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Venice Film Fest announces full line-up

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: The fall film calendar is filling up. First, it was Toronto that hinted at 50 titles which will play its festival in September. This morning, the Venice Film Festival unleashed a full list of films that will compete at the 67th annual event. A few titles[...]

“Machete” will have midnight world premiere at Venice Film Fest

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: We’re not ready to put Robert Rodriguez’s “Machete” into the Oscar race of 2010. But the upcoming “Grindhouse” spinoff is getting a nice launch at a proper festival known for kick-starting many an award’s campaign. “Machete,” which began life as a teaser trailer for the Rodriguez-Tarantino[...]

Whoopi Goldberg honored by Gray Line New York

HollywoodNews.com: Gray Line New York, NYC’s premier sightseeing tour bus company, honored Whoopi Goldberg with its “Ride of Fame” bus dedication campaign. Adding to her list of accolades, the Hollywood icon was honored by Gray Line New York for being an exemplary New Yorker with her very own, Gray Line[...]

Hollywood Crackpot of the Month: David Poland

And the “Hollywood Crackpot of the Month” is David Poland David Poland upgraded to “Hollywood Crackpot of the Year” On file at the Internal Revenue Service is a 2006 tax document submitted by the Broadcast Film Critics Association, a non-profit group that each year hosts the Critics Choice Awards on[...]

The Top 10… Iraq War Movies

The Iraq War has lasted seven years, cost billions of dollars, claimed the lives of thousands of Americans and Iraqis, and is, unfortunately, still going strong. Here’s the countdown of the top 10 films about the conflict… Follow Hollywood News on Twitter for up-to-date news information. Hollywood News, Hollywood Awards,[...]