Amy Winehouse woke up at 8am this morning and opened her front door and started talking to waiting photographers. Amy offered the paps some cheese on toast and bottled drinks as long as she was able to use there phone to call her friend about a problem she was having. The snappers also received some flowers from Ms Winehouse. Amy also showed the pap her rash that she has got all over her body and she was also still wearing her hospital tag she openly let them take pictures.
If I stare at her feet any longer, I may actually barf.
Columbia Pictures is back in the dojo with a new version of the 1984 hit The Karate Kid, which has been refashioned as a star vehicle for Jaden Smith.
The film will be produced by Jerry Weintraub (who launched the original franchise) and Overbrook Entertainment’s James Lassiter, Will Smith and Ken Stovitz. Will Smith, who is the 10-year-old actor’s father, co-starred alongside Jaden in his feature debut, The Pursuit of Happyness, which Overbrook and Escape Artists produced for Columbia.
The script is being written by Chris Murphy, and the film will shoot next year in Beijing and other cities. While the new film will be set in that exotic locale, it will borrow elements of the original plot, wherein a bullied youth learns to stand up for himself with the help of an eccentric mentor.
The younger Smith, who next stars in The Day the Earth Stood Still, is a martial arts practitioner.