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The Red Hot Chili Peppers closed out the first weekend of the Coachella festival in California by playing through a desert sandstorm on Sunday night (14Apr13) as drummer Chad Smith celebrated his 51st birthday.
And do we spy an Idol alum?
<em>Diary of the Dead</em> is a midnight zombie flick shot through a <em>Cloverfield</em> and <em>Blair Witch Project</em> kaleidoscope, an ultimate indictment of modern, personality-driven media--and its meaninglessness dumped on consumers every single day.
Classic Ingrid Bergman thriller Gaslight is set to hit the big screen again, with British filmmaker Joe Wright at the helm.
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 10, 2000 -- Pretty woman Julia Roberts is certainly no stranger to revolution -- or shall we say Joe Roth's Revolution Studios. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the $20 million per pic starlet will lend her star power to the preliminarily titled "Project 3" for the titular studio. The project will reteam Roberts with "The Mexican" helmer Gore Verbinski, who became available after Leonardo DiCaprio dropped out of DreamWorks' "Catch Me If You Can," which he was set to direct. R
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 15, 2000 – Julia Roberts revoluntonizes?! The Hollywood Reporter says today that Revolution Studios, headed by former Disney top brass Joe Roth, has bought the tentatively titled "Project 3," a psycho thriller that would star Julia Roberts. Directed by Gore Verbinski, who worked with Roberts on the upcoming "The Mexican," the film is said to be similar to the story of "Gaslight," where a man tries to drive his wife insane. SPIKE TV: Director Spike Lee will direct "A Huey P. New
HOLLYWOOD, June 11, 2000 -- This is really the best time of year to be writing a weekly TV column. It's a time of promising summer replacements (such as "Clerks," which has, um, already been canceled), cool film festivals and new original cable series. Even PBS lets its hair down and gets a little experimental, in its own, starched collar kind of way. If we can steal gameshows from England, what's to stop the British from moving in on our reality-based TV territory? Nothing, apparently, becaus
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