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Asia Argento Tells Uma Thurman We 'Need Your Strong Voice' After Her Chilling Response to Weinstein Scandal Goes Viral

Asia Argento Tells Uma Thurman We 'Need Your Strong Voice' After Her Chilling Response to Weinstein Scandal Goes Viral
She’s shared credits with him in seven movies , including her Oscar-nominated role in Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill series. But when it comes to the flood of sexual misconduct allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, Uma Thurman is staying mum… for now.

The 47-year-old actress — who is prepping for her Broadway debut in a new play called The Parisian Woman, written by House of Cards creator Beau Willimon — spoke to Access Hollywood about the Weinstein scandal during a press event back in October.

“I don’t have a tidy soundbite for you, because I have learned, I am
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Longtime Weinstein Collaborator Calls Out Hollywood: Everybody Knew

Longtime Weinstein Collaborator Calls Out Hollywood: Everybody Knew
Scott Rosenberg, a Hollywood producer and screenwriter of movies such as Beautiful Girls, Gone in 60 Seconds, and High Fidelity, wrote a long piece about his old friend and collaborator, Harvey Weinstein. In the long scathing essay, Rosenberg called out everybody in the entertainment business for knowing about his sexual predatory behavior for years and never saying anything. The screenwriter/producer also took time out to apologize for being complicit during all of these years in what has become a major headline across the world over the last few weeks.

Scott Rosenberg took to Facebook earlier this week to not only condemn Harvey Weinstein's behavior, but also call out the entertainment industry for knowing about Weinstein's misconduct for decades, himself included. While Rosenberg claims that people didn't know about heavier accusations, he claims that everybody knew about Harvey Weinstein's aggressive behavior while stating he knew because everybody reportedly talked about it together.
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‘Beautiful Girls’ Screenwriter Scott Rosenberg On Harvey Weinstein: “Everybody-f**king-Knew”

One the questions surrounding the ongoing Harvey Weinstein scandal is how much those around him knew and were complicit in his behavior. There general reaction by those inside and outside his companies — Miramax and The Weinstein Company — has been that they didn’t know the extent of Weinstein’s abuses and assaults, but one screenwriter is suggesting that everyone knew what was going on.

Scott Rosenberg, who penned the Miramax pictures “Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead” and “Beautiful Girls” wrote about his time with Weinstein during the producer and mogul’s ’90s heyday in a since removed (at least from public view) Facebook post.

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Screenwriter’s Harvey Weinstein Confession: ‘Everybody-f—ing-Knew’

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Screenwriter’s Harvey Weinstein Confession: ‘Everybody-f—ing-Knew’
Scott Rosenberg, a screenwriter who has worked on Miramax films such as “Beautiful Girls” and “Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead,” has taken to Facebook to voice his opinions on the Harvey Weinstein scandal that has been rocking Hollywood for the past few weeks. Rosenberg says that he was at Miramax for what he calls the “golden age,” when films like “Pulp Fiction,” “Shakespeare in Love” and “Good Will Hunting” were made and released. He also said that he was young and “sure he had struck gold” by working with the Weinstein brothers, Harvey and Bob. Now,
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‘Picture of Beauty’ Review

Stars: Taylor Sands, Danielle Rose, Pawel Hajnos, Magdalena Bochan-Jachimek, Joanna Mazewska, Joanna Sobocinska, Ernestyna Winnicka, Amer Riad El Muafy, Elen Moore, Frantisek Smejkal | Written by and Directed by Maxim Ford

A voyeuristic, yet sexually repressed painter commissioned by a Madam for her brothel. Two young friends exploring feelings for each other. Corrupt police officers and morally corrupt religious zealots. Arranged marriages. Appreciation for art. Beautiful girls in period dress… It’s almost like De Sade, Franco, Pasolini and Borowczyk are having a brain storm session wherever they ended up after death.

Ok. That’s taking it a bit too far, but I can safely say as a lover of erotic cinema of yesteryear – Maxim Ford’s Picture of Beauty touched me in all of the right places. I should also say that although an explicit film at times, this is not just a piece of exploitative and sordid ‘sinema’. This is an honest,
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Edgar Wright Eyes ‘Grasshopper Jungle’ as Next Feature

With Baby Driver arriving this summer — which looks to be a propulsive and highly entertaining ride — writer-director Edgar Wright is already moving forward with this next project. His attachment was first announced years ago, but according to The Hollywood Reporter, Wright has re-secured the rights (see what I did there?) to an adaptation of Grasshopper Jungle, a young adult novel that charts the coming-of-age and youthful love narrative amidst an apocalypse of unstoppable 6-foot grasshoppers hellbent on destroying humanity.

