‘Cole Trickle’ just short of Hollywood ending
Walls of glass open to an outdoor fireplace, swimming pool and spa. Levine, 34, is the lead singer and guitarist for the Grammy-winning Maroon 5. He has worked with Kanye West , Natasha Bedingfield and 50 Cent, among others. The singer-songwriter has been a coach on “The Voice” since 2011. He bought the property in 2005 for $3.195 million and has been leasing it out at $10,000 a month. Levine bought another house in the Beverly Crest area late last year for $4.83 million.
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Hollywood rebounds, but family-friendly offerings still limited
A 1981 remake of the Charlie Chan movies (dont ask me why anyone thought we needed such a thing), Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen , featured Peter Ustinov in the title role. 6. William Hurt won a BAFTA award for his portrayal of a gay Brazilian prisoner in the 1985 film Kiss of the Spider Woman , which was based on a novel by Argentine writer Manuel Puig. 7. Winona Ryder was one of the stars of the 1993 movie House of Spirits , which was adapted from a novel of the same name by Isabel Allende and set in Chile.
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Hey, Hollywood! Race Does Matter
I look and I see ol’ Cole Trickle coming. ? He did a great job. He pushed me straight, and we were able to stay connected, because we were three-wide, and make it back to the start-finish line.” In the movie, of course, Trickle wins the big Daytona race in the end. There was no such Hollywood ending for the No.
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The game plan? Jam pack the release calendar with even more big-budget extravaganzas than usual. As noted in a recent New York Times article by Brooks Barnes, in just the two-month period from May 1 to July 4, studios will have put out 13 movies with budgets in excess of $100 million each a 44 percent increase over the same period in 2012. Even April a month normally considered a cinematic dumping ground saw the release of Joseph Kosinskis $120 million sci-fi actioner Oblivion, starring perennial box-office draw Tom Cruise (although it was the Jackie Robinson biopic 42 that scored the highest April numbers). Somehow, though, even with all the extra money being poured into would-be blockbusters, this summers lineup has so far felt a little bit like deja vu.
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