May 27, 2016

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‘Minions’ No. 1 With $116.4 in Global Box Office

“It’s fitting that Universal’s ‘Minions’ tops the global box office chart this weekend since the studio is celebrating yet another record with the fastest spring to $5 billion in worldwide revenue in industry history. For Disney it is another great weekend as well with their debut of Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’ to[...]

“Irrational Man” and back: Ranking the films of Woody Allen

I know I’m one of the few, but in my humble opinion Woody Allen has yet to make an overtly bad film. His best are all time classics, but even his worst are still very much watchable movies that have pleasures to be found within them. On the occasion of[...]

Carlos de Abreu Receives “Diploma de Merito” from the President of Portugal

Producer Carlos de Abreu, a “New York Times” bestselling author, publisher of Hollywoodnews.com, founder of Hollywood Network®, Hollywood Film Festival® and Hollywood Film Awards® received the “Diploma de Merito” for “Entrepreneurship” from the President of Portugal H.E. Anibal Cavaco Silva. He served in the Portuguese Air force, studied economics at the[...]

“Trainwreck” is Judd Apatow’s best to date and Amy Schumer deserves awards attention

I’ve pretty much always had a good feeling about Trainwreck, ever since it was announced that it would be Judd Apatow’s next film. I love Apatow’s writing, but if he was going to direct someone else’s script, Amy Schumer was the perfect choice. She would be making her leading lady[...]

MADONNA Releases “Bitch I’m Madonna”

Madonna released a remix version of “Bitch I’m Madonna” today on VEVO. The video, directed by longtime Madonna collaborator Jonas Åkerlund (Ghosttown, Music, Ray of Light), is cut to the Sander Kleinenberg’s remix of the epic track and features both additional footage and remixed footage of the original video. Beyoncé,[...]

Ridley Scott: Looking at potential Best Director contenders

Ahoy! As you folks all know from last year as well as my article last week, it’s one thing to read early Academy Award predictions at this point in the year in order to see what folks like myself think will happen six or so months from now, but it’s[...]

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced its newly elected 2015–16 Board of Governors

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced its newly elected 2015–16 Board of Governors. A runoff election is required for the Writers Branch. “I’m excited to welcome our four new governors to the Board and congratulate those who have been reelected,” said Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs.[...]

Robin Williams gives us one last cinematic gift with “Boulevard”

Throughout his all too brief career, Robin Williams was rightly praised as a comedic genius. He was also feted quite a bit for his dramatic work, but never quite as much as I felt that he deserved. We all know of his tragic passing, but this week he has one[...]

Ava DuVernay looks to carve out her own path by turning down Marvel’s “Black Panther”

Last week, news broke that the courtship that Marvel had been engaging in with filmmaker Ava DuVernay had resulted in her turning down a chance to direct one of their upcoming superhero movies, namely Black Panther. For some, it was a bummer of an announcement, as she was clearly the[...]

Jerry Weintraub – Goodbye Good Friend

“If there’s one piece of advice I can give to young people… it’s this: persist, push, hang on, keep going, never give up. When the man say no, pretend you can’t hear him. Look confused, stammer, say, “Huh?” Persistence-it’s a cliché, but it happens to work. The person who makes it[...]
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