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Posted: Mon Nov 30, 2015 18:02
Author: Site FriendET junkieET loverSunTurtle
Thalestris wrote:
Hi ange and Daz, I hope that you both had a great week end despite the storm and the rain.. ? 8dOmi6C.gif so what's up in the world.. ? I was going to make a post about climate change, that damn Cop21 , its lobbying & greenwashing.. And I was thinking , well they all know that already, don't they? That we don't trust the politicians and our governments and nope, they won't save the planet, why would they ? Then I read this : "Mobile dating apps spur HIV epidemic among Asia’s teenagers, says UN
Smartphone technology has increased the opportunities for casual sex and led to a spike in HIV infections among teenagers in Asia, researchers find
" and this : "“There is a risk of not being able to eliminate Aids at all,” Wing-Sie said. “This is the new frontier of Aids to tackle right now. The world can never end Aids if this issue is not controlled.”

And I thought ok, what a cheerful Monday again, so I'll be posting that interview of James McAvoy instead. A few pics and yes indeed, some new trailers today. So here we go !

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James McAvoy: ‘Being a Celtic fan is hard’
The actor, 36, on the high and lows of football fandom, Scottish independence, and having a crush on Anne-Marie Duff, now his wife, when he was 18

I really enjoy playing mental cases, people with obsession and delusion. It means that as an actor you are engaging your imagination all the time.

I used to be a bit too humble for my own good. I had to learn self-worth and to have a positive image of myself. Maybe it’s a good thing. Perhaps if I hadn’t been humble I’d be really fucked up now.

I don’t think it would be a bad thing if Scotland went independent. It’s going to happen now – we’re on the path – it’s just going to take a wee bit longer. It’ll be an amicable divorce rather than a messy break-up.

In large part I was raised by my grandparents. They taught me a respect for people, a respect for money. Money is freedom. From them I absorbed the importance of owning your own place and not owing money or having credit card debts.

Since becoming a parent I no longer blame kids for bad behaviour. I blame the parents. I don’t want to spank the kids; I want to punch the parents.

I was raised a Catholic but the minute I was allowed to make my own choices I stopped going to church. I wouldn’t take my kid until he wanted to go.

We’re living in an increasingly non-religious environment and superheroes are our gods at the moment. They’re like the Norse or Greek gods: unreliable characters with incredible powers. What’s fun about them is that they’re already consciously an allegory. God is never an allegory.

I’m a classic middle-class drinker. You can go through a month and realise you’ve had a drink every single night – not a large amount, but not a tiny amount either. And I say I don’t smoke, but I do. All actors have too many cheeky tabs.

When you’re growing up, a football team can help you identify yourself: you literally put a badge on your chest. But being a Celtic fan is hard. You get the incredible highs, like beating Man Utd or Barcelona, but then the low-level depression when you get humped.

Recently I have been thinking more about death. Perhaps it’s because I’m 36 and I might be halfway through my life. It’s not all that unusual for a guy to die before he’s 70.

My son is going to have loads of money and a better education than I have. But the opportunities should be there for every child to do as well as my kid. It feels like the educational situation’s getting worse and the poles are growing further apart, which doesn’t feel fair in a country that’s meant to be democratic.

When I first met my wife [Anne-Marie Duff] on the set of Shameless, I was like: “Why do I fancy you, apart from the fact that you’re really fit?” Then I realised I’d had a weird woman-on-the-telly crush on her when I was 18 and she was in Aristocrats.

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World Climate Change: Will the Cop21 make a difference ? Brandan Reynolds.

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Japanese whaling fleet to set sail for Antarctic
Fleet to leave on Tuesday to carry out ‘lethal research’ despite UN court ruling that the hunts are a cover for commercial whaling and have no scientific merit.


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Chandigarh, India. Students paint their faces for an awareness rally at a school on the eve of World Aids Day Photograph: Ajay Verma.

















Wishing you all a great Monday morning, afternoon, evening and good luck for tomorrow ! 8dOmi6C.gif

Big fan of Bill nighy mmmmm well have you seen the film Wild Target 2009? i think it was, no link for here, needs a reseed possibly, that is one funny film poor parrot.
Also rumour has it a new series of Dexter may be in the offing i can only hope so such a pleasant chap as serial killers go,if anyone can dig up more info it has to be you Thalestris, another recommend for you.
Thalestris avatar
Posted: Tue Dec 01, 2015 17:55
Author: Turtle
Hi Abhi, glad to see you around again, and thanks for the quotes ! And hi Daz, yes I've seen "Wild Target" and I really enjoyed it, Emily Blunt is just fantastic also in that movie !! And regarding the new series that you told me about, promise, I'll post an article in here if I find something mentioning this project ! 8dOmi6C.gif

And what's up in the world um ? Well first, a portrait of someone who really likes eggs, no doubt about that ! Then, a few pics and a few trailers ! And by the way : Happy December to you all !! oh and I forgot , I have a quote also in the end !

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Europe's oldest person celebrates 116th birthday in Italy
Emma Morano, the second oldest person in the world, puts longevity down to leaving a violent husband and eating three eggs a day – two of them raw.


