Latest Swashbuckler films Stories
By COREENA FORD IT'S usually train services which are disrupted by the "wrong kind of leaves" . . . but now it's the excuse for a Hollywood film hitting the buffers.
BRUNSWICK - Ready for a bit of swashbuckling? The Theater Project's Teen Theater Camp will present the renowned adventures of D'Artagnan and his three compatriots, Athos, Porthos and Aramis, as they fight for king and country in "The Three Musketeers" Aug. 1, 2 and 3.
By Guy Adams For a man who spent his life in Sherwood Forest robbing the rich and giving to the poor, it is a strange excuse: Robin Hood's latest Hollywood outing has been postponed because of a failure to grasp a fundamental of botany.
By Victoria Looseleaf LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Just a couple of weeks before turning 90, actress Olivia de Havilland has returned to bask in Hollywood glory.
A sadistic serial killer named Jigsaw carved up Zorro at the Halloween box office in North America as moviegoers opted for the gruesome thrills of "Saw II" over the light comedy of "The Legend of Zorro."
By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A sadistic serial killer named Jigsaw carved up Zorro at the Halloween box office in North America as moviegoers opted for the gruesome thrills of "Saw II" over the light comedy of "The Legend of Zorro." According to studio estimates issued on Sunday, "Saw II" sold $30.5 million worth of tickets in its first three days since October 28, well above industry expectations of a bow in the $20 million range.
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas is looking forward to a second stint as director, breaking from his adventures as swashbuckling legend Zorro, the latest episode of which hits screens later this month.
By Gregg Kilday LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Catherine Zeta-Jones, who returns to theaters next month in "The Legend of Zorro," is set to play a high-powered chef in the romantic comedy-drama "Mostly Martha." The plot line follows the chef as her life changes when she becomes the guardian of her young niece.
- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.