Ashley Jude Collie Entertainment Expert

Ashley is an award-winning journalist/author/blogger who has written for Playboy, Toronto Star, Movie Entertainment, Sports Illustrated, Maclean's and others. He's interviewed various "leaders" in their fields, including: Oscar winners (Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Lawrence, Alicia Vikander, Jane Fonda, Mira Sorvino, Geena Davis, Anthony Hopkins); Grammy winners (Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney, Ice Cube, Pete Townshend); MVPs in sports (Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, Kobe Bryant); and, business leaders (Amazon's Jeff Bezos). He has an upcoming novel, REJEX, coming out on Pulp Hero Press. And he has written several episodic TV shows, appeared on CNN, and blogged for Mademan, Medium, GritDaily and HuffPost.

 
What is Jerusalem worth? Nothing. Everything.

What is Jerusalem Worth? Nothing. Everything.

Two words that represent the brilliant paradox of humanity—Nothing. Everything.

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From The Godfather to Prisoners Hollywood Inspires Ambitious Actor Daniel Colt

As a young student back in South America, a wide-eyed Daniel Colt (Pareja) stayed up till the wee hours to “watch this little movie that ran almost three hours long, making it the first time I stayed up past sunrise.”

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“It’s a Wrap” is the Siren Call for Filmmakers like Rachel Ye

“It’s a Wrap” is the Siren Call for Filmmakers like Rachel Ye

When the director or the first assistant director makes the call, either the shooting day is done or the film has finished.

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Covid-19’s Impact on Small Businesses as Food & Beverage Co-Proprietor Lays Out Brutal Truth

Covid-19’s Impact on Small Businesses as Food & Beverage Co-Proprietor Lays Out Brutal Truth

[This brutally honest viewpoint below is by co-proprietor Mateo Glassman and it hits close to home to this writer, an LA Spurs supporter and frequenter of the Greyhound Bar & Grill in Highland Park our local Los Angeles venue to view all Tottenham Hotspur matches — they’ve set up a GoFundMe page to help support their presently unemployed pub staff, and perhaps other establishments should do likewise.]

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