If you weren’t joyfully jumping around your living room watching Peter Dinklage accept his Emmy for Game of Thrones a couple weeks ago then I don’t want to know you because …
- You don’t watch Game of Thrones, and that is a mistake worthy of a direwolf attack (you don’t know what that is because you suck!), and
- You don’t like Peter Dinklage and therefore probably also
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“We must be willing, individually and as a Nation, to accept whatever sacrifices may be required of us. A people that values its privileges above
Just a few months ago, Libyan soccer player-turned-movie mogul Saadi Gadhafi was touting his new $ 100 million Hollywood production fund, with plans to make inexpensive thrillers and other mid-priced movies that would appeal to audiences across the globe. Today, he’s under arrest, along with two of his brothers, in the midst of the rebel coup in Tripoli… Continue reading The Fall of Gadhafi: The Hollywood Connection
On July 18, 1986, Sigourney Weaver returned to her most iconic character — the sci-fi action heroine Ellen Ripley — for James Cameron’s ‘Aliens.’ The film, a sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1979 ‘Alien,’ amped-up the outer-space horror with fully-loaded action; the end result was a box-office smash of over 100 million dollars and unanimous critical praise, particularly for the film’s leading lady.
In between her breakout performance in the first ‘Alien’… Continue reading Sigourney Weaver on the Legacy of 'Aliens' & Her Sequel That Hollywood Won't Make