“Stick to your guns. Not always easy to be under fire but always easier than going against your own integrity," the former "Cheers" added.
Fans are cackling with glee about the classic Halloween movie's second life, which will culminate in a long-awaited sequel that's bound for Disney+.
The "America’s Got Talent" judge, who established herself as the celebrity queen of Halloween after two decades of elaborate costumes, called off her party this year due to the coronavirus. However, multiple websites have posts selling tickets to the big event — some as much as $3,258 a piece.
Celebs joined others in pointing out that Trump had access to world-class medical care.
Bette Midler, Jameela Jamil and David Simon have come to the duchess's defense.
New Republic Pictures has won the auction for “Family Jewels,” a comedy pitch starring Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton, who have not appeared on screen together since 1996’s “The First Wives Club.”Peter Hoare is writing the screenplay, while New Republic principals Brian Oliver and Bradley Fischer are producing alongside Alan Nevins. Tracey Nyberg is executive producing. Fischer and Nevins packaged the project and brought in Hoare with Nyberg.The film, which is eyeing a 2020 production start, is a multigenerational family comedy in which Hawn, Midler and Keaton are forced to spend the Christmas holidays together along with their kids and grandkids — after the man they were all once married to suddenly dies in a department store.Also Read: Chris Hemsworth and Tiffany Haddish $40 Million Comedy 'Down Under Cover' Picked Up by Paramount“The chemistry of Diane, Bette and Goldie is unmatched and irresistible, and I’m thrilled to help reunite them on screen for generations of fans,” Fischer said.“This movie fits perfectly in our plan to finance and produce four to six major studio theatricals a year and puts movie stars back where they ought to be — on the big screen” Oliver added.Hoare most recently had one of the biggest deals out of Cannes where he sold his original spec “Down Under Cover” to Paramount, with Chris Hemsworth and Tiffany Haddish starring. His new feature, “Standing Up, Falling Down” is being released on Friday.Also Read: 'Hocus Pocus' Sequel in the Works for Disney+“Brad and I always wanted Peter for this project but he was constantly busy,” Nevins said. “To our great joy, after the Cannes sale, we were able to get the three of us united. I, and the public, have waited many years for these three ladies to star in another film together.”Hoare is repped by Kailey Marsh at Brillstein, and Hayes Robbins at Goodman, Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher. The deal was negotiated for New Republic by Michael Moskowitz with Manatt, Phelps and Phillips.Read original story Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, Diane Keaton Comedy Pitch ‘Family Jewels’ Acquired by New Republic Pictures At TheWrap
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