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TAPE: EF02/0299 IN_TIME: 06:24:28 / 14:05:47 DURATION: 4:57 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia Pictures RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance DATELINE: New York, 8th April 2002 SHOTLIST: 1.EXT theater 2. VS posters 3. Film clip 'The Sweetest Thing' 4. B-roll Cameron Diaz and Christina Applegate talking to reporters 5. B-roll Selma Blair talking to reporter 6. SOT CAMERON DIAZ: "This wasn't the kind of film that I had to try to solve any problems or cure anything or I wasn't trying to answer any huge question. It's not a movie about a math genius or anything like that clearly. So we just made it for everyone to have a good time and have a good laugh and hopefully everyone on Friday everyone will have a good time." 7. B-roll Cameron Diaz 8. Film clip 'The Sweetest Thing' 9. SOT CHRISTINA APPLEGATE: "I read the script and I went Oh My God. These are my girlfriends, this is how I talk, I know this stage of life...I have to do this movie." 10. B-roll Christina Applegate 11. SOT CHRISTINA APPLEGATE: "I don't know if Cameron will agree with this but I think the scene where the water hits us in the bathroom was the highlight of the whole journey and making out with my man, my husband, that didn't suck either." 12. Film clip 'The Sweetest Thing' 13. SOT JASON BATEMAN: "Cameron's fashion is just on another planet it's so freaking good right? Amanda my wife tried to pilfer a couple of ideas...I am in one of my four suits that I own...and if they don't like it they can suck it." 14. Film clip 'The Sweetest Thing' 15. SOT SELMA BLAIR: "I've never really had any really silly sexual experiences like that or at least that I would say on TV. There is an element of humility to Jane you know. She's not quite at the same stage as her sexy friends but she's a little bit plainer. Yeah I can relate to that and she just she gets herself in quite a pickle and I am always the one that seems to be like that. the strait-laced one next to my friends that definitely gets in a jam a lot." 16. B-roll Selma Blair 17. SOT Director ROGER KUMBLE "What was great when Cameron signed on for this movie she became my partner in this project. She helped me cast. She was with me all the way. She is the funniest actress of our time." 19. Film clip 'The Sweetest Thing' STORYLINE: CAMERON'S THE SWEETEST THING CAMERON DIAZ and her co-stars gave the 'Sex and the City' girls a run for their money in New York Monday, at the premiere of dating comedy 'THE SWEETEST THING' Diaz, Christina Applegate and Selma Blair attended the premiere on the Upper West Side dressed to the nines and giggled in unison as they made their way through the press line. The film is described as a cross between a girls road trip and a buddy movie. Diaz says it's not 'A Beautiful Mind' but it is an unashamedly feel-good comedy. "This wasn't the kind of film that I had to try to solve any problems or cure anything or I wasn't trying to answer any huge question. It's not a movie about a math genius or anything like that clearly. So we just made it for everyone to have a good time and have a good laugh and hopefully everyone on Friday everyone will have a good time." It centres around the friendship between three girls - Christina Walters (Cameron Diaz), Courtney Rockcliffe (Christina Applegate- 'Just Visiting') and Jane Burns (Selma Blair - 'Cruel Intentions') and their rules about dating men. All three ignore the usual rules on how to get a man that fill best selling paperbacks, preferring to stick to their own guidelines - have fun and stick to guilt-free relationships. It's worked for confident Christina for years, that is, until Christina falls head over heels with a guy she meets in a bar named Peter Donahue (Thomas Jane - 'Original Sin'). At the end of the evening Christina's mystery Mr Right disappears and she realises she is hooked. She and Courtney decide to break their rules and take off on an adventure to find him. As the pursuit gathers momentum, the girls experience mishap after mishap and their rules on dating are pushed aside. Eventually, to their surprise, they find out love is the sweetest thing after all. The film is directed by Roger Kumble ('Cruel Intentions') while the screenplay is the first feature penned by 'South Park' writer Nancy M. Pimental. Kumble was one of the first to sign up for the project, while Diaz was the first to be cast. The director says the star of 'Charlie's Angels', 