Views of Hollywood from All the Realms

Hollywood, Rock and Roll, and all the Walks of Fame..


Rob Schneider HUMILIATED Wokeness and SHOCKED Hollywood!

 

Ah yes, Rob Schneider - the man, the myth, the legendary comedic force who brought us cinematic masterpieces like Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and The Hot Chick.

But lately, this veteran funnyman has been making headlines for reasons that have nothing to do with crude humor or outrageous premises. No, Rob has been busy ripping apart the woke ideology that has seemingly taken over Hollywood and much of modern comedy. It's a full-frontal assault on cancel culture, political correctness, and the left's ongoing efforts to dictate what is and isn't acceptable comedy material. Buckle up folks, because this is going to be one wild ride!


Disney paid a man $60 million to "paint stripes" into the sky of old movies

 

 

One of my patients, a Hollywood producer, was given a task by Disney two years ago. He was instructed to go back and edit all the old Disney movies to add these stripes in the sky. So now, when people watch a Disney movie, they see these stripes.

People today might say, "Clinger, you're talking about these stripes in the sky as if they're something new." But then Disney can point to these old films and say, "Look at this movie from 1954, see those same stripes in the sky?" This convinces people that the stripes are a natural phenomenon. My patient was paid $60 million for this job.


Salomé (1922) Nazimova

-- Dance of the Seven Veils - Richard Strauss

 

"Dance of the Seven Veils" performed by Nazimova, set to music by Richard Strauss. This video features the dance sequence and finale of the silent film, Salomé (1922), produced by and starring Alla Nazimova. It is an adaptation of the 1891 Oscar Wilde play of the same name, written by Natacha Rambova, credited as Peter M. Winters. The costumes and sets were designed by Natacha Rambova, based on illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley. Rambova was the wife of actor Rudolph Valentino.

King Herod's stepdaughter Salome seduces him with a dance and is promised the head of the prophet John the Baptist.


Famous American Celebs Who Died in 2024!


20 Celebrities Of The 70s And 80s And Their Shocking Look Now

 

These metamorphoses act as a subtle cue that change is inevitable, and permanence is but an illusion. These well-known figures reinforce the notion that genuine beauty radiates from embracing one's authenticity and exuding self-confidence.


There's been rumors going around that Kurt Russell is dead.

What is an anticipated obituary?

 

03/03/24

An anticipated obituary is, by definition, an obituary written BEFORE the death of a person. It is common for news agencies to keep pre-written obituary for public figures, famous and high-profile people who are still alive.

 

It is by no means a death announcement nor an anticipation of death.

 

And, according to Necropedia, Kurt Russell is still among the living.

Kurt Russell is dead.

 

Kurt Russell, born on March 17, 1951, in Springfield, was an American actor. He died on March 4, 2024, at the age of 72.

Kurt Russell was romantically involved with Goldie Hawn.


83 Year Old Chuck Norris Reveals The Shocking TRUTH About Bruce Lee!

 

Legendary karate grandmaster and world karate champion Chuck Norris talks about Bruce Lee.


‘I Am So Blessed, Fortunate, And Proud’: Gary Sinise Offers Tribute to His Late Son After Cancer Battle

 

Actor Gary Sinise paid an emotional tribute to his late son, McKenna Anthony "Mac" Sinise, nearly two months after his death from chordoma, an extremely rare cancer that attacks the spinal cord.

The "Forrest Gump" actor started with Mac's decision to join the Gary Sinise Foundation — and how proud he was of his son's desire to work with veterans, first responders and their families. He also noted Mac's love of music and his talent for drumming, which sometimes took him on the road with Sinise's Lieutenant Dan Band.

But just a year after Mac joined the foundation, both she and her mother Moira Sinise were diagnosed with cancer — she had stage 3 breast cancer, and he had chordoma — just two months apart.

"What was going on? What is chordoma? I had never heard of it. And two cancer patients, mother and son, within two months of each other? A real punch in the gut," Sinise wrote, saying That he immediately went into research mode to learn everything he could. And while Moira recovered and has since been cancer-free, Mac's cancer returned and spread.

Despite eventually being paralyzed from the chest down, Mac was able to complete a piece of music he had composed years earlier in college, titled "Arctic Circles", with the help of his former classmate Oliver Schnee and two Lieutenant Dan Band members – pianists. Started writing. Ben Lewis and violinist Dan Myers. The piece was ultimately recorded at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles in July 2023.

