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Postby Omega » Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:38 pm

Bill O'Reilly is done. Never cared for him but I don't automatically believe he's guilty either. In this atmosphere it's incredibly easy for accuser to extort. Part of the problem is the companies would rather settle than go to court.

But bill Clinton totally not a rapist. No news there. He was never bff with a guy with his own a pedophile island.




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Postby bjmdds » Thu Apr 20, 2017 3:03 am

He will resurface soon elsewhere, be it on the internet or radio.
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Postby bjmdds » Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:38 pm

A five-studio tug of war has broken out over James Bond.

For more than a decade, starting with “Casino Royale” in 2006, the superspy series has been based at Sony Pictures Entertainment. It has been a period of stability and prosperity for 007, as global ticket sales reached new heights. The four Bond films that Sony has released collected $3.5 billion at the worldwide box office, after adjusting for inflation.

But Sony’s contract to market and distribute the films expired in 2015 with “Spectre.” So the two companies that control the franchise but do not distribute their own films — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and the family-run Eon Productions — have started attending dog and pony shows put on by studios that want the rights, according to five people briefed on the sessions, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

On Tuesday, for instance, leaders at Sony spent an hour making their case. Kazuo Hirai, the chief executive, helped give the pitch, which emphasized the studio’s deep knowledge of Bond and its ideas for expanding the franchise’s reach. In true Hollywood fashion, Sony gave its presentation inside a sound stage on a recreated set from “Dr. No,” which was released in the United States in 1963 by United Artists and laid the foundation for the entire series.

Also vying for the Bond deal — even though it pays surprisingly little — are Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Annapurna, an ambitious upstart financed and led by the Oracle heiress Megan Ellison. (Not competing for the business are Paramount, which has been struggling and recently hired a new chairman, and Walt Disney Studios, which has been on a box office hot streak by focusing on its own family film labels.)

MGM and Eon, which stands for Everything or Nothing, are only offering a one-film contract. The expired Sony deal was for four movies. MGM, which is owned by private equity firms, including Anchorage Capital Partners, probably wants to keep its options open as it considers a sale or public offering.

Casting for the franchise has not been discussed in the meetings, according to the people briefed on them, although producers hope Daniel Craig will play the lead for at least one more chapter. He has a gap on his docket, according to movie industry databases, that would allow for filming.

Representatives for MGM, Eon and the studios pursuing the rights either had no comment or did not return calls.

The eagerness to land Bond underscores the continuing strength of the series but also the realities of the modern movie business. As competition for leisure time increases, studios have focused more intently on global blockbusters, and those are in short supply. In some ways, the Bond series was the first to go after a worldwide audience.
Under its previous agreement, Sony paid 50 percent of the production costs for “Spectre” — which totaled some $250 million after accounting for government incentives — but only received 25 percent of certain profits, once costs were recouped. Sony also shouldered tens of millions of dollars in marketing and had to give MGM a piece of the profit from non-Bond films Sony had in its own pipeline, including “22 Jump Street.”

In a 2014 email stolen by hackers and widely published online, Andrew Gumpert, who then oversaw business affairs for Sony, figured that the studio would realize about $38 million in profit if “Spectre” performed as “Skyfall” did. And “Spectre” did not, taking in $881 million, about 20 percent less than “Skyfall,” which was released in 2012.

Why, then, do studios want to distribute Bond so badly? Bragging rights, mostly. Having a Bond movie on the schedule guarantees at least one hit in a business where there is almost no sure thing.

Bond is gargantuan: The 25 movies have taken in nearly $6 billion at the North American box office, after adjusting for inflation, according to Box Office Mojo. The series has generated billions more in overseas ticket sales, home entertainment revenue, television reruns, marketing partnerships (Omega watches, Aston Martin cars, Gillette razors) and video games.

For at least one suitor, Annapurna, landing Bond would be transformative. Ms. Ellison started by focusing on prestige films like “Her” and “American Hustle.” But she has been diversifying toward more commercial movies like the animated hit “Sausage Party” and recently hired a senior 20th Century Fox executive to oversee production. Last month, Annapurna signed an unrelated distribution deal with MGM.

The person Ms. Ellison and the other bidders need to impress the most is Barbara Broccoli, who runs Eon Productions. Moviemaking is a collaborative process, but Ms. Broccoli and her older half brother, Michael G. Wilson, have final say over every line of dialogue, casting decision, stunt sequence, marketing tie-in, TV ad, poster and billboard.
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Postby John Drake » Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:14 am

bjmdds wrote:A five-studio tug of war has broken out over James Bond.

