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One pal revealed: “Lisa is absolutely furious she let Anne-Marie into their life, her home – and even allowed her to help them with such a special occasion celebrating their love. How things have changed. She is in bits.”
Several other actors of color have nabbed high-profile roles in recent weeks: Idris Elba is in talks to star in Fox’s romantic drama The Mountain Between Us in a lead role that originally was written for a white actor (Charlie Hunnam was in talks at one point); Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda will star in Disney’s […]
Other gala screenings include Alfonso Cuaron’s space-set thriller Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes’ The Invisible Woman, a period romance centring on the affair between Charles Dickens and actress Nelly Ternan, and the Coen Brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis, about the 1960s New York folk scene.
Walking a fine line: A provocative new poster also released on the weekend, shows Tariq walking a fine line between his lives, appearing in the top half carrying books between sandstone buildings of his college campus. In his reflection underneath, Tariq swaps his books for a pistol as he walks the mean streets of the city […]
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“Clearly, the case has been settled in good faith,” said Eglet, speaking on behalf of his 2,000-plus clients and dozens of legal firms and attorneys in at least 10 states who initially filed lawsuits and eventually joined the consolidated settlement.
After making history in high school, Mary Lee melted into the regular world with little fanfare. She gave college a go of it, but found it wasn’t for her. She started in the work world and raised a family. She would have three children and a stepdaughter over a span of three marriages.
Thirteen films will compete in the official competition including Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin starring Scarlett Johansson as a man-eating alien; Parkland, Peter Landesman’s film about events in Dallas, Texas on the day President John F Kennedy was assassinated; and Starred Up from British director David Mackenzie.
Although Travers did give Disney the film rights in 1961, it wasn’t until 1964 that the film was released. It went on to receive 13 Oscar nominations and won five – for best actress (Julie Andrews), best effects, best film editing, original score and original song.