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Eric Zuley ( CEO/Founder EZ WAY TV & WTV Networks) and Larry Witherspoon (Co-founder-Roscoe Media Center) announced their joint partnership at the official launch party for this broadcasting powerhouse on Sunday, September 29th at the Roscoe Media Center in Los Angeles.
The night began with a star studded 30 foot red carpet ran by celebrity publicist, Tonya Carmouche. Guests were photographed and interviewed by L.A.’s hottest media outlets such as Wire Image, WENN, AP, L.A. Live Show(Comcast), Actors Reporter, The 5 Magazine and TMZ. Although excited to have pictures taken and share how proud and excited they are for this spectacular partnership, guests were anxious to go inside the Brownstone Bistro where some mingled with other successful industry individuals and others were escorted to a table where they dined on delicious food prepared by the bistro.
The atmosphere was filled with the beautiful scent of vanilla candles supplied by 3-8-1 Candles and uplifting background music performed live by the “ Saint Tone” Band.
As the anticipation for the man of the hour, Eric “EZ” Zuley grew with excitement, guests were also treated with additional live performances provided by teen sensation girl singing group Gifted Nations, Ashlee Williss (star of The Bachelor) , Ryan Fitzgerald, and an impromptu act by Eric, Natasha Lloyd, and TKO.
Arriving with his beautiful EZ WAY Angels, Eric, the CEO/Founder of EZ WAY TV, stepped out of his chauffer driven limo( provided by Wings Limousine Service) wearing his signature black fedora and celebrity signature line “Future Stars” by Supermodel/Actor/Host/Artist Sam Sarpong he stepped into a sea of flashing lights and microphones held by eager reporters seeking to get an exclusive interview about is monumental event.
The guest which included Larry Witherspoon, Najee Detiege, EZ WAY TV Hosts-Moe Ager and Shane Sparks, Reatha Grey, Millena Gay, Melvin Jackson Jr., Ochoa Boyz, Alazae, Jimmy Deshler, Saint Tone Band, Gifted Nations, Jarvee Hutchinson, Telma Hopkins, Janie Boisclair, Param and Jasleen Singh, Slade Smith aka DJ Young, Shaka Smith, Brian Hooks, Melted Vinyl, The Dahlz, Sam Sarpong, Kate Linder, Chillie Mo, Taylor Swift support band Trailer park Rebels, and a host of others were all beaming with pride for this amazing venture.
The room was full of stunning women; over 35 ICandy models, Pitbull Energy Drink models, EZ Way Angels models, and the L.A. Live models all there to support the launch. Reatha Grey from Betty White’s “Off Their Rockers” and Janie Boisclair” singer with the Saint Tone Band and Humanitarian Radio Host also served as EZ Way’s “Elder Angels” both wearing their EZ Way model bling tops. Although meant to be funny, they actually made a point stating beauty has no age barriers.
Known for being the “Hollywood It Guy”, Eric displayed his versatile humanitarian characteristics when he removed himself from the spotlight and shared unselfishly with Shellie Hunt, this year’s EZ WAY Achievement award recipient. The award was created by Jarvee Hutcherson president of the Multicultural Motion Picture Association & founder of the American Society of Young Musicians. The first award last year was given to Larry Namer (co-founder of E Entertainment TV) on behalf of Eric Zuley, it was presented by new partner of EZ WAY Larry Witherspoon owner of Roscoes TV. The EZ Way award has been endorsed by both the city and county of Los Angeles. Each year Eric acknowledges individuals that have made a worldwide difference in their communities with this honorable award.
“This night is surreal. I am overwhelmed with joy seeing all of the many Academy Award winning directors, Emmy nominated producers, actors, actresses, models, musicians, family and friends here to celebrate the hard work I will continue doing. I am grateful to each and everyone here for your support.” Eric Zuley
Guest received gift bags that included Havana watches, Fantasia hookas provided by Vapeflow, Skin care and bikini’s designed by Bella Boo, Artistic Journey fortune cookies filled with EZ Way fortunes, $150 gift certificates for a mani/pedi provided by Gloria “The Footnanny”- Oprah Winfrey’s personal nail technician, EZ Way magazine, KD Luxe jewelry, Derrich J signature jewelry and several other desirable goodies. Each guest also received a bottle of Alaska Crystal Glacier Water that lit up with gorgeous blue lights. The ambience was absolutely spectacular. Desserts were provided by Sugar N Spyked catering. Anyone who wished to indulge enjoyed cupcakes with EZ microphones on each, absolutely adorable.
