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With Hollywood Film Awards, The Silly Season Has Arrived










Camila and Sandra have previously been spotted spending time together, showing all concerned have put Sandra and Matthews past relationship behind them. A-List date: Julia Roberts and producer Jerry Weintraub walked the red carpet together at the prestigious ceremony in Beverly Hills Gaunt: Jake Gyllenhaal, in his favourite scuffed shoes, revealed his weight loss for new movie Nightcrawler while aging heartthrob Harrison Ford was still handsome Sandra and Matthew were both lined up to receive awards at the event but they weren't the only ones. Julia Roberts, who was this years recipient of the Hollywood Supporting Actress Award, walked the red carpet with producer Jerry Weintraub. Stylish at any age: Jane Fonda and Geoffrey Rush showed that the younger celebrities don't have a monopoly on looking good Speech: Rapper Kanye West gave a speech at the ceremony, and left his girlfriend Kim Kardashian at home on her birthday Beauties: Angela Bassett wowed in her own little black dress while award winner Julie Delpy was elegant in a lace ensemble She looked pretty in a long sleeved white dress with bright flowers as they posed for pictures. Carlos de Abreu, founder and executive producer of the 17th Annual Hollywood Film Awards, recently said: It is a privilege to honour Julia Roberts for her brilliant and passionate performance in August: Osage County. Julia continues to shine as one of Hollywood's most gifted actresses. Mellow yellow: Viola Davis and Lupita Nyong'o both chose sunshine shades and looked stunning The Hollywood Film Awards honours stars, filmmakers, and up-and-coming talent. <br>Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2471322/Sandra-Bullock-wows-LBD-Hollywood-Film-Awards-shares-joke-ex-Matthew-McConaughey-wife.html







and all the voices can Kim Kardashian be heard in the tapestry of who we are as people." Hollywood has not seen such an emphasis on African-American storylines since the 1980s and '90s, with Spike Lee and John Singleton's street dramas like "Do the Right Thing" and "Boyz n the Hood." Opinion: Why you should see '12 Years a Slave' "They were kim kardashian official speaking about what was happening in the present day," said Ya'Ke Smith, professor of Film at University of Texas at Arlington and independent filmmaker. "Speaking (source) to a lot of gang violence, debunking stereotypes about young black men in the hood, speaking to racism going on not only in Brooklyn but all over the world." By the early 2000s, the American blockbuster took a turn with film series like "Harry Potter" and "Lord of the Rings." But in 2009, Hollywood rekindled a fascination with African-American storylines, with movies like "The Blind Side," "Invictus" and "Precious." Subsequently, "The Help" (2011), "Red Tails" (2012) and "Django Unchained" (2013) hit mainstream theaters. "I think the American attitude has changed with regards to going to see films that perhaps feature all African-American casts or that tell African-American stories," Robertson said. "Americans are more open to paying their 10-15 dollars and taking in those experiences." Some credit the shift in Hollywood to Washington, citing President Barack Obama's 2009 inauguration as the spark that reignited interest in the African-American experience, from slavery to the Oval Office. "People have talked about the 'Obama effect,'" said Chiwetel Ejiofor, star of "12 Years a Slave." "If people are interested and they want to go and see movies that have diversity or are about different things in that way, then in a way that allows them to be created more." Ejiofor's "12 Years a Slave" co-star Michael Fassbender agrees that the election of the country's first African-American president, along with other timely events, helped trigger universal consciousness. "We're dealing with 150 years since the abolition of slavery," he said. "There are a lot of anniversaries at the moment, (the assassination of) Martin Luther King Jr. <br>Source: http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/18/showbiz/movies/african-american-film-renaissance/index.html







They are racial films designed to raise an admonishing finger toward the white audience regarding its "legacy" as slaveholders while bolstering the blacks in their conviction of victimhood. This type of film started with the "Roots" miniseries in 1977 and continued with The Color Purple (1985), Glory (989), and Amistad (1997). As can be seen from that list, such films generally appeared once or twice a decade. Now we have three in a little over a year's time. (Not counting Django, which is a demented reversal of the basic formula.) These films are generally of the "historical" genre, view website set in either the slavery period or the segregation era that followed. <br>Source: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/10/hollywood_and_the_new_racism.html







And everybody tacitly agrees not to worry too much or think too hard. Also read: Gravitys Sandra Bullock Spits Rappers Delight to a Delighted Tom Hanks To be fair, this is hardly the only event during awards season where the selection process involves more negotiating than actual voting. And you could argue that theyre relatively harmless, and thoroughly typical of a town where exposure is the coin of the realm and publicity always trumps credibility. But with People.com live-streaming the red carpet for the first time, and particularly with Dick Clark Productions buying a stake and no doubt thinking of a television future, things get more problematic and the possibility looms for a nationally-televised show that could make the Golden Globes look like a bastion of credibility. Still, theres no need to worry about that if youre McConaughey and Bullock, who will be proclaimed Hollywood actor and actress of the year at the Beverly Hilton on Monday night. <br>Source: http://movies.yahoo.com/news/hollywood-film-awards-silly-season-arrived-194246014.html





'I'm in Love with a Church Girl': Hollywood without Hollywood



The councilman called the action an informational step that would be followed in coming weeks by citations for those found violating the law. Violators face a $1,000 fine or six months in jail. City inspectors would be checking to make sure kiosks do not block foot traffic, he said. The City Council approved the new law to begin managing the crowds that come to Hollywood, with foot traffic sometimes spilling out into the street. Although the law will hurt sales, Green said he would find a way to work within the new rules. "We don't live in the Mojave Desert. <br>Source: http://www.latimes.com/local/la-me-hollywood-vendors-20131022,0,3448136.story?track=rss





Hollywood tour bus vendors worry about lower sales amid crackdown



Because inmates were taking the ink and making tattoos out of them. SEE RELATED: Rappers Redman, Treach, take to the streets to end violence Things would get even tougher for the aspiring screenwriter and producer. One day, the guards came into his cell to do a shakedown and they found a dozen ribbons in his locker. I had to go into the hole (solitary), Molina recounted, because of all of my typewriter ribbons. Finally, the lady running the prisons Education office said this man is out here every day minding his own business. He helps guys with typing. Ill hold the ribbons and give them to him as he needs them. So she kind of came in and saved the day for me. The result of Molinas efforts, of course, his new film. <br>Source: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/last-frame/2013/oct/21/im-love-church-girl-hollywood-without-hollywood/



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