Suz...you need to come vacation in NC

DammitJanet

Well-Known Member
Your man is making a movie here!

He will be in Wilmington and who knows...maybe you could get a walk on part and meet him... :rofl:

Then he would fall madly in love with you and the rest would be history.
 

LittleDudesMom

Well-Known Member
Suz,

if you do go down to nc, give me a ring. You know I'm not that far. Bring your man back with you and I will give Raoul and call and we can double date!

Sharon
 

Suz

(the future) MRS. GERE
Sharon, keep your cell phone on.

Richard honey.............I'm on my way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :flower:

Suz
 

DammitJanet

Well-Known Member

Diane Lane, Richard Gere to pair again in N.C. film


The Associated Press

Diane Lane and Richard Gere, who appeared as a husband and wayward wife in 2002's "Unfaithful," will approach marriage from another angle in the Outer Banks.

The two are due on the coast in May to make a film version of "Nights in Rodanthe," one of several North Carolina-themed novels by New Bern resident Nicholas Sparks. The film tells the story of a man and woman struggling with collapse of their respective marriages, who meet at a coastal inn and begin a doomed love affair.

Production will take place in Wilmington and on the Outer Banks, Gov. Mike Easley announced Friday. The Warner Brothers Pictures-DiNovi Productions project is to be directed by George C. Wolfe and produced by Denise Di Novi.

"This is the second major motion picture to announce plans to shoot in our state in recent months, which shows that North Carolina remains one of the top filming locations in the nation," Easley said.

Universal Pictures' romantic comedy "Leatherheads" is to begin filming in the Charlotte and Greensboro areas this month. George Clooney is due to direct and star with Renee Zellweger.

Easley's office said the filmmakers chose North Carolina for "Rodanthe" in part because of the existing film industry in Wilmington, where the television series "One Tree Hill" is in its fourth year of production, and the scenic setting of the barrier islands.

The choice also helps salve the state film industry's wounded pride, which took a hit several years ago when the mountains of Romania were used in place of western North Carolina for the Civil War epic "Cold Mountain."

State officials cited a film tax incentive program, which took effect Jan. 1, that allows production companies that spend at least $250,000 in the state to receive a tax credit equal to 15 percent for all the goods, services and labor purchased here.

"Nights in Rodanthe" is among several Sparks novels based in North Carolina that include "Message in a Bottle," "The Notebook," and "A Walk to Remember."
 

Suz

(the future) MRS. GERE
:rofl:

sssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....

...don't tell Martie. Every time his name is mentioned she gets delusional again... :hypnosis: ...ssshhhhhh....


Suz
 

Martie

Moderator
<span style='font-family: Comic Sans MS'><span style='font-size: 14pt'><span style="color: #FF6666">OH NO!!!--Wendy told!!! I haven't been here today but poor Susie is having delusions again. When this starts--you know what will happen:

She will tell ME to up my medications-- :nonono:

but of course, the real problem is she has "delusions of Richard" who has been here with me all along!!!

:smile: :smile: :smile:

Martie</span></span> </span>

:rofl: :smile: :rofl:
 

Suz

(the future) MRS. GERE
...poor Martie.... :frown:

.....poor dear Martie.... :crying:

..........dear, dear Martie......... :sad:

....Gentlemen, you will need to tighten the straps on that straight jacket. I fear another *session* is about to start... :smile: :surprise: :nonono:

.....poor dear Martie...It'll be okay after they give you that shot...

Hugs to my dear old friend,
Suz
 

Martie

Moderator
<span style='font-size: 14pt'><span style="color: #FF6666"><span style='font-family: Comic Sans MS'>Susie dear,
What color bugs do you see crawling on the walls? :rolleyes: The ward attendants will come to help you soon. Hang in there. :hammer:

Martie :smile:
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