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2014-04-01 16:23:39

Original Screenplay by Diablo Cody, Produced by Marc Platt and Mason Novick, and Directed by Jonathan Demme CULVER CITY, Calif., April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TriStar

2010-05-05 14:35:00

LOS ANGELES, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- For his third Tavis Smiley Reports primetime special, Tavis Smiley will travel to New Orleans to capture the mood and spirit of the city's courageous residents five years after the levees failed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

2009-05-12 14:43:00

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon; Spokesperson, CARE Advocate for Maternal Health and Contributing Editor at Marie Claire Magazine Christy Turlington Burns; and Director Jonathan Demme Headline Program NEW YORK, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) and the United Nations Department of Public Information (UN DPI) jointly announced today the creation of a new annual forum, entitled "Envision," which will bring together dozens of leaders from the international...

2008-10-08 15:00:25

Anne Hathaway said she was amazed to hear U.S. director Jonathan Demme wanted her to play an acid-tongued, recovering drug addict in his new movie.

2008-10-03 06:00:15

By Claudia Puig Rachel Getting Married is a bit of a misnomer. Though the story is structured around the marriage of Rachel, the movie is all about Kym, a neurotic recovering addict and prodigal daughter, played powerfully by Anne Hathaway.

2008-10-01 06:00:38

By Susan Wloszczyna, USA TODAY There are directors who tend to bring out the best out in male stars. Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone and, yes, the aptly named Michael Mann are but a few.

2008-09-28 03:00:17

By Glenn Whipp "Rachel Getting Married" began life when Sidney Lumet's daughter, Jenny, imagined a young bride looking at herself in a three-way mirror. Then her sister bursts into the room, and the moment is either enhanced or ... destroyed. Or perhaps a little of both.


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