'Vanilla Sky' and 'Shrek' threw herself into her latest project. "What was great when Cameron signed on for this movie she became my partner in this project. She helped me cast. She was with me all the way. She is the funniest actress of our time." Cameron's co-star Christina Appelgate names the scene she found the funniest, as well as another of her favourite moments: "making out with my man, my husband, that didn't suck either." Her husband, actor Johnathon Schaech (pron. Sheck), plays 'leather coat guy' in suitably amorous fashion. The movie was filmed mostly in and around Los Angeles and for the last two weeks of production, San Francisco. The shooting schedule took the team on an impressive journey. Production began at the Hollywood Center Studios, before heading out in and around Los Angeles - then for the last two weeks, the team decamped to San Francisco. The film also features Jason Bateman (TV's 'Some of My Best Friends' and 'The Hogan Family') and Parker Posey ('Josie and the Pussycats', 'Best In Show', 'Scream 3'). 'The Sweetest Thing' is released in N America on Friday (12th April 2002). CLEARANCE DETAILS The Sweetest Thing Columbia Pictures (20) 7533 1111
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REPORTER LISA SALVADORINI TAKES A LOOK AT FILM, THE SWEETEST THING.
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Entertainment Daily Just Visiting junket - Jean Reno and Christian Clavier team up with Christina Applegate for time travelling farce
TAPE: EF01//0321 IN_TIME: 13:46:19 DURATION: 3:43 SOURCES: APTN/Hollywod pictures RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance DATELINE: 1 April 2001, Beverly Hills, CA, USA SHOTLIST: 1 April 2001 Beverly Hills, CA USA 1. Film clip from Just Visiting 2. SOT: (English) Jean Reno and Christian Clavier: SOT Jean Reno: "I liked it more because I had Christina Applegate as a partner, I am sorry to say that...very lucky. But you had somebody with you." SOT: Christian Clavier: "Yes that is right." SOT: Jean Reno: "What is her name?" SOT: Christian Clavier: "Tara Reid and I quit you for her." SOT: Jean Reno: "Oh,and you find freedom? SOT: Christian Clavier: "Freedom in the land of freedom and democracy so I'm obliged to say to you master that I'm going to stay...It's a part, my pleasure." 3. Film clip from Just Visiting 4. SOT: (English) Jean Reno and Christian Clavier SOT Jean Reno: "It is part of the game also, when you like the script you buy it and you remake it. I don't have anything against that. You know they do that here, why not?" SOT Christian Clavier: "I like that kind of idea. We have to mix our culture so it's a good idea. I wish I could do the same on the other way. If I could do the remake for Meet the Parents for example, I would be extremely pleased because I loved the movie and I think we could have a version in France and in French." SOT Jean Reno: "Maybe I can play the part of Robert DeNiro." SOT Christian Clavier: "Yes you're right you're absolutely right." SOT Jean Reno: "We'll have to call him." 5. Film clip from Just Visiting 6. SOT: (English) Christina Applegate: "From Jean I learned just how to be elegant.I mean he is the most elegant creature walking the earth and is the most professional and pleasant human being and Christian is just fearless. I learned that from him. When you look at him he's just so dapper and pulled together and he smells nice and he's, you know, very serious and very intelligent and then he's on the floor with the cheese in his nose and he's just fearless. I really love that I love when I can be that person and he sort of allowed it to be safe." 7. Film clip from Just Visiting. FRENCH FARCE GETS A US MAKEOVER ================================ The French were left helpless with laughter when they watched the 1995 time-travelling comedy 'Les Visiteurs' and rewarded its mirth-makers by making it the most popular film in French history at the time. Now the cinematic alchemy that conjured up that regional hit has been remixed in 'Just Visiting', an Americanised version The storyline begins in the 12th century, in swashbuckling style. A medieval nobleman and his squire are accidentally transported to contemporary times by a senile sorcerer. He enlists the aid of his descendant to try to find a way to return home, all the while trying to cope with the cultural and technological changes distinguishing his time from ours. The 12th century stuff is the setup for the story, which mostly takes place in modern