Now set up at New Regency instead of Sony Pictures, Wright is no stranger to beloved adaptations (Scott Pilgrim vs. the world), nor riotous action with a beating heart (Three Colours Trilogy, the aforementioned comic book adaptation, and seemingly, Baby Driver). What remains to be seen is if the material can be elevated above its target audience to hit cinema-goers as a whole, but let’s be honest, it’s Edgar Wright.
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New to Streaming: ‘Silence,’ ‘Elle,’ ’20th Century Women,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

20th Century Women (Mike Mills)

That emotional profundity most directors try to build to across an entire film? Mike Mills achieves it in every scene of 20th Century Women. There’s such a debilitating warmness to both the vibrant aesthetic and construction of its dynamic characters as Mills quickly soothes one into his story that you’re all the more caught off-guard as the flurry of emotional wallops are presented.
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Sean Kingston Seen Swinging At An Unruly Concertgoer

Video obtained by TMZ shows Sean Kingston swinging at a concertgoer during a performance at Australia’s SinCity Nightclub on Thursday night. Kingston appears to be using his mic to hit the fan who reportedly threw ice at the “Beautiful Girls” singer. Related: Coolio Charged With Felony Firearm Possession The unruly fan was also caught “flipping […]
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Twenty years ago, 'Trainspotting' was a blast of pure punk energy

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Twenty years ago, 'Trainspotting' was a blast of pure punk energy
When I got out of bed today, I moved a soundtrack from my computer to my iPod, and when I got in the car to drive to work, I cranked up Iggy Pop's "Lust For Life" for the first time in a while. As soon as I did, I was hit with a flash of Ewan McGregor, tearing ass down the street, that smile on his face, and I got a full Proustian out-of-body flashback to being in the theater with my friends Pete and Scott and positively levitating out of my chair at the energy of the thing. We were all Danny Boyle fans already from Shallow Grave, but nothing prepared us for Trainspotting. It was one of those seismic movie moments, and it seems impossible to me that it's already been 20 years since it came out. There have been plenty of movies about addiction and drug abuse over the years,
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Beautiful Girls 20 Years Later: Where Is the Cast Now?

Beautiful Girls 20 Years Later: Where Is the Cast Now?
Twenty years ago this week - Feb. 9, 1996 - the romcom-dramedy Beautiful Girls first opened in theaters. The film centers around Willie (Timothy Hutton), who returns home for his high school reunion in a small Massachusetts town. It's funny, it's heartwarming, and it features one of the better ensemble casts of the 1990s. In honor of the film's 20th anniversary, we're pulling out the yearbook and looking up the film's cast to what they've been up to over the past 20 years. Timothy HuttonHutton won Best Supporting Actor in 1981 for Ordinary People when he was only 20. To this day he's the youngest-ever
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Natalie Portman Goes Western in Jane Got a Gun - and 10 Great Roles That Got Her There

Natalie Portman Goes Western in Jane Got a Gun - and 10 Great Roles That Got Her There
This Friday, the Natalie Portman Western Jane Got a Gun hits theaters. The film has Portman playing the all-too-rare Western film heroine - a wife and mother who must fight off a gang of outlaws. (Watch a clip exclusive to People here.) The film, often described as a passion project of Portman's, has been a long time coming. The actress first became attached to the project back in 2012, and various delays held up production. Michael Fassbender, Jude Law and Bradley Cooper were each attached as playing one of the film's two main male characters, but then left due to conflicts
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The X Factor 2015: She's back! See Monica Michael and the other acts in rehearsals for the first live show

She's back! Monica Michael was snapped in rehearsals for The X Factor yesterday after becoming the show's Wildcard this series.

Michael - who was originally sent home after Judges' Houses - was seen performing her rendition of Ed Sheeran's 'Make It Rain'. Oh, and she had time for a hug with mentor Rita Ora, too.

Rita was really dishing out the hugs, as she was also spotted embracing Louisa Johnson - who'll take on 'God Only Knows' as part of this weekend's 'This Is Me' theme.

Elsewhere, she could be seen giving Kiera Weathers a pep talk ahead of her performance of Katy B's 'Crying For No Reason'.

But there was also time for a giggle and some dance practice with Lauren Murray, whose dream of performing a Whitney track on the show will become reality this weekend when she tackles the legend's version of 'I'm Every Woman'.
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The X Factor 2015: What songs will we hear this weekend? Find out All of the acts' choices here

The X Factor kicks off its first live show with a 'This Is Me' theme this weekend and the acts have now revealed the songs they'll be performing on the night.

The Xtra Factor announced that Kiera Weathers will be taking on Katy B's 'Crying for No Reason', while Alien Uncovered will be tackling 'Do It Like a Dude' by Jessie J and 4th Impact will be channelling Ariana Grande for a performance of 'Problem'.

