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What a California lawmaker intended as a benign resolution honoring a late, world-renowned movie icon exploded into an emotional debate over decades-old racist comments.
The state Assembly defeated the official ode to John Wayne Thursday after several legislators described statements he made about racial minorities and his support for the anti-communist House Un-American Activities Committee and John Birch Society.
Known as Duke, a nickname he picked up as a boy in Glendale, California, Wayne grew into the star of movies including The Alamo, ''The Green Beret, and True Grit, for which he won an Academy Award, while portraying the gruff, rugged cowboys and brave soldiers who were his stock in trade.
Princeton University recently announced that former U.
The director’s film work has been translated into cocktail format – and the gothed-up customers seemed to be finding it just as potentThere was an atmosphere of cheerful chaos at the unofficial opening of Beetle House, a Tim Burton-themed bar in New York’s East Village, on Wednesday night. An actor dressed as Beetlejuice – one of the idiosyncratic director’s most famous creations – greeted customers at the door with a stream of crude innuendo, while inside, the patrons – mostly female, many dressed in goth or Beetlejuice-themed clothing – sat up at the crowded bar drinking cocktails such as Jack Skellington (a reference to The Nightmare Before Christmas), the Fleet Street Martini (Sweeney Todd), or the Big Fish Bowl, or at tables surrounded by artwork and bric a brac evoking his films.
Ads for the new film "Keanu," which combines kitten cuteness and gangster hardness, proclaim it as coming "from the visionary minds of Key and Peele." That would be Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, stars of Comedy Central's sketch television show "Key & Peele," which concluded its fifth and
IGN recently visited Pixar HQ to speak to the talented folk behind their forthcoming summer release, Finding Dory. As part of that trip, we also got to watch the first 30 minutes of the belated sequel, which sees Finding Nemo’s most lovable fish taking centre stage in her very own adventure.
Unfortunately the scenes we most want to tell you about – which take place during the film’s first five minutes – are strictly out-of-bounds, with Pixar’s head honchos swearing us to secrecy about details they want to keep under wraps, which is perfectly understandable.