Wong and Matthew Arnold have already launched a successful film franchise in “Video Game High School,” which debuted on their own website last summer and racked up more than 50 million views. The success of that film, released in increments on RocketJump.com and YouTube, spawned a sequel, out this summer. A third movie is all but guaranteed. Wong has amassed a rabid base not only willing to watch his movies but pay for them as well.
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George Lucas’ Wedding Party: Hollywood Heads to Chicago
Polisky, who made friends with the crew, reported that Downey brought his own nannies, chef and hairdresser with him from California. The Feeneys noted that Downey and extras in the cast wandered over to nearby Plymouth North High School for refreshments Thursday morning. Polisky said the crew had been filming in Myles Standish State Forest earlier in the week and would move on to Boston to complete the movie later this summer. Back in the courthouse after lunch, the extras trooped back into the courtroom; a court officer closed the doors; a crew member called for quiet; and someone yelled rolling. All eyes in the corridor peered toward the room full of monitors.
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Hollywood Park traditions prepare to find new homes
Lucas divorced Marcia Lucas, an Oscar-winning editor of Star Wars, in 1983. “And here he is, happy. I’m amazed at how great they are together and how cool she is. I have never seen him so happy. I know he’s got a lot of money now, but even beyond that, he’s a happy person.” Ganis says he hasn’t prepared his toast yet. “No.
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Hollywood crew films movie at the Plymouth Trial Court
Hubbard was in charge at Hollywood, Hialeahs John Brunetti, as a favor, sent him several dozen flamingos for the infield lake. There are still remnants of that original flock, but Liebau said that he hadnt given any thought to the flamingos. Tell this to Jack Liebau, Brunetti said.
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