Emma Morano, Europe’s oldest person and the second-oldest in the world, marked her 116th birthday by offering to sing her favourite song for visiting well-wishers, Italian media reported.

Morano, one of only two women alive certified to have been born in the 19th century, reached the milestone on Sunday in her one-bedroom flat in Verbania, a small town in the Piedmont region of north-west Italy.

“I’m fine, I’m fine and as long as it stays like that I will remain with you,” she was quoted as saying. “You know I have a beautiful voice, if you like I can sing Parlami d’amore Mariù [Talk to me about love, Mariu].”

In an interview with the New York Times earlier this year, Morano attributed her longevity to having left a violent husband in 1938, shortly after the death of her only child at seven months, and to eating three eggs a day for much of her life.

Diagnosed with anaemia at 20, she was advised to eat two raw eggs and a cooked one every day, a regime she maintained for 90 years.

Susannah Mushatt Jones, the American who is the only other member of the 116 club, also attributes her longevity to many decades of living on her own, having been married for only five years between 1928-33.

The Brooklyn resident is also a regular egg eater – although she prefers hers scrambled and served with four rashers of bacon.

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Beijing, China
Artist Kong Ning wears a wedding dress made from respirators to highlight concerns about air quality and pollution.
Photograph: Luo Xiaoguang

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Jakarta, Indonesia
Activists clash with riot police during a rally in support of the free Papua separatist movement. Photograph: EPA


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More than 11,000 Norwegians line up to shoot 16 wolves. Norwegian hunters outnumber wolves 763 to one, according to new figures for licences to kill population that could be as low as 30.













What do you know about being the ‘ideal’ woman? There isn't one. It doesn't exist. I'm either too thin, too fat, too dumb, too vapid, too troubled, too fake, too boring, too happy, too sad etc. I might as well try ice skating up a hill trying to find a solution to that one.Sky Ferreira.

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Posted: Wed Dec 02, 2015 17:59
Author: Turtle
Hi everybody ! So what's up in the world today? Well, I rarely talk about documentaries which is a shame.. So today, it's all about documentaries.. I've only seen "Amy" recently to be honest and I really loved it , so I have a lot to catch up now... I've added a few pics and some trailers. I hope that you'll enjoy it.

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Oscars 2016: Amy makes documentary shortlist
Documentaries on Scientology and Amy Winehouse are among the contenders for a 2016 Oscar nomination

Amy, the controversial documentary about Amy Winehouse, is one step closer to being nominated for an Oscar.

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences revealed its short list of 15 documentary films that will be considered for an Oscar nomination.

This year, the competition in the documentary category was tough, with 124 films submitted. The shortlist was determined by a preliminary round of voting, and members will now select five nominees from the short list.

The nominations will be announced on January 14, one month before the Oscar ceremony on February 28.

Amy received rave reviews from critics. The Telegraph’s Robbie Collin said that the star’s “glorious rise and heartbreaking fall is movingly documented” in the film. Asif Kapadia’s documentary had been criticised by Winehouse’s father, Mitch Winehouse, who said the focus on his daughter’s battle with drugs was “hurtful”.

Alex Gibeny’s documentary, Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, received plenty of media attention this year, and is another potential nominee. The secretive Church of Scientology devoted an incredible amount of resources to prevent the documentary being released. The film is largely based on journalist Lawrence Wright’s book and presents current church leader David Miscavige in a particularly unflattering light.

Previous Oscar winners are heavily represented in the list. Michael Moore, who won for his 2002 documentary Bowling for Columbine, could receive another nomination for Where to Invade Next, which investigates American foreign policy.

David Guggenheim, who received an Oscar in 2006 for An Inconvenient Truth, is also on the shortlist with He Named Me Malala, about young Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai.

The shortlist in full:

Amy, (Asif Kapadia)

Best of Enemies, (Morgan Neville, Robert Gordon)

Cartel Land, (Matthew Heineman)

Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief, (Alex Gibeny)

He Named Me Malala, (David Guggenheim)

Heart of a Dog, (Laurie Anderson)

The Hunting Ground, (Kirby Dick)

Listen to Me Marlon, (Stevan Riley)

The Look of Silence, (Joshua Oppenheimer)

Meru, (Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi)

3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets, (Marc Silver)

We Come as Friends, (Hubert Sauper)

What Happened, Miss Simone?, (Liz Garbus)

Where to Invade Next, (Michael Moore)

Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom, (Evgeny Afineevsky)

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Chennai, India
A man carries a dog and wades through a flooded street in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.
Photograph: AP

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New York City, USA
Film-maker Spike Lee (L) and the Reverend Al Sharpton lead a march through the streets of Manhattan calling for an end to gun violence
. Photograph: Andrew Burton

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Botswana sells fracking rights in national park.Licences for more than half of the Kgalagadi transfrontier park, one of Africa’s largest conservation areas, have been granted to drill for shale gas.













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Thalestris avatar
Posted: Thu Dec 03, 2015 17:22
Author: Turtle
Hi everybody ! So what's on the menu today, first : Burt Reynolds, then a few pics and unfortunately, 2 trailers, nothing exactly new here I'm afraid..

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Burt Reynolds: 'I regret turning down Greta Garbo'

Reynolds admitted he hated making Boogie Nights – and never got over ‘love of his life’ Sally Field

Actor Burt Reynolds has criticised Hollywood for its lack of progress in tackling racial discrimination over his 50 years in film, and said American society still has a long way to go with the issue.

Reynolds, 79, who was raised and still lives in Florida, described how he hated how black people were treated in the south and lamented how little had changed in Hollywood.

“I didn’t like things about the south, I hated it, I really did,” said Reynolds on race. “It still isn’t right, it won’t ever be right in our lifetime. I really did think things would have progressed by now. I certainly thought we would have a lot more black directors, writers, producers.”

The actor, who is celebrated for his roles in films such as Deliverance, Smokey and the Bandit and Boogie Nights over his 50-year career, was speaking to columnist Hadley Freeman at a Guardian Live event, following the release of his second memoir, But Enough About Me.

Reynolds, wearing an all-black outfit and fuchsia tie, also revealed that while his role as porn king Jack Horner in Boogie Nights might be among his most popular performances, he hates the film and hated working with director Paul Thomas Anderson – and has still never watched the whole movie.

Despite having had a playboy reputation in Hollywood, Reynolds said the subject matter – based on the adult entertainment industry – made him uncomfortable.

“I don’t like those people, I feel like they are due for a very hard time because they tried to do legitimate film and they’re never going to be able to,” he told Freeman. “It’s sad, they were very sad people and they showed up a lot of times on set. It’s a one-way street, if you go down that road as an actor, you’re finished.”

The veteran actor also revealed how Mark Wahlberg had become so engrossed in his role as porn superstar Dirk Diggler, he would walk around the Boogie Nights set wearing a fake erection.

Reynolds said he had “hated” Paul Thomas Anderson so much that he turned down a role in the director’s next project, Magnolia. “I’d done my picture with Paul Thomas Anderson, that was enough for me,” he said.

Reynolds recounted numerous tales of a life spent among some of Hollywood’s greatest legends, counting Fred Astaire, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Cary Grant and Bette Davies amongst his closest friends, as well as offering his verdict on Marlon Brando (“he wasn’t very nice”).

The actor also told one regret-tinged anecdote about accidentally spurning the advances of Greta Garbo, when she had wanted to go home with him.

“I didn’t know she was Greta Garbo, otherwise I wouldn’t have turned her down,” said Reynolds with a laugh. “She was beautiful, extraordinary. She had a blouse on that was canary yellow and she didn’t have anything on underneath it … she said ‘would you give me a ride home?’ Just before she got out of the taxi I said, ‘sorry, you didn’t tell me your name’ and she said, ‘my name is Greta Garbo’ … and then she left. What an idiot. I was 22 going on 12 … Years later I got a note from her saying ‘you were an idiot’.”

The actor also addressed his recent admission that he still believes his Smokey and the Bandit co-star Sally Field was the “love of his life” and spoke of his regret that they never worked on another film together.

“She’s amazing,” he said. “You’d think after a guy says ‘I love you and I hope we can make another movie together’, that you’d hear from them. But I never heard a word, so I guess I’m never going to hear.”

Despite having dozen of films to his name, Reynolds admitted he only liked five of them, singling out The Longest Yard as a particular favourite.

He also spoke about his regret after turning down certain roles, including Pretty Woman, but said turning down James Bond in 1970 hurt, but “only in the wallet – it doesn’t hurt me artistically”.

However, he rebuffed reports that he had turned down the roles of The Godfather’s Michael Corleone (“I would have taken that”) and Star Wars’ Han Solo (“if I’ve been offered that I didn’t know about it”).

Indeed, having spent half a century in front of the camera, Reynolds said he was more keen than ever to turn his hand permanently to directing – and was just waiting for the right script.

“Directing is what I’d love to do,” said Reynolds. “I’d rather direct than anything. I think that’s what I’ll probably end up doing; hopefully I’ll get a script that’s wonderful … I think it will help me get away from a lot of painful stuff.”

He added: “I think I can do something that will surprise people.”

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Sicily, Italy. A volcanic eruption at Mount Etna’s Vorgaine crater. Photograph: Marco Restivo

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Vientiane, Laos. Fireworks explode over Pha That Luang Square in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos. Photograph: Xinhua









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Thalestris avatar
Posted: Fri Dec 04, 2015 17:43
Author: Turtle
Hi everybody ! I hope that you had all a good week ! It's Friday at last !! So it's my last post for this week in here, and I'll be back hopefully on Monday. And I'm quite happy with this article that I found today.. plus a few pics and some recent trailers, but I post them a bit too late , bloody time difference .. Anyways, I hope that some of you haven't seen them yet ? So here we go :

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Shorter stretch for Indian prisoners who pass yoga exam
Criminals imprisoned in Pune jail can secure early release if they master certain yoga poses and pass a test

Prisoners in western India have been offered a novel way to secure early release – by mastering some yoga poses and passing an exam.

Officials at Yerwada central jail in Pune, near Mumbai, said on Wednesday that prisoners can cut their sentences by up to three months if they impress wardens in the ancient Indian practice.

