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Wiz Khalifa & Adele Reportedly Recorded Together In Rapper's 'bl










kim kardashian surgery But the strategy undergone a major transformation, as #DominateFund continues to raise its debut fund (which was originally targeting just $5 million). Namely, the Hollywood angle has been deemphasized, in favor of a viral marketing angle.It's also lost the hashtag (although that's not yet reflected on the firm's bare-bones website ). "As we began getting pitched by more and more entrepreneurs, we learned that the Hollywood stuff was a very minor reason why they were interested in us," explains Parr. "What they really want is a team that understands that world, but also has deep experience in viral marketing and media." Parr believes he fills that "media" piece, thanks to his experience at Mashable. His fellow co-founders --Matt Schlicht http://allisonngkp.tumblr.com/ and Mazy Kazerooni -- have deep experience in the viral marketing world, through past work at UStream and a newer startup that helps market young artists like Tyga and Lil [read] Twist. No comment from Parr on the fundraising piece, but word is that not too many celebrities signed up -- leading DominateFund to hit up more traditional VC fund investors like funds-of-funds (which may be a blessing in disguise, since celebrity capital can be a bit higher-risk than that of institutional investors). For example, Parr was spotted earlier this summer at the SuperReturn U.S. <br>Source: http://finance.fortune.cnn.com/2013/09/06/dominatefund-less-hollywood-less-hashtag/







Photography exhibitions were held in Kolkata and New York and an auction in Sotheby's raised funds. Halder was also invited to a photo talent competition in Amsterdam . He went to study in a school in New Hampshire with the funds raised. In 2008, NYU accepted his application for its film-making course. The shutterbug graduated to a cinematographer in 2012. "I came to the US in 2005 and was accepted in a New England, preppy, outdoor high school in the white mountains of New Hampshire," Halder told TOI on Friday. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/kolkata/Sonagachhi-boy-goes-behind-Hollywood-camera/articleshow/22383319.cms







"I've got songs with Adele." "I've got a lot of guest appearances that I've already done but none of them have been cleared for the album yet," Wiz added. Called "Blacc Hollywood," Wiz's album is hyped to hit stores later this year. The 25-year-old rapper, who released his last album, "O.N.I.F.C.," in 2012, has already dropped the first single off of the forthcoming project, "Look Into My Eyes." "Blacc Hollywood," which also features a collaboration with The Weeknd, http://journals.fotki.com/urzydisdeck/my-blog/entry/wqssstqqtkfrb/ is named as such because "it just represents the lifestyle," Wiz told Vibe in June . "Not really like black people in Hollywood but just like a black attitude, not giving a [f--k] about anything. [Its like] just really blacking out on the world. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/04/wiz-khalifa-adele-recorded-together-blacc-hollywood_n_3867628.html












Hollywood's 'disappointing' summer sets box office record



Wood,Staff writer / September 4, 2013 This film image released by Universal Pictures shows Ethan Hawke in a scene from 'The Purge,' one of the summer's unexpected box office hits. Daniel Mcfadden/Universal Pictures/AP Enlarge Los Angeles The story of the 2013 summer film season, which officially ended on Labor Day , would seem to be a tale of disappointments. The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Digital Edition First, there were the potential blockbusters that flopped, from " The Lone Ranger " to "After Earth." And second, many of the successes were sequels ("Iron Man 3"), prequels ("Monsters University"), or reboots to old franchises ("Man of Steel"), meaning the summer lacked a big infusion of excitement or innovation. Yet with the figures now in, 2013 will go down as the biggest summer in American movie history, taking in $4.76 billion and topping 2011's record of $4.4 billion. Even taking into account the fact that movie tickets cost more because of inflation and 3D, 2013 did well, with more tickets sold than in any summer since 2007. <br>Source: http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2013/0904/Hollywood-s-disappointing-summer-sets-box-office-record



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