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Daily Archives: September 20, 2020
William Oliver “Ollie” Stone, child of Eastern privilege who eschewed at least some of that advantage to go through hard knocks on his own, a Vietnam Vet who enlisted and fought as an infantryman, later a pacifist and outspoken critic … Continue reading
https://www.boxofficemojo.com/ Jim Caviezel’s latest red meat for red States, “Infidel,” averaged a paltry $8-900 per screen, not clearing $1.5 in wide release. “New Mutants,” out since Labor Day, bested it. “Unhinged,” out since mid August almost did.
I can see the Academy’s point, but perhaps the emphasis should be on below the line production gigs, where diversity is a bigger problem, might be the first step here. We’re already seeing films where checkbox casting is calling attention … Continue reading