6/19 Web Round-up

Posted by · 9:47 am · June 19th, 2009

Larry David in Whatever Works What is “entertainment news?” [CNN]

The top 10 Woody Allen proxies, in honor of Larry David’s performance in “Whatever Works.” [Spout Blog]

Hollywood sets its sights on “happening” Washington, D.C. [USA Today]

A few days after we discussed the exciting social networking cinephile destination The Auteurs, Andrew O’Hehir writes at considerable length about the influx of Video On Demand websites. [Beyond the Multiplex]

Stage productions, coming to a theater near you? [Wall Street Journal]

The seven most contrived rom-com scenarios. [Cinematical]

Peter Sciretta calls DreamWorks out “Boo U.,” which seems awfully similar to Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” [/Film]

Spotlighting a dozen of EW’s Movie Must list. [Entertainment Weekly]

Peter Bart joins Michael Fleming on a new industry blog at variety. [BF Deal Memo]




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