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2D Reno Gazette-Journal Saturday, June 10, 2000 -1 V i THE INSIDER Osment News & Notes Segue s 'Jurassic Park' 3 cast call Steven Spielberg Is on the prowl for actors to play the next luckless batch of , islanders to battle dinosaurs in the ,"Jurassic Park "series. 4 "When you have specific or even vague ideas for what you want for specific characters, you send out some kind of descriptions,' said Spielberg spokesman Marvin Levy. No parts have been filled. Casting agents who have received the breakdowns say this is the lineup of . what's needed: A 1 2-year-old boy to play Miles, the lead character. (Haley Joel Osment, anyone?) A 40-ish actor to play Miles' father, Paul, a white-collar, sophisticated, Ivy League type. . A thirtysomething actress to play Paul's business associate and possible love interest. A 25-ish actor to play a graduate student or paleontologist. An Andre Braugher type to play a 40-ish military attache. "Jurassic Park 3' (not its final title), produced by Spielberg, will be directed by Joe Johnston ("October Sky," "Jumanii") and released in July 2001 . USA Today HARVARD GRAD: Elisabeth Shue gets her degree. Celebrities Ivy League star at last Elisabeth Shue is leaving Cambridge. Shue, who earned an Oscar nomination for "Leavina Las Veaas." vjTV, was among the thousands who donned caps and gowns and graduated from Harvard University on Thursday. Shue was one semester short of earning a political science degree when she dropped out of Harvard 1 5 years ago to start her acting career. Her brother, former "Melrose Place" star Andrew Shue, was in the audience at graduation, along with her husband, film director Davis Guggenheim, and their 3-year-old son, Miles. Shue's newest film "Hollow Man," a science-fiction thriller starring Kevin Bacon opens July 28. Associated Press Television Top comedies? Just when you thought it was safe to stop thinking in blocks of 100, the American Film Institute, or AFI, is coming out with the 100 Funniest Films of All Time. This list follows on the heels of the 100 Greatest Films of All Time and the 50 Greatest Actors and 50 Greatest Actresses of All Time (winners: Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn). The results will be revealed Tuesday on "AFI's 100 Years 100 Laughs," slated for 8 p.m. to 1 1 p.m. Tuesday on KTVN Channel 2. Drew Barrymore, whose films are SEEK & FIND . IP I Barrymore unlikely to appear in the Top 100 will serve as host. Commentators will include Steve Martin, Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams and Billy Crystal. The list will remain a closely guarded secret until airtime, if the AFI has anything to say about it. But among the safe bets are such disparate yuck-fests as "National Lampoon's Animal House," "A Night at the Opera," "Modern Times," "Bringing Up Baby, "Ghostbusters," "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" (if it isn't in the Top 10, the list is rigged) and "Airplane!" Of course, if the AFI voters really knew what they were doing, they'd have included John Travolta's recent turn as a dreadlocked alien nasty in "Battlefield Earth." Now that was a laugh riot! Baltimore Sun Remakes 'Shaft' and the director 'Shaft' star Samuel L. Jackson says that making the movie was no stroll on the beach and appears to be gunning for director John Singleton. "John is like many young directors I've worked with,' Jackson huffed at a recent press junket in L.A. "They've done five or eight films, (and) I've made close to 70. 1 know better than they do what works for Samuel L. Jackson." Singleton was more reserved when discussing Jackson. 'Sam is opinionated, but I respect that, he said. Neither minced words when talking about producer Scott Ftudin, pointing to him as 'the big problem.' "With Scott it always boiled down to issues of control," Singleton said, citing disagreements over dialogue as the main issue. , "I told him point-blank that I refused to say that white man's lines," Jackson said, referring to Richard Price, the author Rudin brought in to rework Singleton's original screenplay. "Richard Price tried to put certain words in my mouth," Jackson said. "I'd do it my way, and poor John would have Scott Rudin breathing in his ear demanding that he make me say the lines they'd paid so much money for." New York Daily News staurant (directory MUfij MxyJi'f timmtu ntttilt) I Iditll WiiriliTmTOi Jackson LILLIES L H L C L I G J LUZRNPTMAR B L I L L I E S ESLENITNES 0LMYHRKD BTZVN0NAVN LBEPTL0XJA0LQIGKIR AKPDMONAURHIENWEDV RBOAWNPIRGASLBTDSC KTX0CARE LADKAHLNFS N6PRNSG I CZ0CG LH LI U IAHEWIKLGEDIEKAEOH HJSATBHRDRLURMROAI DEKSTOPCUNUQIRNPMG PQNTIVDI0TXNALIA0G DRKETLP0ITGC0LRRNL BNURI K trgl 0EXVIWDUR PIGPLINILPRHARKMIN HIDDEN WORDS LISTED BELOW RUN FORWARD, BACKWARD, UP, DOWN AND DIAGONALLY. FIND EACH WORD. BOX IT IN. Wood Quicksilver Sego Sierra Flamingo Japanese Regale Moonlight Chinook Tiger Stargazer Easter Sentinel Turk's Cap Leopard Tomorrow: ????? WHATS HAPPENING Today Disaster Preparedness for Seniors! This class will be from 10:30 to 1 1 :30 a.m. today at the Lord of Mercy Lutheran Church, 3400 Pyramid Way, Sparks. Learn how to cope with an emergency and