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- October 18, 1999
- Vol. 52
- No. 15
Filming of Jeff Bridges' movie The Contender, about a U.S. President (Bridges) who nominates a female Vice President (Joan Allen) after the elected veep dies in office, hit an unexpected glitch recently. While shooting a White House ballroom scene in a Richmond, Va., country club, writer-director Rod Lurie noticed what could have been a major gaffe: a large oil portrait of Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy, hanging prominently on the wall. The crew wasn't allowed to remove pictures, so extras stood in front of the painting to hide it. "A good old low-tech fix," said a spokesman for the film, which also stars Gary Oldman and Christian Slater.
The former Mrs. Bruce Springsteen, actress Julianne Phillips (Sisters), is staying close to home in Toronto with her beau, Italian-Canadian cameraman Frank Tata, and loving it. "He's sexy in every way," says Phillips of Tata, who is six years her junior. "He's older than I am on many levels." Phillips still has a home in L.A. but is taking time off from acting, perhaps permanently. "I'm reassessing the whole thing," she says, "[deciding] if I even want to stay in that end of the business."
Actress Nora Dunn admits that the female war reporter she plays in Three Kings, the new film about the civilian uprising in Iraq after the Gulf War ended, resembles CNN correspondent Christiane Amanpour. "I've always romanticized her," Dunn says. "I had strong feelings about the press being shut out of the war, and my character was symbolic of that. She has testosterone but doesn't get anywhere."
Fast Takes: I hear that a spring wedding may be in the air for actors Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. The Friends star has started shopping for a wedding gown designer....
Stevie Wonder is a first-time grand-daddy. On the morning of Sept. 28 his daughter Aisha gave birth to a 4 lb. 10 oz. baby boy. Could a hit song be far behind? Following Aisha's birth in 1975, Wonder wrote the hit "Isn't She Lovely."...
Jenna Elfman, the costar of Dharma & Greg, will be seen on the Romance Classics network throughout October urging viewers to adopt a dog. It is part of an "Unconditional Love" campaign with the ASPCA. Elfman has two adopted dogs, Willie and Guinevere.
- Hugh McCarten.
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