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Cine News: 22 August 2012

Ημερομηνία καταχώρησης: Τετάρτη, 22 Αύγ. 2012 @ 22:54:00 MST - Συντάκτης : Jim Papamichos

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James FrancoA 'Cruising' Homage, and 5 Other Gay-Themed James Franco Projects

 

Staging graphic scenes inspired by the notorious 1980 Al Pacino film is just the latest effort from a star preoccupied with same-sex themes.

The unlikeliest of A-list Hollywood idols, James Franco has spent the majority of his mainstream career living a double life as an art-world provocateur, probing the recesses of his own fame through a series of increasingly out-there performance art pieces. And more often than not, these pieces veer toward gay themes.


The latest example, detailed in a new piece from Indiewire, sees the star of the upcoming Oz: The Great and Powerful working with Travis Mathews, an erotic art-film director. Franco approached Mathews to oversee a project that would attempt to re-create 40 minutes of lost footage from Cruising -- a 1980 William Friedkin film starring Al Pacino as an NYPD officer who goes deep undercover into the gay leather scene to catch a serial killer. (Friedkin tweeted today that Franco had called him "about this 2 days ago," adding, "I have no idea what he has in mind, but he has no remake rights," which is true. The "lost footage" angle is an attempt at exploiting a legal loophole.)

The notorious movie, which featured real S&M participants as extras and explicit depictions of public gay sex, is considered shockingly graphic even by today's standards. The result of this latest collaboration -- James Franco's Cruising -- was filmed over a period of two days. The first cut features "real gay sex in it," Travis says, just as Franco, who plays himself in the film, had instructed.

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- Seth Abramovitch


2 Chainz Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart

 

Rapper 2 Chainz sees his debut studio album, Based on a T.R.U. Story, bow at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, selling 147,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That's a slightly more robust figure than had initially been projected last week. By last Friday, some industry sources were thinking the set would sell between 130,000 to 140,000. 2 Chainz is the third act this year to start at No. 1 with a debut studio effort, following One Direction's Up All Night (on the March 31 chart) and Jack White's solo bow Blunderbuss (May 12). The last hip-hop

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- Keith Caulfield, Billboard


'Thor 2' Casts 'G.I. Joe' Actor as Another Villain

 

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje has joined the cast of Thor: The Dark World, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Alan Taylor is directing the picture, which brings back most of the first movie’s cast including Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor. Kat Dennings signed on to reprise her character, Darcy Lewis, on Tuesday. In a supporting role, Akinnuoye-Agbaje will join the ranks of the bad guys led by Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who), who is playing Malekith, ruler of the Dark Elves of Svartalfheim. He will play Algrim the Strong, one of the strongest of the Dark Elves and who is coerced to

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- Borys Kit


David Bergstein Wins Punitive Damages in Lawyer Trial as Verdict Reaches $50 Million

 

A Los Angeles jury Wednesday awarded embattled film financier David Bergstein punitive damages of $500,000 in his legal fight with an ex-lawyer, bringing the overall total award to $50 million. Bergstein, the controversial figure whose stewardship of film companies ThinkFilm and Capitol Films has been the subject of much litigation, has been in trial against Susan Tregub, a former Bergstein in-house attorney who is accused of breaching fiduciary duties and committing malpractice by, among other things, using confidential information against him. Story: Miramax at Center of David Bergstein's Bitter Trial Against Former Lawyer Tregub departed Bergstein's Capitol

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- Matthew Belloni , Eriq Gardner


Toronto Issues Warning Over Dave Chappelle's On-Stage Smoking

 

Dave Chappelle is lighting up the Toronto stage, in more ways than one. The reclusive comedian has just wrapped a three-show gig at Toronto's Winter Garden Theater -- part of a characteristically hard-to-nail-down "pop up" tour -- during which he smoked numerous cigarettes throughout the 75-minute set. And that act has earned a warning from the city. Chappelle paid an unscheduled visit to Toronto Mayor Rob Ford on Wednesday, a "brief" meeting captured and broadcast to Twitter users by an aide. But later in the day, the Winter Garden received a call from Toronto Public Health, the Toronto

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- Seth Abramovitch


Dan Harmon Describes Scrapped 'Community' Plans and Chevy Chase Rivalry

 

The world will never know what a Dan Harmon-envisioned season four of Community would look like, but thanks to an online Q&A session, fans can at least get a rough idea of what could have been. Harmon, who was replaced as head of the show by studio Sony Pictures Television this spring, answered fans' questions during a reddit Ama, notably shining some light on the difficulty he had with Chevy Chase -- problems that ultimately helped lead to his dismissal from the show. "[Chase] refused to do the 'tag' for the Digital Estate Planning episode (the 8-bit video game

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- Jordan Zakarin


'New Girl' Scribe Kay Cannon Sells Comedy to Fox

 

Fox is doubling down on comedy breakout Kay Cannon. The New Girl writer has nabbed a put-pilot commitment for her half-hour effort. The workplace comedy, in the vein of Mary Tyler Moore, is set in the offices of an NFL Sunday-type show with a strong female lead at the center. Photos: Emmys 2012: Up Close and Adorkable: Behind the Scenes of Fox's 'New Girl' Cannon, a Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade alumna, will write and executive produce the project, which hails from Chernin Entertainment in association with 20th Century Fox TV. She'll be joined by executive producers Peter

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- Lacey Rose


'Hit & Run's' Tom Arnold Reveals How Dax Shepard Helped Him Get His 'Man Card' Back (Video)

