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There is a charity auction supporting L.A. Family Housing offering 2 tickets to the premiere and after-party of The Nice Guys. Bidding is currently at $1,000. with a “buy now” price of $6,500. Auction closes May 3.
Even if that’s a wee bit steep for most, at least we know that the L.A. premiere is May 10.
I don’t know why it keeps changing. The NY Times Summer Movie Release Schedule 2016 says that Fathers and Daughters will at long last have a U.S. release on July 8.
Russell shared the link to the Peter Mark VIP Style Awards at twitter, saying:
She conquered Innisfail now the world…http://www.vipstyleawards.ie/showFavourites.aspx?id=1 …
Storm is an Australian television producer and fashion designer, married to Ronan Keating, Irish singer-songwriter and television personality in Australia.
From @milkbubbletea at twitter:
We met Russell Crowe after a 7hr drive across the Nevada desert He was so kind, polite & crushed my hand shaking it
FilmInk has a piece on The Nice Guys with short interviews with Russell and the young actress who plays Gosling’s daughter, Angourie Rice. The Nice Guys: The Aussie Connection Excerpt:
Set in the seventies and directed by Shane Black (Iron Man 3, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang), the film rolls with punchy dialogue, a darkly comic tone, and a narrative that veers off into unexpected territory, with the case eventually taking Healy and March into the rarefied corridors of power. “The element of social commentary really elevated the material,” says Crowe. “If, for instance, you look at the state of the city of Detroit today, and at what might have been done differently there in the seventies, you could have ended up with Detroit being another place right now. It’s decayed through specific decisions to hold onto things rather than look to the future. That’s what was really interesting to me about this film.”