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Reel World: 7/11/03

Friday, July 11, 2003


The final piece of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's annual summer film series is in place: the opening-night movie will be "Chicago," the reigning Academy Award winner as Best Picture.

"Chicago" will be screened Aug. 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Byham Theater. The summer film festival will continue in that venue through the end of the month on Thursday through Sunday nights.

Each of the films was selected for a connection to Pittsburgh -- either an actor, director, producer or a movie that was shot here. "Chicago" was directed by former Squirrel Hill resident and Carnegie Mellon University graduate Rob Marshall.

For more information including the complete schedule: 412-456-6666 or www.pgharts.org.

-- Ron Weiskind

Hulk's crush

Jennifer Connelly says winning an Academy Award for "A Beautiful Mind" hasn't improved her job offers very much.

"There is still a hierarchy, a food chain, that I am not at the top of," Connelly tells Harper's Bazaar in its July issue. "I'm not necessarily the greatest box-office draw."

She won a best-supporting actress Oscar in 2002 for playing the wife of schizophrenic math genius John Forbes Nash (Russell Crowe).

Connelly, who's expecting a child with actor-husband Paul Bettany this summer, said she was delighted to appear in Ang Lee's "The Hulk," though a bit puzzled about how to handle her role.

"Ang didn't want the characters themselves to be conscious of their comic-book world," she said.

Connelly and Bettany met on the set of "A Beautiful Mind," but didn't start dating until about a year after filming ended, the 32-year-old actress told the magazine.

"I didn't think I was going to have any more kids," said Connelly, who has a 5-year-old son, Kai, from a previous relationship. "But then suddenly, with Paul, I really wanted to. And we just thought, 'Why not sooner rather than later?' "

-- Associated Press

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