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20 Of The Youngest Celebrity Millionaires

New York Film Academy takes a look at gender inequality in film
from The Huffington Post

Gender Inequality In Film Is Still Disheartening

New York Film Academy takes a look at gender inequality in film

How to Become an Actor for TV Shows and Movies

Colleen Moore Fairy Castle by kestrana, via Flickr

from Freedom Is Just Another Word...

Monday Images ………………..

Hollywood Hypocrites! Boycott Liberal hollywood!! NO PROBLEM!!! Not a dime will be spent!! (Positions held in govt held by radical Muslims, CAIR, Farrakhan calling for a race war,black lives matter calling and getting cops killed,open borders,criminals let out onto the streets,Muslims entering the USA meaning to do us harm. My common sense tells me to GET AND KEEP MY GUN!!!

from Mail Online

By Daily Mail Reporter

New home: Moore gave up her beloved Fairy Castle in 1949 so that it could go on public display. It now resides permanently at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry

MARILYN MONROE: Just 20--Here the film star is just 20 whilst signing autographs. Her career is on the upward swing and she is starting to become the most recognizable star in Hollywood.

Vine Street, Hollywood California in the 1950s. I KNOW it doesn't look like that now, and look at the sky, no pollution! LOL!

Kim Novak is an American actress. She began her career in 1954 at age 21, and came to prominence almost immediately with a leading role in the film Picnic. Other films from this period of her career include The Man With the Golden Arm, Pal Joey, Jeanne Eagels, the Alfred Hitchcock film Vertigo, Bell, Book and Candle, and Middle of the Night. After a decade in the entertainment industry, she withdrew from the public eye in 1966 and appeared in films only sporadically until 1991.

from The Independent

David Fincher's advice to young filmmakers is good for life in general

A quote from an old David Fincher interview has been doing the rounds today, in which he paints a sad portrait of the Hollywood film industry but will get you fired up to create.