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HollywoodNews.com: The 14th Annual Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Awards, presented by Starz, are pleased to announce that Hollywood icon and Academy Award-nominated Sylvester Stallone will receive the “Hollywood Career Achievement Award,” Oscar-winning Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary will be recognized with the “Hollywood Innovator Award,” and director Tom Hooper will be honored with the “Hollywood Director Award” at the Hollywood Awards Gala Ceremony.
“It is a privilege to honor and to celebrate Sylvester Stallone’s extraordinary talent and remarkable career, as well as the great innovative work of Morgan Freeman and Lorie McCreary in the convergence of technology and filmmaking, and the outstanding directing talent of Tom Hooper in his new film “The King’s Speech,” said Carlos de Abreu, Founder of the Hollywood Awards Gala..
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Chicago – The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show is back in Chicago this weekend, September 25th and 26th, and the last time it came around some popular TV stars of the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s participated. Dawn Wells, Willie Aames, James MacArthur and Ken Kercheval were there.
HollywoodChicago talked with them all, and Hc ace photographer Joe Arce put the finishing touch on the interviews with his vivid shots.
The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show is a biannual event where attendees can meet and greet the stars, collect autographs and find cool collectibles at the comprehensive memorabilia market. Click here for details about the show.
Dawn Wells, Mary Ann on Gilligan’s Island
The most famous castaways in television history were only on the air in their original run for three short seasons, 1964-1967, on CBS. But in an explosion of syndicated popularity “Gilligan’s Island” in essence has never left the airwaves. »
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It's not every day you get to meet one of your heroes, let alone three of them. My day of The Expendables is almost indescribable, as my body endlessly pumped out adrenalin in an attempt to keep me conscious.
The press conference took place around noon and, to give you an insight, lasted about half an hour and involves giving a hand gesture to the panel adjudicator at the front, to request a chance to ask a question, much like an auction bid.
The main problem I had was facing off the absolute need to ask questions against the sheer prospect of getting a coherent sentence out in front of Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren and Jason Statham.
With everyone keen to ask questions, you also have to hope »
Can you imagine Sly Stallone playing John Gotti? According to TMZ, the actor is in talks to do just that, playing the notorious mob boss in a new biopic based on the recollections of Gotti's son, "Junior" John, who wanted to attach Stallone.
John Gotti took over as boss of the Gambino crime family after Paul Castellano was murdered. Cocky, loud, and with a flamboyant style, he managed to draw attention to himself, contributing to his own downfall.
In 1992, Gotti was convicted of numerous charges including 13 murders, conspiracy to commit murder, racketeering, and tax evasion. All of the charges lead to the verdict of life in prison without parole. After 10 years incarcerated, Gotti died of throat cancer.
According to the site, the project is far enough in development that a search for a screenwriter is about to begin.
Could this be Stallone's own shot at a Godfather film? It's hard to say, »
4 items from 2010
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