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August 20, 1995 | Judy Brennan, Judy Brennan is a frequent contributor to Calendar
The squall of Hollywood sniping over movie budget excess didn't blow away with last month's launch of "Waterworld." If anything, it's picking up steam over Carolco's forthcoming "Cutthroat Island." Specifically, the question is this: Will director Renny Harlin's pirate film--showcasing his wife, Geena Davis, who hasn't been in a successful film since 1992's "A League of Their Own"--be Carolco's Waterloo? The answer depends on whom you ask.
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August 20, 1995 | Judy Brennan, Judy Brennan is a frequent contributor to Calendar
The squall of Hollywood sniping over movie budget excess didn't blow away with last month's launch of "Waterworld." If anything, it's picking up steam over Carolco's forthcoming "Cutthroat Island." Specifically, the question is this: Will director Renny Harlin's pirate film--showcasing his wife, Geena Davis, who hasn't been in a successful film since 1992's "A League of Their Own"--be Carolco's Waterloo? The answer depends on whom you ask.
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October 8, 1994 | ELAINE DUTKA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bringing "Cutthroat Island" to the big screen may be the toughest feat yet attempted by impresario Mario Kassar, a cinematic Houdini who has made his reputation escaping from tight spots. On Friday, however, director Renny Harlin and female lead Geena Davis headed to Malta for the Oct. 31 shoot on the assumption that the Carolco Pictures' chief will, once again, pull it off.
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October 8, 1994 | ELAINE DUTKA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bringing "Cutthroat Island" to the big screen may be the toughest feat yet attempted by impresario Mario Kassar, a cinematic Houdini who has made his reputation escaping from tight spots. On Friday, however, director Renny Harlin and female lead Geena Davis headed to Malta for the Oct. 31 shoot on the assumption that the Carolco Pictures' chief will, once again, pull it off.
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