She's a celebrity mother that we love - and we clearly aren't alone. Chanel No. 5 has tapped Gisele Bundchen as the new face of its fragrance, with director Baz Luhrmann on board to direct the beauty in a number of ads. Tom Brady’s sexier...Show More Summary
Congratulations are in order for Gisele Bündchen! Women's Wear Daily announced Friday that the supermodel is likely teaming up with legendary director Baz Luhrmann as the face of Chanel's signature fragrance, Chanel No. 5. Chanel No....Show More Summary
Just when you thought Gisele Bundchen's life couldn't get any more perfect: Chanel just announced that Gisele will be star in its next ad campaign for Chanel No. 5, directed by Baz Luhrmann, the man behind the brand's hauntingly gorgeous 2004 commercial featuring Nicole Kidman (remember?). Show More Summary
Baz Luhrmann stops to pose for photographers as he arrives at the 2014 Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 5) in New York City. The 51-year-old filmmaker was joined on the red carpet by his wife Catherine Martin. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Baz Luhrmann According to [...]
Baz Luhrmann may have found his follow-up to The Great Gatsby: a biopic of Elvis Presley that’s currently being developed by Warner Brothers. The studio already has Saving Mr. Banks and Fifty Shades Of Grey screenwriter Kelly Marcel at work on a script, which covers some as-yet-undetermined span of Presley’s life. Show More Summary
Baz Luhrmann (The Great Gatsby) is in talks to direct a biopic about Elvis Presley, penned by 'Fifty Shades of Grey' screenwriter Kelly Marcel. The post Elvis Presley Biopic Developing with Baz Luhrmann in Talks to Direct appeared first on Screen Rant.
Baz Luhrmann's a filmmaker that's always been heavily associated with music. He's only made one out-and-out musical, Moulin Rogue, but all of his pictures pivot on pop songs of every era, energizing his visuals with the propulsive thrust of the 20th and 21st century's hottest beats. Show More Summary
'Saving Mr. Banks' writer Kelly Marcel is working on the screenplay, which isn't based on any existing material about the rock and roll icon. [...]
So in addition to the hip-hop TV show, and the kung-fu movie, and then all these other lofty ideas he dreamed up in bed, Baz Luhrmann will possibly take on the King. According to the Wrap, Lurhmann is in talks to direct an Elvis biopic (written by Kelly Marcel, of... More »
Warner Bros. is moving forward with a big screen biopic about Elvis Presley and, according to a story today at TheWrap, are in negotiations with Baz Luhrmann ( Moulin Rogue!, The Great Gatsby ) to direct. Currently untitled, the Elvis biopic is being scripted by Kelly Marcel, best known for Saving Mr. Show More Summary
Baz Luhrmann is in talks to direct a film based on the life of Elvis Presley, written by Kelly Marcel. Read the full article on AICN Papa Vinyard here, now here's a little somethin' for ya... Calling all Elvis men (and women) out there:...Show More Summary
Elvis Presley was one of the greatest showmen in the history of music. Who better to chronicle his story, then, than one of the greatest showmen in the history of film? Baz Luhrmann, the director of Strictly Ballroom, Moulin Rouge, Romeo...Show More Summary
Over the past few years there have been several different films meant to focus on Elvis Presley. There's the standard biopic Last Train to Memphis from director Kevin Macdonald, Growing Up Graceland to explore Presley's final days, and also the more specific Elvis & Nixon, about the King's relationship with our president. Show More Summary
The most famous Kurt Vonnegut graduation speech is the one he never gave: “Wear Sunscreen,” which went viral on the Internet in 1997 and a year later inspired the spoken word song “Everybody’s Free to Wear Sunscreen” by Baz Luhrmann (yes, that Baz Luhrmann). Show More Summary
Director Baz Luhrmann returns to theater to adapt his 1992 film 'Strictly Ballroom,' a dancing story about 'popular revolution,' into a musical. New elements include the song 'Beautiful Surprise.' SYDNEY, Australia — The video playing on the television inside Baz Luhrmann's bedroom was supposed to be much steamier.
Baz Luhrmann eyes the 'Kung Fu' adaptation, Leonardo DiCaprio joins Inarritu's 'The Revenant', Michael B. Jordan's CIA thriller gets picked up and more! The post Movie News Wrap Up: ‘Kung Fu’, ‘The Revenant’, ‘Men Who Kill’ and More appeared first on Screen Rant.
02-03 May Sydney Symphony Orchestra will perform music from Baz Luhrmann movies, including scores from Craig Armstrong and David Hirschfelder: Strictly Ballroom, Romeo...
The Hollywood Reporter reports Baz Luhrmann is in talks to direct Kung Fu, an adaptation of the 1970s martial arts Western TV show. Running from 1972 to 1975, it starred David Carradine as a half-American, half-Chinese orphan who is trained at a Shaolin monastery to become a martial arts master... More »
If a deal is made, the filmmaker will rewrite the script by Rich Wilkes for this Universal Pictures action drama. [...]