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Hollywood Bowl announces 2021 Summer Series concert and live performance lineup

LA Daily News 11 May 2021
8; H.E.R ... 26 ... 6-7; and movie nights like Maestro of the Movies on Sept ... 17 ... In partnership with Kaiser Permanente, those guests can enjoy two performances by Dudamel and the LA Phil performing Tchaikovsky to Montgomery May 15 and 22 and Los Angeles-based Grammy Award-winning Latin band La Santa Cecilia on June 26. The Amazon Original movie “P!nk ... .
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Review: ‘In Our Mothers’ Gardens’ allows Black women to collectively share their stories

The Los Angeles Times 08 May 2021
Classic movies at local theaters, drive-ins and pop-ups ... Classic movies at local theaters, drive-ins and pop-ups. Find a flick with our weekly guide to classic movies, cult favorites, film festivals, etc., playing now or coming soon to a theater, drive-in, pop-up or rooftop near you. Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Latest Movies. Movies.
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Review: Lili Taylor struggles with mental illness in ‘Paper Spiders’

The Los Angeles Times 07 May 2021
In “Paper Spiders,” directed and co-written by Inon Shampanier, the specter of mental illness looms large over these typical milestones of the high school coming-of-age movie ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Latest Movies. Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Vaccinated and back at the movies, together.
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Review: Life on the farm in ‘Silo’ is quiet, perhaps too quiet

The Los Angeles Times 07 May 2021
The movie is also at times a nightmarish thriller and a cautionary tale ... The corn-collapse happens about 20 minutes into a movie that barely runs for over an hour (with a lot of that running time padded out by the closing credits) ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Latest Movies. Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies.
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Paramount Plus takes on Netflix with plan to release a new movie a week in ...

TechRadar 06 May 2021
The service's owners, CBSViacom, has announced its intention to release an original movie every week in 2022 as part of an earnings call. . CEO Bob Bakish says the company is planning "a substantial ramping up of original movies next year, when we expect to begin averaging an original movie a week in 2022.".
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Review: David Oyelowo’s ambitious directing debut, ‘The Water Man,’ runs lukewarm

The Los Angeles Times 06 May 2021
Lonnie Chavis and Rosario Dawson in the movie “The Water Man.” ... Heavy-handed acting from the young cast and Needell’s hackneyed dialogue further unmask the movie’s lack of visual wonder and narrative cohesiveness ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Vaccinated and back at the movies, together ... Vaccinated and back at the movies, together.
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Review: Long-delayed, beautifully crafted ‘Monster’ is, unfortunately, timelier now than ever

The Los Angeles Times 06 May 2021
(The movie, first seen at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in a somewhat longer version, was once set for a 2019 theatrical release but eventually landed at Netflix, where it premieres Friday.) ... Jeffrey Wright and Jennifer Hudson in the movie “Monster.” ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies ... Vaccinated and back at the movies, together ... Movies ... Movies ... Movies.
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Hollywood actor indicted for fake HBO and Netflix deals

The Los Angeles Times 05 May 2021
Horwitz told investors he was using their money to buy the rights to hundreds of movies and resell them to Netflix, HBO and other platforms for distribution abroad, mainly in Latin America, according to the government ... Actor Zachary Horwitz collected $690 million from investors for movie deals the FBI says were fictitious.
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Latin American student club transforms into advocacy group

Frederick News-Post 03 May 2021
BALTIMORE (AP) — When Yaslin Machuca Molina was a sophomore at Baltimore City College High School in 2014, she only knew five other Latino classmates. So she cofounded a club for students to learn about Latin American culture. hosting movie ... .
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Big Brother host Sonia Kruger reveals how she landed the iconic role as Tina Sparkle ...

The Daily Mail 01 May 2021
Big Brother host Sonia was also a ballroom adviser in the movie and helped teach her fellow cast members how to dance ... Sonia was also a ballroom adviser in the movie and helped teach her fellow cast members how to dance. Specialising in Ballroom and Latin American dancing, she has ...
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VIS Wraps Production On ‘Kally’s Mashup: A Very Kally’s Birthday!’

Videoage 28 Apr 2021
Produced by VIS, Anders Media, 360Powwow, and Labyrinth, the movie is based on the Nickelodeon Latin America series Kally’s Mashup.
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Vivo Teaser: Netflix Nabs Rights to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Animated Musical

Coming Soon 27 Apr 2021
And as a musical, Vivo is a love letter to Latin music, and this movie couldn’t exist without the heartfelt work of our vocal talent, including Gloria Estefan, Juan de Marcos, Zoe Saldana, Brian Tyree Henry, Ynairaly Simo and many others.
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Baltimore City College students transform Latin American cultural club into powerful advocacy group

Carroll County Times 27 Apr 2021
When Yaslin Machuca Molina was a sophomore at Baltimore City College High School in 2014, she only knew five other Latino classmates. So she cofounded a club for students to learn about Latin American culture. hosting movie nights, having pinata-making lessons and holding events for Hispanic Heritage Month ... Advertisement ... Advertisement. Advertisement ... ».
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Does ‘Mortal Kombat’ Signal New Life for Video Game Movies in Hollywood?

The Wrap 23 Apr 2021
So how come the movies based off video games are still stuck in the 8-bit era? ... The hope is that the industry’s attitude toward video game movies and shows is changing, and that critics and audiences will be more receptive ... And Askariah feels video game movies are about to have their own paradigm shift.
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A rising actor, fake HBO deals and one of Hollywood’s most audacious Ponzi schemes

The Los Angeles Times 23 Apr 2021
He would use Russell’s money to buy the rights to cheap movies — “Slasher Party,” “Satanic Panic” and the like — and then resell them to HBO for distribution in Latin America ... Horwitz collected $690 million from investors for movie deals authorities say were fictitious.
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