Robert Davi Refugee Challenge — Robert Davi has issued an Oscar-night challenge to his fellow actors objecting to Donald Trump’s vetting and immigration policies. Invite, he says, the illegal and unvetted into the event.
And then bring them to the after-Oscar parties.
“It’s time the walls and electronic security gates come down,” he said. “There are roughly 3,600 seats to the Oscars; we should have at least 2,500 seats reserved for illegal aliens, refugees and migrants, or maybe even more.”
I propose that Meryl Steep, Chelsea Handler, Richard Gere, Robert DeNiro, Christoph Waltz and others lead an Oscar first: let’s do away with the rules, barriers, and tickets to the Oscars and after-parties, such as the swanky Vanity Fair party or the Weinsteins’ star-studded affair. I ask all migrants, all illegal immigrant criminals and all un-vetted refugees to converge on Hollywood to come to the Oscars and all the after-parties, even those held at the mansions or the Chateau Marmont or anywhere else. After all, we in the Hollywood community want to show all Islamic extremists that we have love in our hearts — and what better way to do that than by inviting them along on our most important night?
It’s time the walls and electronic security gates come down. There are roughly 3,600 seats to the Oscars; we should have at least 2,500 seats reserved for illegal aliens, refugees and migrants, or maybe even more. For those celebrities skipping the ceremony, each should invite at least 100 illegal aliens, refugees or migrants to come to their home to watch the Oscars with them. The Academy and the Vanity Fair people should also get the 150 criminals who have recently been deported from Los Angeles and bring them to the show as honored guests.
Shia LaBeouf Opera — Hollywood superstar Shia LaBeouf is in the news again for insane, violent public behavior. Apparently the inauguration of President Trump has sent him over the edge. The below article was originally posted on Dec. 11, 2014 and it is quite newsworthy so we are republishing it.
We were wrong about Rob Cantor though.
Musician Rob Cantor — whose name we expect will be as recognizable as anyone’s by next year — wrote a goofy song concerning actor Shia LeBeouf as the protagonist of a horror film.
He made a cartoon of it and put it on YouTube in 2012 where it became moderately popular.
Well, someone cooked up the idea of making a highly polished live version of it featuring an orchestra, choir and extremely skilled professional dancers.
LeBeouf himself even makes an appearance.
Did everybody get their standard rates in making it? LeBeouf certainly didn’t. It involved at least two dozen professionals and took more than a few man-hours.
It’s free on YouTube and we didn’t see any adverts when we watched so the cash certainly isn’t flowing in from it.
It’s gotten 6.9 million views as of this writing, however, so Cantor’s visibility has increased and LeBeouf has shown himself to be a good sport. Count them as beneficiaries. We guess money isn’t everything.
Anyway, if you are one of the 6.9931 billion who hasn’t seen it, here it is:
James Bond Actors Include Names You Might Not Consider William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 12-29-15
Can you name all the actors who played James Bond in movies? Try. Betcha forget David Niven who had the role in the 1967 version of Casino Royale, which strangely enough, was made as a comedy. It also featured Wo0dy Allen who played Jimmy Bond. No Jimmy does not count as James.
Actually, a plot point involves Niven naming all the spies James Bond to confuse the enemy so one could argue that those spies played by Terence Cooper, Joanna Pettet, Daliah Lavi, Peter Sellers and Ursula Andress also played James Bond.
The Burt Bachrach song, The Look of Love, comes from the movie. It was a hit and got an Oscar nomination.
If you really want to get technical stuntman Bob Simmons played Bond in the opening credits of the first few movies.
And yes, Barry Nelson played him in a 1954 television CBS special based on Casino Royale. Peter Lorre played his adversary, Le Chiffre.
David Lynch Art — Nicholas of Artsy.net has found our story concerning Loren Kantor’s woodcut work which includes noted director David Lynch as a subject. He points out that Artsy has actual paintings by the auteur himself.
Actor Nick Searcy has been tapped to direct the crowdfunded film Gosnell which will will concern Philadelphia abortionist and mass murderer Kermit Gosnell, according to the production team of Ann McElhinney, Magdalena Segieda and Phelim McAleer.
Searcy has appeared in numerous television shows and movies going back to 1985, most notably as Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Art Mullen from the FX television series Justified and as the villain Frank Bennett from the 1991 film Fried Green Tomatoes. Searcy has also had significant roles in blockbusters The Fugitive, Cast Away, The Runaway Jury and Moneyball.