Rumors are flying that Sir Roger Moore's life is set to be turned into a big screen project with Johnny Depp to play the part of the James Bond actor.
Okay, all these rumors about possible biopics with Depp's name attached are getting out of hand. But it's fun to believe them right?
Furthermore, there are supposed to be TWO production companies that are duking it out for the screen rights to the book -- My Word Is My Bond -- written by Mister Moore himself.
The book is supposed to be filled with titillating tales about the Bond actor's exploits during his heyday as the secret service agent, and his relationship with iconic Hollywood stars such as Elizabeth Taylor, Lana Turner, and David Niven.
File this under intriguing and captivating.
But Moore has been doing the press rounds lately. First, criticizing the latest Bond movies as too violent, and now, saying that Daniel Craig is a great Bond!
Make up your mind Mister Roger.
Going back to the supposed Moore biofilm, WENN is saying:
"The whole project is shrouded in secrecy but Sir Roger has been telling friends, with a knowingly raised eyebrow, that he's a great admirer of Johnny Depp."
Okay, let's wait and see.
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Like Martin Scorsese and Robert DeNiro, director David Fincher and Brad Pitt have been forging an actor and director bond that has been profitable commercially and creatively.
The pair have worked together on numerous films including 1995's "Se7en" and 1999's "Fight Club."
Now, the two have a film coming out, that's one of the best films of 2008, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button."
Co-star Taraji Henson (she plays Queenie, Pitt's adoptive mom) has witnessed the close friendship with the actor and director.
She tells USA Today newspaper that she and other castmembers, including Cate Blanchett, "often felt left out because they have their own way of communication."
"(Pitt)'s David's muse, partly because he's so easygoing. He'll crack a joke, or they'll start ripping (insulting) on each other, and everything is relaxed again.
"Sometimes you have to interrupt them just to get them to speak English. They're like brothers - opposite in the way they act, but they understand each other the way families do."
Aw, how sweet. By the way, Miss Taraji deserves a BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS for her role! Trust me!
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The crew of the new Guy Ritchie film, "Sherlock Holmes" have started joking about the curse of Sherlock Holmes.
Why? The movie has been plagued by a series of mishaps, the most current one involving Robert Downey Jr. when he was knocked out by a giant wrestler.
According to WENN,
The Iron Man actor was filming a fight scene with seven foot (2.1 metre)-tall co-star Robert Maillet when the big man threw a punch that left Downey Jr. "out cold".
A nurse on set attended to the star and gave him six stitches in his mouth.
Other incident involved the cast and crew running for safety when a petrol tanker burst into flames closing down production for two hours.
Hhhmmmm, there maybe the curious case of the curse of Sherlock Holmes.
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Richard Raddon resigned as director of the Los Angeles Film Festival, because of...his support for Proposition 8.
Apparently, Mister Richard, a Mormon, contributed $1,500 to the campaign to ban gay marriage in California.
Hhhmmmmmmm, take a look at the full article right here.
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Alright, I'm a self-confessed "Buffy" fan! I love love love the TV show, I even wrote an academic analysis of the show using the Third Wave of Feminism for my Graduate Studies thesis.
Oh, and at home? I have all the "Buffy" collectibles you can imagine. Signed trading cards, action figures from Season 1, yes, those will be my retirement money
So imagine my excitement when I heard this morning that there maybe a planned "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" flick courtesy of our friends from Moviehole!
Apparently, with "Twilight's" huge success,
Hollywood is once again entertaining thoughts about making a big screen version of the beloved TV series! YAY!
But, let's hold our excitement until official announcement has been made. For now, let's savor this lovely little morsel. According to The Herald-Sun newspaper in Australia, there's a "Buffy" script that's doing the rounds. They say:
The monster success of girly vampire pic Twilight at the US Box office last weekend could kick open the door for a big-screen return of Joss Whedon’s much-loved Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Rumours are circulating in Hollywood that Whedon has a feature-film script based on his hit TV series ready to roll as soon as a studio is prepared to commit. The Buffy concept was first unveiled as a movie in 1992 with long-forgotten Kristy Swanson in the title role.
Let's hope and pray that the Buffy-verse will once again envelop our lives! Can't wait for this one! And honestly, every vampire myths you saw at "Twilight," "Buffy" did it first
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