 

Tom Arnold lends a helping hand in a newly released Funny or Die video, in which he serves as Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell’s sex coach, but on the set of their new movie Hit & Run, it was actually Shepard who helped his pal get back on his feet. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Arnold recalls his first day on set after undergoing hernia surgery. With a healing incision and a chest full of staples, Arnold was encouraged – make that required – to perform his own stunts. Film Review: 'Hit & Run' “Dax was like, ‘you’re

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


Lionsgate Developing Lacrosse Book 'Take a Shot' for Drama Series

 

Lionsgate is eying a sports drama for its television stable. The company has optioned Lacrosse book Take a Shot! The Remarkable Story of Perseverance, Friendship and A Really Crazy Adventure, published by Hay House just last week. Billed as "Moneyball meets The Hangover," the book was written by All-American lacrosse player Dave Morrow and motivational speaker and Body by Jake founder Jake Steinfeld. The semi-autobiographical book chronicles three men -- a Hollywood fitness icon, a shy Ivy Leaguer, and a televangelist's son -- who start a professional sports league. “We love to be in business with other entrepreneurs, and

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- Michael O'Connell


Box Office Report: Anti-Obama Doc Top Advance Seller on Fandango

 

Conservative documentary 2016: Obama's America is selling more advance tickets than any other film, according to online ticketing service Fandango. The anti-Barack Obama documentary, based on conservative author Dinesh D’Souza’s book The Roots of Obama’s Rage, expands nationwide on Friday after doing notable business in select markets. Co-directed by D'Souza and John Sullivan, the documentary will be playing in 1,075 theaters in an aggressive expansion that comes on the eve of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., which gets underway Aug. 27. Photos: The 20 Biggest Political Players in Hollywood On Wednesday, Obama's America was easily

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- Pamela McClintock, Paul Bond


Aurora Asks Locals to Weigh in on Fate of 'Dark Knight' Theater

 

It has been a little over one month since the nightmarish shooting at a midnight screening of The Dark Knight in Aurora, Colo., and the Cinemark theater that served as the crime scene still remains shuttered. Now, via its Facebook page, the City of Aurora is canvassing residents about what they feel should happen to the Century 16 multiplex, located at the Town Center at Aurora shopping mall. "Now is your chance to share your opinion on what should happen," the posting reads. "Please take a few minutes to provide your thoughts at the following link." THR Cover:

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- Seth Abramovitch


Katherine Jackson, Tj Jackson's Co-Guardianship of Michael Jackson’s Children Finalized by Judge

 

A judge on Wednesday officially finalized the co-guardianship agreement of Michael Jackson’s children, with their grandmother Katherine Jackson, 82, and cousin Tj Jackson, 34, sharing responsibilities, CBS reports. Photos: Dollars After Death: 12 Albums That Got Big Posthumous Sales Boosts The decision finalizes an agreement put in place earlier this month after Katherine Jackson was removed and then reinstated as the children’s permanent guardian, following a dramatic series of events that found Katherine Jackson at a spa in Arizona where her grandchildren were allegedly unable to reach her. During the family squabble and media frenzy that surrounded her absence,

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- Sophie A. Schillaci


Silver-Haired Christmas Day Showdown: Streisand vs. Crystal, Midler

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. It's been a decade since Billy Crystal, 64, appeared in a lead role in a major studio film -- Analyze That in 2002. Bette Midler, 66, has made only indies of late (The Women, Then She Found Me). On Christmas Day, both are back in a major way in 20th Century Fox's all-audience comedy Parental Guidance as grandparents who are at odds with their daughter, played by Marisa Tomei, over their different parenting styles when left to baby-sit. Keenly aware of the growing

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- Pamela McClintock


Sam Claflin: 5 Things to Know About the 'Catching Fire' Star

 

After months of speculation, a name was finally announced for the role of Finnick Odair, the charming tribute from District 4 in Catching Fire. Sam Claflin, who starred in Snow White and the Huntsman as Prince William, will take on the highly coveted role in the second film in the Hunger Games series. Photos: 10 Pre-'Hunger Games' Top Grossing International Film Franchises Dozens of names were thrown around during months of speculation about who would take on the pivotal role. Robert Pattinson, Armie Hammer, Hunter Parish, Taylor Kitsch and Garrett Hedlund were among the many names dropped for the

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- Rebecca Ford


'Animal House's' D-Day Lists Ojai Residence for $1.675 Million (Exclusive)

 

Veteran character Bruce McGill, perhaps best known for his turn as the motorcycle rider Daniel Simpson "D-Day" Day in the 1978 comedy classic National Lampoon's Animal House, has listed his Ojai residence for sale at $1.675 million. McGill and his wife, Gloria Lee-McGill, have owned the five-bedroom residence on Alto Court for about a decade. The 4,013-square-foot house was listed for sale Aug. 6. The gated Spanish Colonial Revival residence, built in 1987, is situated on a little more than two acres; the property includes a tennis court, sand volleyball court and putting green --

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- Daniel Miller


Taylor Swift Scores First-Ever No. 1 Hot 100 Single With 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'

 

One of the only elusive honors in Taylor Swift's enviable career is a reality at last, as the country-pop superstar scores her first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, as "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" blasts from No. 72 to the summit in its second week. Swift had claimed accolades including Billboard's Woman of the Year (2011) and No. 1s on the Billboard 200, Hot Digital Songs, Hot 100 Airplay, Mainstream Top 40, Hot Country Songs and Top Country Albums charts, among others. She's sold 17.8 million albums in the U.S. and 50

