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«So not the best kept secret, but still I’m happy to announce that I’ve been commissioned to adapt the film «Amelie» for Broadway,» he wrote

«Amelie,» the Oscar-nominated 2001 French film starring Audrey Tautou, is heading to Broadway.

Composer Dan Messe will adapt the film for the stage, he revealed this week on the Facebook page for his band, Hem.

«So not the best kept secret, but still I’m happy to announce that I’ve been commissioned to adapt the film «Amelie» for Broadway,» he wrote. «The creative team includes Craig Lucas (book) and Nathan Tysen (co-lyrics). Can’t wait to share it with you!»

The film, 군산출장안마 directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, tells the story of a shy Parisian waitress (Tautou) who sets out on a mission to make those around her happy and discovers love along the way. It earned five Oscar nominations, including one for best foreign film, and earned nearly $174 million at the worldwide box office, according to Box Office Mojo.

Speaking to Paste magazine about the project, Messe confessed to being a longtime fan of «Amelie.» He also revealed the Hem song «Half Asleep» was influenced by a scene in the film.

«I wrote that imagining that scene where Amelie and Nino are speaking between the door,» he said. «So I’d already written a song for those characters, but then it took years and years to get the rights.»

Messe called Yann Tiersen’s original music for the film «one of the best movie scores there is,» but says what he’s doing for the musical will be different.

«He’s a very different sort of composer than I am. And I’m not interested in doing Parisian music. I don’t think I’m even going to use accordion in my score. The music sounds like mine. But certainly, I’m not playing up the Americana elements either. I’m not having pedal steel and fiddle, but it’ll be hyper-romantic and playful more than anything.»

The composer did not say when the show will open, but acknowledged he’s got a deadline coming up. «We have to finish the first draft by Labor Day,» Messe said.

Tell us: Do you think «Amelie» will make a good Broadway musical?


coli is found in the feces of humans and livestock

The company said that an independent lab found three samples of green onions that appeared to have a harsh strain of the bacteria.

Taco Bell said that the tests are not conclusive, but that it immediately notified health authorities and its restaurants while it awaits a final analysis.

«In an abundance of caution, we’ve decided to pull all green onions from our restaurants until we know conclusively whether they are the cause of the E.coli outbreak,» said Greg Creed, president of Irvine, Calif.-based Taco Bell.

Taco Bell said that conclusive results will be immediately announced when available. It established a toll-free telephone number, 1-800-TACO BELL, for those with concerns about the outbreak, including customers and workers.

The chain on Tuesday reopened Long Island, N.Y., restaurants linked to the E. coli outbreak, but closed nine outlets in suburban Philadelphia after health officials reported an E. coli outbreak that sickened four people there.

Health officials have not yet been able to pinpoint the source of the bacteria that has sickened at least three dozen people in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nine people remained hospitalized in New York and New Jersey, including an 11-year-old boy in stable condition with kidney damage.

On Tuesday, Taco Bell representatives and state and federal health inspectors visited a food distribution center in Burlington, N.J., that supplied the Long Island and New Jersey restaurants patronized by people who were sickened.

«It involves tracking your way back and trying to see if by process of elimination you can determine the root cause,» said Bart McKay, a lawyer for the distributor, Texas-based McLane Co.

E. coli is found in the feces of humans and livestock. Most E. coli infections are associated with undercooked meat. The bacteria also can be found on sprouts or leafy vegetables such as spinach. The germs can be passed from person to person if they do not thoroughly wash their hands after using the bathroom.

New Jersey’s health commissioner has said the most recent case of E. coli was reported Nov. 29, so the danger of infection might have passed.

Two of the New Jersey restaurants implicated were inspected and remained open. The third, in South Plainfield, remained closed Tuesday evening.

Taco Bell Corp., a subsidiary of Yum! Brands Inc., said Tuesday it had sanitized the Long Island restaurants.

Pennsylvania officials were working to determine if the outbreak there was linked to the New York and New Jersey cases. Three of those who fell ill at the end of November had eaten at a Taco Bell, state Health Department spokesman Troy Thompson said. Two were hospitalized and released.

The nine Taco Bell restaurants located in suburban Philadelphia were voluntarily closing as a precaution, the Montgomery County health department said.

In New York, Irene Abbad stopped at a Taco Bell on Long Island on Tuesday, but she was afraid to eat the food and ordered only a soft drink.

After hearing about the outbreak, she called her son, who she said is a frequent Taco Bell customer. «I said, `Don’t eat Taco Bell for a while.»‘

E. coli, or Escherichia coli, is a common and ordinarily harmless bacteria, but certain strains can cause abdominal cramps, fever, bloody diarrhea, kidney failure, blindness, paralysis, 대전출장안마 even death.

Earlier this year, three people died and more than 200 fell ill from an E. coli outbreak that was traced to packaged spinach grown in California.


The network described the explosion as a car bomb, but the state attorney general’s office said the cause of the explosions have not been determined

The prosecutor, Roberto Jaime Suarez, disappeared Wednesday in the town of San Fernando, where the bodies of the migrants were found, the Tamaulipas state attorney general’s office said in a statement. A transit police officer in the town is also missing.

President Felipe Calderon, speaking during a forum on security, said Suarez, a Tamaulipas state prosecutor, was involved in the initial investigation of the massacre, which authorities have blamed on the Zetas drug cartel. The federal Attorney General’s Office has since taken the lead in the case.

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The two car explosions happened less than 45 minutes apart in Ciudad Victoria, the Tamulipas state capital, the Attorney General’s Office said. The first exploded in front of the offices of the Televisa network and the second in front of transit-police offices.

There were no injuries, though both caused some damage to buildings and knocked out the signal of the Televisa network for several hours. The explosion outside Televisa was felt for several blocks.

The network described the explosion as a car bomb, but the state attorney general’s office said the cause of the explosions have not been determined.

If confirmed, it would mean a total of four car bombs in Mexico this year — a new and frightening tactic in the country’s escalating drug war.

The first exploded July 5 in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, across the border from El Paso, Texas, killing a federal police officer and two other people. The second, which caused no injuries, happened just two weeks ago in front of police headquarters in Ciudad Victoria.

Just north of Ciudad Victoria, heavily guarded investigators working at a private funeral home in San Fernando identified 31 of the 72 massacred migrants, whose bodies were discovered on a ranch Tuesday, bound, blindfolded and slumped against a wall.

Those identified include 14 Hondurans, 12 Salvadorans, four Guatemalans and one Brazilian, the state attorney general’s office said.

By Associated Press Writer E. Eduardo Castillo. Alexandra Olson, Isaac Garrido and Katherine Corcoran in Mexico City; Gonzalo Solano in Quito, Ecuador; Diego Mendez in San Salvador, El Salvador; and Freddy Cuevas in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 익산출장안마 contributed to this report

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