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The Hunger Games' Producer Nina Jacobson, 'Empire' to Be Honored by Human Rights Campaign

Posted on August 18, 2016 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (0)

"""The Hunger Games"" producer Nina Jacobson and ""Empire"" will soon be honored in the 2016 Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Los Angeles Gala, the LGBT civil rights org declared Tuesday.

Jacobson -- whose work contains the ""Hunger Games"" film series and FX's ""The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story"" -- will be honored for her LGBT advocacy with the HRC Visibility Award, which will be presented by ""Glee"" and ""American Horror Story"" creator Ryan Murphy."

Inside JoJo's Bachelorette Vineyard Date with Jordan Rodgers

Posted on July 13, 2016 at 4:05 AM Comments comments (0)

JoJo Fletcher took her quest to find love (and to get as far away from Chad as possible) to Argentina in last night’s episode of The Bachelorette.


During her Argentinian getaway, Fletcher, 25, learned the ins and outs of the gaucho lifestyle, went horseback riding and played truth or dare, as one does when courting six men.


Her most romantic rendezvous, however, was stomping grapes (and drinking the juice) with frontrunner Jordan Rodgers in the vineyards of Entre Cielos in Mendoza, one of the largest wine regions in Latin America. And if access to the endless supply of Malbec isn’t enough to get your heart pumping, the view of the Andes certainly is.

Because no Bachelorette date would be complete without a Jacuzzi, Fletcher and Rodgers, 27, also took advantage of the property’s Limited Edition Vineyard Loft. The 380 sq. ft. unit sits on stilts overlooking the vineyard and comes complete with an outdoor tub so the couple could soak up their surroundings.  

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Oscars: Girls Receive Less Than 1 -Performing Classifications

Posted on June 10, 2016 at 3:20 AM Comments comments (0)

"The Women's Media Center has examined Oscars for a decade, reasoning that women represent only 19% of non-acting nominations -- as well as the offender is the business's hiring practices.

The research covers 19 classifications, including writers, producers, directors and cinematographers . Girls represented 22% of nominees, a higher mark for the last decade, though still well below women's percent of the public, in 2013."

Star Jones' 'Satan Sisters' About 'Viewpoint'-Like Daytime Talk Show Picked Up to Series at VH1

Posted on May 5, 2016 at 9:35 AM Comments comments (0)

"The show is slated to get an 2017 premier

VH1 has picked up a one-hour scripted show inspired by ""The View"" host Star Jones' 2011 novel ""Satan's Sisters,"" the network announced on Thursday.

""Satan's Sisters"" follows the play surrounding fictional women' talk show ""The Lunch Hour,"" before and behind the scenes, as its five female cohosts discuss life, love, family and politics."


40 Is the New 20! Stars Who DGAF About Aging

Posted on April 1, 2016 at 5:40 AM Comments comments (0)


“I feel so much better as a person now than I did in my 20s, but most of the time I feel like I’m still a kid. There are days you feel like you are on top of it and you are OK and at peace with it; then there are the days you still feel 28 inside — until you catch that reflection or see a photograph and realize you aren’t anymore.”

original publication:  http://www.peoplestylewatch.com/stars-who-loving-being-in-their-forties#2016/03/29/photo/touts-naomi-watts-over-forty-style-gallery-3211091

Rogue One' Writer Chris Weitz in Talks to Direct Film on Nazi War Criminal

Posted on March 14, 2016 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

"The studio started developing the job last year together with the purchase of the script of Matthew Orton. Brian Kavanaugh- Automatik and Jones are making, and Matt Charman is exec producing.


Eichmann was responsible for the logistics of mass deportation of Jews during the Second World War. He then moved to Argentina, where he was found in Buenos Aires in 1953 and fled to his native Austria."

History of celebrity butts, booties and backsides

Posted on March 7, 2016 at 3:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Do you think Sir Mix A Lot had any clue what he was in for when he recorded "Baby Got Back" in 1992? The booty craze is in full force in Hollywood right now, but E! News recently took a look back at how we got here. Watch the video above for a brief history lesson on the Hollywood booty.

Of course, J.Lo was perhaps the first to bring the backside to the red carpet -- she became known for her world-renowned booty, and even recorded a song, "Booty," years later as a cheeky ode to her famous derriere.

Even though many are crying "copycat" over the famous backsides of today, namely the Kardashians, Jenny from the Block says there are no hard feelings.

"I feel like I paved the way for them," she joked on "Watch What Happens Live."

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Queen Latifah , Jessica Chastain, and More Start Feminine-Authorization Generation Business

Posted on February 26, 2016 at 4:45 AM Comments comments (0)


Hardwicke, Queen Latifah and Chastain have joined generation business We Take Action Together to make Television and movies that increase the empowerment of girls.


The not-for-profit is intending to come up with a record of "inspiring" movies by and about women to make sure potential chances for recognized and rising sounds inside the sector. The initial picture is going to be declared at the Cannes Filmfestival in-May.


The directorate comprises producer Albert Berger; DDA Associate Dana Archer; the Gersh Agency's Sandra Lucchesi; Variety supervisor John Nelson; producer director Denise Polakoff; producer Shelby Stone; manufacturer-philanthropist Chiara Tilesi; and "Septembers of Shiraz" author-maker Hanna Weg.

George Clooney

Posted on February 16, 2016 at 6:10 AM Comments comments (0)

The film, that has been composed by Joel and Ethan Coen, is likely to start shooting this October in La, and is created by Joel Gold, Clooney and Schwarzman. Paramount Pictures obtained U.S. distribution rights two times past.


Walton remarked: "We have had an overpowering reaction to 'Suburbicon' only at that year's Berlin Filmfestival, drumming up worthy global interest thanks to the stellar cast and production staff. We have labored often alongside George as well as the suppliers to speak to buyers in the marketplace, activating early reactions to among 2016's many fascinating names."