“There’s a written and physical exam and those who excel will be given remission with respect to their performance,” Bhushankumar Upadhyay, the additional director general of the Maharashtra prison department, who is responsible for the scheme, told AFP.

“We have started the written tests and the practical examination will commence in January. We are going to hold two exams a year and prisoners can get a maximum of three months early release.”

Upadhyay said the programme was aimed at improving mental and physical wellbeing. Prisoners have to answer questions such as “What is yoga?” and “How does it help you?” as well as perform a series of complex moves.

“Yoga has been found to be very positive in harmonising our mental and physical energy. It has played a great role in the formation of the soul,” added Upadhyay.

The initiative at the prison in Maharashtra state is the latest in a long line of yogic programmes to have started since India’s yoga-loving prime minister, Narendra Modi, was elected in May last year.

He has set up a ministry dedicated to promoting yoga and other traditional Indian treatments, and also started free yoga classes for his government’s 3 million bureaucrats and their families.

Indian scholars believe yoga dates back about 5,000 years, based on archaeological evidence of poses found inscribed on stones and references to yogic teachings in the ancient Hindu scriptures of the Vedas. Its popularity worldwide is at an all-time high and in June millions marked the first International Yoga Day.

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San Bernardino, USA. The McIntyre family hold candles at a vigil in memory of the 14 people who died in the San Bernardino mass shooting. Photograph: Tom Tingle

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Quito, Ecuador. Protestors clash with police during a demonstration against the constitutional amendment allowing the indefinite re-election of the president, Rafael Correa. Photograph: Graficos

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Celle, Germany. Chimpanzee Robby sits in his enclosure at Circus Belly. A local court has decided he should stay with the circus for now after veterinary authorities did not renew a permit to keep him. Photograph: Julian Stratenschulte













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Soup avatar
Posted: Fri Dec 04, 2015 19:59
Author: ModeratorTrusted UploaderET loverSupermanSunTurtle
Quito, Ecuador. Protestors clash with police during a demonstration against the constitutional amendment allowing the indefinite re-election of the president, Rafael Correa.
Typical politician, corrupt and changing things to suit themselves, they should reopen the Nuremberg trials and put everyone of them in the dock. The list is endless but imagine the media frenzy seeing the likes of Bush, Blair, Cameron to name but a few trying to weedle out of it. Ah but i can dream eh? lol
Thalestris avatar
Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2015 18:35
Author: Turtle
Soup wrote:
Quito, Ecuador. Protestors clash with police during a demonstration against the constitutional amendment allowing the indefinite re-election of the president, Rafael Correa.
Typical politician, corrupt and changing things to suit themselves, they should reopen the Nuremberg trials and put everyone of them in the dock. The list is endless but imagine the media frenzy seeing the likes of Bush, Blair, Cameron to name but a few trying to weedle out of it. Ah but i can dream eh? lol

Hi Soup, yes we can dream .. I mean, take my beautiful country: France.. So our wonderful President has decided that we would be in state of emergency for 3 months , oh how convenient , and meanwhile, nobody is allowed to complain during Cop21 for instance.... So I say thanks and hello to Anonymous, their action made me smile .. And tomorrow we have to vote I mean..

Paris climate summit: hackers leak login details of more than 1,000 officials.

Private data including emails, usernames and phone numbers of 1,415 delegates posted online by Anonymous in protest against arrests of activists

Hackers have leaked the private login details of nearly 1,415 officials at the UN climate talks in Paris in an apparent act of protest against arrests of activists in the city.

Anonymous, the hacktivist movement, hacked the website of the summit organisers, the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and posted names, phone numbers, usernames, email addresses, and secret questions and answers onto an anonymous publishing site.

Anonymous claimed the attack was an act of protest against the arrest of protesters on a climate march in Paris on Sunday. Climate activists organising a peaceful protest say that the demonstration was hijacked by a small group of anarchists who clashed with police. All public protests have been banned in the city since a state of emergency was declared after the terror attacks nearly three weeks ago.

Officials whose data has been leaked are from a range of countries including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Peru, France, and the US. Employees of the British Council and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs are among the British officials whose data is now in the public domain.

“For the UNFCCC itself it’s embarrassing,” says Oliver Farnan, security researcher at the Cyber Security Network in Oxford University. “The specific attack that was used [an SQL injection attack] is a well-known vulnerability … To have their entire user database compromised in this way demonstrates a lack of focus on security,” he said.

Farnan also said that the password encryption used by the UNFCCC appeared to be an “old and weak hashing algorithm,” that should have been “phased out”.

However the damage is likely to limited, and mitigated by changing the passwords on any accounts that use similar passwords.

“Although it’s embarrassing, it’s essential to ensure that their users don’t get compromised in follow on attacks,” Farnan said.


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Posted: Mon Dec 07, 2015 17:29
Author: Turtle
Hi everybody ! I hope that you had all a nice week end !? So what's up in the world .. Well, a little something interesting here regarding a new project, but I let you read.. A few pics and a few trailers. So here we go :

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Ethan Hawke will appear in Luc Besson's Valerian

In his continuing quest to populate the universe of his sprawling new sci-fi epic Valerian, Luc Besson is sticking to the idea that it’ll be filled with interesting actors, not necessarily the biggest stars. He’s just added Ethan Hawke to the list.

