Charlize, looking lovely as always, was in attendance at the 2007 Hollywood Foreign Press Association Installation Luncheon held at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA yesterday. Click here or on the previews below to view the full set. A big thanks goes out to my friend Mariana for providing the images. 🙂
Charlize will be celebrating her birthday tomorrow and on behalf of the site and the fans, I would like to wish her all the best and hope she has a wonderful day . Feel free to comment with your birthday wishes below. 🙂
The trailer for ‘In the Valley of Elah’ is now available online and can be viewed below or here at MSN Movies.
Charlize Theron will star in “The Burning Plain,” a drama that marks the feature directing debut of “Babel” screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga, says Variety.
Financed by 2929 Productions, the drama will shoot in November. Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald will produce. Theron will exec produce the film, along with 2929’s Marc Butan, Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. Beth Kono will be co-producer.
Arriaga told Daily Variety that after 11 years of scripting, it was time to write one for himself to direct. Much like his past scripts, “The Burning Plain” consists of thematically connected storylines.
“There are very intense love stories here that take place in different places and times, with characters trying to find the healing powers of love, forgiveness and redemption,” Arriaga said.Theron will play the role of Sylvia, who tries to find common ground with her parents after a turbulent childhood.
Arriaga is best known for a long collaboration with director Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu on “Amores perros,” “21 Grams” and “Babel,” and he also scripted the Tommy Lee Jones-directed “The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada.” Arriaga has directed TV and documentaries, and started his career directing stage plays when he was a teenager.
“The approach to storytelling is so specifically Guillermo,” Parkes said. “He helped create a new way of telling stories, and he’s taken that to a new level with this script.”
2929 prexy Butan said there is no timetable to set distribution for a film that will cost under $20 million.
“Our plan is to back talent we believe in and while Guillermo is a first time filmmaker, he’s such an accomplished writer with a unique voice that it was a natural move for him to direct,” said 2929 prexy Butan.
Theron next stars in the Paul Haggis-directed “In the Valley of Elah.”
‘In the Valley of Elah’ is set to premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Click below to read an article about Paul Haggis and the film. Please note that it is in Italian and I don’t currently have a translation of it available.
Thanks to Riikka for the info and article.
Robin Williams tops the list of celebrities donating their dog’s used collars for a “Celebrity Collars for Dollars” auction benefiting Dogs Deserve Better, a nonprofit working to bring dogs into the home and family. Williams donated three old collars from family pets Gabby and MableMae, signed with each dog’s name as well as Robin’s, 3 autographed movie photos, 3 signed Robots movies, and an autographed Dogs Deserve Better Calendar cover.
The group also received 2 collars from Daisy Fuentes’ dogs Alfie and Rita, and one from Jack Hanna’s dog Ben, Adrian Zmed’s dog Kubby, Elvira’s rottweiler Mina, Patrick McDonnell’s friend Earl, and Betty White’s dog Pontiac. All have been framed in shadow boxes with a photo of the celebrity, any personal notes, and a Dogs Deserve Better “Celebrity Collars for Dollars” inscription label specifying the celebrity name, his/her companion’s name, and the date of the auction.