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"We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family."Actors Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced August 6 that they were separating after eight years of marriage.
At times when you bump into someone who doesn’t share your country’s beliefs, you might find it hard coping up with them concerning most of the stuffs.
And in a million chances, maybe, it was the reason why they thought of detaching their bond within the same year.
Though he achieved success in no time, he had to go through some deep bitterness as well.
You won’t believe me if I told you, but the young actor succeeded to win the ‘Worst British Actor’ award.
The film is based on over 1,225 episodes of the television series dating from 1966 to 1971. And I'd absolutely hurl if they gave her the Victoria Winters role (with their history of pairing Depp and HBC it's a possibility)Maybe Millicent Collins if they go for the 1795 story, or Daphne Collins depending on if they're going to use Dan Curtis' revised movie & revival family history or not. It needs to be creepy and dark and taken seriously. Let's hope Tim gets Helena pregnant again and she won't be available to act in it. Note to Tim Burton: Stop casting your girlfriends and wives in your movies, and give younger actresses a shot. Hugh Laurie as Barnabas Stockard Channing as Elizabeth Heather Locklear as Angelique Anne Hathaway as Victoria Ted Shackelford as Roger Kevin Dobson as Professor Stokes I'll add more when I think of them...eek!
So, while we can't confirm the rumors of Depp starring as Barnabus Collins in DARK SHADOWS, the IESB has confirmed that TIM BURTON is attached to direct and JOHN AUGUST has been brought in to write the adaptation for the film. ^Me too and Burton will definitely provide this with the right tone and atmosphere.
Love Burton and Deep and it's usually a good result when they team up.
The 1966-71 spooky TV series, which ran for more than 1,200 episodes, revolved around Collins and his cohorts a motley crew of vampires, witches, werewolves, ghosts and zombies.
The show still boasts a rabid fan base, with annual conventions held around the world. Professor Stokes Hugh Laurie as Barnabas Stockard Channing as Elizabeth Heather Locklear as Angelique Anne Hathaway as Victoria Ted Shackelford as Roger Kevin Dobson as Professor Stokes I'll add more when I think of them...