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    Joaquin Phoenix Among Stars Arrested at Jane Fonda's Climate Change Protest

    Fresh off his Golden Globe win and ahead of Oscar nominations being announced, Joaquin Phoenix was arrested, along with other climate change protestors, on Friday, Variety has confirmed. Jane Fonda’s last Fire Drill Friday protest in Washington, D.C., saw the actor march with hundreds, including stars Martin Sheen, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Susan Sarandon, and give [...]

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    Global Box Office Hits New Record in 2019 With $42 Billion

    Golden Age of Streaming who? Despite an influx of entertainment options on Netflix, Hulu and now Disney Plus, global box office receipts will surpass $42 billion in 2019, according to Comscore, cementing a new industry high. Though U.S. ticket sales slumped 4.4% to $11.4 billion, international audiences fueled the record turnout. Overseas revenues also set [...]

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    Melanie Laurent to Write, Direct Female-Driven Period Thriller 'The Mad Women's Ball'

    Melanie Laurent, the successful French actor (“Inglourious Basterds”) and filmmaker (“Gaveston”), is set to write and direct “The Mad Women’s Ball,” a period thriller based on the award-wining novel by Victoria Mas. Alain Goldman’s Legende Films, the well-established French production outfit behind Marion Cotillard starrer “La M?me,” “The Round Up” and “An Officer and a [...]

  • 'The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson'

    'The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson': Film Review

    As the grisly, counterfactual but oddly rosy ending of “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” continues to be a point of debate among critics and audiences, along comes “The Murder of Nicole Brown Simpson” to remind even the most insistent detractors of Tarantino’s what-if rewrite of the Manson murders how much worse things could be. [...]

  • "Three Christs": Richard Gere Helps Shine

    'Three Christs': Richard Gere, Julianna Margulies Help Shine Light on Mental Illness

    In the 1950s, paranoid schizophrenics and others with mental afflictions were treated much more harshly by today’s standards, often being locked away in institutions and subjected to electroshock and other debilitating treatments. In the film “Three Christs,” Richard Gere plays Dr. Alan Stone, a character based on real life social psychologist Milton Rokeach who during [...]

  • Katy Jurado High Noon

    Katy Jurado's Globe Win for 1952's 'High Noon' Was a Golden Moment for Diversity

    Long before the push for diversity and inclusion, Hollywood had a few Latin/Hispanic stars who made a big impact. One was Katy Jurado, the first Latina actress to win a Golden Globe (for 1952’s “High Noon”) and the first nominated for an Oscar (1954’s “Broken Lance”). She was born Jan. 16, 1924, in Mexico, and [...]

  • Kim Horton and Michael Apted

    How Editor Kim Horton Mixed Old and New Footage for Michael Apted's '63 Up' Docu

    In film history, there’s never been a project like the nine “Up” British documentaries, which have presented unique challenges for director Michael Apted and editor Kim Horton as they follow the lives of British individuals in seven-year intervals. Horton, who has edited the films since the 1984 “28 Up,” says, “It’s probably the greatest thing [...]

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