Chicago, after the knight, Count Thibault (Jean Reno - 'Ronin', 'Leon', 'Nikita' ), is catapulted into the future along with his vassal Andr?, (Christian Clavier), who both starred in the original version. That happens as the result of a miscalculation by a friendly magician, who offers to send the aristocrat back in time just far enough to save the king's life, but instead drops him into the 20th century. The Count and his manservant handle modern times as best they can, piling up the jokes as the culture clash across the centuries throws up hilarious encounters and misunderstandings. Thibault is befriended by the gentle Julia (Christina Applegate) a modern day princess who looks exactly like the love he left behind. Plenty of high jinx ensues with the hapless time travellers endeavoring to return to the past. Probably as difficult will be transferring the European success to the notoriously insular American audiences. Mais ... c'est la vie, as the French say. CLEARANCE DETAILS Just Visiting Hollywood Pictures 818 360 1000
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Entertainment Europe: Young Hollywood pt2 - Hot new talent honoured
TAPE: EF02/0386 IN_TIME: 14:21:47 DURATION: 5:40 SOURCES: APTN/Columbia/Warner Bros RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: Los Angeles. May 5, 2002 SHOTLIST 1. Various set-up shots red carpet 2. Set-up shots Kevin Spacey 3. SOT: (English) Kevin Spacey "You know, it's slightly embarrassing, but I also feel it's also really important. I was mentored by a lot of people in my career in the early times so it means a lot to me to get an honour like this." 4. Set-up shot Christina Applegate with mother 5. Film clip - 'The Sweetest Thing' 6. SOT: (English) Christina Applegate (on the best part of being famous): "That's the best part of it. The best part of it is being able to go out there and love people and take care of people and be able to have a voice and an influence. If we do this for nothing else, that should really be one of our top priorities." 7. Set-up shot Jake Gyllenhaal 8. SOT: (English) Jake Gyllenhaal (on how he's changed as an actor): "I think I have a lot more respect for the craft, you know. Just through experience you gain a newfound respect for whatever you do if you really love to do it. Movie after movie you're working with better actors and better actors, just really incredible talent. It's just - you keep learning and realising you have to learn more. You just can never get it right." 10. Set-up shot Thora Birch 11. SOT: (English) Thora Birch (on dealing with fame at a young age): "I'm taking it more as a note of, you know, encouragement rather than really congratulating myself. In fact, when I first heard about it I said, are you sure? I barely do hardly nothing compared to what I wish I could do. So, I'm very, very flattered and honoured." 12. Zoom into Elijah Wood 13. Cutaway press 14. SOT: (English) Elijah Wood (on how Lord of the Rings changed him): "As I get older, and the more I learn and the more I grow is how I change as an actor. It's all dependent upon the experiences that you have as an individual and how you use those experiences. So, I think that as an experience for life it was so dramatic in terms of my personal evolution that it allowed me to grow as an actor as well, just through the experiences. Working with the people and living on my own and so on and so forth." 15. Film clip - 'Lord of the Rings' 16. Pan from fans to venue 17. Set-up shot Mandy Moore 18. SOT: (English) Mandy Moore on music to movies: "I have been very lucky to make a semi-smooth transition into the whole film aspect of things, enjoying it. I've gotten to make films so far that I'm very proud of and honoured to be a part of so as long as I can continue that, then I'll be very happy." 19. SOT: (English) Robert Luketic, Director 'Legally Blonde' (his first feature film): "It's incredible. You know, you finish film school and think I have this degree, I've eaten rice and beans for four years and I've been very poor and you think now what? How do I actually make a feature film? For me, it was a very expedited process. I got a film into Sundance and Telluride, before you know it you're talking to Miramax and MGM and you're making a movie? I have to admit I was very nervous. Will this go straight to video or how does it work? Is anyone going to see it? I have to admit, I had very modest expectations of what my first film was going to be and you have to do that otherwise you