Hollywood Rude

I still get angry thinking about her horrible death and the fact that such a gifted artist was taken too soon. I also still get peeved thinking about those idiots who were too busy talking about signing some other recording artist or whatever, to shut the eff up. I cant tell you how many shows at the House of Blues or the Wiltern have been ruined for me by Hollywood Rude. I dont care if you are only there for your job; some of us actually pay for our tickets or get them as gifts because we love the artist. Luckily not every Hollywood type is an asshat. When Bang Comedy Studio still existed, Bobcat Goldthwait rented the space to try out some new material.
Source: http://open.salon.com/blog/cschoenwald/2013/08/16/hollywood_rude

Shelley Fralic: Hey Hollywood, where are all the good movies?

Never shy about showing her curves, Girls creator, producer and star Lena Dunham comes in at No. 4. “It’s meaningful to me to be on TV not necessarily looking like a member of the cast of Gossip Girl,” said Lena. Rebel Wilson — our third place star — reportedly wasn’t allowed to lose weight while filming Pitch Perfect and can soon be seen having a super fun time on her upcoming TV show. “On Super Fun Night I’m encouraging girls who may not feel they are the prettiest or the most popular to just go out there and have a life,” said Rebel. RELATED: Most Promising New Shows The silver medal goes to Kirstie Alley, who is known for her weight battles as much as her TV and movie roles.
Source: http://www.etonline.com/news/137384_Hollywood_s_Most_Powerful_Plus_Sized_Stars/index.html

Hollywood’s Most Powerful Plus-Sized Stars

Twyman, who is 51 and on the phone this week from his home in Oregon, suggests that Hollywood doesnat have to choose aeither, ora when it comes to making movies, and that clearly the CGI blockbusters and the quieter, more story-centric films can attract complementary audiences. aWe want stories that resonate with our lives . . and that entertain us. We were around for the great era of Hollywood, and we want the experience of going to a movie theatre. We see movies because they teach us something …
Source: http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Shelley+Fralic+Hollywood+where+good+movies/8682610/story.html

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