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- Gary Trust, Billboard


Entertainment Workers Giving Six Times as Much to Democrats as Republicans

 

Rumor has it that people who create television and movies lean a tad left, politically speaking. Turns out, it’s overwhelmingly true – at least in the current election cycle, according to the latest data from the Center for Responsive Politics. Between Jan. 1, 2011, and July 20, 2012, employees at the seven major media conglomerates -- Comcast, Disney, News Corp., Time Warner, CBS, Viacom and Sony – donated $4.1 million to Democrats and only $711,000 to Republicans. That means Hollywood employees are backing Dems with about six times as much cash as the Gop. Photos: Young Hollywood's Secret Breakfast

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- Paul Bond


Michelle Obama to Make Third Appearance on 'Late Show'

 

The First Lady is paying David Letterman another visit. Michelle Obama has been booked for an appearance on CBS' Late Show With David Letterman scheduled to air on Wednesday, Aug. 29. The telecast coincides with the third night of the Gop convention in Tampa, Fl. Video: President Obama, First Lady Smooch on Arena Kiss Cam This will be Obama's third visit to the show, her last being on June 5 of this year, when she played up her green thumb image by presenting the "Top Ten Fun Facts about Gardening." (Examples included "Gardening was invented in 1822 by

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- Seth Abramovitch


Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger Open Up About Engagement, Show Off 14-Carat Sparkler

 

For many fans left in disbelief by news that Avril Lavigne accepted a marriage proposal from Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, photographic evidence has arrived. The punk rocker showed off her giant, 14-carat sparkler in a newly released engagement photo, via People, while her hubby-to-be embraces her from behind. Click here to see the photo. Story: Avril Lavigne's Engagement to Nickelback's Chad Kroeger Draws Mockery on Twitter The couple has not named the designer of Lavigne’s stunning rock, but it appears to be a large (read: it spans from knuckle-to-knuckle) teardrop diamond, surrounded by two smaller

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- THR Staff


Alan Cumming Offers Julianna Margulies' Tax Returns to Emmy Voters (Video)

 

Attention Emmy voters: You have until Friday to cast your ballots for the 2012 TV kudos. And while The Hollywood Reporter's original short-form political commercials for the race have thus far seen actors stumping for newbies, our latest ad has some big promises from an incumbent. Photos: THR's Emmy Roundtable: Drama Actresses Portraits 2011 outstanding lead actress in a drama series Julianna Margulies has received an especially patriotic endorsement from her Good Wife co-star Alan Cumming. In addition to offering up her tax returns, Cumming insists the Emmy favorite won't outsource her talents. "She will dub all her

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- THR Staff


Magnet Picks Up Worldwide Rights to Don Coscarelli's 'John Dies at the End'

 

Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, has picked up worldwide rights to John Dies at the End, the sci-fi/horror movie from horror icon Don Coscarelli. The movie premiered as a work in progress at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, played at SXSW and, as a finished version, will close out the Midnight Madness sidebar at Tiff in September. Magnet plans on releasing it on VOD platforms in late December followed by a theatrical release in early 2013. The movie stars Paul Giamatti as an investigator trailing a street drug that promises an out-of-body experience. across

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- Borys Kit


Prince Harry's Nude Vegas Romp Sparks U.K. Media Debate

 

London – Pictures of a naked Prince Harry bandied around U.S. internet sites during a private holiday in Las Vegas has sparked British media debate on the issue of security costs for the Royals. The Prince, seen in grainy pictures frolicking during what has been described as a "game of strip billiards" on TMZ, is one of the best-protected members of the British establishment as he is third in line to the throne. Photos: Royals Tour California According to various reports, the costs of protecting the young prince and other members of the Royal family run to in

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- Stuart Kemp


Ron Howard Tweets Pictures From The 'Arrested Development' Set (Photo)

 

Bit by bit, the Bluths are being revealed once again. Ron Howard, who has become a prolific cellphone photographer, tweeted very late Tuesday a series of shots from the set of Arrested Development, which has begun shooting its comeback episodes. Howard serves as an Ep and the series' narrator, but as he revealed previously on Twitter, he'll also get some on-screen time with Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Michael Cera and the gang. Bateman tweeted a couple of excitement-inducing photos a few weeks back of Cera standing in their TV house; the age difference between the last time we

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- Jordan Zakarin


'50/50' Writer-Producer Will Reiser Sells Comedy to NBC

 

Will and Robin Reiser are taking their brand of comedy to NBC. The brother and sister team has nabbed a put-pilot commitment for their half-hour project entitled The High Life. The comedic effort will focus on the trials and tribulations of a misguided young woman who is newly sober and trying to navigate motherhood, work and marriage -- all of which make her want to drink. Joining the Reisers, who co-created the 20th Century Fox TV project and will co-write and executive produce, are New Girl’s J.J. Philbin and Jake Kasdan as well as Thruline Entertainment partner

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- Lacey Rose


'The Simpsons' Lands Justin Bieber

 

Justin Bieber is heading for Springfield. The pop superstar will play himself in an upcoming episode of Fox's animated hit The Simpsons, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The episode is slated to air next year as part of the show's 24th season, according to EW who first reported the news. The Biebs is poised to attempt to land a spot in a talent show in which Bart is playing piano, only the show's producers aren't too keen to put him in the lineup in "The Fabulous Faker Boy" episode. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2012-13 Bieber first broke the

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- Lesley Goldberg


'Catching Fire' Casts Sam Claflin as Finnick

 

Sam Claflin has been cast as Finnick Odair in the Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire. The Snow White and the Huntsman actor is the latest to join the follow-up, to be directed by Francis Lawrence. Described as "charismatic" and "clever," Finnick -- from District 4 -- won the Hunger Games when he was 14. Claflin had been widely speculated to join the sequel, which is set to hit theaters Nov. 22, 2013. He joins new castmembers Jena Malone as Johanna Mason and Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee.

