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Hollywood actress Karen Black dies aged 74

Hugely prolific, the Illinois-born actress appeared in more than 100 movies over a career spanning 40 years. She died at a clinic in Los Angeles, three years after she was diagnosed with kim kardashian superstar featuring ray j ampullary cancer. Her breakthrough role, in 1969, was as a prostitute who takes drugs with Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper in Easy Rider. Black, who was raised in a Chicago suburb, almost always played troubled, neurotic characters. Despite her impressive filmography, she had to turn to the public to help pay her healthcare costs. Her online funding appeal raised more than $60,000 (38,500), according to her husband, Stephen Eckelberry. <br>Source:

Quentin Tarantino talks Hitler, Hollywood and his hero Jack Warner [Q&A]

This week's question... "I've been seeing so many celebrities with broken bones. Yet, they seem to heal fast. Any tips or tricks?" - Claudine M., Tulsa, Okla. Keri says... Mariah Carey is in a sling, Reese Witherspoon is in a boot, and Kristen Stewart is on crutches. It seems like being injured is a hot new style! <br>Source:

Rita Moreno, Benjamin Bratt call out Hollywood for lack of major roles for Latino talent

So I was drinking big protein shakes twice a kim kardashian bangs day, eating a lot of tempeh and lentils and broccoli and some really awesome stir fries. Quinoa became a huge staple because itas such a great protein and carbohydrates source. When youare eating all of those youare not eating a lot of fat, so the muscle mass you put on is a very lean muscle mass.a Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Blackeras family moved to Canada when he was 16. Despite a passion for acting, Blacker got his law degree at Queenas University and practised law in Calgary before he moved to Vancouver in 2004 to pursue his lifelong dream. Blacker soon found himself appearing in a variety of shot-in-B.C. productions (including Supernatural, Fringe and Transporter: The Series) and scored a recurring role as a soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder in Stargate: Atlantis (which was shot in the same studio as Elysium). Asked how people responded to his decision to drop out of law to basically join the circus, Blacker laughs and recalls, aSome people would look at me as though my mid-life crisis was happening way too soon, other people a especially a lot of people in the legal profession a there was a lot of admiration. <br>Source:

Hollywood North: Vancouver’s Josh Blacker bulked up on quinoa for Elysium

It's this intrinsically paternalistic view of problems that are much more complex than that. It's like saying a teacher is going to get lazy when they have tenure. A teacher wants to teach. Why else would you take a (EXPLETIVE) salary and really long hours and do that job? UNIDENTIFIED MALE:Aren't 10 percent bad though? Ten percent of teachers are bad. <br>Source:

Healthy Hollywood: Ask Keri Glassman -- Foods That Help Healing

7, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) CAPTION By Associated Press, BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Oscar-winning actress Rita Moreno says she has a ready answer for those who ask why more Latinos fail to receive Hollywood honors. Its because Hispanic actors arent cast in the kind of roles that gather big nominations and awards, Moreno kim kardashian surgery said Wednesday. Looking for things to do? <br>Source:

Hollywood hypocrite? Matt Damon puts kids in private school

HJ: As someone who writes historical fiction, what are the rules in addressing political sensitivities while still trying to preserve artistic license? QT: Look, I dont see any Hollywood movies being written now that are saying Mao was 100-percent wrong and China is an evil empire because [Hollywood studios] want to show their movies in China. Theyre not rushing to make movies about the Tibetan situation and then going to China and trying to get it released. HJ: So, without having read Urwands book, but based on what you know about film history and world history, would you say his argument -- that studios acquiesced to German censorship and even aided in their propaganda efforts -- is correct? QT: I go along with the fact that yes, [Hollywood] had a very lucrative market in Germany for their product. HJ: Why was that? <br>Source:

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