Dakota and Elle Fanning will play Cameron Diaz's daughters in the film "My Sister's Keeper."
It's based on the book by Jodi Picoult.
Nick Cassavetes is signed on to direct this movie about a young girl (Elle) who sues her parents for medical emancipation in order to help her cancer-stricken sister (Dakota).
I love Dakota, and Elle is quickly following her older sister's footsteps. This movie sounds like a great tearjerker that both sisters are good at doing!
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Not only is Oliver Stone reteaming with Woody Harrelson, he's also going back to his roots...the Vietnam War genre!
The film is currently titled "Pinkville."
Bruce Willis and Channing Tatum will join Harrelson in the telling of the My Lai Massacre.
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Meanwhile, at the Oscars, both films were too American to be Best Foreign-Language Film contenders!
So what's going to happen to "The Kite Runner?" The problem-plagued film is getting major buzz, but the Hollywood-produced movie may either be too American for the Oscars, and too foreign for the Globes.
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According to PAGE SIX, Reese wants to play the ex-Beatle's wife but wants an unknown to play Paul McCartney.
There are supposed to be a lot of back-door secrets that are going to be revealed!!!!
But Reese as Heather Mills? Pleazzzze!!!!
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"Saw," the franchise, continues to draw box-office blood, even with the inane "Saw IV" which LIONSGATE FILMS hid from critics!
The scary part of this whole thing is that we only have roughly about 360 days before "Saw V" comes out, and THAT my lovely readers, is more frigtening than any "Saw" films combined!
Here's your top ten movie moneymakers!
1. "Saw IV," $32.1 million.
2. "Dan in Real Life," $12.1 million.
3. "30 Days of Night," $6.7 million.
4. "The Game Plan," $6.3 million.
5. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?", $5.7 million.
6. "Michael Clayton," $5 million.
7. "Gone Baby Gone," $3.9 million.
8. "The Comebacks," $3.45 million.
9. "We Own the Night," $3.4 million.
10. "Tim Burton's the Nightmare Before Christmas," $3.35 million.
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