“Music was so deeply in his heart that he was no longer able to play the drums, Mac's mother Moira suggested he take up a harmonica, which he did, and he began teaching himself to play. I have a dear friend, Medal of Honor recipient Sammy L. Davis, who plays harmonica, tells the story of learning to play 'Shenandoah' in the jungles of Vietnam," Sinise continued – and Mac recorded that, too.

Sinise continued, "These two pieces of music began a collaboration that expanded to Mac's vision of creating an entire album of music called Resurrection and Revival, the theme of bringing back something that was old or incomplete. Was."

But sadly, Mac will never see the finished product. “The week the album went to press, Mac lost his battle with cancer. He died at 3:25 pm on January 5, 2024, and was cremated on January 23.

“Like any family that experiences such a loss, we are grieving and we are managing as best we can. As a parent, losing a child is very difficult,'' Sinise wrote, adding that he has seen a lot of loss over the years working with the families of fallen heroes. "It's heartbreaking, and it's very difficult."

He compared his son's more than five-year-long fight to a war scene from the movie "1917".

"Mac loved movies, and we always told him that he reminded us of that soldier at the end of the extraordinary film 1917, who was running across the battlefield, bombs falling all around him, one after another hitting him Getting knocked down, yet he keeps coming back up, refusing to give up and keeps running forward.

Sinise shared a favorite quote of Mac's from St. Augustine, saying, "Mac was a man who loved his Catholic faith, and there is no doubt that his strong faith helped him survive this serious chordoma cancer for five and a half years." Provided support in the terrible battle of the year." “Lord, you have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you.”

"I am very blessed, fortunate and proud to be their father," he said.

 

‘I Am So Blessed, Fortunate, And Proud’: Gary Sinise Offers Tribute To His Late Son After Cancer Battle - Library Histt


The Exorcist and the

Dark Origins of Astronomy

 

Astronomy is the oldest science, but even it had to start somewhere.

And that place was far darker, and more demonic, than you might imagine.

 

0:00 Intro
0:57 The Exorcist
4:29 Mesopotamia
12:45 A spirit world
15:26 Exorcism
18:06 The dark gods and the beginnings of astronomy

28:24 Countering fate: Namburbi and Shar pahi
31:43 A scientific conclusion
33:03 Pazuzu vs Lamashtu
39:07 Conclusion and outro
40:10 Credits


Gilda Radner Died at 42 Years Old, Now Her Secrets Come to Light

 

Were you aware that the beloved Gilda Radner was one of the trailblazing cast members in the inaugural season of the groundbreaking television show, Saturday Night Live? Her contribution to the show helped shape the comedy landscape for generations to come.

Tragically, Gilda Radner's untimely passing had a profound impact on ovarian cancer awareness and research. Her battle with this devastating disease drew significant public attention and funding toward finding a cure and improving early detection methods. In many ways, Gilda Radner's legacy extends far beyond her comedic talents.

In the video above, we take a closer look at the life and lasting influence of Gilda Radner, celebrating her as one of the most iconic comedians to ever grace our television screens. We delve into the laughter, the tears, and the enduring impact she left on the world of comedy and beyond.


Peter Weller on Buckaroo Banzai

 

The actor discusses landing the title role and making the 1984 cult classic "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension". From 2016


Jim Carrey Doesn't Exist

 

Jim Carrey claims he doesn't exist. In 1994, he catapulted to superstardom with unforgettable roles in 'Ace Ventura,' 'The Mask,' and 'Dumb and Dumber,' yet as the world laughed, he began to lose himself. Spanning the pivotal years from '94 to '98, this video chronicles Carrey's profound existential odyssey – a voyage that transcends Hollywood's commercial confines and guides him toward a deeper understanding of his place in the universe.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Johnny Dep - Kind and Caring - Making a Difference in the Life of Another

 


 

 

RARE MICHAEL JACKSON, Shana Mangatal "IS THIS SCARY" 1993

 

From 1993, Shana Mangatal appears in the never released and never finished short film by Michael Jackson, "Is This Scary". This was to be the main song for the Addams Family Values movie, but was cut short when the Chandler allegations sent Michael into sadness and devastation. This is the original version of Michael's "Ghosts" from 1996. Shana was in both "Is This Scary" and "Ghosts"

 


'60s Denialism: Affirmative Action's Last Ditch Defense

 

As with many semantic corruptions, the left started it.  They trivialized the term "denialism" by applying it not to the denial of a real tragedy, but to skepticism about an imagined climate doomsday.  I would like to rehabilitate the phrase a little bit, if I could, by applying it to the denial of an historic phenomenon as real as the Holocaust and potentially as tragic.

