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Props to you, Californians: Real estate’s 3 slices of the November ballot

This wouldn’t be a California election without at least a few wildly contentious ballot measures about housing and property taxes. After a bit of last-minute legislative maneuvering, the 12 propositions that California voters will be asked to weigh in on has been finalized. Here’s the three real estate-related ones … Prop 15: Split roll Who put it there: Citizens. Campaign largely funded by the California Teachers Association, SEIU California and the Chan Zuckerberg Foundation Type: Cons...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, Politics, News, California, Housing, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Jeff Bridges, Los Angeles Times, Legislature, San Mateo, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Weinstein

10 Great Weird Movies Available on Midnight Pulp

10 Great Weird Movies Available on Midnight Pulp recently took advantage of the movie app Midnight Pulp, and found a whole slew of wonderfully strange genre fare for some of our more adventurous readers out there. Check out our list of 10 Great Weird Movies Available on Midnight Pulp below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCook...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, China, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Moscow, Jackson, Jeff Bridges, Peter Jackson, Alice, Howard, Kay, Ken, Charlie, George C Scott

‘American Horror Stories’ and ‘Y: The Last Man’ TV Series Move from FX to FX on Hulu

FX has found a lot of success with its FX on Hulu initiative. The dedicated streaming hub for new and classic series from FX Networks, FX on Hulu has allowed niche shows like Devs and prestige dramas like Mrs. America to find major streaming audiences where they may not have before, and helped Hulu build out its original content brand to compete with Netflix. In Hulu’s annual NewFronts presentation, the streamer revealed two other buzzy titles will be joining the FX on Hulu catalogue, including...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Horror, Sci-fi, Disney, Netflix, Steve Martin, Hulu, Jeff Bridges, Nick Robinson, Ryan Murphy, Martin Short, Martin, Frankie, Dan Fogelman

Final The King’s Man Trailer Offers Deeper Look at Action Prequel

Final The King’s Man trailer offers deeper look at action prequel It’s been over six months since we last heard that Disney had delayed the release of the highly-anticipated third installment in the hit action spy franchise and now 20th Century Studios has unveiled a new trailer for The King’s Man from series co-writer and director Matthew Vaughn. The trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Disney Sets Last Duel Release, Pushes Back The King’s Man PB ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Disney, Ralph Fiennes, Jeff Bridges, King, Tequila, Kingsman, Matthew Vaughn, ComingSoon, Movie News, Eggsy, Tequila Channing Tatum, Sweden Harry, Ginger Ale Halle Berry, 20th Century Studios

Writing ‘The Fisher King’ (After Two Failed Starts) and the Influence of Howard Stern

He had a home, love of a girl But men get lost sometimes as years unfurl New York Minute  Written by Don Henley, Danny Kortchmar, and Jai Winding. The original spark for The Fisher King (1991) was screenwriter  Richard LaGravenese seeing two men crossing Third Ave. in Manhatten late one night. It triggered in his mind […]
Tags: Podcast, Robin Williams, Filmmaking, Howard Stern, Jeff Bridges, Richard LaGravenese, Screenwriting, Manhatten, The Fisher King, The Moment with Brain Koppelman, Don Henley Danny Kortchmar

‘TRON Legacy’ Director Talks About the Possibility of ‘TRON 3’ Ever Coming Together at Disney

Even though the reception to TRON Legacy was mixed, there’s still a vocal contingent of fans who want to return to the grid with yet another sequel in the Disney sci-fi franchise. Even though development on a third movie has been stagnant, we recently learned there was a TRON series in development for Disney+, but it was scrapped before it was ever announced. Many are wondering if TRON has been shut down for good, but TRON Legacy director Joseph Kosinski isn’t so hopeless. Joseph Kosinski rec...
Tags: Movies, China, Sci-fi, Disney, Daft Punk, Sequels, Shanghai, Jeff Bridges, Tron, Kosinski, Joseph-Kosinski, Disney/Pixar, Tron Legacy, Tron 3, Steven Lisberger

Director Joseph Kosinski Weighs in On Tron: Legacy Sequel

Director Joseph Kosinski Weighs in On Tron: Legacy Sequel It’s been 10 years since Tron: Legacy and Disney still hasn’t produced a sequel. The film was a modest hit with $400 million worldwide, but the powers that be decided to pull the plug on the follow-up at the very last second — a move that hasn’t sat well with the film’s fans. There’s still hope, faithful Tron followers, as director Joesph Kosinski reignited sequel talk in a recent interview with RELATED: CS Recommends: ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Jeff Bridges, Mouse House, Movie News, Sequel, Tron: Legacy

'He didn't even pretend to let us win'… Growing up with the world's biggest stars, by their children

