Mar 31, 2014
The Eastern Echo
Film tax credits won't make you a movie state
I like Oliver Stone's movies, but do I like them so much I'd offer the famed director of "Platoon," "Natural Born Killers" and "Any Given Sunday" $10 million from the public treasury? New York City paid Stone to film "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" on Wall Street when the director and 20th Century Studio used film tax credits made available by ... (more)
FILM: "The Wolf of Wall Street"
It's impressive to watch a movie and find no redeeming qualities in the main character, then go home and still be teeming with vitriol towards that character - a non-existent being, but one who has been presented to the audience in such a manner that all you can think of is "Wow, what a prick this guy is!" That character is Jordan Belfort, the ... (more)
UTA Signs Michael Douglas
EXCLUSIVE : UTA has just signed Michael Douglas, who won the Emmy, the Golden Globe and the SAG Award for his turn as the title character opposite Matt Damon in the Steven Soderbergh-directed HBO pic Behind The Candelabra .