6 Aug 2009
Can Fame be a Good Remake for The Original Movie?
On September 25 Fame a musical remake of 1980 Oscar winner movie will open in theaters. Can it live up to expectation and be a proud remake? Director Kevin Tancharoen in his feature film directorial debut touches a subject that he perhaps knows best and some of his impressive parts of his resume are directing Britney Spears' "Onyx Hotel" tour, choreographing her "Me Against the Music" video, remixing projects for Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, and Tyrese, making creative contributions to Britney Spears' "Dream Within a Dream Tour" and *NSYNC's "Pop Odyssey Tour," and even directing Michael Jackson's 45th birthday celebration. It also stars Kherington Payne a finalist in season4 of "So You Think You Can Dance" and the original score music is by Oscar nominee Mark Isham, the composer and jazz musician who is best known for his music for Crash, Quiz Show and Blade.

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