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    DiCaprio Writes The Chancellor Manuscript
    Source: ComingSoon!

    Paramount Pictures has bought Robert Ludlum's political thriller The Chancellor Manuscript to adapt into a feature to star Leonardo DiCaprio, reports Variety.

    The film will be produced by Douglas Wick and Lucy Fisher, whose Red Wagon will produce with DiCaprio's Appian Way and the Ludlum estate.

    The buy is the biggest book deal of the year so far. Along with $4 million for the book, the studio will be spending more than $1 million for an adaptation by Michael Seitzman, who scripted the Charlize Theron-starrer Class Action.

    DiCaprio will play Peter Chancellor, who turns in a novel about D.C. power brokers who are blackmailed into altering U.S. policies. When some operatives get hold of the manuscript, they think he has uncovered their actual scheme and they try to hunt the author down.

    Seitzman also wrote Brad Pitt vehicle The Sparrow and will direct his script Storming the Court for Warner Bros.

    "(With) Leonardo in the role of a man of action -- and a romantic element thrown in -- it becomes a very attractive film," Wick said.

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    "Revenge" Is Sweet at Box Office
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    Holy Sith! Darth did some damage at the box office this weekend.

    Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith earned a Yoda-riffic $108.5 million from Friday to Sunday, according to preliminary studio figures.

    But the boffo numbers didn't make for a new opening-weekend record. Spider Man is still the champ thanks to $114.8 million the comic flick swung in with in 2002, but if estimates hold, Sith will own the second-best three-day opening weekend of all time, edging out Shrek 2's $108 million last year.

    With its record-smashing opening midnight Wednesday, the final Star Wars prequel has grossed $158.5 million, a new best for a four-day opening, and enough to beat any previous five-day haul.

    Sith has set the standard for single-day total, with its $50 million opening day haul beating Shrek 2's previous mark of $44.8 million. It also as topped the two-day and first three-day charts, and grabbed the four-day record, beating out Matrix: Reloaded's $134.3 million.

    Worldwide--excluding Korea and Japan--the gross was $303.2 million.

    "That's also a record. An international record. A domestic record. And we also set the intergalactic record I believe. I can't find the old one but I know we set it," trumpeted Bruce Snyder, head of distribution for 20th Fox. "It's a real kick."

    Sith averaged a rancor-sized $29,637 per its 3,661 theaters, tops among all releases this weekend. Snyder described the audience as "a very nice mix" between male (58 percent) and female (42 percent), old (52 percent over 25) and young (48 percent under 25), although the PG-13 rating and intense content probably kept really small kids away.

    The film also was a force for online ticket brokers. Fandango.com and MovieTickets.com claim to have combined to sell an unprecedented 20-plus percent of the tickets for Sith showings.

    "The reviews were terrific, the buzz is fabulous, people love the movie," Snyder said, noting that many came straight out of the theater to buy tickets to see it again at a future show. "I will say this, and I don't say this often: The picture deserves these kinds of reactions and accolades. It's about the movie. The movie is terrific...and it's a culmination of the whole saga and it's a great way to end it."

    The previous highest three-day weekend for a Star Wars installment was $80 million for Episode II--Attack of the Clones in 2002, which opened on a Thursday. The first prequel, The Phantom Menace, opening on a Wednesday in 1999, earned $64.8 million its first weekend.

    Back in 1983, before prequels and ultra-wide openings, Return of the Jedi, after a Wednesday debut had a $23 million opening from just 1,002 sites. In 1980, at a mere 126 theaters, the first sequel The Empire Strikes Back had a three-day week of $4.9 million after opening on a Wednesday. Taking the industry completely by surprise in 1977, the saga began with Star Wars (now known as Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope) at just 43 theaters. After a Wednesday opening, the original earned $1.5 million Friday to Sunday, racking up a hit-making $36,151 per screen. Factoring in its subsequent rereleases and 1997 update, the original film has become the top earner of them all, with $460.9 million domestically.

    As for Sith, it accounted for 70 percent of the total weekend box office.

