In Mr. Trump two previous campaign style rallies since inauguration, which are put on by his 2020 election committee, Trump barely mentioned health care. This time, his 40 minute remarks more fully explored the subject. Yes, like any other person who owned a TV circa 1983, I can hum the theme song, but beyond that, I was never able to muster up much fondness for the show’s military bent, where four Vietnam vets on the lam relied on choppers, jeeps and a whole lot of explosions and machine gun fire in their efforts to exact justice on behalf of their well paying (often good looking) female clients. “I ain’t getting’ on no plane!”). Today, as rumours start flying about the potential casting of the A Team movie.
United fell to 0 1 1 and was eliminated from winning Group B and advancing to Friday’s title game. Vasco (2 0) needs only a tie against Mexico City’s Necaxa on Tuesday to advance. Men’s national team qualified for the Sydney Olympics with a 25 20, 30 28, 25 21 victory over Canada at the Continental Cup in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Though the Arcade Fire were rumoured to be working on The Box about a year and a half ago, founder Win Butler was cagey about confirming their participation in the project. From the sounds of it, the film’s director worked very hard to court the lauded Montreal based band. As Kelly explains in an interesting entry on MTV’s movie blog, the original spark for their eventual collaboration was planted after he saw the Arcade Fire’s performance at the Hollywood Bowl back in 2007..
Continue reading this postFABLE FIGHT: Mirror Mirror vs. Wrath of the TitansIt’s a box office battle of mythic proportions this weekend as remixed fables and fairy tales go head to head. In one corner, Mirror Mirror, a snarky retelling of the Snow White fairy tale.
All times are ET. Disclaimer. Morningstar: 2018 Morningstar, Inc. The late singer plays the mother of Jordin Sparks, an aspiring singer in the 1960s who rises with a girl group similar to the Supremes. Sparkle will be released in August. Continue reading this postFABLE FIGHT: Mirror Mirror vs.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileAfter a week of staring at nothing but images of Michael Jackson’s ever morphing visage, it’s refreshing to finally come across an item about a celebrity who believes in keeping it natural.In an upcoming interview for the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, Academy Award winning actress Rachel Weisz reportedly speaks out against Botox, stating: “It should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen.”And if that isn’t impressive enough, Weisz proceeds to offer up the most lucid argument I’ve heard yet about why the anti wrinkle injections are a real liability for performers, explaining: “Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?”Coincidentally, Weisz’s remarks are making the rounds just a few weeks after the still stunning 51 year old actress Michelle Pfeiffer offered up her own very funny comments about plastic surgery while promoting her latest film, Cheri.I, for one, am hoping more actors follow suit and start allowing themselves to age gracefully, but given that the movie business thrives on appearances (and insecurity about appearances), I’m not holding my breath.What say you, readers? Would you be in favour of seeing movies that feature actors with frown lines, wrinkles and, dare I say it, foreheads that actually move?Posted: 2009/07/09 at 12:05 AMJamie Lee Curtis was brave enough to really bare it all and I certainly applaud her and all those that follow suit.Posted: 2009/07/09 at 1:16 PMI think Rachel’s opinion on the topic is brave and I applaud her. Most women in the business that use botox only think they need it. I’m not sure whether it’s submission to insecurity over getting older or pressure in Hollywood but they are usually very beautiful women that don’t need altering.I think to age gracefully is much more realistic and adds to the character in the films.