Originally created by writer Pierre Christian and artist Jean-Claude Mezieres in 1967, the series of graphic novels charts the adventures of the titular time-travelling agent (Dane DeHaan) and his female sidekick, Laureline (Cara Delevingne). Clive Owen is also aboard, playing a man named Commander Arün Filitt, with Hawke joining Rihanna in the category of “in the cast, but no character details yet.”

With a current full title of Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets, this promises to be the biggest project Besson has tackled since The Fifth Element, with visions of a futuristic world that blends that film with Star Wars and Blade Runner, populated with all manner of weird creatures and just five human characters. He’s spending $180 million to bring it to life, has effects houses Weta Digital, Industrial Light & Magic and Rodeo FX standing ready, and has been clearing space at his studio in Paris because he needs all available soundstages. The director is eyeing a January start and a July 2017 release for the film.

Hawke, last seen in psychodrama Regression, has Westerns In A Valley Of Violence and The Magnificent Seven due next year, with the latter arriving on September 23.

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Carlisle, England. Rescue teams continue to evacuate people from their homes after Storm Desmond caused flooding in Carlisle. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell

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Indigenous people paddle down the Seine as others stand on a bridge holding banners during a rally in Paris demanding Indigenous rights are included in the climate accord on December 6, 2015 on the sidelines of the COP21 climate change conference. Lionel Bonaventure.

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Papeete, French Polynesia. Racers compete in a 45km standing paddle race, part of the Bora Bora Ironmana Liquid Festival. Photograph: Gregory Boissy

















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Posted: Tue Dec 08, 2015 18:08
Author: Turtle
Hi everybody ! So what's up in the world today um? Well, it's going to be a short post in fact, because I didn't find something that different from the news that you read or heard everywhere .. so I post this unusual story instead which amazed me, plus a few pics, one new trailer and some movie clips. So let's go !

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Florida burglary suspect eaten by alligator after fleeing police
Autopsy finds Matthew Riggins drowned last month after alligator attack. Suspect apparently entered lake to hide from police chasing him.

A 22-year-old man suspected of burglarizing homes in Florida was killed and partially eaten by an 11ft (3.4-meter) alligator after he waded into a lake, apparently to avoid detection by law enforcement officers pursuing him, police said on Tuesday.

An autopsy on the man, Matthew Riggins of Palm Bay, determined that he drowned in November after an apparent alligator attack. A necropsy on the alligator revealed parts of the man’s body in the reptile’s stomach, according to a report released this week by the Brevard County sheriff’s office.

Sheriff’s deputies chased Riggins and another suspect with dogs and a helicopter on 13 November, after residents in the Barefoot Bay community reported two men walking behind houses, authorities said.

No suspects were caught that night. Riggins was reported missing by his family when he did not return home, according to the sheriff’s report. His body was found 10 days later floating in a lake, with an aggressive gator standing guard, sheriff’s major Tod Goodyear said.

“I believe he was hiding,” Goodyear said of how Riggins ended up in the lake. “With the dogs out there, it’s not a bad idea to go into the water.”

Goodyear said Riggins had told his girlfriend by telephone that he would be burglarizing homes the evening of 13 November and later told her he was being chased by deputies.

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Bogotá, Colombia
A child lights candles at the Simón Bolívar park to mark the start of Christmas festivities
. Photograph: John Vizcaino.

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Jilin province, China
Two students create a huge snow portrait of Marilyn Monroe
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Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 12:54
Author: ModeratorET lover
Hi Thalestris, thank you for the movie clips especially Legend, well you know i just adore Tom Hardy and really can't wait to see his movie. One i am told is very very good indeed. But he is a brilliant actor and has proved himself to be one among the top actors.

Wish you a wonderful Wednesday :)
Thalestris avatar
Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2015 17:43
Author: Turtle
ange1 wrote:
Hi Thalestris, thank you for the movie clips especially Legend, well you know i just adore Tom Hardy and really can't wait to see his movie. One i am told is very very good indeed. But he is a brilliant actor and has proved himself to be one among the top actors.

Wish you a wonderful Wednesday :)

Ha ha ha, Hi ange, I knew it, that you would be happy ha ha .. Well, I'm really glad to hear that you've enjoyed watching that movie clip, but I must admit that I find him irresistible as well .. 8dOmi6C.gif

and hi everybody !! Today I have some fresh news for a change so I think that you should be happy too.. so let's go !

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Me Tarzan, you JPEG: first images from The Legend Of Tarzan.

It’s fair to say that things have been awfully quiet around Warner Bros. and Harry Potter director David Yates' new Tarzan film. Not so much as a yodeling jungle cry typical of its hero has been heard, but now we have our first look at what has been titled The Legend Of Tarzan via USA Today.

