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I guess it’s official now that Cameron will star in the drama “My Sister’s Keeper”. This means another new movie for Cami-fans to look forward to!
Because according to Variety.com, New Line Cinema has set siblings Dakota and Elle Fanning to star with Cameron Diaz in “My Sister’s Keeper”, the Nick Cassavetes-directed adaptation of the Jodi Picoult novel. Production begins this March in Los Angeles.
Elle Fanning will play a young girl who sues for emancipation from her parents. Mom and Dad conceived her as a genetic match with the hope she could prolong her cancer-ridden sister’s life.
Jeremy Leven wrote the script, and Mark Johnson will produce. Both teamed with Cassavetes and New Line on “The Notebook.”
The girls are younger than they were in Picoult’s novel, but a decision was made to cast them younger because it was age-appropriate for Diaz.
Cameron Diaz will appear on one of the nine special celebrity-covers to collect from the November issue of W Magazine. If you get your hands on the Cameron-cover, don’t hesitate to scan it for the site. Thank you. :) Here’s a small part of the article (which you can read in W’s November issue) from style.com.
Employing the subversive sense of humor that has made him one of today’s most in-demand art stars, Richard Prince had his way with a stack of paparazzi photos, creating nine unique covers for this month’s issue. “It’s sort of like making art with a cocktail umbrella,” he says wryly. This is not the first time Prince, who is the subject of a retrospective now on view at the Guggenheim Museum, has used appropriated images in his art. Some of his most iconic works are called “rephotographs” of mass-media imagery, such as cowboys from cigarette ads, as well as “signed” publicity shots of movie stars. “I called Katie Holmes and she said something like, ‘I was blinded by science,’ so that’s what I inscribed on her photograph,” Prince says of one of the images in his W portfolio, before admitting, “I just sort of made that up.”
Nickelodeon will be premiering the one hour long “Dora the Explorer” movie “Dora Saves the Mermaids” on November 5, 2007 at 7 PM Eastern. The movie stars Dora in an all new adventure at the beach. During beach cleanup day Dora and her friends hear the story of the fall of the mermaid kingdom from a singing clam and set out to save the kingdom using the magic crown they found washed ashore during the cleanup. The film will have a prominent environmentalist message about keeping the oceans clean and protected from garbage dumping.
In conjunction with the film the Nick Jr website, www.nickjr.com, has released a new Dora game based on the movie as of October 17, 2007. There will be a PSA featuring Dora, Cameron Diaz, and real kids about cleaning up the ocean, as well as a sneak preview on the movie available to mobile phone users and users of the Nick Jr video streaming service starting on October 29, 2007.
Here’s an update on the romance (mostly created by the tabloids) between Cameron and actor Bradley Cooper. He claims, once and for all, that they’re just very good friends.
Bradley Cooper admits he’s pretty chummy with Cameron Diaz, who has been on the actor’s arm around New York the past month.
“I think she’s great,” Cooper told People Magazine at Saturday’s “Nip/Tuck” season 5 premiere in Hollywood. “We’re good friends.”
Cooper, 32, and Diaz, 35, were photographed on the sidelines of Sept. 30’s Giants-Eagles NFL game alongside Ashton Kutcher (Diaz’s “What Happens in Vegas…” costar) and Demi Moore (Cameron’s “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” costar). The two also looked cozy during a recent stroll through Central Park and during a “Saturday Night Live” afterparty.
Cooper, who split with wife of four months Jennifer Esposito in May, appears next in 2008’s “He’s Just Not That into You”, opposite Jennifer Aniston and (Cameron’s BFF) Drew Barrymore.