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Hollywood asks Obama for support on anti-piracy treaty in private meeting, says WSJ

A Hollywood Reporter investigation says theAmerican Human Association (AHA), tasked with issuing kim kardashian video free the No Animals Were Harmed trademark in film credits, overlooked incidences of abuse, but the nonprofit said the report was misleading. I really think that the article does not paint a very accurate picture of the program and the hard work that we do out there in the field,AHA senior advisor Karen Rosa told AFP. The report featured an email from an AHA member monitoringLife of Pi, Ang Lees film about a boy and a Bengal tiger trapped on a boat, saying the tiger, known as Richard Parker in the movie, damn near drowned in one scene. Rosa said she believes the member was exaggerating, but overall the animal was not harmed. Cats are good swimmers! she said. The group acknowledged that accidents have occurred, including a horse dying on set of Steven Spielbergs War Horse,but said the report was still exaggerated. <br>Source:

Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan admits double life as Israeli spy

You can say, 'May the force be with you,' and they know what you're talking about." While people in other countries may not know the Gettysburg Address, he added, "they've had a front-row seat to our march toward progress" through watching movies and television shows like "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" and "Will & Grace." PHOTOS: Billion-dollar movie club But with that power comes "a big responsibility," Obama cautioned. "When it comes to issues like gun violence, we've got to make kim kardashian on twitter sure that we're not glorifying it, because the stories you tell shape our children's outlook and their lives." Obama praised DreamWorks and a cluster of entertainment companies as "one of America's economic engines" responsible for creating hundreds of thousands of middle-class jobs. The motion picture, sound recording and broadcasting industries have added 9,500 jobs since the end of the recession, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Despite a round of layoffs earlier this year, employment at DreamWorks has risen by 50% since January 2008. <br>Source:,0,3460726.story

Thalia To Receive Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

At DreamWorks yesterday, animators created an animated avatar that performed sections of Obama's speeches. In this meeting, executives apparently asked Obama to help keep copyright enforcement language in the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty , despite opposition from people who say it grants over-broad protections and undoes progress on issues like the legality of phone unlocking. Obama encouraged Hollywood to make peace with Silicon Valley The Journal's sources also say that Obama offered help in bridging the divide between tech and entertainment, which frequently find themselves at odds: Silicon Valley characterizes Hollywood as out of touch with reality, while Hollywood accuses Silicon Valley of running roughshod over a vibrant business in order to make a buck. One of the prime examples of this is the ongoing fight over Google's search results, which the MPAA claims are a major driver of piracy despite Google's efforts to quickly remove links to illicit downloads. In his DreamWorks speech, Obama praised Hollywood as an economic powerhouse and a producer of soft diplomatic power. <br>Source:

Obama visits DreamWorks, calls Hollywood a 'bright spot' of economy

Giovanna Antonelli and Murilo Benicio Pasion de Gavilanes (2003)- Colombia. Danna Garcia, Mario Cimarro and Michel Brown Quinceanera (1987) Mexico. Adela Noriega, Thalia and Ernesto Laguardia Cafe con aroma de mujer (1994)- Colombia. Guy Ecker and Margarita Rosa de Francisco Muneca Brava (1998)- Argentina. Natalia Oreiro and Facundo Arana Topacio (1984) RCTV. <br>Source:

In a far-reaching interview aired Monday with Israel's Channel 2 TV's flagship investigative program "Uvda," Milchan detailed a series of clandestine affairs in which he was involved and particularly how he helped purchase technologies Israel allegedly needed to operate nuclear bombs. "I did it for my country and I'm proud of it," said Milchan, who ran a successful fertilizer company in Israel before making it big in Hollywood. Even there, he says he continued with his clandestine work while maintaining close ties with Israel's leadership. The admission confirms what was first reported by authors Joseph Gelman and Meir Doron in the 2011 book, "Confidential, The Life of Secret Agent Turned Hollywood Tycoon Arnon Milchan" in which they detail how the Hollywood producer was recruited to the highly sensitive Bureau of Science Liaison (also known by the Hebrew acronym LAKAM) in the 1960s by Israels current President and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Shimon Peres. The LAKAMs mission was to secure nuclear material and technology for Israels clandestine nuclear weapons program by any means necessary. <br>Source:

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