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‘HOLLYBOOB’ sign prank lands six people in handcuffs

February 2nd, 2021

A team of pranksters committed an act of vandalism on Monday after altering the famous Hollywood sign in California. The individuals were observed changing the sign so that it read “HOLLYBOOB” instead. Surveillance footage and swift response from law enforcement led to the arrest of six individuals that were allegedly involved in the crime. The …

Movies with female leads

Movies starring women outperform male-led films, new study shows

December 16th, 2018

Hollywood filmmakers looking to maximize their returns at the box office might be interested in taking a look at the results of a newly published study that analyzed the performance of 350 top-grossing movies released between 2014 through 2017. Splitting up the films between those starring women — where a woman is listed as the …

Hollywood vs Movie Pirates

Leak: Here’s Hollywood’s new plan to attack movie pirates

August 28th, 2014

Hollywood hasn’t had much luck curtailing movie piracy over the past several years, but a new draft of anti-piracy legislation could be a frightening sign of things to come as studios and executives run out of options. TorrentFreak reports that the Australia Screen Association is heading up the draft, but Disney, Paramount, Sony, Universal and the …

Hollywood Movie Piracy Effects Study

Shocker: Extensive new study says movie piracy isn’t that harmful to Hollywood

July 15th, 2014

A new study looking at the relationship between movie piracy and Hollywood revenues has found that the mass illegal downloads movie studios complain about while spending vast resources to put a stop to, are not that relevant. TorrentFreak reveals that economist Koleman Strumpf has conducted a tremendous amount of research before releasing his determination – that movie piracy …

Amazon prepping 9-inch Kindle Fire for mid-2012 launch, report claims

February 10th, 2012

Amazon is reportedly preparing to launch an updated 7-inch Kindle Fire alongside a brand new 9-inch tablet this summer. Pacific Crest analyst Chad Bartley on Thursday raised his full-year Kindle Fire shipment forecast to 14.9 million units, up from his earlier estimate of 12.7 million. “We believe there is an upward bias, particularly from the new …

New Amazon Kindle Fire tablet expected in second half of 2012

October 19th, 2011

The Kindle Fire hasn’t even hit the market yet but the tablet’s successor is already reported to be set for a launch in the second half of next year. Reportedly, Foxconn has secured orders for the device and is working to get the tablet out of the door and onto store shelves during that time period, DigiTimes …

Movie studios to debut UltraViolet cloud-based movie service this week

October 12th, 2011

Warner Bros, Sony, Paramount and 20th Century Fox’s UltraViolet service, which will allow consumers to stream purchased movies to internet connected devices, will make its debut this week. The movie studios hope UltraViolet will attract consumers back to purchasing movies instead of simply renting them. Here’s how it will work: when you purchase a DVD …