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New Layout + 2012 Public Appearances
Hello! As you can see, the site has a brand new layout! I hope everyone likes it!! Anyway, the gallery is now caught up on all of Christina’s recent public appearances from this year! Previews and gallery link are below:
233 x Public Appearances > 2012 > Orange British Academy Film Awards 2012 – 02.12.12
056 x Public Appearances > 2012 > ELLE Style Awards 2012 – 02.13.12
161 x Public Appearances > 2012 > 62nd Berlinale International Film Festival – “Bel Ami” Premiere – 02.17.12
024 x Public Appearances > 2012 > 62nd Berlinale Internat’l Film Festival – “Bel Ami” After Party – 02.17.12
240 x Public Appearances > 2012 > 62nd Berlinale International Film Festival – “Bel Ami” Photocall -02.17.12
033 x Public Appearances > 2012 > Maiyet Launch Celebration – 03.15.12
006 x Public Appearances > 2012 > “A Midsummer Nights Dream” Opening Night After Party – 04.29.12
Christina @ 2012 MTV Movie Awards
Christina attended the 2012 MTV Movie Awards a few days ago. She looks lovely and beautiful as always! I’ve added a bunch of pictures of her from it to the gallery. Previews and gallery link:
164 x Public Appearances > 2012 > 2012 MTV Movie Awards – 06.03.12
Christina Ricci Joins “Mother’s Day”
Christina Ricci’s work of late seems to have the common thread of being period pieces, with her starring role in ABC’s Pan Am and a part starring alongside Robert Pattinson, Uma Thurman and Kristin Scott Thomas in Bel Ami. With Pan Am grounded after one season, that should leave her schedule open for feature roles, among which will be a part in Mother’s Day.
From Welch writer/director Paul Duddridge, the film will look at the relationships between various mothers and daughters. According to Deadline, Ricci has been cast in the movie, joining Susan Sarandon and her real life daughter Eva Amurri Martino. At this point, it looks like that’s it for the announced cast, though it seems likely that we’ll hear of more casting soon enough. There’s no word on whether Ricci will be playing the mother-side or the daughter-side of a duo, assuming it’s one or the other (or both).
Mother’s Day is described as a drama, and seems to bear no relation to other recent “Day” movies (Valentine’s Day, New Years Day), with Duddridge’s past credits appearing to be focused mainly on television. But it looks like the movie is already having some success bringing in notable names. Sarandon’s recent work has her playing Joy in Showtime’s underrated drama series The Big C, and she has a number of movies in the works, including the feature adaptation of Cloud Atlas. Meanwhile, Ricci’s recent roles include Pan Am and Bel Ami, and she’s also set to lend her voice to the Smurfs sequel. It’ll be interesting to see who else joins Mother’s Day.
Will “Pan Am” Take Flight With Amazon?
Amazon Studios is wanting to pick up “Pan Am” for another season. Read the article below for more details.
EXCLUSIVE: It’s been three months since ABC aired the last episode of Pan Am and almost two weeks since the network officially canceled the freshman series. But the 1960s drama is not dead, at least not yet. As I hinted in my story from two weeks ago, Pan Am producer Sony Pictures TV has been exploring a play on cable or other platforms. I have now learned that the studio has had conversations with Amazon about potentially picking up the show. (Amazon already carries Pan Am‘s first season.) Like its fellow streaming brethren Hulu and Netflix, Amazon, along with Microsoft’s Xbox, has been looking to enter the original programming space.
DirecTV entered the original series arena by picking up canceled broadcast series — NBC’s Friday Night Lights and FX’s Damages. Netflix is doing it too with a new season of Arrested Development. Picking up Pan Am would certainly put Amazon on the map, though it seems at odds with the company’s recently announced plans to focus on comedy and children’s programming produced by its newly launched Amazon Studios. Because it ran on ABC only for a brief time and because Amazon already airs Pan Am‘s produced episodes, the streaming service can embrace the series and brand it as its own. It would also complement Amazon’s upcoming comedy slate with a high-end drama the service likely can’t produce on its own just yet.
Sony TV has an incentive to keep Pan Am going. The series, which started off great on ABC before quickly losing traction, is a big international seller for the studio. It is particularly popular in Europe, recently winning the best series category at this year’s Rose d’Or awards, considered Europe’s top television honor. Pan Am is one of several cancelled series that have been shopped around. ABC’s Cougar Town has become a success story, making a leap to TBS, Netflix looked at Fox’s Terra Nova and ABC’s The River but ultimately passed, while CBS’ Unforgettable has been pitched to TNT and Lifetime.
Christina @ “Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations” Costume Institute Gala