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- Philiana Ng


Oprah Winfrey: I Was Called The N-Word After Ellen Came Out

 

When Oprah Winfrey agreed to guest star on Ellen DeGeneres’ eponymous ABC sitcom back in 1997, she had no idea the kind of backlash it would generate. The episode, in which Winfrey played a therapist, featured DeGeneres’ Ellen Morgan revealing her sexual orientation for the first time, a long-rumored plot twist that made for game-changing TV. DeGeneres did so off-screen as well, coming out publicly in a Time Magazine cover story titled, “Yep, I’m Gay,” and a sit-down interview on Winfrey’s since-ended talk show. Photos: A Day in the Life of Ellen DeGeneres “I

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- Lacey Rose


The Booming Business of Ellen DeGeneres: From Broke and Banished to Daytime's Top Earner

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. "Let's Have a Little Fun Today" pipes through Ellen DeGeneres' 300-seat theater on the Warner Bros. lot, which on this mid-May afternoon feels more dance party than soundstage. The host pops a breath mint into her mouth and comes bounding out to near-deafening cheers. A sea of middle-aged women is on its feet, arms thrust in the air. The shrieks grow louder as she makes her way toward the audience, waving, nodding and smiling as big as her fans are.

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- Lacey Rose


TV Ratings: Softer 'America's Got Talent' Still Wins, NBC Repeats Fall Comedy Previews

 

NBC locked up a Tuesday win with a new outing of America's Got Talent. The two-hour broadcast earned a 2.5 rating among adults 18-49, down 11 percent from the previous Tuesday, beating all other network offerings for the night. Encores of Go On (1.4 adults rating) and Animal Practice (1.0) aired just two weeks after their Olympic previews, giving NBC a win in the 10 p.m. hour. The network averaged a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49 for the night and 7.9 million viewers. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows for 2012-13

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- Michael O'Connell


Mila Kunis, Casey Affleck and James Franco Set To Join 'Third Person' Cast

 

London – Mila Kunis, Casey Affleck and James Franco are in negotiations to join the cast for Paul Haggis' Third Person, alongside Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde. The production is being funded, produced and hawked by Belgian based company Corsan and is scheduled to begin shooting on location in Rome in October this year. Haggis is currently in the Italian capital in pre-production and is finalizing cast. The script follows three inter-connected love stories of three couples in three cities, Rome, Paris and New York. The Italian-set segment revolves around a young couple on a road trip,

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- Stuart Kemp


Fareed Zakaria and Why Some TV Plagiarists Get Punished More Than Others

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The warp speed and expanding reach of the 21st century media machine has minted a new breed of reporter-cum-brand: entrepreneurial journalists or academics whose work appears in print, online and on TV -- sometimes all at the same time. But with ubiquity comes pressure, and the recent plagiarism scandal involving CNN and Time magazine star Fareed Zakaria underscores a trend toward cutting corners, say media observers. Photos: THR's 35 Most Powerful People in Media "Modern technology, which can improve productivity, can also improve

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- Marisa Guthrie


Emmys 2012: Elisabeth Moss Wasn't Told About Peggy's 'Mad Men' Walkout

 

Elisabeth Moss was Emmy winner Julianna Margulies' (The Good Wife) toughest competition in the 2011 drama actress race. And this year's contest is even more intense, with Moss, Margulies and Homeland's newcomer, Claire Danes, emerging as early front-runners. But a Moss win would carry a more dramatic consequence as four-time drama series winner Mad Men never has netted an acting award. This could be the year Moss breaks the Mad acting curse: Having cannily chosen the spectacular episode "The Suitcase" for her 2011 submission, Moss chose for 2012 consideration another heartstring-fiddling installment, "The Other Woman," in

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- Tim Appelo


Publicists Battle to Rep Robert Pattinson

 

It was an innocent joke: "My biggest problem in life is, I'm cheap and I didn't hire a publicist," Robert Pattinson told Jon Stewart Aug. 13 on The Daily Show while promoting Cosmopolis amid the Kristen Stewart cheating hoopla. Sources tell THR the comment set off a mini-frenzy among top Hollywood publicity shops, many of which were salivating at the prospect that Pattinson -- who for years has gone without a personal PR rep -- might finally take one on.

