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Well, that's what various Hollywood filmmakers have thought over the past few years, as each actor has flirted with and then vanished from the project like characters in a bad horror movie.
Now, only two stars remain: John Travolta and Katie Cassidy.
And then he shortly thereafter bangs my wife, Charlize Theron." Smiling in his deadpan style, Bateman added, "And so, we have a bit of a love-triangle problem.
It's very funny and very dark, and a lot of action." Directed by Bateman's friend and occasional co-star Peter Berg, the actor said his role in Berg's upcoming Middle East drama "The Kingdom" convinced the director to cast him in "Tonight," which is being targeted for a 2008 release. Wouldn't it be interesting to see a "Dallas" movie starring Luke Wilson, Meg Ryan, Shirley Mac Laine and Jennifer Lopez?
"[Dawson] plays Lindsay Lohan's makeup artist, and I play her co-star in a fictional movie." Even weirder is the fact that neither star could confirm whether Lohan even knows her name is being used in the film.
"I know [Lohan] met Quentin on a few occasions, but I don't know if he's actually told her about it," Winstead said.
With or without the "Mean Girls" star's consent, "Grindhouse" will open April 6. "It's gonna be a biggie," grinned Jason Bateman this week, thrilled to break the news that he and Charlize Theron have joined the cast of the superhero blockbuster "Tonight, He Comes." The film stars Will Smith as an unhappy hero who'll make Christian Bale's Batman look like Richard Simmons.
"I'm going to start in a few months," the "Arrested Development" actor revealed.
"[We] talk about her, but she's not in it," clarified Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who co-stars with Dawson in Tarantino's half of the movie.
"Will Smith plays a down-and-out superhero guy who has a bad image with the public because there's a lot of collateral damage when he solves crime, and he's an alcoholic.
He saves my life in the beginning of the movie, and to pay him back I say, 'I'm going to revamp your image,' because I'm in corporate PR and I know how to do that kind of thing.
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"Hopefully, next year, we'll know more about what's going on," explained Cassidy, who would play the part of Lucy, Miss Ellie's saucy granddaughter from the classic '80s TV drama. Obviously, some of the castmembers aren't a part of it anymore. From day one I've been a part of it, and I'm behind this project," she said. Working with John Travolta would just be amazing." ...
John Travolta is." Adding, "those people were great, and I'm sure they'll get people just as great," the "When a Stranger Calls" beauty insisted that the show will go on, and that she never even considered jumping ship with J. The original "Hellboy" movie developed a small but loyal following when it brought the comic book of the same name to the big screen in 2004, and series director Guillermo del Toro promises bigger things that'll appeal to a wider crowd with the sequel. Promising "everyone that didn't die in the first movie is back," del Toro regretfully added that he can't begin filming until a final budget is approved. We're trying to adjust the budget, to have the freedom to do the movie the way it needs to be done." The "Pan's Labyrinth" filmmaker added that he hopes to get the greenlight sometime in 2007. Buzz — and bafflement — are already surrounding next year's Bob Dylan biopic, which will find Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Richard Gere and Cate Blanchett all playing the legendary musician in the same movie.