 

I refer here to the havoc wrought by the 1960s.  Havoc came in many forms: the zeitgeist shift that undermined personal responsibility, the programs that undermined the family, and the social upheaval that glorified casual sex and single parenthood.

Only by denying the fallout from the 1960s did Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ketanji Brown Jackson make even the illusion of sense in their recent dissents on the affirmative action cases before the Supreme Court.  After a year of research for my new book, Untenable: The True Story of White Ethnic Flight from America's Cities, I know all too well the audacity of that denial.

To be fair to the '60s, the effects of this progressive mind virus had begun to surface in the previous decade.  As early as 1957, for instance, Stephen Sondheim was satirizing it in his lyrics to West Side Story's "Gee, Officer Krupke."  The psychiatrists, social workers, and judges who believe that "society" has played the young gang-bangers "a terrible trick" all come in for a deserved ribbing.


 

 

Indiana Jones 5 is AWFUL | A Massive Disney FLOP

 

Kathleen Kennedy and Disney/Lucasfilm have completed the destruction of George Lucas' legacy. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Spoiler REVIEW


 

Jada Pinkett Smith Might Be the WORST Parent Ever

 

I've seen some bad parenting, but this is a new low. Allegedly, Jada Pinkett Smith introduced her children to psychedelics. This is a perfect example of how not to parent.


Villagers React to Avatar 2: Way of Water - Mind-Blowing Underwater Adventure! React 2.0

In this video, we have something truly special for you: the villagers' first-time experience watching "Avatar: Way of Water." Get ready to dive into an extraordinary underwater adventure as we capture their genuine reactions and thoughts on this highly anticipated film.

"Avatar: Way of Water" is the highly anticipated sequel to James Cameron's groundbreaking film, "Avatar." Set in the breathtaking world of Pandora, this movie takes us deeper into the mystical and vibrant ecosystem beneath the planet's surface. As villagers who have never seen any of the Avatar films before, their reactions are pure and unfiltered.

From the very beginning, the villagers are captivated by the stunning visuals and immersive storytelling. They are in awe as they witness the seamless blend of live-action and cutting-edge CGI, creating a world that feels both familiar and otherworldly. The vibrant colors, intricate details, and mesmerizing underwater sequences leave them speechless.

As the film unfolds, the villagers become emotionally invested in the characters and the high-stakes adventure. They experience a rollercoaster of emotions, from excitement and anticipation to fear and heartache. You'll witness their reactions to the intense action scenes, heartwarming moments, and unexpected plot twists that keep them on the edge of their seats.

Throughout the video, we capture the villagers' candid discussions and post-movie reflections. Their unique perspectives shed light on how "Avatar: Way of Water" resonates with individuals who are experiencing this groundbreaking cinematic universe for the first time. They delve into the movie's themes of environmentalism, connection with nature, and the power of unity.

Join us on this unforgettable journey as the villagers share their unfiltered thoughts, emotional rollercoasters, and favorite moments from "Avatar 2 : Way of Water." If you're a fan of the Avatar franchise or simply love immersive storytelling, this video is a must-watch. Be prepared to be amazed, inspired, and maybe even shed a tear or two as the villagers embark on this mind-blowing underwater adventure!

Don't forget to like, comment, and subscribe to our channel for more exciting content and reactions from the villagers. Share this video with fellow Avatar fans and let's dive into the enchanting world of "Avatar 2 : Way of Water" together!

 


Gene Simmons Tells Piers Morgan He Thinks Donald Trump Will Win Next Election

 

Piers Morgan Uncensored is joined by rock royalty Gene Simmons to talk about 50 years of Kiss, politics, Pink Floyd's Roger Waters controversy and much more.

 

Piers Morgan asks the musician his thoughts on his illustrious career - with Gene telling him: "Even the Pope doesn't get knickers thrown at him!" plus, he reveals he thinks Donald Trump will win the next election.