A new Russian documentary about Hollywood aired on Monday, called the “Hollywood Propaganda Factory.” Ironically, Russia has one of the largest troll factories located in St. Petersburg. There are real ads for hiring full-time trolls with bonuses, including free pizza every shift, and beer.
It’s always exciting when a new, independent film company releases their first project. And, while there hasn’t been an official release date announcement yet, Blackeye Entertainment is currently working on what is sure to be an exciting and unique film. I had an opportunity to interview Blackeye Entertainment’s founder, Antonio Simmons, and was able to gain insight into both his company and his upcoming film, Doggmen.
Harvey Weinstein is set to get special treatment in jail to prevent another Epstein incident. According to a source, who spoke to The New York Post, “Harvey is going to be isolated as much as possible and will always have a detail with him throughout the prison. He’s never going to be like other prisoners, able to walk down the hallway or sit in the canteen alone.”
Charlie Sheen was born in New York City on September 3, 1965. He has two older brothers and one younger sister named; Ramon, Emilio, and Renee respectively. His father was an actor and also director and Charlie appeared in his first film.
Sheen went to Santa Monica High School but a few weeks before his graduation dropped out from school because of his low-level attendance and low grades.
The United States of America is the land of many travel opportunity for Australian visitors, from the bright lights of New York City to the movie utopia of Hollywood and the awe of the Grand Canyon.
However you choose to get to know the United States of America, one thing is for sure: this won’t be just another quiet, relaxing vacation. It will be colossal, unforgettable and exciting. So, to help you get started with planning your trip, here are several aspects to bear in mind.
Bill Hader is one of the funniest and most sought after actors in show business today. But just 15 years ago, only Hollywood insiders knew of his many talents, including stand-up comedy, comedy writer, voice actor, celebrity impressionist, hilarious comedic performer and fine dramatic actor.
How does one man as young as Bill Hader (he allegedly just turned 41) learn the skills needed to be such a well-rounded, highly-gifted entertainer delivering at a level seemingly so far beyond his years?
Is it because he’s a Time Traveling Immortal?
It seems to be the only reasonable explanation for Hader’s incredible talents, which are rarely learned during the course of the average single lifespan of less than 100 years. Of course, there are exceptions, but there has never been a verifiable case of anyone, man or woman, living beyond 120 or so. Especially in show business. Let’s face it, George Burns almost didn’t make his 100th birthday party and Bob Hope spent his last days begging to be put out of his misery.
Now that Quentin Tarantino’s latest flick, “Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood” is shocking (and awing) millions of devoted fans, gossip columns are bursting with recaps of the Sharon Tate murders by members of the infamous Manson Family during the long, hot “Summer of Love” in August, 1969. There are even guided tours to the murder scene, despite the fact that the house where the ghastly acts were committed was razed and rebuilt years ago.
Let’s face it. Hollywood rules the entertainment world, especially beyond its own borders. But there’s another blockbuster TV and film industry challenging the leader: Bollywood. Based in Mumbai, India, the second largest movie market in the world cranks out 5 times as many films a year, yet earns just 1/10 the revenue. And that’s with more than 100 times the number of theaters and upwards of 1,000 times the number of butts in seats.
- In the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, women in Hollywood say they’ve noticed a positive difference in male behavior around Hollywood, but their evaluations are more hopeful than confident in lasting change.
- Many women are conflicted about the highly charged forces that the movement unleashed: “The turmoil over the recent Kavanaugh Hearings may lead us to a better place in the long run. But in the short run, it’s going to feel like the country is coming apart.”
- OPINION: White Women, Come Get Your People.
- OPINION: We Will Fight You to Defend Our Men.
- Meanwhile, the movement is spreading internationally, with former Indian actress Tanushree Dutta claiming a veteran Indian actor behaved inappropriately towards her on a film set in 2008.