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Wells Fargo Hit With Film-Finance Fraud Suit

21 December 2016 10:41 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Wells Fargo is facing a multimillion-dollar film-finance fraud lawsuit, capping off a 2016 of legal woes for the banking giant. 

British financiers Vandermolen Film Co. and Bridgeworks Media Capital claim Wells Fargo employees conned them into funding bridge loans and they're owed at least $14 million, according to a complaint filed in Florida state court last week.

"Upon information and belief, the brazen and repeated acts of fraud, theft, conversion, and negligence on the part of the Wells Fargo Defendants detailed in this Complaint are the result of systemic defects in the way the Wells Fargo Defendants manage, train, supervise, hire, reward, and »

- Ashley Cullins

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Best and Worst Ads of 2016: Commercials That Look Like TV Shows Captivated and Constipated

19 December 2016 6:14 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Heads of state, titans of the fourth estate and even Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are worked up over the growing prevalence of “fake news.” No one, however, seems much concerned about the widening distribution of “fake content.”

In 2016, so-called fake content has become a very real phenomenon. As the consumer’s power to ignore, skip past, or work around traditional advertising has grown, the people who make commercials and the people who desperately need the money that comes from running commercials have struck a new kind of collaboration. They are teaming up to create ads that look nearly identical to the programming and information that attracts potential customers in the first place.

This isn’t a business shift that started this year, but it’s one that has grown more dominant – and could have severe effects on how we consume video entertainment going forward. Consider the January launch of the comedy series “Angie Tribeca” on Time Warner »

- Brian Steinberg

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The Case of the Hollywood Head: A Murderer Convicted with Only His Victim’s Body Parts

5 December 2016 7:43 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In January of 2012, a severed head was discovered near a wooded trail near the iconic “Hollywood” sign. With the help of a cadaver dog, Los Angeles police found feet and hands about 50 yards away, buried in a shallow grave.

The victim was later identified as 66-year-old Hervey Medellin, a retired Mexicana Airlines clerk and art collector who walked his dog in the same popular park where his body parts were found.

• For more on the case of the Hollywood Head, watch “Hollywood Horror Story” on our 10-part true crime show, People Magazine Investigates, airing Monday nights at 10 p.m. Et »

- cpelisektimeinc

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What Donald Trump as President Could Mean for At&T-Time Warner

8 November 2016 8:51 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

As people across the U.S. assess what Donald Trump's upset victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election means for them, Hollywood and Washington, D.C., woke up Wednesday thinking about the impact the new man in the White House will have on the biggest media deal in years: At&T's planned $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner. At&T CFO John Stephens at a Wells Fargo investor conference on Wednesday was asked about just that, saying: "From a company perspective, we really look forward to working with president-elect Trump and his transition team.” He said Trump's campaign

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Exclusive: Norman Lear Interviewed By Cinema Retro's Eddy Friedfeld

21 October 2016 9:53 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Norman Lear- Just Another Version of You

By Eddy Friedeld

The first two people in my life who taught me to think deeply about social and political issues and argue cogently and passionately for what I believed in were my late father David and Norman Lear.

Lear, the 94-year-old entertainment icon is the subject of a terrific American Masters documentary: Norman Lear- Just Another Version of You, which premieres nationwide Tuesday, October 25, 9-10:30 p.m. on PBS.

Speaking from his home in Los Angeles about both the documentary and his masterful 2014 autobiography, Even This I Get to Experience, he still has an energy level that would put people a quarter of his age to shame.

