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UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- OVERVIEW: Academy AwardÂ®-winning director Ang Lee (Brokeback Mountain) brings audiences back to the groovy days of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival with the funny, entertaining and very human comedy - Taking Woodstock.
The world premiere of the eagerly awaited superhero flick X-Men Origins: Wolverine was held Monday night in Tempe, Arizona. Fans from the city won the right to host the world premiere via an online poll sponsored by Twentieth Century Fox. The Arizona Republic said thousands of people showed up at the Harkins Tempe Marketplace theater for the event, which featured appearances by the film's stars -- Hugh Jackman, Ryan Reynolds and Liev Schreiber. The movie was shown on all 16 of the multiplex's...
U.S. actor Liev Schreiber is in negotiations to star in director Phillip Noyce's big-screen thriller Salt, opposite Angelina Jolie, Variety.com said. Schreiber recently starred in Defiance.
Naomi Watts's publicist confirmed the British-Australian actress has given birth to her second son. Watts and her actor beau Liev Schreiber are also the parents of Alexander Pete Schreiber, who was born in July 2007.
British comedian and actor Eddie Izzard has joined the cast of director Richard Levine's big-screen drama Every Day, Variety.com reported.
Carla Gugino has signed on to co-star with Liev Schreiber and Helen Hunt in "Every Day," a big-screen drama slated to start filming this month in New York.
By Frank Scheck - Review NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Yet another remake displaying little reason for being, Fox's redo of their 1976 horror hit "The Omen" seems most clearly designed to capitalize on its 6/6/06 release date.
Yet another remake displaying little reason for being, Fox's redo of their 1976 horror hit "The Omen" seems most clearly designed to capitalize on its 6/6/06 release date.
By Martinne Geller NEW YORK (Reuters) - Mia Farro
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