Monthly Archives: June 2020

How to Commit to Writing — Creole Bayou

Being a writer requires discipline. For many writers working from home, many distractions exist. Without some type of writing routine, an author may find that he/she produces little work. Family and peers may not take writing as a serious profession … Continue reading

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Jim Carrey Warps Hollywood in New Book: Nicolas Cage Loves It, Tom Cruise ‘May Sock Me’ — IndieWire

“It’s satire and parody but also done with reverence,” Carrey says about his new book. via Jim Carrey Warps Hollywood in New Book: Nicolas Cage Loves It, Tom Cruise ‘May Sock Me’ — IndieWire

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Lessons learned from Mary Poppins and the life of Walt Disney —

As I sat reminiscing about my childhood during a Sunday night conversation with my family, I remembered with fondness my 5th-grade teacher. “He made history come alive for me,” I said. Fifth grade was the year I checked out a … Continue reading

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Tips from writers: Maya Angelou — Beyond the front cover

Today I’m bringing to you the second instalment in my series on writing, and as I began with Roald Dahl I wanted to focus on a female writer next. After thinking back and forth I did a little research into … Continue reading

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Review: Being John Malkovich (1999) — Gone Elsewhere

It’s rare that screenwriters become known as well as a director, but over twenty years ago Charlie Kaufman began a three-film run that made him an adjective (although “Kaufman-esque” also pertains to playwright George S. Kaufman, so they’ll have to … Continue reading

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Jason Voorhees Gets a New Mask in Friday the 13th Safety PSA Video — PNN – Paper News Network

[ad_1] A new public health PSA has enlisted horror icon Jason Voorhees, of Friday the 13th fame, to help get people to wear masks. New York and other states have been reopening lately and that means precautions are needed to … Continue reading

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Pixar’s new teaser video of ‘Soul’ introduces character Joe Gardner — The Siasat Daily

Washington DC: Giving a little sneak peek of the animated movie, the makers of the Disney and Pixar’s ‘Soul’ dropped a brief teaser video on Saturday, introducing the lead character Joe Gardner. The brief one-minute long video begins with the … Continue reading

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Force of Nature — Winstead’s Reviews

Force of Nature stars Emile Hirsch, Kate Boseworth, and Mel Gibson, the three white knights of this action caper. Set in Puerto Rico (note the three white leads) during a Category 5 hurricane, a group of local criminals lead by … Continue reading

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PRETTY WOMAN producer Paula Wagner on why she loves this modern fairytale — Broadway in Cincinnati News

Hollywood power player – and Youngstown, OH native – Paula Wagner spearheaded bringing the beloved film Pretty Woman to the Broadway stage. Broadway in Cincinnati caught up with the showbiz mogul to talk about why she loves this story. Broadway … Continue reading

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Ava DuVernay to Helm Series on Colin Kaepernick’s High School Years —

All-star athlete and activist Colin Kaepernick‘s high school years will come to life in a new television series, Colin in Black and White, from Emmy Award-winning showrunner and filmmaker Ava DuVernay. The six-episode limited series, produced by Netflix, will focus … Continue reading

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