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March 9, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK - Sarah Polley, Julie Delpy and Michael Winterbottom will bring films to this year's Tribeca Film Festival. Starring in other selections are: Maggie Gyllenhaal ("Hysteria"), Greta Gerwig ("Lola Versus"), John Hawkes ("The Playroom"), Salma Hayek ("As Luck Would Have It") and Jesse Eisenberg ("Free Samples"). The 11th annual festival will be held April 18-29. Opening will be "The Five-Year Engagement," a comedy starring Jason Segel and produced by Judd Apatow.
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March 29, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
SUPERMAN. Batman. Wonder Woman. Critics. Who wins? Duh. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice rebounded from a bat cave full of bad reviews to debut with a massive $170.1 million in North America, the sixth best opening of all-time. The stakes were high for the Warner Bros. release, which cost $250 million to make and about $150 million to market. But the studio's bid to launch a DC Comics universe to rival Marvel's empire was met with persistent PR pains and numerous changes in the release date.
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April 16, 2011 | By MARK KENNEDY, Associated Press
NEW YORK - Kathleen Turner is as confused as anyone about the heavenly detour her roles have taken lately. She's making her first appearance as a Roman Catholic nun when the play "High" opens Tuesday on Broadway. And, in a divine bit of coincidence, the actress best known for "Body Heat" and "Romancing the Stone" also stars as a suburban mom striving to be named Catholic Woman of the Year in a film opening at the same time at the Tribeca Film Festival. "For some reason this year it's my year of Catholicism.
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April 21, 2015 | BY JENELLE JANCI, Daily News Staff Writer
DJ AM got a second chance at life. The celebrity deejay, born Adam Goldstein, survived a 2008 plane crash in South Carolina that killed four. Goldstein and his frequent collaborator, Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker, survived. Just a year later, Goldstein was found dead in his Manhattan apartment from an accidental drug overdose. He was 36. Goldstein was born in Philadelphia and lived near Rittenhouse Square until he moved to Los Angeles at 14. He attended the Philadelphia School, Greenfield Elementary and Friends' Central.
NEWS
July 15, 2016 | By Kevin Riordan, Columnist
Proton packs, slime-blowers, a fully customized ecto-mobile, and a pop tune that's haunted humankind since 1984. Looks as if somebody called the Ghostbusters of New Jersey. The volunteer band of fans who wear custom-built Ghostbusters regalia to public events statewide "used to be just me and a couple of friends dressed up for Halloween," says GBNJ founder Bill Malkin, a customer service supervisor from Hamilton, Mercer County. The grassroots ghostbuster phenomenon was inspired by film promoter and costumed superfan Peter Mosen, and got started shortly after the movie's release.
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March 29, 2010 | By HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
A PAIR OF paparazzi at Los Angeles International Airport got in a fight while they staked out the best curb position to shoot . . . . . . British singer Pixie Lott. Surely you've heard of Pixie Lott. No? Well, "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" was a big hit across the pond, and Pixie's pix must command huge sums from the British tabs in order for paps to fight over her best angle. Airport police spokeswoman Sgt. Belinda Nettles said Saturday that pap Stefan Saad was arrested on suspicion of felony battery after the Friday night scuffle with an unnamed pap. Saad was released Saturday after posting $50,000 bail.
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December 9, 2011 | BY MOLLY EICHEL, eichelm@phillynews.com 215-854-5909
JUST AS THE ball drops in Times Square every year, the compilation movie is becoming an annual tradition. While the Brit-inflected "Love, Actually" (2003) is the mack daddy of the genre, the American counterparts began in earnest with "He's Just Not that Into You" (2009) and Garry Marshall's "Valentine's Day" (2010). Marshall continues his holiday streak with "New Year's Eve," celebrating the one day when, as Ashton Kutcher's bearded comic book artist puts it, "People who don't drink or party all year suddenly are going all Kanye on you. " As with "Valentine's Day," the stories of many freakishly attractive normals mix and mingle, coming together as the story sees fit, whether it's Zac Efron's bike messenger helping Michelle Pfeiffer's repressed secretary check off her resolutions or Jessica Biel and Seth Myers attempt to have the first baby born in 2012 in order to win a pile of cash.
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April 15, 2013
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April 23, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
YOU WANT the Answer? Watch "Iverson," a documentary about a pint-sized player who made a giant impact in the NBA. The film, which debuted at New York's Tribeca Film Festival last April, will premiere on television on Showtime on May 16 at 9 p.m. Director Zatella Beatty somehow squeezes Allen Iverson's life into 97 minutes. Touches on his childhood in Hampton, Va., his much-publicized arrest at a bowling alley brawl at 17, his college years at Georgetown and his NBA career, which included 12 seasons with the Sixers.
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March 12, 2010 | By HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
ACCORDING to a TMZ.com mole in the L.A. County Coroner's Office, Corey Haim had heart trouble. It may not have caused his death, but the coroner found pulmonary congestion, an enlarged heart and water in the lungs of the 38-year-old actor, who died Wednesday. As TMZ.com first reported, police found Valium, Vicodin and Soma in Haim's apartment, but the coroner will not determine a cause of death until Haim's toxicology report is in. Seats in the red section Conan O'Brien is taking his "Show" on the road.
