The Best of the American Film Institute Comes to Palm Springs 


Seven critically acclaimed films from AFI FEST 2008 come to the Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs! And one of them is the movie I'm dying to see, "Doubt" starring the great Meryl Streep!

Here's the press release:

The American Film Institute (AFI) and Camelot Theatres will once again join forces to present the ninth annual "AFI PALM SPRINGS SHOWCASE." Seven award-winning and critically acclaimed films from the 2008 AFI Los Angeles International Film Festival (AFI FEST) will be screened beginning Friday, November 14 and continuing through Sunday, November 16, 2008. AFI FEST Artistic Director Rose Kuo said of the program, “We are honored to present these diverse and innovative films from emerging talent as well as masters at our annual showcase in the Camelot Theatres.”

The seven films selected range from DOUBT, directed by John Patrick Shanley, who brings his Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play to the screen, to Director Erick Zonca’s JULIA, a story about an alcoholic who kidnaps a child, starring Academy Award winner Tilda Swinton.

AFI FEST presented by Audi, is the longest-running film festival in Los Angeles and one of the most influential film festivals in North America. Each year the Festival presents one of the world's most anticipated showcases of international film, demonstrating AFI's commitment to celebrating the art form. This year, a portion of the proceeds from the Palm Springs Showcase event will benefit the Palm Springs Cultural Center.

Tickets for all screenings will be on-sale beginning October 31: $10 for adults, $9 for Seniors, and an “All Access” pass is available for $55. For more information, please contact the Camelot Theatres box office at 760/325-6565 or visit www.camelottheatres.com.

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"The Three Stooges" to Return to the Big Screen 


That's right, "The Three Stooges" will invade theaters once again. Obviously, the film will not star the original actors, but Moe, Larry, and Curly will be revived!

Who's directing? The Farrelly Brothers of "There's Something About Mary" fame are set to helm!

Here's what Peter Farrelly told Daily Variety:

"It’s not a biopic. It takes place in present day, and they look, dress and sound exactly like the Stooges."


Also, there's a plan to do an "American Idol" type of search for the actor to play Curly!

The movie's set to open on Nov. 20, 2009.

SOURCE: DAILY VARIETY

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Seann William Scott Talks About "Role Models" 


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Jane Lynch Talks About "Role Models" 


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Director David Wain Talks About "Role Models" 


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