Matt Damon Damons box-office failure Green Zone was a decidedly anti-Bush and anti-American movie. Like most Hollywood leftists, Damon has the misguided idea that the American people actually value anything he has to say. He also believes that he http://luciowlum.crowdvine.com/posts/38947865 can rewrite history, through his movies, to conform to the Progressive world-view. Damon is, truly, a bizarre figure who may even be a Conservative, but just too stupid to realize; his past comments have indicated that he is not opposed to war in general, if it is necessary, and neither is he opposed to using torture to obtain information that may say lives. However; he was opposed to the Iraq war but has been silent on the prospect of the US intervening in Syria.
But even with all of those names attached, Pitt knew he needed to bring more to the table to attract investors. That was one of the reasons he agreed to a small cameo, playing a Canadian carpenter named Samuel Bass. Its difficult material to get financing for It doesnt necessarily sound like a profitable idea, Brad Pitt said of 12 Years. Our idea was to get as much of the cast together as we could and as much of the crew, so [the investors] could feel it and see what shape it would be. Also on the TIFF red carpet on Friday, the (visit site) films main star praised Pitt for backing the film. Brad being on this film made it happen, Ejiofor said. Him producing the film and working with the film the way that he did allowed us to be here tonight. Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender in "12 Years a Slave." (Photo by Fox Searchlight Pictures) Theres already plenty of Oscar hype surrounding the film and Ejiofor, who has been working steadily in British and Hollywood films since the 1990s.
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There were some surprise kim kardashian wedding hits, like "The Conjuring" and "The Purge." And there were a string of movies that did very well, even though they didn't quite hit blockbuster range, such as "Despicable Me 2," "Star Trek: Into Darkness," and "Fast and Furious 6." For Hollywood, summer 2013 was a confusing concoction a record season that felt underwhelming. "I'm not sure there are any grand lessons to be learned from this except that you have to throw a lot of stuff on the wall of mass culture to see what sticks," says Robert Thompson, founder of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University in New York. "Yes, there were no mega-blockbusters, and yes, the movies way down the list at 4, 5, 6 and lower made up for the gap but to translate that into a workable formula is impossible. Thats why they call it show business and not mathematics." Part of the reason for the sense of letdown comes from the fact that Hollywood released 18 films that cost more than $100 million this summer, up from 13 last year. Yet only 11 will hit the $100 million mark in domestic sales. Some of those that flopped including " Pacific Rim " and "Elysium" were original films based on novel concepts, leading some to worry that their failure might act as a further chill on Hollywood risk-taking on big-budget films.
(Times Homicide Report / September 4, 2013) By Robert J. Lopez September 4, 2013, 10:58 p.m. A North Hollywood man has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing his 19-year-old sister to death, police said Wednesday. Officers found a mortally wounded Raquel Martinez with multiple stab wounds in the 6000 block of Farmdale Avenue, the Los Angeles Police Department said. She was taken to a local hospital, where she died. Officers apprehended a suspect several blocks away. He was identified Wednesday as Mario Martinez, 23, and is the victim's brother, the LAPD said.