Lindsay Lohan's Peeps Stop Her Barbara Walters Interview; Twilight Fans Pack Camp Ahead Of Monday Premiere: Biz Break
Also in Friday's early round-up of news briefs: Oscar winner Javier Bardem gets a Hollywood Honor ahead of Skyfall release; A Royal Affair, Chasing Ice and Starlet are among this year's look at new Specialty Releases; And Harold & Kumar writers are eyeing their next gig.
Twilight Fans Set Up Tent City for Monday's Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Premiere
Distributor Summit is offering camping spots to 2,200 Twi-hards, making this the franchise's largest camp to date and almost double last year's. The final Twilight premiere takes place at LA Live on Monday, Deadline reports.
Lindsay Lohan's Barbara Walters 20/20 Interview Stopped By Lohan's New PR Team
Dissatisfied with "the direction ABC wanted to take the interview," Lohan's new PR reps, Rogers & Cowan, have said that the actress will not appear on 20/20 for an interview with Walters on a scheduled slot set to air November 16th, Deadline reports.
Specialty Release Preview: Chasing Ice, Citadel, Coming Up Roses, In Another Country, A Royal Affair, Starlet
Bernadette Peters and French actress Isabelle Huppert will open their latest respective films Coming Up Roses and In Another Country,. Starlet with Dree Hemingway has a San Fernando Valley adult film industry bent, while Citadel won SXSW Festival’s Audience Midnight section prize. Film sales outfit Submarine releases the climate-change documentary Chasing Ice via its distribution label Submarine Deluxe, scoring talk show attention as a result of Hurricane Sandy’s devastation, while Magnolia’s A Royal Affair will get a traditional theatrical rollout, Deadline reports.
Javier Bardem Nabs a Hollywood Star
Academy award-winning actor Javier Bardem has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Bardem, who plays villain Silva in the latest Bond movie Skyfall, was joined by his female co-stars Naomie Harris and Berenice Marlohe. Bardem received a best supporting actor Oscar for his role in the Coen brothers film No Country for Old Men in 2008, BBC reports.
Harold & Kumar Writers Set to Direct Cherries
The story centers on three dads who come together to stop their daughters from fulfilling their sex pact to lose their virginities on prom night. Cherries would be a reunion of several key Harold & Kumar behind the camera talent, THR reports.