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Out of the threads of conversation still emerging from 2013's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, one of them has been concentrated on just how many projects have zeroed in on sex.
There's the biopic about adult actress Linda Lovelace starring Amanda Seyfried - a mesmerizing clip for which has been circulating on the Interwebs - and offerings from James Franco that include a "meta-documentary" called "Interior. Leather Bar." (which is directed by Franco and Travis Mathews) and another documentary called "Kink" (which Fanco produced).
Best picture Oscar nominee "Django Unchained" is finding success overseas.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Quentin Tarantino project about a slave-turned-bounty hunter who goes on a bloody journey to rescue his enslaved wife, opened at No. 1 in at least 23 foreign markets.
The movie, which stars Jamie Foxx as the titular Django, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz and Kerry Washington, opened in 54 markets overall and earned around $48.4 million.
With $139.3 million made domestically since "Django Unchained" opened in theaters Christmas Day, its worldwide box office haul is now $187.7 million, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com.
The Goo Goo Dolls' headlining performance at tonight's non-partisan Creative Coalition Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C., shows that it really is all about who you know.
Although the multi-platinum pop trio played a benefit for the Obama campaign in 2007, frontman Johnny Rzeznik says the offer to perform at this year's gala didn't come through agents or managers. It came through a friend associated with the Hollywood-based organization.
After spending the majority of his 35 years in the biz starring on the big screen, Kevin Bacon says it was his own viewing habits that inspired him to hit the tube.
“I was finding myself to be more and more of a TV consumer as the quality and writing of the shows seemed to get better and better,” Bacon told press during a recent conference call. “I found myself really knocked out by so many shows.”
As President Obama was sworn in for his second term, plenty of Hollywood tuned in.
From the historical significance of the inauguration happening on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to the performances from Kelly Clarkson and Beyonce, the tweets weighed in on it all:
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