The Twilight star's manager, Nick Frenkel, is said to have been inundated with phone calls and e-mails from firms including 42West, Sunshine Sachs and others »

- Matthew Belloni


NBC Reality Chief on Jay Leno Layoffs, Sharon Osbourne's Media War and 'American Idol's' Woes (Q&A)

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Step into Paul Telegdy's corner office on the NBC lot in Burbank, and you're quickly reminded of the reality chief's British heritage. There are rain boots, a framed James Bond poster (Roger Moore's iteration) and a collection of books about U.S. TV. "People frequently give me books about American television history because they suspect -- rightly -- that this is a massive gap in my knowledge," quips Telegdy, one of a few holdovers from the Ben Silverman era at NBC. These days, the engaged

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- Lacey Rose


Barry Diller Sues Over BarryDriller.com (Exclusive)

 

The major broadcast networks aren't the only ones suing Alki David over BarryDriller.com, a new digital distributor of TV stations. Read the Complaint Here Now, media mogul Barry Diller himself has filed a lawsuit against the company and David for violating his publicity rights and implying a false endorsement. Diller filed the lawsuit Tuesday in California federal court, saying he is one of the most well-known business leaders in the United States and takes credit for being involved with Aereo, the startup that successfully fought a preliminary injunction that the broadcasters had sought. Story: Barry Diller on Aero:

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- Eriq Gardner


Simon Cowell's 'X Factor' U.K. Looking to Book Olympics Stars for Live Show

 

Simon Cowell's X Factor in the U.K. is reaching out to some of the stars of the London 2012 Summer Olympics to book them for a live show later this season, a source confirmed. Amid British media reports that some Olympians could appear on the show as mentors or in other roles, a spokeswoman for the music competition show declined to comment. But a source told THR that X Factor, in line with the national mood, wants to "celebrate the success of the British Olympians and the Olympics with [the hit show's] first live show." Olympians could give contestants

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- Georg Szalai


Class Action Accuses Comcast of Many Labor Violations

 

Comcast and several Universal subsidiaries are facing a new class action over alleged failures to pay overtime wages, provide meal and rest periods, and other purported labor code violations. Uriel Luna filed the action on behalf of herself and others similarly situated in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday. The plaintiff says the potential class is a "significant number," comprised of both current and former employees. The lawsuit follows other recent actions against entertainment companies from those objecting to being exempted from laws governing wages. In the latest lawsuit, Luna is short on specific factual details about how workers

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- Eriq Gardner


Emmys 2012: Nicole Kidman's American Accent Is Still a Work in Progress

 

The Hollywood Reporter: How much did you know about war correspondent Martha Gellhorn before doing this film? Nicole Kidman: I didn't know anything about her, unfortunately. I did a crash course on her. Director Philip Kaufman provided many avenues for research -- I was able to watch film of her, look at photos, read her letters. There was so much access to Martha's mind and behavior, but it required an enormous amount of reading and studying; also, learning more about Hemingway, the Spanish Civil War, what ignited the Second World War. But my main goal was to absorb Martha's brilliance. Photos:

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- Stacey Wilson


How Kristen Stewart's Apology Backfired (Analysis)

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Ok, people. Enough is enough. Let’s cut Kristen Stewart a break. She didn’t kill anybody. She’s 22. She’s not married. What was she doing? She was making out with somebody. What were you doing when you were 22? Either you were making out with somebody or you wished you were. Ok, the guy she was making out with is married with children. That’s really deplorable, no doubt about it. And of course she’s the only person in L.A. to be making out with

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- Anonymous


Old People, Old Stars: Hollywood's New Hot Demo Is Saving the Box Office

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Midday on Saturday, Aug. 18, the top-grossing theater in the U.S. for The Expendables 2 -- a who's who of 1980s action stars now in their 60s, led by 66-year-old Sylvester Stallone -- was the Cinemark Palace 20 in Boca Raton, Fla., ground zero for affluent retirees. About 245 miles away, Hope Springs, starring Meryl Streep, 63, and Tommy Lee Jones, 65, was the No. 1 film at the Rialto 8 in The Villages, a sprawling retirement community northwest of Orlando that

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- Pamela McClintock, Tatiana Siegel


David Letterman Drinks Tequila, Bill Hader Dances on 'Late Show' (Video)

 

David Letterman got a little surprise on Tuesday. The Late Show host came back from his post-monologue commercial break and found a bottle of Jose Cuervo tequila sitting on his desk. He decided to crack it open and pour some in his mug, before throwing caution to the wind and swigging straight from the bottle. A few moments, a disgusted face and a few tough swallows later, he registered his surprise with his producers. Usually, those bottles are filled with apple juice. Not this time. "What are you doing?" he asked, noting he hadn't taken a drink since 1984.

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- Jordan Zakarin


Viacom Battling The Situation Over Who Owns 'GTL,' ‘Twinning’

 

A Jersey Shore catfight is brewing far from Seaside Heights. MTV owner Viacom has taken on Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino over trademarks to the catchphrases he utters on the hit show. Viacom is opposing the trademark registration of the word "twinning" by Mps Entertainment, the company that Sorrentino owns with his brother. In new papers filed at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, Viacom suggests that whatever catchphrases Sorrentino comes up with on the show, it owns.

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- Eriq Gardner


Emmys 2012: Kristen Wiig, Kathryn Joosten Top This Year's Last Chance Contenders

 

For most characters in this year's race, there's always next year. These five worthy roles need to win now or never. Kristen Wiig Saturday Night Live (NBC) Photos: Emmys 2012: 'Mad Men,' 'Downton Abbey' and More Nominees The biz's latest SNL-spawned movie star claims she always had planned to quit the show after seven years. And she couldn't have picked a better moment for her May 19 sendoff, during which she got an emotional goodbye from her fellow castmembers. What she deserves now is a big, fat Emmy kiss on the lips. It's not only the $288 million

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- Tim Appelo


Hallmark Channel Debuts Rebranding, New Logo (Exclusive)

 

Hallmark Channel is investing big in its emotional heart. The Crown Media-owned network is refreshing its look and adding a new tagline to best reflect its evolving faces as it grows beyond the movie of the week genre for which it has become known. The network starting Oct. 1 will bow a refreshed tagline that captures the emotional resonance of its past, present and future: "The Heart of TV." Story: Hallmark Channel Launching First Scripted Series (Exclusive) To create the phrase, executive vp marketing and creative services Susanne McAvoy said Hallmark spent 18 months studying what the network

