in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday morning. Also nominated for the Hollywood film industry's top award were The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Slumdog Millionaire. Each of the films' directors was also nominated for the best director prize.
Hollywood film director Ron Howard says he enjoyed reading Peter Morgan's play Frost/Nixon so much, he immediately wanted to see it acted out on stage. I'd been very surprised by the play, which I'd read, which motivated me to get on an airplane and go and see the production, Howard, who eventually directed the film version of Morgan's play, told reporters in New York.
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