August 31, 2002 - Reuters
reports Mexican actress Salma Hayek glowed with satisfaction on Friday
after the world premiere of "Frida," the film she fought for seven years
to make. The movie, which opened the 59th Venice Film Festival to a standing
30, 2002 - Salma Hayek has arrived in Venice for the premiere of her new
film 'Frida' at the Venice Film Festival.
August 23, 2002 - IMDB.com
reports Edward Norton rewrote the script for girlfriend Salma Hayek's 'Frida'
biopic because he saw how financial constraints on the movie were upsetting
her. Salma revealed, "Edward has written many times, but he never gets
the credit for it. At the end there was no money and I had become unbearable.
I don't know how he could bear me for all that time. I was crying in my
office at my house and Edward sneaks up on me. He knew it was pressure
time with Frida. I said, 'Would you be Rockefeller in the film?' and he
said, 'I'll be Rockefeller and I'll write the script.'"
August 20, 2002 - Salma Hayek's
upcoming film 'Frida' is featured in Entertainment Weekly's Fall Movie
Preview. Check it out here.
August 7, 2002 - Bill Zwecker
of the Chicago Sun-Times reports Hollywood is buzzing like crazy about
Salma Hayek's upcoming star turn in 'Frida'. While in Los Angeles Sunday
he heard lots of Oscar nomination talk about the picture--a true labor
of love for Hayek.
August 6, 2002 - Roger Friedman
of Foxnews.com caught an advanced screening of Salma Hayek in 'Frida',
and says she is likely to get an Oscar nomination for the role. Read more.
August 5, 2002 - Salma Hayek
can't stop gushing about boyfriend Edward Norton. "I am lucky to have found
that one guy that I really got to make true love with, savoring him, learning
the little things about him," the "Frida" star proclaims in the new issue
July 3, 2002 - WENN reports
Salma Hayek is a recovering home shopping addict. "It was a vice that got
completely out of control. I'd get hugely excited when a gadget would arrive
and then it would break immediately and I'd be desolate," she admits.
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