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Cine News: 10 August 2012

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Ron HowardUniversal Sets Release Date for Ron Howard's 'Rush,' Moves Tom Cruise's 'Oblivion'

 

Universal has set a release date of Sept. 20, 2013 for the Formula 1 racing movie and also announced 2013 dates for the supernatural thriller "Mama" and the Tom Cruise-starring sci-fi movie.

Universal has set a release date for Ron Howard’s Formula 1 movie Rush, and set 2013 dates for the opening of two other movies, including the Tom Cruise-starring sci-fi movie Oblivion.


Rush, which was previously undated, sees Ron Howard teaming up with Peter Morgan for what is being billed as a “re-creation of the merciless 1970s rivalry between James Hunt and Niki Lauda,” iconic Grand Prix racers. Chris Hemsworth and Olivia Wilde are the headliners. Cross Creek and Exclusive Media are behind the movie, with Universal only distributing it in North America. The studio has circled Sept. 20, 2013, as the date to unfurl the checkered flag. September is a pretty wide open month at this stage, with Runner Runner and Paranoia, both of which open Sept. 27, as the only other major releases. (There's also a re-release of The Little Mermaid earlier that month.)

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- Borys Kit


'Animal Practice's' Justin Kirk Takes THR's Fall TV Poll

 

Justin Kirk is going from Showtime to NBC primetime, starring in the network's freshman comedy Animal Practice. The actor is currently the eighth and final season of Weeds, on which he co-stars as Mary-Louise Parker's nutty brother-in-law, Andy Botwin. Now Kirk is moving to center stage as a twisted vet who loves animals but doesn't always feel the same about their owners. For the role, Kirk has the unique pleasure to work alongside what NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt has dubbed the network's best-testing character of the fall: Crystal the Monkey. The Hollywood Reporter challenged Kirk

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- Lesley Goldberg


Garcelle Beauvais Joins 'White House Down' (Exclusive)

 

Garcelle Beauvais is reuniting with Jamie Foxx for White House Down, Sony’s action thriller being directed by Roland Emmerich. Channing Tatum is starring in the movie as a Secret Service agent who jumps into action when a paramilitary group takes over 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Jamie Foxx is playing the president. Story: Sony Moving 'White House Down' to Heart of Summer 2013 Beauvais starred opposite Foxx in the latter’s sitcom, The Jamie Foxx Show, which ran on WB from 1996 to 2001. Her character was the object of Foxx’s attention for much of the run, with the two eventually dating and

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- Borys Kit


Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer': What the Critics Are Saying

 

Spike Lee returns to his Brooklyn neighborhood in Red Hook Summer, opening in select New York theaters on Friday. The drama is his first fiction film since 2008's Miracle of St. Anna. The film follows a teenage boy (Jules Brown) from Atlanta, who spends the hot summer months with his preacher grandfather (Clarke Peters) in Brooklyn. Story: Sundance 2012: Spike Lee Talks 'Red Hook Summer,' His Feature Debut at the Festival (Q&A) The drama has been drawing controversial reviews among critics, who tend to compare Lee's latest project with his previous 1989 title, Do the Right Thing. While many

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- Paula Zulian


Rihanna Opens Up About Chris Brown, Barbados Pride in New Oprah Interview (Video)

 

Oprah thought she knew Rihanna, but Oprah did not know Rihanna. That's what the talk queen reveals as she teases her Oprah's Next Chapter interview with the pop star next week, taped in Rihanna's home nation of Barbados. It's all perfectly timed to kick off the singer's three-year stint promoting her homeland for the Barbados Tourist Authority. (According to Bta chairman Adrian Elcock, the campaign will be launched in September, in time for the winter tourist season.) "I thought she was going to be kind of a bad-ass," Oprah admits. "Kind of a hard-edged rocker pop

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- Seth Abramovitch


CNN, Time Suspend Fareed Zakaria For Plagiarism

 

Fareed Zakaria apologized late Friday after being hit with accusations that his recent Time magazine story, "The Case for Gun Control," contained passages stolen from an April New Yorker story on the same subject. "Media reporters have pointed out that paragraphs in my Time column this week bear close similarities to paragraphs in Jill Lepore's essay in the April 22nd issue of The New Yorker," Zakaria said in a statement. "They are right. I made a terrible mistake. It is a serious lapse and one that is entirely my fault. I apologize unreservedly to her, to my editors at

