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  • David Ellison raises $350 million to co-fund movies with Paramount

     
    In an era when outside movie capital is tough to come by, David Ellison, the 27-year-old son of Oracle founder and Chief Executive Larry Ellison, has raised $350 million to co-finance movies with his studio partner Paramount Pictures. The funds......
  • A flying Humvee? Don't scoff, Pentagon wants one

     
    It may look like a toy commando truck from the G.I. Joe cartoons, but the Pentagon is serious about developing a flying Humvee. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, has handed out about $9 million in contracts......
  • Marlon Wayans in a Harmony Korine movie?

     
    Harmony Korine is a filmmaker so far off the beaten path that you'd be hard pressed to find anybody who's seen a Korine film. “Gummo” was his most famous film. Or infamous one. And “Mister Lonely” was the one which cast Diego Luina...
  • Hollywood takes its toy movies seriously (even if the Internet doesn't)

     
    When news broke in July that DreamWorks Studios had optioned the rights to make a movie based on the View-Master, that old binoculars-like toy through which you can see 3-D images, the reaction online was merciless: 'DreamWorks to produce film......
  • The Morning Fix: Vivendi keeps quiet! NATO is going nuclear! Reality bites. Drama at CW.

     
    After the ... wait a minute, Starbucks raised their prices?!! Well? We're waiting. Vivendi had its board meeting Wednesday but didn't say -- at least publicly -- what it plans to do with its 20% stake in General Electric Co.'s......
  • Hollywood puzzler: Why did Paramount poke theater owners in the nose?

     
    If there's one thing theater exhibitors hate, it's a studio that shaves a few weeks off the window between a film's release in theaters and its arrival in DVD stores. The customary window these days is about 120 days, but......
  • Individual search engines

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    5:21 a.m. It's barely dawn, but the cars, pickups, vans, trailers and U-Haul trucks are lined up around all four sides of Veterans Stadium's parking lot, each vehicle filled with the detritus of American consumer culture. The engines are off, and vendors...
  • Army Spc. Angelo Vaccaro

    DELTONA -- Angelo Vaccaro, a combat medic in Afghanistan, called home last week to have some much-needed supplies sent overseas: Sour Patch Kids, Twizzlers, pepperoncini and beef jerky. His mother, Linda, had it all boxed up and ready to go at her...