Alexander Skarsgard stars(gard) as the muscle-bound Edgar Rice Burroughs hero, with Margot Robbie as Jane, but all involved are promising that this is a very different approach to the character that has graced multiple films, TV series and books. In Yates’ movie, Lord Greystoke, AKA John Clayton III, hasn’t lived in the jungle for a decade and is well established as an English gentleman, married to Jane in Victorian London.

But then he’s called upon by the authorities to return and help with a nasty threat to the local wildlife and society from Belgian baddie Captain Leon Rom, (Christoph Waltz, who is almost certainly not Blofeld this time). “It’s almost the opposite of the classic tale, where it’s about taming the beast,” says Skarsgard. “This is about a man who’s holding back and slowly as you peel off the layers, he reverts back to a more animalistic state and lets that side of his personality out.”

He’ll get some help from Jane – who we’re as usual assured is not a passive heroine – Samuel L. Jackson as real-life historical figure George Washington Williams and Djimon Hounsou as Chief Mbonga. But the onus is on Skarsgard, who despite seemingly being in shape already, had to get seriously lean and ripped for the role. “I basically didn’t see my family or my friends,” he remarks of the training regime, though it “was definitely worth getting up at 4:30 in the morning.” And he was put through his paces by choreographer Wayne McGregor, who worked with him to come up with both his upper class posture and the wild side that comes out when he heads back to the Congo. “He works mostly with the best contemporary ballet dancers in the world, so it was quite unusual for him to work with somebody like me who can’t touch their toes,” says Skarsgard.

We’d be shocked – shocked! – if this didn’t mean the trailer was on its way, but as for the movie, that will be out in the UK on July 8.

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Delhi, India
Tribal artists and supporters from the southern Indian state of Karnataka dance outside the residence of Congress party president, Sonia Gandhi, during her birthday celebrations.
Photograph: Altaf Qadri

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Rome, Italy
People gather to watch images projected on the facade of St Peter’s Basilica during a display about the natural world.
Photograph: Rex

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A red-crowned crane - which can grow to 1.6 metres (5ft 3in) tall, with a wingspan of up to 2.5 metres - and white-tailed eagle fight at the Akan International Crane Centre, after the eagle tried to steal a fish from the crane. Ciming Mei, Kushiro, Japan.

The BFG: the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's film starring Mark Rylance:









Wishing you all a great Wednesday and good luck for tomorrow !! ZFsLdui.gif

dazpicable avatar
Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 11:51
Author: Site FriendET junkieET loverSunTurtle
Thalestris wrote:
ange1 wrote:
Hi Thalestris, thank you for the movie clips especially Legend, well you know i just adore Tom Hardy and really can't wait to see his movie. One i am told is very very good indeed. But he is a brilliant actor and has proved himself to be one among the top actors.

Wish you a wonderful Wednesday :)

Ha ha ha, Hi ange, I knew it, that you would be happy ha ha .. Well, I'm really glad to hear that you've enjoyed watching that movie clip, but I must admit that I find him irresistible as well .. 8dOmi6C.gif

and hi everybody !! Today I have some fresh news for a change so I think that you should be happy too.. so let's go !

QNPYYpLl.jpg

Me Tarzan, you JPEG: first images from The Legend Of Tarzan.

It’s fair to say that things have been awfully quiet around Warner Bros. and Harry Potter director David Yates' new Tarzan film. Not so much as a yodeling jungle cry typical of its hero has been heard, but now we have our first look at what has been titled The Legend Of Tarzan via USA Today.

Alexander Skarsgard stars(gard) as the muscle-bound Edgar Rice Burroughs hero, with Margot Robbie as Jane, but all involved are promising that this is a very different approach to the character that has graced multiple films, TV series and books. In Yates’ movie, Lord Greystoke, AKA John Clayton III, hasn’t lived in the jungle for a decade and is well established as an English gentleman, married to Jane in Victorian London.

But then he’s called upon by the authorities to return and help with a nasty threat to the local wildlife and society from Belgian baddie Captain Leon Rom, (Christoph Waltz, who is almost certainly not Blofeld this time). “It’s almost the opposite of the classic tale, where it’s about taming the beast,” says Skarsgard. “This is about a man who’s holding back and slowly as you peel off the layers, he reverts back to a more animalistic state and lets that side of his personality out.”

He’ll get some help from Jane – who we’re as usual assured is not a passive heroine – Samuel L. Jackson as real-life historical figure George Washington Williams and Djimon Hounsou as Chief Mbonga. But the onus is on Skarsgard, who despite seemingly being in shape already, had to get seriously lean and ripped for the role. “I basically didn’t see my family or my friends,” he remarks of the training regime, though it “was definitely worth getting up at 4:30 in the morning.” And he was put through his paces by choreographer Wayne McGregor, who worked with him to come up with both his upper class posture and the wild side that comes out when he heads back to the Congo. “He works mostly with the best contemporary ballet dancers in the world, so it was quite unusual for him to work with somebody like me who can’t touch their toes,” says Skarsgard.