The sons and daughters of John Wayne, John Lennon, Caitlyn Jenner and others tell us what it was like to grow up with a world-famous dadA lot of the happy memories of my father are from the late 1960s at Kenwood, the old Tudor house we had in Surrey, when I was a little boy. Without knowing it, I probably saw some of the greatest musicians in the world come and go through that house. Continue reading...
Tags: Family, Music, Film, John Lennon, Life and style, Culture, Television & radio, Parents and parenting, Miles Davis, Surrey, John Wayne, Kenwood, Jeff Bridges, Tudor, Samuel L Jackson, Caitlyn Jenner

Daily Dose: Two childhood friends reconnect, sexual tension ensues

Welcome to Queerty’s latest entry in our Queerantined: Daily Dose series. Every day as long as the COVID-19 pandemic has us under quarantine, we’ll release a suggested bit of gloriously queer entertainment designed to keep you from getting stir crazy in the house. The Sleeper: Chuck & Buck This gem of a film went overlooked when it played art house cinemas back in 2000. Since seeing it, we’ve made it a point to spread the word: Chuck & Buck is a savage, sexually charged comedy. Queer comedian M...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Jeff Bridges, White, Mike White, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Charlie, Daily Dose, Chuck & Buck, Amazon YouTube Vudu, Queerantined, Charlie Chris Weitz

FX launches on Hulu, offering over 40 shows and originals

FX content is coming to Hulu. The company announced today the launch of a new FX hub on the streaming service that includes over 40 FX Networks TV shows, new original linear series, and other FX originals that will now be exclusive to Hulu. The addition is made possible thanks to Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox and its subsequent deal with NBCU that gave it full operational control of Hulu. Since then, Disney has made a number of changes to the streaming service, including a massive reo...
Tags: TC, Disney, Tech, Atlanta, Fox, Silicon Valley, Philadelphia, Hulu, Jeff Bridges, Cate Blanchett, 21st Century Fox, Nbcu, Alex Garland, Garland, Kate Mara, Disney Fox

Is FX on Hulu Disney’s Secret Weapon to Capture Grown-Ups in the Streaming Wars?

If you signed up for Disney+ to watch The Mandalorian and have, since then, streamed every Disney, Marvel and Star Wars movie worth a second look, you may be asking yourself: What has this platform done for me lately? While tweens can point to Gina Rodriguez’s charming Diary of a Future President and Star Wars die-hards might be enjoying new episodes of the animated Clone Wars (both 2020 debuts), the next major Disney+ series with obvious all-ages appeal—Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter S...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Kerry Washington, News, Reese Witherspoon, Uncategorized, Disney, America, Atlanta, Fox, Dave, Netflix, Wes Anderson, Streaming

Photo Flashback: Jeff Daniels Stars in FIFTH OF JULY On Broadway In 1981

For today's photo flashback, we're going back to 1981with Jeff Bridges as he leaves Broadway's Apollo Theatre following a performance of Lanford Wilson's Fifth of July. [Author: Walter McBride]
Tags: Theatre, Jeff Daniels, Broadway, Jeff Bridges, Lanford Wilson, Walter McBride

Devs Trailer Reveals New Look at FX-Hulu’s Upcoming Limited Series

Devs trailer reveals new look at FX-Hulu’s upcoming limited series FX has released the first-look promo trailer for the upcoming limited sci-fi series Devs, highlighting a woman’s determination in the finding out the truth as she tries to investigate Nick Offerman’s titular division. Also starring Sonoya Mizuno, you can check out the Devs trailer in the player below! RELATED: Devs Trailer Reveals New Look at FX-Hulu’s Upcoming Limited Series In Devs, a young computer engineer, Lily Chan (Mizu...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, San Francisco, TV News, Nick Offerman, John Lithgow, Hulu, Jeff Bridges, FX, Scott Rudin, Amaya, Alison, Kenton, Lily, Jamie

Junior Johnson, Moonshine Runner Turned NASCAR Driver Dies Aged 88

Robert Glenn “Junior” Johnson, the moonshine runner turned NASCAR driver described as “The Last American Hero” by author Tom Wolfe in a 1965 article for Esquire, died Friday. He was 88. NASCAR announced the death of Johnson, the winner of 50 races as a driver and 132 as an owner. He was a member of the inaugural class inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame in 2010. “From his early days running moonshine through the end of his life, Junior wholly embodied the NASCAR spirit,” NASCAR Chairman J...
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Reagan, Obituary, Associated Press, Johnson, North Carolina, Meredith, Jeff Bridges, Nascar, Junior, Lisa, Daytona, Esquire, NASCAR Hall of Fame, Wolfe