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- Lesley Goldberg


Todd Akin on 'Gma': Apologizes But Remains Defiant (Video)

 

Todd Akin kept his TV appointment this time. The Missouri Congressman, under fire since Sunday for claiming on a local news broadcast that the female body has ways of avoiding pregnancy as a result of "legitimate rape," appeared on Good Morning America on Wednesday morning, following his last-minute cancellation on CNN's Piers Morgan Monday night. Fighting for his political life, Akin has issued an apology for his comments but has also defended himself agains what he calls the "liberal elite." When Gma host George Stephanopolous asked him about his apology, he maintained his contrite-but-defiant tone.

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- Jordan Zakarin


Analysts Debate Possible ITV, BT Partnership for English Soccer Games

 

London - Analysts on Wednesday told THR that there may be some benefits for British commercial broadcaster ITV to partner with telecom giant BT on the latter's TV coverage of some English Premier League soccer games starting next season. The Telegraph reported that BT is in talks with ITV, Img Worldwide, All3Media unit North One Television and others to help it produce its live soccer coverage, including a dedicated soccer network that it announced when it won rights to some games earlier this year. The three-year contract is believed to be worth around 100 million ($158 million). BT's surprise challenge to

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- Georg Szalai


'No Better Person in the Trenches': Hollywood Remembers Tony Scott

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Tom Rothman, Fox Filmed Entertainment chairman "He was a good man. He was a really good man. I've known him for 20 years or more. And Tony and Ridley's Scott Free Productions deal has been at Fox since 2001. We've done a lot of projects. We've done a couple of big movies together with Tony as director, Man on Fire, and his most recent movie, Unstoppable. And he's produced a whole lot of movies for us, because he works with young filmmakers, and he

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- Pamela McClintock


Hollywood Remembers Phyllis Diller: 'She Was a Pioneer'

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Her Friends Remember George Schlatter, Laugh-In executive producer: "It's impossible to say the name Phyllis Diller and not smile. She was an original. She was one of the first truly liberated females who stood for women's rights. Phyllis was more than a comedienne: She was a writer, a brilliant musician and a feminist before there was a word for feminism. She never said anything mean about anyone other than her husband, Fang: All of her jokes were about herself. She not only created

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- Leslie Bruce


Todd McCarthy: How Tony Scott Finally Won Me Over

 

His death has been shocking, unlike any other of someone of prominence, putting one in mind, as much as anything else, of the climax of his brother's Thelma and Louise. Awful, especially for his family, but nonetheless stone cold sobering even for those of us who knew him only by reputation and through his work. Photos: Tony Scott's Films: From 'Top Gun' to 'Unstoppable' Tony Scott's films were never my cup of tea -- until, finally, one very much was. Ever since he burst on the scene three decades ago, Scott was known for shooting the hell out of nearly every

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- Todd McCarthy


Olympic Gymnast Gabby Douglas Gets a Hollywood Makeover

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Clearly all that Olympic hair flak went to Gabby Douglas' head. The gold medal-winning gymnast isn't waiting for Wheaties dollars to roll in before embarking on a makeover. She recently had her hair styled into long waves by Ted Gibson, then tweeted a photo of the new look, which certainly was the talk of Twitter and the beauty world after the post. This was clearly in response to some in the black community thinking she was representing her race in the Olympics with

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- Merle Ginsberg


Joan Rivers On Phyllis Diller: 'She Worked Like a Man'

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. When I was just starting out, I did a routine at the Bon Soir nightclub in New York. I was really shaky and on the bill with a girl named Barbra Streisand. And Phyllis Diller was in the crowd -- one of the first great stand-up comedians. She sat there and applauded and laughed the absolute loudest. Believe me, we weren't bringing down the house back then. Photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2012 She was wonderful and encouraging to the young comedians -- everything I'm

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- Leslie Bruce


Tony Scott's Unpublished Interview: 'My Family Is Everything to Me'

 

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. "He's a bull, and I am too. Nothing takes him down. We have enormous pain resistance." Those were the last words Tony Scott spoke to this reporter during a conversation in April for a profile of his brother Ridley -- and in the wake of his apparent suicide Aug. 19 at 68, they have taken on a haunting resonance. Photos: Tony Scott's Films: From 'Top Gun' to 'Unstoppable' While he was ostensibly talking about Ridley, Tony couldn't help but also speak about himself. The

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- Stephen Galloway


Royals Spokesman: Photos of Naked Prince Harry in Las Vegas 'Genuine'

 

The British media, including the country's infamous tabloids, on Wednesday morning caught up with news of pictures of a naked Prince Harry taken during a party weekend in Las Vegas as a Buckingham Palace spokesman told THR that the photos were "genuine." TMZ overnight published two grainy cell phone photos taken by people at a party in his Vegas suite after what the celebrity news site called a game of strip billiards. The news came too late for newspapers' Wednesday editions, which instead featured coverage of an impromptu race between Prince Harry and Ryan Lochte in a Las Vegas

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- Georg Szalai


Prosecutors to Disclose Hundreds of New Names of News Corp. Phone Hacking Victims (Report)

 