We’d be shocked – shocked! – if this didn’t mean the trailer was on its way, but as for the movie, that will be out in the UK on July 8.

gvjkNWOl.jpg

Delhi, India
Tribal artists and supporters from the southern Indian state of Karnataka dance outside the residence of Congress party president, Sonia Gandhi, during her birthday celebrations.
Photograph: Altaf Qadri

wK0DfU6l.jpg

Rome, Italy
People gather to watch images projected on the facade of St Peter’s Basilica during a display about the natural world.
Photograph: Rex

zCEOo5Pl.jpg

A red-crowned crane - which can grow to 1.6 metres (5ft 3in) tall, with a wingspan of up to 2.5 metres - and white-tailed eagle fight at the Akan International Crane Centre, after the eagle tried to steal a fish from the crane. Ciming Mei, Kushiro, Japan.

The BFG: the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's film starring Mark Rylance:









Wishing you all a great Wednesday and good luck for tomorrow !! ZFsLdui.gif
Christoph Waltz,the first time i can remember him was from the film Inglorious basterds and what a part he played in that,then Django came along great actor.New Tarzan film, well i know one person who will be very pleased Alexander is in it thanks for the heads up Thalestris.
Thalestris avatar
Posted: Thu Dec 10, 2015 17:39
Author: Turtle
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Christoph Waltz,the first time i can remember him was from the film Inglorious basterds and what a part he played in that,then Django came along great actor.New Tarzan film, well i know one person who will be very pleased Alexander is in it thanks for the heads up Thalestris. [/quote]

Hi Daz, well just like that one person who is going to be pleased 8dOmi6C.gif I'm looking forward to seeing that movie too ha ha ! But I was pretty sure that I was going to miss that teaser .. That nasty time difference again has tricked me.. So I post the teaser today but you have all seen it by now ... And it's going to be a long post as well.. The Golden Globes Nominations .. Um, some good surprises , some joy and some disappointment as usual.. No pic today I'm afraid, it would be just too long.. Tomorrow hopefully. So let's go.

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Chloe Grace Moretz, left, and Angela Bassett during nominations for the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards
Photograph: Chris Pizzello.

Golden Globes nominations 2016: the full list
Here’s the full list of nominees for the first major awards show of the season.

Film
Best motion picture – drama


Carol
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Revenant
Room
Spotlight

Best performance by an actor in a motion picture – drama

Bryan Cranston, Trumbo
Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant
Michael Fassbender, Steve Jobs
Eddie Redmayne, The Danish Girl
Will Smith, Concussion

Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – drama

Cate Blanchett, Carol
Brie Larson, Room
Rooney Mara, Carol
Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn
Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl

Best motion picture – comedy or musical

The Big Short
Joy
The Martian
Spy
Trainwreck

Best performance by an actor in a motion picture – comedy or musical

Christian Bale, The Big Short
Steve Carell, The Big Short
Matt Damon, The Martian
Al Pacino, Danny Collins
Mark Ruffalo, Infinitely Polar Bear

Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – musical or comedy

Jennifer Lawrence, Joy
Amy Schumer, Trainwreck
Melissa McCarthy, Spy
Maggie Smith, The Lady in the Van
Lily Tomlin, Grandma

Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture

Jane Fonda, Youth
Jennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful Eight
Helen Mirren, Trumbo
Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina
Kate Winslet, Steve Jobs

Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture

Paul Dano, Love & Mercy
Idris Elba, Beast of No Nation
Mark Rylance, The Bridge of Spies
Michael Shannon, 99 Homes
Sylvester Stallone, Creed

Best director

Todd Haynes, Carol
Alejandro González Iñárritu, The Revenant
Tom McCarthy, Spotlight
George Miller, Mad Max: Fury Road
Ridley Scott, The Martian

Best screenplay

Room
Spotlight
The Big Short
Steve Jobs
The Hateful Eight

Best foreign language film

The Brand New Testament
The Club
The Fencer
Mustang
Son of Saul

Best animated feature film

Anomalisa
Inside Out
Shaun the Sheep Movie
The Good Dinosaur
Snoopy and Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie

Best original song

Love Me Like You Do, Fifty Shades of Grey
One Kind of Love, Love & Mercy
See You Again, Fast and Furious 7
Simple Sound #3, Youth
Writing’s on the Wall, Spectre

Best original score

Carol
The Danish Girl
Inside Out
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Revenant

Television
Best television series – drama


Empire
Game of Thrones
Mr Robot
Narcos
Outlander

Best performance by an actor in a television series – drama

Liev Schreiber, Ray Donovan
Wagner Moura, Narcos
Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul
Rami Malek, Mr Robot
Jon Hamm, Mad Men

Best television series – comedy

Casual
Mozart in the Jungle
Orange Is the New Black
Silicon Valley
Transparent
Veep

Best performance by an actor in a television series - musical or comedy

Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent
Aziz Ansari, Master of None
Rob Lowe, The Grinder
Will Forte, Last Man on Earth
Patrick Stewart, Blunt Talk

Best performance by an actress in a television series - musical or comedy

Rachel Bloom, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Jamie Lee Curtis, Scream Queens
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin
Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie

Best performance by an actress in a television series – drama

Viola Davis, How to Get Away with Murder
Caitriona Balfe, Outlander
Eva Green, Penny Dreadful
Taraji P Henson, Empire
Robin Wright, House of Cards

Best performance by an actress in a miniseries or motion picture made for television

