George Lucas’ Wedding Party: Hollywood Heads to Chicago

TheWrap’s Inaugural Innovators List: 12 Who Are Changing Hollywood

I’m amazed at how great they are together and how cool she is. I have never seen him so happy. I know he’s got a lot of money now, but even beyond that, he’s a happy person.” Ganis says he hasn’t prepared his toast yet. “No. Please!
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Hamlet’s not likeable. And yet you can’t take your eyes off them because they’re something that attracts you to them.” – Lucas Shaw 12. FREDDIE WONG YouTube Sensation Top Hollywood producers want to work with Freddie Wong, but he’s still not sure he wants to work with them. Who can blame him? Wong and Matthew Arnold have already launched a successful film franchise in “Video Game High School,” which debuted on their own website last summer and racked up more than 50 million views. The success of that film, released in increments on RocketJump.com and YouTube, spawned a sequel, out this summer.
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Hollywood Park: Strong Wind returns with eye on Del Mar

No one understands how hard it is to win from the rail sprinting.” Owned by Gino Roncelli and Bill and Sue Tomasic, Strong Wind has won 2 of 9 starts and $141,360. The colt had a busy 2-year-old season with trainer Steve Knapp. Following the Graduation, Strong Wind was third in the I’m Smokin Stakes a month later and ninth in the California Cup Juvenile in October. In his final start of the year, Strong Wind finished eighth of 11 in the King Glorious Stakes at Hollywood Park in December. The goal this summer is the $200,000 Real Good Deal Stakes for California-bred 3-year-olds over seven furlongs at Del Mar on Aug. 2.
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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport: A Guide to FLL

Healthy Hollywood: Try It On Tuesday – Kerri Walsh Jennings’ Post-Baby Workout!

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It’s fine. Have a margarita. Best souvenirs Shopping at the airport is almost exclusively limited to newsstands and other uninspired fare. This is pretty surprising, considering the hordes of bored cruise passengers who often spend hours here, waiting for their flights home.
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Hollywood director James Cameron urges boost in oceans research

“The hardest thing after the baby is they [doctors] tell you to take fourth week off to let your insides heal. So, I work out so hard during pregnancy and then I’m supposed to relax and that’s the hardest thing. I’ve been working out hard for four weeks but I have a long way to go.” The mother of three has an intense workout schedule to get ready for the upcoming tour and has her sights on the 2016 Olympics in Rio. “It’s so humbling. I’m on the beach five days a week playing volleyball and trying to retrain my body.
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The solo dive to 35,787 feet made him one of just three men to reach the bottom of the trench, which is in the Pacific Ocean. “This is a critical time in oceanographic research,” Cameron said. “The ocean is an energy that drives weather, including the higher precipitation in extreme weather events like superstorm Sandy, the severe droughts and so on associated with climate change. To understand weather and climate, we must understand the oceans.” Cameron said this cannot be done simply by satellite, and he said scientists need instruments and vehicles that can observe and measure variables in the water. Jan Newton, senior principle oceanographer at the University of Washington, is on the front lines of oceanic research.
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