London - Prosecutors in the phone hacking scandal that has engulfed Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. for the past year are preparing to unveil names of up to 600 victims of hacking, including those of more celebrities, the Independent reported on Wednesday. A list of names, including those of film, TV and music stars, could be disclosed in the coming weeks, it said. People who don't want to be publicly involved in the case will be able to request that their names be kept secret though, according to the report. Among the famous people whose names have emerged over the past year

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- Georg Szalai


U.K. Papers Cover Prince Harry, Ryan Lochte Race in Nightclub Pool

 

London - U.K. tabloids on Wednesday put the spotlight on the meeting of a British royal and a U.S. Olympic star who has been drawing much media and fan attention since his successes at the London Summer Games. Several tabloids reported that Prince Harry met multiple medal winning swimmer Ryan Lochte, who has been looking to develop his media and entertainment career post-Olympics, in a Las Vegas nightclub during a long party weekend in Las Vegas. The prince challenged Lochte, who reportedly celebrated his 28th birthday, to a race in the pool of the club, they said. The

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- Georg Szalai


German Star Elyas M'Barek Cast as Vampire in 'Mortal Instruments'

 

Cologne, Germany - Elyas M'Barek, one of Germany's hottest young actors, has been cast as a vampire in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, the adaptation of Cassandra Clare's best-selling fantasy novel, which Harald Zwart (Karate Kid) is directing. A veteran of German TV sitcoms, M'Barek became one of Germany's biggest box office draws with his starring role in the cross-culture romantic comedy Turkish For Beginners, in which he plays a stereotypical German-Turkish macho. The film was a huge hit from producer/distributor Constantin Film, which is also producing The Mortal Instruments. The fantasy film, which stars Lily Collins

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- Scott Roxborough


Hulu Web Site Redesign Focuses on Navigation, Visuals

 

Hulu has a new look, which the online video site unveiled Tuesday night in a blog post. "Tasty new website, available in two delicious flavors, Hulu and Hulu Plus," said CEO Jason Kilar, whose future at Hulu has been unclear over the past year, in a tweet. The video venture of Walt Disney, News Corp., NBCUniversal and Providence Equity Partners, which is expected to cash out of its investment next month, focused on two things in its redesign. One was making it easier for users to find content and the second was offering an "elegant and innovative" video

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- Georg Szalai


Sky Deutschland Takes 'Twilight: Breaking Dawn,' 'Magic Mike' for German Pay TV

 

Cologne, Germany - The final entry in the Twilight saga and Channing Tatum's male stripper film Magic Mike are among the highlights of a new deal signed between News Corp.'s German pay TV operation Sky Deutschland and Herbert Kloiber's rights group Tele Munchen. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 is the biggest title in the major package deal inked Wednesday, which gives Sky exclusive German pay TV rights for the finale of the Twilight franchise. But other major titles include Walter Salles' On the Road adaptation starring Sam Riley, Garrett Hedlund and Twilight's Kristen Stewart; the Robert Redford-directed

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- Scott Roxborough


Richard Gere Named Golden Icon at Zurich Film Festival

 

Cologne, Germany - The Zurich Film Festival will give its Golden Icon lifetime achievement award this year to Golden Globe winning actor Richard Gere. Zurich will honor Gere on Sunday, September 23 at a gala ceremony at the city's Corso Cinema, where the actor will present his latest film, the Wall Street thriller Arbitrage. In the drama, directed by Nicholas Jarecki, Gere plays a hedge fund manager whose business, and life, begins to fall apart. The film also features Susan Sarandon, Brit Marling and Tim Roth. Gere further adds to the star power at this year's Zurich fest. John Travolta and

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- Scott Roxborough


Ellen DeGeneres in Talks to Return for 'Finding Nemo' Sequel (Exclusive)

21 August 2012 10:15 PM, PDT

Ellen DeGeneres is in negotiations to reprise her role in Disney/Pixar's planned Finding Nemo sequel. Assuming the deal comes together, DeGeneres would voice Dory, a blue tang fish who was suffering from short-term memory loss in the 2003 original film.

Over the years, DeGeneres has not been quiet about her desire to see a Nemo sequel come to fruition, making multiple mentions on her popular syndicated talk show. Writer/director Andrew Stanton (John Carter), who wrote the 2003 film with DeGeneres in mind and co-directed it, is

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- Lacey Rose


Universal Sets Release Date for 'Despicable Me' Spin-Off Project

21 August 2012 8:33 PM, PDT

Universal Pictures announced Tuesday that its Untitled Minions Project, a spin-off from its successful Despicable Me franchise, will be released Dec. 19, 2014. Despicable Me, from Illumination Entertainment, grossed $543 million worldwide when it was released in 2010, and a sequel Despicable Me 2 will hit theaters next summer on July 3, 2013. Although a plot line hasn't been revealed for the spin-off movie, it will focus on the little yellow creatures that have proven so popular. The 3D-cg comedy adventure will be produced by Illumination’s Chris Meledandri and Janet Healy and will be directed by Pierre

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- Gregg Kilday


'Hunger Games' Parody Trailer Goes Viral (Video)

21 August 2012 7:51 PM, PDT

The Hunger Games has sold nearly 4 million DVDs and Blu-ray discs since hitting stories last week, but not everyone thinks the film lives up to the hype. A video from Honest Trailers, which purports to advertise films as they really are, takes issue with Katniss’ (Jennifer Lawrence) ability to outwit other tributes by hanging out in trees and Peeta’s (Josh Hutcherson) ridiculously detailed cake decorating skills, and asks why the "much hotter" Gale (Liam Hemsworth) is not Katniss’ first choice. Video: 'The Hunger Games' Premiere Red Carpet Interviews Amassing more than a quarter of a million plays, the

