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...and struggling to make it in L.A.TRIVIA:Favorite recent movie: A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints.Favorite up-and-coming actors: Emile Hirsh, Shia LaBeouf.Favorite song: “Covered in Rain” (on Mayer’s Any Given Thursday).Fun local place to perform: The Knitting Factory in Hollywood.Phrase that describes you: Still searching, but enjoying the ride.You as an animal: Monkey. (“They’re adaptable, friendly, laid-back.”)Metaphor for L.A.: Quicksand.Website: www.myspace.com/mikesimmonsmusicBACKGROUND & BECOMING A MUSICIAN:MJ: Where were you born and... (more)
...that normally wouldn’t get a query read are taking lunch meetings and the independent market is just as big as ever.
Just because Jonny Depp can’t seduce television cameras with his eyes while accepting a much deserved Golden Globe doesn’t mean the wheels of Hollywood’s bus still aren’t turning. People find themselves in the rough in this town all the time; it just doesn’t usually get national press coverage. As we've seen major Writer and Director Deals, such as John Singleton deal broken every day, other’s dreams get... (more)
Are you tired of waiting for your 15 minutes of fame? Wait no more. For a few bucks, you can now buy yourself a spot on a billboard seen by millions in Hollywood.
For $25, www.SummerOnSunset.com lets you buy a 3"x3" square on a 24'x26' lighted billboard. The picture you will upload will be shown immediatly on the on the online version of the billboard along with a link to your personal website. The actual billboard will be located at the corner of Sunset Blvd. and Bronson Ave. directly across from the Warner Sunset Studios building and will stay up for 9 weeks over the summer.... (more)
... support with her two dogs (Theo and Charlotte).
How close is this to ending? Well one writer had a sign that said $0.4 . When I asked him what that meant, he said,” that’s what it is all about, that’s how far apart we are”.
I went to sites such as United Hollywood and the Writers Guild of America to see if I could understand a little more.
On United Hollywood they had a comparison of the DGA(Directors Guild of America) contract and what the WGA (Writers Guild of America)is asking for, which they have since taken down.
Like they said;... (more)
Well, the news here in North Carolina is that Wilmington is about to be the next Hollywood, only with state liquor stores, tens of thousands of devout Baptists and a series of social institutions right out of the middle ages. There is a language barrier as most folks in Wilmington speak Southern and only use English as a second Language.
There no doubt are some advantages to being on the opposite end of Interstate 40 but frankly, it doesn’t appear the powers that be in La La land have given this enough serious thought. To be polite, the benefits of filming... (more)
This whole writer’s strike business is getting hairy…really, really hairy. Now that Warner Brothers is rumored to be cutting up to 1,000 jobs and the Golden Globes have been reduced to a press conference, I don’t know what to think.Will the Oscars be next? What’s a fashion designer to do? Some days I wonder if it will ever end. For awhile (back in November,) I was thankful for my freedom, sans WGA membership. As an unaffiliated writer, I could write to my little heart’s content while supporting the WGA union writers and their cause.“Hey, I’ve got no guild to tie me down,To make me fret and... (more)
I was going to recite a list of Johnny Carson-esque jokes about Her Majesty Senator Clinton’s public display of emotion today, but as I began to write, I was suddenly knocked for a tangent. The DPS I (aka the 2008 Golden Globe Awards dinner sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press) has been cancelled due to the WGA strike. Looks like LA’s homeless won’t be dining at the Beverly Hilton Dumpster this year.
Nikki Blonski, who was nominated for her role in the movie Hairspray, was shown on Entertainment Tonight whining about how she’s not going to get to... (more)
...a week. Sunday night is the "Toledo Show" -- the more heavily promoted, larger-scale review. But in my Fiances opinion "I think I like the quiet, seedy, Tuesday night one." Harvelles Santa Monica http://www.harvelles.com 40 Deuce Melrose http://www.fortydeuce.com King King Hollywood http://www.kingkinghollywood.com So if meeting a fellow Broowaha Contributor is something you've long been considering doing, go ahead and do it. You might not nominate to meet at a burlesque bar - perhaps over a coffee is more your speed - but I can recommend a first meeting over some... (more)
... the word â€œcondom...â€ maybe Iâ€™ll just call the local TV station, go out and get a fifth of Old Crow Whiskey, buy an eight ball of coke, freebase the coke and put the whiskey into a syringe and mainline it into my eyeball while screwing a low life loser in the bathroom of some Hollywood club at any the youngest age possible while not using protection and simultaneously flushing my birth control pills down the toilet as my children are locked in the backseat of a Mercedes and knowing the entire world is watching my every move AND then having every conceivable news outlet... (more)
...in the US. Over 500,000 people were injured in alcohol-related accidents in the US in 2003. Let's compare that to what happens in Tinseltown; Rehab. You see, in the real world, when you get a DUI or DWI, you get fined and have to complete a rehab stay. In the alternate reality that is young Hollywood, you spend 48 days in a nice cell with all the better facilities and color tv (Kiefer Sutherland). Another flipside charge was the poor Paris Hilton, who, after more than her fair share of alchohol, got caught driving. She got fined a "Stiff" penalty of $1,500, not even a speck of her assumed ... (more)