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UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Jan.
Oscar-winning fraternal filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen are planning a remake of the Hollywood classic True Grit, Variety.com said.
Hollywood actor Josh Brolin said he knew he wanted to be in Gus Van Sant's new biographical drama Milk as soon as he read the script. The film is about Harvey Milk, California's first openly gay elected official, who was shot and killed, along with the city's mayor, in 1978 by Dan White, another politician who was fighting to get his job back after he resigned his position.
Actor Josh Brolin says he was initially intimidated by the prospect of playing U.S. President George W. Bush in the movie "W" despite his prior career path.
By ROBERT BENZIKER I FOR Another little Lebowski Robert Benziker I For The New Mexican Burn After Reading, farce, rated R, Regal DeVargas, 988-2775, 3 chiles Oh, how the Coen brothers love their MacGuffins.
By Glenn Whipp Joel and Ethan Coen's "Burn After Reading" is a bone-dry, pitch- black comedy that offers the dimmest view of humanity out of all the brothers' movies. And with these guys, that's saying something.
By John Beifuss "Burn After Reading" is (a) inhabited almost entirely by idiots, neurotics and psychopaths; and (b) set in the nation's capital. It's tempting to think that the sum of (a) + (b) = the Coen Brothers' most political movie yet, but additional values alter the equation.
By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot TORONTO OUTSIDE the Royal York Hotel, crowds of Canadians, as well as tourists, waited for a glimpse of Brad Pitt - the blond movie star who has played a hero from ancient Greece and other noble characters.