    But there was a dark side to film's intergalactic numbers. With rival studios clearing off their release schedules to make room for Sith, there were no other major new releases and the overall receipts were down from the same period last year for the 13th weekend in a row. While business was up 65 percent from last weekend, it was down about 4 percent from last year, when Shrek 2 headlined with continued support from hits like Van Hesling and Mean Girls.

    There is a new hope, though. With audience enthusiasm for the well reviewed Star Wars prequel generating excellent word of mouth, even from those who don't want to dress up like Wookiees and take their lightsabers to the midnight screenings, and bigger films in the offing. studios and exhibitors are predicting business will be back up soon.

    "It's taken three months to create this slump," says Paul Dergarabedian, president of box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations. "It's going to take several weeks and many blockbusters to reverse this trend. Star Wars is certainly a great start-off point for that and shows that with the right movie people will line up around the block."

    "One film cannot turn everything around overnight."

    But one film can make the guys at Fox very happy, especially after the disappointment of the studio's expensive Crusades epic Kingdom of Heaven, which has only grossed $41 million in three weeks.

    The film picking up the most Sith crumbs was last week's number one, Monster-in-Law. The Jennifer Lopez-Jane Fonda catfight comedy dropped 38 percent to second with $14.3 million, bringing its two-week to $44.1 million. Will Ferrell's Kicking & Screaming tumbled 48 percent, earning $10.5 million in third place for a two-week gross of $34 million.

    Holding up well was Crash. The Los Angeles-based treatise on racism was only off 22 percent, moving up to fourth place with $5.5 million. The Lions Gate release, which has expanded to 1,905 theaters, has a three-week tally of $27.6 million.

    Here's a rundown of the top 10 films based on Sunday studio estimates compiled by Exhibitor Relations; final figures will be released Monday afternoon:

    1. Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith, $108.5 million
    2. Monster-in-Law, $14.3 million
    3. Kicking & Screaming, $10.5 million
    4. Crash, $5.5 million
    5. Unleashed, $3.8 million
    6. Kingdom of Heaven, $3.3 million
    7. House of Wax, $3.1 million
    8. The Interpreter, $2.8 million
    9. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, $2 million
    10. Mindhunters, $909,049

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    Is the Force with Matt Newton?
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    Australia's Sunday Herald Sun is reporting that Matt Newton is being eyed for a role in Lucasfilm's new live-action "Star Wars" TV series that will span 100 episodes.

    The newspaper says Newton was originally Lucas' second choice to play Anakin Skywalker in the three prequels, but Lucas settled on Hayden Christensen for the role.

    Lucasfilm has apparently done an "availability check" on Newton for the planned spin-off TV series to be filmed in Sydney. Newton is the son of legendary Australian TV entertainer Bert "Moonface" Newton.

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    Holmes jumping on Mission : Impossible 3?
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    Let the 'Ah, so it's all for publicity' assumptions erupt, if you must...

    Tom Cruise is rumoured to have coaxed current squeeze Katie Holmes into playing a role in "Mission : Impossible 3". And not just any role - the lead female part, says Ananova.

    Holmes - not surprisingly - would be the one playing pash-rash with Ethan Hunt in the film. Ah, that's love interest.

    There's some roles to fill in the film now, with Scarlett Johansson and Carrie-Anne Moss recently shooting through the exit door.

    Lindsay Lohan is apparently gunning for the same role Holmes is chasing. Keri Russell and Elisha Cuthbert ("House of Wax") are apparently being eyed for roles too.

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    Fonda to star in 9 to 5 sequel?
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    Now that she's open to putting mug before lens again, the producers of one of Jane Fonda's earlier hits hope the actress will agree to starring in a long-planned sequel.

    The money-men behind 80's hit "9 to 5" hope to entice the actress - returning to the screens after fifteen years, with "Monster-In-Law" - to a sequel.

    “They’ve wanted to for years,” A source tells MSNBC. “There’s been scripts, potential directors, the works, but everyone thought that for it to really work, they’d need the three leads from the original film.”

    Fonda's co-stars Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton are apparently keen.

    "They’ve talked to Fonda and think they can make this happen. There’s some discussion that it might be called '9 to 5:30.'”

