Chris Brown’s monster murals on wall of his Hollywood Hills home are painted over after he loses initial bid to keep them
our editor recommends Silvio Berlusconi’s Daughter Questioned in Mafia Bribery Case Bringing the appeal were Gerald Green, whose producing credits include Rescue Dawn, and Patricia Green, who was a producer of The New Swiss Family Robinson. The husband-and-wife team also ran the Bangkok International Film Festival after winning contracts from the Tourism Authority of Thailand. The festival brought in an estimated $140 million of profits and ranked among the top 15 film festivals in the world. One industry insider once predicted the festival would “become the Cannes Film Festival of the East within a year or two.” The problem, as detailed by an informant who blew the whistle on the Greens to the FBI, was that the couple had helped secure their lucrative contracts by paying $1.8 million to the governor of Thailand’s Tourism Authority. The Greens were charged and convicted on violations of the FCPA and money laundering.
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Get a [expletive] life! He also added that he would ‘paint until my hands fall off’. After the department denied his appeal, Chris ended up hiring workmen to paint over the monsters. Scary: Neighbours claimed the monster terrified their children However, sources close to the singer told TMZ.com that he claims it was his decision to remove them, not a response to the order.
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Bombs Away: Hollywood Braces for Historic 4 Straight Weeks of Megaflops
And Fox’s Hugh Jackman action film “Wolverine” is projected to debut with around $70 million on July 26. Also read: Hollywood Star Power Not Driving the Box Office This Summer (Video) Despite the bombs of the past two weeks, the box office remains nearly 13 percent of ahead of last summer. We’ll see where that number is at later this month, but a summer record remains a possibility at this point. With July sure to come up short of 2012, especially since “Dark Knight Rises” opened to $168 million in that month last year, the key will be August. It looks potentially strong, due more to the number of wide releases rather than a single likely blockbuster.
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