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The Motel Owner Who Secretly Watched Guests Having Sex for Decades - And Even Witnessed A Murder: 5 Most Shocking Revelations from the New Yorker Story

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The Motel Owner Who Secretly Watched Guests Having Sex for Decades - And Even Witnessed A Murder: 5 Most Shocking Revelations from the New Yorker Story
A Colorado motel owner claims he spent decades spying on his guests as they had sex, used the bathroom and even committed murder - and he's only revealing the truth now that the statute of limitations has passed. The shocking revelations, made in this week's issue of The New Yorker, have brought scrutiny on the owner, Gerald Foos, and on the author of the magazine story, legendary journalist Gay Talese - who kept Foos's secret since 1980. "The Voyeur's Motel" uses Foos's own meticulous journals to tell story of a voyeur who admits to invading the privacy of thousands of guests
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The Motel Owner Who Secretly Watched Guests Having Sex for Decades: 5 Most Shocking Revelations from the New Yorker Story

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The Motel Owner Who Secretly Watched Guests Having Sex for Decades: 5 Most Shocking Revelations from the New Yorker Story
A Colorado motel owner claims he spent decades spying on his guests as they had sex, used the bathroom and even committed murder - and he's only revealing the truth now that the statute of limitations has passed. The shocking revelations, made in this week's issue of The New Yorker, have brought scrutiny on the owner, Gerald Foos, and on the author of the magazine story, legendary journalist Gay Talese - who kept Foos's secret since 1980. "The Voyeur's Motel" uses Foos's own meticulous journals to tell story of a voyeur who admits to invading the privacy of thousands of guests
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“Spotlight”: Another September look at Oscar predictions

My oh my how things can change! Just a few weeks ago, I put up Oscar predictions for September that I thought I was pretty confident in. Alas, nothing stays the same, so now I’m back with an updated look at what the Academy Award nominations could look like. I’m going to two a month from now on, with potentially one a week by the end of the season, but right now, it’s time to get serious. You’ll notice a bunch of changes in the predictions, mostly spurred on by having seen some of the contenders, a few of which are now pretenders, quite honestly. That’s the name of the game though, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise to either you or me. On my end, I’m just still trying to get a feel for the race. What you’ll see today
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Jennifer Aniston Reveals Plans to Direct: "We're Just Beginning"

Jennifer Aniston Reveals Plans to Direct:
Jennifer Aniston may not have been nominated for an Oscar this morning, but that's not about to slow her down. She told me at last night's Cake premiere that she has big plans to direct a feature film. "We're going to make it happen, but I have a lot of time," Aniston said. "We're just beginning." Aniston's directing experience includes short film Room 10 starring Robin Wright and Kris Kristofferson and a segment in Five, an anthology on Lifetime about breast cancer with Patricia Clarkson, Josh Holloway and Ginnifer Goodwin. She told me she was set to direct her first feature film about two years ago with Clarkson in the starring role. "It fell...
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Jennifer Aniston’s Awards-Season Run Continues With Santa Barbara Salute

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Jennifer Aniston’s Awards-Season Run Continues With Santa Barbara Salute
Continuing her awards season heat, Jennifer Aniston has just been named recipient of this year’s Montecito Award, to be presented on Friday, January 30th at the historic Arlington Theatre, during the 30th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Aniston has already been nominated for a SAG Award, Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Movie Award for her acclaimed performance as a woman suffering from chronic pain in Cake. The film, directed by Daniel Barnz, premiered in September at the Toronto International Film Festival and is currently in the midst of a one-week Oscar qualifying run in Los Angeles. It opens formally on January 23rd.

Aniston follows a long list of actors who have received the Montecito Award including Daniel Day-Lewis, Geoffrey Rush, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Javier Bardem, Naomi Watts, Annette Bening and last year’s recipient Oprah Winfrey. The festival says it was created in “recognition of a performer
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Jennifer Aniston Honored With Montecito Award at Santa Barbara Film Festival

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Jennifer Aniston Honored With Montecito Award at Santa Barbara Film Festival
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival will present its Montecito Award to Jennifer Aniston in honor of her career and her acclaimed performance in Daniel Barnz’s drama “Cake.”

The tribute will take place on Friday, Jan. 30 at the historic Arlington Theatre during the festival’s 30th edition.

See photos: Golden Globes 2015: The Nominees (Photos)

The Montecito Award was created in recognition of a performer who has given a series of classic and standout performances throughout his or her career and whose style has made a major contribution to film. Previous recipients of the Montecito Award include Oprah Winfrey,
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Nobody puts tUnE-yArDs in a box: Watch the music video for 'Real Thing'

