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Disney makes 'Secret' its first Chinese co-production

14 December 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

BEIJING -- Walt Disney Studios is co-producing a film in China for the first time in a move that signals the company's latest attempt to tap the country's potentially huge entertainment market, Disney executives said Wednesday at trade show CineAsia. The live-action Chinese-language film, The Secret of the Magic Gourd, makes Disney just the third Hollywood studio, after Warner Bros. and Sony's Columbia, to produce a film in partnership with players from China's growing industry. Disney's partners in the film version of the 1958 children's book are state-run China Film Group Corp. and Hong Kong special effects house Centro Digital Pictures, best known for work on Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill. »

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BSkyB announces HDTV versions of Sky channels

21 November 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

LONDON -- BSkyB will launch high definition versions of Sky One, Sky Sports, Sky Movies and Artsworld "early" next year, the satcaster said Monday. BSkyB will woo viewers to the more expensive service with HD versions of Spider-Man 2, Kil Bill: Vol 1 and 24, as well as premier league soccer and arts programming. »

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Nmff: Day 2

20 September 2005 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- A History of Violence While this film looks more like a Tarantino insane murder spree fresco a la Kill Bill rather than a Cronenberg film, this is a pure feast for the extravagant and the exquisite just like Cronenber's previous films. God knows how he does it, but Cronenberg has been attracting major commercial actors for his latest projects (Ralph Fiennes, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Don McKellar, ...). This time it's Viggo Mortensen (Lotr) and the sublime Maria Bello (Assault on Precinct 13) who play the lead roles and this casting choice couldn't have been better. Their roles fit them like a glove and they make the perfect twisted Cronenbergian couple on the blood-shattered silver screen. Every second of this film is enjoyable; especially the few violent scenes that made the few women present at the screening react very loudly. Awesome. Le Fil à la Patte (The Art of Breaking »

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Cameras roll on 'Treasure'

5 September 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

MOSCOW -- Russia's latest Hollywood co-production aimed at an international audience begins shooting in Moscow this week, producer Czar Pictures said Monday. Treasure Hunters, an adventure movie starring David Carradine (Kill Bill) and Russian bodybuilder Alexander Nevsky, is scheduled to shoot in and around Moscow for four weeks. Directed by Brent Huff (100 Mile Rule) and produced by Nevsky and Robert Madrid -- who also stars -- the film is the third foray into Hollywood co-productions by the company and follows Michael York-starrer Moscow Heat two years ago. The company's second film, Time of Change, directed by Alexander Izotov, starred Mariel Hemingway. »

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Vivica Blasts Talk Show Host

1 September 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Kill Bill beauty Vivica A. Fox informed comedian Jimmy Kimmel he'd get his "a*s kicked" on Tuesday night, after he made fun of one of her close pals on his chat show. On his late-night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live has long poked fun at U.S. TV personality Star Jones Reynolds' weight and November marriage to investment banker Al Reynolds. And Fox, who served as a bridesmaid at the New York nuptials, was particularly disgusted when Kimmel continued his tirade of jokes at her pal's expense once she arrived on the stage. After greeting Kimmel's jokes about Jones Reynolds with frosty silence, the comedian noted, "We're off to a bad start... Maybe this will be on one of those DVDs 20 years from now. Great uncomfortable moments." Fox, ex-girlfriend of 50 Cent, responded, "We usually have really great comical moments, but that's my friend and I love her... It's not funny to me, so let's start over." But things failed to improve - when Kimmel suggested that he, Fox, Jones Reynolds and her husband get together, she responded, "You would get your a*s kicked... I would have to take off my shoe and beat you down, brother!" The interview ended soon afterwards. »

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Liu Considered for New Charlie Chan Movie

31 July 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Asian-American actress Lucy Liu is being lined up to star in a Hollywood revival of the 1930s Charlie Chan films. The Kill Bill star has agreed to play the famous mustachioed detective's grand-daughter in a reprise of the classic murder mysteries. A movie insider says, "With Lucy on board, the feeling is this could be a real hit. There's even talk of a new actor taking on the role of the original Charlie Chan for a cameo appearance." The original Chan character was played by Swedish actor Warner Oland - a casting which was criticized because Orland was not of Chinese descent. »