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- Jordan Zakarin


'Red Dawn' Trailer: Tom Cruise's Son Battles Bad Guys With Chris Hemsworth (Video)

 

The Red Dawn trailer has landed online, showing Tom Cruise's son, Connor Cruise, in his first major film role as a Midwestern teenager defending his home turf from North Korean invaders. The 17-year-old, whose mother is Nicole Kidman, wields a gun as he joins forces with The Wolverines, an army of young fighters led by Chris Hemworth, to battle the baddies -- and save America in the process. Josh Hutcherson, Isabel Lucas, Josh Peck and Adrianne Palicki also star in Dan Bradley's remake of the bloody 1984 film that featured Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen taking on Soviet soldiers.

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- Erin Carlson


Box Office Report: 'Bourne Legacy' Eyeing Strong $45 Mil-Plus Debut

 

Universal's The Bourne Legacy is off to a strong start at the domestic box office, where it is on track to gross between $15 million and $18 million on Friday for a weekend debut in the $45 million range. Bourne Legacy is a key test for Universal, which is looking to reinvigorate its marquee franchise with a new leading man -- Jeremy Renner. The strength of both Bourne Legacy and Warner Bros.' R-rated comedy The Campaign is welcome news for Hollywood and theater owners after a tough few weeks. Jay Roach's The Campaign -- headlining Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis

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- Pamela McClintock


'The Bourne Legacy': What the Critics Are Saying

 

The fourth installment of The Bourne Legacy franchise hits theaters on Friday. The action film stars Jeremy Renner, who replaces the role of Matt Damon in the thriller directed by Tony Gilroy, who also co-wrote with his brother Dan Gilroy. Photos: Behind the Scenes of THR's Jeremy Renner Cover Shoot In the film, Renner plays the new off-the-grid Operation Outcome field agent, Aaron Cross, who is completing a rigorous solo training mission in Alaska. The thriller also stars Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton and Stacy Keach. The Bourne Legacy currently holds a score of 51 percent on RottenTomatoes.

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- Paula Zulian


Locarno Artistic Director Olivier Père on Taking Risks, the Magic of the Piazza Grande and Selling Locarno (Q&A)

 

Locarno, Switzerland – Now in his third year as artistic director of the Locarno Film Festival, Olivier Père is putting his own stamp on the storied event. The festival, which got underway August 1, has had many highlights so far: a surprising number of emotional moments in the festival’s famous Piazza Grande, a career award to reclusive film director Leos Carax, and more than a few unheralded films Père says have made a strong impact on the festival’s discerning public. With a day to go -- Père says he is not sure if he should be happy or sad that the

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- Eric J. Lyman


'The Campaign's' Dylan McDermott Reveals How He Broke the Ice His First Day on Set

 

Dylan McDermott, known for his dramatic work on TV shows like American Horror Story and The Practice, takes a serious turn for the comedic in The Campaign, playing an intense political operative named Tim Wattley. While McDermott, 50, was the new kid in the comedy world, he tells The Hollywood Reporter that he broke the ice quickly while working opposite Zach Galifianakis and Will Ferrell. Photos: Hollywood's Campaign Contributions: 15 of the Best Election-Themed Movies How? By getting naked. “I was totally nude in front of Will and Zach for 12 hours,” McDermott tells THR about his very

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- Rebecca Ford


Madonna Labeled 'Moralizing Slut' by Russian Official As 'Pussy Riot' Trial Continues

 

Punk is alive. Russian punk trio Pussy Riot -- Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Yekaterina Samutsevich, 29 -- sit ensconced behind glass in a Moscow courtroom this week, facing trial after their March arrest for having performed an anti-government “punk prayer” inside the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. (Watch a video of the performance below.) Video: Madonna Shows Her Support for Jailed Russian Punk Band Pussy Riot at Moscow Concert The three women have been incarcerated for the five months since their arrest, facing charges of “hooliganism,” a crime punishable by up to seven years

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- Seth Abramovitch


Russell Crowe as 'Noah': First Look at Darren Aronofsky's Biblical Epic (Photo)

 

We've seen the ark; now, we get a first glance at the beard. It's been five years in the making in Hollywood, and around 5700 or so since the event first allegedly went down, but Darren Aronofsky's big screen epic, Noah, is finally in production. The Wrestler and Black Swan helmer is off in Iceland, beginning work on the film, and has tweeted out several photos from the set, including this shot of the massive zoo-boat ark that will serve as the fulcrum of his gritty biblical reboot. In this new photo, which first debuted in USA Today,

