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Hollywood Will Go Through A Meltdown, Claim Spielberg And Lucas

Superman franchise?s latest action film ?Man of Steel?, directed by Zack Snyder, produced by Warner Bros Pictures and Christopher Nolan, and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe, has taken an impressive start at the domestic box office. How genuine are Steven Spielberg and George Lucas? comments though? They were instrumental in starting the trend of summer blockbusters back in the day with Star Wars, Jaws and Indiana Jones. Is it just karma hitting back? And would this trend impact India too? That does not look probable.
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Bring on a Hollywood-style disaster for the blockbuster film

She had me skipping on an elevated treadmill for 30 minutes and we did a series of intense toning exercises. All I remember was the sweat was on and I was a little bit sore afterwards. Hey, no pain, no gain! Nicole is super sweet and has a wealth of fitness information. So, it's no wonder Madonna trusts Nicole with sculpting her body. "I have to know the answers to everything.
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Healthy Hollywood: Get Movin' Monday - Train With Madonna!

Madonna kicks off the MDNA North America Tour Opener in Philadelphia on August 28, 2012 -- Getty Images Frade and Quinones are accused soliciting investors through their Hollywood-based company, Integrated Market Capital Investments, doing business as Midas Asset Exchange in Hollywood. After making the investment with Midas Asset Exchange, investors typically received account statements showing the alleged purchase of metals. Investors claimed that Frade and Quinones led them to believe that the metals listed on the account statements would be stored for them in a vault or other safe place until such time as they desired to sell. The investigation revealed that only a small portion of investor money was used to trade possessory rights to precious metal inventory, and none of it was used to purchase or store the physical metals. Instead, the majority of the money obtained from investors is alleged to have been used to pay business expenses and for the personal benefit of Frade and Quinones. ?Thanks to the effective partnership between the OFR and the Broward County State Attorney?s Office, these alleged criminals can no longer continue to target our nation?s senior citizens by attempting to separate them from their hard earned dollars,? said OFR Commissioner Drew J.
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Hollywood ?boiler room? sold $2 million in fake precious metals; two arrested

Yes, they've made some great movies, but they also double-handedly ushered in the age of the blockbuster they now bemoan. They have had a hand in eight of the top 20 highest grossing movies of all time , inflation-adjusted. Lucas might have virtually started a new religion with the Star Wars movies, but he milked them for every merchandising dollar he could for 35 years, then sold the rights to Disney for a staggering $4bn . How does he expect Disney to recoup that money? By making low-budget Star Wars art movies? To then turn around and suggest that, "I couldn't even get Red Tails into theatres and I'm George Lucas" is even more hypocritical.
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