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As their lawyer, Ben Shipman, put it after their deaths: ‘Such sweet men. Particularly Stan, but Babe [Hardy’s nickname] too.
And most of it was women trouble…’ Oliver Hardy was married three times.
“I feel privileged to have been entrusted to bring to screen the magnificent lives and work of comedy legends, Laurel and Hardy,” said Faye Ward, who most recently also produced the well-received starring Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep.
“It is incredibly exciting to be working with such a fantastic and collaborative team.
“When I watch their movies, in my head it is forever a Saturday morning and I am six years old watching the TV at home utterly spellbound.
I am aware of the huge responsibility of bringing their characters to life, but I have not treated the boys with kid gloves or looked at them through rose coloured specs.
There is little money for Randolph in giving dancing lessons, but more in introducing his Russian friends to a movie star, especially one who is building up a track record of broken marriages. There are many ways in which a man might wish to be woken on his wedding night, but a voice screaming ‘Bigamist! ’ at his hotel room door is almost certainly not one of them.
But they’ve always been able to make each other laugh and as the charm and beauty of their performances shines through their audiences laugh too, and they re-connect with legions of adoring fans, old and new.
celebrates the duo’s unique friendship and legendary working partnership.
In a major coup for producer Faye Ward and her relatively new banner Fable Pictures, the rights to the work of Laurel and Hardy has been licensed by Larry Harmon Pictures Corporation.
But everything I have done has come from a place of love and more than anything else I hope this shines through.” “John C Reilly and Steve Coogan are dream casting for , bringing to life with uncanny accuracy and irresistible gusto the genius creative marriage that Jeff Pope’s script explores so lovingly,” said BBC Films head honcho Christine Langan.
“With Faye Ward producing and Jon Baird at the helm, BBC Films is extremely excited to crank up production of this gem in 2016.” The film will be a Fable Pictures and Sonesta Films production, produced by Faye Ward and exec produced by Christine Langan and Nichola Martin for BBC Films, as well as Jeff Pope for Sonesta Films and Gabrielle Tana.
Her name is Vera Ivanova Shuvalova, but she usually goes by her stage name of Illeana.