3 items from 2013
Hollywood power attorney Steve Warren delivered another impassioned speech in the name of gay rights at last night’s third leg of the annual GLAAD Media Awards in San Francisco. There he turned his sights again on Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the target of his ire at last month’s La event. Watch Warren’s speech here (full list of GLAAD honorees follow): Golden Gate Award: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (presented by Jennifer Siebel-Newsom) Davidson/Valentini Award: Adam Lambert (presented by Melanie Brown) Corporate Leader Award: San Francisco Giants Outstanding Film – Limited Release: Any Day Now (Music Box Films) [accepted by: writer and director, Travis Fine, with cast member Isaac Leyva] Outstanding Comic Book: Kevin Keller (Archie Comics) [accepted by: writer and artist, Dan Parent] Outstanding Digital Journalism Article: “Why Aren’t We Fighting for CeCe McDonald?” by Marc Lamont Hill (Ebony.com) [accepted by: Marc Lamont Hill] Outstanding Music Artist: Tie: Adam Lambert, Trespassing (19 Recordings, RCA Records) and Frank Ocean, Channel Orange (Def Jam) Outstanding Digital Journalism – Multimedia: “Edie Takes »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Ever since Justin and Selena broke up, it’s been nothing but hardship for the Biebs. An expert tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively that this is one of the most difficult times for the young superstar! Read on for all the Exclusive details.
Relationship expert Dr. Phil Dembo tells HollywoodLife.com Exclusively, “Adolescence is a difficult time as it is but to be Justin Bieber growing up in front of the world is almost impossible without a hiccup or two. Justin’s first love, Selena, not only grounded him, but gave him identity and purpose on a personal intimate level. In the life of a megastar, intimacy, privacy and nurturance is hard to come by. So the breakup for Justin, »
- Sandra Clark
Having recently walked the red carpet at the Berlin Film festival in support of Polish director Danis Tanovic and his film An Episode In The Life Of An Iron Picker, Emraan Hashmi who is currently working with the international director of Oscar winning No Man's Land fame on his first Hollywood project will also share screen-space with iconic bond girl from James Bond's in The Living Daylights.
It's official that Maryan d'Abo the bond girl from the 1987 film has been signed on for the film. Guneet Monga, producer confirms, "Yes, she is doing the film and we are happy to have her on board. At this point,, we can't divulge anything details."
What's confirmed is that Maryan d'Abo was the first choice for the role, and her character is pivotal to the film's narrative. Produced by Anurag Kashyap & Guneet Monga's Sikhya Entertainment, international banner Cinemorphic and Prashita Chaudhary, Danic »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
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