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Hollywood Strip Reviewed By Norm Goldman of Bookpleasures.com

It is at the party where Callie meets actor/producer Amir Yavari and through him Jeremy Granger who is about to produce a music video with an up-and-coming musician, Evan Marquardt. Jeremy needs a hot brunette to act in the video and offers her the role. Callie accepts the offer and has no idea that it will pull her into a series of events that will turn her life and career around where her days of not being able to book a gig are behind her. However, as Callie learns, success comes at a price, particularly your loss of privacy. To add some icing on the cake, Evan turns out to be quite a sexy hunk with bedroom eyes and it doesn't take too long when the couple enjoy debauchery-filled nights with multiple rounds of sexual passion.
Source: http://www.examiner.com/review/hollywood-strip-reviewed-by-norm-goldman-of-bookpleasures-com

Hollywood's New Box-Office Problem: Fall's Prestige Movie Pileup

Other recent examples include Affleck's The Town, which debuted in September 2010, and two high-profile Sony films, The Social Network and Moneyball, which opened in October 2010 and September 2011, respectively. Social Network and Moneyball were nominated for best picture, but both lost to movies released in November and December. Recent films that have gone out early and struggled even more to maintain momentum include Drive, The Ides of March and The Master. But Argo proved a well-funded campaign can maintain awards buzz (and box office) from the Toronto International Film Festival in early September through February, hence others following suit. PHOTOS: Toronto 2013: The Films This year, the action gets underway in earnest on Sept. 20, when Universal opens Rush, starring Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl, in New York and Los Angeles.
Source: http://movies.yahoo.com/news/hollywoods-box-office-problem-falls-prestige-movie-pileup-050000221.html

This Week's Cover: The New Hollywood starring Mindy Kaling

The dream is what I imagine Amy Adams life is. Someone calls and says, Hi. David O. Russell wants you to do this part. Ultimately Im very happy with the way it worked out, but I dont think its my first choice for every role do to have to write it. I guess I could play the lame, nagging friend of the beautiful white protagonist, but Im neither going to have as much fun nor make as much money doing that. Beyond Kaling, EWs New Hollywood Issue also highlights the 50 most exciting and creative talents currently blowing up the industry.
Source: http://popwatch.ew.com/2013/07/31/mindy-kaling-new-hollywood/

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