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Hannah Sued by Top PR Firm

10 June 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Kill Bill star Daryl Hannah is being sued by her former public relations firm, for non-payment of services. Bosses at Los Angeles' agency Rogers & Cowan claim they're partly responsible for the actress' recent movie comeback - but they haven't been paid for their efforts to put her back in the spotlight. In legal papers, obtained by US news show Celebrity Justice, the PR firm's lawyers claim they entered into an agreement with Hannah to promote her just before Kill Bill Vol. 1 was released. The two parties agreed a fee of $3,000-per-month plus expenses, but the PR company's bosses claim they were never paid. In the legal papers, they state they sent Hannah a bill for $64,000 but were paid just $7,000. But Hannah's manager insists his client only agreed to pay Rogers & Cowan for the months where she used their services, and she always paid up. »

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'Sith' still the master of int'l boxoffice

6 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

SYDNEY -- Sin City had its way in Italy this weekend but failed to topple Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith in the U.K. and France in a battle for key European territories this weekend. According to estimates, Robert Rodriguez's stylized collaboration with comicmeister Frank Miller earned about $8.3 million on 1,420 screens in five countries for a solid start to its international run that is sure to please executives at Miramax. The noir adaptation of Miller's stories opened to an estimated $3.9 million in the U.K. on 450 screens. Although second behind Sith, this is nonetheless Rodriguez's biggest result in Britain, almost triple that of Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Sin City took about $2.3 million from 500 screens in France, comparable to the performance of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 but trailing Vol. 1's $3.1 million. In Italy, Sin City kicked in at No. 1, earning about $1.8 million from 400 screens, a figure 10% bigger than Kill Bill-Vol 1 and 15% up on Vol. 2. Sith was again the No. 1 picture internationally during the weekend with $36.5 million on 9,200 screens, a boxoffice drop of 40%. This brings the international cume to about $308 million. »

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'Sith' still the master of int'l boxoffice

6 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

SYDNEY -- Sin City had its way in Italy this weekend but failed to topple Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith in the U.K. and France in a battle for key European territories this weekend. According to estimates, Robert Rodriguez's stylized collaboration with comicmeister Frank Miller earned about $8.3 million on 1,420 screens in five countries for a solid start to its international run that is sure to please executives at Miramax. The noir adaptation of Miller's stories opened to an estimated $3.9 million in the U.K. on 450 screens. Although second behind Sith, this is nonetheless Rodriguez's biggest result in Britain, almost triple that of Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Sin City took about $2.3 million from 500 screens in France, comparable to the performance of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 but trailing Vol. 1's $3.1 million. In Italy, Sin City kicked in at No. 1, earning about $1.8 million from 400 screens, a figure 10% bigger than Kill Bill-Vol 1 and 15% up on Vol. 2. Sith was again the No. 1 picture internationally during the weekend with $36.5 million on 9,200 screens, a boxoffice drop of 40%. This brings the international cume to about $308 million. »

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'Sith' still the master of int'l b.o.

5 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

SYDNEY -- Sin City had its way in Italy this weekend but failed to topple Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith in the U.K. and France in a battle for key European territories this weekend. According to estimates, Robert Rodriguez's stylized collaboration with comicmeister Frank Miller earned about $8.3 million on 1,420 screens in five countries for a solid start to its international run that is sure to please executives at Miramax. The noir adaptation of Miller's stories opened to an estimated $3.9 million in the U.K. on 450 screens. Although second behind Sith, this is nonetheless Rodriguez's biggest result in Britain, almost triple that of Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Sin City took about $2.3 million from 500 screens in France, comparable to the performance of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 but trailing Vol. 1's $3.1 million. In Italy, Sin City kicked in at No. 1, earning about $1.8 million from 400 screens, a figure 10% bigger than Kill Bill-Vol 1 and 15% up on Vol. 2. Sith was again the No. 1 picture internationally during the weekend with $36.5 million on 9,200 screens, a boxoffice drop of 40%. This brings the international cume to about $308 million. »

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'Sith' still the master of int'l b.o.

