Friday, December 28, 2007

L&K NewsBits

  • Based on Utah’s Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857, “September Dawn” chronicles the Mormon murder of 140 traveling settlers from Arkansas. Naturally, it’s a love story, albeit the tragic kind that unfolds as Bishop Jacob Samuelson (Jon Voight) plans the murder plot. Directed by Christopher Cain (Dean Cain's father). Lolita Davidovich, Dean Cain and Terence Stamp co-star, and the DVD, available Tuesday, January 1, 2008, includes featurettes.

  • MUMBAI: Shemaroo Entertainment has released two new English titles on DVD: 'Crime and Punishment', a film based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's successful novel and 'The Effects of Magic', an adventurous family drama. Crime and Punishment depicts the depiction of the recovery of a man's diseased spirit. The film exposes the soul of a man possessed by both good and evil ... a man who cannot escape his own conscience.
    Crime and Punishment is directed by Menahem Golan and stars Crispin Glover, John Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave, Margot Kidder and John Neville. The movie has won the Platinum Award at 'WorldFest Houston. Read the rest the rest here.

  • Former Barbra Streisand lover/Perm-Tensility Quality Control Technician Jon Peters, who only recently spent millions to give his adoptive godson Kal-El Brandon Routh the most dancing-waterest wedding in Kryptonian history, is on the receiving end of yet two more sexual harassment lawsuits filed by exasperated staff members claiming to have been faded-superproducer-handled during their tenures at the Peters estate. Read more here.

  • While the hit series "Army Wives" brought in many new viewers in the desired younger and urban demographics, Daniels said the strike precludes any new episodes at this point. Another scripted series, "Burnt Toast," based on Teri Hatcher's memoir, is also on the back burner. Read the rest of the article here.

  • Philippine Daily Enquirer's Noisemakers and scene-stealers of 2007...
    MANILA, Philippines—From newcomers who achieved great career success to teeners with attached scandals to their names, from overnight sensations to plain attention-deprived scene-stealers, here is a list of names that made deafening noise in 2007. Scene stealers: Teri Hatcher. It’s not the fact that her “Desperate Housewives” character, Susan Mayer, always gets the best-looking men in the show. What made her—or her character—controversial this year was the racial slur she said: “Okay, before we go any further, can I check those diplomas? Because I would just like to make sure that they’re not from some med school in the Philippines.”
    Outraged Filipinos from all over the world demanded an apology. The TV network eventually backed down, issuing a statement of regret.

  • The 61st Annual Mother Goose Parade in San Diego, CA last November 18, which Dean Cain was part of (as one of the Celebs Walk of Fame participants) will be shown in U.S. TV yesterday at 1pm on Cox Communications (Channel 4) and also Time Warner Channel 12. You can catch it again on December 29th at 1pm.

    Source: | Los Angeles Times | | Business of Cenema | Philippine Daily Inquirer | zhane of L&C Board

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