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The Wagner/Cuban Companies' Magnolia Pictures said Tuesday it has acquired the North American rights to the film Serious Moonlight. The movie, written by the late Adrienne Shelly, marks actress Cheryl Hines's directing debut. The two collaborated on the big-screen comedy Waitress before Shelly, the writer, director and actress, was killed by an intruder in her New York office in 2006. Serious Moonlight, starring Meg Ryan, Timothy Hutton, Kristen Bell and Justin Long, debuted at the Tribeca...
Actress Cheryl Hines says she felt proud, not pressured, in making her feature film directorial debut with a script penned by the late Adrienne Shelly. Shelly was strangled by an intruder at her Manhattan office in 2006, shortly before her hit independent film Waitress, co-starring Hines, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
Hollywood actor Dennis Quaid says he finds it "unbelievable" his ex-wife Meg Ryan is still talking about their marriage, which ended years ago, in public.
By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot ONE EXASPERATED character in "The Women" yells: "What do you think this is, some 1930s movie?" If only.
By Chris Hicks Deseret News How secure am I in my masculinity? I went to see "The Women" last weekend, and I was the only man in the theater. There weren't even any men on the screen! What's more, I watched the 1939 black-and-white original the night before. No men in that one either.
HOLLYWOOD is finally getting a hefty helping of girl power. Chick flicks like Sex And The City and Mamma Mia! have made it big on the big screen this summer, as largely female audiences flocked to cinemas.
By Bob Strauss "Sex and the City" was smarter. "Mamma Mia!" was dopier. But both, unfortunately, were more entertaining than "The Women." The exceptional television writer Diane English has been laboring on this update of Clare Boothe Luce's theatrical war horse for 14 years.
By John Beifuss The famous opening credits of director George Cukor's 1939 film "The Women" connects each of the MGM starlets in the cast with a particular type of animal.
By TONI RUBERTO Meg is back. Big time. Annette lets loose and has fun. Debra shows that she's no one-trick pony tied to a guy named Will. The same, actually, could be said about Jada.
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