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Monthly Archives: March 2004
Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Rough day….Updates tomorrow…even if I have to bleed to get them done! Sorry for the delay…
Love, Mister D
Bette’s concert grosses reported the week ending 04-03-04:
Number 4: Boston, MA $1,155,641
Number 7: E. Rutherford, NJ $983,900
Number 16: Buffalo, NY $715,173
Number 17: Hampton, VA $698,180
Number 24: Grand Rapids, MI $618,824
Ya’ll can do the math! I never add up…:-)
Love, Mister D
Paramount Sees Its Future in the Stars (Big Ones)
By SHARON WAXMAN
AS VEGAS — There seemed no end to the parade of star power on display at the Paramount Pictures event at the movie industry’s annual ShoWest convention here.
Jim Carrey, Nicole Kidman, Denzel Washington, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, Nicolas Cage, Bette Midler, Samuel L. Jackson, Meryl Streep: one after another they marched out from behind a curtain at the Paris Hotel on March 24, like some menagerie of old-time Hollywood glamour.
Girls gone crazy
$300 Madonna tickets, Britney’s ‘Hotel’ rip-off, Janet with nothing to say
Richmond Times Dispatch
Thursday, April 1, 2004
Every once in a while, I find myself asking, “What planet are these people living on?”
That has happened a lot recently, from the announcement that Madonna will charge $300-plus for the good seats to Britney’s wretched display on Showtime this past weekend to Janet Jackson’s stilted, useless interview with David Letterman on Monday night.
Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Sorry for the lack of new music and polls, etc….been doing maintenance and finding a new host which is all accomplished now…but I am beat…
I plan on working out some new updates tomorrow afternoon so please be gentle!:-)
In the meantime, visit Darrells Bette On The Boards for the Song of the Week, especially if you missed the Kiss My Brass tour. You’re in for a treat!
See ya’ll tomorrow….
Love, Mister D
From Liz Smith
BIG DOINGS April 21 at Carnegie Hall. The 12th annual Rainforest Foundation concert. “Great Songs From the Movies” is the theme. Bette Midler, Billy Joel, James Taylor, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith and Elton John are on board. Producer Trudie Styler says that Elton, famously subtle, will sing “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”
Paramount Previews Movie Line-up
Tue, Mar 30, 2004, 07:03 PM PT
By Mike Szymanski
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) — On Tuesday, Paramount Pictures offered the press first glimpses of their upcoming movies for the rest of the year.
“The Stepford Wives” looks campily funny, “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow” looks darkly noirish and “Suspect Zero” looks horrifyingly scary. And Jude Law, well, he looks like a contract player for Paramount.
Law stars in “Sky Captain” as well as “What’s it All About, Alfie?” and is the voice of narrator “Lemony Snicket” in the film “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events” which stars Jim Carrey.
Photo: Spark St. Jude
Mister D: Who knows if this is true…sounds more like one of the characters Bette would play or maybe our image of her on stage…but I thought it was funny, nonetheless…:-)
The Village Voice
by Michael Musto
March 30th, 2004 11:00 AM
The upcoming Stepford Wives remake has already been robotically deconstructed by the press, but I’m still as wound up as a mechanical housewife in my burning urge to see it, praying it’ll be mesmerizingly offbeat, not just downright bizarre. The cast alone is a Who’s Who of wait a minute, but in a potentially appealing, Oscar-winner-meet-country-star-on-the-way-to-Hollywood Squares sort of way.
Faith Promotes “Stepford Wives”
Junket for remake kicks off.
by Neil Haislop, Country Forever Productions
Monday 3.29.2004 /www.j98.com/ — The producers for “Stepford Wives” began the promotion effort for the film in Las Vegas this week at the Sho-West marketing convention of Theater Owners. The stars, Nicole Kidman, Faith Hill, Glenn Close, Jon Lovitz, Matthew Broderick, and Bette Midler appeared together on the various magazine TV shows. Funny moment on E.T. came when both Nicole and Faith admitted that the robot versions of their Stepford Wives characters were given bigger breasts. The film is set for summer release.
Photo: Cathleen Allison
Retired Hollywood photographer to display images
March 30, 2004
A retired Hollywood photographer will show his work during a meeting of the Carson City Historical Society on Saturday.
Charles Adams, who lives off of Kings Canyon Road, worked as a set director and a still photographer in Southern California for many years. Members of the society asked him to speak after seeing his collection of antiques and photos.
“My house is not an old, historic Carson City house,” he said. “But what I have here is a lot of art objects that are old, and I’ve got memorabilia from Hollywood of people I’ve photographed.”