become a monster and I'm not ready to become a monster yet." 20. Set-up shot Brittany Murphy 21. SOT: (English) Brittany Murphy (on what she'd advise a young person who wanted to be an actor): "I don't know, I haven't discovered it yet, but I would always advise someone younger than I to commit to their dreams and always be honest with themselves and never forget where they came from. Always commit to your dreams because they do come true. We're in America, baby." 22. Pan of red carpet FRESH FACED STARS SCRUB UP AND STEP OUT They're young and they're beautiful, they are Tinseltown's next generation of box office stars. Movieline Magazine hosted its Fourth Annual Young Hollywood Awards honouring the youngest and brightest stars. Not everyone is fresh out of braces or the wretched days of teen acne, though. Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey, aged 42, may look a bit long in the tooth to be making the rounds here - but he is the recipient of the Young Hollywood Role Model Award. It's a mantle he says he's proud to wear. Last year the award went to movie veteran Dennis Hopper. Just about everyone else on the red carpet, though, is of an age group in which 30 still seems old. Christina Applegate ('The Sweetest Thing') took home two awards - the 'Something Extra' Award and the 'Brilliant Cut' award for her philanthropic efforts. Applegate is an active supporter for cancer research, having watched her mother, who accompanied her to the event, survive breast cancer. Actor Jake Gyllenhaal, 21, (Breakthrough Performance Award') got his first acting role was when he was 11-years-old, and has graced the silver screen several times over the last year - taking on the leads in the comedy 'Bubble Boy' and 'Donnie Darko.' Thora Birch, 20, ('American Beauty', 'The Hole') brought a bag full of humility with her - noting that one of her proudest achievements is her work with the charity Best Buddies which helps developmentally disabled youths forge friendships with others. Talent working on the other side of the camera was recognised in the shape of the debut Aussie director of 'Legally Blonde,' Robert Luketic (Class Act Award for Hottest Young Filmmaker). He still seemed stunned by his metoric rise from impoverished film student to Hollywood player. Other well-known faces on the red carpet included 'Lord of the Rings' star Elijah Wood, 22, (Hottest Coolest, Young Veteran award) and the formerly blonde singing sensation -turned-silver-screen-newcomer Mandy Moore, 22, ('The Princess Diaries'). The stars might be new but the dreams are as old as cinema itself. 'Girl Interrupted' star Brittany Murphy, 24, explained: "I would always advise someone younger than I to commit to their dreams and always be honest with themselves and never forget where they came from. We're in America, baby!" Full list of winners: Hottest coolest, young veteran award: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Elijah Wood 'Something Extra Award : Christina Applegate Breakthrough Performance Award: Shannyn Sossamon, Jake Gyllenhaal New Stylemakers: Monet Mazur, Kip Pardue Standout Performance by a Young Actor: Brittany Murphy Jason Behr Superstars of tomorrow: Mandy Moore, Shane West One to Watch: jcolin Hanks, Gregory Smith, Mila Kunis, Evan Rachel Wood PlayStation 2 Next Generation Award, Selma Blair Exciting New Face Award, Chyler Leigh, Ian Somerhalder Talent for Charity Award: Thora Birch Cultural Icon: Tony Hawk (skate boarder) Brilliant Cut: Christina Applegate Class Act Award for Hottest Young Filmmaker: Robert Luketic (director of 'Legally Blonde') Young Hollywood's Role Model Award: Kevin Spacey CLEARANCE DETAILS The Sweetest Thing Columbia Pictures (20) 7533 1111 Lord of the Rings New Line Cinema
GOLDEN GLOBES ARRIVALS (1/25/1999)
Last night, the 56th annual Golden Globes were held in Beverly Hills. Funnyman Jim Carrey got the Best Actor in a dramatic movie for his role in "The Truman Show" Meanwhile his costar Ed Harris won the award for best supporting actor, and the movie was also honored for best original score. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow received the best actress in a comedy award, for "Shakespeare In Love.” the movie also received awards for best comedy movie, and best screenplay. Steven Spielberg won a best director award for "Saving Private Ryan", the movie also got the best dramatic movie award. Actor Jack Nicholson received the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement award.
