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Miramax fetes 'Steins' opening - Variety 5/11/06


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  • Miramax fetes 'Steins' opening - Variety 5/11/06

    Baring one for all
    PDC preems 'Steins'
    By Bill Higgins
    'Keeping Up With the Steins' scribe Mark Zakarin gets cheeky with Bob Iger.

    'Steins' star Cheryl Hines keeps up with co-stars Daryl Hannah and Sandra Taylor.

    Miramax's Daniel Battsek chats with father-son duo Scott Marshall and Garry Marshall.

    At Monday's Pacific Design Center premiere for "Keeping Up With the Steins," one guest described Garry Marshall's nude scene as "daring, though not necessarily erotic."
    Marshall said he did the scene in his son's film after a number of actors -- Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner among them -- declined the honor.
    "He took one for the team," said helmer Scott Marshall.
    Miramax topper Daniel Battsek said the elder Marshall was right for the role because "he's comfortable in his skin." The septuagenarian thesp said he was proud to say the scene was done in one take and "without improvisation."
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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