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Story Celebrity If you consider the Academy Awards ceremony as a glimpse into the American film industry's ideal image of itself, the Best Picture of the year constitutes an especially vivid snapshot of what movie people think movies ought to do.
For some celebrities, it takes years of hard work, small roles, and persistence to make it in show business. This was the case for Jeremy Renner, who didn't get his big break until "The Hurt Locker" in 2008 when he was 37 years old. He went on to
Troll from the sad dept Voltage Pictures is the movie studio which famously kicked off the process of copyright trolling by "suing" thousands of people who, it claimed, had illegally downloaded its Oscar-winning movie, Hurt Locker , via Bittorrent,
Northwestern University, the former Hechinger Institute fellow has had his commentary recognized by the Online News Association, the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. Follow him on
These might seem like idyllic times for women in Hollywood: 2013's highest grossing film is the Jennifer Lawrence -led "Hunger Games: Catching Fire," and the sisterhood fairy tale "Frozen," the first Disney Animation movie with a female director, is
Jeremy Renner has been, well, a lot of things: a superhero , a spy , a soldier , and even a witch hunter . (Is that called a slayer? Never mind, that can't be right .) Since shooting onto the A-list in 2008 with The Hurt Locker , the actor's been
If you believe the words of the Bible, "Many who are first will be last, and the last first."...Sometimes, movies that establish themselves as early frontrunners prevail all the way to the end, capturing Academy Awards. Other times, they fade during
A rescue party was hastily assembled and soon a dozen men were helping to clear a route across the minefield to a spot from where a helicopter could winch Hale to safety...In four hours, the lives of ten or more men were changed for ever. Three
Anthony Mackie was arrested in Harlem and was released after appearing Manhattan Criminal Court on Saturday. His next court day is Dec. 19. Mackie appeared in the Oscar-Winning movie “The Hurt Locker&
Mackie's camp did not immediately return a call later that day seeking comment. The celebrated actor in theater and television has starred in numerous films such as "The Hurt Locker," which won the best picture Academy Award in 2010.