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Sexy Images In Hollywood, Jp Morgan, Divorce: Second Look

Hoberman's collection in particular has been in flux since he started. "I started off collecting mid-century American art," says Hoberman, who paid off a $120 tab to get a Claes Oldenburg print when he was 16. "Then, I couldn't afford what I wanted to really have. I remember a [1950s and '60s Bay Area artist Richard] Diebenkorn painting I couldn't afford. I started hanging out with Dean and got into contemporary art, and ended up falling in love with that. I turned 60 last year, and what I wanted to do, for my kids, is buy more blue-chip contemporary art like Albert Oehlen, Rudolf Stingel, a beautiful large Cindy Sherman, Christopher Wool. I have a dozen pieces that will endure time. <br>Source:

TV reboots: Is Hollywood just out of ideas?

Divorce is selfish In the piece "Divorce is good and other myths: Column," commentary writer Diane Medved talks about how couples often are affected by divorces as well as children. Divorce is rampant, and when children are involved, it is one of the most selfish things a parent can do (Opinion, Oct. 24). While adults may no longer be able to stand each other as spouses, they must understand that they are still in fact parents. The relationship between parents and children should be kim kardashian scandal seamless, not sewn back together once each parent has moved on. <br>Source:

Spencer Lowell This story first appeared in the Nov. 8 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. There's a serious love affair going on between Hollywood and the art world. Exhibit A: In May, a charity art auction organized by Leonardo DiCaprio raised $38 million in one night and set sales records for 13 artists. Exhibit B: A month later, Paramount chairman and CEO Brad Grey stepped up to join Brian Grazer, Michael Lynton and Bryan Lourd on the entertainment-heavy board of LACMA. Exhibit C: the artist-actor hybrid that is James Franco. Suddenly, everyone in town seems to have gone collecting mad. <br>Source:

Hollywood interests pony up for Steinberg

On the same day Al Jazeera America broke the story of a Hollywood-themed FBI sting ensnaring state Sen. Ron Calderon, a campaign committee of Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg reported several contributions from Tinsel Town movie interests. Steinberg's 2018 campaign for lieutenant governor collected more than $27,000 in donations from director Steven Spielberg, his wife Kate Capshaw, Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg and his wife Marilyn Katzenberg, according to a filing with the secretary of state's office. Steinberg is mentioned several times in a 124-page FBI affidavit in which Calderon allegedly tells an undercover FBI agent that Steinberg supports his effort to lower the threshold on the state's film tax credit. Steinberg has not been implicated in the case. <br>Source:

Hollywood's Top 25 Art Collectors

But Zap2it's Laurel Brown points out that "for the most part, it's the shows that don't know why they exist -- other than having a connection to the past -- that falter. This is, unfortunately, all too common a problem." "It's hard to make a TV show a success," she wrote . "That's the thinking that often seems to be behind the idea of a reboot. But are reboots any help? Looking at their recent history, the answer may be a resounding no." We have seen it with shows pics of kim kardashian such as "Charlies Angel's," "The Bionic Woman," "Love Boat," "Knight Rider," "Get Smart" and "Melrose Place." This season's "Ironside" was declared "worst new drama " by reviewer Brian Tallerico . As one TV Guide writer said, "Sometimes viewers have such strong memories of an original that the new version can never compare." "Honing the 'spirit' of a beloved show is difficult; recapturing it is even more so," writes Brie Hiramine of Flavorwire. <br>Source:

Hollywood action star Sylvester Stallone unveils abstract paintings

Museum director Vladimir Gusev said Stallones paintings show the character of a passionate man and were not simply the work of an amateur. This is a real artist, he told journalists. The Russian museum Kim Kardashian does not show weak artists. The exhibit attracted a crowd of about 1,000 intrigued people who stood in line on opening day to enter the museum in the centre of Russias second city. I watched Stallones movies, Im not surprised that such a macho man can make paintings. I want to look at them, said Natalia Akimova, 49. Others were curious but dismissive. Im sure these paintings wouldnt be up if someone else produced them, said Igor Savenko. <br>Source:

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