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Chatting with Ruta Lee: One of Hollywood's Classiest Ladies Special

Iconic actress Ruta Lee, one of Hollywood's most glamorous leading ladies, chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her new book, and her avid work with the nonprofit organization Thalians.

Dame Brigitte Kruse to host classic 'Hollywood & Music' auction

Dame Brigitte Kruse will be hosting an epic entertainment memorabilia auction on March 27. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Harry and Meghan hunker down as Hollywood life stays on hold

Los Angeles - When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle headed to California in search of a sunny and glamorous new life, they probably didn't expect so much of their first year would be spent stuck at home.

AI shines a light on Bollywood and Hollywood media bias

Artificial intelligence has the capability to assess movies for indications of bias, and to do so fairly rapidly. This could lead to a reappraisal of norms and values relating to the era when a movie was made.

Six held after Tinseltown's famous sign changed to 'Hollyboob'

Los Angeles - Six people were in custody after altering Los Angeles' landmark Hollywood sign to read "Hollyboob," police said.Photos shared online showed the sign -- which overlooks the Hollywood hills -- with the W and D replaced with Bs.

Hollywood action clips spotted in China airforce video

Bejing - A high-octane PR video for China's airforce crashlanded on social media after users questioned why the world's second-largest military power spliced clips from Hollywood blockbusters "Transformers" and "The Rock" into its own propaganda material.

Op-Ed: Why ‘Five Easy Pieces’ still matters, 50 years after its release

So many movies thrust you into a simple, black-and-white world of good and bad, of pure moral certainty. So few dare to show you the world as it is and let you make up your own mind – the way Bob Rafelson’s classic “Five Easy Pieces” does.

Emmy Awards ceremony to be held online due to pandemic

Los Angeles - A day after announcing nominations for the Emmy Awards, the Television Academy on Wednesday informed top nominees that the ceremony in September will be held online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reinvent the reel: Hollywood mulls new measures to restart shooting

Los Angeles - Movie moguls, directors and lawyers are searching for radical solutions to reopen Hollywood as soundstages gather dust and studio profits slide weeks after cameras stopped rolling due to coronavirus.

Harvey Weinstein is sentenced to 23 Years in landmark #MeToo case

Disgraced Hollywood titan Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison. The announcement was made on Wednesday morning.

Review: Annie Baker’s moving ‘The Flick’ soars high in its Toronto debut Special

Toronto - Annie Baker’s brilliant “The Flick” is about movies, but much more. It’s about working dead-end, minimum-wage jobs and using movies to escape. It’s about the difficulties we have in connecting to each other through our social masks.

Jared Scott talks 'Turnt' on Facebook Watch, 'The Wrong Friend' Special

Hollywood star Jared Scott chatted with Digital Journal about his new series "Turnt" on Facebook Watch, as well as his other projects.

Carrie Underwood earns her star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Los Angeles - Country songstress Carrie Underwood has another feather to add to her cap. She earned her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Review: Kevin Dickson and Jack Ketsoyan soar on 'Guilty Pleasure' book Special

Hollywood insiders, entertainment journalist Kevin Dickson, and powerhouse publicist Jack Ketsoyan have released their new book "Guilty Pleasure."

Meet Andrew Comrie-Picard: Hollywood stunt driver Special

Hollywood stunt driver Andrew Comrie-Picard chatted with Digital Journal, where he shared insights on how to have fun with our tax refund this year. Comrie-Picard also discussed the digital transformation of the entertainment business.

Op-Ed: Oscars 2018 — Predictions, personal picks and random commentary

Yes, I’m aware that we don’t need another column about the Academy Awards. Even if there weren’t much more pressing issues in the world, we already get our fill of obligatory Oscar hype from critics who are actually paid to care about it.

Blockchain grows up: White Rabbit monetizes film rights cash flow Special

Los Angeles - This IS huge, and it’s happening now. Blockchain is entering real commerce, in a big way. A company called White Rabbit has a browser plug-in using blockchain to monetize film streaming rights and deliver viable cash flow.

The Pointer Sisters talk B.B. King Blues Club, proudest moments Special

New York City - Ruth Pointer of the beloved group The Pointer Sisters chatted with Digital Journal about their concert tomorrow, December 30, at the B.B. King Blues Club in New York City.

Australian model latest to accuse Weinstein of harassment

Sydney - An Australian model said she was "played" by Harvey Weinstein and his colleagues who engineered a hotel room meeting where he stripped naked and demanded a massage, in the latest accusation against the Hollywood mogul.

'Sex addict' therapy unlikely to help Harvey Weinstein: experts

Miami - Fallen Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has reportedly checked in to a US rehabilitation center that treats male sex addicts, but experts say such therapy is unlikely to help.

EC Twins to perform at Halloween show in Hollywood

Los Angeles - Acclaimed electronic duo, EC Twins, will be hosting a Halloween red carpet event and performance on October 28 in Los Angeles, California.

Chris Cuffaro talks photo exhibition in Hollywood, James Cameron Special

World renowned photographer Chris Cuffaro chatted with Digital Journal about his photo exhibition on August 30 in Hollywood. He also discussed the digital transformation of the photography scene.

Op-Ed: 'Casablanca' even with its classic magic, endures thanks to tech Special

Publishing a book about an old film may seem to some a moot point. But to author Noah Isenberg in his bestseller "We Will Always Have Casablanca," it says that film as an art form is transcendent.

Interview: LA-based trio The Gitas Special

Los Angeles - Sasha and Sal of this edgy, up-and-coming rock band tell Digital Journal all about their exciting new album, 'Beverly Kills'.

Pranksters change iconic Hollywood sign to 'Hollyweed'

Washington - The famed Hollywood sign high in the hills over Los Angeles got a little higher on Sunday, when someone altered two of its letters to make it read "Hollyweed.

Clinton's showbiz pals spend big as Tinseltown shuns Trump

Los Angeles - Glance at the list of Hillary Clinton's biggest donors and you could be forgiven for thinking she was funding a Hollywood movie rather than a presidential campaign.

Cinematographer Laura Beth Love on 'Sharknado' and more Special

Got a horror or science fiction film that needs to look amazing? Get on to those White Pages and find Laura Beth Love's number. The in-demand cinematographer from North Carolina has worked on numerous projects and has also won awards.

U.S. actress pays $1,000 fine for carving names into Arizona rock

Sedona - Like the song says, love hurts. What the song does not say — but what actress Vanessa Hudgens found out last month — is that love can hurt in more ways than one.

An exchange of dialogue with up and coming actor Colton Tapp Special

The Texas born actor, writer and model - raised on a cattle ranch in Dallas - has a number of projects already out and more in the pipeline. He spoke to Digital Journal.

Jody Wheeler: Screenwriter, producer and director Special

The screenwriting graduate from the University of California began his career writing for 'Inside/Outside The Beltway,' a groundbreaking TV series from the 1990s. He has since moved on to directing and producing, where he also seems rather at home.
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