Everybody's favorite MILF Naomi Watts has no plans to rest on her laurels (or diaper pails or baby binkies or whatever) after the upcoming birth of her baby-to-be with Liev Schreiber.
The very pregnant actress has just signed on to star in The International with Clive Owen, says The Hollywood Reporter. The action thriller about an Interpol agent obsessed with investigating a dodgy banking mogul will be directed by Tom Tykwer (Perfume).
Curb Your Enthusiasm's Cheryl Hines has signed on to the Luke Wilson romantic comedy Henry Poole Is Here, about a man who finds out he only has six weeks to live, says Variety. It will be directed by Mark Pellington (The Mothman Prophecies).
And finally, Tim Robbins and Martin Landau have joined Bill Murray in the cast of City of Ember, a quirky story about a town where the only light (from streetlamps) begins to fail. Based on the 2003 novel by Jeanne Duprau, the movie is being shot in Belfast under the direction of Gil Kenan (Monster House), says Variety.
Most importantly, Tom Hanks is one of the producers. Considering that he also executive produced Starter for Ten, Band of Brothers, and Big Love, this can only mean good things. Posted 07.13.07 by reelz
To coincide with the release of Waitress and Mother's Day (It's this Sunday kids, so get those cards in the mail!) Fox Searchlight has cooked up a sweet little promotion at 100 theaters across the nation.
Moviegoers seeing Waitress at one of these theaters on Mother's Day will receive a free gift bag filled with beauty products and, you guessed it, frozen pie. No word yet on whether theaters will offer to heat up the pies for a popcorn alternative during the flick.
The full details of the promotion are available at Moviewithmom.com.
Waitress has been garnering very strong reviews worldwide, currently a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes. Our own Heather Huntington is also a fan, scoring Waitress and 8 out of 10. Posted 05.08.07 by reelz