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Having beaten out some stiff competition, Nicole Kidman is in negotiations to play Grace Kelly in Olivier Dahan's "Grace of Monaco," which Pierre-Ange Le Pogam is producing with scribe Arash Amel.
Events include the Independent Spirit Awards, Vanity Fair DJ Night with Fiat and L'Oreal Paris and the Night Before Party.
A. Rey Pamatmat has picked up Lark Play Development Center's Playwrights of New York Fellowship, a yearlong gig that comes with a rent-free Manhattan apartment and a $27,000 living stipend.
The Monaco Charity Film Festival is a curious case of rich and poor.
Mary Howard de Liagre, actress and wife of Broadway producer and director Alfred de Liagre, died June 6 in Manhattan. She was 94.