At the Hollywood Bowl, an unhealthy glow

Jennifer Lawrence Money money money MONEY! Hollywood’s hottest actresses work long grueling hours on set then spend most of their free time promoting films and staying in tip-top shape that’s why the most super successful starlets are compensated so generously for their work! Forbes published a list of the industry’s top grossers , and you will be SHOCKED by the names they left off! Natalie Portman , Anne Hathaway , and Emma Watson are all obvious A-listers, but only one of those lovely ladies made the money list!!! CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets” CLICK HERE for the gallery, “Hollywood’s Highest Paid Starlets”
Source: http://perezhilton.com/2013-07-29-gallery-highest-paid-hollywood-actresses

It’s not known whether such a request has been made, although the USTR is working with the MPAA in addressing the issue via conversations with Chinese officials. STORY: China Claims Relaxed Censorship of Movies, but Hollywood is Skeptical Hollywood studios and Dodd hailed last year’s WTO deal for loosening key restrictions. According to the new arrangement, foreign studios get back 25 percent of box-office revenue (previously 13 to 17 percent). Chinese authorities agreed that additional payments, including any taxes, would not come out of the 25 percent split. But late last fall, the China Film Group informed studios that it intended to pass along the tax after all. The Wall Street Journal reported on a standoff with Fox in April. Sources now say the dispute is more widespread and that all six major studios are involved.
Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/hollywood-studios-havent-been-paid-594939

New LED video screens at the Hollywood Bowl, as seen from Section P3, came at the price of $1.5 million and at the cost of the musical experience. (Lawrence K. Ho, Los Angeles Times / July 25, 2013) Also By Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic July 27, 2013, 8:00 a.m. Two experiences that helped foster my devotion to music, growing up, were watching Leonard Bernstein’s “Young People’s Concerts” and going to the Hollywood Bowl. Thanks to Bernstein, I began to sense the wonder of music.
Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/culture/la-et-cm-hollywood-bowl-notebook-20130727,0,2838572.story

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