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Jason Schwartzman News Archive
Mary Poppins is hot these days!
We're anxiously awaiting to see if the Opening Ceremony of the London Olympics really will feature the magical nanny trampling Lord Voldemort, but we've also been following the progress of a film which chronicles how Walt Disney obtained the rights from author P.L. Travers to produce the 1964 classic.
Tom Hanks has signed on to play
Later on during Late Night, Schwartzman shared a fun fact and revealed those aren't beards on the rocker's faces, that's just their hair!
We think that look is totally Red HAWT, guys!
Congratulations, Mr. Anderson!!
Moonrise Kingdom just broke box office records for
steamiest man-on-man love scene highest earning arthouse film!!
After a torrent of positive reviews at the Cannes premiere, the quirky drama is a huge hit at its El Lay and NYC openings!
Moonrise is averaging $127k per theater right now, which pretty well shatters the 2005 record set by Brokeback Mountain.
We expect more success for Moonrise Kingdom when it opens in more cities this weekend!
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Oh man! This is a big honor!
Wes Anderson's new film, Moonrise Kingdom, which stars Edward Norton, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton and Jason Schwartzman, and takes place on a New England island in 1965, has been selected to open 65th Festival de Cannes on Wednesday, on May 16th in the Grand théâtre Lumière of the Palais des Festivals!
Thierry Frémaux, the Festival’s General Delegate, says in a statement
Rumored to have the kind of comedic dryness of The King's Speech, the Roman Coppola directed A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III has just welcomed Bill Murray aboard!
Already on board is Charlie Sheen who will star as the ladies' man "who goes through fever dreams of past relationships as he tries to recover from a recent breakup and turn his life around."
Also starring in this film is Jason Schwartzman and Aubrey Plaza!!
All right, we're hooked! The roster along warrants our $15!!
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