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.We very excited to welcome Noni to the Aacta board,. Aacta CEO Damian Trewhella tells If. .Sigrid Thornton has been completely amazing, but she is stepping down from the board for the time being and Noni is filling her place. Sigrid has left really big shoes for someone to walk into, but Noni.s experience, expertise, business acumen, and her enormous support for Aacta over the years makes the ideal candidate...
Trewhella states the timing couldn.t be better for Hazlehurst to join the organisation, which he describes as entering a .consolidation phase...
.As an organisation we.re now about 19-20 months old. It.s had a couple of huge years in that early phase and now we.re looking at consolidating for the next three to five years,. he says. .We have just completed the »
- Inside Film Correspondent
Something as small as a $10 surcharge is apparently enough to set Chris Brown off.
On Wednesday night at Los Angeles' Pinz bowling alley, Brown exploded on a parking attendant over a $10 valet charge, according to TMZ. The 23-year-old, who had been at the venue for a charity event, was furious he had to pay the fee.
"F*ck ten dollars," the singer said, TMZ reported. He was allegedly angry because he had only been inside for 30 minutes and didn't think he should pay. After threatening to "turn this whole thing on out," he got his keys and drove away. It is unclear whether he paid the $10 or not.
According to Pinz's Facebook page, the bowling alley was hosting a "Stars and Strikes" celebrity bowling and poker event on behalf of the youth-centered charity, A Place Called Home. The Wanted, Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump, Nick Cannon and will.i.am were »
- Cavan Sieczkowski
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