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- Jordan Zakarin


Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie's Wedding Reportedly Happening This Weekend

 

Are Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie finally tying the knot? That's what the increasing hullabaloo on their South of France estate -- Chateau Miraval -- indicates to the media. Brad's parents reportedly have arrived at Chateau Miraval, and Los Angeles jeweler Robert Procop, who made Angelina's $250,000 diamond and platinum engagement ring, also is said to be flying in. Photos: Showbiz Kids: 17 of Hollywood's Most Famous Offspring Some have speculated that the bash is for Pitt's parents, Jane and Bill, but with Angelina’s jeweler there, it seems likely that it is something more. George Clooney, who lives in Lake Cuomo in

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- Elizabeth Snead


Google Search to Start Targeting Copyright Violators

 

In a bid to steer Internet users to higher-quality video, audio, images and text on the web, Google beginning next week will push links that most likely contain content that violates copyrights lower in search results. The effort should thrill the creators of TV shows, movies and music that have long complained of Internet pirates who illegally post their content on websites they have no control over and, therefore, earn no money from. Google said in a blog post Friday that sites receiving a large number of valid copyright removal notices will continue to be listed during a search,

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- Paul Bond


Kyra Sedgwick Reveals Why She Almost Didn't Take 'The Closer' (Q&A)

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 17 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. It's time to say goodbye to Brenda Leigh Johnson. TNT's record-setting crime drama The Closer, which launched in 2005, shuts down with the Aug. 13 finale and bids farewell to Kyra Sedgwick, who as the CIA-trained deputy chief had a way with confessions and herself took home an Emmy in 2010 after four previous nominations. Recalls series creator James Duff about that fateful Emmy telecast: "I went to see Inception again so I wouldn't see any part of it. I thought superstitiously that was

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- Philiana Ng


E. Roger Mitchell Cast as Chaff in 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

 

Toronto - Ahead of Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire getting set to start production in September, E. Roger Mitchell has been cast in the role of Chaff. Mitchell will play a tribute from District 11 who won the 45th annual Hunger Games and is to compete in the Quarter Quell. Photos: 'The Hunger Games' Premiere: Red Carpet Arrivals The Atlanta-based actor has credits that include Battle: Los Angeles, The Shield, One Tree Hill, and Tyler Perry projects like Diary Of A Mad Black Woman and Daddy’s Little Girls. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be directed by Francis Lawrence,

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- Etan Vlessing


Keira Knightley Wins Female Lead in 'Jack Ryan' (Exclusive)

 

Keira Knightley is in negotiations to star opposite Chris Pine in Paramount's franchise hopeful Jack Ryan, sources close to the film tell The Hollywood Reporter. Knightley is no stranger to the world of franchises, having starred in the three of Disney's four Pirates of the Caribbean films. Photos: Happy Doomsday! 'Seeking a Friend for the End of the World' Premiere Draws Big Stars The film would mark the first teaming for Knightley and director Kenneth Branagh, who also has a supporting role in the film. Although the two often inhabit the same world of Brit period corset dramas, they've never

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- Tatiana Siegel , Borys Kit


Hotel Hell: TV Review

 

The high-profile restaurateur Gordon Ramsay has returned to the helm for his fourth series on Fox. The intense Brit's familiar face has become a prolific brand for the network, and Fox's impulse to install him in a new scene -- hotels, inns and B&Bs -- was a good one. Ramsay is a stern bringer of hope to unsightly environments, the horrors of which Hotel Hell relishes in uncovering. Although Ramsay can be coarse and prone to fits of anger, he is always fair in his assessment and restructuring of unfortunate establishments. The two-part pilot is slated to run on consecutive

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- Allison Keene


TV Ratings: NBC's Olympics Wins Again, Though Fatigue Shows

 

It's another gold for NBC, but without the swimming and gymnastic stars that have powered many of its big nights, ratings were down on its London 2012 broadcast. The network pulled in an average of 22 million viewers on Thursday night, for a 6.8 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic. Even with track star Usain Bolt's record run on tape delay and highlights of the soccer ladies taking gold, stats were down, especially against last Thursday's 35.7 million that tuned in for Gabby Douglas' gold-medal performance. On Wednesday, NBC had 29.7 million, for a 9.

