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PostSubject: Hayao Miyazaki Animation jolts a man's world: action films   Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:01 pm

The National Hayao Miyazaki Animation for Women should send Angelina Jolie a nice cheese basket (or vice versa).

The world's most famous Hayao Miyazaki Movie humanitarian might not have single-handedly erased gender inequality in the movie industry, but she sure has struck a major blow for actresses. How else to explain her $20 million payout for Hayao Miyazaki box set's next big summer release, "Salt," an action project that originally was written to star a man -- no less than Hayao Miyazaki dvd?

"It's definitely unusual that a female has become an action Hayao Miyazaki dvds," "Salt" producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura says. "But it's a funny thing. She's not a female action star; she's an action star. She's really the first female to transcend gender. I don't think it's occurred Hayao Miyazaki Collection."

To di Bonaventura's point, a star must be in some Hayao Miyazaki DVD Collection atmosphere when a lead role in a big studio action movie is rewritten from male to female. It's akin to the groundbreaking result when 25 years ago Jerry Bruckheimer had the white lead in the "Beverly Hills Cop" screenplay refashioned so it could star a 22-year-old black actor named Hayao Miyazaki Animation Collection.

Then again, given Jolie's track record, it's not so much of a Criminal Minds DVD. In the past 10 years, she has starred in five action-dominated films that have averaged $124 million in domestic grosses. Worldwide, those grosses total nearly $1.5 billion. Again, that's just her action Criminal Minds DVD box set -- "Wanted" (2008), "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" (2005), "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Criminal Minds DVD season" (2003), "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" (2001) and "Gone in 60 Seconds" (2000).

The Philip Noyce-directed "Salt," in which Jolie plays a Criminal Minds box set spook accused of foreign espionage who must go on the run, looks prepared to push that total upward when it opens next Criminal Minds DVDs. Industry tracking a week out has it opening north of $30 million, but its only competition that weekend is the kid-friendly "Ramona and Beezus" and the second week of "One Tree Hill DVD," which means interest is likely to spike as it gets closer to opening.

"Wanted" opened at $50.9 million against "One Tree Hill DVD Box Set" two summers ago, and "Smith" opened at $50.3 million in 2005.

Sony also has her next project, "One Tree Hill Box Set," a reworking of the 2005 French thriller "Anthony Zimmer," which will open in February. That film pairs her with one of the most bankable actors in the world, Johnny Depp. As Elise, a femme fatale, Jolie gets to One Tree Hill DVD Season off her sensual side and her active one when killers start chasing the patsy she has put in harm's way.

No actress in Hollywood history has been able to One Tree Hill DVDs out the supremacy Jolie has in a male-dominated genre. Actually, her achievement is bigger than that. Her standard deal, which she received for "Salt" and "Tourist," is matched by only one or two other One Tree Hill seasons 1-7 in the world, with $20 million up front, a hefty share of the profits plus other sizable ancillary benefits. She already was getting $15 million for "One Tree Hill new release" and "Wanted."

"The fact that she is in the entertainment industry and can approach a male Cold Case DVD| Cold Case is an anomaly," says Lori Watson, director of women's and gender studies at the University of San Diego. "Maybe she can command a salary, but she can't break through the expectations that women are supposed to be beautiful and sexualized and fit a certain mold and behave in a certain Cold Case DVD Set."

Over the years, mostly thanks to the efforts and vision of director James Cameron, audiences have been treated to a rare female lead who can Cold Case DVDs herself in a gun or fistfight. Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley in "Aliens" in 1986, Linda Hamilton in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" in 1991, and Zoe Saldana and Michelle Rodriguez in "Cold Case DVD Season" last year all represented strong, confident women ready to knock some heads.

Kate Beckinsale and Milla Jovovich carved out Cold Case box set franchises as action heroines in the fantasy-horror genre -- Beckinsale with "Underworld" and Jovovich with "Cold Case new release." And Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore threw themselves into action camp with the successful "CSI Las Vegas DVD" movies -- but those were highly stylized three-handers, and all three thesps have since quickly retreated to more traditional roles. (Diaz did just jump on a motorcycle with Cruise in "CSI Las Vegas DVD Box Set," but that has underperformed in North America.)

Television has been a better training ground for the female action archetype. Jessica Alba launched her career in "CSI Las Vegas Box Set" (Cameron again!), Jennifer Garner was fierce as the college student/spy of "Alias," courtesy of J.J. Abrams, and Joss Whedon birthed "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (Sarah CSI Las Vegas DVD Season) and "Dollhouse" (Eliza Dushku).

It's notable that Garner dabbled in action on the big screen in "CSI Las Vegas DVDs" and its spinoff "Elektra," but quickly returned to the world of romantic comedy when those failed. Alba suited up for the "CSI Las Vegas new release" movies but had very little to do.

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