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Hollywood Finally Takes Stand Against Sharia Law

The iconic Beverly Hills Hotel has been the location for a lavish A-list Night Before Oscar party since 2003. Those days are over now that Hollywood has taken a rare and righteous stand against the horrors of Sharia Law. May 5, 2014 1:03 PM PT

Grace Kelly? Why Would Anyone Cast Nicole Kidman In Anything?

Kidman might have won the Best Actress Oscar for "The Hours" (2002), but that dreadful movie was the beginning of the end. Though she has worked and continues to work as steady as Michael Caine and Gene Hackman did in the late-eighties, it has been one dreadful, disappointing, ill-fated choice after another. Other than a voice role in the animated "Happy Feet" (2006), Kidman has not starred in a film that wasn't in some way a disappointment in over a dozen years. May 5, 2014 11:21 AM PT

New York Mag, Media Matters Knives Still Out for Lara Logan

After CBS News reporter and "60 Minutes" correspondent Lara Logan admitted her report on the September 11, 2012 attack on the American consulate in Benghazi was "wrong," she took a leave of absence. That was back in November. Now the media elite are firing at her with both barrels in the obvious hope she not be allowed to return. May 5, 2014 9:47 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Monday's Top 5 News Items

Even within the context of the usual-usual in Hollywood, the charges are serious because both Egan and this John Doe are claiming they were drugged and threatened with physical violence. The gay/straight casting couch in Hollywood is as old as Hollywood -- and this includes willing underage participants looking for something in return. If Herman's plaintiffs were merely alleging they were underage but willing, these lawsuits would be met with a lot of eye-rolling. What's being accused is, obviously, something much more serious. May 5, 2014 9:07 AM PT

Box Office: 'Spider-Man' Rules, 'Heaven' Holds On

Having already cleaned up overseas, there was no question "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" would clean up here in North America on its debut weekend. As Deadline reports, though, the ridiculously expensive sequel ($225 million) that cost nearly as much to promote ($190 million), will have to gross more than its predecessor ($750 million) just to break even. ASM2 will land somewhere around $90 million before this weekend is over. May 3, 2014 8:08 AM PT

'Electra Glide In Blue' (1973): Better Than 'Dirty Harry' and 'Easy Rider'

John Wintergreen (Robert Blake) is not dumb, he's just guileless. He is a man of humanity, character and integrity who very much wants to be a part of the establishment until he gets what he wishes for. Caught between corrupt cops warring with dangerous, drug dealing hippies, Wintergreen eventually realizes there is no place for a good man in such a world -- and as you will see, so does the director. May 3, 2014 6:56 AM PT

The Fall of Tina Brown & Newsweek Cost $100 Million

You'll want to read the whole piece to make your own assessment, but using direct quotes from the story, here are the 13 moments that doomed Newsweek and would finally drive Tina Brown out of the magazine business (for now). May 2, 2014 12:20 PM PT

Rob Schneider Rips Obama, America's Slide Towards Fascism

The Mighty* Rob Schneider told Philadelphia talk radio's Chris Stigall Friday that America is "sliding very fast towards fascism" and that stand-up comics who aren't liberal "can get murdered." Not literally, I'm assuming, but career-wise and up on the stage. Schneider also isn’t impressed with Obama's handling of the economy. May 2, 2014 10:16 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Friday's Top 5 News Items

P.P.S. I love "Easy Rider." It is one of the most beautiful tributes to human liberty, the promise of America, and what it means to be free ever put on film. In Obama's and Pelosi's and Reid's and our mainstream media's America, "Easy Rider" is as conservative as I am. May 2, 2014 8:01 AM PT

Singer Accuser's Lawyer: 'Dozens and Dozens' of Victims Coming Forward

Jeff Herman, the Florida attorney representing Michael Egan, the 31 year-old man suing "X-Men" director Bryan Singer and three others for sexually abusing him as a teenager, says that "dozens and dozens and dozens" of other victims will be coming forward. May 1, 2014 12:33 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Should the government approve the merger between Comcast and Time-Warner (and after Comcast spent billions buying Democrats, that's likely to happen), that would give Comcast close to 30 million pay TV subscribers. If AT&T gobbles up DirecTV, that giant would have 26 million pay TV subscribers. May 1, 2014 10:52 AM PT

Project Greenlight Reboot: Affleck Returns the Favor

Now that Matt Damon's career needs some help, Affleck is stepping up to break the "Project Greenlight" glass. HBO is reviving the reality show, which plucks a first-time screenwriter and director out of obscurity for a shot at bringing a low-budget feature film to life. Matt and Ben act as the show's stars and as the film's producers. Apr 30, 2014 2:51 PM PT

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