The paradoxical quote, which closes the classic “Casablanca” now takes on new meaning. The 1942 film may be beginning again — there is a potential sequel in the works.
Warner Bros. was approached with a treatment, written over 30 years ago by Howard Koch — an original writer of the film — for a follow-up to the Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman-led “Casablanca,” according to the New York Post.
The story goes that… Continue reading 'Casablanca' Sequel: Potential Reboot Of Classic Romance In The Works
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Kim Kardashian’s failed marriage to basketball star Kris Humphries has jinxed the Montecito, Calif. home where the nuptials were exchanged, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
The stunning estate, which is owned by former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, used to be a haven for the very wealthy to stage their elaborate weddings, as well as… Continue reading Kim Kardashian Curse! Potential Brides Shunning Montecito Home Reality Star Got Hitched At
ESPN public relations reps Josh Krulewitz, Mike Humes and Mike Soltys announced Friday via Twitter that host and reporter Erin Andrews is leaving the network. Her contract expires this month. According to the reps, ESPN made an “aggressive offer to keep her,” and she leaves in good standing.
“She did great work for us… we wish her the best of luck on her next chapter,”… Continue reading Erin Andrews leaving ESPN for potential deal at FOX Sports
Tom Hanks may head back to World War II once again. Again. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hanks will produce and potentially star in the Universal adaptation of ‘In the Garden of Beasts.’ The non-fiction book — from writer Erik Larson, who also wrote ‘The Devil in the White City, which Leonardo DiCaprio has long been attached to — follows William Dodd, an American ambassador in 1933 Berlin… Continue reading Tom Hanks Eyeing 'In the Garden of Beasts' as Potential Star Vehicle