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Aardman Animations have been asked to produce a film for the Tate Galleries. The project is funded by the charity Legacy Trust UK and the end result will be a movie for and by kids, giving British children a chance to get involved in the creative process from start to finish.
Amanda Seyfried claims that mega hit musical Mamma Mia! is indeed getting a sequel and that Meryl Streep is up for it. But some wonder what songs would be used as all the best ones are in the first movie.
Keira Knightley has informally been linked to the My Fair Lady remake project for a while, but now it’s been confirmed. Apparently, it was a toss-up between Keira and Scarlett Johansson. Joe Wright (Pride & Prejudice, Atonement) has been asked to reteam with Knightley to yet again oversee her feeble attempts at acting.
On 3 November, London will be filled with music as the city hosts three free concerts to coincide with the premiere of Disney’s A Christmas Carol. Check out the line-up and locations.
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Clive Owen’s next project will be Trust, a drama about internet grooming. David Schwimmer came up with the story and will also be directing.