Yet ANOTHER new song from the already-incredible soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 and Beyond!
Check out the hauntingly beautiful Just A Game, from the immensely talented 15-year-old Birdy…AFTER THE JUMP!
We can’t believe the level of depth and restraint this girl’s music possesses – and of course, it matches the tone of the story exactly!
Another perfect addition! And a MUST-LISTEN!
Keep it up, missy! We are beyond impressed!
Actress Jessica Alba and Sarah Jessica Parker along with action star Brendan Fraser are making a blockbuster Animated film called “Escape From Earth!” Sounds like a lot of fun with this cast~whoo_hoo!
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Turns out, Jim Carrey isn’t the only one who loves Emma Stone.
For the second consecutive week, The Help earned the top spot at the box office, taking home .3 million during a light few days marred by some kind of natural disaster on the east coast.
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Elsewhere across Hollywood, Katie Holmes disappointed, while Paul Rudd goofed his way into the top five:
- The Help: .3 million
- Colombiana: .3 million
- Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark: .7 million
- Rise of the Planet of the Apes: .65 million
- Our Idiot Brother: .6 million
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By Brian SteinbergAdvertising AgeThursday night — long a ratings smorgasbord and one of the best ways to reach consumers thinking about their weekends — may be yesterday’s news.A survey of ad buyers’ predictions of broadcast shows’ commercial ratings this fall suggests Sunday will, as usual, be the night that offers the most viewership for advertisements. This year, however, it will be followed by Wednesday evening, not Thursday as has often been the case.The survey, conducted annually by Advertising Age, gauges the number of viewers who actually watch commercials during a program instead of changing channels or fast forwarding. Viewers who watch ads live or within three days of airing are included in the ratings, known in the industry as "C3."To be sure, advertisers still value Thursdays, home to mainstays such as ABC’s "Grey’s Anatomy" and CBS’s "The Mentalist." Fox will air the "results" episode of its much-anticipated "The X Factor" on that evening — a sign that Thursdays still bear importance. Even the CW, whose programs are among the lowest rated on broadcast TV, gets a decent boost when it comes to such Thursday-night selections as "Vampire Diaries" and "The Secret Circle."But the power of those programs isn’t enough to offset a decline in commercial ratings for the evening, according to the survey. New Thursday programs such as CBS’s "Person of Interest" and ABC’s "Charlie’s Angels" won’t deliver C3 ratings above the inhabitants of their time slots last season, "My Generation" and "CSI," buyers in the survey predicted.Indeed, CBS’s decision to move "CSI" to Wednesday is one reason that night will contain more commercial ratings this fall, along with better performances projected for ABC’s "Modern Family" and "The Middle." Fox’s decision to replace "Lie to Me" with each week’s first "The X Factor" episode won’t hurt either.Could the projections prompt major marketers to shift more ad weight to Wednesdays? That remains to be seen. For years, Thursday has been used as a promotional platform for Friday-night movie openings and weekend sales at retail outlets. In many marketers’ minds, Thursdays remain the best way to try to influence weekend purchase behavior.But technology may be changing that. With more people using DVRs and video on demand, programs that air on Wednesday nights could get viewed Thursday or Friday instead. The web, meanwhile, has opened new avenues to consumers starting to lean into their weekends — such as online advertising that appears during the workday on Fridays.Thursday’s place in TV’s stratosphere may be in question, but Sunday’s dominance is not in dispute. Filled with NBC’s Sunday-night football broadcast as well as Fox’s block of popular animated shows, the night has carried the day, so to speak, for the last several years — both in terms of commercial ratings and as the most expensive night for advertisers, according to Advertising Age research.Mid-season entries could change the picture for Thursdays. In the spring, Thursday night will feature the "results" show for "American Idol."
In the end of 2010 through the early days of 2011 there so many rumors about death of celebrities which spreads in the internet. And this time it is troubled actor Charlie Sheen’s turn, who reportedly died in a snowboarding accident.
So, how does the actor react on the news of his death spreading throughout this week? “When I heard the news of my death yesterday, I quickly ran to my computer and checked my show ratings. Strangely, it only rose slightly,” he joked.
When this news spread, Charlie did panic, worried about the reaction from his closest people, including his mother. “You can imagine how glad i felt when finally I knew what they really meant is my death, that I could survive. I immediately called my mom,”said Charlie.
His ex-wife, Denise Richards, also posted in her Twitter account to state that her former husband is still alive. Previously, some celebrities are also reportedly dead, including Adam Sandler and Owen Wilson.