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How a Star Is Born: The Making of...

on July 9, 2012 by

The word ‘star’ is bandied about a lot about actors working in the entertainment business, but usually only by those outside of…

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    It was while talking to a friend about romantic relationships that I first formulated the term ‘strategic patience’. I’m not a foreign-policy wonk, so I had no idea that Obama has been using the term for a few years now to define his administration’s policy toward North Korea. Strategic patience is a situational stance more…
    Tags: project, hatter, years, film, time, alan, cumming, filmmaking, channing, tatum

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You Don’t Make Crap

on May 18, 2011 by

THE KILLOUGH CHRONICLES | THE INDIA FILES

by James Killough

Flipping mindlessly, sleepily through the chattering polyglot channels of Indian TV last night in my hotel room, I landed on a station that screens Hollywood films, the kind I would never ordinarily watch, i.e.,…

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    In the spirit of reviewing upcoming films we haven’t seen just based on their trailers, we’re now going to start making early Oscar predictions the same way, nominations for Best Picture only until we actually see the films, at which point we’ll handicap the chances in all categories. Let’s just say right away that after…
    Tags: cloud, atlas, films, tom, tykwer, andy, festival, wachowski, matrix, book

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