    Fonda's reps deny anything solid though.

    There have been no serious conversations about that or any other film project at this time,” her rep Pat Kingsley tells.

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    Rodriguez confirms A DAME TO KILL FOR for SIN CITY 2!!!
    Source: AICN
    Ahoy, squirts! Quint here with some cool news for us SIN CITY fans. It was pretty much a given that A DAME TO KILL FOR was a shoe-in for the SIN CITY sequel as it has both Dwight and Marv teaming up, obviously before Marv's date with the pussyfied electric chair. Now Robert Rodriguez has confirmed not only is A DAME TO KILL FOR in the next installment, but that "work had already started" on the film! Hrm? To what degree, I wonder...

    CLICK IT HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BBC STORY, WHICH ALSO INCLUDES GREAT STUFF FROM MILLER ON THE VIOLENCE OF THE BOOKS AND FILM!!!


    So what else will be in the sequel? A DAME TO KILL FOR is great, but it's no longer than any of the three stories in the first film. FAMILY VALUES? Miho kills a whole shitload of baddies in that one... What do you folks want to see?

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    New DVD Releases on May 24th

    2B Perfectly Honest

    Airwolf: Season One

    The Andy Griffith Show: The Complete Second Season

    Angelina Ballerina: Big Performance

    Angelina Ballerina: Big Performance

    Anger Management / As Good As It Gets (Side-By-Side)

    Are We There Yet?

    Are We There Yet? (UMD Video)

    Aria's Secret Desires

    Asalto En Tijuana (Spanish)

    The Aviator (Widescreen)

    The Aviator (Full Screen)

    The Aviator / Memphis Belle (Side-By-Side)

    The Aviator / This Boy's Life (Side-By-Side)

    Baa Baa Black Sheep: Volume 1

    Back in the Day

    Bad Girls Wet T-Shirt Contest

    Barney: Early Learning (Set)

    Basic Techniques for Creating Graffiti Art

    Batman The Animated Series: Volume 3

    Batman The Animated Series: Volumes 1-3

    The Batman: Training for Power, Vol. 1

    Before They Were Kings Vol. 2

    Behind the Camera: Charlie's Angels

    Beverly Hills Covergirl Model Contest

    Big Ain't Bad

    The Big Black Comedy Show: Volume 2

    Blood Trap (Full Screen)

    Bob The Builder: Getting the Job Done

    The Brooke Ellison Story (Widescreen)

    Challenge of the Super Friends: Seasons 1 & 2 (Set)

    Challenge of the Super Friends: Volume Two

    Chance of a Lifetime: Live in Chicago

    Chappelle's Show: Season 2 Uncensored

    Cliff Richard: From A Distance - The Event

    Combat Season 4, Conflict 1

    Combat Season 4, Conflict 2

    Compadres A La Mexican (Spanish)

    Con Todo El Corazon (Spanish)

    Corazon De Tequila (Spanish)

    Daniel O'Donnell: Live from Branson

    The Dick Van Dyke Show: The Complete Series (Set)

    Dirty Filthy Love

    Dream of Sparrows: Iraq Eye Group Volume 1

    Eddie Griffin: VooDoo Child

    El Charro Negro Vs. La Banda De Los Cuervos

    El Fisgon Del Hotel (Spanish)

    Esuadron De La Muerte (Spanish)

    Everybody Loves Raymond: The Series Finale

    Fat Actress: The Complete First Season

    Freedom of Expression

    Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme (Widescreen)

    Fully Loaded Jamaica

    Icemaker

    Irish Moments

    Jim Henson's Animal Jam: Hug a Day

    Jim Henson's Animal Jam: Springin'

    John Renbourn & Jacqui Mcshee: In Concert

    King Ludwig's Fairy Tale Castle

    La Diosa Del Puerto (Spanish)

    La Hija Del Ministro (Spanish)

    Law & Order: The Third Year

    Leslie Sansone: Walk Away The Pounds - 3 Workouts

    M*A*S*H: Season Eight

    Millionaire Dogs (Widescreen)