5 June 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

SYDNEY -- Sin City had its way in Italy this weekend but failed to topple Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith in the U.K. and France in a battle for key European territories this weekend. According to estimates, Robert Rodriguez's stylized collaboration with comicmeister Frank Miller earned about $8.3 million on 1,420 screens in five countries for a solid start to its international run that is sure to please executives at Miramax. The noir adaptation of Miller's stories opened to an estimated $3.9 million in the U.K. on 450 screens. Although second behind Sith, this is nonetheless Rodriguez's biggest result in Britain, almost triple that of Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Sin City took about $2.3 million from 500 screens in France, comparable to the performance of Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill-Vol. 2 but trailing Vol. 1's $3.1 million. In Italy, Sin City kicked in at No. 1, earning about $1.8 million from 400 screens, a figure 10% bigger than Kill Bill-Vol 1 and 15% up on Vol. 2. Sith was again the No. 1 picture internationally during the weekend with $36.5 million on 9,200 screens, a boxoffice drop of 40%. This brings the international cume to about $308 million. »

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Weinsteins' 'godfathers' set to 'Grind'

26 May 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Quentin Tarantino, whose Pulp Fiction helped turn Miramax Films into a powerhouse, and Robert Rodriguez, whose Spy Kids movies have been a lucrative franchise for Miramax's genre arm Dimension, are teaming up to make a film for Bob and Harvey Weinstein's new Weinstein Co. The film is scheduled for a spring 2006 release as part of a rapidly evolving release slate, further details of which the Weinsteins announced Wednesday. Tarantino and Rodriguez will each write and direct a 60-minute horror film, and the two films will be packaged together under the overall title Grind House. The film, which is planned for a spring 2006 release, also will include its own trailers, bonus materials and added extras from other filmmakers that will be packaged together between the two horror flicks in a tribute to the old, big-city movie houses like those on New York's 42nd Street that earned the moniker grindhouses for programming genre pics back to back. An aficionado of grindhouse, Tarantino sampled grindhouse genres in his recent Kill Bill films. He said Grind House could be the first in a series of films. In a statement, the Weinsteins said, "We couldn't imagine anything more exciting than a film being made together by the two godfathers of our companies, Quentin and Robert." »

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Sin City

26 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Sin City is film noir amped like nobody's business. Imagine the perverse fiction of Jim Thompson and Cornell Woolrich crossed with S&M/fetish art and the exaggerated bravado and punchy prose of Pulp Fiction and you're halfway there. Lifted almost intact from the graphic novels of Frank Miller, the movie is a directorial collaboration between Miller and innovative filmmaking maverick Robert Rodriguez. The comic book's style and substance get transferred directly to the screen through the digital cinematography and greenscreen technique Rodriguez pioneered in his Spy Kids series, right down to the silhouetted, black-and-white cityscape, absurd caricatures and stylized violence.

The movie depicts what pulp fiction writers only imply and suggest. You're trapped in a world of venality, unbridled lust and depravity. Everything here -- bondage, torture, castration, dismemberment, cannibalism -- is a big joke. And authority figures, be it cop, clergy or government official, are debased and decadent. It's a movie designed to appeal almost exclusively to young males, say 13 to 30. The relentless carnage, cartoonish as it is, might put off women, who in the movie are either victims or, conversely, psycho-killer sluts. However, Sin City is not so much misogynistic as misanthropic. Boxoffice should be substantial, but there's not enough here to approach Pulp Fiction or Kill Bill numbers.

The major problem is that after about 10 minutes, you've seen all the movie's tricks. The look is hypnotic yet never changes. Repetition is the order of the day. And the cartoon savagery grows tiresome. Where films by Quentin Tarantino -- who reportedly was paid a dollar to oversee one sequence here as a "special guest director" -- attain, arguably, the status of cinematic literature, Sin City remains mired in pulp. Certainly, pessimism, even nihilism, runs throughout literature and cinema. But here the attitude feels inauthentic, more a pose of ersatz hipness than sincere conviction.

Rodriguez cherry-picks from three Sin City stories plus an opening scene between Josh Hartnett and Marley Shelton that sets the film's tone and tenor. The stories are told in order, but there is slight interplay among the three.

On his last day on the job, embattled John Hartigan (Bruce Willis), the last honest cop in Basin City, must battle a bum ticker and his corrupt partner (Michael Madsen) to rescue 11-year-old Nancy (Makenzie Vega) from the clutches of the sadistic son (Nick Stahl) of a senator. In a passage that takes place eight years later, Nancy morphs into a curvaceous Jessica Alba.

A Beauty and the Beast yarn has mountainous and hairy ex-con Marv (Mickey Rourke buried in prosthetics) take home a goddess named Goldie (Jaime King). She is murdered while he sleeps. Marv vows revenge, rampaging through the entire police force, gangsters and tough-as-nails hookers to get at the perp.

