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New US Trailer for Dramedy 'Gaza Mon Amour' Starring Hiam Abbass

"The guy clearly likes you." Goldwyn Films has revealed the official US trailer for an indie dramedy from Palestine titled Gaza Mon Amour, the second feature by filmmakers Tarzan & Arab Nasser. It premiered at the 2020 Venice Film Festival last year, and it was submitted as Palestine's Best International Film entry for the 93rd Academy Awards (that were already held this year). Sixty-year-old fisherman Issa is secretly in love with Siham, a woman who works at the market with her daughter Le...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Gaza, Palestine, Venice Film Festival, Indies, Leila, Issa, To Watch, Foreign Film, Hiam Abbass, Goldwyn, Siham, Tarzan Arab Nasser, Salim Dau Maisa Abd Elhadi George Iskandar

12 Tipps fürs erste Mal

Du hast dich also entschlossen, zum ersten Mal Sex zu haben. Egal, ob du noch in die Schule gehst, studierst, in deinen Zwanzigern oder Fünfzigern bist, dein Sexdebüt kann sich wie ein großer Schritt anfühlen. Im Allgemeinen erhalten wir viele gesellschaftliche Botschaften darüber, wie es ist, wenn eine Person ihre Jungfräulichkeit verliert. In Wirklichkeit gibt es aber keine „richtige“ Art und Weise, zum ersten Mal Sex zu haben – und „Jungfräulichkeit” bedeutet für jede:n sowieso etwas an...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kontakt, Mal, Witz, Kopf, Schutz, Weise, Zeit, Schule, Freund, Egal, Denn, Hause, Sorgen, Grenzen

Who Will Reign Supreme in the 'American Sausage Standoff' Trailer

"This is not a neck-and-neck race!" Goldwyn Films has released an official trailer for American Sausage Standoff, which is the new name instead of the original title Gutterbee. This is actually a film made by a Danish filmmaker, set in America, that originally premiered in 2019 but is only now getting a US release. It's a story about two hopeless dreamers who join forces in a quest to erect the ultimate German sausage restaurant. It is also a "social satire about the nexus of identity fear, ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, America, Edward, Mike, To Watch, Ewen Bremner, Antony Starr, Goldwyn, Gutterbee, Sarah Minnich

Gillmor Gang: Play It Again

For the past several months or so, I’ve been writing an accompanying post to editions of the Gillmor Gang. Due to production issues, I’m usually at least a week behind the recording session for the target show. This originally seemed like an impediment to the process of enhancing the impact of the show, but over time and various attempts to solve the out-of-sync timing problem, I began to see the delay actually produced some interesting context to the original recording. First and foremost, w...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Facebook, Spotify, Video, Hollywood, Tech, Cnn, Comcast, James Bond, Gillmor Gang, Msnbc, MGM, Steve Gillmor, Keith Teare, Frank Radice

Dark Eyed Weirdos in Trailer for Kids Sci-Fi Horror Movie 'Let Us In'

"Whatever you do… never say 'yes.'" Goldwyn Films has debuted an official trailer for an indie sci-fi horror adventure comedy titled Let Us In, the latest from indie genre filmmaker Craig Moss. Arriving on VOD this summer. A rash of teenagers go missing in this small town and one young girl and her best friend step in to figure out what's going on. Realizing there might be something deeper happening, Emily and Christopher might be up against forces they can't even imagine… The film stars Mak...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Tobin Bell, Christopher, Emily, To Watch, Goldwyn, Craig Moss, Makenzie Moss

The 16 best BBQ and grilling cookbooks for aspiring pitmasters, from a book that pairs wine and grilling to a historical account of Black barbecue

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider Fuel a fiery passion for grilling and barbecue with one of these cookbooks. Learn how to choose a grill, perfect a smoker, and, above all, make delicious food. Check out our grilling hub page for all of our outdoor cooking coverage. Beyond the recipes, a cookbook is equal parts instruction manual, personal history, and story book. Barbecue reminds us of backyard parties and...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Southeast Asia, Trends, Walmart, Features, Chicago, Thailand, United States, Paris, Argentina, Patagonia, Wine

Tony Goldwyn Replaces Liev Schreiber in Will Smith’s King Richard

Tony Goldwyn Replaces Liev Schreiber in Will Smith’s King Richard According to Deadline, Tony Goldwyn has stepped in to replace Liev Schreiber in the upcoming Venus and Serena Williams biopic King Richard, starring Will Smith. Schreiber, who was forced to step down due to scheduling conflicts brought upon due to the COVID pandemic, was originally set to play Paul Cohen, the renowned tennis coach who worked with John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, and the aforementioned Williams sisters. Goldwyn now ...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, Los Angeles, Williams, Napoleon Bonaparte, Will Smith, Warner Bros, Smith, Ridley Scott, Richard, Serena Williams, Liev Schreiber, Joaquin Phoenix, Venus, Venus Williams, Serena

