This story first appeared in the Nov. 2 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
If you have Barbra Streisand attached to your film, you better keep her satisfied.
Joel Silver, the producer of a previously announced cinematic reboot of Gypsy that would star Streisand as Mama Rose, turned up backstage at Streisand's "Back to Brooklyn" concert Oct. 11 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn holding a huge arrangement of (appropriately) red roses.
When he saw her, they embraced, and he was whisked away to a more private area with his son Sam, who had the honor of Streisand wishing him a happy birthday.
Streisand has been attached to star in Universal's Gypsy remake -- written by Downton Abbey's Julian Fellowes -- since Silver conceived it. The 70-year-old also stars with Seth Rogen in the comedy The Guilt Trip, due out this Christmas.