Hollywood is creating some of the best children’s books to make into films and by the looks of things tahy are running out of films to make so they are just going to start on children’s books!
Universal has announced their plains to make Clifford The Big Red Dog into a feature film.
Since it’s a live-action/animation hybrid, we’re assuming it will be likeMighty Joe Young, but with a big red dog running around instead of a gorilla.
This si looking really good and the kids will love it!!
In Jessie J`s new boos she reviels that she is a lesbian and she forced to hide her sexuality to make her more ‘trendy’, a new book has claimed.
The horrible thing is that publication says she was told by record bosses that she would be more appealing to fans if she said that she was bisexual rather than gay.
Its an unauthorised biography, written by Chloe Govan, adds that the pop star, who first realised she was gay at the age of 17, eventually went along with the plan but was ‘incensed’ by the decision.
In the book it says that Jessie went along with the charade because she was scared of losing her record contract with Universal.
Jessie sould have said stuff your record contract i am who i am.
Is so good of Jessie t be so open it really makes up proud of her shes helping her fans feel conformable with their sexuality.
Its the talent show that searches for a new singing star but it seems there has already been one winner of The Voice: record label Universal, which stands to make huge sums at licence fee-payers’ expense.
Three of the shows ‘coaches’ are signed to Universal, and have seen album sales rocket as a result of the exposure on primetime TV.
The company is said to make millions and whoever wins the show, get £100,000 and a record deal with Universal Music Group.
But the losers don’t miss out as they will be signed to Universal-owned management firm Twenty First Artists.
Yesterday a MP attacked the BBC for spending £22million of licence fee-payers money to secure the rights to The Voice, which he described as nothing more than an ‘expensive advert’ for Universal.
Philip Davies MP Said:
‘The BBC has paid a fortune for The Voice. This now looks to be a very expensive advert for the record company which not only gets a heavily promoted winner but also a boost for its existing artists on the show.
‘The BBC also appears to be using this format as a spoiler to sabotage ITV’s success with Britain’s Got Talent. On both of these counts I don’t think this is what the BBC should be doing.’
The ‘coaches’ of the show are Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Danny O’Donoghue who play are good at their job on the show.
It is estimated the coaches are seen on screen for two-thirds of each 75-minute audition episode – the equivalent time in advertising on ITV would cost £5.9million.