US Trailer for Adaptation of 'Measure for Measure' with Hugo Weaving

"There are times vengeance is all we have." Goldwyn Films has released an official US trailer for film titled Measure for Measure, a contemporary update of Shakespeare's play of the same name. This premiered last year at the Melbourne and Busan Film Festivals. An unlikely love ignites between a modern Muslim girl and a local musician amongst the background of racial tension, amphetamines and gang culture in the city's notorious housing estate. Inspired by the play and influenced by the gritt...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, US, Melbourne, Shakespeare, Busan, Indies, To Watch, Goldwyn

Film News Roundup: Johnny Depp Drama ‘Waiting for the Barbarians’ Bought by Goldwyn

In today’s film news roundup, “Waiting for the Barbarians,” “Don’t Tell a Soul” and “Daddy Issues” get distribution and the African American Film Critics Association is launching a virtual Strong Summer 2020 programming slate. ACQUISITIONS Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired North American rights to Ciro Guerra’s feature film “Waiting for the Barbarians,” starring Johnny Depp, […]
Tags: News, Johnny Depp, Mark Rylance, Ciro Guerra, Samuel Goldwyn, African American Film Critics Association, Samuel Goldwyn Films, Goldwyn, Waiting for the Barbarians

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s May 2020 Lineup

New to Stream: The Criterion Channel’s May 2020 lineup The Criterion Channel, a streaming service from the niche home video distributor for film aficionados, has unveiled its lineup of programming for the month of May, which will include a California Dreamin’ Double Feature with Steven Soderbergh’s The Limey and David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr., along with a large roster of contemporary and classic films! RELATED: Criterion Collection Unveils July Releases, Including Marriage Story! Friday, M...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, France, Germany, Kung Fu, Berlin, India, New York City, America, Los Angeles, Spain, World, Chicago

Critic’s Pick: Review: An Electrifying Bryan Cranston Is All the Rage in ‘Network’

Ivo van Hove’s stage adaptation of the 1976 film presents a pricelessly demented affair between a has-been anchorman and the cameras that love him.
Tags: News, Theater, Hall, Bryan Cranston, Ivo van Hove, Miller, Cranston, Lee, Bryan, Tony, Arthur, Ivo, Van Hove, Paddy, Tatiana, Belasco Theater

‘Network’ in an Age of Fake News and Fury

Even the cast and creators are working out what the stage adaptation of the prescient 1976 film means right now.
Tags: News, Theater, Hall, Cranston, Lee, Bryan, Tony, Ivo, Van Hove, Paddy, Tatiana, Maslany, Goldwyn, Network (Play, Chayefsky

Smokey Mountain Pastrami

This instruction set will guide you through a tried and true process for making home-made pastrami that is sure to be a crowd pleaser! From start to finish, the end product will take over a week; but be rest assured that these steps are not overly complicated.This recipe is a take on Goldwyn’s “Past...By: smokeymountain2018Continue Reading » [Author: smokeymountain2018]
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Entertainment Industry Foundation Rebrands With Eye on Future Needs

Founded in 1942 by Samuel Goldwyn, the Entertainment Industry Foundation was formed to leverage the power of showbiz for various charitable organizations. Goldwyn leaned on the help of such friends as Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney, Joan Crawford and Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack L. Warner in the early days of the Permanent Charities Committee of […]
Tags: Features, Samuel Goldwyn, Tony Goldwyn, Entertainment Industry Foundation, EIF, John Goldwyn, Chris Silbermann, Goldwyn, Nicole Sexton, Humphrey Bogart James Cagney Joan Crawford, Harry Albert Sam, Jack L Warner, Permanent Charities Committee

The Gladiators of ‘Scandal’ Leave the Arena

As “Scandal” heads toward its finale, Shonda Rhimes, the show’s creator, and three of its stars discuss its craziest twists, its nuanced handling of racial issues and its legacy.
Tags: Television, Shonda Rhimes, News, Washington, Kerry, Young, Blacks, Tony, Rhimes, Bellamy, Shonda, ABC Inc, Women and Girls, Goldwyn, Race and Ethnicity, Scandal (TV Program

Omari Hardwick-Meagan Good Romance ‘A Boy. A Girl. A Dream’ Sells to Goldwyn

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired worldwide rights to Omari Hardwick-Meagan Good’s romance drama “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream.” The distributor announced the deal Thursday and did not give a release date. The producer is Datari Turner through his Datari Turner Productions with Qasim Basir (“Destined”) directing from his own script. Hardwick is playing a […]
Tags: News, Hardwick, Meagan Good, Omari Hardwick, Samuel Goldwyn Films, Goldwyn, Omari Hardwick Meagan Good, Datari Turner, Datari Turner Productions, Qasim Basir, A Boy A Girl A Dream, Omari Hardwick Meagan

