That’s right. Jada Pinkett and son Jaden Smith are working on another “Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot.”. No, actually it’s 10-year-old Willow Smith, set to play the title role in “Annie.” The film is being developed by Overbrook Entertainment, which the Smiths co-own, along with Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter and Sony Pictures. Last year, 12-year-old Jaden starred in a remake of “The Karate Kid,” which raked in $343 million worldwide. Sony’s Columbia Pictures first brought “Annie” to theaters in 1982. The movie was based on the Broadway musical in which an orphan’s life is transformed when she goes to live with wealthy industrialist Oliver “Daddy” Warbucks.
To get involved or get more details, contract ECHS dance program director Jessy Kronenberg at 510-231-1437, ext, 26580, or click the contact link at elcerritogauchos.net/dance, The two-mile “block party” in the heart of the Shattuck Avenue business district will be closed to motor traffic so the public can take ballerina photography, dance photo, ballet shoes, dancer art, ballet decor, girls wall art, teen decor, print,dance wall decor, advantage of the wide roadway for recreation and leisurely strolling, Some 43,000 people attended the inaugural event last year, For details about the event and how to participate visit www.sundaystreetsberkeley.com..
1964: The State Department disclosed that 40 hidden microphones had been found in the U.S. embassy in Moscow. 1967: The Soviet Union ratified a treaty with the United States and Britain banning nuclear and other weapons from outer space as well as celestial bodies such as the moon. (The treaty entered into force in October 1967.). 1971: Poet Ogden Nash, known for his humorous light verses, died in Baltimore at age 68. 1981: Five British soldiers were killed by an Irish Republican Army landmine in County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Jordan Elise Bromstead, Favio Alberto Buelna, Lois Nguyen Bui, Steven Louis Caffey, Guillermo Calixto, Jose Yoel Calles, Luis Ruben Camacho, Karen Diana Carabez, Nicole June Carmelo: Academic Star, Honor Roll, Jose Armando Castillo Becerra, Ana Paola Castro Romero: Academic Star, State Seal of Biliteracy, Aileen Castro Saldate: Academic Star, State Seal of Biliteracy, Honor Roll, Alejandra Cervantes: Academic ballerina photography, dance photo, ballet shoes, dancer art, ballet decor, girls wall art, teen decor, print,dance wall decor, Star, Science Department Award, Ronaldo Israel Chacon, Joseph Gerardo Chacon Guzman: State Seal of Biliteracy, Social Science Department Award, Math Department Award, Science Department Award, World Language Department Award, Academic Lamp of Knowledge, Honor Roll, Educational Talent Search Scholarship, Top Ten of Senior Class..
Details: Feb. 26-April 5; La Val’s Subterranean, Berkeley; $15-$25; www.impacttheatre.com. 2 CELTIC THUNDER: There is very little that’s subtle about the Irish singing group and its often elaborate stage show (regularly seen on PBS), and fans wouldn’t have it any other way. The lavish touring production comes to City National Civic in San JoseMarch 3 for one show only. Details: 8 p.m.; $69.50; www.ticketmaster.com. 3 ALAMEDA ALL STARS: This band of Bay Area musicians is celebrating 35 years of rich classic rock history. Not only were the All Stars Gregg Allman’s touring band for more than a decade, but its members over the years have played with such acts as Eddie Money, Starship, Ozzy Osbourne, Night Ranger, Elvin Bishop, Asia, Meatloaf and more. On Feb. 28, the current All Stars — including Tom Miller, Mark McGee and Preston Thrall — are teaming with such former members as Brad Gillis, Danny Chauncey, Kelly Keagy, Manfred “Jones” Allen, Jellyroll Burgstahler and more for a 35th anniversary bash. Anyone who loves quintessential Bay Area rock will probably want to be there.