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IB Entertainment News
Oscar winners plan new projects;
Jamiroquai, others, play Mt. Fuji

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V Now that you've won the Oscar,
what are you going to do next? No, you
don't go to Disney World. As reported
in Entertainment Weekly, you make

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more movies. Best Actor Geoffrey film called "The Trade" as a shadowy
Rush has flown to Europe to begin woman who helps out a robbery victim
filming "Les Miserables" with Liam Nicole Kidman and will appear in her
Neeson, Uma Thurman and Claire husband's next outing, the Coen
Danes. Best Actress Frances Brothers' "The Big Lebowski." Cuba
McDormand has signed on to a small Gooding Jr. will next star opposite ;
Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt and
Greg Kinnear in "Old Friends" and
Juliette Binoche will next be seen in
the big budget Bosnian romance, "The
Age of Aquarius," with Harrison
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Body Jewelry VHey all you rabid Brad Pitt fans
- it's time to picket the city of Grosse
VCome in and check ot Pointe Park. According to the Metro
huge selection of tobacCO Times, the upcoming Pitt project "Meet
pipe Joe Black," a remake of the classic
black comedy "Death Takes A
Holiday," was scheduled to shoot a
great deal of scenes at the palatial Edsel
Ford Estate on the shores of Lake St.
Clair. But the city swiftly turned down
the request, citing the potential crowd-
ing due to paparazzi and stargazers. The
film also stars renowned crowd-drawer
Anthony Hopkins.
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V It turns out some people are actu-
ally more trouble than they're worth.
According to Entertainment Weekly,
troubled actor guy Robert Downey Jr
left his costarring role in John
McTiernan's "Wild Things" on March
20, after the producers asked Downey
to foot the bill for the insurance premi-
um required because of his past drug
abuse. Another troubled actor guy,
Matt Dillon, is expected to replace
Downey.
MUSC
V Some of America's finest will
convene at the base of Japan's Mt. Fuji
this summer for a musical tidal wave,
the magnitude of which has never
before been seen on the island nation.
According to Addicted to Noise, head-
lining duties at the two-day festival
(July 26-27) will be split between
funk/soul guru Jamiroquai and the
venerable Red Hot Chili Peppers,
although the headliner is yet to be
determined. Other participants
include Green Day, Southern
Culture on the Skids, Beck, Rage
Against the Machine and Weezer.
The event is an unusual one for Japan.
Promoters there have traditionally
shied away from staging big outdoor
festivals because of concerns about
unruly behavior and crowd control.
The festiwal will take place in the
national park at the base of the moun-
tain and is expected to attract more
than 60,000 people.
V If you had tickets to see singer/
songwriter Vic Chesnutt any time in
the last week or so you might have been
surprised to hear that the show was can-

celed without much explanation.
Chesnutt was forced to cancel the
remaining 13 dates on his current U.S.
tour due to what a publicist at Capitol
records told The Michigan Daily was
"exhaustion."
V Trent Reznor has tapped a who's-
who of techno artists to remix "The
Perfect Drug." The track, from the
Reznor-produced soundtrack to David
Lynch's "Lost Highway" movie, will
get a new face from The Orb, Space
Time Continuum, Plug, Aphrodite
and Meat Beat Manifesto. According
to an Interscope Records publicist, no
release date for the remixes has been set
yet.
V Screaming Trees singer Mark
Lanegan was arrested March 27 for
possession of hard drugs, according to
Addicted To Noise. Police busted
Lanegan early Thursday morning in
San Francisco's seedy Tenderloin near
Eddy Street, in the vicinity of the
Phoenix, the hotel where the Trees
were staying.
V After three years of virtual
silence on the musical front (barring
some infrequent live shows and
appearances on behalf of the anti-cen-
sorship group JAMPAC), the world
will finally hear from former Nirvana
bassist Krist Novoselic again this
August, according to Addicted To
Noise. The self-titled debut from
Novoselic's band, Sweet 75, will arrive
in late summer with a wide variety of
sounds that will surprise anyone
expecting more grunge-redux from the
politically active Novoselic and his
compadres.

The Chili Peppers are slated to appear at Mt. Fuji for a music festival this summer.

Rita Armnand observes her husband William as they wait for a doctor to check Willam's possible leaking anuerysm.
ments with an intuitive grace, said essential traits for emer-
PATI ENTSgency care physicians are sharp senses and confidence in
Continued from Page 6B judgments.
"You have to be able to quickly read each patient in each
ties for emergency care physicians are patients who get situation and count on your first impression, to be able to
turned over between shifts," he said. "We don't want anyone identify an attitude and ask yourself, 'Why is this patient
to fall through the cracks." here?"'
After checking each of the Lowell said he watched "ER" on
patients, Lowell removed his coat videotape once for 10 minutes, but
and unwound in his office. He apol- When SIO decided to quit watching because the
ogized for the lack of trauma while people in the room kept stopping the
maintaining that the night was busy. p a ts end u tape to ask him what the medical terms
Everyone was treated swiftly, which, f.r meant.
he said, is his primary duty. waiing rtheir While the University's emergency
"When sick patients end up room isn't as dramatic as the TV
waiting for their care, then I've care, then Ive show, there is drama to be found in
failed at my job," he said. "When a i ;j treating the various mundane injuries
the system fails me, I feel that I've .at myjob. and in the persistence that each staff
failed, but that doesn't happen very - Dr. Mark Lowell member gives in performing their
ofte." Atenant hysiian jobs.
oftLowell, who seemed to maneuver Attendant physician "Is not Hollywood, but it's fun,"
his way among the various predica- - said Lowell.

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