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Bits and Pieces

December 3, 1999 at 9:22 am by xoanon  - 

Here are a few short bits for today:

Wormtongue in Space

For those in range of the Fox station KCPQ in Seattle (which includes those of us up in Vancouver who get it on cable), they are playing the two-part Star Trek Voyager in which Brad Dourif plays ‘Suder’. The first part was last night (Thursday), but the second half, in which he has a major role, is tonight (Friday) at 11:00 p.m., PST. He’s going to make a great Grima Wormtongue!

Thanks to Colleen for the tip!

Ethan to Direct Uma

Ringer spy Dave sends in a little soundbite from The Hollywood Reporter. He also gives us the skinny on a review of Uma Thurmans latest film ‘Sweet and Lowdown’. Which opens today in limited release.

NEW YORK — Actor Ethan Hawke will make his feature film directorial bow with the indie film “Last Word on Paradise” for IFC Prods.’ Independent Digital Entertainment banner. Hawke, who will not have a role in the film, said he has lined up an ensemble cast that includes his wife, Uma Thurman, as well as Kevin Corrigan, Kris Kristofferson, Robert Sean Leonard, Natasha Richardson, Tuesday Weld, Frank Whaley and Steve Zahn. The film will be shot on digital video beginning Sunday in New York. Scripted by actress Nicole Burdette, the film comprises a set of five vignettes all set in a New York hotel and inspired by Dylan Thomas’ “Under Milk Wood.”

Also, there’s a review of Uma’s latest film Sweet and Lowdown at this URL:

www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Theater/5640/sweetlow.html

Posted in Old Main News on December 3, 1999 by

The Floor Plan from WETA Workshop

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