Archive for the ‘Val Kilmer’ Category

Black Friday….For The Black Knight

November 18, 2009


Valiant Val Kilmer

“Batman Forever” starring Val Kilmer …..


Did you know that every First Lady — up to and including Jackie Kennedy– shopped at Neiman Marcus? (Well, maybe not Martha but–she would have….)

Renee Ashley’s Neiman Marcus….On Black Friday (or on white Wednesday)…. Neiman Marcus is the place to shop. “I, Renee Ashley, have a closet full of Chanel dresses”….So, for that perfect silk Chanel silk blouse (or for that handsome cashmere turtleneck sweater for him) always visit Neiman Marcus….

plus….A SHOUT OUT!

I, Renee Ashley (aka Renee Ashley Baker) give a “Shout Out To Val Kilmer”….


I, Renee Ashley Baker, will sign a contract with Ford Modeling Agency for representation to 21 Companies for $21 MILLION DOLLARS (companies that include Chanel, Chanel cosmetics–“Renee Perfume by Chanel”–, AT&T, IBM, and Swarovski for a line of jewelry boxes to be designed by Renee Ashley Baker called, “Pandora’s Box”….)
I, Renee Ashley Baker, will be moving to Germany (to Berlin).



FOR WEDNESDAY….Halloween Favorites

October 14, 2009
Richard Lynch Star Trek (Villain ?)

Richard Lynch Star Trek (Villain ?)

ShadowPrince by ShadowPrincess (on Flickr)

ShadowPrince by ShadowPrincess (on Flickr)

Holloween Pumpkin #2 by Zero79

Holloween Pumpkin #2 by Zero79

Richard Lynch

Richard Lynch

Did I tell you, my readers, about the time I, Renee Ashley Baker, met (ran into) one of my favorite character actors? His name is Richard Lynch and it was in a public place–in Westwood–on a staircase. I, was bounding ‘down’ the stairs (he walking ‘up’ the stairs) when literally he and I collided–face to face–CRASH! I was, as he could tell, startled. And–it was I who moved first (to my right) as he, smoothly (and movie actor like) passed me on my left continuing on up the up staircase. When I thought he’d been successfully fooled (that is just as he was about to reach the upper landing) I yelled out, “I Love Your Work!”….”Thank You”, he replied back continuing on his way ‘movie actor smooth’….
(Note: Just so my readers — and Richard Lynch –know why I was in that building that day I was using the ‘law library’ that is located downstairs in the basement. And….Did you know that Richard Lynch starred in the last “Halloween” movie? (“Halloween 2007”). Yes, he did! He portrayed the principal at Michael Myers school–he played Principal Harris Chambers….).

Plus….Below some of Renee Ashley Baker’s other ‘favorites’

Hannibal Lector

Hannibal Lector

(Renee Ashley Baker’s Aside: “I, Renee Ashley Baker would love to star in a motion picture opposite Anthony Hopkins. A classic spy thriller set in London or Prague. So–how’s Renee Ashley Baker, Val Kilmer, and Anthony Hopkins for ‘inspired’ casting ?)

Harris by Renee Ashley Baker

“Harris” by Renee Ashley Baker. Photo Taken By Renee Ashley Baker With A Motorola AT&T Camera Phone. All Rights Reserved.


September 3, 2009


Gamer starring Gerard Butler

“Gamer” starring that ‘other’ Gerard (Scottish Gerard Butler is a ‘hunk’-a-‘hunk’….)


Blow Out starring John Travolta

“Blow Out” starring John Travolta (Sound man hears ‘blow out’….)

The Cassandra Crossing starring Richard Harris

“The Cassandra Crossing” starring Richard Harris ( Irish Richard Harris is always one of my favorite actors….)

The Osterman Weekend starring Rutger Hauer

“The Osterman Weekend” starring Ruter Hauer (CIA involves civilian? Nah….Never happen….)

Batman Forever starring Val Kilmer

“Batman Forever” starring Val Kilmer (The “BIG fight” in the Ritz Hotel is hilarious! …. )

Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig

“Casino Royale” starring Daniel Craig (JB is out for “revenge” ! ….)

Movie Thursday: Jack “Approves”

March 6, 2008

 Jack Approves….

 But What About IceMan?

Renee Ashley Baker supports McCain (and “I” approve that message!) 

Disney will distribute Renee Baker Studios’ first motion picture, in movie theatres worldwide, under an “output deal” valued at $73.5 million dollars.

Movie Thursday: Best Movies to Rent at Christmas

December 19, 2007

It’s A Wonderful Life

                                                 At First Sight Val Kilmer

 Renee’s picks:

 Best movies to rent at Christmas are: “It’s A Wonderful Life” (1946 poster pictured above), “White Christmas” (Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye), “Amahl and the Night Visitors” (1951), “At First Sight” (pictured above starring Val Kilmer and Mira Sorvino),  “Paradise” (the  funniest Christmas comedy ever), “The REF” (second funniest), and…other best Christmas movies to rent are:  “Home Alone” , “The Night They Saved Christmas”,  “Catch Me If You Can”, “Polar Express”, “Elf”, “The Nightmare Before Christmas”  (Disney and Tim Burton) and “Christmas Vacation” (Chevy and Christie) .

How The Grinch Stole Christmas dvd

Best Movie Rental Clubs:

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                                    Netflix logo   Blockbuster logo

Best Actress/Clothing Designer:

Karen Allen in Indiana Jones

                      Karen Allen Fiberarts

Movie Star Karen Allen

pictured above: Karen Allen in “Indiana Jones” and Karen Allen in one of her own sweater creations which are sold at her own boutique, “Fiberarts”, located in Massachusettes and — they’re also sold online.

(“You look so  pretty in orange Karen”).

And…Did you know?

                                    Audrey Hepburn Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” sold at auction for $800,000?   Below are Renee’s picks for….

Best Dressed in Movies:  Sharon Stone in “Basic Instinct”, Robert Redford in “The Great Gatsby”, Capucine in “Hotel”, Barbra Streisand in “Funny Girl/Funny Lady”, Kevin Costner as Elliot Ness in “The Untouchables”, Meryl Streep in “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”, Audrey Hepburn in “Two For The road”,  Gloria Swanson in “Sunset Boulevard” , Jack Nicholson in “China town”,  Marilyn Monroe singing happy birthday to JFK (and in “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend”), Doris Day (in all of her movies), Grace Kelly in all of her movies (and in “To Catch A Thief”)  and  Cruella DeVille aka Glenn Close in “1001 Dalmations”


September 5, 2007

Gary Cooper in High NoonVal Kilmer as Doc Holiday                                Russell Crowe

What measure of man?

Russell Crowe stars as the ‘tested’ Ben Wade in a remake of the classic western “3:10 to Yuma” (which–originally starred Glen Ford and Van Heflin).  “3:10 to Yuma” opens in theatres across the U.S. on Friday.

You can view Kilmer and Cooper in action on RBS Cinema’s “favorite videos” (click double link below).

special thanks: (I will “not” be casting Russell Crowe in a football movie because Renee Baker Studios will not be producing nor releasing a “football movie”).