“People think when you’re over 90 you’ve changed. It’s everyone else who’s changed. Suddenly I’m extremely wise,” Lear says. Charming and reflective, he explains why he wears the »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Hollywood Earnings Season to Show Olympics, Election Effects

19 October 2016 7:54 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The Summer Olympics in Rio, the U.S. election and cord cutting will be among the issues in focus when Hollywood conglomerates report third-quarter earnings over the next couple of weeks. But on earnings conference calls, sector CEOs are also expected to face questions about early-season NFL ratings trends and the outlook for mergers and acquisitions as Viacom and CBS Corp. explore a possible recombination. "Major events clearly skewed this quarter's ad revenue and ratings," wrote Wells Fargo analyst Marci Ryvicker in a preview report. “This was a pretty unusual quarter, with two national political conventions, the

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- Georg Szalai

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TV Review: ‘Vice News Tonight’

10 October 2016 6:29 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The images are scratchy and grainy, but absolutely gripping: Somehow a prisoner in solitary confinement conducts a video chat with a reporter, describing appalling conditions in an Alabama correctional facility that has endured what looks like a state of chaos for months. 

That five-minute segment in the middle of the debut episode of “Vice News Tonight,” a new weeknight program airing on HBO and available on all its platforms, shows the promise of this new alliance between an old-media giant and the upstart Vice News organization. Antonia Hylton’s report on the strike at Holman Prison and the conditions for inmates throughout the state is thorough and fair: She also talks to a former guard at the prison, who describes how difficult it was to keep order in the understaffed facility. Other sources and information-gathering bolsters her report, which means that its centerpiece — the interview with the prisoner — is far from a sensationalist detail. It »

- Maureen Ryan

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‘Vice News Tonight’ Review: No Anchor, No News Desk, No Revolution

10 October 2016 5:52 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

No time for the news? Then “Vice News Tonight” is for you.

While not as catchy as “the first modern news show,” the above tagline could certainly apply to the premiere episode of “Vice News Tonight.” Moving along at rapid speed with constantly shifting graphics, HBO’s debut half-hour glazed over most of its content in favor of covering a wide swath of topics. So fast were the reports thrown at the audience, “Vice News Tonight” didn’t even have time for an anchor. No one sat behind a desk. No one cracked wise. And no revolution occurred.

…yet.

Read More: John Oliver Takes on Guantánamo in ‘Last Week Tonight’ Screed About the Controversial Military Prison — Watch

To be fair, “Vice News Tonight” — despite a name with a similar ring to “Last Week Tonight” — is not trying to be funny. In the modern news world, there remains a void Jon Stewart »

- Ben Travers

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‘Vice News Tonight’ Review: No Anchor, No News Desk, No Revolution

10 October 2016 5:52 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

No time for the news? Then “Vice News Tonight” is for you.

While not as catchy as “the first modern news show,” the above tagline could certainly apply to the premiere episode of “Vice News Tonight.” Moving along at rapid speed with constantly shifting graphics, HBO’s debut half-hour glazed over most of its content in favor of covering a wide swath of topics. So fast were the reports thrown at the audience, “Vice News Tonight” didn’t even have time for an anchor. No one sat behind a desk. No one cracked wise. And no revolution occurred.

…yet.

Read More: John Oliver Takes on Guantánamo in ‘Last Week Tonight’ Screed About the Controversial Military Prison — Watch

To be fair, “Vice News Tonight” — despite a name with a similar ring to “Last Week Tonight” — is not trying to be funny. In the modern news world, there remains a void Jon Stewart »

- Ben Travers

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Lin-Manuel Miranda Amazes, Astonishes in Trump-Heavy Episode

9 October 2016 8:21 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Last Week’S Review: Margot Robbie Hosts the Premiere of America’s Rebuilding Season

After a reasonably strong outing last week, “Saturday Night Live” returned this week with first-time host Lin-Manuel Miranda and musical guest twenty one pilots. The multiple Tony award-winner met, if not exceeded, expectations as #SNLinManuel soared through sketches with fresh energy and a glimmer in the cast’s collective eye. Even Miranda’s bumpers were adorable! Unsurprisingly, this particular episode was super-saturated with music and culture references, but it offered a fair amount of pointed political commentary as well. Let’s dive in.

