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The Ladies Of Moneyball

When it comes to baseball women don’t get much of a look in.  When it comes to Moneyball it is all about Brad.

Nicole Sperling of the LA Times has done her homework and recognised that women were originally planned to be far more involved in the movie.

The character of Billy Beane’s daughter (played by Kerris Dorsey) figures extensively in the trailers, so much so that you might believe she has a large role.  She doesn’t.  Robin Wright, as Beane’s first wife, certainly filmed quite a few scenes and even got to appear on the official website after most cast descriptions only included Brad, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jonah Hill.  Only one scene of hers has made it to the big screen.

And we all know what happened to Kathryn’s role.  As Nicole puts it:

In fact, director Bennett Miller axed an entire role from the movie — that of Kathryn Morris (“Cold Case”) as Beane’s second ex-wife, Tara Beane.

You can read Nicole’s piece in full here.

Hopefully the good people at Sony Pictures will see fit to include an Extra on the DVD release of Moneyball with same title as this post to showcase the talents of the ladies of Moneyball.

Be My Valentine


To Kathryn,
with boundless affection

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wallpaper_077_2073x3000_smallbarbieToday’s the day.  The 28th of January 2011 is Kathryn’s 42nd birthday.

Kathryn, happy birthday from everyone here at KM UK.  Have a wonderful day, we hope it marks the beginning of great year for you.  We send our very best wishes.  If you happen to read this please let us know.

Dear readers, please feel free to leave your birthday greetings for Kathryn in the comments.

I don’t want to take anything away from Kathryn on this special day but KM UK is celebrating something of an anniversary of its own today: the triple century.  Yes, this is the 300th post!

Updated: new banner image by smallbarbie.

Kathryn In Public Magazine October 2010

page_07The French press don’t want to let this one go do they? I thought they were finished last time but apparently not.  At least they used some great photos from the Creative Arts Emmys to illustrate the “story.”

This time it’s Public magazine, a tabloid scandal sheet like The National Enquirer rather than a TV magazine, that runs the whole Kathryn/Brad story.  It’s a rehash of the Star and National Enquirer stories.

Scan of the pages can be found in the Gallery A transcript of the French text and another of my Google-assisted attempts at an English translation can be after the jump.

Thanks to yet again Rusher for the scans.

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KM & Cold Case In Télé Loisirs October 2010

coverAs mentioned in passing yesterday (after delaying it by a few days already because of other news items) we return to our French TV magazine theme with another set of scans, a transcript and a translation. This time it is Télé Loisirs.  The article covers both the return of Cold Case to French television screens and the daft tabloid story about Kathryn and Brad.

Large-sized scans of the cover and inside pages can now be found in the Gallery.  The transcript and translation are after the jump.

Thanks to Rusher again for this one.

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