Hollywood Man Arrested In Woman’s Murder Was Hired To Shoot Her For $10,000: Authorities

PHOTOS: Hollywood’s Twitter Feuds West’s #nodisrespecttobenaffleck hashtag quickly became a source of parody. Keith Olbermann added it to a tweet promoting his ESPN2 show. And screenwriter and former Lost showrunner Damon Lindelof posted a series of tweets with the Affleck hashtag, only some of which referenced the Argo director and star. Take a look at more of Hollywood’s tweets about the feud. I woke up at 3:30am and had to google “Barilla” and “Kanye Kimmel” just to understand what was happening on Twitter. Mark Hoppus (@markhoppus) September 27, 2013 I guess you could say Jimmy Kimmel drank Kanye West’s milkshake. Keith Calder (@keithcalder) September 27, 2013 I should be Robin. #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK Zach Braff (@zachbraff) September 27, 2013 I am sad, insecure and terrified of spiders and failure. #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK Damon Lindelof (@DamonLindelof) September 27, 2013 Every single tweet imaginable is better with that hashtag. #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK Damon Lindelof (@DamonLindelof) September 27, 2013 I respect Ben Affleck. #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK Damon Lindelof (@DamonLindelof) September 27, 2013 Good Will Hunting isn’t as good now that Robin Williams is in all those dumb lightbulb posters. #NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK Damon Lindelof (@DamonLindelof) September 27, 2013 Tonight: Howard @hbryant42 joins me on Cano, Jay-Z, and Bud Selig’s latest retirement http://t.co/hEy44Fix3p #NoDisrespectToBenAffleck Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) September 27, 2013 Kanye’s gonna be REALLY pissed when he sees the skit Kim and Ray-J made. Neal Brennan (@nealbrennan) September 27, 2013 please stop shouting kanye west i am a gentle soul and it is frightening me Jake Fogelnest (@jakefogelnest) September 27, 2013 So you guys saw that Kanye stuff too? I woke up certain it was all a crazy dream.

Zachary Quinto: ‘I would quit Hollywood for theater career’

She wasnt outside more than 10 minutes and I heard gunfire and a bike speed away, and we came outside and she was laying on the ground. So, never had a chance, you know? he said. Police Name Suspect in Lauderhill Double Shooting Cook was taken into custody without incident Thursday on the 6300 block of Hayes Street, police said. He is being held at the Broward County Main Jail on no bond, and it wasnt immediately known whether he has an attorney. Cook initially told police that he was in Davie the night of Pamela Chamberlain’s death, but he later bragged to the informant that he shot and killed her for money, according to the affidavit. Adams told police that he rode his motorcycle to a man’s house in Hollywood to watch a Miami Heat game with his girlfriend and other people on June 16, the affidavit said. He acknowledged that he spoke with Chamberlain several times before the shooting, and she said she would go to the corner and wait for him to come by. “Prince told the victim he was coming, but stated he was just saying that to blow her off,”the affidavit said. One witness said there were two motorcycles present that night one belonging to Adams and one belonging to Cook. Police said they are actively investigating Adams involvement in the homicide. Adams is incarcerated in prison on unrelated charges. He was sentenced last month for numerous offenses, including attempted drug trafficking and 19 counts of fraud for the use of personal identification, according to Florida Department of Corrections records.

Hollywood Father Recounts Night His Daughter Was Shot, Killed

The actor made a name for himself in hit TV shows including 24, Heroes and American Horror Story, as well as Spock in J.J. Abrams Star Trek reboot, but he has always longed to be a Broadway performer. Quinto is now making his debut on the Great White Way in a revival of Tennessee Williams classic play The Glass Menagerie, and he admits he would give up film if he could work solely onstage. He tells the Associated Press, It (Hollywood) was always a means to an end to me. I always felt like I wanted to be in L.A. so that I could come back here (to New York) and do theater and now Im making good on that promise to myself I didnt want to come in, swoop in with my name above the title of the play like I was some Hollywood entity. Ive been doing theater since I was 10. Theatres my jam. Its my life, ultimately. If I could make a living just doing theatre, I feel like I really might. The 36-year-old is determined to soak up every moment of living and working in the Big Apple: I was walking to work today. Ive been walking the past few days because its so beautiful out, so I walk from downtown. And I was like, This is my life living in Manhattan, a dream Ive always had, and Im walking to my theater on Broadway to do Tennessee Williams. Its not lost on me. I really am humbled by it often.

Aging Out: Hollywood’s Problem With Women Over 40

Jenica’s the star of my short film Ending Up . With nearly a hundred acting credits on her resume, she’s a pro whose comedic edge and vulnerability shine through on screen. Yet, at age 39, she calls herself “the almost girl” and feels a huge amount of pressure looming over her. “In television and film, you have a certain amount of time to market and brand yourself,” says Jenica. “If you don’t “hit it” — if you don’t get it right by being a star of a TV show or a film by the time you’re 40 — then when the clock strikes 41, supposedly, you can forget about being successful. You’re put out to pasture, and then you can come back when you’re Betty White.” Jenica feels so much pressure to “hit it,” in fact, that she delayed becoming pregnant with her second baby for several years. She and her husband, chef Josh Jackson, also have a 9-year-old daughter. “I have been told throughout my career, by various representatives, that there is a window,” says Jenica. “That as you age, there are fewer opportunities and pretty soon your window shuts.” Part of the problem is that few leading roles are written for women over 40, especially in film. Typically, in movies, women in their 40s and up are someone’s mom or somebody’s wife in the background. Factor that in with committing the unthinkable sin of aging, and you have the perfect formula for actresses’ aging out of a very fickle and youth-obsessed business. Risa Bramon Garcia, a director, casting director, and teacher, says, “The problem happens when writers and producers don’t see women as being sexual after 40 — by sexual I mean complex human beings who are attractive and appealing, vital and powerful, in their 40s and 50s and beyond.” As a society, aging in general makes us uncomfortable. The camera magnifies our wrinkles and imperfections, and audiences don’t necessarily want the reminder of their aging selves reflected on the faces of their movie idols.

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