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Like Walk in the theater, they're looking up cast information, live-commenting to social networks on what they're seeing, or buying products (or downloading coupons) from products advertised during the show. Plenty of shows nowadays encourage second-screen usage, drawing visitors to their own channel's websites during a show as a way of keeping them engaged not just with a show, but with its whole network slate. And an August study by Nielsen shows a symbiotic relationship between program viewership and tweets about the show; Twitter use drives up viewership, and vice versa . Bringing second-screen activity to movie theaters, then, would just allow mobile users to watch movies the way they already watch TV. Still, there's some irony in that notion. <br>Source: http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/news/should-movie-theaters-allow-texting-20131015







Anything from betrayal to betrothal. In the case of renowned filmmaker and occasional singer Madonna, she reportedly used business as the reason she texted her way through the New York premiere of "12 Years A Slave." However, as the New York Post's unimpeachable Page Six reported , the singer allegedly offered a further retort Kim Kardashian fat to someone who asked her to shush like a virgin and shut off her phone. She is said to have accused her accuser of being an "enslaver." Perhaps this was attempted wit. But how odd that she might choose such terminology. Some might offer that she seems to be something of a slave not to the rhythm, but to her BlackBerry. In retaliation, one theater owner has decided that she should no longer be enslaved by the confines of a movie theater. The esteemed Alamo Drafthouse movie theater organization has decided to ban Madonna until she apologizes for her material tendencies. <br>Source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-57607461-71/madonna-banned-by-movie-theater-for-alleged-movie-texting/#!







Its that distinction that separates Will Smith (who has scored $50m-$77m debuts in sci-fi, superhero, and horror, along with $25-$40m debuts in rom-coms, pure dramas, and hard action pics) from genre-specific movie stars like Adam Sandler or franchise-specific powerhouses like Robert Downey Jr. or Johnny Depp. Meryl Streep has scored $20 million debuts from a number of female-skewing genre entries, as has Denzel Washington in a variety of male-centric action fare. Channing Tatum has a handful of blockbuster openings in action, romance, and comedy, but enough recent misses to put him in the concept+star category. But if Bullock can continue this trend of even higher openings for whatever genres she dabbles in next, she may end up eclipsing them all. And for now, it http://millertdtx.crowdvine.com/posts/39264946 is surely time to place her alongside Will Smith and Leonardo DiCaprio as one of the very few out-and-out, indisputable movie stars left in the industry. <br>Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2013/10/16/sandra-bullock-is-now-one-of-hollywoods-biggest-movie-stars/







16 report by Just Jared , the French Canadian actor has been approached for the role of Christian Grey . The actor is probably best known for playing Cesare Borgia on the hit Showtime series "The Borgias." The 28-year-old actor once said that he has a "natural darkness," so it sounds like he should have no problem playing a conflicted character like Christian Grey. He also doesn't mind movies about sexhis film "Moroccan Gigolos" was a comedy about three pals who prostitute themselves out to older women so that they can raise enough money to finance their sandwich shop. Arnaud described his character like this: "He takes the necessary steps to get where he wants." Doesn't that sound very Christian Grey-like? Francois Arnaud is also perfect for the "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie because he shares two very important traits with Christian: He can speak French and play the piano. It might seem like his chances of replacing Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey are pretty good, but the actor does have some stiff competition. <br>Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/fifty-shades-of-grey-movie-francois-arnaud-approached-for-christian-grey-role







Oct 15, 2013 11:38am (Photo Credit: Evan Agostini/AP Photo) With Charlie Hunnam bowing out of the highly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey movie this past weekend due to an immersive TV schedule, whats next for the female lead -Dakota Johnson? On Saturday, the studios behind the film, Universal Pictures and Focus Features, released a statementstating, The filmmakers of FIFTY SHADES OF GREY and Charlie Hunnam have agreed to find another male lead. The statement continued that Hunnamdidnt have time to prepare for the role of Christian Greywhile also focusing on his show Sons of Anarchy. Read: Charlie Hunnam Drops out of Fifty Shades of Grey Movie But back in September after accepting the role, Hunnam, 33,suggested that he and Johnson, 24, who was cast as Anastasia Steele ,were the perfect match for the adaptation of the steamy book, especially in the eyes of director Sam Taylor-Johnson. We both suggested I do a reading with Dakota, who was[Taylor-Johnson's] favorite, Hunnam told reporters http://mayfygv.wordpress.com/2013/09/21/kim-kardashian-back-to-work-on-family-christmas-special-see-the-pics/ last month .As soon as we got in the room, I knew that I definitely wanted to do it. Theres just a tangible chemistry between us. It felt exciting and fun and weird and compelling. So, if it was the tangible chemistry between Johnson and Hunnam that locked theactors into dothe movie, does Hunnams departure mean Johnsons characterwill be recast as well? Johnspns rep did not immediately respond to request for comment. Tell Kim Kardashian biography us what you think below. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/entertainment/2013/10/will-dakota-johnson-drop-out-of-fifty-shades-of-grey-movie/







When last year's "Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure" became one of the biggest bombs of all time, how much did that title have to do with it? It's important to remember that the process doesn't take place in a vacuum. The Weinstein Co. and Warner Bros. got into a high-profile spat earlier this year over "Lee Daniels' The Butler," which TWC wanted to call "The Butler." That was the name of a 1916 silent comedy short from Warner Bros., and the studio refused to budge, so TWC was forced to change it a choosing to add the name of its director. <br>Source: http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx?news=834531







"I am so excited to be involved in this movie, and so happy to be able to give back to my fans, especially during the holiday season," Bieber said. "Jon Chu and my team have done a wonderful job creating a special moment for Beliebers worldwide and I can't wait till Christmas day when the movie will be in theaters everywhere." Earlier this week, Bieber and his team teased a 36-second clip of the movie, which of course, features his infamous mustache. Take a look at the teaser below and catch "Believe" in theaters on Dec. 25. Loading Slideshow Justin Bieber performs on the street August 20, 2007 in Stratford, Canada. (Photo by Irving Shuter/Getty Images) Justin Bieber performs on the street August 20, 2007 in Stratford, Canada. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/16/justin-bieber-believe-movie_n_4109807.html







"I think there could be apostasy that is more sacred than martyrdom," said Lee, a Christian convert who explored Shamanism in some of his past movies. He was one of South Korea's most commercially and critically successful directors in the 1970s and '80s, making melodramas and romances with social critique while South Korea was going through military dictatorships that censored movies. "God's Eye View" is his first movie after an 18-year absence, during which he taught filmmaking at a university. Upon his return, he said he no longer saw movies as a means to gain fame and money, but to achieve loftier goals, and said he hopes the film will help break prejudice about Christianity in South Korea. "Rather than to believe it, I want people to understand Christianity," through the movie, he said denying his movie itself is trying to proselytize. The drama has been met by hundreds of invectives online even though it hasn't been released; the film is still seeking a distributor. Some commenters were critical of the former hostages held in Afghanistan and others say the movie whitewashes those events in the Saemmul volunteers' favor. <br>Source: http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wireStory/movie-harkens-07-skorean-abductions-taliban-20583625



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