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- Jordan Zakarin


Ryan Lochte: America's Next 'Bachelor'? (Video)

 

Imagine Bachelor host Chris Harrison walking over to Olympian Ryan Lochte at the Bachelor mansion, saying, “Ryan, this is your final rose.” It could be a reality if the Olympian gets his way. Photos: The Superficial Person's Guide to the Olympics Lochte, 28, who won five medals during the Summer Games in London, sat down with Today host Matt Lauer on Friday and said he is considering a turn on one of ABC’s reality shows. "I'm definitely looking towards Dancing With the Stars and The Bachelor, so we'll see what happens,” he said, adding that he plans to

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- Rebecca Ford


Emmys 2012: Battles of Newbies vs. Veterans

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 17 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Emmy season is most exhilarating when there's a juicy balance of stalwart competitors and debut nominees. It makes predicting winners a glorious and beguiling guessing game; it also gets antsy viewers to sit through the entire primetime telecast (this year's host, Jimmy Kimmel, hopefully offers equal bait). The 2012 Emmys epitomize such a scenario as dozens of new names converge on the most exciting ballot in years, with many destined to shake up TV's biggest night. Photos: Emmys 2012: 15 of the Biggest Snubs Comedy Series

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- Stacey Wilson


Judd Apatow on 'Girls' Awkward Sex Scenes: 'People Are Way Too Prudish' (Q&A)

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 17 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The Hollywood Reporter: When and how did you meet Girls creator Lena Dunham? Judd Apatow: Somebody slipped me the DVD of her film Tiny Furniture before it came out. But when I watched it, I had no idea that the person who starred in it also wrote and directed it! I e-mailed her and told her I thought it was great. It turned out she was in the middle of negotiating a deal to develop a show for HBO and that her partner was Jenni

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- Stacey Wilson


Manchester United Stock Hardly Moves in Market Debut

 

London - The stock of English soccer club Manchester United hardly moved early in its stock market debut on Friday. After pricing overnight at $14 per share, the stock was up minimally at $14.01 as of 11:20am Et. That gave the sports franchise a market value of about $2.3 billion. The lack of a major early stock move suggested the pricing was on target. The $14 price came in below the original $16-$20 target range as investors seemed unwilling to pay up for a piece of the soccer team that has in recent years often dominated the English

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- Georg Szalai


Olympics 2012: BBC Forced To Move Cameras To Avoid Sponsor Logo (Report)

 

British public broadcaster the BBC were forced to move their cameras after inadvertently giving free advertising to Dow Chemical in the buildup to the Olympics opening ceremony. The Guardian newspaper website reports that the BBC had to reposition cameras in their London 2012 Olympic Park studio to avoid showing a giant Dow Chemical billboard positioned outside the studio windows. The billboard was clearly visible to viewers behind the BBC's studio presenters during the channel's countdown to Danny Boyle's opening ceremony July 27. Dow is an official, if controversial, Olympics sponsor, having signed a $100 million, 10-year-deal with the

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- Scott Roxborough


David Rakoff Dies at 47

 

David Rakoff, an author best known for his darkly funny personal essays, died on Thursday after a second bout with cancer. Awarded the Thurber Prize for his 2010 book of essays, Half Empty, Rakoff was born in Canada and lived in New York, where he earned fame for his frankly open stories about being a gay, Jewish and very neurotic man. A frequent contributer to Ira Glass' This American Life radio show, Rakoff met the host through his friend, the writer David Sedaris, who Rakoff first approached while working in book publishing. He wrote two other books of essays: 2011's

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- Jordan Zakarin


Mel Stuart, Documentarian and 'Willy Wonka' Director, Dies at 83

 

Mel Stuart, the Emmy-winning filmmaker and documentarian who tackled such serious subjects as the assassination of John F. Kennedy and mental illness but is perhaps best known for directing the whimsical Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, has died. He was 83. Madeline Stuart told The Associated Press that her father died Thursday night of cancer at his home in Los Angeles. Photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2012 During the 1960s and '70s, Stuart was associated with David L. Wolper, with whom he established a base of West Coast documentary production at a time when New York filmmakers and TV networks'

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- Mike Barnes


Olympics 2012: What the Pundits Got Wrong

 