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Music video director Tom Jobbins has a thing with stop motion, color and cardboard. And all these things come together for tUnE-yArDs' new video, for "Real Thing." Hold onto your limbs and take a deep breath: you'll be going inside a box with mastermind Merrill Garbus and a trove of packing peanuts, inside a mannequin shipping plant. "Real Thing" is featured on "Nikki Nack," tUnE-yArDs' smashing 2014 album. Keep your ear open for some Garbus real talk on dress sizes, the problems with fame and a side-eye at the Redskins and Braves names. Here are tUnE-yArDs' tour dates: 10/07 – St Louis, Mo @ The Ready Room 10/08 – Louisville, Ky @ Headliners Music Hall 10/09 – Nashville, Tn @ Marathon Music Works 10/11 – Austin, TX @ Austin City Limits 10/12 – Mexico City, Mx @ Corona Capital Festival 10/14 – Atlanta, Ga @ Variety Playhouse 10/15 – Athens, Ga @ Georgia Theatre 10/16 – Carrboro, Nc @ Cats Cradle 10/17 – Charlottesville, Va @ Jefferson Theatre 10/18 – Millvale, Pa @ Mr. Smalls Theatre 10/20 – Columbus, Oh @ Newport Music Hall 10/21 – Pontiac,
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Jennifer Aniston on Moving on From 'Friends,' What it Would Take for Her to Return to TV (Q&A)

Jennifer Aniston on Moving on From 'Friends,' What it Would Take for Her to Return to TV (Q&A)
This story originally appeared in the March 2 issue of The Hollywood Reporter. With huge success in film and television under her belt, getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has Jennifer Aniston pondering the next chapter in her professional life. Ten seasons on NBC’s Friends led to a successful feature career fronting a string of romantic comedies. In 2006, she stepped behind the camera for the first time, directing the short Room 10. More recently, Aniston, 43, directed a segment of Lifetime’s breast-cancer anthology Five. Today, she finds herself at a crossroads and, as Aniston tells THR,

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Jennifer Aniston to Take a Year Off from Acting to Direct!

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Just Go With It star Jennifer Aniston laughed with the women of "The View" about People magazine claiming she gave them her "most revealing interview ever," ("I think I revealed I like pizza"), but she actually did let some top secret details spill. Aniston says she's taking a year off of acting in movies to direct one. She told the women of "The View" that she "can't talk about it right now," but that she is directing "another one." She directed the short film "Room 10" for "Glamour" magazine in 2006 so does "another one" mean short or a feature film? If she's taking off an entire year, expect Aniston to be behind the camera of a full-length feature.

Incidentally, with all the rumors that always fly about Aniston's love life, she says she hasn't been on a date in a year (she clarifies that doesn't mean she hasn't been asked!
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Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes and Rachel Weisz to Become First-Time Directors

Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes and Rachel Weisz to Become First-Time Directors
Ah, it's been a while since I've written about Glamour Magazine's "Reel Moments" series. Every year, the magazine grabs famous Hollywood women, and gets them to direct short films based on stories submitted by Glamour's readers. They're small, simple affairs that not only outline real stories, but also send out a great message to women about jumping behind the camera. Jennifer Aniston once directed Robin Wright and Kris Kristofferson in a solid hospital drama called Room 10 (watch it after the jump). Demi Moore took the other side of the drama spectrum a year later and got silly with daughter Rumer for Streak.

This year, it's a new crop of new filmmakers -- Rachel Weisz, Eva Mendes, and Jessica Biel.

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Aniston Confided In Streisand About Directing Ambitions

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Aniston Confided In Streisand About Directing Ambitions
Jennifer Aniston used a recent meeting with Barbra Streisand to confide in her idol about her directing ambitions.

The former Friends actress has been desperate to step behind the camera ever since she directed low-key short film Room 10 in 2006.

Aniston, who has posed as Streisand for a new magazine shoot, admits she has always looked up to the Funny Girl star, and she took the chance to talk to her about her own career when they last met.

She tells Harper's Bazaar magazine, "(Streisand) was wonderful, and you could talk to her about anything... I had a long conversation with Barbra about directing because I directed a short a couple (of) years ago, and if I don't do it again soon, I'm going to burst out of my skin."

Mark Hamill and Jennifer Aniston To Direct Movies

Mark Hamill and Jennifer Aniston To Direct Movies
Mark Hamill and Jennifer Aniston: What they really want to do is direct? It would seem so. Jen has apparently let slip that she's developing a film to direct. Why now? Here's her thinking: After you get enough movies under your belt you sit back and go, 'What's next?' It's getting to a time where creatively I want to turn in a different direction. And that direction is... direction. No clue, though, as to what the film might be about. Ms. Aniston has directed before. Her short film Room 10 was made for the Glamour Magazine Reel Moments series. You can see that embedded below the break... ...as well as find out just what comic book adaption Mark Hamill seems to be getting ready for the silver screen. Here's Room 10 parts 1 and 2, found via Cinematical. There's slightly less mystery surrounding Mark Hamill's fiction feature directorial debut.
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Jennifer Aniston ... Director?

Jennifer Aniston ... Director?
After running from The Bounty Hunter (and making many wish she'd have run from the script instead of the ex-husband) Jennifer Aniston is moving onto greener pastures. According to WENN, she's gearing up for her feature directorial debut, having been inspired by Drew Barrymore's recent Whip It.