For more than a decade, starting with “Casino Royale” in 2006, the superspy series has been based at Sony Pictures Entertainment. It has been a period of stability and prosperity for 007, as global ticket sales reached new heights. The four Bond films that Sony has released collected $3.5 billion at the worldwide box office, after adjusting for inflation.

But Sony’s contract to market and distribute the films expired in 2015 with “Spectre.” So the two companies that control the franchise but do not distribute their own films — Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and the family-run Eon Productions — have started attending dog and pony shows put on by studios that want the rights, according to five people briefed on the sessions, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations.

On Tuesday, for instance, leaders at Sony spent an hour making their case. Kazuo Hirai, the chief executive, helped give the pitch, which emphasized the studio’s deep knowledge of Bond and its ideas for expanding the franchise’s reach. In true Hollywood fashion, Sony gave its presentation inside a sound stage on a recreated set from “Dr. No,” which was released in the United States in 1963 by United Artists and laid the foundation for the entire series.

Also vying for the Bond deal — even though it pays surprisingly little — are Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Annapurna, an ambitious upstart financed and led by the Oracle heiress Megan Ellison. (Not competing for the business are Paramount, which has been struggling and recently hired a new chairman, and Walt Disney Studios, which has been on a box office hot streak by focusing on its own family film labels.)

MGM and Eon, which stands for Everything or Nothing, are only offering a one-film contract. The expired Sony deal was for four movies. MGM, which is owned by private equity firms, including Anchorage Capital Partners, probably wants to keep its options open as it considers a sale or public offering.

Casting for the franchise has not been discussed in the meetings, according to the people briefed on them, although producers hope Daniel Craig will play the lead for at least one more chapter. He has a gap on his docket, according to movie industry databases, that would allow for filming.

Representatives for MGM, Eon and the studios pursuing the rights either had no comment or did not return calls.

The eagerness to land Bond underscores the continuing strength of the series but also the realities of the modern movie business. As competition for leisure time increases, studios have focused more intently on global blockbusters, and those are in short supply. In some ways, the Bond series was the first to go after a worldwide audience.
Under its previous agreement, Sony paid 50 percent of the production costs for “Spectre” — which totaled some $250 million after accounting for government incentives — but only received 25 percent of certain profits, once costs were recouped. Sony also shouldered tens of millions of dollars in marketing and had to give MGM a piece of the profit from non-Bond films Sony had in its own pipeline, including “22 Jump Street.”

In a 2014 email stolen by hackers and widely published online, Andrew Gumpert, who then oversaw business affairs for Sony, figured that the studio would realize about $38 million in profit if “Spectre” performed as “Skyfall” did. And “Spectre” did not, taking in $881 million, about 20 percent less than “Skyfall,” which was released in 2012.

Why, then, do studios want to distribute Bond so badly? Bragging rights, mostly. Having a Bond movie on the schedule guarantees at least one hit in a business where there is almost no sure thing.

Bond is gargantuan: The 25 movies have taken in nearly $6 billion at the North American box office, after adjusting for inflation, according to Box Office Mojo. The series has generated billions more in overseas ticket sales, home entertainment revenue, television reruns, marketing partnerships (Omega watches, Aston Martin cars, Gillette razors) and video games.

For at least one suitor, Annapurna, landing Bond would be transformative. Ms. Ellison started by focusing on prestige films like “Her” and “American Hustle.” But she has been diversifying toward more commercial movies like the animated hit “Sausage Party” and recently hired a senior 20th Century Fox executive to oversee production. Last month, Annapurna signed an unrelated distribution deal with MGM.

The person Ms. Ellison and the other bidders need to impress the most is Barbara Broccoli, who runs Eon Productions. Moviemaking is a collaborative process, but Ms. Broccoli and her older half brother, Michael G. Wilson, have final say over every line of dialogue, casting decision, stunt sequence, marketing tie-in, TV ad, poster and billboard.



The rights being available for a one film deal suggest Craig is coming back for a swansong. I read today that a James Bond scoop site on Twitter claimed that Craig's Bond stunt double has been signed for the next film. :down:
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Postby Kristatos » Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:54 pm

John Drake wrote:
The rights being available for a one film deal suggest Craig is coming back for a swansong. I read today that a James Bond scoop site on Twitter claimed that Craig's Bond stunt double has been signed for the next film. :down:

That kind of sucks but might be for the best in the long term. Aidan Turner is committed to the fourth season of Poldark. I would rather have one more Craig fiilm and then Turner for 4 or 5 than Craig replaced now by another blond bit of rough because Turner wasn't avaialble (though of course those aren't the only two possible scenarios).
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Postby Blowfeld » Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:24 pm

Kristatos wrote:
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The rights being available for a one film deal suggest Craig is coming back for a swansong. I read today that a James Bond scoop site on Twitter claimed that Craig's Bond stunt double has been signed for the next film. :down:

That kind of sucks but might be for the best in the long term. Aidan Turner is committed to the fourth season of Poldark. I would rather have one more Craig fiilm and then Turner for 4 or 5 than Craig replaced now by another blond bit of rough because Turner wasn't avaialble (though of course those aren't the only two possible scenarios).