Lady Gaga, American Horror Story: Hotel
Sarah Hay,
Felicity Huffman,
Kirsten Dunst,
Queen Latifah, Bessie

Best performance by an actor in a miniseries or motion picture made for television

Idris Elba, Luther
Oscar Isaac, Show Me a Hero
David Oyelowo, Nightingale
Mark Rylance, Wolf Hall
Patrick Wilson, Fargo

Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television

Uzo Aduba, Orange is the New Black
Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey
Regina King, American Crime
Judith Light, Transparent
Maura Tierney, The Affair

Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television

Alan Cumming, The Good Wife
Damian Lewis, Wolf Hall
Ben Mendelsohn, Bloodlines
Tobias Menzies, Outlander
Christian Slater, Mr Robot

Best miniseries or motion picture made for television

American Crime
American Horror Story: Hotel
Fargo
Flesh and Bone
Wolf Hall









And oh my "Crimson Peak" has arrived on ET... Hurray !! VpOh6ca.gif Wishing you a wonderful Thursday and good luck for tomorrow ! 8dOmi6C.gif



ange1 avatar
Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2015 11:46
Author: ModeratorET lover
Thank you Thalestris for posting the Tarzan Pic i am really looking forward to the movie :) and daz i totally agree with you Alexander Skarsgård is a brilliant actor and so is his father Stellan Skarsgård

Trailer looks very impressive :)







Wish you all a wonderful Friday
Thalestris avatar
Posted: Fri Dec 11, 2015 17:42
Author: Turtle
Hi ange, yes I agree with you both, the Skarsgard's family is really something.. And what's up in the world today um? Well to be honest, I had nothing interesting to post and at the last minute, I found this one .. Some of you have probably seen the movie recently ,so you should enjoy it. I've added a few pics and 3 trailers. This will be my last post for this week and I should be back on Monday, except if I get awfully disgusted and pissed off by the results after the French regional elections on Sunday ....I hope not. There is so much hate in this world at the moment, it's so sad really ! Why can't we live together um ?

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That’s me in the picture: Marcus Winslow plays with his cousin, James Dean, at home in Fairmount, Indiana, 1955
Jimmy was like my older brother. He was a normal kid. He was kind and playful. No one ever dreamed he’d be a star.


Jimmy had lived with our family for as long as I can remember; he was nine when he moved in after his mother died. I was born three years later, so he was more like an older brother. He called my mother, his father’s sister, “mom”. My grandfather built the farmhouse in this picture, in Fairmount, Indiana, in 1904, and I still live here.

He was a normal kid. He’d play with me, setting up electric trains on the floor, or put me on his motorbike and drive to an ice-cream parlour, with me sitting in front, holding on to the handlebars. He bought me this toy racing car. He was kind and playful; we were very close, and he called me Markie. “Jimmy” was a very different person to “James Dean” – not a rebel, but warm, caring and good at anything to do with the arts. But no one dreamed he’d be a star.

He left home at 17 for California. Once his acting career started, first there and then in New York, he would send us postcards, telling us when he was going to be on TV; he did a lot of TV shows early on. He was also an artist: he sketched, took photographs, painted oils and watercolours, and was working on a sculpture of himself when he died. His father wanted him to be an attorney.

This photograph is one of a series taken by Dennis Stock in February 1955, for Life magazine; he shot Jimmy in New York, in Hollywood, and back home in Fairmount. My dad picked him and Dennis up from the railroad station one evening and Mum cooked us a big dinner. I was 11. To me, he was the same old Jimmy, but my dad thought he seemed a bit nervous. When we said goodbye, he said he’d be back in a couple of weeks. It was the last time I saw him.

I was staying with my older sister when I heard about his death in September. My parents weren’t home: they had driven to California to see him. Jimmy’s dad called my sister to tell her. My parents found out when they got back. It was such a terrible shock. His funeral, at the Quaker Church, was the biggest Fairmount has ever had. His death changed our lives.

Today, I manage Jimmy’s legacy. I take the responsibility seriously – I try to make sure anything that’s done is in good taste. It was the 60th anniversary of his death a few months ago; it’s hard to believe he’s been gone that long.

He still has such a huge following. I think people relate to his personal life, losing his mother at such a young age. East Of Eden and Rebel Without A Cause were both movies about teens in conflict with their families, and a lot of people have had similar experiences.


Of all the photographs of Jimmy, Dennis’s pictures are how most people remember him. Without them, I don’t think I would remember much of the time he lived with us. They appeared in Life in March 1955, just a few days before East Of Eden was released. He’s very photogenic – I’ve never seen a bad picture of him. In this picture, I was having so much fun, and so was he.

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Kimbulapitiya, Sri Lanka. A worker’s hand is covered with gunpowder at a fireworks factory. Photograph: Sanka Gayashan.

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Mesa Verde national park, US. Spruce Tree House, the best preserved of the Colorado park’s Native American cliff dwellings, is illuminated by hundreds of small paper lanterns. Photograph: Zuma Wire

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Changchun, China. Giant panda Meng Meng plays on a tree at a Siberian tiger-breeding base.Photograph: Xu Chang.









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