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Former Obama Speechwriter to Pen White House Sitcom

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 14, 2012

The Washington-Hollywood connection strikes again
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Jon Lovett, a former White House speechwriter that has left his job there to pursue screenwriting in Los Angeles. He won The Funniest Celebrity in DC Contest in 2010.

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How closely will art imitate life? NBC says it’s rolling out a new sitcom next season about life in the White House, written by former Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett, the BBC reported.

1600 Penn will profile a fictional First Family, featuring Bill Pullman as the Commander in Chief and Dharma & Greg star Jenna Elfman as the First Lady, as well as The Book of Mormon’s Josh Gad as their eldest son and Modern Family director Jason Winer.

(MORE: Tinseltown Tender: Democrats’ Biggest Hollywood Donors) Read the rest of this entry »

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BAFTAs 2012: George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Brad Pitt Walk The Red Carpet

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 12, 2012

Some of Hollywood’s biggest names are in town tonight for the Bafta film awards.

George Clooney, Michelle Williams, Meryl Streep and Berenice Bejo were among the names that walked down the red carpet ahead of the ceremony at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, central London.

Bejo, nominated for Leading Actress for her role in silent film The Artist, joked that she felt “frozen and very lucky” to be on the red carpet. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oscar Nominations 2012: Academy Award Nominees List

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 24, 2012

The nominees for the 2012 Academy Awards were announced on Tuesday morning, and as expected, films about films led the way.

“The Artist,” the silent, black and white tribute to old Hollywood, earned a nod for Best Picture, and, after a series of recent critics and guild award wins, is considered the favorite. Writer/director Michel Hazanavicius received nominations for both Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Jean Dujardin was handed a bid for Best Actor for his turn as George Valentin, a silent film star who refuses to move into the era of the talkies; he earned the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical/Comedy earlier this month. Bérénice Bejo, for her role as starlet Peppy Miller, earned a nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

“Hugo,” Martin Scorsese’s 3D family homage to film preservation, earned 11 nominations.

“The Descendants,” the Alexander Payne-directed dramedy considered the other top awards contender, was also nominated for Best Picture; Payne earned a nod for Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay, the latter of which he shares with writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash. George Clooney, who stars as a beleaguered father, soon-to-be-widower and trustee of sacred family land in Hawaii, earned a nomination for Best Actor; he was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama earlier in January.

“The Help,” the tale of domestic workers in segregated Mississippi at the beginning of the Civil Rights era, also earned a Best Picture nod, as well as a nomination for Viola Davis for Best Actress and nods for Jessica Chastain and Octavia Spencer for Best Supporting Actress.

“Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close,” the polarizing film about a boy in search of a secret from the father he lost on 9/11, earned a surprise nod for Best Picture, while Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse” also slipped in. “Bridesmaids” earned a nomination for Best Original Screenplay for Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, while Melissa McCarthy got a nod for Best Supporting Actress. Read the rest of this entry »

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Does Porn Watching Lead to Divorce?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 30, 2011


As America did not bring Osama’s porn loving proof in time, many could have doubt. Why America could not bring everything in time and did part by part with long time interval? This is globally sensitive case and America’s activities seemed to be immatured in this case.
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