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Question by : Can you give me some workout songs?
Answer by Suzy Q
firework by katy perry usually rap songs can get me running good and i dont know how old you are but abba and the new generation a*teens are really great amazing and hyped up beats
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Question by Nikolas: What are some websites that I can watch free movies on?
I would like to watch some new releases and some old movies also. Can anyone find some good websites for me?
And people, I wanted FREE movies. I don’t want to subscribe for a monthly rate.
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In Sony’s first move in re-positioning their Crackle video service as the Hulu of warmly mocking poor hillbillies, the company today announced their first venture into feature-length films will be with a sequel to 2001′s Joe Dirt.
They’re reportedly calling the project “the first digital movie sequel to a hit motion picture”–dubious in both its ambition and claim, as the David Spade comedy wasn’t even really a hit. It opened at number four, and made only $ 30 million worldwide over its entire run. Its most notable, enduring accomplishment is the honor of sitting at the top of Ebert’s Most Hated list. Yet this won’t even be the first time someone has tried to mine more comedy from the literal and figurative piles of shit within Joe Dirt: back in 2010, TBS was developing the film into an animated series.
Despite the allure of doing it cheaper as Spawn of Dirt, Sony promises the sequel will again star Spade and, despite a dozen years having passed, “pick up where the last one left off,” before Joe’s inevitable decline into meth addiction.
Sony also promised a martial arts film with Jon Woo and sensei Danny Glover, and renewed Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, promising next season’s episodes to include Chris Rock, Sarah Silverman, and David Letterman. You know, if you’re into that sort of thing, where people talk like human beings and no one has a mullet wig.
Question by HiMyNamesJay: What are some good shows to watch on netflix?
So far what ive enjoyed on netflix are vampire diaries, secret circle, nikita and teen wolf those were my favorite shows. Other ones ive watched are breaking bad raising hope, didnt really like them but it was good to past the time. Any suggestions? The list above can kinda tell u what im into already.
Answer by Jordan James
Blue Mountain State , Hard Times of RJ Berger , The Inbetweeners – some personal favorites.
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A Real Housewives castmember after Adrienne Maloof’s own heart!
New York’s very own, very fabulous Sonja Morgan is reportedly following in the Maloof-hoof’d footsteps of the former Beverly Hill starlet, as the 49-year-old is reportedly dating 23-year-old real estate developer Benjamin Benalloul!
Yup! That makes him basically HALF her age!
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Specifically: the Easter bunny and Easter eggs. And nailing a bunny onto some wood, skinning it, and then eating it with some crackers. :\
Keeping fans in the loop on her latest adventures, Miranda Kerr shared a racy photo of herself from Instagram on Saturday (March 2).
Captioned “You’re the best @chriscolls @koraorganicsbymk #purenature #freespirit,” the snapshot shows the Victoria’s Secret Angel topless in the ocean.
The Australian beauty took part in the shoot for her line of skincare products, Kora Organics.
Devoted to helping people live a healthy lifestyle, the set includes face creams and hand and body treatments.
New ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 3 Trailer: This One Actually Shows Some Stuff, Like a Dragon Going After a Boat
If the first couple teasers for Game of Thrones‘ new season left you wanting for, say, absolutely anything beyond voice-over and a bird, this latest trailer should leave you a little more satisfied. It promises a really big fire. It promises everyone dying. It promises everyone giving icy stares to everyone else. It promises a dragon going after a boat. It still does not promise any jousting chimps. George R. R. Martin needs to get on that.
- Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class director turned X-Men: Days of Future Past producer Matthew Vaughn is adding some more superhero producing to his résumé, now reportedly taking on Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot too. Hopefully he’ll have some good ideas on whether a rubber suit makes for a convincing giant rock man.
- The Kids Are Alright writer-director Lisa Cholodenko has reportedly walked away from her job directing Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, though the studio is still aiming for a fall start. Hopefully I still have time to read the book.
- Only about a decade late, the Nielsen ratings are going finally start taking streaming online video into account when they report on how weirdly popular NCIS continues to be.
With their Jekyll-and-Hyde drama Do No Harm coming and going over the span of two episodes and about thirty “looking into the mirror and seeing his duality” shots, NBC is quickly moving on to their next dismal offering of a doctor with a cartoonishly-dark side. As such, here’s the first promo for the struggling network’s Hannibal, the Hannibal Lecter-based series that will take over this April, even as those ubiquitous Do No Harm posters still hang to forlornly gaze at their lost Thursday night timeslot.
The series stars Hugh Dancy as Will Graham, a criminal profiler that seems a lot like he’s just Dancy’s head pasted on another generic procedural guy’s body–both figuratively and quite literally. Laurence Fishburne co-stars as the FBI’s Dr. Jack Crawford–who is definitely a different character than his CSI guy, Dr. Raymond Langston–while Casino Royale‘s creepy villain Mads Mikkelsen takes on the cannibalistic title role. As you’ll see below, the part is mostly chewing-based: