West Hollywood celebrates high court’s rulings on gay marriage

Hollywood Warns Gays: Careful What You Wish For (WATCH)

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Now, Melvin and Brown proclaimed, they can start planning their wedding. The mood Wednesday across West Hollywood was jubilant. And why not? About 40% of the tiny city’s population is gay or lesbian, according to city surveys. The symbolic rainbow-colored flag flies outside City Hall, where four of the five council members are gay men. “Today is not about laws; it’s not about marriage,” Melvin said.
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From Double Indemnity and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf to War of the Roses and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the silver screen is littered with bitter, vitriolic marriages scarred by regret, revenge and recrimination. The latest installment in this genre is the film Between Us , adapted from the hit Off-Broadway play by Joe Hortua.
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British Columbia Urges End To Race To The Bottom To Woo Hollywood

Healthy Hollywood: Get Movin’ Monday – Train With Madonna!

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STORY: Film Industry Pans Canada’s Newest Film Tax Credit “As a country, and individual provinces within the country, we are better off to stop competing to see who can send the biggest cheque to Hollywood,” Minister of Finance Mike de Jong told  The Globe and Mail newspaper. The ruling Liberals are under pressure from the B.C. film industry, which backed the opposition NDP in last month’s election after it promised to consider raising the provincial tax credit. STORY: Canada’s Vérité Films to Exit Saskatchewan as Refundable Tax Credit Vanishes The Canadian tussle over how to woo big-budget Hollywood film and TV shoots mirrors an earlier debate in rival U.S. states that pointed to a net loss in tax revenue from escalating tax incentives.
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Hey, no pain, no gain! Nicole is super sweet and has a wealth of fitness information. So, it’s no wonder Madonna trusts Nicole with sculpting her body. “I have to know the answers to everything. I have to be ready for any little thing that can go wrong or if she wants an answer to something I need to know this,” she revealed to Healthy Hollywood. This Thursday, Nicole will select 30 fitness and dance enthusiasts who will learn Madonna’s dance-inspired “Addicted to Sweat” training routine, and later that day will perform it with Madonna herself.
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Hollywood Remembers Top Stylist Annabel Tollman, Dead at 39

CAA Signs Five Hollywood-Based Canadian TV Screenwriters (Exclusive)

Tollman also had a show in creative development with Bravo. Her loss is being felt throughout the industry. “Annabel was one of those people who just made life better,” adds Andrew Saffir, founder of film marketing firm The Cinema Society and a close friend of Tollman. “Every party, every dinner, every gathering was better when she was in the mix.
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Cattrall: Hollywood ignores midlife

“It was relegating to supporting roles and mum roles, which can be rewarding, but I thought ‘Well, I have more life experience’. “I’m part of the baby-boomer generation. If I want to see more stories about women my age and people my age, I’m sure other people do.” The actress credits television with “filling the void” of stories about middle-aged people. She said: “I was lucky to be a part of Sex And The City which was about women, and my character a woman in her 40s. So there is less of that. But I think in feature films, you are really hard pressed to find a lead story of a woman in her 50s plus, that’s rare.” Her next project is a US adaptation of BBC comedy Sensitive Skin, which she sees as her own personal follow-up to Sex And The City.
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Is this the world’s worst bridezilla? The Hollywood fitness guru asking guests to do a three-week vegan cleanse before her big day

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Supporters said that guests should be thankful to be given the opportunity to try out a healthier lifestyle. For her part, the fitness guru has taken to Facebook to insist that people have the wrong impression about the pre-wedding cleanse. The ‘engagement ring guru’ helping clueless guys find the perfect diamond for $500 a time ‘We were intending to include everyone with an invitation to what is supposed to be a healing and purifying ceremony for all,’ she explained.
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our editor recommends Jessica Pare, Tommy Chong to Guest Star on Canadian ‘Satisfaction’ Comedy The agency will represent the quintet’s new Los Angeles-based company, Maple Gravy, as it focuses on making comedy in all formats for North American broadcasters and the world market. Maple Gravy is led by five Canadian TV scribes with Hollywood credits and addresses: Robert Cohen (The Ben Stiller Show, The Big Bang Theory), recurring The Simpsons writers Joel Cohen and Tim Long, Chuck Tatham (How I Met Your Mother, Arrested Development) and Dan Signer, creator of Disney Channel’s A.N.T. Farm. PHOTOS: Secrets of Hollywood Agency Mailrooms “They know how to make hit shows,” said David Miller, a partner at Toronto-based A71 Productions, who will jointly rep the Hollywood expats internationally along with CAA’s Rob Kenneally and Renee Kurtz. The five partners will either executive produce or showrun Canadian-originated projects, or have their own comedy projects dipped in maple syrup to tap free government money on offer to local comedy fare shot in Canada. The Maple Gravy partners have already been at work on Canadian projects, ahead of solidifying their collaboration.
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