Dakota Fanning, Alicia Keys In 'Bees' Talks

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Dakota Fanning and Alicia Keys are in final negotiations to join the cast of "The Secret Life of Bees," a female-oriented coming-of-age tale based on the Sue Monk Kidd best-seller.

"Bees," a drama set in the Southern U.S. in the 1960s, centers on teenager Lily Owens (Fanning) and her friend Rosaleen (Hudson) who flee their hometown to escape their harsh upbringing and seek to uncover the mysteries of Lily's late mother. Along the way, they encounter three beekeeping sisters (Latifah, Okonedo, Keys) who take the pair in to their South Carolina home.

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I just want to ppoint out that the debt chagre is the direct fault of the creepy old man holding the sign. When he and the rest of the incompetents in the Mike Hairass government tried to sell Ontario Hydro to their Wall street friends, the bonds held by Hydro had to be redeemed and the money financed at a higher rate than Hydro was paying because the Ontario Gov't bond rating was reduced because of the fiscal incompetence of Flaherty. When the citizen outrage about this blatant gift to M and A grifters made it apparent this was an unwise move, they were stuck with the cost of redeeming the bonds. The debt retirement chagre is a fiscally conservative way of handling this cost - something the Harris government knew nothing about What will happen to that chagre when the cost is completely covered has not been determined.

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