The DreamWorks Animation boss looking for a bigger job has taken to sending out emails to the whole company of what looks like a boastful blog (typos and all). This one is pretty boring. But I bet Deadline commenters can do better:
From: Katzenberg, Jeffrey
Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 7:49 PM
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CBS brass got an unpleasant surprise on Sunday when Google News led its entertainment section with a story titled Quartet of ‘NCIS’ Co-Stars In CBS Limbo. It was dated July 17, labeled exclusive and carried a byline, Elizar Caraelce. In addition … Read More »
The always refreshingly blunt Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter took to his blog this morning to respond to a $5 million lawsuit against FX filed by former Oz actor Chuck Zito, a self-proclaimed former leader of the NY chapter of … Read More »
Roger Ebert, who has refused to allow cancer to silence him, finding a new voice online, was named Man of the Year in the 14th annual WEBBY Awards. Ebert was honored for raising the bar for online journalism for his blog Roger Ebert’s Journal.
Ebert just came out guns a blazin’ … Read More »
CAA and WME are not the only Hollywood agencies axing minority assistants. On Friday afternoon, UTA fired Katrina Lopez because of an online blog she was accused of writing called “Confessions of a Hollywood Serial Dater”. Sources claim … Read More »
2ND UPDATE: Gossip blogger Roger Friedman emails that he was not fired or let go. “The Hollywood Reporter simply decided for budgetary reasons not to renew my employment agreement which expires next week.”
UPDATE: THR editor Elizabeth Guider just emailed the … Read More »
EXCLUSIVE: David Carr steps down and Melena Ryzik steps in as the new lead writer starting December 1st of The New York Times‘ “Carpetbagger” awards season blog covering the Oscar, Golden Globes, Sundance Film Festival, and other movie campaigns. She is … Read More »
FYI, it started its life in my comments section, and now is making the rounds on the email circuit. I have no idea if it’s from a real William Morris employee.
Once again, I will be live-blogging (more like live-snarking) the Spirit Awards on Saturday and the Academy Awards on Sunday. Come for the cynicism. Stay for the subversion. Add your comment. Warning: Not for the easily offended or shocked.
DHD readers who don’t scrutinize the comments (hard to believe) have been missing one of the more amusing analysts of the Hollywood scene — the PoetKnowIt. After this past week’s depressing news, we all can use some grins. So here are recent gems from the PoetKnowIt. Wish I knew the … Read More »
WEDNESDAY PM UPDATE: Now the blogger says she can’t ”confirm with certainty when this meeting took place”. Nor, judging from the corrections she’s already made, the rest of the story. But she still has it online. Amazing.
WEDNESDAY 10 AM UPDATE: Wow, this is sad. Now the blogger has put the story … Read More »
I guess it was inevitable. (And, no, this is not the real UTA job list which is sent around by email.) Anyway, the blog is kinda funny. Enjoy!
Tina Brown’s website went up today. It sucks. And no Hollywood coverage.
I’m told that not only is Pixar/Disney internally hoping for a $70+ million dollar opening for Wall-E, but also a Best Picture Oscar nomination for the L’il Robot. It’s possible with 100% great reviews from top … Read More »
With Comic-Con fast approaching (July 24-27) and all the Hollywood studios getting ready, I understand that Warner Bros has been nervously monitoring the deteriorating situation at its subsidiary DC Comics. There could be a major shake-up – especially if … Read More »
I give TV and movie fans a lot of credit: when they get mad, they scare the crap out of the moguls. That’s happening at Lionsgate where the studio’s phones and email accounts are jammed with angry fans for the past week. They’re … Read More »