Carole Zarka

  • What Happened To The Girl From Jaws’ Iconic Opening Scene?

    As the first victim of Bruce the Great White Shark in Steven Spielberg’s seminal 1975 blockbuster, Susan Backlinie (above) made an entire generation fear the ocean and what lurked beneath the water. Where is she now, on the 40th anniversary of ‘Jaws’? Breakfast is the the most important meal of the…

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  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Sequel Gets Title

    'The Guardians of the Galaxy' sequel has gotten a fitting title. Check it out!

    Yahoo Movies
  • Star Trek Beyond Director Unveils First Image

    It’s official – ‘Star Trek 3’ will be called ‘Star Trek Beyond’. Appearing on Twitter, the 43-year-old ‘Star Trek’ director has given us a first look from the set of ‘Star Trek Beyond’. Of course, the title ‘Star Trek Beyond’ has been rumoured for some time already… but this is the first time we’ve…

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  • Elizabeth Berkley Finally Embraces 'Showgirls' After All These Years

    1995 just wasn't ready for the campy brilliance of "Showgirls." But 20 years after the film flopped in theaters its star, Elizabeth Berkley, has finally embraced the cult classic -- and the film's adoring fans. On Saturday night, the former "Saved by the Bell" star gave a heartfelt speech before a…

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    Beyonce and Nicki Minaj Triumph at BETs

    The BET Awards have just been handed out in Los Angeles, with a host of the musical A-list attending. Here we look at who picked up trophies, with Beyonce Knowles and Nicki Minaj doing well.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Why the Academy Got it Wrong (Opinion)

    Recent rule changes failed to reduce the number of best-picture nominees.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Sony to Raise $3.58 Billion of Fresh Funds

    Japan’s Sony Corp is to raise a total of $3.58 billion (JPY440 billion) from a share and bond offering.

    Variety
  • China box office surges nearly 50% in first half of 2015

    Mainland China’s box-office receipts jumped nearly 50% in the first half of 2015, powered by Hollywood tentpoles “Furious 7,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Jurassic World.”

    Los Angeles Times
  • The World's First Ethiopian Sci-Fi Flick

    Derelict spaceship. Waning human population. Scary Santa. Required viewing?

    Ozy
  • 4 of the Best Music-Themed Movies (That Aren’t Musicals)

    Here are 4 fantastic films about music, musicians, and the mark they leave on the world.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Variety Wins Three Awards at L.A. Press Club Event

    Variety was honored with three awards at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 57th SoCal Journalism Awards on Sunday night. Senior TV editor Brian Steinberg won for entertainment news or feature for his article “Today’ vs. ‘Good Morning America,’” about the battle to be the top morning news show. David S.…

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  • Why Are Joy's Eyes Blue?

    My wife makes fun of me when we watch Pixar movies, because whenever I see Up or the Toy Story trilogy or Monsters, Inc., I need tissues handy at the end -- even if it's the 12th time I've seen it. So when I went to see Pixar's latest movie, Inside Out, I brought my tissues, and I definitely needed…

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  • Gordon Gray’s Race For Miracle Batten Disease Cure Update: Jon Hamm Stepped Up. Who’s Next?

    On June 9, Deadline revealed how Miracle producer Gordon Gray was racing the clock to raise a minimum of $10 million to run trials for a treatment that could possibly stop the progression of a rare degenerative brain disease in his two daughters. Both 4-year-old Charlotte and her younger sister…

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    Bravo Housewife Wonders Motive of New Castmates

    Vicki Gunvalson, the only remaining original cast member of 'The Real Housewives of Orange County,' explains why she's weary around new cast members on the show. (June 29)

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  • ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Case Dismissed On Request Of Google & Actress

    Two and a half years after the short anti-Islam video became the center of an international and legal storm, the heated roller coaster ride ended today – which means YouTube, studios and networks can breathe a little easier copyrightwise. "Based on the parties' Stipulation for Dismissal of Action,…

    Deadline
  • ‘Hearts Made of Black’ Movie in the Works at Fox With ‘Divergent’ Producer

    Twentieth Century Fox has bought the movie rights to debut Stephanie Garber’s upcoming fantasy novel “Hearts Made of Black” and set up the project with “Divergent” producer Pouya Shahbazian, Variety has learned exclusively. “Hearts Made of Black” is a young adult story that follows two sisters.…

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  • 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl' -- A Film Interview

    ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL a Sundance breakout film this year just hit movie theaters in wide release. I got to sit down with the director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon and actor Thomas Mann and discuss this gem of a movie. It's quirky, sophisticated, fun and wildly creative. Like all great storytelling…

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  • History Lessons: Nic Uncaged at Cinema Detroit: Works by American Icon

    On Friday, June 26, Cinema Detroit hosts Nicolas Uncaged II: Another Celebration of Cinematic Excellence. While the mini film fest offers two films starring the Oscar winner—and the films fall into the acceptable-to-decent range of Mr. Cage's oeuvre—half the fun...

    Curbed Detroit
  • 'Terminator: Genisys' Team Talks Tech at Hollywood Premiere

    The newest incarnation of the Terminator franchise revisits Judgment Day yet again, this time in 2017.

    The Hollywood Reporter