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Metallica goes Hollywood for 'Through the Never' movie

"I am almost certain," he wrote in early 1932, "that [Adolf] Hitler's rise to power would be the signal for a general physical onslaught on many thousands of defenseless Jewish men, women and children." He convinced American officials that he could provide for individual Jews, and by the time of his death in 1939, he had helped get at least 300 people out of Germany. And yet at precisely the moment he was embarking on this crusade, his employees at Universal were following the orders of the German government. In the first few months of 1932, the Foreign Office discovered unedited versions of All Quiet on the Western Front playing in El Salvador and Spain. The company apologized. Afterward, there were no more complaints; Universal had made the requested cuts all around the world.
Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/how-hollywood-helped-hitler-595684?imw=Y

A link has been sent to your friend's email address. 1 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Metallica goes Hollywood for 'Through the Never' movie The second trailer for "Metallica Through the Never," starring Dane DeHaan and the band members of Metallica. Brian Truitt, USA TODAY 3:49 p.m. EDT July 29, 2013 Upcoming hybrid film intersperses live concert footage with a post-apocalyptic narrative. In 'Metallica Through the Never,' a roadie named Trip (Dane DeHaan) goes on a mission and finds himself in a post-apocalyptic scenario.
Source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2013/07/29/metallica-through-the-never-movie/2579381/

System of a Down Rock Hollywood Bowl - Lone U.S. Date This Year

He began plucking the vulnerable intro to "Soldier Side," which swelled into an emotional epic, shifting from raging to wounded. Both he and Tankian sang of their hometown just steps away from the streets described in "Lost in Hollywood," which began with lonely strumming on guitar. Soon the guitarist was urging fans to wave their arms "like you just don't care." The massive landscape of fans stretched all the way back to the trees, with a few Armenian flags of red, blue and gold waving above them. The playfully lewd "Cigaro" opened with Malakian singing the "My cock is bigger than yours" intro to a delicate guitar melody, dropping in an impromptu lyric: "Can't you see how stupid this song is?" The night took a more serious tone as the stage lights went down and the Bowl's white shell was filled with spots of light.
Source: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/system-of-a-down-rock-hollywood-bowl-lone-u-s-date-this-year-20130731

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