As the London 2012 Olympic Games heads into its final weekend, it's interesting to note that the XXX Olympiad, far from being the disaster widely predicted by media pundits, has instead been an almost unalloyed triumph. Forecasts both fearful (terrorists would attack London) and frivolous (bikinied beach volleyball players would cover up in the British rain) turned out to be as wrong as those Olympic naysayers who predicted Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt could never defend his 100- and 200-meter gold medals. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said London's pre-Olympic preparations, or lack thereof, were "disconcerting." The New

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- Scott Roxborough


Lionsgate: 'Anger Management' Poised for 90-Episode Order From FX

 

Toronto -- The Charlie Sheen-fronted sitcom Anger Management is poised for a larger order from FX, Lionsgate said Friday. Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer told analysts during a conference call that he anticipated the trigger for a 90-episode order to come from the cable network soon. “You can assume a significantly larger amount of episodes to air over a period of time,” he said. Kevin Beggs, president of the Lionsgate Television Group, said the plan was to provide about 40 episodes a year to FX, with the U.S. channel to air them as it chooses. “Our writers are

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- Etan Vlessing


Julie Delpy's Culture Clashes: On the French, Interracial Dating and Aging

 

It was never Julie Delpy's plan to make a sequel to her 2007 indie hit 2 Days in Paris. Sitting in a suite at the Crosby Street Hotel in SoHo, she laughs, "I didn't even know I was going to finish it financially, much less a sequel." But five years later, here she is, now a well-established writer and director, about to release the transatlantic followup, 2 Days in New York. Delpy stars again as Marion, a semi-frazzled French ex-pat with a crazy, meddlesome, but somehow lovable family. While in the previous film, Marion and her

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- Jordan Zakarin


A Closer Look at the Beastie Boys' Lawsuit Against Monster Energy (Analysis)

 

On Wednesday, Beastie Boys filed a lawsuit against Monster Energy Drink, alleging that the beverage company used their songs in a promotional campaign without permission. Within a day came the blaring headlines. One example? "The Ghost of Beastie Boys’ McA Protects Legacy From Corporate Sabotage." But hold up -- check your head, what's really going on here? Many reporters framed the dispute this way: Monster Energy created a promotional video exploiting the Beastie Boys' good name and songs including "Pass the Mic," "So Whatcha Want" and "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun." That's one way to put

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- Eriq Gardner


Zynga Hands Out Stock Options to Retain Staff Amid Languishing Share Price (Report)

 

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus has issued stock options to all full-time employees of the social gaming firm to retain talent amid a declining stock price, Bloomberg News reported. The unprecedented move by Zynga, best known for such Facebook games as CityVille and Mafia Wars, comes at a time that sees its stock trading about 70 percent below its Ipo price in December. The news also comes about two weeks after Zynga reported quarterly financials that disappointed Wall Street and sent its stock price into its latest tailspin. Story: Analysts Cut Zynga Stock Ratings That also led COO John

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- George Szalai


Seventeen Fresh Faces in San Sebastian New Directors Section

 

Madrid – Seventeen fresh filmmakers will showcase their feature films in the New Directors section at the 60th San Sebastian International Film Festival and vie for the coveted €90,000 ($110,400) prize. The section, which this year spins off from Zabaltegi into its own section designed to foment distribution in Europe by creating greater international visibility, will screen first and second features from directors from Denmark, Holland, France, Lebanon, Germany, UK, Romania, Peru, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil, China, Iran, Israel and Spain. Paraguayan Fernando Guzzoni’s much-anticipated follow-up to his 2008 La Colonia, called Dog Flesh will premiere worldwide

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- Pamela Rolfe


Universal Music Group Faces Calls for More Asset Sales to Seal Emi Deal

 

London - Executives from Universal Music Group owner Vivendi on Thursday met again with European regulators in Brussels to discuss the company's proposed concessions to get approval for its planned acquisition of Emi's recorded music business. And according to one report, the regulators told the music major that while most groups seem satisfied with its proposed concessions and behavioral promises, some are pushing for more asset sales that could force it to give up more of the financial benefits of the deal. Independent record label group Impala has been among those groups that have opposed the Emi deal, arguing the

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- Georg Szalai


Olympics 2012: Jessie J, Annie Lennox and Tinie Tempah Rumored as Closing Ceremony Lineup Additions

 

