Hollywood Steps Up Security To Keep Scripts Secret

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Were the complainers there before the sign? Probably not. “Take down the sign and I bet their property values would drop. I was born in Hollywood and love the landmark.” Victoria Carlson of Burbank sympathizes with the locals: “I walk dogs in the Beachwood Canyon area. Every day I witness gaggles of tourists who double park or park in red zones and then make the mad dash into the middle of Beachwood Canyon to pose for photographs featuring our iconic Hollywood sign in the background. “Seems a lot of these tourists have little regard for their own safety. It’s all about getting that award-winning shot, after all. “I spend a lot of time in the Beachwood area, so I know how to navigate those twisted, narrow canyon roads. I’m always mindful of other vehicles as well as urban wildlife. (In recent weeks, I’ve had several deer run across the road right in front of me.) “Something definitely needs to be done to protect the safety of tourists and locals alike, as well as preserve our historic hilltop neighborhoods and the parkland surrounding them. There has to be a happy medium somewhere.” Santa Monica resident Bruce R. Feldman has a modest proposal: “To help the beleaguered Beachwood Canyon residents, let us in Santa Monica move their historic sign to our beautiful, tourist-friendly community by the sea. “For many years now, our city officials have encouraged businesses, developers, workers and tourists to overrun our city. About 300,000 of them flood into our small town every day. “That’s how much we love all of those great folks from outside our area.

James Woods criticizes Obama, says he doesn’t expect to find work in Hollywood again

Actor James Woods has been quite vocal with his criticism of President Barack Obama in the wake of the government slimdown, and the Too Big to Fail star said, as a result, he now expects to struggle to find work in Hollywood. Woods has been busy tweeting about the slimdown and the President, focusing in particular on the fact that veterans have been unable to visit war memorials in Washington D.C. This President is a true abomination. To have barricaded the WW2 vets, but allow illegal aliens privilege… Woods tweeted on Oct. 8. But Woods, 66, was just warming up. The actor also called Obama just vile. A small, small man. That prompted one of his followers to ask if the actor was concerned his political views would affect his ability to find gainful employment in Hollywood. Dude, aren’t u worried about…u know..ever working again?? the Twitter user asked him. Woods replied: I dont expect to work again. I think Barack Obama is a threat to the integrity and future of the Republic. My country first. But Woods didn’t stop with the situation at the memorials.

‘Pregnant’ Gwen Stefani can’t disguise her growing baby bump as she carves out some family fun at the pumpkin patch She wore a below the knee denim skirt, black tights along with a black T-shirt and leather jacket. Her long blonde hair was loose around her shoulders and held back from her face by a pair of sunglasses and she toted a Mr. Bones bag. Handful: While Molly carried Brooks, who turned one in June, her husband toted a pumpkin which was almost the same size as the tot Husband Scott, a prolific Hollywood producer who recently worked on Keanu Reeves samurai movie 47 Ronin, opted for jeans, a purple shirt and a grey sweater. Meanwhile Brooks was more seasonal in a grey sweater with orange stripes. The family seemed to be having great fun choosing their pumpkin at the famous pumpkin patch. Stunning: Although she was dressed down for the family day out, Molly’s natural beauty shone through While Molly is currently working on the Carrie Diaries, she has spoken out about the importance of taking breaks to focus on family and herself. ‘I’ve always believed in the ‘work hard, play hard’ motto and after working long hours for a number of weeks straight, I try to take some time off,’ she wrote in an article for The Fashion Spot. ‘It’s important to not feel guilty about treating yourself.’ Hard work: Molly let Scott do the hard work of lifting while she carefully supervised the operation Adorable: While his parents worked on collecting the pumpkins, Brooks was happy to sit in the trolley As mothers, we have to remember that we’re doing the best we can (even if that doesn’t always stop us from feeling guilty!),’ she added. Molly recently revealed she would love for Brooks to start dating Harper Beckham when they grow up after the tots bonded during a recent trip to the park in New York. Getting involved: Molly gave her husband a break and got involved in hauling the pumpkins around She wrote on her blog, The saying goes, you never know who youll run into on the streets of New York City. And that came true for Brooks and I the other day in Soho. During a bit of a break from Fashion Week Im a mom first and foremost and I crave, crave, crave all the time I can spend with my little Brooksie I took him to play in the park by our NYC home. All set for Halloween: The family left with a large haul following their day at the pumpkin patch While I was trying to keep his toys all in one place, and keep up with my now-walking toddler, we almost ran into David Beckham and his daughter Harper!

Molly Sims takes her son and husband for a fun family day out at Hollywood’s latest hotspot… the pumpkin patch

Handful: While Molly carried Brooks, who turned one in June, her husband toted a pumpkin which was almost the same size as the tot

Enlarge Image Christopher Nolan The scene of these cloak-and-dagger tactics is the offices of Christopher Nolan’s production company, Syncopy, on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., where the famously secretive filmmaker has gone to extreme lengths to guard the script to next year’s big-budget science-fiction film “Interstellar,” just as he did with the blockbuster “Dark Knight” trilogy. People who have worked on movies with Mr. Nolan described the process. Mr. Nolan declined to comment through a spokeswoman. Intense security on scripts has become standard operating procedure in Hollywood, where studios and producers no longer just worry about movies being pirated. Now they stay awake imagining that an incomplete draft of a script will be posted online, reviewed by a fan blogger and trashed on Twitter, potentially souring audiences before a frame has been shot. As a result, even some of Hollywood’s most veteran hands are treated like they’re being shown state secrets when they read a 120-page story about superheroes, robots or Jedi Knights. “It’s like the NSA these days,” said Lynda Obst , a producer whose 30-year filmography includes “Flashdance,” “Sleepless in Seattle,” and “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” Ms. Obst is a producer on Mr. Nolan’s “Interstellar” but declined to discuss the security procedures on that film, which recently began shooting. Mr.

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