Hollywood A-listers ‘demand zero’ nukes in new video

Why some child stars walk away from Hollywood

The celebrities — also including Martin Sheen, Danny DeVito, Alec Baldwin, John Cusack and Zoe Kravitz — tag-team to deliver Obama’s words: “This matters to people everywhere… Some argue that the spread of these weapons cannot be stopped, cannot be checked… Such fatalism is a deadly adversary… For if we believe that the spread of nuclear weapons is inevitable, then in some way we are admitting to ourselves that the use of nuclear weapons is inevitable. To denounce a call for cooperation is an easy but also a cowardly thing to do. That’s how wars begin.
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The two directors, famous for bringing characters like Indiana Jones and Darth Vader to us, faced problems in in the past few years trying to get their movies into theaters. Steven Spielberg admitted that his Academy-Award winning ‘Lincoln’ almost did not make it to the big screen, but went to television. He said, “This close – ask HBO – this close.” Steven Spielberg predicted that if this implosion did happen then movies could possibly adopt a Broadway style of payment where “You’re gonna have to pay $25 for the next ‘Iron Man’, you’re probably only going to have to pay $7 to see ‘Lincoln’.” George Lucas also added that if this does happen, then bigger movies would play in theaters for longer while smaller movies could shift to television which he also called “more adventurous”. How genuine are Steven Spielberg and George Lucas’ comments though? They were instrumental in starting the trend of summer blockbusters back in the day with Star Wars, Jaws and Indiana Jones.
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Hollywood Will Go Through A Meltdown, Claim Spielberg And Lucas

Superman franchise’s latest action film ‘Man of Steel’, directed by Zack Snyder, produced by Warner Bros Pictures and Christopher Nolan, and starring Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe, has taken an impressive start at the domestic box office.

He said it was simply a “natural progression” to move behind the lens. In 2009, he joined forces with “CSI” writer Adam Targum to form an independent production company called Vision Entertainment Group is 2009. “I had been in front of the camera for 20-plus years and I was ready to learn other facets of the business,” Bryan said. “We tend to look at the negative side of child stars but some of our most influential entertainment people were child stars.” And then there is Amanda Bynes. Even if one announces retirement from the business – as she did three years ago – problems can get worse. “If your existence is based on your celebrity status and you don’t develop emotional skills, when you leave the profession you often have difficulties,” Karim said.
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Hollywood moonbats urge Obama to push for no nukes at G8 summit

“Such fatalism is a deadly adversary,” Matt Damon responds. Whoopi Goldberg, Morgan Freeman and a host of other far-left actors appear in the video, which was produced by Global Zero, a Washington, D.C.-based grassroots organization whose mission is “to eliminate all nuclear weapons by 2030.” “Global Zero will always have a partner in me and my administration,” Obama once declared. After all, if Obama would only take the lead and eliminate our nuclear arsenal, the rest of the world will immediately follow suit out of sheer inspiration.
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