Finally, there is Dwight (Clive Owen), a rough-at-the-edges PI who gets mixed up in the murder of a predatory cop Benicio Del Toro). This threatens to shatter the truce between Basin City police and prostitutes headed by tough-girl Gail (Rosario Dawson), who take care of business in Old Town.

Outfitted in extreme makeup, prosthetics and scars, actors stride through this adult fantasyland with mock belligerence. Many of Hollywood's top young talent turn up -- Brittany Murphy, Elijah Wood, Devon Aoki, Carla Gugino, Alexis Bledel. Women are nearly all babes with breasts either exposed or popping out of bodices while derrieres peek through fishnet stockings and garters. Guys dress in leather, T-shirts and trench coats to slip down dark streets and alleys.

The drawings that make up the production design are of a forbidding metropolis, mostly in black and white so that blood spurts from bodies like milk from a cow. Color highlights key objects -- a bright red lipstick and dress or locks of shiny gold. Dialogue is purple: "She smells like an angel ought to smell" or "I ain't playing hard to get -- I'm impossible to get!"

Sin City is eye-popping yet ultimately thin and shallow as a page in a graphic novel. It's a fiction built on fiction and fantasy based on sexual kinks. The appeal is visceral yet condescending. It's mere exploitation designed to look hip and cutting-edge. Every character is essentially the same, and the stories are interchangeable. The film's mantra -- "Walk down the right back alley in Sin City and you can find anything" -- rings false. You always find the same damn thing.

SIN CITY

Dimension Films

Troublemaker Studios

Credits:

Directors/screenwriters/production designers: Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller

Based on the graphic novels by: Frank Miller

Producers: Robert Rodriguez, Frank Miller, Elizabeth Avellan

Executive producers: Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein

Director of photography/editor: Robert Rodriguez

Music: Robert Rodriguez, John Debney, Grame Revell

Costumes: Nina Procter

Cast:

Nancy: Jessica Alba

Jackie Boy: Benicio Del Toro

Shellie: Brittany Murphy

Dwight: Clive Owen

Marv: Mickey Rourke

Hartigan: Bruce Willis

Kevin: Elijah Wood

Gail: Rosario Dawson

Manute: Michael Clarke Duncan

Bob: Michael Madsen

Lucille: Carla Gugino

Goldie: Jaime King

Roarke Jr.: Nick Stahl

Miho: Devon Aoki

Becky: Alexis Bledel

Cardinal Roark: Rutger Hauer

Senator Roark: Powers Boothe

MPAA rating R

Running time -- 124 minutes »

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Glickman, Bender headed to China forum

26 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

BEIJING -- Motion Picture Association head Dan Glickman and Kill Bill producer Lawrence Bender will come to China to speak at a cultural roundtable at the ninth annual Fortune Global Forum, from May 16-18, Time Warner said Monday. A panel called "Film and Entertainment in Today's China" will see Bender joined by Raymond Chow, co-founder of leading Hong Kong production and distribution entity Golden Harvest Entertainment, according to Fortune Magazine. Also slated to participate are Chinese media regulator Zhao Shi, vice minister of the State Administration for Radio, Film and Television, and MTV China's managing director, Li Yifei. »

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Hawke Nervous About Thurman Watching His Play

19 April 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actor Ethan Hawke is hoping Uma Thurman doesn't turn up to see him in his Broadway play Hurlyburly - because his character says a lot of harsh things about his ex-wife. The Training Day star, who co-stars with Parker Posey in the New York City production, split with Kill Bill beauty Thurman in 2003, and admits it would be a highly uncomfortable situation if she decided to show up for one of his shows. Hawke says, "I would love to have her come, but she hasn't come and I don't think she should. My character rants so much about his ex-wife that I think it would make the audience so uncomfortable, or at least the 10 people sitting near her. She's so tall, and everybody would be looking at her. Every night, sometimes when the house isn't very responsive, that's the first thing that goes through my mind: 'Is she here tonight? Why's everybody so quiet?'" »

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Thurman Learns From Her Mistakes

