"Dreamgirls" Footage Now Available for On-Line Viewing

News   "Dreamgirls" Footage Now Available for On-Line Viewing Thirteen film clips from the eagerly awaited film "Dreamgirls" are now available for viewing on-line.

Paramount Pictures supplied IESB.net with approximately 20 minutes worth of footage from the film that is based on the Broadway musical of the same name. The brief clips are titled Wigs, Here to Protect You, Teach Us the Song, Jimmy Don't Belong to No One, I Am a Woman Now, Deena's Singing Lead, "Dreamgirls," Ease Up, I Can't Play That Part, Jimmy & Lorrell Backstage, "One Night Only," "Listen" and Effie I Need You. To views these clips Click here .

"Dreamgirls," a co-production of DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures that is set to hit movie theatres Christmas day, stars Jennifer Hudson as Effie, Beyoncé Knowles as Deena Jones, Anika Noni Rose as Lorrell Robinson, Jamie Fox as Curtis Taylor Jr., Eddie Murphy as James "Thunder Early" and Danny Glover as Marty. Director Bill Condon also wrote the film's screenplay based on the late Tom Eyen's book. The film employs most of the original score by Eyen and Henry Krieger as well as four new tunes.

"Dreamgirls," according to the film's official website, "follows the rise of a trio of women — Deena (Beyoncé Knowles), Effie (Jennifer Hudson) and Lorrell (Anika Noni Rose) — who have formed a promising girl group called The Dreamettes. At a talent competition, they are discovered by an ambitious manager named Curtis Taylor, Jr. (Jamie Foxx), who offers them the opportunity of a lifetime: to become the back-up singers for headliner James 'Thunder' Early (Eddie Murphy). Curtis gradually takes control of the girls' look and sound, eventually giving them their own shot in the spotlight as The Dreams. The spotlight, however, begins to narrow in on Deena, finally pushing back the less attractive Effie out altogether. Though the Dreams become a crossover phenomenon, they soon realize that the cost of fame and fortune may be higher than they ever imagined."

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