'Looking' for action

Riddell, Robert
May 2006
Daily Variety;5/25/2006, Vol. 291 Issue 39, p9
Trade Publication
The article announces the revival of the television program "Looking for Stars" which will be featured in Revolution Studios' film "Next." The film starred by Nicholas Cage and Julianne Moore will be lead by Lee Tamahori which will be released in 2007 by Columbia Pictures. The 14-episode miniseries has nearly 200 contestants. The eight finalists will be picked from the original 200 who will be taken to Hollywood to be judged and the winner will receive a speaking role as the first prize.


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