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Hollywood Faces Fierce Global Competition

Hollywood Presses Anti-Piracy Trade Measures With Obama

But the US entertainment industry is facing fierce competition abroad. LOS ANGELES: Hollywood is getting good reviews from the president of the United States after he met with studio executives. President Barack Obama praised the film and television industries for creating jobs. But the US entertainment industry is facing fierce competition abroad. <br>Source:

Hollywood reports: Cast for 'The Prince' includes Cusack, Patric, Rain

Many who supported him in the first campaign were less enthused in the second one because of that. Obama has been on a first-name basis with Jeffrey Katzenberg for many years. As he has with Sonys Michael Lynton and his wife Jamie, as he is with Harvey Weinstein and any number of leading celebrities including Eva Longoria, Kerry Washington, and others who stumped for him tirelessly. But you never saw him saying so in public. In a Tea Party world, you love your liberals in the closet, not in the limelight. view <br>Source:

(Matt Sayles/AP) The expanding cast of stars who might soon visit Mobile for filming of the action movie "The Prince" will include John Cusack, Jason Patric and South Korean pop star Rain, pic of kim kardashian according to the latest reports out of Hollywood. Plans call for filming to start in Mobile after Thanksgiving. Producer Randall Emmett has already said that Bruce Willis and rapper/actor Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson will appear. According to promotional information, the movie is about "a retired crime boss forced to face his former enemies, when his teenage daughter goes missing." Numerous recent reports, including one published Monday on , kris humphries and kim kardashian have indicated that Patric will play the lead role, with Willis appearing as a bad guy. <br>Source:

President Obama Embraces Hollywood in Public – Finally

Though no new legislation is on their agenda, a top priority for many in Hollywood is getting search engines to stop linking to websites that stream pirated content. They also want provisions in upcoming trade agreements, particularly the almost-complete Trans-Pacific Partnership, that ensure other countries protect intellectual property with standards similar to those used in the U.S. Mr. Obama briefly discussed the troubled rollout of his health care law with the entertainment executives, a topic that came up again in his speech. He also spoke about a host of other policy issues in his public remarks and specifically praised the film and television businesses for their economic impact and work promoting American values around the world. <br>Source:

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