Nat’s latest project involves a lot of hard work and the topic isn’t an easy one. I thought it might be a good idea to give you some hints and tips for reading and watching – surly this list isn’t complete by far, it is a mere start. Maybe some of you would like to prepare a bit for the upcoming three-part TV documentary.
I promised to keep you posted on Oliver Parker's latest movie "Fade to Black". It seems that the film is now ready for take off. According to coverage in the Daily Variety it will have its premiere screening in the Cannes Market on May 17th, 2006. That's NOT the Cannes Film Festival, and it isn't running in the competition. And no it isn't a public screening, it's for distributors and film buyers only. "Fade To Black" is the second collaboration between Ealing and Odyssey, following "Valiant".

According to the Daily Mail, Nat is going to star in Paramount's next big fantasy drama "Stardust". Peter O'Toole, Ricky Gervais, Henry Cavill, Mark Strong, Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher, Rupert Everett and Kate McGowan have joined the main cast Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, Sienna Miller, Claire Danes and Charlie Cox in Matthew Vaughn's film which is currently shooting. It is based on Neil Gaiman's novel about (among lots of other things) a young man, a 400-million-year-old star (of the planetary sort) in human form, a wicked witch, greedy royals, and a cross-dressing pirate. The movie falls into the genre of an action-adventure / fantasy-drama.

So, the race was on in London. The crew of Bleak House was able to take home some awards on May 7th, 2006. Here they are: Anna Maxwell Martin for Best Actress, Nigel Stafford-Clark, Justin Chadwick, Susanna White, Andrew Davies all for Best Drama Serial. The Audience Award went to Dr. Who. Congratulations to the team of Bleak House. Gillian Anderson and Anna Maxwell Martin attended the ceremony.

According to an article in the Daily Mail Demi Moore, Sir Michael Caine, Joss Ackland, Nathaniel Parker, Lambert Wilson and Ben Righton are to appear in the diamond heist movie Flawless. The movie is a crime/drama based on an actual jewelry heist in 1960s London.

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