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joi, 7 octombrie 2010

Wentworth Miller is FAT

   Wenthworth Miller is 37-years old and it shows. This picture was taken Thursday in L.A. when he  was taking a hike. Gossipers whispered he’s rocking a lot more and  that he need to get rid of some curves to keep his sex icon status. They also pointed at his grown hair. I say maybe is preparing his look for a new role or just going though a phase. In fact he’s nearly 40 and might have some weight issues periods, but there’s not a lost battle. I can’t say there’s something wrong with the photo because there are no signs of bad intention or angle…
   What you think about the 3 years transformation? Is this appearance of a trashy big boy making you like Wenty less?

marți, 5 octombrie 2010

10 Prison Break Trivia FACTS!!!

  1.    The filming location, the old Joliet Prison, actually only has cells stacked two high. To be able to show the cells stacked three high, a studio set was constructed.
  2.   Stacy Keach (the Prison Warden) spent six months in a British prison and modeled his character after the man in charge at that institution.
  3.    Robert Knepper (T-Bag) says he based the haircut of his character on an old Science teacher he had, who had a "poofy bit", which always stuck up at the front.
  4.    According to an interview with Rockmond Dunbar the character of C-Note was only suppose to appear in the first 2 episodes but when the show was renewed for a full season C-Note's role was extended to a recurring character.
  5.    13 prisons banned the show.
  6.    Wentworth Miller was a last minute casting choice. He started filming about a week after auditioning/being cast.
  7.    Silas Weir Mitchell (I) (Haywire) originally auditioned for the role of T-Bag.
  8.    If you were to have a tattoo like Michael s it would take around 200 hours to make and the cost of it would be around $15000-$20000 dollars.
  9.    It takes 4.5 hours to apply the tattoo to Wentworth.
  10.    The idea for the show was originally pitched to the Fox Broadcasting Company in 2003 but was turned down as Fox felt somewhat nervous about the long-term possibilities of such a television series. It was later considered as a possible 10-part mini series, which allegedly drew interest from big names in the film industry such as Steven Spielberg and Bruce Willis. However, the mini series never materialized.

Bruce Willis' NEW movie RED!

   Release date: Oct 15, 2010
   A group of former government assassins fights back against the CIA after they're targeted for knowing too much in this adaptation of Warren Ellis' acclaimed DC Comics graphic novels. Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) used to be a hired gun for the CIA. Along with Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich), and Victoria (Helen Mirren), Frank's specialty was carrying out contracts that the government didn't want the public to know about. These days, Frank and his old gang are all retired, but the powers that be are still concerned that they know too much, and dispatch a team of top assassins to ensure their silence. Now, Frank and his former team members realize that their only hope for survival is to break into CIA headquarters and expose the truth. But once they're in, the group uncovers evidence of a massive cover-up that promises to rock the very foundation of our government. Karl Urban, Brian Cox, Richard Dreyfuss, and Ernest Borgnine co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

luni, 4 octombrie 2010

New Left 4 Dead Expansion The Sacrifice!

   Valve revealed today The Sacrifice, a new expansion for the Left 4 Dead series that will be compatible with both the first and second games in the series.
Along with this new chapter in the zombie survival saga, No Mercy - the hospital campaign from the first Left 4 Dead - will be updated and included for Left 4 Dead 2 players, who can then play through both these campaigns.
The Sacrifice - out in October - tells the story of the last Left 4 Dead 2 expansion, The Passing, from the perspective of the original game's cast. You'll find out how they managed to meet up with Left 4 Dead 2's cast, and at the end, will be able to choose for yourself which of the original cast dies (hence the expansion's name), rather than Valve simply pencilling it in.

The expansion is designed to work with both Left 4 Dead games, so if you've only got one of them, it doesn't matter, you'll be able to download and play this.

duminică, 3 octombrie 2010

The Social Network wins box office

You can learn a lot about Mark Zuckerberg in the first five minutes of The Social Network, David Fincher’s chronicle of the rise and, um, continued rise of the website

Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) and his girlfriend (Rooney Mara) are having a pre-dinner pint at a campus pub near Harvard, which he attends. She looks at him when she speaks. His eyes wander the room or occasionally rest just outside the contours of her body, the gaze of an autistic. He’s terribly smart and wants her to know it, switching topics in mid-clause, half-expecting her to keep up, half-hoping she won’t.

Like a good chess player (actually, like a good chess-playing computer), he’s mentally three or four moves ahead of her. Like a human being, she reads his vanity and arrogance, and dumps him. When he realizes what just happened, his attempt at apology sounds little better than “control-alt-delete.”

It’s a brilliant scene by Aaron Sorkin, the writer who gave us TV’s The West Wing and the under-appreciated Charlie Wilson’s War. Whether it captures the real Zuckerberg is anyone’s guess, but it certainly creates a memorable anti-hero for the two-hour drama that follows.

The question at the centre of The Social Network -- and it’s worth far more than $64,000 -- comes down to the definition and value of intellectual property. Thomas Edison said genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, but he was also famous for contracting out the perspiring. Zuckerberg, as the movie tells it, seems to have taken the Winklevosses’ idea and made it his own, even as he told them he was working on their site,

Will there be a sequel to The Social Network? It’s a certainty. The only question is whether we’ll be watching it at the movies or living through it.