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Entertainment Asia: Young Hollywood - Hot new talent honoured
TAPE: EF02/0386 IN_TIME: 06:21:56 DURATION: 5:59 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Los Angeles. May 5, 2002 SHOTLIST 1. Various: set-up shots red carpet 2. Set-up shots Kevin Spacey 3. SOT: (English) Kevin Spacey "You know, it's slightly embarrassing, but I also feel it's also really important. I was mentored by a lot of people in my career in the early times so it means a lot to me to get an honour like this." 4. Set-up shot Christina Applegate 5. SOT: (English) Christina Applegate on the best part of being famous "That's the best part of it. The best part of it is being able to go out there and love people and take care of people and be able to have a voice and an influence. If we do this for nothing else, that should really be one of our top priorities." 6. Kip Pardue on red carpet 7. Set-up shot Jake Gyllenhaal 8. SOT: (English) Jake Gyllenhaal on how he's changed as an actor "I think I have a lot more respect for the craft, you know and I don't now. Just through experience you gain a newfound respect for whatever you do if you really love to do it. Movie after movie you're working with better actors and better actors, just really incredible talent. It's just - you keep learning and realizing you have to learn more. You just can never get it right." 9. Set-up shot Thora Birch 10. SOT: (English) Thora Birch on dealing with fame at a young age: "I'm taking it more as a note of, you know, encouragement rather than really congratulating myself. In fact, when I first heard about it I said, are you sure? I barely do hardly nothing compared to what I wish I could do. So, I'm very, very flattered and honoured." 11. Pan of red carpet 12. Pan up 13. Zoom into Elijah Wood 14. Cutaway press 15. SOT: (English) Elijah Wood on how Lord of the Rings changed him "As I get older, and the more I learn and the more I grow is how I change as an actor. It's all dependent upon the experiences that you have as an individual and how you use those experiences. So, I think that as an experience for life was so dramatic in terms of my personal evolution that it allowed me to grow as an actor as well, just through the experiences. Working with the people and living on my own and so on and so forth." 16. Pan from fans to venue 17. Set-up shot Mandy Moore 18. SOT: (English) Mandy Moore on music to movies "I have been very lucky to make a semi-smooth transition into the whole film aspect of things. Enjoying it. I've gotten to make films so far that I'm very proud of and honoured to be a part of so as long as I can continue that, then I'll be very happy." 19. SOT: (English) Robert Luketic, Director "Legally Blonde" - first feature film - "It's incredible! You know, you finish film school and think I have this degree, I've eaten rice and beans for four years and I've been very poor and you think now what? How do I actually make a feature film? For me, it was a very expedited process. I got a film into Sundance and Telluride before you know it you're talking to Miramax and MGM and you're making a movie? I have to admit I as very nervous. Will this go straight to video or how does it work? Is anyone going to see it? I have to admit, I had very modest expectations of what my first film was going to be and you have to do that otherwise you become a monster and I'm not ready to become a monster yet!" 20. Set-up shot Brittany Murphy 21. SOT: (English) Brittany Murphy on what she'd advise a young person who wanted to be an actor "I don't know I haven't discovered it yet, but I would always advise someone younger than I to commit to their dreams and always be honest with themselves and never forget where they came from. Always commit to your dreams because they do come true. We're in America, baby!" 22. MS Murphy on red carpet FRESH FACED STARS STEP OUT They're young and they're beautiful, they are Tinseltown's next generation of box office stars. Movieline Magazine hosted its Fourth Annual Young Hollywood Awards honouring the youngest and brightest stars. Not everyone is fresh out of braces or the wretched days of teen acne, though. Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey, aged 42, may look a bit long at the tooth to be making the rounds here - but he is the recipient of the Young Hollywood Role Model Award. A mantle he says he is proud to wear. Last year the award went to movie veteran Dennis Hopper. Just about everyone else on the red carpet, though, is of an age group where 30 still seems old. Christina Applegate ('The Sweetest Thing') took home two awards - the 'Something Extra' Award and the 'Brilliant Cut' award for her philanthropic efforts. Applegate is an active supporter for cancer research having watched her mother, who accompanied her to the event, survive breast cancer. Actor Jake Gyllenhaal, 21, (Breakthrough Performance Award'), first acting role was when he was 11 years old, and he has graced the silver screen several times over the last year - taking on the leads in the comedy 'Bubble Boy' and 'Donnie Darko.' Thora Birch, 20, ('American Beauty', 'The Hole') brought a bag full of humility with her - noting that one of her proudest achievements is her work with the charity Best Buddies which helps developmentally disabled youths forge friendships with others. Talent working on the otherside of the camera was recognsed in the shape of the debut Aussie director of 'Legally Blonde,' Robert Luketic (Class Act Award for Hottest Young Filmmaker). He still seemed stunned by his metoric rise from impoverished film student to Hollywood player. " I had very modest expectations of what my first film was going to be and you have to do that otherwise you become a monster and I'm not ready to become a monster yet!" Other well-known faces on the red carpet included 'Lord of the Rings' star Elijah Wood (Hottest Coolest, Young Veteran award) and the formerly blonde singing sensation turned silver screen newcomer Mandy Moore, 22, ('The Princess Diaries'). She said: "I have been very lucky to make a semi-smooth transition into the whole film aspect of things. Enjoying it. I've gotten to make films so far that I'm very proud of and honoured to be a part of so as long as I can continue that, then I'll be very happy." The stars might be new but the dreams are as old as cinema itself. 'Girl Interrupted' star Brittany Murphy, 24, explained: "I would always advise someone younger than I to commit to their dreams and always be honest with themselves and never forget where they came from. Always commit to your dreams because they do come true. We're in America, baby!" Among the other award recipients for standing out amongst a sea of aspiring young actors are: Hottest coolest, young veteran award: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Elijah Wood 'Something Extra Award : Christina Applegate Breakthrough Performance Award: Shannyn Sossamon, Jake Gyllenhaal New Stylemakers: Monet Mazur, Kip Pardue Standout Performance by a Young Actor: Brittany Murphy Jason Behr Superstars of tomorrow: Mandy Moore, Shane West One to Watch: jcolin Hanks, Gregory Smith, Mila Kunis, Evan Rachel Wood PlayStation 2 Next Generation Award, Selma Blair Exciting New Face Award, Chyler Leigh, Ian Somerhalder Talent for Charity Award: Thora Birch Cultural Icon: Tony Hawk (skate boarder) Brilliant Cut: Christina Applegate Class Act Award for Hottest Young Filmmaker: Robert Luketic (director of 'Legally Blonde') Young Hollywood's Role Model Award: Kevin Spacey
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Entertainment Celebrity Jewellery - Stars design jewellery for charity sale
TAPE: EF03/0107 IN_TIME: 21:23:23 DURATION: 1:17 SOURCES: VNR RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Recent SHOTLIST 1. B-roll Gisele Buchanan 2. B-roll Penelope Lopez 3. B-roll Barbra Streisand 4. B-roll Susan Sarandon 5. Pan for sketch to pendant, by Susan Sarandon 6. Sketch by Brandy 7. Close-up pendant 8. Set-up Brandy modelling necklace 9. SOUNDBITE Brandy: "That person will have a piece of me because it is something that I designed, I created from my heart and hopefully it can mean something to them." 10. Various web pages of preciousplatinum.com 11. Various pendants on display STAR-STUDDED HEARTS GO ON SALE Top celebrities including Supermodel Gisele, Penelope Cruz, Barbra Streisand, Susan Sarandon, Brandy, and Christina Applegate have unveiled a range of personally designed jewelry, to be auctioned off to raise cash for good causes. Part of the Platinum Guild of America's ''Woman with a Heart'' initiative each of the stars were invited to sketch out their vision of a platinum heart-shaped pendant and their unique design were turned into jewelry. For fans who want a piece of their heroine's sense of style and character, a charity auction is planned. Each item will be go under the hammer in February in an online sale, with proceeds going to the favoured charity of each of the stars. The auction is on from now until February 10th on to www.PreciousPlatinum.com