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December 31, 1993 | ROGER D. FRIEDMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In a front corner table of Mortimer's on Lexington Avenue, playwright John Guare (silver haired, bow-tied, eyes twinkling with mischief) and actress Stockard Channing (blond-streaked and engagingly caustic in tortoise shell sunglasses) playfully jab at one another over baked apples and crab cakes. "We've known each other for 23 years," remarks Channing wryly as a photographer shoots away. "Has it been 23?" asks Guare with mock surprise. "I guess so."
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January 13, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
MGM Files Separation Suit: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has sued producer Arnon Milchan, his New Regency Productions and other offshore companies for breach of contract and fraud in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The studio claims Milchan, the co-producer of its film "Six Degrees of Separation," reneged on paying $8.05 million for foreign distribution rights as outlined in its agreement. "MGM is going to be like a heat-seeking missile on Mr. Milchan's assets," said Pierce O'Donnell, MGM's attorney.
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January 13, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
MGM Files Separation Suit: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has sued producer Arnon Milchan, his New Regency Productions and other offshore companies for breach of contract and fraud in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The studio claims Milchan, the co-producer of its film "Six Degrees of Separation," reneged on paying $8.05 million for foreign distribution rights as outlined in its agreement. "MGM is going to be like a heat-seeking missile on Mr. Milchan's assets," said Pierce O'Donnell, MGM's attorney.
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December 31, 1993 | ROGER D. FRIEDMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In a front corner table of Mortimer's on Lexington Avenue, playwright John Guare (silver haired, bow-tied, eyes twinkling with mischief) and actress Stockard Channing (blond-streaked and engagingly caustic in tortoise shell sunglasses) playfully jab at one another over baked apples and crab cakes. "We've known each other for 23 years," remarks Channing wryly as a photographer shoots away. "Has it been 23?" asks Guare with mock surprise. "I guess so."
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December 10, 1995 | Robert W. Welkos
These are exhilarating times for Will Smith. The 27-year-old actor not only won acclaim for his role in the 1993 Oscar-nominated film "Six Degrees of Separation" but also co-starred with Martin Lawrence in Columbia Pictures' surprise 1995 hit "Bad Boys," which was made on a modest budget but grossed $135 million worldwide. "Independence Day" is Smith's first film since "Bad Boys."
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October 6, 1993 | JOHN J. GOLDMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A few steps from the East River in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge, police Lt. Milton M. Maldonado and filmmaker Kevin Breslin are discussing a difficult problem: How to flip a speeding car so it rolls over completely--360 degrees in the air--and lands safely on all four tires. In a deserted area it would be a dicey stunt. On the city's crowded streets it becomes far more dangerous. The heavily traveled block where the car is scheduled to land is studded with potential hazards.
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