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messaggio 28/5/2008, 20:55
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Touchstone Pictures has bought Wedding Banned, a comedy spec script by Jack Amiel and Michael Begler, reports Variety.

The story centers on a long-divorced couple who kidnap their daughter on her wedding day to keep her from making the mistake of her life. The divorced parents rekindle their relationship as they elude cops and the angry groom.

Mandeville's David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman will produce with Nicole Rocklin and Blye Faust. Rocklin and Faust developed the project with the screenwriters.

Hoberman and Lieberman previously worked with Amiel and Begler on the comedies Raising Helen and The Shaggy Dog.



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Bene sembra divertente!


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Robin Williams sarà il protagonista.

Robin Williams in Disney's 'Wedding'
Actor to star in comedy for Touchstone Pictures
By MARC GRASER

In the comedy, Williams will play one-half of a long-divorced couple who kidnap their daughter on her wedding day in order to keep her from making a mistake. The divorced parents rekindle their relationship as they elude cops and the angry groom.

Deal quickly pairs up Williams again with Disney after making the comedy "Old Dogs," which bows Nov. 25 and also stars John Travolta.

The Mouse House picked up the "Wedding" script from Jack Amiel and Michael Begler last summer for Mandeville's David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman to produce.

Nicole Rocklin and Blye Faust, who developed the script with its scribes, also serve as producers on the pic. Amiel and Begler also penned the comedies "Raising Helen" and "The Shaggy Dog" for Mandeville.

Mandeville most recently produced pic "The Proposal" and the upcoming "Surrogates" for Touchstone, and "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" for Disney before that. It's currently in production on Paramount's boxing drama "The Fighter.


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messaggio 17/11/2009, 18:18
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Anna Faris Joining Williams in Wedding Banned
Source:The Hollywood Reporter
November 17, 2009


Anna Faris is in negotiations to star as Robin Williams' daughter in Wedding Banned, a romantic comedy at Touchstone Pictures, says The Hollywood Reporter.

The story revolves around a long-divorced couple who kidnap their daughter (Faris) on her wedding day to prevent her from making the same mistakes they did. The parents rekindle their relationship as they elude cops and the angry groom.

Jack Amiel and Michael Begler wrote the script. No director is attached yet.


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messaggio 17/11/2009, 18:55
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... bene bene!


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messaggio 17/11/2009, 19:32
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Io non ne posso più di commedie americane con il matrimonio come tema principale. Tra l'altro secondo me diffondono ancora di più l'idea che il matrimonio come valore non esista più.
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Sembra che Ross sia davvero deciso a ristrutturare come si deve la divisione cinematografica e scegliere i film con più intelligenza.
Il film è attualmente sospeso e in vendita!
E se il film viene comprato da un'altra casa di distribuzione e si rivela un grande successo? Che imbarazzo...
Lo sapete che originariamente i diritti del Signore degli Anelli li aveva la Miramax e poi li ha venduti? Queste sono cose che ammazzano una carriera... but, ehi, it's Hollywood!

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Disney Drops Comedy Wedding Banned
Source:The Hollywood Reporter
December 13, 2009


After halting Captain Nemo: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea last month, new Walt Disney chief Rich Ross has also dropped the romantic comedy Wedding Banned from its slate. The film was to have starred Robin Williams, Anna Faris and Diane Keaton.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio has put the project into turnaround, and the production company, Mandevile Films, is free to shop it around town.

The movie centers on a long-divorced couple (Williams and Keaton) who kidnap their daughter (Faris) on her wedding day to prevent her from making the same mistakes they did. The parents rekindle their relationship as they elude cops and the angry groom.

The movie was in development for a shoot next year.


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Disney’s Rich Ross objects to ‘Wedding’
December 11, 2009 - 2:38 pm

By Borys Kit

Less than a month after beaching “Captain Nemo: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” new Walt Disney chief Rich Ross has put the kibosh on “Wedding Banned,” a romantic comedy to have starred Robin Williams, Anna Faris and Diane Keaton.

929443021 207x300 Disneys Rich Ross objects to WeddingThe studio has put the project into turnaround, and the production company, Mandeville Films, is free to shop it around town.

“Banned” revolves around a long-divorced couple (Williams and Keaton) who kidnap their daughter (Faris) on her wedding day to prevent her from making the same mistakes they did. The parents rekindle their relationship as they elude cops and the angry groom.

The movie was being groomed for a shoot in 2010, but this week Ross made the decision to untether the project. One factor in the decision was the poor showing of the Robin Williams comedy “Old Dogs,” which has grossed just $35 million since its November 25 opening.

The decision to put “Banned” into turnaround has Disney-ites wondering what exactly constitutes a Disney studio movie in the Ross era, especially since “Banned” seemed to be in the mold of other studio hit comedies such as “The Proposal” and “Wild Hogs.”

So far Ross, who stepped into the top job in September, has put into development a remake of “The Black Hole,” with “Tron Legacy” director Joseph Kosinksi at the helm, and has picked up the rights to the book series “Fallen.”

Ross has said to colleagues that both “The Blind Side” and “Twilight” could have, and should have, been Disney movies.
(OH MIO DIO... VA BENE IL PRIMO, MA L'ALTRO????n.d.r.)
Now, with two movies knocked out, Disney is facing a thin 2011 slate. Shrewd, then, that the studio has its DreamWorks Studios output deal ramping up for late 2011. Earlier this week, the two companies slotted the first release, “Real Steel,” for November 2011.

Ross’ recent moves may spark an acceleration of DreamWorks projects, among them the sci-fi epic “Atlantis Rising,” the action thriller “Deep Sea Cowboys” and the family adventure “The 39 Cllues.”



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