Articles about Brett Ratner

10 Directors Who Should Have Their Filmmaking Rights Revoked
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Mcg, Brett Ratner, Steven Spielberg
Some controversial choices in this one.
Source: t.co
Added by on 4/6/13
Everything's Better on the Big Screen
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Famous Hollywood screening rooms: Tom Cruise's 20-speaker system, Steven Spielberg's hidden entrance: Deluxe screening rooms in private homes have emerged as the epicenter of Hollywood's most exclusive social network.
Source: online.wsj.com
Added by on 3/2/12
Brett Ratner "Got Lucky"
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Oscars 2012, Brett Ratner
A @thewrap summary of last night: "Brett Ratner Dodged a Bullet"
Source: www.thewrap.com
Added by on 2/27/12
2011's Biggest Movie Controversies
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A year of race debates and baffling lawsuits, and Brett Ratner's spectacular Oscar implosion.
Added by on 12/12/11
The Oscar Ceremony That Could Have Been
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Brett Ratner's a jerk and Eddie Murphy's out of touch, but those qualities could have made their Academy Awards show interesting. It's too bad they quit.
Added by on 11/9/11
As Classy a Locale As the Clientele
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"Tower Heist" director @BrettRatner tells @VanityFair he likes to vacation in Miami Beach. Color us unsurprised
Added by on 11/7/11
The Politically Correct Brett Ratner Profile
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The @nytimes amicably profiles Brett Ratner and "Tower Heist," using fancy words like "dilettante" and "outsize pop ambitions"
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 11/1/11
What Murphy Made Possible
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@BrettRatner on "Tower Heist" and how his "Rush Hour" franchise couldn't have happened without Eddie Murphy and "48 Hours"
Added by on 10/31/11
The Road to Part Two
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Hollywood veterans (e.g. Brett Ratner and Richard Donner) explain to @nymag the fine art of getting a sequel made
Source: nymag.com
Added by on 5/26/11
James Cameron, Peter Jackson, More Protest Video-On-Demand
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Some high-profile directors sign open letter that criticizes Video-On-Demand's agreement with studios to show films still in, or right out of, their theatrical releases.
Added by on 4/21/11