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The Lady From Shanghai – what happened? part 4

BACK ON?13 December 2007Interview with Wong Kar-wai with LondonNet: What can you tell us about Lady From Shanghai, the film you’re doing with Nicole Kidman?WKW: Well, we’re working on the script. We have ideas. Normally I will build a story … Continue reading

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The Lady From Shanghai – what happened? part 3

MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS 13 February 2006“Grammy-winning singer Norah Jones, daughter of Indian musician Ravi Shankar, will make her film debut in the first English-language film by acclaimed Hong Kong art-house director Wong Kar-wai.Wong was originally scheduled to shoot “The Lady … Continue reading

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The Lady From Shanghai – what happened? part 2

21 June 2005This article mentioned that Nicole just recently returned from a 4 month vacation in Australia, and has conferred with Wong Kar-wai in Sydney. It also mentioned a recent interview with Nicole where she said she had freed up … Continue reading

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The Lady From Shanghai – what happened? part 1

Whatever happened to WKW’s “The Lady From Shanghai”? First and foremost this is not a remake of the 1947 Orson Welles film of the same title, nor is it based on its source novel “If I Die Before I Wake” … Continue reading

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