Here’s Everything to Know About the 2020 Award Show Season

The holidays are fast approaching, but there’s another big season on the horizon—one that features golden trophies and designer gowns in lieu of mistletoe, reindeer pajamas and latkes. Yes, that’s right: The 2020 award show season is officially here. Following early accolades like the Gotham Awards and the New York and Los Angeles Film Critics’ awards, the announcement of the 2020 Golden Globe nominees kicked the season into high gear on Dec. 9. The Globes nominations had their fair share o...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, London, Lana Del Rey, News, Taylor Swift, Nbc, Abc, Uncategorized, Awards, America, Los Angeles, Bbc

The 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

Over the past few weeks, as I’ve done for the past several years, I’ve combed through many of the best online gift guides to highlight some of the best holiday gifts out there. It’s a curated meta-guide for your holiday giving. Here we go! First thing’s first: charitable giving should be top-of-mind every holiday season. Giving locally is key. I support our area food shelf year-round, with an extra gift for Thanksgiving and the December holiday; giving money instead of food is best. The kids ...
Tags: UK, US, House, Nintendo, Red Cross, Margaret Atwood, Mario Kart, Kano, Vox, Jeff Bridges, Nancy, Salvation Army, Sichuan, Givewell, Jason Kottke, Jada Pinkett Smith

I think this is a sign that everything's going to be all right.

The Guardian, on its front page, features an article titled "The 10 greatest cardigans." And "cardigans" isn't some special British word for something more important than a sweater that buttons down the front. This is actually an article identifying and ranking the great button-down sweaters in history. #7 is that thick, nubby thing Jeff Bridges wore in "The Big Lebowski." #4 is that even rattier thing Kurt Cobain wore in Nirvana's MTV "Unplugged" performance. #1 is the J. Crew "symbol of Michel...
Tags: London, Law, Michelle Obama, Buckingham Palace, Sweaters, Jeff Bridges, The Big Lebowski, Kurt Cobain, Big Lebowski, Ann Althouse, Michelle O

Disney Sets Last Duel Release, Pushes Back The King’s Man

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Disney sets Last Duel release, pushes back The King’s Man Amidst a new calendar that includes five mystery Marvel Cinematic Universe projects, Disney has unveiled a release date for Ridley Scott’s period drama The Last Duel led by Matt Damon (Ford v. Ferrari) for a Christmas 2020 release and has pushed back Matthew Vaughn’s prequel to his hit franchise The King’s Man seven months to a September release. (via The Hollywood Reporter) RELATED: Adam Driver Prepares for The ...
Tags: Movies, Matt Damon, Disney, Fox, Ferrari, Ford, Ralph Fiennes, Ridley Scott, Jeff Bridges, Adam Driver, King, Nicole Holofcener, Tequila, Kevin Walsh, Kingsman, Scott

Oprah Buys Jeff Bridges’ Historic Montecito Ranch

The Dude no longer abides, at least not at this Montecito, Calif. address. Prolific Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges and his longtime wife Susan Geston have sold their bucolic Santa Barbara-area retreat, a lovingly preserved Spanish Revival-style compound that dates to 1919 and was originally designed by esteemed local architect James Osborne Craig. And perhaps unsurprisingly, […]
Tags: Jeff Bridges, Moguls, Santa Barbara, Montecito, Coldwell Banker, Susan Geston, Montecito Calif, Power Players, Oprah Buys Jeff Bridges, Montecito Ranch, James Osborne Craig

Jeff Bridges’ FX Pilot ‘Old Man’ Casts E.J. Bonilla, Leem Lubany (EXCLUSIVE)

The FX drama pilot “The Old Man” starring Jeff Bridges has added two new cast members. Variety has learned exclusively that both Leem Lubany and E.J. Bonilla have joined the project. In addition to Bridges, they join previously announced cast members John Lithgow, Amy Brenneman, and Alia Shawkat. Based on the bestselling novel of the […]
Tags: News, Jeff Bridges, FX, Variety, Alia Shawkat, Leem Lubany, E J Bonilla, The Old Man, Bonilla Leem Lubany, John Lithgow Amy Brenneman

Beau Bridges on His Mentors: UCLA Basketball Coach John Wooden and His Father

Three-time Emmy-winner Beau Bridges is in his eighth decade of professional acting. His name first appeared in Variety when he was just 6, in a March 29, 1948, review of the Arthur Miller play “All My Sons” at the Las Palmas Theatre in Hollywood. The reviewer enthused, “One of the highlights of the first act […]
Tags: Hollywood, Features, Jeff Bridges, Arthur Miller, Ucla, John Wooden, Beau Bridges, Las Palmas Theatre

The Unconventional Road to John Turturro’s Unofficial ‘Big Lebowski’ Spinoff ‘The Jesus Rolls’

