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Gillian Anderson was at the Cannes Film Festival this week where she chatted with the press about her forthcoming release, X-Files: I Want to Believe, which opens stateside July 25. Anderson reprises her role as Agent Scully opposite David Duchovny as her partner Mulder in the Chris Carter-directed sequel.
“It was hard work. I’m too old for this. It was a slog,” she told BBC Newsbeat. “(Duchovny’s) climbing and jumping off cliffs. I didn’t do any of that and I was more exhausted by the end of it than he was. I’m a wimp.”
The actress added that, although she’s only seeing footage from the film now that she’s started doing post-production voice work, she’s cautiously optimistic about the movie.
Anderson said, “I’m excited and I hope it’s good. I really hope it’s good. I have faith in it. I do.” Perhaps Scully has finally shed her skepticism.
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He just released his Rolling Stones rockumentary Shine a Light and has a biopic of reggae icon Bob Marley in-development, but it seems that Martin Scorsese’s got Frank Sinatra under his skin now, too.
Latino Review points out an article at Female First that reveals Scorsese is looking to direct a biopic of Ol’ Blue Eyes. (There is another Sinatra movie in the works, Mr. S, which is based on the memoir by Sinatra’s valet, to be played by Chris Tucker. Brett Ratner is attached to direct.)
The late Chairman’s daughter Tina will produce the film; she also produced a 1992 TV miniseries biopic with her father’s blessing. “Marty has always wanted to do this. I trust him implicitly,” Tina told Female First.
The biopic will reportedly “present the truth” about Frank Sinatra and “finally end speculation the late star was part of the American gangster scene.”
This would not be Scorsese’s first brush with a Rat Pack biopic. He spent years developing the now-shelved Dino, an adaptation of Nick Tosches’ gritty bestseller Dino: Livin’ High in the Dirty Business of Dreams. Tom Hanks had been lined up to play Dean Martin, with John Travolta reportedly attached to play Sinatra.
So who do you think should play Sinatra? While they may not be Italian-Americans, how about Daniel Craig or Bruce Willis as Ol’ Blue Eyes?
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s production company Appian Way will produce Fleming, a biopic of James Bond creator Ian Fleming, along with Andrew Lazar (Confessions of a Dangerous Mind). The Titanic star may also portray the late author.
“It’s going to be very different from the Bond films,” Lazar informed The Los Angeles Times. “There are a lot of different ways to crack biopics, but we’re not trying to emulate a Bond movie … The idea that this guy’s life informed the James Bond character is pretty fascinating.”
The paper added, “During the writers’ strike, DiCaprio showed interest in Fleming and his world, but he’s looking to take the script in a different direction with a new writer.”
British screenwriter Damian Stevenson penned the original script, which Warner Bros. bought in 2005. Variety reported at the time that “Fleming tells the story of how the author’s own experiences with womanizing and spying shaped his signature secret agent creation. Born into a privileged English family, Fleming began as a comparative underachiever until a stint as a journalist covering the Soviet Union led him to begin spying on that country for the Foreign Office. Fleming was the mastermind of numerous clever spying schemes, some deemed too outlandish to use. He dreamed of becoming a daring secret agent and adapted his own womanizing feats and the stories he heard to craft the Bond novels. He unveiled 007 in Casino Royale in 1953.”
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