    Mission Mars Collection (Set)

    MPD Psycho

    National Lampoon's Lost Reality 2 (Unrated)

    National Lampoon's Lost Reality 2 (R Rated Version)

    News Radio: The Complete First and Second Seasons

    Nick Jr. Favorites 1

    Nick Picks 1

    Now That's Funny

    Penthouse: Bedroom Fantasies

    Platinum Comedy Series: Earthquake

    Pooh's Heffalump Movie

    Possessed (Full Screen)

    Put Your Hands on Me

    Read the Writing on the Wall

    Redwall Volume 1: The Siege

    Richard Pryor: Here and Now/Live on Sunset Strip (Double Feature)

    Samurai Jack: Season 2

    Secuestro (Subtitled)

    See No Evil, Hear No Evil / Stir Crazy (Side-By-Side)

    Sinaloa Tierra De Hombres (Spanish)

    The Sleepwalker Killing

    Smoklamentry

    The Snow Walker

    Sorted

    Spanglish / 50 First Dates (Side-By-Side)

    Spanglish / As Good As It Gets (Side-By-Side)

    Speed Racer Volume 3 (Limited Edition)

    Spin (Widescreen)

    Spongebob Squarepants: Fear of a Krabby Patty

    The Statler Brothers: The 4th of July

    Straight Men & the Men Who Love Them

    Super Brawl #1

    Taquito De Ojo (Spanish)

    Taste of Ambrosia: Jamaican Gogo

    Ten Steps to Golf Fitness

    Three on a Match

    Too Close for Comfort: The Complete Second Season

    Torrente 2: Mission in Marbella (Subtitled)

    Torrente 2: Mission in Marbella (Spanish)

    The Trail to Hope Rose

    Triaxion

    A Tribute to James Dean

    Vagabundo En La Lluvia (Spanish)

    Verdugo De Traidores (Spanish)

    Volcanoes of the Deep Sea

    Voyage in the Iconography of Graffiti Art

    Voyage to Planets & Beyond

    Voyage to Planets / Hyperspace (Set)

    The Wiggles: Lights, Camera, Action

    Wolf's Rain Volume 7: Final Encounters

    The World's Greatest Stand Up Comedy Collection (Set)

    Yu Gi Oh: Season 3, Volume 2 (Edited)

    Yu Gi Oh: Season 3, Volume 3 (Edited)

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    New CD Releases on May 24th


    The Agony Scene The Darkest Red (Roadrunner)

    Alkaline Trio Crimson (enhanced CD) (Vagrant)

    Amber Pacific The Possibility and the Promise (Hopeless)

    Audioslave Out of Exile (ICE #218) (Interscope)

    Manuel Barrueco Concierto Barrueco (Koch)

    Walter Beasley For Her (Heads Up)

    BG The Heart of tha Street (Koch)

    Ron Blake Sonic Tonic (produced by Me'Shell Ndgeocello; w/Christian McBride) (Mack Avenue)

    Blusom The Metapolitan (Second Nature)

    Chris Botti When I Fall in Love (DualDisc) (Columbia)

    Brian Bromberg Choices (remixed and remastered 2004 album) (Artistry Music)

    Dave Brubeck London Flat, London Sharp (SACD same day) (Telarc)

    The Chapter Us Vs. Them (w/cameo from the Roots' ?uestlove) (Mindspider)

    Richard Cheese Apertif for Destruction (Surfdog)

    Alex Chilton Live in Anvers 2003 (Rykodisc)

    Freddy Cole This Love of Mine (HighNote)

    Collage New Music Ensemble Harbison Motteti di Montale (Koch)

    Common Be (Deluxe Edition same day; ICE #217) (Interscope)

    Nikka Costa Can'tneverdidnothin (Virgin)

    Robert Cray Twenty (ICE #218) (Sanctuary)

    Tony DeSare Want You (guest Bucky Pizzarelli) (Telarc)

    Bruce Dickinson Tyranny of Souls (Sanctuary)

    Eager Seas People Like People (Tooth & Nail)

    Jeff Golub Temptation (Narada)