Elsewhere, Bupsi will be singing Marvin Gaye's 'You're a Wonderful One', Seann Miley Moore will take on David Bowie's 'Life on Mars?', and Che Chesterman will be mashing up Amy Winehouse's 'Tears Dry on Their Own' and the classic Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell track 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough'.

Lauren Murray excitedly revealed that she's getting to sing a Whitney Houston song - 'I'm Every Woman' -
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'Jumanji' Remake on Target for Christmas 2016 Release

'Jumanji' Remake on Target for Christmas 2016 Release
Back in August, Sony Pictures issued release dates for a number of high-profile projects, all set to hit theaters between 2016 and 2017. One of those movies is their Jumanji remake, which has been in development for several years, with Zach Helm coming aboard to write the script back in 2012. Today, Deadline reports that the studio has hired screenwriter Scott Rosenberg (Con Air) to rewrite the script in hopes that it makes its announced holiday release next year.

The remake is said to be a high priority for the studio, described as a "re-imagination" of the original 1995 blockbuster Jumanji, which starred Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, Bonnie Hunt and Bebe Neuwirth. The original movie was spawned from the board game and book by writer Chris Van Allsburg (The Polar Express, Zathura). The movie earned a whopping $262.7 million worldwide at the box office, from a $65 million production budget.

Jumanji will hit theaters on Christmas
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"Jumanji" Remake Scheduled For Xmas 2016

Scott Rosenberg ("Gone In Sixty Seconds," "Con Air," "Beautiful Girls") has just been brought onboard to pen a rewrite of the upcoming "Jumanji" reboot at Sony Pictures.

Said to be more a re-imagination of the original Chris Van Allsburg book than a remake of the classic 1995 family film starring Robin Williams, the story will still deal with the concept of a board game that comes to life.

Matt Tolmach and Bill Teitler are producing the project which is a priority for the studio who wants in cinemas by Christmas Day next year. Jeff Pinkner, who recently worked with Rosenberg on CBS' "Zoo" series," will consult on the script.

Source: Deadline
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8 big movies whose scripts dramatically changed

Con Air, Last Action Hero, Brainscan and Die Hard 4.0 could all have been very different films, going by the early drafts of their scripts.

The life of a Hollywood screenwriter might sound like a glamorous one, but it's not all premieres and champagne.

As one of the smaller cogs in an often complex machine, the writer can often find his or her work changed almost beyond recognition by other hands. Such is the case with the following movies, which were all changed quite drastically in one way or another between their original draft and their final cut.

Some scripts were pressed into service as sequels. Some began in one genre and wound up in another. Rather than put together an exhaustive list, we've chosen a few examples of the script changes that intrigued or bemused us most.

Con Air

Nic Cage with lank hair and a thick southern drawl. An
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34 Reasons Natalie Portman Is Seriously the Best

Natalie Portman turns 34 on Tuesday, but the Oscar-winning actress has been appearing on the big and small screens since she was just 13 years old. To celebrate her birthday, we're taking a look back at the actress's most memorable roles on TV and film. She's played a precocious tween in movies like Beautiful Girls, royalty in films like Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace and The Other Boleyn Girl, and tons of other characters over the years, so let's reminisce.
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What do The Goonies look like now? Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Corey Feldman

What do The Goonies look like now? Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Corey Feldman
The Goonies celebrates its 30th birthday today, and even after all these years we still adore this '80s classic.

Rumours have been swirling for some time about a Goonies 2 (make it happen, Hollywood!) with all the original cast returning, so with this in mind we take a trip down memory lane to find out what the stars of the cult classic are doing now.

Sean Astin

Sean Astin played the slightly dorky yet bright, braces-clad Mikey - who attempts to leads his fellow adventurers to One-Eyed Willy's hidden fortune upon his discovery of an old treasure map.

The 44-year-old actor has continued to enjoy movie success with his role as Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Astin also played Lynn McGill in hit Fox TV series 24, provides the voice of Raphael in Nickelodeon's TV version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012), and recently appeared in Guillermo del Toro
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Love Island is back! Meet the 12 sexy singles taking part this series

It feels like we've been waiting forever, but finally Love Island is less than a week away! Yep, the brand new civilian-only reboot of the show begins on Sunday, but if you can't wait that long, you're in luck - we've got our hands on all the info you need about the 12 sexy singles jetting to Mallorca in an attempt to find love. Read on to meet them...

The Girls

Rachel Christie

Age: 26

Job: Former athlete, model, and single mum

Fun fact: She is the niece of Linford Christie

Turn-on: A good personality and a family man ("I tell men straight away that I'm a mum"). Physically: "They have to look good, but I've learned that's not everything. I'd like him to be tall, athletic, not with big muscles but he should work out."

Turn-off: Arrogance, untidiness, men who think they're better than everyone else, and "loud and obnoxious" behaviour.
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