More Tranny Love News! Gwyneth Paltrow Romances Nicole Kidman in "The Danish Girl" 

Gwyneth Paltrow will join Nicole Kidman in "The Danish Girl."

Based on David Ebershoff novel, the film tells the story of a relationship between the first post-operative transsexual, Einar Wegener, and his wife Greta.

Paltrow replaces Charlize Theron who dropped out of the project. (See Tranny Love! Nicole Kidman Romances Charlize Theron in New Film)

The brilliant Swedish director, Tomas Alfredson, who gave us the equally brilliant "Let the Right One In" is set to helm. (See "Let the Right One In" Director to Helm Nicole Kidman in Sex-Change Drama!)

The script is written by Lucinda Coxon.

Kidman is attached to play Einar and Paltrow is set to play Greta.


One afternoon in 1920s Copenhagen, Greta, a portrait painter, asked her husband to stand in for an absent female model. Slipping on a dress, stockings and woman’s shoes began a metamorphosis into Lili. When the photos became wildly popular, Greta encouraged her husband to do more, but a harmless game evolved into something deeper that threatens their marriage.

This sounds like a gripping true-life pic. Apparently, Greta stood by her partner through the sex-change procedure, and she finally let go upon admitting that the man she loved is no longer there. Aw :sad

I can't wait for this film!

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"Spider-Man" the Musical Finds Its Spidey! Who Will Don the Tights? 

"Spider-Man" the musical a.k.a. "Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark" has found its Spider-Man! Rocker Reeve Carney.

The rock singer will portray our crime-fighting hero and his alter-ego Peter Parker.

Finding Carney is a good sign that the lavish production is back on track. Work on the musical was stopped last summer because of financial problems.

"Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark" is still set to open sometime in 2010 at the Hilton Theatre. Dates will be announced soon.

The Broadway production is going to be directed by Julie Taymor with musical score by Bono and The Edge of U2. Its budget is said to be upward of $40 million, and the Hilton Theatre has undergone extensive renovation to accommodate the amazing production.

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Original "The Ring" Director to Hear "Voice From the Stone" 

Hideo Nakata is set to direct the supernatural thriller "Voice From the Stone." Nakata directed the original Japanese version of "The Ring" ("Ringu") and the English sequel "The Ring Two" starring Naomi Watts.

Mark Wheaton ("The Messengers," "Friday the 13th") has written the screenplay based on an Italian novel of the same name. The story revolves around a female child psychologist who takes on the case of a young boy who made a promise to his dying mother. The promise? He will remain silent until her spirit returns. Tan dan dan...

Nakata is the perfect choice to helm this project. "Voice From the Stone" has a strong female character and a perturbed young boy at its core, much like "The Ring" films with Watts' Rachel protecting her young son Aidan (David Dorfman).

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65 Countries Fight for Best Foreign Language Oscar Nomination 

From Albania to Vietnam, 65 countries are hoping that their film entries will get picked to fill one of the five slots for Best Foreign Language Film for the 82nd annual Academy Awards.

Five slots, 65 countries, the competition is fierce! Our friends from Variety gave us this list, is your country of choice one of the 65 hopefuls?

I'm happy that my home country, the Philippines, has a fighting chance with the dramedy "Ded na si Lolo" ("Grandpa is Dead"). Take a look at the complete list. Read More...

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Bradley Cooper Wants a Drug to Make Him Rich and Powerful! 

That's only in the movies of course, Bradley Cooper doesn't need a drug to make him rich and powerful anymore. "The Hangover" star will be working on the suspense thriller "Dark Fields."

Neil Burger, the director who gave us "The Illusionist" (a criminally ignored film, if you haven't seen it yet, go rent it or buy it, it's brilliant!) is set to helm.

According to Variety, the plot is about "a designer drug that can make you rich and powerful. Eddie (Cooper) is a down-and-out New York writer until he possesses a pill that gives him the ability to access the full capacity of his brain. He soon realizes that his newfound intelligence and success come at a hefty price as mysterious forces begin to pursue him."

Leslie Dixon ("Hairspray") wrote the screenplay based on a novel by Alan Glynn. The film is set to shoot late spring of next year.


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