Thursday, 15 Nov 2018
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California fires threaten Hollywood sets and celebrity homes

The Paramount Ranch, where many westerns were filmed, in Agoura Hills, California, dissipates after being hit by a fire. (Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP) While forest fires are raging at both ends of California, a number of Hollywood sets and celebrity properties have been threatened or destroyed by the flames. The flames of Southern California in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, beginning Thursday at the end of the day, leading to a evacuation throughout the city from Malibu on Friday. The historic Paramount Ranch of Agoura Hills, located nearby, burned Friday, according to the Santa Monica Mountains Unit National Parks Service. Many productions, including HBO's "Westworld" series, have been filmed in the ranch's "Western Town" since Paramount Pictures first rented the Old-West-style backdrop in 1927. Evan Rachel Wood, who plays Dolores Abernathy in the series, described The loss as "strange", tweeting that she was "so sad" for the lost story. Also in Agoura Hills is the 7590 square foot mansion that hosts ABC's "The Bachelor" reality TV series twice a year. The creator of the series, Mike Fleiss tweeted a picture of thick smoke in Malibu on Friday, with ABC's Rob Mills executive add The mansion Amy Kaufman, a journalist in her book "Bachelor Nation," described the Tuscan-style mansion, built in 2005, as "located on a plot of approximately five acres north of Malibu in the Santa Monica Mountains. "When the show does not run there, real estate developer Marshall Haraden and his family occupy the six-bedroom, nine-bath home. Several celebrities have also published articles about their homes in Malibu or in other nearby neighborhoods. Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tweeted that he evacuated his residence Thursday night, but that the Bleak House, as he calls it in a separate property where he keeps a collection of fantasy and horror books and accessories of cinema, "could be endangered." The New York Times has called the property del Toro "Referential and Inspiration. He writes, and when he's in production, a handful of designers work in the re-used garage. "Actress Alyssa Milano also evacuated her home Thursday, tweeting that she brought her "Doc Marten children, dogs, computer and boots." The singer Lady Gaga, who left Malibu early Friday, posted videos of thick smoke in her Instagram narrative. Actor Will Smith used the same platform to share images of the fire, so located about eight kilometers from his family's home: "We have not yet been told to evacuate but Willow is nervous and she wanted me to go outside to make a dad. evaluation, "he writes. If you are in the evacuation zone, go now. Caitlin Jenner also wrote on Instagram Friday that she was "out of the fire zone," shortly after TMZ had announced that her Malibu property had been destroyed by fire. "Kim Kardashian-West, Jenner's daughter-in-law, tweeted evening when the flames fell on the Hidden Hills property, where she lives with her husband Kanye West, but that "it does not seem like [sic] Kardashian-West evacuated Thursday, according to her Instagram account of that night, with her sisters Kourtney and Khloe. The actor James Woods uses his Twitter account to help people locate their loved ones. He created the hashtags #CampFireJamesWoods and #SoCalFiresJamesWoods to create what he called "bulletin boards, "even spread the word about the five horses at risk in Milan, despite the opposing political views of both actors. (Milan is a prominent Liberal and Woods a conservative declared.) "Thank you all for your concern," said the actress. tweeted. "For those who have insisted on continuing to be hurtful because our political affiliation is different, you are what is wrong with the country." Actor Patton Oswalt also thanked Woods on Twitter for his efforts: "We can fight for politics later," wrote Oswalt to Woods. "You probably saved a lot of lives tonight – human AND animal. Thank you. "Other celebrity reactions below: I think so deeply about all those people who are suffering today from these abominable fires and mourning the loss of their home or loved ones.I am sitting here with many of you who asks me if my house will burst flames.All we can do is pray together and for each other.God Bless you.-Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) November 10, 2018 Well, as if life were to become more interesting … we have a mandatory evacuation of our house because of the #Woolseyfire . We stayed at a Santa Monica hotel where we will stay until we return. Send love and strength to our amazing California firefighters. #sure– Melissa Etheridge (@metheridge) November 9, 2018 My home was evacuated due to nearby fires at Thousand Oaks. (Pigs and dogs are fine, thank you) Thank you for sending your prayers to the residents of Thousand Oaks and the victims of the shooting who must now evacuate their homes and neighborhoods. Then send them money. – RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) November 9, 2018 Thank you for the prayers of all. Our family is safe and close to you (@kanyewest) November 9, 2018 I'm with Rob, Dream and True and I'm ready to watch! Pray and thank all the courageous firefighters who risk their lives for us ❤️❤️ https://t.co/eVlJgWSqVd- Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 9, 2018 Keep an eye out for "Lijah, Angel, Cats, Gee, Her Dog Cody, Mom and Winnie, but E-Bar has come home to take care of them"
POOR MALIBU, MY ADORED HOUSE. IM Anxious about my house, but my heart
IS BROKEN FOR PPL THAT LOST EVERYTHING.
Paul and I put the finishing touches on Xmas Swag- Cher (@cher) November 9, 2018 Just need to say THANKS to all the firefighters. All first responders. All the helpers. The thing to look for in the tragedy is all the assistants. We are all very grateful for your courage and altruism. – P! Nk (@Pink) November 9, 2018 .

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