The Luckiest People On Earth

This two-and-a-half-minute video has had nearly 8 million views on YouTube so far.My sister had to stop watching it half way; it made her anxious.I looked at it VERY differently -- from the perspective of an entrepreneur.Here it is: As an entrepreneur, watching this video made me think of the great quote from Samuel Goldwyn: "The harder I work, the luckier I get."You see, that's what frustrates me about the video. I'm not a big fan of luck that's not predicated by hard work.Because it send...
Tags: Startups, Youtube, Warsaw Poland, Edison, Samuel Goldwyn, Dave Lavinsky, Goldwyn

Carol Sloane: My Foolish Heart

The song My Foolish Heart had a hard birth. Written by Victor Young with lyrics by Ned Washington, My Foolish Heart was first sung by Martha Mears in the 1949 film of the same name. Mears was the singing voice of many film actresses, including Marjorie Reynolds in the debut of White Christmas in the 1942 movie Holiday Inn. In My Foolish Heart, though, Mears sings while playing the role of a nightclub singer. The film centers on a woman who looks back on the her true love, whom she met and lost ...
Tags: Japan, Time, New York Times, Connecticut, Jazz, Carol, Victor Young, Salinger, Mears, J D Salinger, Bosley Crowther, Susan Hayward, Dana Andrews, Marc Myers, Billy Eckstine, Goldwyn

John Goldwyn Signs First-Look Deal With Lionsgate

Lionsgate has signed John Goldwyn to a first-look deal to develop and produce original television and streaming series for the studio. Goldwyn is executive producer of the upcoming Discovery miniseries “Manhunt: Unabomber,” produced by Lionsgate. He also executive produced “Dexter” for Showtime and “Harley & The Davidsons” for Discovery. His films include “Baby Mama,” “The […]
Tags: News, Lionsgate, Showtime, Dexter, Lionsgate Television, John Goldwyn, Goldwyn, Harley The Davidsons

Tony Goldwyn Shares Story of Casting Couch Harassment: ‘I Thought It Was My Fault’

“Scandal” actor Tony Goldwyn shared his own Hollywood casting couch story in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal and the ensuing #MeToo movement. On Friday, Goldwyn tweeted his support for actress Lupita Nyong’o, who told the story of her experiences with Weinstein in a New York Times op-ed, commending her for her […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, New York Times, Harvey Weinstein, Lupita Nyong'o, Lupita Nyong, Weinstein, Tony Goldwyn, Goldwyn, MeToo

What’s Real and What’s Made Up On Amazon’s ‘The Last Tycoon’ [Interview]

Amazon’s new series The Last Tycoon might be Mad Men for the film industry. Based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, The Last Tycoon is set at the fictional Brady-American Studios in the 1930s. Matt Bomer plays studio executive Monroe Stahr and Kelsey Grammer is the studio namesake Pat Brady. Brady and Stahr navigate the politics of pre-WWII international relations and personality clashes with movie stars. Some major players of Hollywood’s Golden Age share scenes with the fictional Stahr and Bra...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Interviews, Nazis, America, Features, Nazi, Kelsey Grammer, MGM, Chris, Billy, Ray

What’s Real and What’s Made Up On Amazon’s ‘The Last Tycoon’ [TCA 2017]

Amazon’s new series The Last Tycoon might be Mad Men for the film industry. Based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, The Last Tycoon is set at the fictional Brady-American Studios in the 1930s. Matt Bomer plays studio executive Monroe Stahr and Kelsey Grammer is the studio namesake Pat Brady. Brady and Stahr navigate the politics of pre-WWII international relations and personality clashes with movie stars. Some major players of Hollywood’s Golden Age share scenes with the fictional Stahr and Bra...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Interviews, Nazis, America, Features, Nazi, Kelsey Grammer, MGM, Chris, Billy, Ray

Tom Cruise Once Angrily Admitted He Had To Ride In A Bulletproof Car Because Of Scientology — Get The Deets On The Hollywood Divorce That Set Him Off!

