Oscar-winner Sam Mendes has confirmed he will direct the next James Bond film, following the critical and commercial success of his first 007 instalment Skyfall. Daniel Craig is contracted to make two more movies as the British spy, with producer Barbara Broccoli telling Fairfax she hopes it is more
For fans of the boy wizard, this could be the most coveted copy of all the Harry Potter books in the world.
The Hollywood image of Tonto once had the Lone Ranger’s sidekick wearing a thin headband and lots of dangling fringes. The latest Disney version has a shirtless Johnny Depp adorned with feathers, a face painted white with black stripes, and a stuffed crow on his head
She’s smoking hot in a white bikini on the June cover of Shape magazine, but just last month Britney Spears was snapped with a thigh full of cellulite. World media are speculating that the latest cover photo has highlighted the power of the airbrushing pen.
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British director Sam Mendes will not direct the next James Bond movie, despite impressing critics and breaking box office records with Skyfall, the 23rd movie in the spy series. Speaking to Empire magazine, the Oscar-winning filmmaker said he would be focusing on his theatre projects for the foreseeable future.
This one is for all those of you who cannot resist a deliciously blended scoop of cold delight. The Frozen Haute Chocolate, (right) made by New York City eatery, Serendipity 3 and priced at a mind-blowing $25,000 has claimed a spot in the Guiness World Records as The World’s Most Expensive Dessert. Made from a blend of 28 cocoas from across […]
Good news,Coffee Lovers: Researchers have found the more coffee you drink, the more you may be protecting yourself against skin cancer. According to a new report published in the journal Cancer Research, drinking more caffeinated coffee may decrease your chances of developing the most common form of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma,. Researchers […]
In 1960 chocolate-skinned Robert Sobukwe, 38, head of the black nationalist Pan-African Congress, was sentenced to three years in jail for “incitement to riot.” As his release date drew near last week, Sobukwe, a slim onetime university lecturer, was hustled from the maximum-security prison in Pretoria to a bleak detention camp on Robben Island in Table Bay, six miles from Cape Town. There he learned, just the day before he was to receive freedom, that South Africa's Parliament had rammed through a new security act empowering Justice Minister Johannes Vorster to keep political prisoners in custody indefinitely, even after their sentences have expired
When the health department in Columbia, Missouri nixed a new flavor of ice cream laced with cicadas in early June from a local shop’s menu board, it wasn’t because it’s actually illegal to serve the winged insects in food to the public.