London – Popstar and The Voice U.K. judge Jessie J, pop emperess Annie Lennox and British rap artist Tinie Tempah are among the latest acts rumored to sing for their tickets at the closing night ceremony of the London 2012 Games. The trio would take a turn during Sunday's closing ceremony under the watchful eye ofthe shindig's music director David Arnold. The media and social networks have been abuzz with speculation and fresh names are popping up to join the ultimate British playlist. British tabloid The Sun, owned by News International, dispatched a snapper to take pictures of artists

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- Stuart Kemp


English Soccer Club Manchester United Prices Ipo at $14 per Share

 

London - English Premier League soccer powerhouse Manchester United late Thursday priced its Ipo at $14 per share, below the $16-$20 target range. The lower pricing suggested that investors weren't willing to pay up for a piece of the big soccer team that has in recent years often dominated the English league. But it did ensure that the club would finally go public again - in the U.S. - after a failed plan for an Asian Ipo last year. The Ipo price values the club, known as the Red Devils, at about $2.3 billion, confirming its status as the most

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- Georg Szalai


Olympics 2012: BBC Boss Tells News Staff Not to Focus Too Much on British Success

 

London - Outgoing BBC director general Mark Thompson has told staff of the U.K. public broadcaster to make sure not to emphasize British successes too heavily in news coverage of the London 2012 Summer Olympics. A spokesman confirmed a Telegraph report that Thompson told staff on Thursday to also continue to highlight “other great sporting achievements” from other countries in news programs. The guidance comes after some observers abroad have raised questions about the BBC's at times patriotic Summer Games coverage given its traditional reputation for impartiality. Story: Olympics 2012, U.S., International Sports Media Coverage Differ in Approach to

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- Georg Szalai


Olympics 2012: Matt Lauer, Ann Curry Reunite; Critics Describe Segment as 'Uneasy,' 'Cool' (Video)

 

Matt Lauer and Ann Curry on Thursday morning had their first on-air reunion since Curry's emotional exit as co-host of NBC's Today in June. Curry joined her former co-host on the show, which is broadcasting from the Olympic Games in London, to present her profile of Olympics photographer Adam Pretty. Photos: THR's 35 Most Powerful People in Media "Ann, nice to see you," Lauer said in his introduction of Curry, to which she responded "Matt, good morning, good morning everybody" before launching right into the piece. At the end of the nearly four-minute clip, Lauer

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- THR staff


Remembering Whitney Houston: Jordin Sparks Shares the Real Story Behind 'I Have Nothing' (Video)

 

Just one week after what would have been Whitney Houston's 49th birthday, the late pop icon will make her final big-screen appearance in Sparkle, the film that was expected to usher in a career comeback for the singer before her untimely death in February. The premiere marks a bittersweet moment for American Idol alum Jordin Sparks, who will make her big-screen debut with the film. Sparks told The Hollywood Reporter earlier this year that the process has been "bittersweet." Photos: Whitney Houston 1963-2012: The Iconic Singer's Life and Career in Pictures "I got to have that

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


Rihanna Reigns Supreme on Forbes List of Social Networking Superstars

 

Who is the most social of them all? Forbes has released its list of social networking superstars—10 kings and queens of the status update and the enticing tweet. The magazine used a simple formula, adding a star's Twitter followers with his or her Facebook fans. Photos: Hollywood's Twitter Feuds According to the list, Rihanna reigns supreme, wither her 23.8 million Twitter followers and 59.6 million Facebook fans helping her edge out Lady Gaga, who came it at No. 2 with 28 million Twitter followers and 53 million Facebook fans. The two pop stars are known for salacious tweets and

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- Aaron Couch


In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'The Bourne Legacy,' 'The Campaign,' 'Hope Springs' and More

 

One of the most anticipated movies of the summer, The Bourne Legacy, hits theaters Friday. The fourth installment of the franchise stars Jeremy Renner, who replaces Matt Damon in the action-adventure film directed by Tony Gilroy. Actress Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton co-star. Photos: 'The Campaign' Premiere: Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis Celebrate Their Political Comedy Meanwhile, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis star in the comedy The Campaign, which was directed by Jay Roach. Read what The Hollywood Reporter's film critics have to say about the films opening this weekend, and find out how they are expected to

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- Paula Zulian


Olympics 2012: Ryan Lochte Conned by Patrick Stewart in Funny or Die Short (Video)

 

