MCN Curated Headlines

“No one benefits from continuing their seemingly unending litigation to protect a parking lot. The actions initiated by Friends of Parks have effectively overridden approvals received from democratically elected bodies of government.”
George Lucas Tells Chicago He’s Taking His Memorabilia Museum Elsewhere

“I thought about it. What did I really want the seagull to do? I just wanted the seagull to be a seagull. I actually didn’t want the seagull to do anything, other than what the seagull wants to do. If Blake interacts with the seagull and the seagull does nothing, well, that’s what the seagull chose to do. So it’s his choice. I give him freedom, or whatever.”
A Restive Kyle Buchanan Cheers The Seagull In The Shallows

 “It’s the greatest thing that ever happened. Are you kidding me? We’re in the national debate, thank you! Can we please get more haters to say stupid things?”
Sony’s Tom Rothman On Ghostbusters Trolls

“Men are weird. Girls are weird too. Bodies are weird in general. That is what our movie is about: How fucked up our bodies are.”
So That’s What Swiss Army Man Is About

“It’s about meeting in the middle. Having a tech startup culture meet a legacy corporate culture and then evolving and changing—and that’s really the fun part. One of the key ways we’re going to harness the power of our journalism is to have an optimization group. This tronc team will work with all the local markets to harness the power of our local journalism and feed it into a funnel and then optimize it so we reach the biggest global audience possible.”
Dear Gobblydegook In Heaven

“With the way things have changed in the last couple of years, I don’t think the entertainment industry has yet taken note — because if [someone] is going to blow up a train station in Paris or an airport in Brussels, what’s better than a Star Wars premiere?”
THR Spends Year Sneaking Onto At Least 55 Red Carpets To Make Point About Security

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The whole world within reach.
~ Filmmaker Peter Hutton

“Though he was celebrated for “Dispatches,” enjoyed his fame for a time and was, Claudia Herr said, extremely proud of the book, he came to resent his celebrity, especially when reporters or television producers wanted him to relive his time in Vietnam. Among other things, a retrospective light shining on him struck him as disrespectful to the men he wrote about. He gave few interviews. In the last years of his life, he became a serious devotee of Buddhism and no longer wrote, his daughter said.”
~ Bruce Weber On Michael Herr

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