where is the line with you


We’ve got a new interview clip up on the mirror site. Apparently it’s a very good interview and it was done by Tribute, a Canadian site. You can download it from here.

Lyra sent a heads up that the Paris, je t’aime IMDB page has gone up.

Amidoll found a nice little preview of Closer from Entertainment Weekly.

Entertainment Weekly – August 20/27, 2004

CLOSER – A tale of tormented love.

Law stars as Dan, a tortured writer who betrays his girlfriend Alice (Portman) with Anna (Roberts), who will soon become the girlfriend of Larry, played by Owen.

Based on Marber’s stage play of the same name (in which Owen played the role of Dan), Closer is “unusal in that it has huge time jumps,” says Nichols, whose last stage-to-screen adaptation, HBO’s Angels in America, recently racked up 21 Emmy nominations. “It’s all beautiful beginnings and miserable endings somewhat like the way you experience your own adventures in love as you look back.”

While all four cast members said yes to Nichols immediately – “If he asked me to pick up his dog’s poop for a year, I would do it,” says Portman- there was some concern about the darkness of the material.

“On the surface, it was a piece that really depressed me,” says Roberts, who inherited the role from Cate Blanchett after Blanchett became pregnant. “It’s about deception and confusion, and I thought. ‘People just don’t act like this.’ But you get in there, and it (becomes) something that you make very human, so it’s not just these grand, horrible, bad things that people do. It’s more painful than that.”

Embracing the spirit of the stage version, the cast gathered in New York for two weeks of rehearsal before heading off to London to begin filming. “We spent hours and hours talking,” says Portman. “I remember Julia saying it was like school.” Complete with reading material: Roberts and Nichols both handed out favorite books, with Nichols contributing Alessandro Baricco’s Silk and Roberts suggesting Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion. “They were tales of passionate love, because the movie is all about that,” Portman continues. “There’s this nastiness to the film, but the deepest part is the passion when people feel they have no choice.”

WHAT’S AT STAKE: Sony is look for a Best Picture contender- something the studio hasn’t had in at least four years (remember Erin Brockovich?). Dec 3

And finally, some GREAT fanart today.

This wallpaper from chrash is DEE-LICIOUS. That’s rapidly becoming one of my all time fav pics.

William always submits great work and here’s his newest effort. Must have been cold in there.

And ending things off with some mirror effects from Glossy.