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LIH Editorial: TWERKed up over recent Hollywood News

8 Sep

By LIH Staff

Weeks after receiving so many unappreciated articles from the Hollywood press, the surly fan diaspora is still trying to accept so much disquieting news.  For instance, even Hollywood studios with Jewish led studio heads like Louis B. Mayer were compliant with the Nazi’s [1]. Are you still horrified at what Dina Lohan does to her daughters, Lindsey and Ali [2]?  No one cares about his directing; so how can Ben Affleck be the new Batman[3]?!!!!  Here are some other controversies that don’t appear to be cooling.

  • “FIFTY SHADES OF GREY” ANGERS MANY FANS
  • KEENU REEVES RETURNS TO THE BIG SCREEN
  • STILL PISSED ABOUT MILEY’S VMA PERFORMANCE

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Travis And Jodi: A Love To Die For

4 Sep

3rd. article in our series on Hollywood & Mental Health.

On June 4, 2008, Jodi Arias brutally murdered her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.  His body was discovered by a few freinds almost a week later on June 9, 2008.  I am currently reading the book by Jane Velez Mitchell titled Exposed: The Secret Life Of Jodi Arias.  She later was found guilty of murder but the jury could not reach a verdict on whether to give her a life or death sentence.
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Paparazzi: To Blame Or Not To Blame?

19 Aug

Red Carpets, Awards, Money, Fame and Adoration: Everyone dreams of having these things.  Some people have achieved what many people dream about. Does anyone ever stop to think about the mental and emotional factors these put upon actors and the average entertainment consumer?

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LIH: Editorial: Star Wars Celebration

28 Jul

The Star Wars Celebration Convention ended yesterday in Messe Essen, Germany. Naturally with former cast and crew plus those who are currently working on the new film attending, there were updates on Star Wars: Episode VII’s progress!

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I Had A Dream This Afternoon: Will People Riot Because Of The Zimmerman Trial?

15 Jul

By Parisienne & Open Book

Almost 53 years ago on August 28th, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. made his famous I Have a Dream speech to over 250,ooo civil rights supporters at Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. King described his dreams of freedom and equality arising from a land of slavery and hatred. Today with the majority of young black men housed in prison in the US. Is it possible what happened to Rodney King and Trayvon Martin the extreme and fatal results of discrimination and repression of black men in America?

On February 26, 2012, George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin during a confrontation between the two.  George states that Trayvon jumped out of the bushes and ambushed him and that he shot Trayvon in self-defense. The case has since gone to trial and on July 12, the sheriff’s office in Sanford, Florida asked people not to riot whatever the outcome may be.

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