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Fonzie’s Advice for Surviving Hollywood
by Matthew Godbey
A few years ago, I was on the CBS Studio lot working on a sit-com. While taking a break from rehearsal, standing outside the stage just looking down at my feet, lost in thought, a man approached and said hello.
I looked up to find a friendly-faced Henry Winkler offering me a warm smile. He happened to also be on break from a show on the stage next door and was stepping out for some air.
We had a friendly conversation and just before he walked away, I said, “Henry hold up. You know, it just dawned on me – for years now I’ve had a signed photo of you on the wall of my study. It’s dated 1979 and addressed with a lovely note to my wife, Diana Valentine….”
Netflix Puts 10 Educational Documentaries on YouTube for Free
by Tyler Hersko
The company’s free documentaries include the David Attenborough-narrated “Our Planet,” which explores the various wonders of the natural world, and Ava DuVeray’s “13th,” which examines the 13th Amendment, mass criminalization, and the American prison industry. Netflix is also making educational resources, including study guides and Q&As, available for each documentary.
‘Artemis Fowl’ Will Break Into Disney+ on June 12th
This may be the year without summer blockbusters. With so many theaters closed thanks to the COVID-19 Pandemic, movies are having to adjust. Now, following in the footsteps of Onward, the film-adaption of Artemis Fowl will skip theaters entirely and head straight to Disney+ on June 12th.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Artemis Fowl book series, the premise and feel are relatively simple. Think of bad guys from Die Hard. Now add fairies. This isn’t a book series about a loveable Harry Potteresque hero. No, the main character is not only flawed, but he also stands firmly on the side of evil and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.