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Hollywood grooms Lassie, hoping the charismatic collie will save

DreamWorks Animation, creator of the Shrek and Kung Fu Panda movies, plans to put the charismatic collie back in the public eye, along with Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Rocky and Bullwinkle, and other decades-old characters. Lassie, who will celebrate her 75th anniversary in December, is still the worlds most famous dog. Introduced in a 1938 Saturday Evening Post short story, and then popularized in a best-selling novel, the fictional dog became the star of the 1943 motion picture Lassie Come Home, opposite Elizabeth Taylor and Roddy McDowall, after catching the eye of MGM mogul Louis B. Mayer. Six more films followed. By 1954, she had her own TV series. <br>Source:

Men in Hollywood who’ve been beaten up!

Here's a list of other men in Hollywood who've been beaten up We've all heard about the Chris Browns and the Charlie Sheens of Hollywood, but in a rare case of role-reversal, actress Emma Roberts, who's starred in films like We The Millers, but is best known as the niece of Julia Roberts , was taken into police custody after she left her boyfriend Evan Peters with a bloody nose and bite marks following a fight in their hotel room. Later, reports suggested that they "were both hitting each other", but Roberts was arrested simply because Peters sustained 'obvious physical injuries'. It was also implied by several media outlets that the couple had a "passionate love affair", with the reps for both actors saying, "It was an unfortunate incident and misunderstanding... and the couple are working together to move past it." The above is a bit deja vu-istic if we were to look at similar past incidents ( yes , there are predecessors to Roberts when it comes to female celebs abusing their partners). If there's cheating involved on the guy's part, he's widely considered to have 'deserved it' (see: Tiger Woods). <br>Source:

10 Best Hollywood Films Set In Japan

So, the pool is fairly shallow. In spite of that, quality is in high abundance. Thematically, a lot of the same themes can be seen. Hollywood films when set in Japan love to contrast an American character to a Japanese one, as their cultural values and personalities initially clash, before warming to each other. Regardless of if theyre friends, work partners, or lovers its a pretty evident formula. <br>Source:

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Hollywood's summer crisis continues with two major flops in a weekend

R.I.P.D. stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges By Nick Allen , Los Angeles 6:40PM BST 22 Jul 2013 Comments The Conjuring, which cost just $20 million (13 million) to make and features no A-list stars, proved far more popular with audiences than R.I.P.D. starring Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, and the animated film Turbo, which also featured Reynolds' voice. Each of those films had production budgets of around $130 million. The other four films with budgets of more than $100 million to underperform , since the start of summer cinema season on May 1, were Will Smith's After Earth, Johnny Depp's The Lone Ranger , action movie White House Down and science fiction epic Pacific Rim. Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in The Lone Ranger (Rex Features) Success for The Conjuring was a further blow to the strategy Hollywood studios have employed of pushing so-called "tent pole" action films, which have huge budgets but need large audiences to make profits. It also offered further evidence of how tens of millions of dollars spent on marketing those films can be wiped out in an instant as fans' negative reactions to a film spread on social media. <br>Source:

When Will Doom Come To Hollywood?

More photos "Everybody out here is trying to pay the bills, pay the rent, feed themselves or their kids," Mitchell says. "We're all trying to be nice to people, you know? That's always been that way." When kim kardashian picture Leron Gubler took the helm of Hollywood's Chamber of Commerce more than two decades ago, he remembers only two characters working the boulevard: a woman who played Charlie Chaplin and a Michael Jackson impersonator. Now, two or three sequined Jacksons moonwalk the boulevard every day. Gubler hopes to regulate the number of characters and implement a code of conduct. "There's just too many of them." By 4:30 many afternoons, the line of fans hoping to attend a recording of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" stretches from the former Hollywood Masonic Temple where the show films to Highland Avenue. As they fidget and wait, small story lines unspool around them: A man's rambling sign proclaims that Frodo is alive; a mother gets a whiff of a passerby's marijuana and mumbles that something smells like high school; a woman annoys her husband by treating the stars along the Walk of Fame as a read-along-as-you-recognize-names game. <br>Source:,0,5253330.htmlstory

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