At 10p.m. guest gathered in the RMC Studio to partake in a live taping of the EZ TALK LIVE. The show which already has millions of viewers can be found on EZWAYTV.com (an official channel of RMC.)
Staying true to being a host EZ kept the room laughing with his witty comments and high energy. Guest on the show were Millena Gay, Reatha Grey, Shellie Hunt, Charles Watkins, Brian Hooks, Jennifer Irene, Natasha Lloyd, TKO and the VP of EZ Way Promotions, Mike Precise. The show included an open MIC free style contest where Mike Precise wowed the crowd with his effortless, rhythmic flow. Also showing melodic skills EZ Way Angel-Natasha Lloyd, Maxim 100 model-Jennifer Irene and, artist TKO took to the microphone and had the room partying. Not to be outdone, EZ ended the show displaying his talent to freestyle like a veteran rapper along to “Burning Sun” a Saint Tone original.
The night was nothing short of phenomenal!! This is an endeavor that will definitely change the media world as we know it!
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David Fernandez Jr. is a passionate thespian in the art of acting. He loves to bring characters to life on the screen and on stage in front of an audience. David was born in the city of San Diego, California. He began acting as a young boy at Fremont Elementary School. David won the lead role in his sixth grade play, and with motivation and discipline, he pursued his dream to become an actor. David studied Dramatic Arts at Mesa College. He landed the Antagonist role in Award-winning Director’s film, Kenneth Castillo’s “Confession of a Gangster”. He also played the role of Omar in the film, “Across the Line”, starring Academy Award Nominee…Andy Garcia. His latest projects are roles in the feature film, “End of Watch” starring Jake Gyllenhaal, America Ferrera, and Michael Pena. He has also Co-starred in the FX hit TV shows, “Sons of Anarchy” and “Justified”. David is continuing to work professionally as an actor and soon he will be producing his first feature film. David has found his true passion in life and will continue to follow his dreams.
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Hey guys check out my interview today with the very sexy, beautiful good spirited Korrina Rico who is a rapidly growing actress.
She just finished doing a small part in the movie In Time with Justin Timberlake and is on her way to doing 6 new projects and just wrapped on 2 movies. If you don’t know now you know! You heard it from your boy EZ this girl will be a super star. Bigger then Meagan Fox. I thinking Hmmm Academy Award and Oscars & Emmy’s Definitely. POST YOUR COMMENTS!
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HOLLYWOOD AWARDS COALITION (MAKING A CHANGE
NEEDING TO BE MADE)
Founded by Tony Boldi
What is LAACI?
Tony Boldi is Hollywood’s Peoples’ Mayor and founder of the Lifeforce Los Angeles Awards Show Coalition, Inc. With over 50 organizations involved and growing, the LAACi was created to help recognize talented artists in all forms that may not have the spot light of the World’s mainstream media just yet. The LAACi works under the concept that there is power in numbers. They help screen and showcase undiscovered talent as well as mainstream artists to help with each of their personal journeys to carry their messages to the masses. In doing so, the LAACi is helping stimulate the community of Los Angeles, California by bringing in 1000′s of people from around the world to participate in various awards shows and showcases here in beautiful Los Angeles. To learn more about the LAACi, just goto http://www.LifeforceIndyFilms.com and select the “Who We Are” tab or email ThePeoplesMayor@gmail.com Who is involved? BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THE SHOWS THAT THE LIFEFORCE LOS ANGELES AWARDS SHOW COALITION, INC. AND PEOPLE’S MAYOR OF HOLLYWOOD TONY BOLDI ARE INVOLVED WITH AS WELL AS THEIR RESPECTIVE LINKS Board of directors * Tony Boldi * Al Bowman * Eric Zuley * Max Worthington Hollywood F.A.M.E. Awards – host/producer LA Music Awards – host/producer The Producers Choice Awards – senior executive producer/host LA Comedy Awards – senior executive producer The Animal Awards – board of directors Hollywood’s Top Designer Fashion Awards – coalition member The World Dance Awards – co producer The MMPA Diversity Awards – member The Biz Mag Awards – coalition member The R.A.G. Awards – (Recording Artists Guild) The Magic Awards – coalition member Artist In Music Awards – coalition member click here