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France has snubbed Roman Polanski and didn't submit film for Oscar consideration
French film academy submitted a list of titles for their possible Oscar submissions and omitted Roman Polanski’s An Office and a Spy. At Venice Film Festival, Polanski received the Silver Lion for Best Direction.
Barack Obama produces documentary without mentioning his part in the drama
Mike Turner: Barack and Michelle Obama's production company Higher Ground released their first film American Factory. It is a documentary about a General Motors plant in Moraine, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio.
Renée Zellweger was told she had to sing in the Judy Garland biopic
Renée Zellweger didn’t want to actually sing while playing an older Judy Garland in Judy but director Rupert Goold told her it was essential to show how performing Over the Rainbow wasn’t as effortless as it once was.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream is dead: Hollywood is obsessed with skin color
The book The Madness of Crowds by bestselling author Douglas Murray says that people today believe the color of someone's skin is most important not content of character .
Hollywood’s latest obsession is aging action stars
The reality is Sylvester Stallone, 73, Arnold Schwarzenegger (72), Dolph Lundgren (61) and other members of the action A-list continue to get work long after the Josh Hartnetts and Taylor Lautners of
Armie Hammer criticized for being white, male, handsome, rich
Douglas Murray: "Armie Hammer starred in 2017 in the gay romance movie Call Me By Your Name. Hammer himself is not gay. But he is male and white, so when the movie he had starred in
Quote of the day
Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, 79
"I've had one hell of a good life and I've enjoyed it and the thought of passing on doesn't frighten me".
Daily Mail
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