Seeing Stars: Movie Premieres

PRESS RELEASE


Monday October 16, 4:28 pm Eastern Time

Press Release

ADVISORY/World Premiere of Columbia Pictures' ``Charlie's Angels'' Slated for Sunday, Oct. 22

The world premiere of Columbia Pictures' ``Charlie's Angels'' will be held Sunday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. at Mann's Chinese Theatre, 6925 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, with a party at The Townsend Detective Agency, Hollywood Athletic Club, 6525 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, co-sponsored by Hugo Boss.

Attending from the film will be Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, Bill Murray, Luke Wilson, Crispin Glover, Matt LeBlanc, Tom Green, John Forsythe, Tim Curry and Kelly Lynch. Director McG; producers Leonard Goldberg and Nancy Juvonen; executive producers Betty Thomas and Jenno Topping; associate producer Amanda Goldberg; screenwriters Ryan Rowe, Ed Solomon and John August; and composer Edward Shearmur will also attend.

Other celebrities expected to attend:

Orson Bean               Allison Janney         Antonio Sabato Jr.
Gil Bellows              Amy Jo Johnson         Izabella Scorupco
Lara Flynn Boyle         Kristen Johnson        Brooke Shields
Sheryl Crow              Spike Jonze            Tom Sizemore
Tony Danza               Eriq La Salle          Christian Slater
Vincent D'Onofrio        Jared Leto             Jaclyn Smith
Jenna Elfman             James Marsden          Leelee Sobieski
Rupert Everett           Danny Masterson        Tiffani Amber Thiessen
Calista Flockhart        Marlee Matlin          Janine Turner
Jennie Garth             Bill Paxton            Liv Tyler
Sarah Michelle Gellar    Matthew Perry          Casper Van Dien
Seth Green               Kelly Preston          Steven Weber
Harry Hamlin             Freddie Prinze Jr.     Owen Wilson
Patricia Heaton          Denise Richards
Jason Isaacs             Guy Ritchie
Samuel L. Jackson        Lisa Rinna

They're beautiful, they're brilliant, and they work for Charlie. In ``Charlie's Angels,'' a sexy, high-octane action-adventure with comedy, Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore) and Alex (Lucy Liu), alongside faithful lieutenant Bosley (Bill Murray), must foil an elaborate murder-revenge plot that could not only destroy individual privacy worldwide but spell the end of Charlie and his Angels.

``Charlie's Angels'' stars Cameron Diaz (``Being John Malkovich,'' Golden Globe nominee for ``There's Something About Mary''), Drew Barrymore (star of ``Never Been Kissed,'' ShoWest 2000 Comedy Star of the Year), Lucy Liu (``Ally McBeal,'' ``Shanghai Noon'') and Bill Murray (``Cradle Will Rock,'' ``Rushmore''). Rounding out the cast are Luke Wilson, Crispin Glover, Matt LeBlanc and Tom Green. The film also features John Forsythe as the voice of Charlie.

``Charlie's Angels'' marks the directorial debut of celebrated music-video and commercial director McG. Leonard Goldberg (``Double Jeopardy,'' ``Sleeping With the Enemy,'' ``War Games''), who served as an executive producer on the original ``Charlie's Angels'' television series, which ran from 1976 to 1981 on ABC, produces; Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen (``Never Been Kissed'') also produce under their Flower Films banner.

Executive producers are Joseph M. Caracciolo (``Big Daddy,'' ``Eight Millimeter,'' ``Courage Under Fire''), Betty Thomas (``28 Days,'' ``Dr. Dolittle,'' ``The Brady Bunch Movie'') and Jenno Topping (``28 Days,'' ``Dr. Dolittle,'' ``The Brady Bunch Movie'').

The film was written by Ryan Rowe & Ed Solomon and John August.

The crew includes Oscar®-winning director of photography Russell Carpenter, A.S.C. (``The Negotiator,'' ``Titanic,'' ``True Lies''), Oscar®-nominated production designer J. Michael Riva (``Lethal Weapon 4,'' ``A Few Good Men,'' ``The Color Purple''), editors Peter Teschner (``28 Days,'' ``Private Parts,'' ``The Brady Bunch Movie'') and Wayne Wahrman, A.C.E. (``U-571,'' ``A Civil Action,'' ``2 Days in the Valley''), and costume designer Joseph G. Aulisi (``Bicentennial Man,'' ``Bowfinger,'' ``Stepmom'').

Music is by Edward Shearmur (``Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her,'' ``Blue Streak,'' ``Cruel Intentions''), and the music supervisor is John Houlihan (``Gossip,'' ``Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,'' ``Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery'').

The film is based on the television series created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts. ``Charlie's Angels'' is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

Note: ``Charlie's Angels'' will open in theaters Friday, Nov. 3.


Contact:

Columbia Pictures Worldwide Marketing, Culver City
Tammy Sandler, 310/244-8099 (domestic media)
Amy Tesser, 310/244-5495 (international media)





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