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via deadline.com - It has been 15 years since Warren Beatty acted in a movie, and an even longer 18 years since he wrote, directed and produced one (the still very prescient 1998 political satire Bulworth).
via www.latimes.com - "Warren Beatty wants you to call him at home.” This was the message Lily Collins received out of the blue three years ago, just hours before she was about to embark on a European press tour.
via time.com - Warren Beatty’s first movie in 15 years, Rules Don’t Apply, begins with a quote from its subject, Howard Hughes, whom Beatty plays: “Never check an interesting fact.” The film, out Nov. 23, spins a fictional yarn, and one which Beatty—who had been chewing on the idea for decades and also wrote, directed and produced it—has repeatedly insisted is not a biopic of the eccentric aviator, entrepreneur and filmmaker.
via deadline.com - A Hollywood legend came to our big all-day awards season event, The Contenders Presented By Deadline, when I sat down with Warren Beatty to discuss his first film in 15 years, Rules Don’t Apply, and the first he has written, directed, produced and starred in since Bulworth in 1998.
via www.today.com - “Rules Don’t Apply” is Warren Beatty’s first movie in 15 years. The film’s stars, Lily Collins and Alden Ehrenreich, visit TODAY to share their experiences working with the legendary actor and director.
via www.today.com - Actresses Octavia Spencer, Taraji P. Henson and Janelle Monae star in the upcoming biographical drama “Hidden Figures,” in which they portray three real-life African-American women — math experts who were key to NASA during the Space Race of the 1960s.