Archive for April, 2011
Welcome to the 25th installment of The Most Important People on The Internet featuring words said by you about people posted by me. It’s an intimate affair rife with skullduggery and probably the best comment I’ve ever read on the site, saved for last as always. Of course, that’s not counting all those other times Read More …
In case today’s earlier trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon still had a little too much pretense for you, enjoy the film’s latest poster, which shrugs off all that talk of something about the moon and instead just reminds you: Giant robot! City go kablooey! A few humans, if you care to pay that much attention!
Now that’s what I know as what little I remember the Transformers franchise to be!
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After enjoying their first night of married life at the Buckingham Palace, Prince William and Duchess Catherine opted to head off for a little more privacy on Saturday morning (April 30).
Of the delayed honeymoon plans, a Palace press statement told, “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have chosen not to depart for a honeymoon immediately. Instead, after spending the weekend privately in the United Kingdom, The Duke will return to work as a Search and Rescue pilot next week. The locations of both their private weekend and their future honeymoon, which will be overseas, will not be disclosed in advance.”
Meanwhile, Miss Middleton’s family members were also spotted earlier today, as Carole, James, Michael and Pippa smiled for photographers while departing the Goring Hotel in London.
As previously reported by GossipCenter, the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton was led by the Archbishop of Canterbury and was attended by 1900 guests, including foreign Royal family members and heads of state.
Thousands of well-wishers from around the world also flocked to London to witness the spectacle and pageantry of the Royal Wedding, with many visitors spending the day after the ceremony checking out sites such as Kate’s wedding bouquet – which was placed atop the grave of the unknown warrior in Westminster Abbey.
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Question by This is not here: Do you think you would want to go see the Avatar sequel when it’s made?
Possibly called “Na’vi “, James Cameron said it would be “cheaper and faster” and will “likely focus more on the spiritual aspects of tne Na’vi population”.
[I obviously tend to catch on to trends a bit too late :D]
Answer by iamhags
Yes…imagine the hype on this one. The sequel to the highest grossing film ever. I’m sold.
What do you think? Answer below!
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Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick accepted a proposal from David Kovacs in February which she hoped to leverage into the show recasting her. Except the same day she said “yes” to a guy who was actually serious about marrying her, she was still banging another dude which is pretty easy to play off if you Read More …
In a landmark case that will surely set a new precedent for replicating disfiguring facial tattoos, tattoo artist S. Victor Whitmill has filed suit against Warner Bros., claiming The Hangover, Part II‘s use of the tattoo he designed exclusively for Mike Tyson violates his copyright.
The design, recreated in the film on Ed Helms’s face, was legally released to Whitmill at the time he forever ruined Tyson’s head with it. Because copyright applies no matter the canvas, be it actual canvas or a shamed pugilist’s flesh, Warner needed to get a release before using it, and the only way they’re getting out of this is if they can convince a judge “the copyright isn’t valid, or that the studio changed the design just enough to escape infringement, or that the use in the film is ‘transformative,’ meaning it is depicted in a larger context and thus a fair use, or that it’s a parody.” Barring such a ruling, Warner Bros. will likely end up paying a hefty settlement to stop an injunction from halting the film’s release. Thankfully for the studio, they’ve still got the Looney Tunes catalog. They can easily pay that settlement off by counter-suing all the older sisters who have illicit Tweety hip tattoos.