Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Baz Luhrmann'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • The Arts
    • Film
    • Music
    • Television & Radio
    • Literature & Creative Writing
    • Visual Art, Architecture, & Design
    • Theater & Dance
    • Broad Brush -- The Arts in General
    • Announcements
  • The Wider World
    • Faith Matters
    • The Good Life
    • Science & Technology
    • Games
    • Catch-All
  • About You, About Us
    • About this Website
    • Short-Term Parking


  • 2020 - Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2020 -- Top 100
  • 2019 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2019 -- Top 25 -- Growing Older
  • 2018 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury.
  • 2017 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2017 -- Top 25 Films on Waking Up
  • 2016 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2016 -- Top 25 Films on Mercy
  • 2015 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2015 -- Top 25 Film on Memory
  • 2014 -- Arts & Faith Ecumenical Jury
  • 2014--Top 25 Divine Comedies
  • 2013 -- Top 25 Marriage Films
  • 2012 -- Top 25 Road Films
  • 2011 -- Top 25 Horror Films
  • 2011 -- Top 100
  • 2010 -- Top 100


  • 1More Film Blog
  • Arts & Faith Board Blog

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start





Website URL









About my avatar

Favorite movies

Favorite music

Favorite creative writing

Favorite visual art

Found 2 results

  1. OK, OK. Deep breath. Paris Hilton Latest: 'Gatsby' Remake QUOTE Maybe F. Scott Fitzgerald is rolling in his grave. Then again, maybe not. All I know is, entrepreneurial 'N Sync singer Lance Bass is getting ready to produce a big-screen take on "The Great Gatsby" with Paris Hilton as an updated Daisy Buchanan. Maybe someone will ask Paris tonight at her, uh, book party if she's even read "The Great Gatsby." Perhaps Merle Ginsberg, the ghostwriter of "Confessions of an Heiress: A Tongue-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose," will read it to her tonight at Lot 61. Anyway, if Bass and his partners get their way, the Jay Gatsby character will be played by Chris Carmack, the third lead young man on Fox's TV series "The O.C." Jamie-Lynn DiScala, of "The Sopranos," will play Tom Buchanan's love interest � made famous in the 1974 film version by Karen Black and in 1949 by Shelley Winters. So to review: That's Paris doing Mia Farrow, who in turn did Betty Field, and a guy from "The O.C." as Robert Redford, previously incarnated by Alan Ladd. No word on who will play the story's conscience, Nick Carraway, who was brought to the screen in 1974 by Sam Waterston. I'm thinking Freddie Prinze, Jr., but no one asked me. All kidding aside, Lance continues to be a tireless presence who will not rest on the 'N Sync laurels. He's just produced another film, "Lovewrecked," directed by Randal Kleiser and also starring Jamie-Lynn and Carmack alongside Amanda Bynes. Tonight he'll attend bandmate Joey Fatone's wedding somewhere in New York along with Justin, Nick, J.C. and the other one. But don't look for any new music for a long time. "It all depends on whether Justin wants to do it, and he doesn't," Lance told me recently about Timberlake. "He doesn't even want to make his own new solo album. He just wants to make movies." By the way, here's a title for the Gatsby update: "Jay G." I'm not kidding.
  • Create New...