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Hollywood Sentinel April 2014 Issue Feature: The Academy Goes Punk Rock

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Emma Watson arrives for the 86th Oscars www.TheHollywoodSentinel.com
Photo: Aaron Poole, copyright 2014, A.M.P.A.S.

The new issue of The Hollywood Sentinel is now out, featuring a special on The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, called "The Academy Goes Punk Rock," with a report on the new films screening at the Academy theater, as well as a report on Yeah Yeah Yeah's front woman Karen O. at this year's Oscars.

The talented and sexy Emma Watson arrived for the live ABC Telecast of The 86th Oscars at the Dolby Theatre on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California, in the image pictured here, taken by Aaron Poole, and copyright 2014, A.M.P.A.S.

Top 10 Greatest Directors Countdown

The new issue of The Hollywood Sentinel also features the Top 10 Greatest Directors countdown, Los Angeles Art at MOCA, reported by Art critic Moira Cue, Cue's Putlizer Review, How To Succeed in Hollywood and How to Close the Deal, by producer and talent manager Bruce Edwin, Top 10 Divas, subnormal magazine's Hollywood Hot Spot music calendar, with a new poetry section featuring Jello Biafra, and the new Top 10 Hottest Model; New Faces countdown.

The Hollywood Sentinel is the free online monthly entertainment site that features only the good news, and is read by some of the biggest stars in the world, as well as many A-list producers, directors, and more. It is syndicated with the renowned world wide site NewsBlaze dot com, which has hundreds of writers reporting from around the world.

Visit the new issue of The Hollywood Sentinel at: www.TheHollywoodSentinel.com. Read more stories by Hollywood Sentinel founding publisher at Bruce Edwin. The office of The Hollywood Sentinel and affiliates do not endorse any advertising that may appear on or in connection with this story. This story is copyright, 2014, The Hollywood Sentinel, all rights reserved.

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