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BOOK REVIEW: Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova promotes animal cruelty.

This book is a DNF for me because of the animal cruelty:

“I glued my fingers so many times that they were raw and bloody. I probably bled as much for her Deathday as the sacrificial dove.

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Book Review

THE MOVIE GODS HAVE GRANTED THE WORLD WAR Z FRANCHISE A SECOND LIFE

You read the headline right!  David Fincher will be breathing new life into the defunct franchise as the director for the upcoming sequel. Initially, Paramount Pictures was ready to move full speed ahead after the film did so well in the box office banking $540 million world wide for the studio, which I’m sure came as a relief after the film’s budget suffered from reshoots due to production issues. 66 more words

Film

David Fincher Directing "World War Z" Sequel?

In some unexpected news, Variety is reporting David Fincher will be directing the World War Z sequel!  Yes, the director behind hits such as… 54 more words

Horror

Paramount's New Chief Jim Gianopulos Revives $1 Billion China Slate Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

Paramount Pictures has revived its $1 billion slate deal with two Chinese media companies, which was presumed dead last month, according to several sources.

The studio’s new Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos, who took over the studio in March, traveled to Beijing last week to try and resurrect the deal with Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media. 351 more words

News

Juice (25Th Anniversary) Bluray Release Date | MOVIE NEWS

Paramount Pictures is releasing ‘Juice (25Th Anniversary)’ on Bluray on June 6, 2017

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“A tale of four friends determined to make some money on the harsh streets of Harlem and featuring an outstanding soundtrack by hip-hop heroes Eric B and Rakim, Cypress Hill, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane and many more. 305 more words

Movie News

Review: "Artists and Models"

Three Stars: Leo Townsend, Modern Screen, November 1937

“A mélange of gags, girls and music, “Artists and Models” is good entertainment because it is fast and funny and because it gives Jack Benny his first real opportunity in pictures. 178 more words

Hollywood

William Randolph Hearst Goes to the Movies

“The coming of the motion picture was as important as that of the printing press” – William Randolph Hearst

William Randolph Hearst (1863-1951) loved the moving image. 469 more words

Hollywood