Entertainment behind the scenes
Celebrities and their dogs are two a penny in Hollywood. But Little Bear must be a cut above the rest.
The cute Queensland Heeler is not only about to make his cinematic debut as the star of “First Dog”, but he also has the illustrious credentials and heart-wrenching back story to go with it.
Little Bear is now owned by film director Bryan Michael Stoller.
But before he came to Stoller, he had been rescued by former U.S. first lady Nancy Reagan and the late President Ronald Reagan after he left office and the couple moved back to California.
Stoller says Little Bear’s troubled early life was the inspiration for his movie, which revolves around a dog who is accidentally left behind at a presidential dedication ceremony and is found by a young foster boy who runs away from home and sets out on an adventure to return the dog to the White House.
The tale of John Edwards’ personal and political downfall will be coming to a movie theater near you.
But who will play the disgraced politician?
Aaron Sorkin, best known for penning the hit White House drama series “The West Wing” has bought the rights to the book penned by Andrew Young — the former aide to the Democratic presidential hopeful throughout his affair with Rielle Hunter.
For the first three “Terminator” movies, nuclear destruction and an epic war between man and machines loomed in the future. “Terminator Salvation,” the next installment in the saga due out on May 22, takes everything up to the year 2018, and it features plenty of newfangled machinery.
In a preview on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, the movie’s director McG (given name Joseph McGinty Nichol) played for a small audience scenes from the upcoming film.
A survey by dating Web site Engage found that eight out of 10 singles believe the popular HBO series that has now been made into a movie had made it more acceptable for women to have fun dating and worry less about finding a committed relationship.