Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Rob Reiner: Hollywood no longer makes movies about real people
Rob Reiner: "I love acting; it's fun. I don't have any responsibilities. If it's no good, it's not my fault! You know, if it stinks, I didn't do it. To me, acting is like a party. It's like a fun thing to do. You don't have to worry. You don't have to agonize about anything."
Director Jonathan Demme condemns Israel's horrendous use of force (video)
Silence of the Lambs director Jonathan Demme does not approve of Israel's invasion of the Gaza Strip. He said: “I know that I am not anti-Semitic.
Joy Behar does not want Sarah Palin on The View: she should say Bye-Bye and disappear
Joy Behar, 71, was asked about rumors that former Governor Sarah Palin may be in consideration to join The View with Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg. Behar rolled her eyes and then let loose with the insults.
Woody Allen: I firmly believe - and I don't say this as a criticism - that life is meaningless
Woody Allen: I'm not alone in thinking this. There have been many great minds far, far superior to mine that have come to that conclusion.
The Best Man threequel is announced by Universal
Malcolm D. Lee is back to write and direct the third film in The Best Man series, which Universal has titled and slated for April 15, 2016.
Quote of the day
Rob Reiner

"Hollywood make three types of movies and if you don't make one of those three, you have to find independent financing: It's either big action superhero tent-pole thing or it's an animated film or it's an R-rated, raunchy sex comedy. They don't make movies about real people."

New York Daily News
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