The Ghostbusters actor will sing classic yuletide carols in the one-off show, which will be directed by Coppola.
He tells Variety.com, "It's not going to be live... We're going to do it like a little movie. It won't have a format, but it's going to have music. It will have texture. It will have threads through it that are writing. There will be prose... It will have a patina style and wit to it. It will be nice."
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Blake Lively loves styling herself but thinks she would employ someone to choose her outfits when she has a family.
Blake Lively loves styling herself.
The 'Gossip Girl' actress prefers to put her own looks together as then she is responsible for her own mistakes, but she admits she may employ someone else to dress her when she eventually settles down to have a family.
She said: ''Styling is a lot of work! I guess I would consider [getting a stylist] in the future.
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet's front of ship scene in 'Titanic' has been voted the most romantic movie moment of all time.
'Titanic's front of ship scene has been voted the most romantic movie moment of all time.
The Oscar-winning film - which starred Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet - topped a poll by Italian liqueur Disaronno to find the most popular love scene, in which their characters Jack and Rose go to The Front of the doomed cruise-liner and pretend to fly.
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The actor was nominated for an Oscar for his performance as a lonely movie star stuck in Japan, who befriends a young college-graduate, played by Scarlett Johansson.
The characters famously spend an evening at a karaoke bar in the critically-acclaimed 2003 film, and Murray delighted revellers at the Karaoke One 7 venue in Manhattan recently by joining a young group of friends for an evening of singing.
A number of pictures of Murray belting out hits at the bar have emerged online on TheChive.com and the user who posted the snaps, named only as Mike, told the publication about his unplanned evening of fun with the Hollywood star.
Continue reading: Murray Gets Lost In Translation At New York Karaoke Bar
Sofia Coppola admits she is an opinionated director but never ''yells'' at her cast and crew.
Sofia Coppola is an opinionated director.
The 'Lost In Translation' director - whose father is legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola - said although she doesn't believe in shouting at her actors, she is quite outspoken when she wants to be.
She explained: "I'm quite opinionated. I think you have to be as a director.
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Steven Dorff has signed to star as a famous actor, living in the hotel, who is forced to raise his 11-year-old daughter when she appears in his life.
Dakota Fanning's sister Elle is in talks to play Dorff's daughter.
According to Daily Variety, Coppola has been given permission to shoot the movie in the Sunset Boulevard hotel.
Continue reading: Coppola To Immortalise The Chateau Marmont In Movie
It has become fabled that writer/director Sofia Coppola was poking fun at Diaz in the film, and cast Faris as the movie star's alter-ego.
But the Scary Movie star had no idea.
She says, "That's been really hard... I auditioned, without having read the script, pretty much exactly the way I played it (character) in the movie.
Continue reading: Faris Still Upset About Diaz Controversy
Hollywood beauty Scarlett Johansson dislikes being an A-list star, because she can no longer pick her nose in peace.
The Lost In Translation actress is photographed almost wherever she goes.
She says, "All of a sudden you become very aware that you're not alone any more and that the private moment you thought you were having is not private."
Drew Barrymore has found love again with director Spike Jonze according to media reports in the US.
The CHARLIE'S ANGELS star split with The Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti last month (JAN07), after nearly five years together.
Despite telling the media she was looking forward to spending Valentine's Day with her girlfriends, she was instead spotted getting cosy with Jonze.
A source tells PageSix.com Barrymore was at the band Arcade Fire's show in New York City "cuddling and looking very 'lovey-dovey'" with the Being John Malkovich director.
Jonze divorced Lost In Translation director Sofia Coppola in 2003.
Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson has reportedly upset her New York neighbours with the strong smell of cigarettes coming from her apartment.
The Lost In Translation star's relationship with boyfriend Josh Hartnett is thought to be going through a difficult patch after he was recently forced to deny rumours of an on-set romance with New Zealand actress AMBER SAINSBURY.
Johansson's cigarette intake has increased as a result, upsetting those who live in the same apartment block.
An insider tells British newspaper the Daily Express, "One neighbour confronted Scarlett about the smell and she snapped, 'I am going through a difficult time right now - but she did agree to open the window to avoid disagreement."