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‘Tootsie’ turns 1982 gender politics into a post-MeToo musical with 11 Tony nominations

‘Tootsie’ turns 1982 gender politics into a post-MeToo musical with 11 Tony nominations

Josh Getlin

June 7, 2019

Los Angeles Times (TNS) NEW YORK — There’s a game-changing moment early in “Tootsie,” the new Broadway musical based on the 1982 film, when an iconic but dated comedy suddenly gets new life — and cultural relevance — in 2019. In a first-act scene, lead producer Rita Marshall is meeting...

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

How to make your own rustic dream catcher

Pauline Chiungwiza

March 12, 2019

Dream catchers are a very common type of room decor that teenagers, as well as anyone who likes to save a little money on decorating, is interested in. Some choose to buy them while others choose to make them. The results are usually the same. Although the one who chooses to make them on their own can...

Rihanna sues her father for using the Fenty name without her permission

Rihanna sues her father for using the Fenty name without her permission

Peter Sblendorio and Nancy Dillon

January 15, 2019

New York Daily News (TNS) Rihanna is clearly “anti” her father’s business practices. The singer is suing her father for allegedly using the name Fenty — which she trademarked — for his own entertainment company without her permission and has “misrepresented” the notion that he and a ...

Talkin’ Hawks guess the song

Talkin’ Hawks guess the song

September 4, 2018

The Viewpoint staff walked around campus and asked students to Guess the Song.

Aiming for a horror boom: The producers of the blockbuster film ‘It’ ponder the genre’s future in Hollywood

Aiming for a horror boom: The producers of the blockbuster film ‘It’ ponder the genre’s future in Hollywood

October 17, 2017

LOS ANGELES — The Beverly Hills offices of KatzSmith Productions are filled with the kind of treasures one would expect from the company that helped create “It,” currently the highest-grossing horror film of all time at the global box office. Haunting the conference room is an immense cineple...

Keith Erickson

Keith Erickson

Josh Crim

April 18, 2017

We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude. One of the most overlooked and underappreciated jobs at Northeast and around the world is custodians. Custodians are constantly picking up after those who don’t pick up their mess. So we wanted to focus on a special custodian...

Student Brings Digital Animation Skills to School Website

Student Brings Digital Animation Skills to School Website

Bryce Wheaton, Reporter

March 16, 2017

Digital Animation is very important in the entertainment industry. It provides the viewer with a visual that helps them understand what they are watching. Whether you are watching your favorite television show, movie, news channel, or YouTube video, almost every piece of media will contain digital animation....

No explanation needed, just watch this

No explanation needed, just watch this

Marissa Lute, Editor-in-Chief

October 13, 2016

Watch this, share it with a friend, and watch it again. Everyone needs a little confidence boost once in awhile.

‘Miss Peregrine’s’ school gets top grades at box office

October 3, 2016

By Tre’vell Anderson Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” from 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment, bested fellow new release Lionsgate’s “Deepwater Horizon” and expelled last week’s victor, “The Magnificent Seven.” “Mi...

Movie review: ‘9th Life of Louis Drax’ is more sinister than it first seems

Movie review: ‘9th Life of Louis Drax’ is more sinister than it first seems

September 1, 2016

By Cary Darling Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TNS) “The 9th Life of Louis Drax” begins as if it’s going to be a sweet children’s film about the goofy life of an accident-prone 9-year-old boy. Events that should have killed him don’t, and he seems untroubled by all of his near-death experienc...

Why we should stop being nice

Why we should stop being nice

Taylor Ewald

March 4, 2016

For the sake of humanity, stop being nice. Instead, be kind. It’s simple. It really is. It seems absurd that I am telling you not to be nice. Our parents, teachers, and other adults told us for years to “be nice, say you're sorry” or “I know Billy is mean, but be nice.” Well, I'm h...

Furious 7′ Breaks Box-Office Records With $143.6 Million Opening

Furious 7′ Breaks Box-Office Records With $143.6 Million Opening

May 7, 2015

By Saba Hamedy Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — “Furious 7” set box-office records and raced to No. 1 with a massive, $143.6 million domestic opening. If early estimates hold, the film will mark the biggest debut for the Universal franchise, which has so far racked up more than $2 billion...

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