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Could ‘Rock of Ages’ follow other movie musical flops into cult stardom?

Tom Cruise’s much ballyhooed movie musical, ‘Rock of Ages,’ under-performed at the box office but that doesn’t mean the celebrity-laden, pop rock extravaganza can’t succeed as a cult classic.

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Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz Are Good at Being Bad, But These Other Celebs Got Fired For ItThe films “Bad Teacher" and "Horrible Bosses" (starring Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston respectively) prove being bad at work can be hilarious, but in reality is detrimental to one’s job status. Read on to see which celebs were laid off for behaving badly. More …  

Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz Are Good at Being Bad, But These Other Celebs Got Fired For It

The films “Bad Teacher" and "Horrible Bosses" (starring Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston respectively) prove being bad at work can be hilarious, but in reality is detrimental to one’s job status. Read on to see which celebs were laid off for behaving badly. 

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Vindication of the Female Voice: The Academy and Sexism In 2010 Kathryn Bigelow was the first female director to win an Oscar for her war film Hurt Locker. Many saw this as a major breakthrough for females pursuing and successfully working in the field. Yet, many were yelling fowl over 2011’s Academy snub of Lisa Cholodenko and Debra Granik for best director nominees. Does this prove sexism runs rampant in Hollywood and among the Academy members, made up of the Hollywood elite, or is it really just a matter of preference or even ratios?
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Vindication of the Female Voice: The Academy and Sexism

In 2010 Kathryn Bigelow was the first female director to win an Oscar for her war film Hurt Locker. Many saw this as a major breakthrough for females pursuing and successfully working in the field. Yet, many were yelling fowl over 2011’s Academy snub of Lisa Cholodenko and Debra Granik for best director nominees.

Does this prove sexism runs rampant in 
Hollywood and among the Academy members, made up of the Hollywood elite, or is it really just a matter of preference or even ratios?

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