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A rapper who worked with members of the group Wu-Tang Clan cut off his penis and jumped from a second floor balcony in an apparent suicide attempt, TMZ reports.
Andre Johnson was found on the sidewalk outside an apartment building in West Hollywood at 1:00 am on Wednesday morning and taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital in critical condition.
Source: The Washington Times
Note to Christians and those who believe the Bible: The producer of the movie “Noah,” a self-professed atheist, says he is proud of the fact that he’s taken a story inspired by God’s word and turned it into something so secular.
Director Darren Aronofsky called his movie “the least biblical biblical film ever made,” The Telegraph reported. He also claimed his leading character, Noah, was the “first environmentalist,” something that suggests the movie storyline doesn’t exactly follow the Bible’s.
And something else the suggests a serious divergence from the biblical account: Not once during the movie is the name “God” spoken, an early reviewer found, The Telegraph reported.
Original Article: NewsmaxBy Greg Richter
Anti-Christian bigotry may be to blame for the pulling of an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song, says Academy Award-winning producer Gerald Molen.
The song "Alone Yet Not Alone," from the film of the same name, was removed from consideration last week after it was learned that its composer, Bruce Broughton, had lobbied fellow academy members to consider the song.
Filmmaker Kevin Smith Announces Movie About 'Mankind Teaming Up With Hell' to Save Themselves From 'Rapturing Giant Jesus'
BY MORGAN LEE ,
Original Article: CHRISTIAN POST
Filmmaker Kevin Smith, best known for directing "Clerks," "Dogma," and "Zach and Miri Make a Porno," announced on Facebook on Monday that the plot of his next film would involve "mankind teaming up with Hell to save existence from extinction at the hands of a Rapturing giant Jesus."
By Meagan Murphy
Published December 05, 2011FoxNews.com
If a spate of recent allegations proves true, Hollywood may have a hideous epidemic on its hands. The past two weeks have brought three separate reports of alleged child sexual abuse in the entertainment industry.
Martin Weiss, a 47-year-old Hollywood manager who represented child actors, was charged in Los Angeles on Dec. 1 with sexually abusing a former client. His accuser, who was under 12 years old during the time of the alleged abuse, reported to authorities that Weiss told him "what they were doing was common practice in the entertainment industry." Weiss has pleaded not guilty.
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