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The New York Films Critics Circle (NYFCC), in its 69th year of honoring excellence in film, will conduct the voting for its awards on Monday, December 15th at the Muse Hotel in New York. Thanks to ‘Alex’
According to Command Entertainment, Tribune’s "Mutant X" (Cycle III), starts in Toronto June 26, with new episodes filming until January 4, 2004.
Hollywood North Report has got pics of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Johnny Knoxville from the set of “Walking Tall”.
Aint it Cool has received some awesome pics from “Thunderbirds” from the NY Licensing Show. Check ‘em out.
The Hollywood Reporter says J.J Abrams [“Felicity”] is penning a new spy-series, which’ll star Greg Grunberg. Meantime, Grunberg has just been promoted to a series regular for the third season of “Alias”.
The Age reports that Jeremy Sims, Libby Tanner and John Waters will star in the telemovie “Fireflies”, about volunteer firefighters in the small town of Lost River.
Apparently the title The Coffs Harbour Advocate gave to “Episode III” was wrong – that’s merely the name of an upcoming video game.
"The Four Feathers" director Shekhar Kapur is in negotiations to helm New Line Cinema’s military drama "The Last Full Measure."
Jake Weber is set to star in "Summerhill” which centers on Summerhill, a British alternative school that students and faculty run together as a community of equals. The students are free to go to class — or not — and a spirit of free thought, personal responsibility and democratic ideals prevails.
Miramax has acquired feature film rights to the musical “Pippin”, says The Hollywood Reporter. centres on Summerhill, a British alternative school that students and faculty run together as a community of equals. The students are free to go to class — or not — and a spirit of free thought, personal responsibility and democratic ideals prevails.