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ZEFFIRELLI FRANCO: TEA WITH MUSSOLINI ZEFFIRELLI FRANCO: TEA WITH MUSSOLINI
After putting it off for 30 years, Franco Zeffirelli finally films his formative years in Florence just before the war, when the Scorpioni, the English ladies who looked after him, had Tea With Mussolini. It is a good story, if sometimes painful, as he tells ANDREW L. URBAN.
ZELLWEGER, RENEE: BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY ZELLWEGER, RENEE: BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY
Becoming Britain’s darling Bridget Jones was a challenge for Renee Zellweger, and involved acquiring a new accent, not to mention several visits to Victoria’s Secret to get ever larger bras, she confides to Jenny Cooney Carrillo
ZETA-JONES, CATHERINE: TRAFFIC ZETA-JONES, CATHERINE: TRAFFIC
Michael Douglas is happy to mind baby Dylan while his bride, Catherine Zeta-Jones, pushes through Traffic to films beyond, reports Jenny Cooney Carrillo.
ZHANG,  ZEMING: Foreign Moon ZHANG, ZEMING: Foreign Moon
Freedom is great, but scary, says Zhang Zeming, in an interview with ANDREW L. URBAN during a Sydney visit, about his haunting new film, Foreign Moon.(Photo: Andrew L. Urban)
ZIGMAN, LAURA: SOMEONE LIKE YOU ZIGMAN, LAURA: SOMEONE LIKE YOU
The misery after getting dumped by a man prompted Laura Zigman to write a wry, autobiographical book about bulls and cows – Animal Husbandry. It is now a film starring Ashley Judd, Greg Kinnear and Hugh Jackman, re-titled Someone Like You, which retains the spirit if not the title, Zigman tells Louise Keller.
  ZWICK, ED - LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS
In Love and Other Drugs, filmkaker Ed Zwick brings together two actors reaching the peak of their careers in Anne Hathaway and Jake Gylenhaal, who both demonstrates attributes not seen before on screen, Zwick tells Andrew L. Urban.
  ZWIGOFF, TERRY: GHOSTWORLD
Ghost World director Terry Zwigoff is a late starter but he’s making up for lost time with a truthful, if dark, view of the world, he tells Andrew L. Urban.





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