23 March 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Uma Thurman loves to watch her poorly received performances, because she can only improve herself as an actress by learning from her mistakes. Thurman remains upbeat about playing Poison Ivy in much-maligned 1997 movie Batman & Robin - even though her co-stars look back on it as a dark moment in their careers. She tells British magazine Hotdog, "I can't be responsible for the whole picture. Me and Poison Ivy, we had a good time. We got down, I liked my costume. And, though it didn't work for a lot of people, I loved the high camp that Joel Schumacher tried to blow the Batman franchise out on. It was really bold of him." Kill Bill beauty Thurman has no regrets about starring in films mauled by movie critics because when she chooses more successful roles it proves her sound judgment. She adds, "Whenever I look at the list of things I've made, I never really want to diss any of them. Are there mistakes? Are there things that were less than great experiences? Yes. But if you never make mistakes, you never get informed on your good judgment. I obviously, like anybody, learn more from my mistakes than from my luckier moments." »

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Tarantino Dismisses Links to 'Friday the 13th' Sequel

15 March 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Maverick film-maker Quentin Tarantino has rubbished reports he intends to direct a new entry in the Friday the 13th franchise. But the Kill Bill creator has confirmed studio New Line approached him with the idea of reviving the long-running slasher series about beyond-the-grave serial killer Jason Voorhees, reports website Empireonline.Com. Tarantino says, "What's happening with Friday the 13th? Nothing at all. It's a complete lie. "I like Jason and everything, but I've no intention of directing a movie. New Line talked to me about it, but it was a complete fabrication, that article. "I would love to do a horror film. I'm just saying it's not going to be Friday The 13th." Instead, Tarantino plans to push ahead with his long-gestating World War II project, Inglorious Bastards. He says, "My next film is probably going to be Inglorious Bastards. I've written scenes. I've written a lot of it but now I have to sit down and start putting it together in a script that I can start shooting. And that's a different thing." »

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Tarantino Snubs Bond After Brosnan Exit

14 March 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Maverick film-maker Quentin Tarantino abandoned plans to direct the next James Bond film after Pierce Brosnan was fired by studio heads. The Kill Bill director was devastated when he learned Brosnan's stint as 007 had come to a premature end - following a row with movie bosses over money - because he deemed the Irish actor the perfect Bond. And Tarantino reacted to the news by informing producers he would no longer be a part of the Casino Royale remake. He says, "I would have liked to do Casino Royale with Pierce. But once I heard Brosnan isn't going to be doing any more Bond films, that killed it as far as I was concerned. He's really proven himself to me as the James Bond for this generation. He can really pull off that 60s thing that Casino Royale would have. It should be more like the original book." »

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Attention to Detail: Pinot Noir & sneakers sales take off!

3 March 2005 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Apparently, it’s not only the Halloween industry that benefits from the product placement capabilities of the silver screen. Hordes of amateur folk have made their way to the Californian wine valley – inspired by Alexander Payne’s Sideways, the current en vogue travel destination sees organized tours making the rounds around many of the film’s locations – including the famed restaurant the Hitching Post. But while sales of Pinot Noir have shot through the roof, there is an even more interesting cult reaction going on. After the Kill Bill franchise with the head-to-toe yellow attire, it appears that a make-it-your-own-shoe phenomenon has transpired. A major foot fetish has been created thanks to the quirky Bill Murray character and Wes Anderson’s intricately detailed The Life Aquatic of Steve Zissou. In it, Murray’s Zissou sports his very own modeled shoe – the “Adidas Zissou”, which has »

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Hannah Sued by Public Relations Firm

8 February 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Daryl Hannah is locked in a money war with a group of Hollywood bigwigs, who claim the actress owes them cash after they helped revive her career. Statuesque beauty Hannah 1980s glory with such hits as Wall Street, Roxanne and Splash, but her career cooled off until she re-emerged in Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Vol 1. And now researchers at American TV show Celebrity Justice have uncovered a lawsuit filed by the Rogers & Cowan public relations firm against Hannah. The suit claims the PR firm entered into an agreement with Hannah to help promote her several months before Kill Bill: Vol 1 came out. The suit says the fee was $3,000 a month, plus expenses - which the company claims hasn't been paid. The lawsuit says Hannah got a bill for $64,000 but paid only about $7,000. Hannah's manager says the actress did not want to spend the $36,000 a year for publicity - the rate which Rogers & Cowan had quoted her - instead agreeing to pay only for the months where she used their services. Her manager says she did use the company occasionally to promote the two Kill Bill movies and that she always paid the expenses for those events. »

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