Barack Hollywood Obama: How The Media Sold the President As Populist, Not Elitist
We talked with him about the book. Greg Bautzer wanted to become a major player in Hollywood as soon as he got out of law school. It’s almost like a scene from a movie where he comes up with this plan to invest $5,000 that he borrowed from someone we don’t know who and buy himself a fancy wardrobe.
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Utah landscape creates backdrop for Hollywood magic
Then Moonves dared to admit the obvious: “Ultimately, journalism has changed . . . partisanship is very much a part of journalism now.” Moonves was acknowledging reality, for once.
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‘Hollywood Game Night’ Premiere: Jane Lynch Hosts, Celebs Partner With Regular People To Win Money (VIDEO)
Like frat guys (and girls), but with badges. “The Hero” (TNT) Series premieres Thurs., June 6 at 8 p.m. ET. What To Know: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is producing this competition series to test the strength, courage and integrity of a diverse group of nine individuals. Each week, the contestants will be challenged physically, mentally and morally as they try to prove that they truly deserve the title of “The Hero” and the life-changing grand prize that goes with it.
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“It feels like the frontier. There are parts of it that feel really remote and are pristinely left alone, said Armie Hammer, who plays Reid, in a recent behind-the-scenes video . The film used three areas surrounding Moab Dead-Horse Point, Castle Valley and Kane Springs and Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park to recreate the Wild West. “It was great to get out on these beautiful locations and not have to say, ‘Oh we’ll paint out those telephone lines, and you know, that road, we can do away with in post,'” Hammer said.
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