Posts Tagged ‘City’
There’s no telling how Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will work as a film, but as an impersonation, it is clearly top notch: this thing looks and sounds exactly like the original, but somehow more so. The ridiculously noir-styled visuals and dialogue have unmistakably returned, and now there are, unbelievably, even more angry, craggy faces to match the similar rise in scantily-clad babes. I mean, jeez, when you’re looking for a weathered duffelbag head, a gravelly voice, and single slit of pearly whites revealing nefarious intent beneath a cartoon villain mustache, traditionally you go with either Powers Boothe OR Stacy Keach. This has both! Whatever expense has been saved on color correction and actual backgrounds has clearly been blown on sinister motherfuckers.
Good news if you like ridiculously artificial-looking worlds spattered in vivid reds: there are some new posters for Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel and Robert Rodriguez’s Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For. Have a look below, but first know that the Grand Budapest one is a motion poster. Don’t let the movement and sound panic and frighten you.
Shawshank Redeption director and Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont’s new show–first called L.A. Noir, then Lost Angels, before finally being dubbed Mob City so it would sound most like a knock-off Facebook game–has premiered its first teaser. The six-episode series airs on TNT starting December 4, and stars Walking Dead‘s Jon Bernthal, Neal McDonough, Ed Burns, and, from this trailer, apparently Simon Pegg as the cops and criminals fighting for Los Angeles in the years after the second World War. As we now know, the territory was eventually ceded to a human-like alien race of stretched faces and drastic proportions, but this could be an interesting history lesson nonetheless. Here’s the sneak peek:
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Question by liongirl: What sort of salaries do the ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ earn?
They all seem to live lavish lifestyles and I was just wondering if anyone knew the sort of salary Alex Mccord, Romona Singer or Bethenny Frankel or any of them really earned? Im not talking about the salary they got from the show but what they earn from their jobs or their husbands jobs
Answer by goaheadnfireme
Alex McCord was an actress…yeah. Her husband is the Manager of a hotel in Manhattan and makes a little over $ 125,000 a year.
Ramona Singer married Mario who owns a very well established catholic jewelry online store. She used to buy clothes from stores and resell them (seriously).
Jill Zarin married BOBBY ZARIN who owns Zarin fabrics so she gets her money from him. She’s admitted in the show that she did not come from money.
Bethenney Frankel was a celebrity chef. She was also runner up on Martha Stewart’s Apprentice.
The housewives made $ 11,000 the first season on RHNY. >>>
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I Killed The Prom Queen performing Sleepless Night And City Lights live at The Roundhouse in Sydney on 26 June 2011 Love live music? SUBSCRIBE for thousands more live videos and new gigs uploaded weekly: www.youtube.com I Killed the Prom Queen is an Australian metalcore band from Adelaide, South Australia. Formed in 2000, the band featured prominently on the Australian live music scene and toured the USA, Japan and parts of Europe several times. The band split up in April 2007 when guitarist Jona Weinhofen joined American band Bleeding Through but played a farewell tour in mid 2008. In March 2011, the band declared on facebook that they will be returning for the “Destroy Music Tour”. Break-up and Say Goodbye Tour (2007-2008) On 31 January 2007, Ed Butcher flew back to his home town in the UK. In a statement released later by the band it was announced that he had departed due to homesickness and that he was no longer a part of the group. Butcher later joined UK band Eternal Lord. Tyrone Ross from Mourning Tide temporarily filled the vocalist position during Japanese tour dates, and Colin Jeffs (of Bendigo band Heavens Lost) filled in on the European tour with Bleeding Through, All Shall Perish, Caliban. However, on 7 April 2007, I Killed The Prom Queen announced their break up, citing both an inability to find a new vocalist and following Jona Weinhofen’s departure for Orange County Metalcore band – Bleeding Through. Shortly after the band ended, rumours began of a final …