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  Exploding talent in the last years with success like “Howl”, “Milk”, “Pineapple Express” and the latest “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, 33 years old James Franco reveals the intimate need to disclose his ideas, disturbances and interests, through cinema and art. At 360°. According to this it can be easy to understand  [ Read More ]

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Last days, NPR Music played the entire new album by Michael Stipe’s band, “Collapse Into Now” which will be available on March 7. It’s a jump into the past times of REM, while they’re going deeper and deeper into the obscure essences og their own first songs, as, we must say, their 1992 masterpiece “Automatic  [ Read More ]

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After being the presenter, with Anne Hathaway, of the latest Academy Awards 2011 night, also nominated as Best Actor for his role in Danny Boyle’s “127 Hours”, and after the success for his leading role in Allen Ginsberg’s tribute at cinema, “Howl”, about NY beat poets, Californian actor James Franco is ready to announce he’ll  [ Read More ]

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And, in the end, like every year, the Oscars went to: Best Picture: The King’s Speech Best Actor: Colin Firth Best Actress: Natalie Portman Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale Best Supporting Actress: Melissa Leo Best Director: Tom Hopper – The King’s Speech Animated Feature Film: Toy Story 3 Animated Short Film: The Lost Thing Art  [ Read More ]

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and Studio Ghibli’s “Karigurashi no Arrietty” film won the Animation of the Year at the latest 34th Japan Academy Prizes in Tokyo. Arrietty won the award over Keiichi Hara and Hsention’s “Colorful”, Kozo Kuzuha and Shinei Animation’s “Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Nigyo Daikaisen”, Yasuichiro Yamamoto and TMS Entertainment’s “Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in The  [ Read More ]

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From the last poem written by the genius of Hart Crane (1899-1932), “The Broken Tower”, will come the title of an Hollywood movie, based on the adaptation by Paul L. Mariani, as a biopic of the poet himself, who gained popularity with his Brooklyn-Bridge inspired “The Bridge”. The movie will mention the Oscar-nominated actor Michael  [ Read More ]

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