Clearly, I should seek medical torv for having such malleable brows. But Variety is now reporting Fishburne is no fuck suck picture movie nip, and movie mogul Harvey Weinstein has now latched himself fully to the project and will pick a new director shortly.
Coelho flew to Cannes to discuss the project, and said he has no doubt Weinstein is the right person to get the long-in-the-works film to theaters. Like, duh. When Weinstein wants something, he gets it.
And usually the thing he wants is a shiny gold toy called Oscar. It is such an inspiring, lyrical, simply told but elegantly written tale sexy a Spanish shepherd on a search for his personal destiny and his soul mate, of courseone that can be read in a single sitting and then over and over again. The film needs someone who will veer away from excessive melodrama and give the adaptation some real visual and emotional gravity.
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Or Brit-wiz Michael Winterbottom, who lent A Mighty Heart a steely authenticity when it could have easily been manipulative and melodramatic. Babel helmer Anna Gonzalez Inarritu. Who do you think Weinstein should pick, PopWatchers?
Do you even think a film adaptation could do The Alchemist justice?
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