Bachelor in Paradise's New Bartender Revealed to Be a Former Cast Member--and He's Speaking Out

Bachelor in Paradise was set to welcome back a familiar face. Wells Adams, a cast member during the reality hit's third season last summer, was brought in as the new bartender, E! News can exclusive reveal. Multiple sources tell us Wells, the Nashville radio DJ who became a fan-favorite during JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette, was set to replace Jorge Moreno, who was the beloved bartender during season two and three of the spinoff.  And on Monday, following news of production being shut down on the fourth season due to allegations of "misconduct," Wells addressed the situation on Twitter, asking people "not to pass judgment" on the situation. "I've...
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Breakout / Der Mann Ohne Nerven

Charlie Bronson cashed in big with this lightweight action thriller co-starring Jill Ireland and Robert Duvall. Did Duvall get involved because the original concept was a serious look at political scandals between big business, the CIA and Chile? The clues from the real source story are still there.


Region B + A Blu-ray

Koch Media / Explosive Media (De)

1975 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 96 min. / Street Date January 17, 2017 / Der Mann ohne Nerven / Available from Eur 15,99

Starring: Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, Sheree North, John Huston, Jorge Moreno, Paul Mantee, Emilio Fernandez, Alan Vint, Roy Jenson, John Huston.

Cinematography: Lucien Ballard

Editor: Bud Isaacs

Original Music: Jerry Goldsmith

Written by: Howard B. Kreitsek, Marc Norman, Elliott Baker suggested by the book Ten Second Jailbreak by Warren Hinckle, William Turner, Eliot Asinof.

Produced by: Robert Chartoff, Irwin Winkler

Directed by: Tom Gries

Charles Bronson seems to have been an unhappy
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San Sebastian: Feelsales ‘Cooking’ Up First Sales Slate (Exclusive)

San Sebastian– New Spain-based sales agency Feelsales is kicking off its major fest activity with “Cooking Up a Tribute,” the docu-feature which closes San Sebastian Culinary Cinema sidebar next Friday, Sept. 25.

Directed by Luis Gonzalez and Andrea Gomez, “Cooking” turns on the Roca brothers who, based out of El Celler de Can Roca, a three-Michellin-star restaurant in the suburbs of Gerona, northern Catalonia ranked No. 1 in the 2015 edition of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Guide, launch a tour of Latin America to learn about its products and best chefs, export its own philosophy of a mix of traditional produce and high-tech preparation.

Produced by Spain’s third biggest bank Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (Bbva) “Cooking” is the first feature from bank media house Bbva Contenidos. A doc-feature which turns on compelling issues for Latin America, as it faces rampant modernization and globalization, it world-premiered at 2015’s Berlin Fest.

Feelsales has
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New projects hit San Sebastian

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San Sebastian director details “personal obsession” to enhance industry days.

José Luis Rebordinos, director of the San Sebastián Film Festival, has revealed his “personal obsession” with establishing its industry strand a landmark event for the sector.

His statement of intent follows the launch of its industry days on Friday and marks the start of San Sebastian’s Films in Progress section. The strand will feature six unfinished Latin American films seeking finance that will be showcased to international players.

Also launching is the festival’s Co-Production Forum, where 16 projects are introduced to a wide range of producers, sales agents and distributors.

For the first time, both strands have been launched on the same day in a bid to give them a higher profile and an estimated 1,180 industry members have requested accreditation - a boost of more than 10% on 2012.

Bridge to South America

Both industry strands aim to provide a bridge between Europe and Latin America.

Films in Progress
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