Gwyneth Paltrow Will Not Be Nicole Kidman's Wife, Star Leaves "The Danish Girl!" But Wait, There's More!
What's going on with "The Danish Girl?" First, Charlize Theron ditched the Nicole Kidman-starrer, then she was replaced by Gwyneth Paltrow. Now, Paltrow also said "Farvel," that's Danish for goodbye
Based on David Ebershoff novel, the film tells the story of a relationship between the first post-operative transsexual, Einar Wegener (Kidman), and his wife Greta. Paltrow was supposed to play the wife.
The brilliant Swedish director, Tomas Alfredson, who gave us the equally brilliant "Let the Right One In" is set to helm.
According to the Daily Mail:
Gwyneth Paltrow has pulled out of her latest film "The Danish Girl" to spend time with her family.
The 37-year-old has just finished shooting Love Don't Let Me Down in Tennessee and was to start work on the new film with Nicole Kidman.
But Gwyneth, who has two children with Chris Martin, dropped out, saying: 'Some days I feel like everyone in my world has plugged themselves into my kidneys. I'm so tired.'
Was Paltrow really tired, or was it all Kidman's fault? Read on:
A source said: 'Nicole lives in Nashville not far from where Gwyneth, has been working on her latest movie for five weeks.
'Gwyneth made the effort to get in touch with Nicole but Nicole declined.'
Gwyneth, 37, whose family was in the UK, was said to have been lonely in Nashville.
'Gwyneth is on her own and lonely, it would have been nice for Nicole to make the effort.'
So was that Theron's reasoning for leaving the production too? Kidman just didn't make herself more accommodating and available to her co-stars?
Regardless, I'll still watch this film for it's intriguing factor. Well, I'll watch it when they finally finished the film with the right co-star!
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL UK
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First of all, isn't this decision from Summit Entertainment to acquire film and TV rights to John Gray's "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" a bit late? I think, culturally, we've all moved on past the Mars/Venus phenomena, BUT, the property has sold 50 million books in 45 territories worldwide, so this may be a wise choice.
But what will the movie be about? Gail Berman and Lloyd Braun have been set to produce via their BermanBraun banner, and according to The Hollywood Reporter, "the producers weren't ready to tip their hand about what direction the film might take, saying it was still in early development, but the moniker suggests the possibility of a high-concept ensemble comedy along the lines of the hit 2009 release "He's Just Not That Into You."'
Oh yes, another romantic comedy about the battle of the sexes, brilliant!
But Berman served as an executive producer on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," one of my favorite TV shows of all time, so I'm giving this project the benefit of the doubt!
Berman and Braun even went on saying that the Mars/Venus franchise is "the Rosetta Stone for understanding the opposite sex."
Wow, the Rosetta Stone!
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Last week, we gave away a great "Movie Loot" prize package courtesy of our friends at Warner Bros., Walt Disney Pictures, and Paramount/DreamWorks. This week, they sent me a picture to share with y'all!
Staff Sergeant Lennie Sims from Kentucky won, he's finishing a year tour in Kuwait with the US Army right now. So why did we choose him? He's proudly serving our country, he's a movie buff, and the Movie Loot will brighten his and his family's day
And take a look at their picture! The Sims' kids look happy wearing and holding the prizes which include:
"Clash of the Titans" giveaway
"How to Train Your Dragon" giveaway
"The Last Song" giveaway
Thank you to the Sims family, and thanks to everyone who entered! More prizes coming up, including, gasp, a signed "Kick-Ass" poster! Details to come!
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On Sunday, Paramount had estimated "How to Train Your Dragon" would take in $20 million in box-office sales, while Lionsgate claimed $19.75 million for "Kick-Ass." (See story by clicking right here)
Now, final official report revealed that "Kick-Ass" rung up $19.8 million versus "Dragon's" weekend haul of $19.6 million.
This is actually not bad for both studios. For Lionsgate, having "Kick-Ass" dominate box-office is a blessing, since many insiders were viewing the film's R-rating as a hindrance. For Paramount/DreamWorks Animation, this shows that "How to Train Your Dragon" has staying power at the box-office, having only been beaten by $200,000 by "Kick-Ass."
The box-office flip-flop is pretty much a repeat of last week, when on Sunday, Fox said "Date Night" won the weekend, but with Monday's final figures, "Clash of the Titans" emerged victorious.
Here's the list of the Top 10 Box-Office Films for weekend of April 16:
1. "Kick-Ass," $19.8 million.
2. "How to Train Your Dragon," $19.6 million.
3. "Date Night," $17.3 million.
4. "Death at a Funeral," $17 million.
5. "Clash of the Titans," $15.8 million.
6. "The Last Song," $5.8 million.
7. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?", $4.2 million.
8. "Hot Tub Time Machine," $3.55 million.
9. "Alice in Wonderland," $3.54 million.
10. "The Bounty Hunter," $3.2 million.
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