    Gorillaz Demon Days (co-produced by Danger Mouse; guests De La Soul, Ike Turner and more; ICE #218) (Virgin)

    Jackie Greene Sweet Somewhere Bound (re-release of 2004 indie album) (Verve Forecast)

    Drew Gress 7 Black Butterflies (Premonition/Koch)

    Adam Guettel Light in the Piazza (Nonesuch)

    Head of Femur Hysterical Stars (w/members of Bright Eyes, Hella, the Sea and Cake and more) (spinART)

    Marques Houston Naked (Universal Motown)

    Hank Jones For My Father (Justin Time)

    Sarah Lazarus Give Me the Simple Life (ICE #218) (Dreyfus)

    Little Milton Think of Me (ICE #217) (Telarc)

    London Symphony Orchestra Performs Sting (Ark 21)

    Lucero Nobody's Darlings (East West)

    Shelby Lynne Suit Yourself (ICE #219) (Capitol)

    M.O.P. St. Marxmen (Koch)

    Magic Arrows Sweat Heavenly Angel of Death (Wobblyhead)

    Stephen Malkmus Face the Truth (ICE #218) (Matador)

    Hugh Masekela Revival (Heads Up)

    Meat Beat Manifesto At the Center (w/Craig Taborn and Bad Plus drummer Dave King; ICE #218) (Thirsty Ear)

    Mixel Pixel Contact Kid (Kanine)

    Negativland No Business (special packaging w/book for band's 25th anniversary; ICE #214) (Seeland)

    Old Blind Dogs Play Live (Green Linnet)

    Plane Hello More (Diridgeble)

    The Ponys Celebration Castele (produced by Steve Albini) (In the Red)

    Pretty Ricky Bluestars (Atlantic)

    Quadro Nuevo Mocca Flor (Justin Time)

    Joshua Redman Elastic Band Momentum (ICE #218) (Nonesuch)

    Seether Karma and Effect (Wind-up)

    SFJAZZ Collective (led by Joshua Redman) SFJAZZ Collective (ICE #218) (Nonesuch)

    Shout Out Louds Howl Howl Gaff Gaff (Capitol)

    Sleater-Kinney The Woods (ICE #218) (Sub Pop)

    So Many Dynamos When I Explode (Skrocki)

    Sway & King Tech Back 2 Basics (CD/DVD combo) (Bungalo)

    Maria Taylor (of Azure Ray and Now It's Overhead) 11:11 (w/Conor Oberst) (Saddle Creek)

    Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez Red Dog Tracks (ICE #218) (Back Porch)

    Earl Thomas Intersection (w/covers of T. Rex's "Bang a Gong," Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar and "Working Together" by Ike Turner, who also wrote liner notes; ICE #218) (Memphis International)

    James Blood Ulmer Birthright (ICE #218) (Hyena)

    The Wallflowers Rebel, Sweetheart (ICE #217; ICE #219) (Interscope)

    Waltham Waltham (Rykodisc)

    Cedar Walton Underground Memoirs (ICE #218) (HighNote)

    World Leader Pretend Punches (Warner Bros.)

    Young Gunz Brothers from Another (Def Jam)

    Youth Group Skeleton Jar (Epitaph)

    Miguel Zenón Jibaro (ICE #218) (Rounder)

    VA Africanism All-Stars (house music compilation) (Tommy Boy)

    VA Motown Remixed (ICE #217; ICE #218) (Universal Motown)

    VA Putumayo Presents: Italian Café (Putumayo)

    OST Cinderella Man (Russell Crowe/Renee Zellwegger film about Depression-era boxing) (Decca)

    OST Lords of Dogtown (Heath Ledger/Johnny Knoxville film about '70s skateboarding) (Geffen)

    OST Madagascar (animated film w/voices by Chris Rock, Ben Stiller and more) (Dreamworks)

    OST The Longest Yard (Adam Sandler/Chris Rock film) (Universal Motown)

    DVD Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme (w/Tupac, Notorious B.I.G., Mos Def and many more) (Palm Pictures)

    DVD Brian Wilson Presents SMiLE (two DVDs; ICE #217) (Rhino Home Video)

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    New Comic-Book Releases on May 25th

    PREMIER PUBLISHERS

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    Tara Reid will host E!'s ''Wild On!'' series
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    Don't say you haven't been warned: Tara Reid has inked a deal to become the new host of E!'s Wild On!, and the network promises viewers ''are about to experience the real Tara'' as she travels the beaches, clubs, and hedonistic hotspots of the world.