receive a disaster kit containing basic supplies. Free. Details and Registration: 856-1000. Tragedy of a Doomed Wagon Train: The Nevada Humanities Committee presents Frank Mullen, author of "The Donnor Party Chronicles, at 1 :30 p.m. today at the North Valleys Library, 1075 N. Hills Blvd., suite 340. Free. Details: 972-0281. Bonsai show: The Yukiyama Bonsai Club will have its show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and Sunday at Sierra Arts, 200 Flint St. Experts demonstrate how to trim trees. Free. Details: 825-1858. Wizard of Oz: The Scene Stealers will present this play at 7 p.nvtoday and at 3 p.m. June 1 1 at the Pine Middle School, 4800 Neil Road. This version of the play features 27 children. Free. Details: 746-0716. Coming up Adult Softball: Registration is through June 16 and late registration June 19-23 for the Sparks team leagues. Leagues are for men, women or coed; one or two nights per week. Cost: $420 to $575 per team. Details: 353-2376. Summer Recreation Program for Children: Program hours are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. starting Monday and running through Aug. 21 at the Alf Sorensen Community Center, 1400 Baring Blvd., Sparks. Children in kindergarten through second grade get field trips to Wild Waters, roller skating and Fun Quest each week. Cost: $70 for Sparks residents per week and $81 per nonresidents per week. Details: 353-2385. Railroad car project talk: Learn about the V. and T. Mckeen Car Restoration Project at 7 p.m. June 14 at the Nevada State Railroad Museum, 2180 S. Carson St., Carson City. Free. Details: 687-6953. CITY 2000 Gallery: The exhibit "Edges and Negative Space" features paintings by Michael Foley reflecting his view of the new America and will run through July 21 . The gallery is in Reno City Hall, 490 S. Center St. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Details: 329-2787. How to submit items: Send details at least two weeks in advance to "What's Happening," Reno Gazette-Journal, P.O. Box 22000, Reno, Nev., 89520-2000, or fax it to 788-6458. Send e-mail to Bob Tolle, btollergj.com. Peg's Glorified Ham & Eggs 425 S. Sierra St. Reno 329-2600 Wildwood Restaurant Gold Dust West Fourth & Vine Sts. Reno 323-2211 Copper Ledge inside Club Cal-Neva Second & Virginia Sts. Reno 323-1046 Cafe Soleil 4796 Caughlin Parkway Reno 828-6444 Garden Restaurant 2999 S.Virginia St. Reno 826-9711 Rickshaw Paddy Restaurant 4944 S.Virginia St. Reno 828-2335 370 ME Porky's 3372 S. McCarran Blvd. Reno 825-3777 Andoni's Sunset Grille Food of the Basque 3655 S.Virginia Reno 826-2228 Napa Sonoma Grocery 294 E. Moana Lane, Ste. 10 Reno 826-0595 T Blue Heron Natural Food 1091 S.Virginia St. Reno 786-4110 mum Pane Vino 3446 Lakeside Dr. Reno 829-9449 Asian Diner & Sushi 231 W. 2nd St. Reno 786-8228 Ichiban Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar 210 N. Sierra St. Reno 323-5550 Dynamic Movement Physical Therapy Invites you to attend the Grand Opening of our newly expanded rehabilitation and wellness center. Come by and try our equipment, inerapists and instructors will be available to guide you through the Hllates based training equipment and Gyrotonlc Expansion System Wednesday, June 14th 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Refreshments will be served 487 East Plumb Lane 322-5711 r ,0rrBE? .WTjHjOCnr' "V1" 't&ffii lfHTi S5fi50r- Jug? 1 tffai)' Asian Wok - Mae Anne 2005 Sierra Highlands Dr. Reno 747-1368 La Fuente 790 Baring Blvd. Sparks 331-1483 LasTrojes II 499 E. Plumb Lane Reno 323-1334 Blue Sky Chinese Restaurant 585 East Moana Reno 826-1991 Canton Restaurant 315 E. Moana Lane Reno 825-5622 Sundowner's GK's Steakhouse & Bar 450 N. Arlington Ave Reno 786-7050 Golden Palace Restaurant & Bar Inside Flamingo Hilton Downtown Reno 785-2178 Soochow Chinese Restaurant 656 E. Prater Way Prater & McCarran Sparks 359-3344 Top Deck inside Club Cal-Neva Second & Virginia Sts. Reno 323-1046 Virginian Steakhouse inside Club Cal-Neva Virginian Second and Virginia Sts. 954-4540 ETT N1 r Aloha Sushi 3338 Kietzke Lane Reno 828-9611 Virginian inside Club Cal-Neva Second & Virginia Sts. Reno 954-4540 Sushi Club Independence Square 294 Moana Lane, Unit 1 Reno 828-7311 Sushi Teri Japanese Restaurant 5000 Smithridge Drive Reno 827-9191 Save $ on Dining. Click Here! 1 Cy'iniHfeii'j'isl.jf.'iiuT AVjf r7 -.jf l 11 Reno Gazette-Journal Sty le staff writes for our daily Sierra Life and Sierra Style .sections, as well as Friday s Calendar section I EDITORS Homed Family, entertainment Tell US What yOU think Peggy Santoro gdelaplargj.com, (775) 788-6404 (please feel free to attach an additional sheet of paper with more comments) Features editor ?,r a,j, Did a story, headline or other element of today's news cause you concern? psantororgj com, (775) 788-6427 Columnist, home & garden Richard LaComt cfarleyrgj.com, (775) 788-6340 Assistant features editor Forrest Hartman rlecomtergj com, (775) 788-6308 Arts "Uure Dld yu see a mistake in today's newspaper? Christine Moran fhartmanrgj.com, (775) 788-6339 Sierra Style editor Bollan i Melton cmoranrgj.com, (775) 788-6393 Columnist Is there a good story out there? 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