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  1. Rustic biker bar near Santa Clarita asking $449KRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Curbed

    The Big Oaks Lodge is tucked nearly five miles into the Angeles National Forest, a bar-restaurant-retreat that's served as an oasis for bikers, boxers, and the Hollywood elite for almost a century. Now Big Oaks looks to write a new chapter in its already varied history.


  2. Remembering a Fattya Arbuckle on his 130th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Albany Times Union

    ... in adjoining rooms of San Francisco's St. Francis Hotel that led to the death of actress Virginia Rappe . Tales of Hollywood debauchery and hedonism swirled around the scandal, and Arbuckle was arrested on rape, manslaughter and murder charges. Over ...


  3. Ron Meyer To Deliver USC Film School Commencement SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Deadline

    ... "We couldn't be more pleased that Ron Meyer, one of the most visionary and respected studio executives in Hollywood history, will address our graduating class this year," said Elizabeth M. Daley, Dean of the USC School of Cinematic Arts . "That he ...


  4. NBCUniversal's Ron Meyer to Deliver USC School of Cinematic Arts Commencement AddressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Hollywood Reporter

    ... said, "We couldn't be more pleased that Ron Meyer, one of the most visionary and respected studio executives in Hollywood history, will address our graduating class this year. That he is joined by Jennifer and Suzanne Todd, both such prominent ...


  5. Indie films offer originality and escapismRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Xenia Daily Gazette

    ... the most recent generation of films have the same staying power. One of the reasons, at least in my opinion, is Hollywood's complete and total disregard for originality. Everything seems to be a reboot, either of a previously successful film ...


  6. Hollywood's self-inflicted woundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 19 | The Wave

    ... misguided policies, most Republicans and independents disapprove of the relentless Trump bashing in the media. Hollywood's decision to make itself part of the anti-Trump resistance would make for wonderful satire, if you could get it on film. ...


  7. Meet the artist who bloodied up Sylvester Stallone in 'Rocky' 0:0Read the original story

    Saturday Mar 18 | New York Post

    One of the most iconic scenes in the boxing classic "Rocky" showed Rocky Balboa taking out his aggression on a side of beef, leaving him with blood-stained hands. In this entertaining book about his life as a Hollywood makeup man , Michael Westmore explains how the blood was good ole movie magic, created on the sly.


  8. UP mansion may be Michigan's most unique realaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | Times Herald

    ... handcrafted wood furniture and murals of Native American scenes painted by Orry Kelly, who would later move to Hollywood and became an Oscar-winning costume designer. Over the years, the Kaufmans hosted many guests including Henry Ford, George ...


  9. Hollywood Once Had a Vibrant Moral and Ethical Code. What Happened?Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 15 | Glenn Beck

    The content streaming from Hollywood has, no doubt, devolved in recent decades, with sex, violence and racy content increasingly permeating our entertainment. But did you know there was once a time in the not so distant past when movie studios made a pointed effort to self-censor, rejecting content seen as too sexual, violent or immoral? The roots of self-censorship were set in the 1920s when feature films were still in their infancy.


  10. The role of the death-mother in filmRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 10 | OUPblog

    ... films. It is as if Norma had entered the world of the dead, or re-entered the world while herself being dead, Hollywood as a carnival of souls. Then, once Norma announces her readiness for her close-up, the music rises up again. As Norma, again with ...


  11. 'Feud:' A Look at Joan Crawford's Many (Many) Leading MenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 10 | Hollywood Reporter

    When it comes to sordid and steamy Hollywood affairs, Joan Crawford and her sexual prowess is the stuff of legend. Over the course of her award-winning career, the star was just as infamous for her roles onscreen as she was for her lovers offscreen, something that's touched on in almost every episode of FX's anthology series Feud: Bette and Joan from creator Ryan Murphy.


  12. Those Dynamic Divas We Loved to HateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 10 | NewsBlaze

    We admired them, we hated them and, at times, we even envied them - those beautiful but dangerous film divas from the 1940s and '50s who got away with things onscreen few of us would dare try in real life. Hollywood's golden era gave us a bounty of sinister grande dames, matriarchs of movieland whose onscreen characters typified treachery and greed.


  13. Where you can still find the spirit of Hollywooda s greats: Dennis McCarthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 9 | LA Daily News

    They say spirits come back to places they enjoyed in life, so that may explain why actress Bette Davis, who died in 1989, was seen smoking a cigarette up on the third floor of the Hollywood Museum late one night not too long ago. Either that or the guy working on a new exhibit, who smelled smoke and turned to see her spirit puffing away in the corner, was smoking something stronger himself.


  14. You shook me all knight long: our medieval madnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 9 | The Courier

    ... of the TV series Game of Thrones and Vikings . Swords and sandals, wimples and warlocks have been the staple of Hollywood's take on the Dark Ages since Cecil B. DeMille pimped the ride on the Crusades in 1935. But what of medieval reenactment? Why ...


  15. For Sale: NJ Mansion With a Scandalous PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 9 | Zillow Blog

    ... Prohibition, and was once accessed through a secret passageway. The home's movie theater feels straight out of Old Hollywood - a reminder that a politician and silent film star once had an affair here. That's right, this flapper-era fortress has ...


  16. "Why should people see bad pictures when they can stay at home and see bad television?"Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 8 | The Big Apple

    ... He was most well known for being the founding contributor and executive of several motion picture studios in Hollywood. His awards include the 1973 Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award, the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 1947, and the Jean ...


  17. Handsome leading man Richard Gere turns ugly for the Jewish State Jack EngelhardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    ... phone calls "Jack, you have to answer this." I have. I have. Haven't you been reading? Apparently I am not read in Hollywood as much as once upon a time when I took on Spielberg and that one, well that one everybody was talking aboutand despite ...


  18. Ahead of the Curve: A Look at The Latest in Mena s StylesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | Gulfshore Life

    ... gasp came aboard Cecil B. DeMille during filming of The Ten Commandments . (There are few more iconic images of Hollywood than of a jodhpur-ed DeMille giving direction to Charlton Heston as he crawls, as Moses, toward a burning bush.) I bought mine ...


  19. Canada 150: Yvonne De Carlo, a leading lady in Golden Age of cinemaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 7 | Canada.com

    ... Among the other stars with whom she acted were David Niven, Victor Mature and Rock Hudson. She was cast as Hollywood sirens, the wife of Moses, a biblical seductress, a Southern belle sold into slavery, a First Nations maiden, and Mary Magdalene. ...


  20. sunset blvd.Read the original story

    Monday Mar 6 | Steven Rubio's Online Life

    ... greatest, plays Norma's butler. Granted, it's a much meatier role than DeMille's, but it adds to the way the New Hollywood forgets its past, not just Norma Desmond's, but the great Stroheim as well. (Apparently, Stroheim didn't think much of his ...