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‘CODA’ was worth $25 million

A ‘CODA’ for awards season

Marlee Matlin on Best Picture “CODA”: “Apple bought it from Sundance for $25 million, more than they paid for any other film. I was right on board when it first came out of the gate. I followed the script closely. Wouldn’t let it out of my grip. I didn’t want to let anyone else get away with it.”

She told Creative Coalition’s Robin Bronk: “Because I got my Oscar for ‘Children of a Lesser God’ in 1987, I had more Hollywood experience, otherwise my attitude would have been different now. More stressed, nervous, anxious. As a candidate, you are under pressure in the race. I couldn’t be more naïve than I was then. I didn’t know what the Oscars were all about: the public relations, what you’re in, what you wear, the competition among the nominees.

“I knew this time.”

Governor in training?

Trumpers strengthen Hochul. Giuliani is nice but never had a real job. zeldinkilling the gas tax nobody likes but fixing roads, bridges and the MTA that keeps train and subway fares down is fine man – but so what?

moon landing

Alright already with another Marvel wonder. The “moon knight” of this beauty. Oscar Isaak plays moon man, who suffers from a dissociative identity disorder, which his creators may also have. Isaac: “I had freedom because he’s an obscure character that’s largely unknown. [May he stay that way.] He has a loyal following, but I’ve never heard of him, so building him from the ground up was exciting.”

Oscar Isaac attends the Marvel Studios premiere "moon knight" at the El Capitan Theater on March 22, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
Oscar Isaac attends the premiere of Marvel Studios’ ‘Moon Knight’ at El Capitan Theater on March 22, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
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Yes. Disney’s six episodes were filmed in Budapest, Jordan and Atlanta. Co-star Ethan Hawke, who plays a cult leader, says: “It’s fun to see people getting into movies. That’s what life is about and who you make it for. I’m overwhelmed by it.” Right.

needle problem

New York’s seven-member Supreme Court of Appeals meets monthly in Albany. Cuomo’s appointed Associate Judge Jenny Rivera, 61, was only present via remote video for a long time. She and three other state judges – from NYC, Hudson Valley and western New York – face possible removal. The judicial watchdog, the state commission on judicial conduct, could remove them. If the quartet is not vaccinated, the Bureau of Court Administration can bar them from re-entering their courtrooms.

how cute it is

Passover may be the only time we taste real Coca-Cola. A spokesman said most of what’s sold here is made with corn sweeteners. Not the cane sugar of the original preparation. Some religious people avoid corn on Passover, so the company bottles a special kosher version sweetened with cane sugar. Those in the know say you can’t tell them apart.

Coca-Cola has connoisseurs?

capers on stage

the oscars. An actor smashing another actor’s face? Her clap is mostly at the back.

In 1974, a naked guy met David Niven. Another time, Jack Palance did push-ups. The 2017 death film reel showed someone alive.

In 2013, Seth MacFarlane and a male choir sang “We Saw Your Boobs”. 1971, Best Actor George C. Scott stayed in bed with his non-statuary wife. In 2000, Angelina Jolie, who said she was in love with her brother, kissed him on camera.

Marlon Brando had Native American Sacheen Littlefeather accept his award. In 2003, Adrien Brody’s tongue landed in Halle Berry’s throat.

Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson
Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson during their appearance before a wardrobe malfunction during the halftime performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston.
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Forget which teams played, everyone remembers the 2004 Super Bowl. Justin Timberlake and a close-up of Janet Jackson’s right breast in front of 150 million viewers.

So Sunday’s Oscar swatter was great television. Viewers will be tuning in again next year… maybe the best actor’s zipper will get stuck.


Sign from a psychiatrist with theater patients: Two couches – no waiting.”

Only in Hollywood and New York, kids, only in Hollywood and New York.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/29/coda-was-worth-the-25-million/ ‘CODA’ was worth $25 million

DUSTIN JONES

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