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July 15, 2016 | By Kevin Riordan, Columnist
Proton packs, slime-blowers, a fully customized ecto-mobile, and a pop tune that's haunted humankind since 1984. Looks as if somebody called the Ghostbusters of New Jersey. The volunteer band of fans who wear custom-built Ghostbusters regalia to public events statewide "used to be just me and a couple of friends dressed up for Halloween," says GBNJ founder Bill Malkin, a customer service supervisor from Hamilton, Mercer County. The grassroots ghostbuster phenomenon was inspired by film promoter and costumed superfan Peter Mosen, and got started shortly after the movie's release.
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April 28, 2016 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer
During Coachella's inaugural weekend, Philadelphia millennial-about-town Ian Michael Crumm chilled with Kylie Jenner at her Paper Magazine-sponsored soiree. Other Coachella coups: He was selected by H&M to model in one of the Swedish brand's Twitter posts. Upscale online shopping app Spring liked Crumm's seductive-but-boy-next-door looks, so its social-media team outfitted the 23-year-old recent Drexel grad with an ICNY Sport reflective shirt for an Instagram post. (To date, there have been 600 "likes.
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March 29, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
SUPERMAN. Batman. Wonder Woman. Critics. Who wins? Duh. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice rebounded from a bat cave full of bad reviews to debut with a massive $170.1 million in North America, the sixth best opening of all-time. The stakes were high for the Warner Bros. release, which cost $250 million to make and about $150 million to market. But the studio's bid to launch a DC Comics universe to rival Marvel's empire was met with persistent PR pains and numerous changes in the release date.
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August 31, 2015 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Columnist
Actors aren't the only ones who get typecast. Just ask Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce, principals behind a string of successful, powerful, provocative documentaries - The Art of the Steal , Last Days Here , The Atomic States of America , and Rock School among them. The duo, partners in work and in life and long-time Philadelphians, had been itching to try something different, something with a screenplay and stars attached. Not so fast. "It's really hard to get opportunities in that world when you've been branded a documentary filmmaker," says Joyce, who grew up in Delaware County.
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May 18, 2015 | John Smallwood, Daily News Sports Columnist
IF YOU PUT aside what you think you know about Allen Iverson, the documentary "Iverson" is a fascinating look into the soul of one of the most beloved, yet controversial, sports figures to perform in Philadelphia. Produced and directed by Zatella Beatty, "Iverson" debuts tonight at 9 o'clock on Showtime. The documentary, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, tells of the circumstances that turned a kid who could have been swallowed up by life in the projects into a man who became an unlikely international cultural icon through his basketball skills and stubborn anti-establishment personality.
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April 23, 2015 | By Jenny DeHuff
A Phresh face for film fest Philadelphia has its largest presence in years at the Tribeca Film Festival. Cosmo DeNicola , owner of the Philadelphia Soul, was proud to represent the City of Brotherly Love on Monday at a luncheon at the United Nations headquarters, in New York City, to recognize Iraqi filmmaker Yasir Kareem . Kareem was honored for the creation of his short film "Kingdom of Garbage," which is featured this week...
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April 23, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
YOU WANT the Answer? Watch "Iverson," a documentary about a pint-sized player who made a giant impact in the NBA. The film, which debuted at New York's Tribeca Film Festival last April, will premiere on television on Showtime on May 16 at 9 p.m. Director Zatella Beatty somehow squeezes Allen Iverson's life into 97 minutes. Touches on his childhood in Hampton, Va., his much-publicized arrest at a bowling alley brawl at 17, his college years at Georgetown and his NBA career, which included 12 seasons with the Sixers.
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April 21, 2015 | BY JENELLE JANCI, Daily News Staff Writer
DJ AM got a second chance at life. The celebrity deejay, born Adam Goldstein, survived a 2008 plane crash in South Carolina that killed four. Goldstein and his frequent collaborator, Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker, survived. Just a year later, Goldstein was found dead in his Manhattan apartment from an accidental drug overdose. He was 36. Goldstein was born in Philadelphia and lived near Rittenhouse Square until he moved to Los Angeles at 14. He attended the Philadelphia School, Greenfield Elementary and Friends' Central.
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April 25, 2014 | BY JOHN CORRIGAN, corrigj@phillynews.com
JORDAN ALEXANDER, middle linebacker for the Martin Luther King High School Cougars, worried about his school consolidating with on-and-off-the-field rival Germantown High School last year due to budget cuts plaguing the School District of Philadelphia. "In ninth grade during the traditional Thanksgiving game, players and fans were fighting so bad that police rode horses onto the field during a snowstorm and hit people with batons to break it up," Alexander said. Now with graduation weeks away, Alexander laughs about that brawl.
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April 18, 2014 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
The short film is grim: A young woman's life is hijacked when her husband suffers a neurological complication that completely incapacitates him, leaving her to care for him and their baby. For the film's producer, Rob Wunder III, the character's predicament hits very close to home. He became a quadriplegic after a devastating accident when he was in high school. His father gave up teaching to live with him in a dorm for four-plus years while Wunder studied film at Temple University.
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