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Stars have said they’ll boycott the state, where big tax credits attract projects like "Stranger Things" and "Avengers" films.
The researchers behind the alarming new study hope gun owners get the message and do a better job locking up guns away from children.
Some classic, silent American films were preserved by collectors in New Zealand. Thanks to their frugality and sense of history, the films can be seen by the world.
It's a charming and moving little film, starring Dame Judi Dench and Steve Coogan. It tells the true story of an Irish woman who, as a teen, became pregnant and was forced into the Magdalene Sisters' care.
According to THR, the Oscar contender contains two non-sexual uses of the the f-word, which the Motion Picture Association
Regarding the role of the National Rifle Association in a nation that has witnessed far too many killings of far too many innocents, in a nation with far too many of the kind of weapons that are best left to Navy SEALs killing enemy terrorists, I write today to reach out.
Bruce Zagaris, a lawyer who founded the International Enforcement Law Reporter, said that until recently, most extradition
The entertainment industry should no longer fear technological change. It should no longer cling to a precarious balance on the roof of an industrial structure constructed long ago. It's time to look on technology as an opportunity, and to conquer its fear of the unknown.
Hollywood-backed legislation to fight online piracy, shelved this year after an Internet protest led by Google Inc. (GOOG
The Motion Picture Association of America has never written me a paycheck for anything. They're not backing my picture. These are not nice guys. They are not in this business to help filmmakers at all.
"Some technology business interests are resorting to stunts that punish their users or turn them into their corporate pawns
(AOL Inc., HuffPost's parent company, is lobbying against the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act. AOL CEO Tim
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House of Representatives and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate are well meaning, but if passed, will be destructive to internet freedoms we've all come to expect.
The battle has pitted huge content generators like Disney and the motion picture industry against their online competitors
Schmidt added that advertisers should be targeted. "The correct solution, which we've repeatedly said, is to follow the money
It was truly embarrassing to watch the elected representatives prostrate themselves to the entertainment business which is dwarfed, in economic terms, by companies that provide goods and services over the Internet.
A national film commission could have a positive impact on the creative potential of the American film community by connecting it more directly to other national film commissions and thereby to the global marketplace.
"We're sorry to have to make this adjustment," said MPAA spokesperson Morton Isherwhile. "But, in recent months it has become clear that the United States' content is only appropriate for very limited audiences."
I love film, including some of what comes out of the Hollywood cesspool, but I generally dislike Hollywood, whatever its political leanings. With Chris Dodd, it just got worse.