Ryan Lochte may dominate in the pool, but he’s easy pickings on the streets of London, as a disguised Patrick Stewart and a pintsized Game of Thrones star demonstrate in a new Funny or Die video. Stewart, dressed like a common ticket scalper/Dickens character, and assistant Maisie Williams con unsuspecting Americans out of their hard-earned cash and prime Olympic real estate. Photos: The Most Memorable Moments From the 2012 Olympic Games When the duo comes across Lochte—on the way to his final event of the Games—they trick him out of the most exclusive Olympics ticket of all. Meanwhile, Simon

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- Aaron Couch


Heather Graham Back for 'Hangover Part III'

 

Heather Graham is returning to the Hangover franchise. The actress is reprising her character, the lovable stripper named Jade, in The Hangover Part III, being made by Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures. Photos: 'The Hangover' Stars: Before They Were Famous The movie, which shoots this fall, reunites the three stars – Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms - plus brings back Ken Jeong, the scene stealer who appeared in the first two installments. Graham did not appear in the second, Bangkok-set movie. The actress most recently wrapped About Cherry, a porn and drug-laced drama that also stars James

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- Borys Kit


Ex-Husband of Amy Winehouse on Life Support After Drug Binge

 

The ex-husband of late torch singer Amy Winehouse has been placed into an induced coma after being discovered by his partner, Sarah Aspin, choking in his bed, The Sun reports. Blake Fielder-Civil, 30, was rushed to a hospital in West Yorkshire, England, after a night of heavy partying, just a little over a year after the death of his famous ex-wife. Paramedics on the scene found Fielder-Civil, who has a history of heroin abuse, had "swallowed his tongue and choked on his vomit," and suffered multiple organ failure. Fielder-Civil and Winehouse met in

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- THR Staff


Siggraph 2012: PC Makers Target Media And Entertainment Market

 

PC makers Dell, Hp and Lenovo converged on annual CG conference Siggraph this week with an aim of grabbing a bigger stake in the media and entertainment space. “The PC system vendors are absolutely getting more aggressive in the media and entertainment space,” observed Greg Estes, media and entertainment industry executive at Nvidia. “They perceive there is an opening with some of the latest decisions Apple has made.” Photos: Siggraph Presents Annual Electronic Theater Hp, for instance, recently teamed up with Adobe and camera maker Red to introduce its new Z820 Red Edition desktop workstation, a customized version

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- Carolyn Giardina


Why Hollywood Owes a Debt of Gratitude to Gore Vidal (Appreciation)

 

From his earliest novels to his midcentury screenplays to his recent essays, the late Gore Vidal crusaded fiercely against religious censorship of popular culture. Hollywood owes him a debt, even if at the time of his most energetic battling, against the Production Code that held sway over American movie content from 1934 to 1968, his moral stance made some colleagues uncomfortable. His refusal to bowdlerize material — Tennessee Williams’ play Suddenly, Last Summer, for example — underscored the cravenness of other directors and screenwriters who willingly destroyed adapted material. Photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2012 I met Vidal in March

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- M.G. Lord


Yancy Butler Joins 'Kick-Ass 2' (Exclusive)

 

Yancy Butler is coming back to the world of Kick-Ass. The actress is set to reprise her role as the mother to Christopher Mintz-Plasse’s character in Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Walls. Story: Donald Faison Joining 'Kick-Ass 2' Matthew Vaughn’s Marv Films is financing the picture, which Universal will distribute domestically. Jeff Wadlow is directing. The movie is casting up ahead of its start in September in Toronto. It will also shoot in New York. Story: Universal in Talks for 'Kick-Ass 2' Aaron Johnson and Chloe Moretz are reprising their roles of Kick-Ass and

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- Borys Kit


James Holmes is Mentally Ill, Say Lawyers

9 August 2012 5:09 PM, PDT

James Holmes’ lawyers claimed on Thursday that their client, the Aurora, Colo. shooting suspect, is mentally ill. The lawyers made the statement at a hearing in which several news outlets asked the judge to unseal documents relating to the July 20 movie theater massacre that left 12 dead and 58 injured. Nearly all documents are currently sealed and unavailable to the public, with only a few exceptions made by Judge William Sylvester. He has not yet ruled on the motion to unseal the documents. Holmes has been charged with 24 counts of first-degree murder and 116 counts of attempted

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


 

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