Date: Mon, 21 Aug 1995 23:41:17 -0700
From: Johnnie J. Young <jjyoung@primenet.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list MSM-L <MSM-L@vm.temple.edu>
Subject: MSM in Entertainment Weekly

The following is from the August 25/September 1, 1995 Double Issue of 
Entertainment Weekly Magazine:

1995 Fall Movie Preview: October (Page 52)

"Heaven's Prisoners"
In this long-delayed thriller, a hard-drinking New Orleans homicide 
detective (Alec Baldwin) tries living a tranquil life, only to find that 
danger has followed him.  Mary Stuart Masterson, who plays a dancer with 
what she calls "a little substance problem," wasn't surprised to get 
called in for reshoots this spring by director Phil Joanou seven months 
after the movie wrapped.  "That happens when there are lots of stories in 
a film," she shrugs.  But Joanou's words in our 1994 Fall Movie Preview 
may be more prophetic: "Even if the movie is a stinker," he said, 
"audiences will look at Alec differently."  [Opens-October 13]

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1995 Fall Movie Preview: November (Page 62)

"Star Votes"
Not all celebrities look alike, but they do seem to think alike.  We 
asked stars and directors which movies--other than their own--they were 
most anxious to see this fall.  Can you detect the common thread in their 
responses?  John Travolta: "Casino is the one I'm looking forward to. 
When you match up Scorsese with De Niro and add a wild card like Sharon 
Stone, in Vegas--come on!"  Richard Donner: "Casino.  I want to see 
anything Scorsese does."  Mary Stuart Masterson: "Casino.  I just love 
Scorsese and De Niro, and I'm always excited to see what they're up to." 
Bruce Willis: "Casino.  Martin Scorsese.  He's the man."  Madeleine 
Stowe: "Casino.  There's just so much of a rush to Scorsese's films."

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I'm sorry to say there were no pictures and no mention of "Amelia and the 
King of Plants."

Johnnie J. Young
jjyoung@primenet.com