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Akira and Studio Ghibli Animator Makiko Futaki Passes Away

4 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Celebrated animator Makiko Futaki passed away at 57 on May 13th, following what The Hollywood Reporter describes as an "unspecified illness." Now, she's being remembered for her contributions to countless mold-breaking films.

Angela Paton, ‘Groundhog Day’ And ‘The Wedding Singer’ Actress, Dead At 86

Actress Angela Paton, known for starring in such movies as Groundhog Day and The Wedding Singer has died at the age of 86. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Paton passed away Thursday in Oakland, California. The report states that the longtime actress had been in hospice care after suffering a heart attack recently. Show More Summary

How Will I Know? IRS Claims Whitney Houston's Estate Undervalued Her Right Of Publicity By $11.5 Million

Following up on my previous posts (links below) on the IRS's battle with the estate of Michael Jackson over the value of the singer's publicity rights: Hollywood Reporter, Whitney Houston Estate Challenges $11 Million Tax Bill: The heirs of late pop star Whitney Houston are now in Tax Court over...

Hodor’s Death Had To Happen For Bran To Realize Consequences Of His ‘Boredom’ Says ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Kristian Nairn

Many are still recovering from Hodor’s death in Game of Thrones. The beloved servant had a painful demise as Wights clawed onto him but viewers lauded him as he died while protecting Bran. Kristian Nairn told The Hollywood Reporter that his character’s death was a risky move that truly paid off. Show More Summary

Corey Feldman Opens Up About Pedophilia In Hollywood And Corey Haim’s Rape

Corey Feldman recently opened up in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter about the prevalence of child abuse and molestation in Hollywood. He spoke of parties being held where children were stalked and groomed to become future victims. Show More Summary

Why It Makes Sense to End theTrue Detective Franchise

This article originally appeared in Vulture. Time may be a flat circle, but apparently said circle may have been completed when it comes to True Detective. Per The Hollywood Reporter, it now seems likely that series creator Nic Pizzolatto’s next project for HBO will be something completely new rather than a third season of the crime franchise. Show More Summary

B.B. King's Massive Estate Fight Is Turning Into A Bloodbath!

It's so sad to see a family in turmoil! According to The Hollywood Reporter, B.B. King's eleven children are fighting the late singer's estate trustee for LOTS of money. The children allege their father's net worth is between $30 million and $40 million. Related: B.B. King's Top 10 Most Memorable Songs What's especially crazy about this situation is, [...]

Corey Feldman on Hollywood Child Abuse: ‘They Were Passing Us Back and Forth’

A few days after Elijah Wood told the Sunday Times that many of his peers were "preyed upon" by powerful child molesters in Hollywood, Corey Feldman has spoken to The Hollywood Reporter about his own experiences with sex abuse in the industry. "Ask anybody in our group of kids at ... More »

Why It Makes Sense to End the True Detective Franchise

Time may be a flat circle, but apparently said circle may have been completed when it comes to True Detective. Per The Hollywood Reporter, it now seems likely that series creator Nic Pizzolatto’s next project for HBO will be something completely new rather than a third season of the crime ... More »

Rila Fukushima Joins Scarlett Johansson in 'GHOST IN THE SHELL'

According to The Hollywood Reporter, “THE WOLVERINE” actress Rila Fukushima has joined Scarlett Johansson in Dreamworks’ “GHOST IN THE SHELL.” Fukushima joins a cast that includes Michael Pitt, Juliette Binoche, Michael Wincott, Pilou Asbaek, and Takeshi Kitano. Show More Summary

Stephen King’s ‘Mr. Mercedes’ Miniseries Confirmed With Superstar Directors And Actors

The Hollywood Reporter recently revealed that David E. Kelley is finally ready to start filming a long-awaited screen adaptation of Stephen King’s hardboiled crime novel, Mr. Mercedes. The series will consist of 10 episodes and will air in 2018 on AT&T’s Uverse streaming service in addition to DirecTV. Show More Summary

"Roots" Remake Gets the Drudge Treatment

This week's Hollywood Reporter features a 4,000-word cover story about A&E's remake of Roots. About halfway through, reporter Marisa Guthrie inserts this brief sentence: The original Roots has its deficiencies. It hasn't aged well at all; Burton admits that it feels "dated." At times, it's also overly sentimental and historically dubious. Show More Summary

CBS Officially Cancels Drama

Despite having delayed-viewing numbers that were strong, CBS has canceled the drama “Limitless.” Writes Lesley Goldberg for The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed blog, “Days after CBS president Glenn Geller told reporters that producers were trying to find a home for the...

HBO’s Valiant New Head of Programming Probably Won’t Greenlight a Third Season of ‘True Detective’

It may be time to stop brainstorming fantasy castings for the next season of True Detective. According to a Hollywood Reporter profile of HBO’s new head of programming, Casey Bloys, there probably won’t be a third season. Instead, according...Show More Summary

A third season of 'True Detective' is probably not happening

Could the once-promising anthology franchise "True Detective" recapture its former glory? Its network may not care to find out. According to The Hollywood Reporter's sources inside HBO, the pay network is leaning toward passing on a third season of the series. That doesn't mean its relationship with the show's creator, Nic Pizzolatto, would end. Show More Summary

Newswire: Hey Hulu: The cast of Happy Endings has some ideas for a new season

The cast of the critically-acclaimed but short-lived ABC sitcom Happy Endings reunited at last weekend’s Vulture Festival in New York to reminisce about their much-missed series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, creator David Caspe...Show More Summary

HBO Names New Head of Programming

Following the sudden exit late last week of Michael Lombardo as HBO programming chief, the pay-cable channel has named Casey Bloys as president of programming, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “The shakeup, which left many of HBO’s top producers blindsided,...

Elijah Wood Walks Back Statements, Has No 'Firsthand Experience' of Hollywood Child Abuse

Elijah Wood made international headlines earlier his week after chatting with The Sunday Times about the “evil secret” of child predators in Hollywood. But in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Wood clarified that his remarksShow More Summary

Why Did Bernie Sanders Drop a Hollywood Celebrity From the Speaker Lineup?

A Hollywood celebrity who has endorsed the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign was “uninvited” after being slated to introduce Sanders on a campaign stop in East Los Angeles. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Sanders campaign made a last-minute decision to...

Inspirational Person Shonda Rhimes Is in Talks to Produce a Movie About Inspirational People, the Dare Divas

Shonda Rhimes, a woman who spent a year saying yes to things, might say yes to producing a movie about other women who've been saying yes. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Rhimes is in talks to produce a movie based on the Dare Divas, four women from Detroit who banded together after ... More »

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