Cold Open: VP Debate/Latest Trump Controversy

The cold open this week was exceptional. Kicking off with “an encore presentation” of last week’s Vice Presidential debate, the evening opened on new cast member Melissa Villaseñor addressing the audience directly. It’s difficult to think of any other example of “SNL” breaking the fourth wall, »

- Sophy Ziss

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Review: Lin-Manuel Miranda Amazes, Astonishes in Trump-Heavy Episode

9 October 2016 8:21 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Week’S Review: Margot Robbie Hosts the Premiere of America’s Rebuilding Season

After a reasonably strong outing last week, “Saturday Night Live” returned this week with first-time host Lin-Manuel Miranda and musical guest twenty one pilots. The multiple Tony award-winner met, if not exceeded, expectations as #SNLinManuel soared through sketches with fresh energy and a glimmer in the cast’s collective eye. Even Miranda’s bumpers were adorable! Unsurprisingly, this particular episode was super-saturated with music and culture references, but it offered a fair amount of pointed political commentary as well. Let’s dive in.

Cold Open: VP Debate/Latest Trump Controversy

The cold open this week was exceptional. Kicking off with “an encore presentation” of last week’s Vice Presidential debate, the evening opened on new cast member Melissa Villaseñor addressing the audience directly. It’s difficult to think of any other example of “SNL” breaking the fourth wall, »

- Sophy Ziss

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Hosts SNL: Watch Video of the Best and Worst Sketches

8 October 2016 10:20 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The way this presidential campaign has been going, do we even need Saturday Night Live to parody it anymore?

It’s been a crazy week of political bombshells — hey, seen any good Donald Trump videos lately? — and the SNL writers had to be licking their chops at the thought of tearing into all the scandals. Plus, this week’s host was Lin-Manuel Miranda, who gave us all a U.S. history lesson in the Broadway sensation Hamilton, so he’s used to dealing with very extreme political situations. (At least we haven’t seen a pistol duel to the death… »

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David Hutkin Promoted to Weinstein Company CFO

3 October 2016 12:24 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

David Hutkin has been promoted to chief financial officer of The Weinstein Company.

Hutkin has served since 2010 as executive vice president of strategic initiatives, investments, and banking. In his new assignment, he will oversee the company’s finance division and report to co-chairmen Harvey and Bob Weinstein, and to company president David Glasser.

Hutkin replaces Andy Kim, who is leaving The Weinstein Company to take on the CFO post at Participant Media. Kim had served as Weinstein’s CFO since 2010 and joined the company five years before that.

Hutkin will work out of The Weinstein Company’s Los Angeles office. According to the company announcement, Hutkin has worked with many banks and investors to help develop strategic partnerships and other arrangements to promote financial growth. The movies “Southpaw” and the upcoming “The Boys in the Boat,” and the TV shows “The Mist” and “Marco Polo” are among the projects he has helped secure financing for. »

- James Rainey

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Weinstein Co Promotes David Hutkin to CFO

3 October 2016 12:14 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

David Hutkin has been named chief financial officer of The Weinstein Company. Hutkin has served as TWC’s Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Investments, and Banking since 2010. At Weinstein, Hutkin negotiated and secured financing for films such as “Southpaw” and “Boys in the Boat,” as well as for Weinstein Television’s projects “The Mist” and “Marco Polo.” Before joining the company, Hutkin spent 15 years in entertainment financing for various banks, including First California Bank, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Icb Entertainment Finance and The Lewis Horwitz Organization. Also Read: Jay Z Signs Overall TV, Film Deal With Weinstein Company “Working at TWC has been. »

- Matt Pressberg

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Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements Proposes All-Stock Viacom, CBS Merger

29 September 2016 5:20 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Sumner Redstone’s National Amusements holding company has formally asked the boards of Viacom and CBS Corp. to consider an all-stock merger proposal.

National Amusements sent a letter Thursday morning to board members of both companies, which are controlled by Redstone.

The move had been expected after months of maneuvering at Viacom and signals in recent weeks that Redstone and his daughter, Viacom and CBS vice chairman Shari Redstone, were eyeing a recombination of the companies that merged in 2000 but were split up in 2006.

The letter makes it clear that National Amusements is not open to considering merger offers with outside companies for either Viacom and CBS Corp., a statement that essentially shuts down alternative M&A growth scenarios for both companies. There has been increasing chatter about the potential of a CBS Corp. – Time Warner tie-up, but Redstone’s letter quashes that prospect, at least for now.