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- Aaron Couch


'Sons of Anarchy' Season 5 Promos Feature New Threats, Old Rivalries (Video)

21 August 2012 6:47 PM, PDT

Sons of Anarchy returns for season five on Sept. 11, and four new promos promise that this season will be an explosive one. Photos: Kurt Sutter and Wife Katey Sagal on the Set of 'Sons of Anarchy' We get our first good looks at Jimmy Smits’ character Nero Padilla, a gangster who gets entangled with Gemma (Katey Sagal) and the club. We also are reminded of the many complicated relationships that will continue to unravel this season, including Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Clay (Ron Perlman), and Tara (Maggie Siff) and Gemma. Season five sees Jax taking Clay’s place at the

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- Rebecca Ford


Coroner Amends Natalie Wood's Death Certificate as Questions Linger

21 August 2012 6:32 PM, PDT

Natalie Wood's death certificate has been changed to reflect some of the uncertainties and lingering questions surrounding the actress' drowning more than 30 years ago in the Pacific Ocean off Southern California. The document was amended earlier this month and shifts Wood's death from an accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors," according to a copy of the certificate obtained Tuesday by the Associated Press. Photos: Natalie Wood: A Hollywood Icon Remembered The amended document also now states that the circumstances of how Wood ended up in the waters off Catalina Island in November 1981 are "not clearly

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- Associated Press


'Shield' Scribe Sells Atf Drama to ABC (Exclusive)

21 August 2012 6:29 PM, PDT

A year after selling a Wyatt Earp drama to Fox, The Shield scribe John Hlavin is turning his focus to a more modern story. The writer has sold Shelter, a modern crime drama about an Atf Agent whose real working-class Chicago life collides with his flashy Los Angeles cover when his wife is exposed to his criminal world, trapping them both undercover. Hlavin will pen the ABC Studios project with Cold Case consulting producer Mark Pellington on board to executive produce alongside The Goode Family's Tom Lassally for 3 Arts. Story: 'Fringe' Producers, 'Shield' Scribe Sell Western to Fox

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- Lesley Goldberg


'The Impossible' Trailer: Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor Caught in Deadly Tsunami (Video)

21 August 2012 6:10 PM, PDT

Can a family survive the impossible? Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona’s English-language debut puts that question to the test, in a film based from a true story of a family that found itself in the middle of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which was perhaps the deadliest in history. Video: Ewan McGregor Brandishes Lightsaber, Explains Family's 'Star Wars' Pedigree on U.K. TV Starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor as a couple vacationing in Thailand with their three sons, the family is separated by a giant wave that soon swallows their hotel and them with it. The wrenching trailer shows an intense

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- Aaron Couch


Avril Lavigne Engaged to Nickelback's Chad Kroeger

21 August 2012 6:07 PM, PDT

Avril Lavigne shocked fans on Tuesday by announcing a surprise engagement to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger. Photos: Top 10 Highest Paid Music Artists A rep for the punk-rocker confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that Lavigne has accepted Kroeger’s proposal after a quiet six-month courtship. Kroeger reportedly presented Lavigne with a 14-carat diamond ring Aug. 8. The news was unexpected to many, as Lavigne had been dating Brody Jenner since mid-2010 before reportedly splitting in January of this year. Prior to that, Lavigne was married to Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley for three years. Their union fizzled

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- THR Staff


Tony Scott Update: Director Had Personal Connection to San Pedro Bridge

21 August 2012 6:04 PM, PDT

This story first appeared in the Aug. 23-Sept. 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. The bridge that Tony Scott leaped from on Aug. 19 is a Los Angeles-area landmark that featured in the director's storied career -- playing a part in a past success and a potential future project. It was at a railroad yard beneath the 185-foot-high connector between San Pedro and Terminal Island that the British director-producer filmed reshoots of the 2010 Denzel Washington hit Unstoppable. And in 2009, Scott told Rotten Tomatoes he wanted to shoot a sequence of his planned Warriors

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- Daniel Miller


Box Office Report: Anti-Obama Doc Drawing Big Crowds, Even in New York City

21 August 2012 5:00 PM, PDT

An anti-Obama documentary based on conservative author Dinesh D’Souza’s book The Roots of Obama’s Rage will expand nationwide this weekend after doing notable business in select markets across the country -- including in liberally minded New York City. Overall, 2016: Obama's America grossed an impressive $1.2 million last weekend as it upped its theater count from 61 to 169 for a total gross of $2 million, the second-best showing of the year for a documentary after Bully ($3.2 million). That doesn't include nature documentaries Chimpanzee ($29 million) and To the Arctic ($7.6 million). Photos: 20 Biggest

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- Pamela McClintock


Shia Labeouf, Tom Hardy Get Violent in 'Lawless' Red Band Trailer (Video)

21 August 2012 5:00 PM, PDT

Just one week ahead of Lawless’ wide release, The Weinstein Company has released a brand new red band trailer for the bootlegger film. The John Hillcoat-directed film made its world premiere at Cannes earlier this year to generally positive reviews from critics. In The Hollywood Reporter’s review of the film, critic David Rooney writes, “While a touch overlong and not as distinctive as his last collaboration with screenwriter Nick Cave, the Australian Western The Proposition, the new film is more commercially accessible, fueled by a brooding sense of dread, visceral bursts of violence, potent atmosphere and some juicy character

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- THR Staff



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