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Mariana Dussan


2014/04/02 at 5:59pm

New Trailer: “Something Wicked” Featuring Brittany Murphy

04.2.2014 | By |

Five years after the Brittany Murphy’s passing, “Something Wicked,” a 2009 film featuring the late actress is finally making its way to the big screen. Read More

Mack Chico


2009/03/18 at 12:00am

Salma Hayek to join Adam Sandler’s new comedy

03.18.2009 | By |

Salma Hayek to join Adam Sandler’s new comedy

Adam Sandler’s new, yet-to-be-titled Sony comedy is finally upping its estrogen content, adding Salma Hayek.

It’s still shaping up to be an excuse for Sandler to act alongside some of his comedy mates – Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade and Rob Schneider are already all aboard.

And regular Sandler collaborator Denis Dugan is directing the tale of five high school best mates who reunite 30 years after graduating.

Since Sandler’s producing, he gets to have Hayek play his missus, while Rudolph will be Rock’s other half.

Jack Rico


2008/12/02 at 12:00am

Shia LaBeouf has a new project – ‘The Associate’

12.2.2008 | By |

Shia LaBeouf has a new project - 'The Associate'

Paramount Pictures has set Shia LaBeouf to play the title role in the bigscreen version of John Grisham‘s upcoming legal thriller The Associate,” which the studio has just acquired rights to.

Lorenzo di Bonaventura is producing.

LaBeouf will play a student who’s about to graduate from Yale Law School when he’s manipulated into accepting a job at a prestige law firm and given privileged information about a multibillion-dollar lawsuit.

The novel, Grisham’s first legal thriller since 2005’s “The Broker,” will be published in January by Random House.

Grisham’s longtime rep, David Gernert, shopped the book by giving it to four producers. While some felt that lessened the book’s chances to find a suitor in a tight marketplace, the strategy worked.

Par-based Di Bonaventura, who as an exec worked on the Grisham films “A Time to Kill” and “The Client,” received the book in the Middle East, where he and LaBeouf were shooting “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” There, they agreed to do it together.

Deal gives Paramount another LaBeouf vehicle to follow the “Transformers” films, on which the studio partners with DreamWorks. He last starred for the studio in “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”

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