Can you believe there was a time Tom Cruise was afraid to openly practice Scientology? We mean, maybe he still is. He isn't keeping it secret, but he doesn't exactly jump on couches on daytime TV talking about it either. But for a few minutes in 2003, the Mission: Impossible star was more angry than scared... Related: Tom Is Maybe In LURVE... Maybe In a book about former Paramount Pictures CEO Sherry Lansing, author Stephen Galloway recounts an incident from 2003 when Lansing had to be the peace...
Tags: Celebs, Hollywood, Cruise, John, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Sherry, Tom, Leah Remini, Lansing, Stephen Galloway, Sherry Lansing, Goldwyn, John Goldwyn Goldwyn, Colleen Camp

Reese Witherspoon Has Some Very Good & Very Bad Ideas For Legally Blonde Reboot

Elle Woods has always been an inspiration of mine. She was confident, intelligent, and marched (in stilettos) to the beat of her own drum (all the way to Harvard Law School). She started out a fool in love and ended up a badass lawyer on Capitol Hill. I think every generation of kids deserves to have an Elle Woods in their lives. And, luckily, so does Reese Witherspoon. While visiting The Late Late Show with James Corden on Wednesday, the Big Little Lies actress said (again) that she was totall...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Shonda Rhimes, Reese Witherspoon, Capitol Hill, James Corden, Elle, Woods, United State, Supreme Court Justice, Corden, Elle Woods, Olivia Pope, Witherspoon, Tony Goldwyn, Harvard Law School She

Taylor Swift Has a New Mansion to Shake (Shake, Shake, Shake, Shake) In

Taylor Swift is one of the world’s richest celebrities, with estimated career earnings from her music, concerts, acting and endorsements approaching $800 million. What to do with all that money? Swift has invested much of it in real estate, with homes in New York, Rhode Island, Nashville, Tenn., and her most recent purchase of Samuel Goldwyn’s mansion in Beverly Hills. In recognition of Goldwyn’s historical contributions to the film industry, Swift is seeking landmark status for her new home to ...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Taylor Swift, Radio, Luxury, Beverly Hills, Swift, Charlie Chaplin, Latest News, Luxury Real Estate, Frances, Samuel Goldwyn, Clark Gable, Celebrity Real Estate, Goldwyn, Beverly Hills City Council

David Geffen, Samuel Goldwyn and the Search for the "Holy Grail" of Missing Movies

What started as a request from Geffen to screen the Goldwyn production 'Porgy and Bess' ended up as a hunt to find an existing print of the musical that even the Academy has been blocked from screening for its more
Tags: Movies, Bess, Geffen, Goldwyn, David Geffen Samuel Goldwyn

New The Belko Experiment President’s Day Clip Calls For Order

Just in time for President’s Day, we salute the New World Order with this new The Belko Experiment clip Writer/director James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy, Slither) and director Greg McLean’s (creator of the Wolf Creek franchise) much-buzzed (and rightfully so, read our review here) thriller The Belko Experiment  is a terrifying, provocative and at times hilarious thrill-ride that literally provokes the question; what does it take to survive at work? The film is due to theaters on March 17t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Silicon Valley, James Gunn, Newsroom, John Gallagher, Wolf Creek, Michael Rooker, Peter Safran, Greg McLean, ComingSoon, Josh Brener, BH Tilt, Orion Pictures, Goldwyn, Belko Experiment

We Want To Move Into Taylor Swift's Beverly Hills Mansion

Taylor Swift's new song may be called "I Don't Wanna Live Forever," but she does want her Beverly Hills mansion to live on in history.That's why she's seeking landmark status for the home — formerly owned by legendary film producer Samuel Goldwyn — which was featured on this week. So far, L.A. officials are into it. Once it's a landmark, it will be preserved for film fans, and T-Swift fans, of the future.Swift worked with her architects to bring the estate back to its ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Taylor Swift, New York City, Beverly Hills, Swift, Charlie Chaplin, Tribeca, Frances, Samuel Goldwyn, Clark Gable, Old Hollywood, Beverly Hills Mansion, Goldwyn

Conflict: Tillerson would Write the Rules For Exxon's Major Oil Find in Guyana

A little known program at the Department of State is now one of the biggest conflicts of interest sitting in the way of Rex Tillerson's confirmation as Secretary of State. The program is currently involved in writing oil and gas regulations for the country of Guyana, where Exxon has just announced another major oil find. Guyana, a Caribbean nation that borders Venezuela, has a population of under 1 million people and is the 3rd poorest country in Latin America. Exxon's oil find there is curren...
Tags: News, Washington Post, Mexico, Russia, Hillary Clinton, Venezuela, State Department, Huffington Post, Latin America, Caribbean, Guyana, Exxon, Clinton, State, Department of State, The State Department

Sam Worthington Cast in Discovery Channel’s Manifesto

Sam Worthington cast in Discovery Channel’s Manifesto Discovery Channel announced today that Sam Worthington (Hacksaw Ridge, Avatar) has been cast in its upcoming scripted series Manifesto, set to air next year. Produced with Lionsgate and Trigger Street Productions, the series will tell the story of how the FBI brought down Ted Kaczynski (played by Paul Bettany), also known as the “Unabomber,” one of the most infamous criminal masterminds in the world. Worthington will portray FBI Agent Jim ...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Fbi, TV News, Kevin Spacey, Mel Gibson, James Cameron, Discovery Channel, Sam Worthington, Dana Brunetti, Paul Bettany, Ross, Tabby, Bureau