PRE-`AMISTAD' REST FOR SPIELBERG.Byline: Marilyn Beck & Stacy Jenel Smith
Steven Spielberg Noun 1. Steven Spielberg - United States filmmaker (born in 1947)
Spielberg and his wife, Kate Capshaw, are taking off on a 10-day holiday, his last chance for leisure before he starts directing ``Amistad'' next month, most likely with Morgan Freeman and Matthew McConaughey in the starring roles. Spielberg is not planning on doing promotion for the NBC NBC
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Garth Brooks reveals he is in the early planning stages for a live TV concert extravaganza at summer's end in New York's Central Park. He doesn't know yet whether it will air as a pay-per-view offering or appear on nonpay TV. Meanwhile, the man who boasts record sales of more than 61 million (second only to the Beatles) is contemplating getting a new album out by next yuletide. Maybe. ``If it's ready, fine. If not, it won't be rushed.''
Peabo Bryson Peabo Bryson (born Robert Peabo Bryson on April 13, 1951) is an American R&B and soul singer, born in Greenville, South Carolina. He is well known for singing soft-rock ballads, often as a duo with female singers, and his contribution to several Disney animated feature is wrapping his latest album, a project he says will remind people ``that I'm a musician and composer first - they think I just jotted down a few lyrics when I say I wrote a song. The music on this album has given me an opportunity to stretch, play guitar and be a real musician as well as a singing artist.''
Bryson took time out from working on the tentatively titled ``Love Is Blind'' CD to guest on an episode of Robert Townsend's ``The Parent 'Hood,'' that airs Feb. 16. In the segment, Wendell (Faison Love) takes a job driving a taxi and ends up driving Bryson to his concert date. ``I leave my cell phone in the taxi and he chases me down,'' says Bryson. ``I invite them all to the program, and it's really about the trauma they go through trying to get into the show.''
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Morgan Fairchild Morgan Fairchild (born February 3, 1950) is an American actress. Biography
Fairchild was born Patsy Anne McClenny in Dallas, Texas, to Edward Milton McClenny and Martha Jane Hartt. , who plays the mother of a 17-year-old runaway in NBC's Feb. 3 ``Into the Arms of Danger'' TV movie, says she was thrilled when she was offered the part because, ``I had spent the last few years trying to get out of the stereotype of playing the vixen vixen
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Says Fairchild, who starred on NBC's ``Flamingo Road,'' and spent last year making ABC's daytime ``The City'' soap, ``I had a hard time getting anyone to envision me without makeup. `Into the Arms of Danger' was a dream. I play a suburban mom. I get to wear jeans and sneakers sneakers
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