THR has reached out to the China Film Group for comment. The MPAA can ask the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative to officially investigate whether China is violating the WTO agreement, but that would be a dramatic step. It’s not known whether such a request has been made, although the USTR is working with the MPAA in addressing the issue via conversations with Chinese officials.
‘Hollywood Hillbillies’: ‘Gingers have souls’ YouTube kid gets reality show
Jennifer Lawrence Money money money MONEY! Hollywood’s hottest actresses work long grueling hours on set then spend most of their free time promoting films and staying in tip-top shape that’s why the most super successful starlets are compensated so generously for their work! Forbes published a list of the industry’s top grossers , and you will be SHOCKED by the names they left off! Natalie Portman , Anne Hathaway , and Emma Watson are all obvious A-listers, but only one of those lovely ladies made the money list!!! CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets”
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Michael Kittrell’s three-minute heated video response to an episode of “South Park,” in which he bemoans being called a “fat ginger,” garnered more than 34 million YouTube views, and was parodied may times over. Even the writers of “South Park” took notice and responded back with a clip of their own, animating Michael and some of the famous lines from his rant, including, “It really irritates me when people say that redheads don’t have souls. Because we do have souls alright?” And: “I go to church. I’m a Christian. You don’t know me. You’re not God.” “Hollywood Hillbillies” follows Michael, his “Mema,” Delores Hughes, and various other family members as they move from Grayson, Ga.
Three films produced in China — “So Young,” “Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons” and “Lost in Thailand” — cracked the top 20 films for the year’s first half. None did last year. It’s not that the Chinese are exporting hits — all three did nearly all their business at home — but they’re doing enough domestically to make the list of leaders. The Chinese box office grew by 36 percent to become the No. 2 global film market in 2012, and it is still expanding.
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Barack Hollywood Obama: How The Media Sold the President As Populist, Not Elitist
Bill Maher, Super Flack These figures did not count how Obama’s Super PAC “Priorities USA” reveled in three very large Hollywood donations: $2 million from DreamWorks mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg, $1 million from actor Morgan Freeman, and $1 million from Bill Maher, the toxic, atheist bomb-thrower with his weekly Real Time show on HBO. Maher didn’t just give at “the office” by trashing Republicans on pay-cable TV. He brought a large check onstage during a standup comedy performance in San Jose on February 23 and none of the networks cared. They could ask if Donald Trump was going to embarrass and distract from Romney, but they wouldn’t make that connection with a bigot like Maher and Obama. Just days before, all three networks rang the national alarm bells over how “far to the right” Republicans were tilting when Santorum Super PAC backer Foster Friess had repeated a very old, and equally innocent, joke about Bayer aspirin being used as birth control.
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Utah landscape creates backdrop for Hollywood magic
I read that you asked Jude Law if you should commit to “The Bridge.” Is that true? We were shooting a film called “Dom Hemingway” with director Richard Shepard in the south of France and we were chatting about what was next. I told him I got the call to do “The Bridge” and he said ‘Wow, wait a minute! I know that series and it’s fantastic.’ I had a great time doing that film with those guys. You starred on Showtime’s “Weeds,” so “The Bridge” is your second cable series. Do you find that cable gives you more freedom than network TV?
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‘The Bridge’s’ Demian Bichir: Hollywood Always Throws in a Little Filth When Depicting Mexico
While southern Utah’s dramatic landscape may be more recognizable in Hollywood films, northern Utah has also experienced cinematic fame. The original 1984 “Footloose,” while set in a small Midwestern town, was actually filmed in Utah County. The still-operating Lehi Roller Mills grain house even makes an appearance in the Kevin Bacon film. The baseball film ” The Sandlot ” was also filmed along the Wasatch Front. The movie was mostly produced in the Rose Park and Glendale areas of Salt Lake City, but several scenes were filmed in the surrounding area.
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He studied law at Glasgow University, but at 22, his dad died of cancer and Gerard began drinking heavily. Despite becoming a trainee lawyer in Edinburgh, his party lifestyle caused problems and he was fired. He moved to London and finally became an actor, moving to Los Angeles and becoming one of Scotlands best acting exports, alongside James McAvoy and Ewan McGregor.
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‘Cole Trickle’ just short of Hollywood ending
“? I look and I see ol’ Cole Trickle coming. ? He did a great job. He pushed me straight, and we were able to stay connected, because we were three-wide, and make it back to the start-finish line.” In the movie, of course, Trickle wins the big Daytona race in the end.
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