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How to be a ‘celebrity’ in the world of ‘celebrities’

By The Star-Ledger Star-News EditorA.

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PascaleCinetime Entertainment founder and CEO, Jason Pascales, says it’s a tough business.

“You don’t want to be known as a celebrity, you don’t wanna be known for anything, but if you do have a celebrity in your life, they’re a star,” he said.

He said a big part of being a celebrity is that it gives you a certain amount of visibility and credibility.

“A lot of people, they know you and they’re comfortable around you,” he explained.

“I’ve been a celebrity since ’90s, ’00s.

I’ve been in a couple of movies.

But when you’re in the mainstream and you’re on the same level, people start looking at you.”

He said celebrities are often seen as being more than just a part of their brand, but rather part of the business model.

“It’s the same way you can go on the cover of Rolling Stone or a magazine and it’s all about the person, it’s about the image, it is a business,” he told The Star in a phone interview.

You’ve got to have the brand to do it. “

So you gotta have the right kind of brand to sell that.

You can’t go to a big studio and say, ‘Hey, I want to do a movie and I want the rights to the image.’ “

But you gotta do it right.

“If you can get the right type of image and the right brand and the appropriate marketing, it can be really lucrative.””

The entertainment world has changed drastically since the days of the Beatles, and Pascaleds believes the same can be said about celebrity culture. “

If you can get the right type of image and the right brand and the appropriate marketing, it can be really lucrative.”

The entertainment world has changed drastically since the days of the Beatles, and Pascaleds believes the same can be said about celebrity culture.

“People want to feel like they’re part of something, that they’re in a team.

I don’t think there’s any doubt about that,” he added.

“Everybody wants to be the star, whether they’re on stage or in the booth.

If they’re doing something that they think is good, people are going to want to see them, even if they’re not into it.”

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