Does not mean much by itself. Pierce's stunt doubles was hired back for Casino Royale, it was one of the 'signs' I thought favoured his return. As it turned out Barbara never entertained the idea of inviting Pierce back. Beside Daniel's double is mostly in a mask as I recall.

The one picture deal is puzzling except I believe they were packaging distributorship as two picture deals since 2006. 2002 MGM still had enough clout to be a distributor, well in the States, 20th Century Fox handled most of the rest of the world. I think this one picture deal is more about not having pressure from another partner to start production on the next film.
I don't recall who the distributors are being a big deal before Sony get involved. Maybe it was because MGM could distribute themselves, dunno.
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Postby bjmdds » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:02 pm

Cr-egg will be back and we will be screwed again. The next Bond will be for the 2022 60th anniversary and Broccoli will be 62 then herself, so maybe she will get lost then and drive off with Cr-egg, ala the end scene in ECH-TRE :!: FIVE more years of waiting :!: :roll: :Bonk:
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Postby bjmdds » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:49 pm

Harvard University is using tuition dollars to tell students that “there are more than two sexes” and that “gender is fluid and changing.” The school is also telling students gender can change daily —sometimes depending on what people choose to wear. If you disagree with those statements, you are promoting “systemic violence.” :shock: :Bonk: :Bonk: :Bonk:
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Postby Kristatos » Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:00 pm

Fox has set release dates for the next FOUR Avatar movies, if anyone cares: http://www.boxofficemojo.com/schedule/? ... ges&p=.htm

Any word on when we can expect to see Bond 25 yet?
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Postby Omega » Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:14 pm

Kristatos wrote:Fox has set release dates for the next FOUR Avatar movies, if anyone cares: http://www.boxofficemojo.com/schedule/? ... ges&p=.htm

Any word on when we can expect to see Bond 25 yet?
well probably see bond 26 before the avatar sequels . Great story it took him 20 years to make avatar, but I'd like to finish the movie series some time in my lifetime

Avatar was 2009 movie, 11 years for the sequels ? Hopefully he'll have the stories down


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Postby bjmdds » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:42 am

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We were hanging out in the Hilton hotel lobby by the bar area when Caroline Munro and George Hamilton meandered over to our area. They were both very receptive and gracious to the attendees. George Hamilton was taking several selfies at the requests of the attendees. Caroline Munro was having a drink at the bar. I could not waste this opportunity so I approached her and said hello and asked her what she thought of Cr-egg as Bond. She told me Roger Moore will always be "her" Bond. She thinks Cr-egg is "fantastic" as James Bond. :hair: I told her I totally disagree with her and she smiled. I asked her how many more Bond films she believed Cr-egg would do. She believes he will do at least one, if not two more, from what she is hearing :!: :roll: I thanked her and others were talking to her before she went up to her room. Both Hamilton and Munro looked great for their ages too and treated us guests with class, which was very nice. :up:
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Postby Omega » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:48 am

There is no reason for a celebrity to diss Craig. It's going against the accepted narrative and will get them nothing but crap.
It's fine for individual thinkers like us to take on the juggernaut but I'd imagine being associated with bond gets them a lot of unwanted questions to justify whatever eon has done when it's nothing to do with the actor


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Postby Omega » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:50 am

Oh lord, zorro they gayblade Hollywood would never touch that movie today, it they did it be a serious take like afflecks gay Batman or whatever he's doing


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Omega wrote:There is no reason for a celebrity to diss Craig. It's going against the accepted narrative and will get them nothing but crap.
It's fine for individual thinkers like us to take on the juggernaut but I'd imagine being associated with bond gets them a lot of unwanted questions to justify whatever eon has done when it's nothing to do with the actor


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Erin Moran, best known for playing Joanie Cunningham on the 1970s sitcom “Happy Days,” has died. She was 56.

According to TMZ, Moran’s body was found unresponsive Saturday afternoon by authorities in Indiana. The cause of death is unknown. The California-born actress, who also starred in the “Happy Days” spinoff “Joanie Loves Chachi,” had fallen on hard times in recent years. She was reportedly kicked out of her trailer park home in Indiana because of her hard-partying ways. I met her at a prior Chiller Theatre convention about 7 years ago.
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I was going to ask if you had met her


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Craig oozes charisma

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