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Trade Breaks: New, Reaping, Me, Tales (sarah michelle gellar mention)

By Garth Franklin

Wednesday 7 September 2005, by Webmaster

"Cheri Oteri, Amy Poehler and Jill Ritchie have signed on to join Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Seann William Scott in Richard Kelly’s indie "Southland Tales". Miranda Richardson, John Larroquette, Jon Lovitz, Will Sasso, Wood Harris, Bai Ling, Joe Campana and Wallace Shawn also have joined the ensemble cast. The story is set in a futuristic Los Angeles as it teeters on the brink of social, economic and environmental disaster. Oteri will play a villainous lesbian bodybuilder, while Ritchie will play a porn star and the best friend of Gellar’s character..."

"New Line has pushed back historical epic "The New World" from its planned Nov. 9 release date to a Christmas limited bow and a Jan. 13 wide release. Distribution president David Tuckerman said change was made because the film "won’t be done in time" for a Nov. 9 launch. Pic, starring Colin Farrell and helmed by Terrence Malick, is getting a big kudos push from New Line, and the Gotham and L.A. holiday bow will qualify it for Oscar consideration..."

"Hurricane Katrina swooped over Florida and slammed into Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama on Monday, shuttering movie theaters and disrupting filming. Much of the cast and crew of Warner Bros. "The Reaping" with Hilary Swank evacuated to hotels in Austin on Sunday. Universal Pictures’ "Miami Vice," directed by Michael Mann and starring Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx, shut down Thursday and Friday but resumed shooting Monday..."

"Fox Searchlight has acquired "Imagine Me & You" for distribution in North America, Latin America, Italy and Japan. A love story starring Piper Perabo, Lena Headey, Matthew Goode, "Imagine," which likely will get a new title, marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Ol Parker ("It Was an Accident"), who also penned the screenplay..."