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According to the Hollywood Reporter, the show " follows two painfully cool hipster girls as they relocate from Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood to Los Angeles ' Silver Lake enclave in hopes of becoming artists – of any kind.
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According to Moodysson, the problem with the original title started when the film was Sweden's candidate for the Academy Awards, though it was eventually not chosen as a nominee: the Hollywood industry magazine Variety refused to run an advertisement for a film with that title, and thus American distributor Strand Releasing asked for a new title to be chosen.
According to Eastwood's official biography, a man named Chuck Hill was instrumental in securing employment for Eastwood at Universal ; Hill, who had contacts in Hollywood, managed to sneak Eastwood into one of Universal's studios, where he showed him to cameraman Irving Glassberg.
According to Hollywood legend, Gable was lent to Columbia Pictures, then considered a minor studio, as some kind of " punishment " for refusing a role at his own studio.
According to Peter Marshall ( Florence Henderson Show, 2008 ) and Kaye Ballard ( E True Hollywood Story, 2000 ) the comedic actor would sometimes verbally ridicule his friends when inebriated.
According to news items in Hollywood Reporter, Bobby Connolly started shooting the Hawaiian number on July 3, 1934 on the biggest set ever constructed at Warner Bros. studios.
According to his 2011 autobiography The Elephant to Hollywood, Caine had been signed to a seven-year contract by Joseph E. Levine, whose Embassy Films was distributing Zulu.
According to Hollywood folklore, a screen test report on Astaire for RKO Radio Pictures, now lost along with the test, is reported to have read: " Can't sing.
According to one literary critic, the book " remains one of the most compelling and appalling autobiographies written by a Hollywood star, or anyone else for that matter ".
According to the July 1934 Movies magazine, on his ranch near Hollywood whose location he kept a close secret, Dix raised thousands of chickens and turkeys each year.
According to one version, it was an invention of Hollywood film makers who wanted “ dancers to stay in the same plane, to avoid going in and out of focus ”.
According to William J. Mann's book, Behind the Screen: How Gays and Lesbians Shaped Hollywood, 1910 – 1969, photographer Jerome Zerbe spent " three gay months " in the movie colony taking many photographs of Grant and Scott, " attesting to their involvement in the gay scene.
According to film critic Leonard Maltin, professional failure following an early success is referred to in Hollywood circles as the " F. Murray Abraham syndrome ".
Madow goes on to point out “ fame is often conferred or withheld, just as love is, for reasons and on grounds other than ‘ merit ’.” According to Sofia Johansson the “ canonical texts on stardom ” include articles by Boorstin ( 1971 ), Alberoni ( 1972 ) and Dyer ( 1979 ) that examined the “ representations of stars and on aspects of the Hollywood star system ”.
# skyisnotfalling " According to the report by Hollywood Reporter published in August 2012, Ellen DeGeneres is in negotiations to reprise her role of Dory.
According to saxophonist Otto Hardwick, Ellington's band members had to shanghai Miley into joining them for his first performance, at the Hollywood on Broadway in 1923, At the time, Ellington's Washingtonians were formally led by Elmer Snowden, but Ellington, who factually had already been running the formation, also took over its official leadership a few months later.
" According to Parker, Williams was writing while on tour, recording songs in different cities, and sending the completed tapes to Hollywood.
* According to the Live at the Hollywood Bowl book, quite early on, there is also a Spanish band singing an absurd song about llamas, and a Gumby performing flower arranging.
According to Wilfrid Sheed, quoted in Time Magazine, " By silent consensus, the king of this army of unknown soldiers, the Hollywood incognitos, was Harry Warren, who had more songs on the Hit Parade than Berlin himself and who would win the contest hands down if enough people have heard of him.
According to Steven Adler's autobiography, My Appetite For Destruction: Sex & Drugs & Guns N ' Roses, the entire EP was recorded at Pasha Studios in Hollywood with pre-recorded audience applause and cheering in the background, as Geffen's engineers told him " it would cost too much to actually record a live record ".
According to McDonald, a star system emerged in Hollywood as talent scouts, coaches, and publicists were involved with finding performers and making them into stars.
According to the Hollywood Reporter's blog article, Staunton and Manville will be playing the characters of Knotgrass and Flittle, respectively, " two of the three pixies that end up taking care of Aurora.
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According to an interview with the three in the spring 1999 issue of the college's magazine, The Albright Reporter, they were watching Footloose during a heavy snowstorm.
According to the Brussels-based newspaper EU Reporter on 3 April 2006, " another high-level source, a former KGB operative in London, has confirmed the story.
According to Aljean Harmetz, Variety singled him out for the effectiveness of the song, and the Hollywood Reporter said he created " something joyous ".