By now, John Turturro is used to being recognized as Jesus Quintana, the flamboyant, purple-polyester-clad competitive bowling maven who stares down Jeff Bridges’ “the Dude” at the lanes in “The Big Lebowski.” The chameleon-like character actor has made multiple films with the Coen brothers, Spike Lee and even Michael Bay. But when he goes out […]
Tags: News, Michael Bay, Spike Lee, Jeff Bridges, The Big Lebowski, Ethan Coen, John Turturro, Joel Coen, Jesus Quintana, The Jesus Rolls

The Unconventional Road to John Turturro’s Unofficial ‘Big Lebowski’ Spinoff ‘Jesus Rolls’

By now, John Turturro is used to being recognized as Jesus Quintana, the flamboyant, purple-polyester-clad competitive bowling maven who stares down Jeff Bridges’ “the Dude” at the lanes in “The Big Lebowski.” The chameleon-like character actor has made multiple films with the Coen brothers, Spike Lee and even Michael Bay. But when he goes out […]
Tags: News, Michael Bay, Spike Lee, Jeff Bridges, The Big Lebowski, Ethan Coen, John Turturro, Joel Coen, Jesus Quintana, The Jesus Rolls

Devs Teaser Offers First Look at Alex Garland’s FX Series

Devs teaser offers first look at Alex Garland’s FX Series FX debuted the first teaser for the upcoming sci-fi drama limited series Devs from Oscar-nominated writer/director Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation) posing the question of where love will take a person and the lengths one will go to attain it. Check out the Devs teaser in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'g...
Tags: TV, Movies, San Francisco, TV News, John Lithgow, Teaser, Jeff Bridges, FX, Alex, Scott Rudin, Amaya, Alison, Kenton, Lily, Ex Machina, Jamie

Jeff Bridges Takes Photographs

Ever since Starman in 1984, Jeff Bridges has taken photos on the set of every film he’s acted in using his Widelux F8 camera. Sometimes he compiles them into picture books for the cast and crew. Sometimes he posts them to his charmingly old school website. And sometimes he compiles them into coffee table books that you and I can have in our homes. Nick Chen recently interviewed Bridges about his photography. Dazed: You did The Big Lebowski and True Grit with the Coen Brothers. What do they ...
Tags: Jeff Bridges, Jason Kottke, Roger Deakins, Nick Chen

Matthew Vaughn Says Kingsman 3 Will Conclude Eggsy and Harry’s Story

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Matthew Vaughn says Kingsman 3 will conclude Eggsy and Harry’s story The upcoming third installment of the Kingsman series will be the last one to focus on the student/teacher relationship of Taron Egerton’s Eggsy and Colin Firth’s Harry. Speaking with Digital Spy, director Matthew Vaughn said that the upcoming Kingsman 3 will be the last film to focus on the rapport between these two characters. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptSt...
Tags: Movies, Harry, Jeff Bridges, Colin Firth, Tequila, Kingsman, Vaughn, Taron Egerton, Matthew Vaughn, Movie News, Eggsy, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Digital Spy, Kingsman 3, Tequila Channing Tatum, Sweden Harry

‘Dude’, ‘Grotesque’, And Other Words That Came From High-Culture History

Dude seems to have developed from a pejorative epithet for a man about as far as possible from Jeff Bridges’s character as one could get. Grotesque came from a hole in the ground in Rome. Picturesque originally referred to actual pictures — specifically, a particular style of painting. Silhouette started as Louis XV’s treasury secretary, became a snippy insult, and only then came to refer to framed side-views of a person, cut from black paper. – BBC
Tags: Art, Words, Jeff Bridges, Grotesque, Louis XV, 05.08.19, Rome Picturesque

‘Avengers: Endgame’: Here’s How ‘Back to the Future’ Co-Creator Bob Gale Responded to Those References

It’s fair to say that Bob Gale may be one of the people on Earth who has most shaped the way human beings think about time travel. Sure, you could put people like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking up there, but Gale is the co-writer/producer of the Back to the Future trilogy, and it’s a safe bet that more people have seen those movies than have cracked open a book by either of those two scientists. As you undoubtedly know by now, Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame deals extensively with time t...
Tags: Quotes, Movies, Sequels, Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein, Jeff Bridges, Marvel Studios, Gale, Paul Rudd, Bob Gale, Marvel Studios Avengers, Lebowski, Scott Lang, Sebastian Stan, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure

Jeff Bridges Asks $8 Million for Historic Montecito Estate

The Dude currently abides in Montecito, but not for much longer. Not at this address, at least. Oscar-winning actor Jeff Bridges has listed his 4-plus-acre ranch in the tony seaside community, with an asking price of just under $8 million. Bridges and his wife of 42 years, Susan Geston, purchased the equestrian-friendly property in April […]
Tags: Real Estate, News, Jeff Bridges, Montecito, Susan Geston, Montecito Estate