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Aprenda palavrões em inglês no www.leader****.br - Belly dance (Arabic: رقص شرقي) is a Western term for a traditional Arab dance form. Some American devotees refer to it simply as "Middle Eastern Dance." In the Arabic language it is known as raqs sharqi (رقص شرقي; literally "oriental dance") or sometimes raqs baladi (رقص بلدي; literally "dance of country", and so "national" or "folk" dance). The term "raqs sharqi" may have originated in Egypt. In Greece and the Balkans, belly dance is called tsiftetelli (τσιφτετέλι), çiftetelli in Turkish. The term "belly dance" is a creation of Orientalism, first used in English in 1899, and translating in French to "danse du ventre."Native to North Africa and Asia, belly dancing (Arabic:raqs al sharqiرقص شرقي) is based on one of the oldest social dances in world history. Support for this theory stems from similarities between poses from the modern dance form and those depicted in ancient Egyptian art.
There are two forms of belly dancing. The first is called raqs baladi, a social dance performed for fun and celebration by men and women of all ages, usually during festive occasions such as weddings and other social gatherings. The second form, the more theatrical version and the one most popular in America today, is called raqs sharqi. Like raqs baladi, raqs sharqi is performed by both male and female dancers.
In regions where belly dancing is native, boys and girls learn it informally from an early age by observing and imitating their elders during family/community celebrations and gatherings with friends. Today, these ancient dance forms are taught in classes throughout the world where skilled dancers/teachers share the knowledge that has been passed down to them.The term "belly dancing" (which is believed by some to be a mis-transliteration of the term for the dance style Beledi or Baladi, though it is also a literal translation of the term "danse du ventre" used by the French Orientalists) is generally credited to Sol Bloom, entertainment director of the 1893 World's Fair, the World Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Although there were dancers of this type present at the 1876 Centennial in Philadelphia, it was not until the 1893 fair that it gained national attention. There were authentic dancers from several Middle Eastern and North African countries, including Syria, Turkey and Algeria, but it was the dancers in the Egyptian Theater of The Street in Cairo exhibit who gained the most notoriety. The rapid hip movements and the fact that the dancers were uncorseted, was considered shocking to the Victorian sensibilities of the day. In fact, there were attempts by many, most notably Anthony Comstock, head of the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, to have the Egyptian theater closed.Belly dancing has been banned or restricted in some jurisdictions. In Egypt, there was a ban on foreign belly dancers for a year due to the complaint from Egyptian dancers that they were taking away business. The ban was eventually overturned in September 2004.
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EDIT#8: So the Japanese site of Tekken has launched. O_O yeah...
its pretty much wtf from here on out.
American debut is still in the works now.
Japanese debut is in March so stay tuned!!
EDIT #7: Want to see behind the scenes footage of Tekken and its stuntmen? Check out "CastielBell" 's profile for the making of Tekken or search "Tekken Movie Stunt Stars". Enjoy!
EDIT#6: It seems the Tekken Premiere in the US got moved back to March. So in short, the US and Japan premiere may be around the same time. Stay posted!
EDIT#5: It seems the release date for the U.S is closer than we all think. It may premiere as early as February of 2010 if the Independent movie makers of Tekken can find a distributor. (This is unofficial news, as the source is quite shady. Nevertheless, I believe its something worth noting since he was correct on the Japanese premiere and Warner Bros being the distributor. He was also correct on the November private screening of Tekken in Santa Monica.)
Jon Foo as Jin Kazama
Ian Anthony Dale as Kazuya Mishima
Hiroyuki Tagawa as Heihachi Mishima
Kelly Overton as Christie Monteiro
Luke Goss as Steve Fox
Cung Le as Marshall Law
Gary Daniels as Bryan Fury
Candice Hillebrand as Nina Williams
Marian Zapico as Anna Williams
Darrin Dewitt Henson as Raven
Naomi Tomita as Jun Kazama
Gary Ray Stearns as Yoshimitsu
Anton Kasabov as Sergei Dragunov
Roger Huerta as Miguel Caballero Rojo
Mircea Monroe as Kara
All other characters won't be making an appearance sadly.
(Yes, that means no Xiaoyu, Hwoarang, King, Kuma, Panda, Lei Wulong, Paul, etc.)
Xiaoyu and Hwoarang should have been in the movie since the story does have Jin as the main character, but I guess you can't have all characters. It's still a missed opportunity though. Hopefully, if this movie garners enough support (or hate), a sequel may be made with more characters making an appearance.
EDIT #3: The song that begins to play at 1:35 is "You're Going Down" by Sick Puppies.
And Jon Foo (Jin Kazama) is actually half Chinese and half Caucasian. So Tekken isn't going to be like Dragonball Evolution at all with the casting. Just look at the costumes and character resemblance. There's absolutely no comparison.
Tekken never had a solid story. And the story in the games are bad, REALLY bad. So the screenplay isn't going to be exactly like the games' story and not all characters will be present.
And yes, Tekken already had an anime adaptation. The story revolved around the Mishimas and Jun. Look it up on google or Youtube.
EDIT #2: This video is going to be shown in Japan first on March 6, 2010. Depending on how that goes, Tekken may or may not come to the US in theaters.
EDIT: It seems the release date is April 5, 2010. (unofficial)
And yes this is an Indie film, NOT made by Hollywood. This is why we see a lot of characters resembling their video game counterparts. If Hollywood made this movie, we would probably get something closer to Legend of Chunli.
real tekken movie trailer
I did not make this movie.
Tekken belongs to Namco.
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