Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Sing Jenny Boo SING!!!

Praise be to the Gods above! Someone heard my prayer and has answered it. At least in the developmental stage. and who would have thought it would come from Rachel Green herself. Jennifer Aniston currently working her
fingers to the bone on a period musical at DreamWorks titled "Goree Girls."
From what I understand she is planning to produce and, if the singing lessons go well, may even star.

From the Hollywood Reporter:

"The project is based on a true story about a group of eight women serving time in Texas' Goree Prison during the 1940s who formed one of the first all-female country and western acts in the country and captured the hearts of millions of fans in the process.
Aniston and her producing partner Kristin Hahn optioned Skip Hollandsworth's May 2003 article in Texas Monthly titled "O Sister Where Art Thou," which recounted the story of the women, who eventually were pardoned.
Margaret Nagle, who wrote Brad Silberling's upcoming "The Lost Boys of the Sudan," is adapting. The studio is out to directors.

Hmm.....give me a moment to think about that. Prison, Women, Musical, Period, in need of a resurgence. Why not get ole Alan Parker? He has a knack for the period musicals, and would be great to see him in a genre he likes. Just think of it as Prisoner Cell Block 'H' with high kicks!

I have total faith in my Jenny-Boo being able to pull this off. Yes I like her and I am a fan, and she can coast on her charisma as long as she wants.
We all know that underneath there is a very talented actress waiting to emerge, perhaps this will be the film to uncover it.


Gledwood said...

Hi u commented at Madonna's site I was clicking on ppl to see what they were like. Do you know most of them don't even have blogs - just dummy i.d.'s so they can comment ... how odd. Everyone who comments on mine has a blog well about 95%++
I was trying to go back into your profile again but it seems to have vanished off the face of the earth ... where on earth ARE you from? I was assuming you were American.
Prisoner Cell Block H I think was filmed in the early 80s in Aus. In the late 80s it hit British nighttime TV and became a cult hit.
That woman you featured was called The Freak
I'm only telling you this in case you're a Yank and don't know. Now I bet I'll find out you ARE Australian ... o well.
Take it easy. come by my site if you like you're always welcome-
All the best

Gledwood said...

Shit you're from the UK - o well I said that now I won't delete.
I'm hyperactive today
excuse all the idle words