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June 12, 2004 | From staff and wire reports
Hollywood continues to give its regards -- and sell its properties -- to Broadway. "Legally Blonde" is being turned into a stage musical retelling the story of a Bel-Air sorority queen (played on screen by Reese Witherspoon) who matriculates at Harvard Law School to pursue the boyfriend who dumped her.
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June 12, 2004 | From staff and wire reports
Hollywood continues to give its regards -- and sell its properties -- to Broadway. "Legally Blonde" is being turned into a stage musical retelling the story of a Bel-Air sorority queen (played on screen by Reese Witherspoon) who matriculates at Harvard Law School to pursue the boyfriend who dumped her.
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June 29, 2003 | John Horn, Times Staff Writer
It can be as rewarding as taking over as manager of the New York Yankees in the middle of a pennant race ... or as terrifying as grabbing the controls of a 747 on a turbulent final approach. This summer, three directors will take over movie franchises made famous by other filmmakers.
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July 2, 2003 | Manohla Dargis, Times Staff Writer
After earning a seriously bad reputation in the popular press, the alpha girl now finds an unlikely patron saint in the pretty-in-pink figure of Elle Woods. Chihuahua fancier and consummate fashionista, Woods is the former Miss Hawaiian Tropic runner-up cum Harvard Law School sensation who vanquished the bimbo stereotype two years ago in the surprise hit "Legally Blonde."
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December 23, 2002 | John Horn, Times Staff Writer
As the screenwriter of the $200-million blockbuster "Rush Hour 2," Jeff Nathanson had directors salivating when his new script, "Catch Me If You Can," started circulating around Hollywood. Among the first filmmakers smitten by the con-man caper was Lasse Hallstrom. The twice Oscar-nominated Swedish director was courted by DreamWorks and started discussing the project with Leonardo DiCaprio, who starred in Hallstrom's "What's Eating Gilbert Grape."
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