Baz Luhrmann

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  • Birth Name: Mark Anthony Luhrmann
  • Birth Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 09/17/1962, Virgo
  • Profession: Director; screenwriter; producer; actor
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Watch the First Teaser for Bonnie & Clyde

In the first trailer for the Bonnie & Clyde miniseries, Emile Hirsch andHolliday Granger bring the criminal couple to life -- with some added sex appeal.

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Who Made Time's List of the 100 Most Influential People?

Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence and power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z are among the 100 Most Influential People in the world, according to Time magazine.

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Jay-Z to Score Baz Luhrmann's Great Gatsby

Jay-Z's adding some swag to West Egg. Director Baz Luhrmann has recruited the rapper to work with music producer the Bullitts on the score for his upcoming adaption of The Great Gatsby.read more

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The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby - Clip - You Can't Repeat the Past
Moulin Rouge

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The Great Gatsby (HBO)
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The Great Gatsby

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Daniel Radcliffe, Isla Fisher, Baz Luhrmann, Ed Byrne, Wretch 32
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The Colbert Report 5/9/2013
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Charlie Rose (December 12, 2002)

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Credits

Year Title Description
2013 The Great Gatsby Movie, Producer
2013 The Great Gatsby Movie, Director
2013 The Great Gatsby Movie, Writer
2012 The Great Gatsby Movie, Director
2008 Australia Movie, Writer

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Director Baz Luhrmann Suffers Head Injury on The Great Gatsby Set

Director Baz Luhrmann was forced to get three stitches to his head after bumping into a camera crane on the set of The Great Gatsby, The Sydney Morning Herald reports.

The Moulin Rouge filmmaker was directing a scene at the time. ''We were on quite a cramped set and he was ducking under the crane," co-producer Anton Monsted told the newspaper. "He struck his head on the... read more

Carey Mulligan Goes Back to Brunette Hair

Carey Mulligan is getting back to her roots — literally — by sporting a new, darker 'do. The actress was spotted out and about New York City recently with chocolate brown locks.

Mulligan, 25, first got audiences' attention (as a brunette) for... read more

Live CBS Upfront Coverage

3:46: CBS' Upfront starts in 15 minutes and I'm lost. Does anyone out there know how to get to Carnegie Hall!? Ba-dum-bum. 3:48: I've got an awesome seat right in the center. Some might say I have a birds-eye view of the stage. Ba-dum-bum.3:53: CBS is young and hip — and they've got a DJ spinning records in front of the stage to prove it!3:57: You haven't lived until you've heard CBS' NFL theme song remixed with "We Will Rock You."4:00: Showtime! Oooh, we're starting with a musical number! A reggae group is welcoming us with a song about the upfronts.4:05: Ladies and gentleman, make way for King Les Moonves!!4:10: "For the fifth year in a row, CBS is America's most watched network," Les proclaims. So humble, that one. 4:15: Moonves introduces a YouTube clip that a fan compiled featuring David Caruso's endless one-liners from CSI: Miami. Funny stuff.4:16: Someone in row 12 smuggled a freakin' laptop in here! No fair! She should be forced to Blackberry-blog like me! (It's not eas... read more

October 27, 2006: Tonight's Damned Thing

Tobe Hooper's got some serious shoes to fill with tonight's Masters of Horror premiere, The Damned Thing. Season 1's premiere is still very vivid to me, even though it's been a year since I've seen it; that's pretty impressive. Incident On and Off a Mountain Road literally hit the ground running last season, providing relentless tension, lots of gore, and one of the best twist endings of all season 1 entries. Within one hour, this inaugural episode set the standard: This series is not for lightweights. Entertainment Weekly's preview of The Damned Thing graded Mr. Hooper's work with an uncomfortable [red] "D." However, the same review called the Masters of Horror show open "cliché," which I take issue with [*cough* Emmy© winner *cough*], so I'm just going to say that "D" is for Damned Thing.Tobe Hooper's season 1 episode, Dance of the Dead, received mixed reviews in the horror community, but it remains one of my favorites, so I'm hopeful about tonight. As HHH [horror-hound ... read more

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