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VarietyFew labels are as meaninglessly reductive as "world music," yet there isn't another term to describe the range of Italo musician Enzo Avitabile's inspirations, captured in Jonathan Demme's "Enzo Avitabile Music Life." Unlike the helmer's docus featuring...
Tags: Music, Music Industry, Entertainment
VarietySOYON AN Costume designer/stylist An may be a two-time Emmy winner for costumes on "So You Think You Can Dance" and stylist for "American Idol," but the 30-year-old, who was born in South Korea and raised in L.A., has her sights set on some new goals....
VarietyAsk Neil Diamond, who receives a star today on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the secret to his longevity and his answer is refreshingly simple: "Just work harder than everyone else." For decades now, the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter has put that ethic,...
“There is a town in north Ontario,” begins one of Neil Young’s most famous songs, “Helpless.” The north-Ontario town is called Omemee, and it’s where Young’s latest movie with director Jonathan Demme begins....
VarietyMaven Pictures' Trudie Styler and Celine Rattray have come onboard to produce the screen adaptation of Colum McCann's ballet story "Dancer." Davide Azzolini will produce along with Maven. "Dancer" is the story of Russian dancer Rudolph Nureyev, who...
Variety"The Cabin in the Woods" star Bradley Whitford is in early talks to join Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson in Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks," which chronicles Walt Disney's 14-year effort to persuade Aussie author P.L. Travers to sell him the film rights to her...
Hathaway serenades indie 'Song One': Project would reteam thesp with 'Rachel Getting Married' producersVarietyWith big-budget blockbusters "The Dark Knight Rises" and "Les Miserables" on the horizon, star Anne Hathaway may return to the dramatic fare that earned her an Oscar nomination for "Rachel Getting Married," as she's in early talks to topline the indie...
VarietyBERLIN -- The Munich Film Festival is to fete actress Melanie Griffith with its CineMerit Award and a showcase of her films. The fest, which runs June 29 - July 7, will present Griffith's latest work, Suri Krishnamma's psychological thriller "The Grief...
Fake Empire inks 'What I Remember' rights: Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage to produce pic; Jeff Roda scriptingVarietyJosh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage's Fake Empire banner has secured film rights to Stacy Kramer and Valerie Thomas' young adult novel "From What I Remember," which Schwartz and Savage will produce for Fake Empire. Hyperion recently published the book,...
Saturday night, the Twin Cities band God Johnson will do a live re-creation of Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense, a film known for its energy. So people who show up had better be prepared to sweat. Just bring your dancing shoes. You're in for a really...
Tags: David Byrne, Vocal Music (genre), Concerts, Music, Movies
Zap2ItPretty much anyone who knows movies knows the name Roger Corman, and this clip-laden profile of the filmmaker - who famously has worked with low budgets and given many talents their starts - features comments by a number of people who built notable...
Tags: DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, Bruce Dern, Roger Corman, Robert De Niro
Lest his life and career get lost in the tributes to the visionary Steve Jobs, let’s remember that a very good character actor died Wednesday as well. I first noticed the chiseled features of Charles Napier when he played that hippie on “Star...
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