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the story " concerns a marriage counselor, whose daughter is about to get married, who discovers that his future son-in-law is suffering from the delusion that he's a superhero.
* According to pre-production news items in Hollywood Reporter, this film was originally to be produced by David Hempstead and star Cary Grant.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, his success came from picking topics that would be easily sensationalized, such as religion and sex.
According to a May 1975 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Ben Gage was hired to rerecord Barry White's voice track, in order to remove " racist references and vulgarity.
According to September 19's Hollywood Reporter Lynch hosting the Emmys did not help ratings, as viewing was down 8 % year over year and eight million fewer people watched the Emmys as watched Michael Vick's return to Atlanta on Sunday Night Football on NBC ( 21. 5 million for Eagles-Falcons, 13. 5 million for the Emmys ).
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According to an apocryphal tale from this era, in a televised face-off, either Capp ( on the Dick Cavett Show ) or ( more commonly ) conservative talk show host Joe Pyne ( on his own show ) is supposed to have taunted iconoclastic musician Frank Zappa about his long hair, asking Zappa if he thought he was a girl.
According to the Official Buffy Watcher's Guide, Whedon wrote the pilot to the TV series as a sequel to his original script, which is why the show makes references to events not occurred in the film.
According to Pasternak, during the 1937 show trial of General Iona Yakir and Marshal Mikhail Tukhachevsky, the Union of Soviet Writers requested all members to add their names to a statement supporting the death penalty for the defendants.
According to a 2010 interview on Blog Talk Radios, Lessons Learned, Rick Tocquigny, when asked if Mumy was a Jonathan Harris fan, before Mumy's first meeting with Harris on Lost in Space, he said at age 5, he was too young to watch his mentor's show The Third Man which was probably late at night, but was old enough to watch The Bill Dana Show ( which also starred Harris's real-life best friend Don Adams ).
According to Alan Ryan, the ideology of the original classical liberals argued against direct democracy, where law is made by majority vote by citizens, " for there is nothing in the bare idea of majority rule to show that majorities will always respect the rights of property or maintain rule of law.
According to the article cited, the still classified NSA report is incorrect based on the CIA documents that were declassified which show that Powers ' account of being shot down at altitude was accurate.
According to Hawks, Neilan did not show up to work one day and the resourceful Hawks offered to direct a scene himself, which Pickford agreed to allow.
According to The Daily Telegraph, " statistics show that more than 60 percent of Hungarian mortgages and car loans are denominated in foreign currencies ".
According to Guinness World Records 2009, Led Zeppelin hold the world record for the " Highest Demand for Tickets for One Music Concert " as 20 million requests for the reunion show were rendered online.
According to the Neumark and Wascher, a large majority of the studies show negative effects for the minimum wage ; those showing positive effects are few, questionable, and disproportionately discussed.
According to Moore, she asked CBS to pull the show, as she was unhappy with the direction of the program and the producers.
According to David Weinstein's book The Forgotten Network, the show was even used in police training in some cities.
According to co-creator Berman, he and Piller had considered setting the new series on a colony planet, but they felt a space station would both appeal more to viewers and save money that would be required for on-location shooting for a " land-based " show.
" According to Báñez, reforms and adjustments made by the Spanish Government are beginning to create a situation of economic growth, " creating jobs ", while measures are " rationalization and austerity " in public spending, will show growth employment in the coming months.
According to Yes drummer Alan White, Toledo was especially memorable for a sweltering-hot 1977 show the group did at Toledo Sports Arena.
According to a 1977 interview, Grade requested 26 episodes, which McGoohan thought would spread the show too thin, but was able to come up with 17 episodes.
According to art critic Robert Hughes, van Gogh's late works show an artist at the height of his ability, completely in control and " longing for concision and grace ".
According to archaeologists, sufficient archaeological correlates of state-level societies coalesced in the 4th century to show the existence in Korea of the Three Kingdoms ( AD 300 / 400 – 668 ) of Baekje, Goguryeo, and Silla.
According to one historian of the show, the idea of the format was to make the hosts the reporters, to always feature stories that were of national importance but focused upon individuals involved with, or in conflict with, those issues, and to limit the reports ' airtime to around thirteen minutes.
According to Mike Nesmith, it was Dolenz's voice that made the Monkees ' sound distinctive, and even during tension-filled times Nesmith and Peter Tork voluntarily turned over lead vocal duties to Dolenz on their own compositions, such as Tork's " For Pete's Sake ", which became the closing title theme for the second season of the TV show.
According to the show, various reality shows ( notably Joe Millionaire ) combined audio and video from different times, or from different sets of footage, to create an artificial illusion of time chronology that did not occur, and a misportrayal of participant behaviors and actions.