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The largest and longest standing ovation at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this year went to Matthew McConaughey, for his role in Dallas Buyers Clubwhich is out in theaters this weekend. No doubt it won't be the last time he receives adulation for his performance. Dallas Buyers Club is Oscar bait of the highest possible purity, the triumphant story of an oil rig electrician in Texas diagnosed with AIDS in the s who becomes a somewhat better person through his confrontation with the illness.
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Sign in. Mark Hanna : The name of the game, moving the money from the client's pocket to your pocket. Jordan Belfort : But if you can make your clients money at the same time it's advantageous to everyone, correct?
When your favorite film loses the Best Picture Oscar on Sunday night, don't be surprised. While it's no secret Academy voters aren't exactly the most fair or progressive bunch, it's always disheartening to be reminded of the fact that many Oscar voters—like many American voters, really—are bordering on senility, a little bit sexist, a lot a bit racist, and really just looking out for their own sexist, racist, and limited interests. This year, The Hollywood Reporter is interviewing five "brutally honest" voters about their ballots.
Back in the early s Steven Seagal was one of the top box office attractions in Hollywood movies. In the ilk of such cinematic butt-kickers as Chuck Norris and Jean-Claude Van Damme, Seagal was a martial arts action figure who seemed as tough off the scene as on it. His films no longer make mega bucks, nearly all of them relegated to DTR direct-to-video.
Smith Oberto Beef Jerky ads have started up again? Time is folding in on itself as Lincoln has expanded it Matthew McConaughey commercials with some real mind bending shit. Were his ears burning? Did he anticipate this in his own super cool way?
From Esquire. Wolverine and Deadpool-sorry-Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds called a truce to their long-standing playful social media feud at the end of January, but old habits die hard. After the two announced they'd celebrate their friendship by making ads for each other's companies, the whole thing fell apart. Outside of Deadpool and other onscreen projects, Reynolds founded is the face of his own Aviation Gin, which is pretty well-known for its outrageous commercials.