Aniston said: "I have a project in development I'm going to direct. After you get enough movies under your belt you sit back and go, 'What's next?' It's getting to a time where creatively I want to turn in a different direction." This isn't her first buzzed-about stab at directing. Three years ago, she took part in Glamour's Reel Moments film series, and directed the Robin Wright Penn and Kris Kristofferson short Room 10, about a crabby nurse who throws herself into work to avoid the problems brewing at home. It was a decent piece, and definitely preferable to many of Aniston's big-screen choices.
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Jennifer Aniston Takes on Directing

Jennifer Aniston has been a mainstay on the big screen since she captured America’s heart as Rachel in Friends. Soon, the quintessential rom-com girl will be moving behind the camera and tackling her first film as director. According the New York Post, Aniston said she is ready to take a “different turn” in her career. The actress got her first taste behind the camera back in 2006 when she co-directed a short film, “Room 10” with Andrea Buchanan. The upcoming project, about which details remain closely guarded, will be Aniston’s first full-length in the director’s chair....
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Aniston Signs Up To Direct First Feature Film

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Aniston Signs Up To Direct First Feature Film
Jennifer Aniston has announced plans to make her feature film directorial debut.

The former Friends star is hoping for a career "rebirth" in Hollywood, inspired by Drew Barrymore's directorial efforts - and she is already working on a top secret movie.

She says, "I have a project in development I'm going to direct. After you get enough movies under your belt you sit back and go, 'What's next?' It's getting to a time where creatively I want to turn in a different direction."

The project won't be Aniston's first shot at moviemaking - she co-directed 2006 short film Room 10, which starred Robin Wright and Kris Kristofferson.

Jennifer Aniston tries to stay happy

Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston insists that she no longer worries about what people think of her because there is very little she can do to alter their opinions and so she stays focused on making herself happy.'I don't think you can control that at the end of the day. You can't stunt what you do to please or not please the public. And the media will create stories whether they are true or false. So why stop doing what makes you happy? Be true to yourself and everything else will follow,' femalefirst.co.uk quoted Aniston as saying.The former 'Friends' star, who directed the short film 'Room 10' in 2006, is getting ready to go behind the camera on her first feature-length project.'I have a project in development which I am going to direct. After you get enough movies under your belt, you sit back and go,
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Filmfest Couple Sentencing Postponed

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By Steven Mikulan

The sentencing of Gerald and Patricia Green for bribing a Thai government official, in exchange for lucrative Bangkok International Film Festival business contracts, was postponed Thursday. The next hearing date is March 11.

Room 10 of the Federal Courthouse had filled early this morning with the Greens’ supporters, who had possibly glimpsed an omen when three shackled prisoners were brought in for another case’s hearing, their chains clanking, Jacob Marley-style. The t...
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Full Schedule For Horror Realm Convention In Pittsburgh, Pa! September 18th-20th!

To all our East Coast readers that are near the Pittsburgh area, we just got the full press release and schedule for the upcoming Horror Realm convention, which takes place September 18th through the 20th and features such guests as Bill Moseley, David Naughton, Ken Foree, Tony Todd, leslie Easterbrook, Tiffany Shepis, Robert Z'Dar and many more. Check out the full details below. Hit up the website at: http://www.horrorrealmcon.com

Horror Realm Convention Background

Horror Realm is an offshoot of Pittsburgh’s popular Zombie Fest, which was held in 2007 and 2008. In 2009, the name and format were revamped to distinguish the event as a convention encompassing all aspects of horror as well as zombie culture.

Entering its third year in 2009, Horror Realm has positioned itself as Pittsburgh’s modern horror

convention as a complement to the region’s long running Monster Bash, the international classic

monster movie conference and film festival,
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#Sdcc: Viz Media: Shonen Jump, with Toriko, Bakuman, and... Stan Lee?

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The room was packed for Viz Media’s Shonen Jump panel, which took place at 10:30 am in Room 10. The company announced two new series: Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro’s Toriko, about a “gourmet hunter” of the same name who apparently tracks down the most dangerous and tasty beasts, which he sells to exclusive restaurants; meanwhile, the metafictional Bakuman from Death Note creators Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata promises to shed light on that most mysterious of arts, producing manga. Both began running in the Japanese magazine Shonen Jump Weekly in 2008 and are still ongoing.

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However, the star attractions of the panel were Hiroyuki Takei (Shaman King) and Stan Lee-- yes, That Stan Lee, not some Japanese guy with the same name-- co-creators of Shonen Jump’s new manga, Ultimo, which is making its English debut in the July issue. The story concerns two robot boys,
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Sdcc '09: Saturday Horror

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The 2009 Edition of Comic-Con gets underway this week at the San Diego Convention Center, promising the biggest pop-culture event of the year.

Fangoria will be there reporting on the action live from the show floor, with constant updates on all the genre panels, announcements, and more - bringing all the latest Sdcc '09 Horror News direct to you right here on Fangoria.com

For those of you planning to attend the 100% Sold-out show, here's a look at what to expect for genre programming on Saturday, July 25th, 2009.

10:00-11:00 Idw: Angel on the Rise— With L.A. back from Hell, what's next for Idw's Angel comics? Fans of the show and the tall, dark, and brooding fangster can find out who's still fighting, who's been eaten, and what sinister forces are still to come during this panel featuring Juliet Landau (Angel writer/actress), Brian Lynch (Angel: After the Fall
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