Virtual Newsstand: Movieline, November 1992


ENTERTAINMENT AS A WAY OF LIFE
MOVIELINE
November 1992

FEATURES

Doin' Time on Planet Keanu
One of the few young actors within reach of real stardom, Keanu Reeves -- bouncing between catatonia and goofiness -- talks about his latest film, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and tells other tales from the dark side of stardom.

Top Ten Unproduced Screenplays
Maybe they're better off not being filmed -- Hollywood's likely to screw them up. A close look at the best unmade scripts in town.

Six Characters Actresses in Search of an Offer
Jennifer Tilly, Beverly D'Angelo, Laurie Metcalf, Rosie Perez, Joan Cusack and Amanda Plummer -- moviemakers haven't quite figured out what "to do" with these scene-stealing actresses. But the world will be a better place when they do.

The Other Side of Spike Lee
Preparing for the release of Malcolm X, his biggest film yet, America's angriest director comes out -- laughing? Spike Lee loosens up and lets fly.

The New World of Chris Columbus
The director of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York was a Hollywood hit at an early age, but he won't live there. From his Chicago vantage point, Chris Columbus surveys Spielberg and Macaulay Culkin, his love/hate relationship with critics, and the religious dimensions of popular entertainment.



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