    The hard-partying actress, who made headlines last year when she accidentally exposed her breast on the red carpet at P. Diddy's celebrity-studded birthday bash, is coming off a string of big-screen box office flops, most recently Alone in the Dark, a critically savaged horror flick (EW gave it an F).

    Reid recently shot a pilot for Fox called Hitched, but the show failed to make the cut when the network released its fall schedule this week.

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    Liebesman Directing Chainsaw Prequel
    Source: ComingSoon!

    Jonathan Liebesman (Darkness Falls) will direct the untitled "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" prequel that Platinum Dunes is producing for New Line Cinema, says The Hollywood Reporter.

    As in the first movie, which grossed more than $80 million domestically, the story follows a group of kids who run afoul of chainsaw-wielding psycho Leatherface and his demented family. The story will reveal Leatherface's origins.

    The script was written by Sheldon Turner with a rewrite by David Schow. Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are producing via Platinum Dunes. Mike Fleiss also is producing.

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    Sylvester Stallone Directing Poe
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    Sylvester Stallone will direct Poe, a film he wrote about the life of Edgar Allan Poe. Variety says Nu Image/Millennium Films will finance, produce and distribute the film.

    Robert Downey Jr. is Stallone's choice for the leading role. Production is scheduled to begin in Europe this fall.

    Considered the granddaddy of the Gothic horror tale, Poe's life is rich with its own eerie details. He suffered from madness, depression and drugs, and was mysteriously found dead in a gutter in 1849.

    Stallone previously directed the second, third and fourth "Rocky" films, and Staying Alive. His screenplays include the entire "Rocky" and "Rambo" film franchises.

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    Phillips Books Ticket on Flight 121
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    Australian actor Nathan Phillips (Wolf Creek) will make his American film debut opposite Samuel L. Jackson in New Line Cinema's Pacific Air Flight 121 (aka "Snakes on a Plane").

    Directed by David Ellis, the film centers on a ruthless assassin who unleashes a crate full of lethal snakes aboard a packed passenger jet over the Pacific Ocean in order to eliminate a witness in protective custody.

    Phillips will play the witness. Jackson is set as a cop on the plane. The film is to shoot next month in Canada.

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    Ross and Rachel : The Movie?
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    David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston are the first of the former "Friends" troupe to express an interest in a feature film version of the hit series.

    According to Digital Spy, it's likely that the original cast may indeed be itching to do a film spin-off.

    "Although the cast have gone their different ways, none of them has quite repeated the success they had with Friends", says an insider.

    "And while Friends may be over as a television entity there are many who have believed for some time that people had not quite had enough of them just yet. David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston are the first to make positive noises regarding the film and it is thought once they are on board the others will follow suit."

    Money talks I guess....and apparently they're waving some big rolls of green in their direction.

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    Beverly Hills Bastard?
    Source: Moviehole

    Career in the crapper? Then Quentin Tarantino is worth composing an email too.

    In an interview with Film Focus, Michael Madsen says Tarantino is rounding up the cast of casts for his upcoming war movie "Inglorious Bastards" - and that includes fallen funnyman Eddie Murphy.

    Yep, same chap who chased tykes about in "Daddy Day Care", same dude who put on a fat suit for "The Nutty Proffesor".

    If that's not enough - Adam Sandler, Tim Roth and Madsen, naturally, are also being lined up for parts.

    "Quentin's written it now," he FilmFocus, "but we've not started shooting yet. I've read it and you know the Dirty Dozen? It's a bit like that."

    The gritty war movie - can't imagine what banana-chin's going to have Sandler or Murphy doing - is rumoured to be split into two parts, like "Kill Bill".

 

 

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