Coldplay To Receive Honor For ‘hunger Games’ Song At Hollywood Film Awards (exclusive)

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And keep making the same ones. But then youll also keep getting into the same issue. Anyone if the creator/owner would offer something worth buying, it would be bought as long as piracy is the superior alternative and in addition to that is free, I dont see changing that Simple. quazi as the creator/owner these decisions are theirs to make about their merch and marketing plans and not your own Their decisions is why their shit gets pirated. Guest lawful consumer LOL If I watch a TV show on cable television that I pay for I have right to download the same TV show from The Pirate Bay. Mauro Tamm Well Only ATM-s that charge here is those that belong to another bank. So your point is flawed. Anon No its not. People accepted these fees, host bank or another bank. Thats the point, along with No amount of sacrifice on the part of the AAs will ever return {true} pirates to paying. Hence increasing law enforcement. Thats crucial, and quite true, in this discussion.

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Martin will accept on behalf of the group and perform the song at the gala ceremony on Oct. 21 at the Beverly Hilton. our editor recommends PHOTOS: ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Cast Heats Up Cannes The song, which was released in September, reached No. 1 on iTunes in 43 different countries. The entire soundtrack for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will be released by Lionsgate and Republic Records on Nov. 19, 2013, and the film will open worldwide on Nov. 22, 2013. The Hollywood Film Awards are determined by founder and executive director Carlos de Abreu and an advisory committee. De Abreu tells THR, “The Hollywood Film Awards is thrilled to present the Hollywood Song Award to a band as globally respected and prolific as Coldplay. They continue to build their legacy and, with Atlas marking the first time they have recorded for a motion picture, we cannot think of an artist better deserving of this honor. VIDEO: Coldplay Unveils ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Song, ‘Atlas’ Other 2013 honorees who have already been announced include12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen and supporting actress Lupita Nyong’o; 42’s supporting actor Harrison Ford; August: Osage County’s ensemble and supporting actress Julia Roberts; Before Midnight’s lead actress/co-screenwriter Julie Delpy, lead actor/co-screenwriter Ethan Hawke and co-screenwriter/director Richard Linklater;Behind the Candelabra producer Jerry Weintraub; The Book Thief’s lead actress Sophie Nelisse; Captain Phillipsproducer Michael De Luca; Dallas Buyers Club’s lead actor Matthew McConaughey and supporting actor Jared Leto; Gravity’s lead actress Sandra Bullock; Fruitvale Station’s lead actor Michael B. Jordan; Lee Daniels’ The Butler director Lee Daniels and supporting actor David Oyelowo; Monsters Universitydirector Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae; Pacific Rim visual effects supervisor John Knoll; and Prisoners’ supporting actor Jake Gyllenhaal.

Hollywood serves a dose of history, but is it true?

It will be followed on Hollywood’s true-story hit parade by: The Fifth Estate (Oct. 18). Benedict Cumberbatch plays Julian Assange, the real-life founder of underground watchdog site Wikileaks. TRAILERS: Coming soon to theaters “The academy loves” true-life stories, says Tom O’Neil, editor of awards site Goldderby.com. “They usually have a socially conscious message and the ‘warm and fuzzies’ that voters like to feel after the movie.” As for feeling smarter? Not so much. The industry hasn’t exactly aced its history lessons of late. Last year’s dominant Oscar contenders, Argo, Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty, all centered on true stories and all were hammered for their veracity (though Argo marched unimpeded to a best-picture win). Tom Hanks, who plays the real Capt. Richard Phillips, understands the lure of fact-based stories and the pitfalls of telling them. “These stories answer what humans can do in certain situations,” he says. “But it still has to fit within a cohesive story, which may mean deciding what part you want to get right.” What’s right is another matter, even in non-fiction films. Several members of the Maersk Alabama, the hijacked vessel, are suing the shipping company, alleging Phillips ignored radio warnings of potential piracy. In a court deposition, Phillips countered that the ship would be attacked regardless of any warnings.