The WTV Awards – board of directors trustee The Sidney Collection Awards – presenter The Background Artists Awards – founder (click here to see a special sample) The Daisy Awards – medical care excellence The AOF Film Festival – coalition member The Burbank International Film Festival The New Media Film Festival The Hollywood Walk of Fame Star – collaboration with the chamber The Key Art Awards – stage director at the Kodak Theater We have also been blessed to work the MTV Video Awards, Emmys, Grammys, Academy Awards and 11th Annual Multicultural Prism Awards honoring Tyra Banks to name a few… Breaking (good) News: The People’s Mayor Tony Boldi has been asked to speak at this years BIZ MAG Awards…THE BIZ MAG AWARDS (SPONSORED BY CENTERSTAGEARTISTENT.COM) Sunday, January 29 at 7:00pm at Acme Theatre-click here for more details Here is a small list of some of the shows you can attend in Los Angeles during the Award Season… It’s definitely Award Season in Los Angeles…wow !!! Congrats to all my producer friends and winners at the Producers Guild Awards…and you too ‘Max Worthington !!! Congrats to my dear friend Henry Dittman and fellow host for his win in the 2011 LA STAGE Alliance Ovation Award, Featured Actor in a Play. with French Stewart, presenter and co-star. And here’s to my Grammy family Stevie Gordy from LMFAO, Lil Playy with Dark Child and the whole Motown Family Congrats to another one of my dear friends for his 2x Academy Award Nomination Jeremy Renner A huge congrats to my teacher Ivan Markota and his students like Bryan Cranston and Mariska Hargitay for all of their Emmy Wins
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Co-Founder of E! Entertainment Larry Namer
Board member National Association of producers and television
Internet Viral Sensation Antoine Dodson
Producer 30 years in industry Alan Cooksie
Chris Donovan Director of Golden Globe Awards, Spirit Awards Producer
Hey all sorry I’ve blogged behind! LOL its been a crazy week with Oscars and all. Don’t worry though I will be posting all the fun Oscars stuff that has happened. I have been getting content for many courses lately. Anyway. TIME FOR OSCARS. Ok so last Fri I went to the Oscar Luncheon as a board member of the Multicultural Motion Picture Association . Hung with my good friends Said Faraj (Green Zone), Korrina Rico (In Time), Katrina Nova, Kim Lee, (Black Eyed Peas) Jarvee Hutcherson, (MMPA) Michael MacRae, (GLEE) Eric G. Gooden (CEOTV) Angelique Bates, (Nickelodeon ALL THAT) Bai ling (Entourage) and Greg Russel the president of the American Hiphop Awards.
This event was a great event because they were honoring student film makers.
The host was Radio Personality Sam Phillips.
Red Carpet was crowded with media. Good times in celebration of the Oscars.
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Oscar 2012 Winners: Meryl Streep Wins, but Silence Is
Golden for ‘The Artist’
“The Artist” was the big winner at the 84th annual Academy Awards, taking home Oscars for best picture, best director and star Jean Dujardin, who beat George Clooney in the battle of the charmers.
In the best actress race, considered by many to be the biggest tossup of the night, Meryl Streep beat Viola Davis for her portrayal of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady.”
“When they called … I had this feeling that I could hear half of America going ‘Oh, no. Why her, again?’ But, whatever,” said Streep after winning her third Oscar. Streep has been nominated 17 times — the most of any actor.
In an emotional speech, Streep thanked her husband for “everything I value most in my life” and makeup artist Roy Helland, who has been with her since the start of her career and won his first Oscar Sunday night for “The Iron Lady.”
Bringing tears to the eyes of many in the audience, Streep said what she values most is the friendship of the people sitting before her. “I look out here, and I see my life before my eyes — my old friends and my new friends.”
Dujardin also thanked the new friends he’s made in America since “The Artist.”
“I love your country,” Dujardin said, accepting his trophy and doing a little soft shoe as he exited the stage.
“The Artist” won a total of five awards, including for costume design and best original score.
ABC News’ Oscars Stock Market Index, a collaboration with Bluefin Labs, which provides a real-time snapshot of social sentiment, what’s trending and the collective assessment of entertainment industry experts, proved pretty accurate in picking Sunday’s winners.
