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Society6 – Tiger Psy Trance Stretched Canvas by Michael Creese

Society6 – Tiger Psy Trance Stretched Canvas by Michael Creese

Society6 - Tiger Psy Trance Stretched Canvas by Michael Creese

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Tiger Psy Trance SMALL Stretched Canvas by Michael Creese. Painting,Animals,Illustration,Nature. Fine art print on bright white, fine poly-cotton blend, matte canvas using latest generation Epson archival inks. Individually trimmed and hand stretched museum wrap over 1-1/2″ deep wood stretcher bars. Includes wall hanging hardware.


Q-Beach House – 10/07/2014 (Michael Jackson ft Justin Timberlake – Love Never Felt So Good)

Live stream from the Q-Beach House in Oostende Belgium on July 10th 2014.
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Prometheus (2012) 27 x 40 Movie Poster Style B Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Patrick Wilson, Charlize Theron,

Prometheus (2012) 27 x 40 Movie Poster Style B Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Patrick Wilson, Charlize Theron,

Prometheus (2012) 27 x 40 Movie Poster Style B Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Idris Elba, Patrick Wilson, Charlize Theron,

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Prometheus (2012) 27 x 40 Movie Poster – Style B

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Michael Bublè Tells The Story Of His Life With This AH-Mazing One Direction Cover!

We wish this One Direction cover was longer than 15 seconds!!

Michael Bublè has been taking requests to sing snippets of songs during his warm up before his show and obviously 1D has been highly requested!

Why wouldn’t they be? Of course we want to hear the Canadian singer’s smooth vocals on …

Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes Now Taking on ‘The Birds’


Just as he’s doing with turtles, Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company will bring CGI to yet another marginal house pet with a remake of The Birds. Plans to re-do the Hitchcock classic have been needlessly talked about since at least 2007, when Casino Royale and later Green Lantern director Martin Campbell was attached; for about as long, Naomi Watts has been set to play the most on-the-nose replacement for Tippi Hedren. It’s not yet clear if she’ll still star in the newly-developing attempt, but what we do know is that Diederik Van Rooijen is going to direct this thing. If you’re into Dutch entertainment, you may know his work on Taped or Penoza–the latter of which was remade for ABC as Red Window, and the former of which is being redone in English for Sony. So after this, hopefully we’ll be done remaking everything. Then we can all go out for pizza and beers.

Michael Keaton, Tim Burton Have Been Talking ‘Beetlejuice 2′


Michael Keaton is once again luring we insignificant bugs in with the dubiously-tempting Zagnut that is Beetlejuice 2. Confirming what Winona Ryder said late last year, Keaton recently told Rolling Stone that he has indeed been talking to director Tim Burton about following up their 1988 classic.

“I’ve emailed Tim a couple of times, talked to the writer a couple of times, but all really, really preliminary stuff until relatively recently,” Keaton told the magazine. “I always said that [Beetlejuice] is the one thing I’d like to do again, if I ever did anything again. But it kind of required Tim to be involved some way or another. Now it looks like he is involved. And without giving too much away, we’ve talked to each other, and emailed each other, and if he’s in, it’s going to be hard not to be in.”

Jacques LaLean remains quiet on the matter.

(Thanks, Jeremy and jay!)

Michael Douglas Will Also Play Ant-Man


Coming off a Golden Globe win last night for Behind the Candelabra, Michael Douglas has somehow already found another role in which he’ll shape a young man named Scott in his own, laughably-eccentric image. The actor has officially joined Marvel’s Ant-Man, signing on to play scientist and original Ant-Man Hank Pym.

Since early on in development, it’s been rumored that both Pym and his successor, burglar-turned-hero Scott Lang, would be involved in Edgar Wright’s adaptation. With Paul Rudd already signed on to also play the title role, it’s now evident that he’ll be playing the superhero’s latter incarnation, who inherits the mantle after stealing Pym’s technology to shrink down and commit a crime. So that clears that up. Back to wondering whether the main villain will be The Living Eraser.

Michael B. Jordan’s 16 Most Important Instagram Posts

Here’s to another year filled with selfie perfection.

When he smiled that iconic smile.


And served up just a little bit of that dimple.


When he stole your heart with the wink and the gun at the end of this video.


When he showed you the proper way to wear a suit.


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Director Michael Bay And Crew On Set For Filming Of Transformers 4

HONG KONG – OCTOBER 18: Actor Mark Wahlberg arrives at the set of "Transformers Four" on October 18, 2013 in Hong… 

Michael Douglas Reveals a Shocking Truth About His Cancer Battles

The past several years have been trying for Michael Douglas. Claiming to have battled stage four throat cancer and overcoming it, the Oscar winner now reveals that his condition may have been a bit different than we were led to believe.

In an interview with Samuel L. Jackson on the U.K. talk show “This Morning,” the 69-year-old admitted on Thursday (October 10) that he actually struggled with tongue cancer.

“This was right before I had a big tour for Wall Street, so we kind of said, ‘There’s no way we can cancel the tour and say we don’t feel well,'” Douglas admitted. “I said, ‘You’ve just got to come out and just tell them I’ve got cancer and that’s it.'”

His doctor, who’d found a walnut-size tumor at the base of Douglas’ tongue, warned the actor that he might not want to reveal that he had a disease with such a negative prognosis during such a large press obligation.

Douglas continued, saying, “The surgeon said, ‘Let’s just say it’s throat cancer.'” The doctor apparently told him that if they had to do surgery for tongue cancer “it’s not going to be pretty,” and that Douglas faced losing part of his jaw and tongue. So, he decided that he would undergo intensive chemotherapy for throat cancer in hopes to defeat it all, throat, tongue, and any other cancers in between.

Michael Douglas has remained cancer-free since January 2011.