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Feb 5 '13 Are you getting tired of all of the excerpts from Brandi Glanville's book, Drinking & Tweeting & Other Brandi Blunders ? Surprisingly enough, I'm not tired of it yet, and I don't think most of you are either...Here an excerpt about Brandi
Things are already so heated on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' third season and we haven't even met new cast member, Marisa Zanuck . Fans won't meet Zanuck until about Episode 8, but she stopped by the Celebuzz studio in Hollywood
It sounds like this season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the ladies will be lucky just to get out alive. Bravo premiered season three of its cult-inducing franchise on Tuesday, and introduced viewers to two new castmates: Yolanda Foster
Film News Stefano Gallini-Durante and "Get Low" producer Dean Zanuck are picking up "The Weight of the Butterfly," buying feature rights to Erri De Luca's Italian bestseller "Il Peso Della Farfalla." De Luca's novel, published in 2009, is described
The producer of the acclaimed new comedy, "Get Low," says he hopes the movie attracts viewers other than his relatives during its run at a Salisbury cinema. Dean Zanuck's mother is Hollywood actress Linda Harrison, who was born in nearby Berlin.
Because director Aaron Schneider aimed high, it took him five years to make "Get Low." The film, a Depression-era comedy-drama, is based on the true story of a 1930s Tennessee hermit who staged his own funeral to hear what folks had to say about him.
Dean Zanuck, 37, a third-generation scion of the Hollywood producing dynasty, strikes out on his own with the quirky "Get Low," the first film from his new company, Zanuck Independent. Directed by first-time feature film director Aaron Schneider, who
In these tough times for independent film, producers have to use every tool in their box to get films made. Rounding up investors from Georgia to Poland, shooting quickly and efficiently. And if you happen to be a third-generation showbiz scion, well,
As a youngster, Richard D Zanuck had to sell copies of the Saturday Evening Post to learn the value of hard work. "Of course," Zanuck said with a wink, "my dad did have a chauffeur take me to pick up the papers."...Zanuck, now 75, rattles off the