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Tune In And WatchApril 20th - April 26th 2014. Volume 2, Issue 16
  
 
In The Lens
KIM CATTRALL TO PLAY LEAD IN
NEW DRAMADY, SENSITIVE SKIN

Sex may sell. But skin will definitely draw an audience. Kim Cattrall is finding this to be true with her newest small screen project, Sensitive Skin.

Ms. Cattrall was immediately drawn to the intelligence and humor of the project that very much reminded her of Sex and The City. "In those years", she relates, "especially after AIDS, sex was terrifying to speak about. So we started showing it in a humorous way. I felt Sensitive Skin was doing a similar thing about getting older".

In the series, Cattrall's character---a former model---was admired and objectified her entire life and is now facing the realities of time and gravity. This, along with the loss of power and the internal conflict that accompanies it.



When describing the project, Ms. Cattrall is clear to emphasize that
"This is not a woman's story because, after all, men age too."
BILL MURRAY LEADING CAST IN
ROCK THE KASBAH

Murray, along with a star-studded ensemble that includes Scott Caan, Zooey Dechanel, Kate Hudson, Danny McBride and Bruce Willis, tells of a has-been rock manager (played by Murray) who takes his last remaining client on a USO tour of Afghanistan.

In the film, Caan plays an ammo-dealing con man, who along with his partner (played by McBride), hustles Murray in war zone Kabul.

When Murray's character finds himself abandoned, penniless and without his passport, he discovers a young girl with an extraordinary voice and manages her successfully through Afghanistan's version of American Idol, the wildly popular Afghan Star.

The film is slated to start production shortly. No release date is currently set.



Bill Murray can currently be seen in George Clooney's The Monuments Men and The Grand Hotel Budapest.
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DENZEL WASHINGTON BACK ON BROADWAY IN A RAISIN IN THE SUN
The production, which debuted at the Barrymore Theatre on April 3, was in the works long before its opening date.

In fact, Denzel Washington and the show's director, Kenny Leon have been planning the actor's return to the Broadway stage ever since Leon directed the star in Fences, the 2010 revival for which Washington won a Tony Award.

Said Leon, "It was at that point Denzel made it clear he wanted to come back to the stage every three or four years. So we made it a commitment."

Washington attributes this dedication to the stage to his early days in New York at Fordham University. "I went to see a great many plays on Broadway and knew that's what I wanted to do. Much more than Hollywood, that was the goal for me, to get to Broadway."

So what stage gig is next for him? "Tomorrow night", he cracked, "that's what's next."
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AGELINA JOLIE AND STELLA
MCCARTNEY TO RELEASE
MALEFICENT KID'S COLLECTION

If you've got children, you may now dress them as Maleficent or Princess Aurora. That's because Angelina Jolie and designer Stella McCartney have teamed up for a kid's collection inspired by Disney's upcoming film, Maleficent. In it, Ms. Jolie stars as Maleficent with Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora.

The capsule collection---available for boys and girls from ages four to fourteen---will feature eight styles including princess dresses, sandals, T shirts and sneakers. Starting May 30th---the day of the film's release---The Maleficent-inspired range will be available at retail. It will be sold at Stella McCartney stores worldwide and online, as well as Disney stores and website.

Ten percent of profits from sales made in Stella McCartney stores and online will benefit SOS Children's Villages, which works to provide homes for children in need.

Too bad the collection doesn't come in adult sizes!
 
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