Baldwin & ‘Rock Of Ages’

May 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Baldwin & 'Rock Of Ages'Baldwin & ‘Rock Of Ages’, Adam Shankman star-studded production of the stage hit film Rock of Ages will be less a great name, The Hollywood Reporter reveals. Alec Baldwin of 30 Rock is the abandonment of the film after agreeing to star in March.

Neither Shankman, who directed the film, and Baldwin have commented on the casting change yet. The rest of the whole Age – Tom Cruise, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Russell Brand, Paul Giamatti, Malin Akerman, Bryan Cranston, Mary J. Blige and Julianne Hough

The first reports starting Alec Baldwin of the big screen adaptation of the upcoming ROCK OF AGES may be inaccurate. The star is said to have resigned for unspecified reasons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

New Line Cinema has announced that Alec Baldwin has retired from the film. THR reports that the study, says Baldwin, “has a personal problem that is expected to resolve so that you can make the film, which begins shooting on May 23.”

Baldwin has been announced to play nightclub owner Dennis Dupree in the movie.

In related news, THR revealed that Rock of Ages film director Adam Shankman has moved its Disney production company to New Line. The measure was tied up in legal negotiations for several weeks. To read the full article, click here.

As announced recently, Bryan Cranston, Malin Akerman, and Russell Brand have been the latest star added to cast of the film adaptation of ROCK OF AGES. He also signed the project are Tom Cruise, Julianne Hough, Mary J. Blige and Diego Gonz? Lez Boneta.

ROCK OF AGES opened on April 7, 2009 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre Broadway to critical acclaim, following an off-Broadway engagement in the fall of 2008. The Broadway production was nominated for five 2009 Tony Awards including Best Musical, and New Line Records released the Original Broadway Cast Recording in July 2009, with 28 songs from the series. The New Line Cinema / Warner Bros. musical film, directed by Adam Shankman (Hairspray), was originally scheduled to be launched in 2011. As previously reported, a new launch date has been set for the movie: June 1, 2012.

The music ‘turned a generation “is heating up Broadway in ROCK OF AGES. The classic love story of rock in the early breaks in the best party of Broadway, all the sounds that feel good, sing loud songs like Every Rose Has Its Thorn, I Want to Know What Love Is Here I Go Again, Don ‘t Stop Believin’ and more. The five-time Tony nominated musical is nothing but a good time.

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