A big part of the impetus to bring the »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Gunman Fatally Shot After Injuring at Least 6 People At Houston Strip Mall

26 September 2016 6:10 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

An "active shooter" in Houston who shot at least six people was fatally shot by officers, police announced. The injured victims, shot near Wesleyan Street and Bissonnet Street, were transported to area hospitals, police announced. Active shooter scene still active but contained. Suspect Doa. Media staging area at Wells Fargo parking lot at 3900 Bissonnett & Weslayan.— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) September 26, 2016 A bomb squad is now searching the suspect's vehicle, police announced. One witness, Antwon Wilson, told ABC 13 that he was caught in the crossfire. "I literally heard the gunshots past my face," Wilson told the station. "It's a hard pill to swallow. »

- Greg Hanlon, @GregHanlon

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[Tiff Review] Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

16 September 2016 9:02 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Steve James’ filmography has long been about finding entry into larger conversations through intimate portraits. The director’s landmark debut, Hoop Dreams, and latter-day efforts like 2014’s monument to critic Roger Ebert, Life Itself, don’t have much in common on the surface, but they both use their central characters to tell larger stories about big picture topics like structural dysfunction and the purpose of film criticism.

That double purpose is the quiet genius of James’ latest documentary, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail. The central story recounts the stranger-than-fiction courtroom saga of Abacus Federal Savings Bank, a family-owned Chinatown bank that is still the only bank indicted in the aftermath of the 2008 American financial crisis. But James’ priorities are less about the courtroom minutiae than the case’s reverberations through the owner Thomas Sung, his family, and their misunderstood immigrant community.

What’s compelling about the case is not whether Abacus is innocent or guilty, »

- Michael Snydel

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Drake Slams Rapper Meek Mill: ‘You Not Really From Philly’

22 August 2016 8:50 AM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

Drake revisited his feud with rapper Meek Mill while performing in Philadelphia on Sunday night. While performing his hit song “Back To Back” at the Wells Fargo Centre as part of his Summer Sixteen Tour, the Toronto native took a jab at Philadelphia’s own Meek Mill, changing the lyrics to his infamous diss track with the […] »

- Cat Williams

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These Photos of Bill and Hillary Playing With Balloons Will Inspire You to Live Your Best Life

29 July 2016 1:10 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

The Democratic National Convention wrapped up on Thursday night in Philadelphia with electrifying speeches from Chelsea Clinton, Rep. Joyce Beatty, and presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. After bringing the crowd to tears with her history-making moment, Hillary joined her family and running mate Tim Kaine for what may have been the most epic balloon party that a political event has ever seen. Seriously, we don't know what kind of budget was set aside for those giant, star-spangled balls, but they were amazing - and everyone in the Wells Fargo Arena was going nuts. Perhaps having the most fun was former President Bill Clinton, who was living his best life while chasing the balloons around on stage, kicking them into the audience, and even snagging one for himself as a souvenir. No matter which side of the aisle you're on politically, you have to admit: there's no better way to celebrate shattering »

- Brittney Stephens

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10 Biggest Winners and Losers From the Democratic National Convention

29 July 2016 10:43 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Philadelphia — Journalists who trekked to both conventions knew that the atmosphere of each party gathering would be different — what they didn’t expect was how much different they would be.

So much of the story at the Republican Convention was who wasn’t there; for the Democrats, the reverse was true, as the concern was whether the prelude to Hillary Clinton’s moment would be upstaged by President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, First Lady Michelle Obama, and others.

All of this may not matter in the long run, even if Donald Trump is well attuned to star power and celebrity (two years ago he actually tweeted dating advice to Katy Perry). Trump is running an anti-establishment campaign — and he’ll probably play up that fact in the coming days.

But from the angle of showmanship, this was a very successful convention, with some exceptions.

Winners.

1. Michelle Obama. Her speech on Monday, in »

- Ted Johnson and Ramin Setoodeh

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