Clooney had a slight edge over Dujardin on the index, and “Puss and Boots” had been expected to win for animated feature, not “Rango,” which took home the Oscar, but otherwise the index got the other winners right.
There were no surprises in the supporting actor categories, as both Octavia Spencer and Christopher Plummer had been expected to win.
Spencer accepted the award for best supporting actress with tears, thanking the entire state of Alabama, her family, her “Help” family.
“I’m wrapping up, I’m sorry, I’m freaking out,” she said, dissolving into tears before walking off stage.
Following Spencer’s win, host Billy Crystal joked that after he saw “The Help,” he wanted to “hug the first black woman that I saw. From Beverly Hills, that’s about a 45-minute drive.”
Plummer, at 82, became the oldest actor to ever win an Oscar. He won for “Beginners.”
“You’re only two years older than me, darling — where have you been all my life?” he said to his Oscar.
It was one of the best speeches of the night. Plummer thanked his “long-suffering” wife whom he said deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for being with him.
“Hugo” was an early winner, claiming the first two prizes for cinematography and art direction. It tied with “The Artist,” racking up a total of five Oscars, including two for sound and visual effects.
“The Descendants” won for best adapted screenplay, and, as expected, Woody Allen did not show up to collect his prize for best original screenplay for “Midnight in Paris.”
“Undefeated,” produced by Sean “Diddy” Combs, won for best feature documentary, while “Saving Face,” about a plastic surgeon who aids Pakistani women who are victims of acid attacks, won for best documentary short.
“A Separation” gave Iran its first Oscar for best foreign language film.
Best song went to Bret McKenzie, the musician-comedian who is one half of the duo Flight of the Conchords, for his song “Man or Muppet” from “The Muppets.”
The show was a throwback to years past with heavyweight producer Brian Grazer at the helm and Billy Crystal as host. Grazer spoke on the red carpet before the show about keeping the show entertaining but classy.
Crystal, hosting for the ninth time, managed to do that, bringing back his song and dance medley of the best picture nominees and injecting himself into a montage of some of last year’s most memorable films.
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MULTICULTURAL MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Board member Eric Zuley
January 20, 2012 (949) 836-9596 email: email@example.com
CELEBS AND STARS AT ANNUAL AFTERNOON AFFAIR
Los Angeles… Academy Award nominees past and present will once again be in full force,
as they come out for a star-studded afternoon of camaraderie and praise for young up-and-
coming film talent at the Multicultural Motion Picture Association’s (MMPA’s) 19th
annual Oscar® Week luncheon. The annual event will this year be held at the Sofitel Hotel
Los Angeles, on Friday, February 24th, at 12:00pm, and as in previous years, will be
among the highlights of the week’s activities leading up to the Oscars. The MMPA’s
annual luncheon will again be among the hottest tickets in town, this year made even hotter
by the buzz surrounding many Golden Globe winners and potential Academy nominees
already slated to attend this star-studded affair.
The event, which annually plays host to some of Hollywood’s notable Academy Award nominees and previous winners, will again support talented young filmmaking in their projected endeavors. Known for bringing out celebrities, producers, directors and writers in support of talented student filmmakers, the affair will only be heightened this year, as many international artists known for some of the year’s hottest sleeper hits have already confirmed their desire to be a part of what has become known as a precursor to the Oscar weekend festivities.
As a part of the annual afternoon affair, awards are presented annually, to filmmakers selected for their creative achievements, vision and technical talent, and in addition to financial awards toward their tuition, film companies traditionally arrange gifts of technical support for scholarship recipients. MMPA president Jarvee Hutcherson, stated that “after a solid year of burgeoning creative accomplishments on the part of our diverse film community, it continues to be inspiring to see the level of Hollywood talent who continue to express their desire to be a part of this afternoon of philanthropy and giving.”
The prestigious organization of actors, cinematographers, editors, writers, and directors has in the past played host to an array of celebrities and nominees from Salma Hayek, Robert DeNiro, Kate Winslet and Djimon Hounsou to Sandra Bullock, Denzel Washington, and Leonardo DiCaprio among others. The luncheon is always anticipated and remembered for its spontaneous surprises of high-profile guests and the goodwill shared among colleagues, coming out in support of talented emerging artists. For further information and tickets contact the MMPA or Board Member Eric Zuley
468 N. Camden Drive, Suite 200 Beverly Hills, California