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Paul Anderson one-arm presses 300 pounds (a record in his time)
7 Sep 2009
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paul anderson squats two 55 gallon concrete barrels
7 Sep 2009
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HitFix Director Paul Anderson explains how this movie is the beginning of the end from the 'Resident Evil' legacy. Anderson also talks about the return of Michelle Rodriguez.
29 Mar 2012
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The world's real strongest man triumphed in the Melbourne Olympics and the 1955 AAU world championship in the Soviet Union, winning the heavyweight gold medal in each.
20 May 2009
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Meu sobrinho! Que Goal
15 Jan 2009
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Making Of du film Mortal Kombat en VF avec Christophe Lambert et Robin Shou. Un film de Paul Anderson. Site Web Foxy's : *******foxys.perso.cegetel**** Forum français sur Christophe Lambert : ***********
2 Dec 2011
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Ridley Scott is asked for his opinion on Alien vs Predator at Comic Con 2007...
8 Mar 2010
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Death Race is a 2008 science-fiction-action film produced, written and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson and starring Jason Statham. Though referred to as a remake of the 1975 film Death Race 2000 (based on Ib Melchior's short story "The Racer") in reviews and marketing materials, director Paul W.S. Anderson stated in an interview and the DVD commentary that he thought of the film as a prequel. A remake had been in development since 2002, though production was delayed by disapproval of early screenplays then placed in turnaround following a dispute between Paramount Pictures and the producer duo Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner. Death Race was acquired by Universal Studios, and Anderson re-joined the project to write and direct. Filming began in Montreal in August 2007, and the completed project was released on August 22, 2008. The film received generally negative reviews from critics, but was a commercial success, making $75,677,515 worldwide. A direct-to-DVD prequel to the film, Death Race: Frankenstein Lives, is in production.
9 May 2012
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Here are some bloopers in the recent movie, Resident Evil 4: Afterlife. Some of these mistakes look pretty painful, especially when Alice falls over in the beggining, it was funny when she drinks her tea or coffee when she is flying the areoplane, and when she shoots her gun at the axeman, and Milla and Ali are just standing there with there mouths open for ages! Outtakes / Bloopers from Resident Evil: Afterlife the fourth and latest installment in the Sci-Fi Action series. This will be available for viewing on the DVD Release. Please enjoy this in high resolution ;D
8 Jun 2012
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From the movie Passion - A young businesswoman plots a murderous revenge after her boss and mentor steals her idea.
7 Sep 2012
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Paul Anderson scores in the friendly against Wrexham, 15th July 2006
15 Jan 2009
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Paul Anderson opens the scoring
15 Jan 2009
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Fanmade Trailer for the upcoming 4th installment in the Resident Evil movie franchise. For latest RE4 updates, as well as an awesome upcoming fanmade online game, visit here: www.residentevilmoviefans.weebly**** The most successful videogame-inspired movie franchise is set to film its third sequel late this year - Milla Jovovich is back as Alice, Ali Larter is back as Claire, Wentworth Miller joins as Chris, Spencer Locke is back as K-Mart, Boris Kodjoe joins as Luther, Shawn Roberts plays new Wesker, and Sienna Guillory is finally coming back as Jill Valentine (yes, confirmed). Paul Anderson (Resident Evil 1) set to direct latest movie. In theaters September 10, 2010
8 Mar 2010
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Amazing Fiona Apple's cover of the song originally by the Beatles. She did her own version. Modern. And fucking good. The video was directed by Thomas Paul Anderson and the song debuted on the Pleasantville soundtrack. Lyrics: Words are flowing out like endless rain into a paper cup, They slither while they pass they slip away across the universe Pools of sorrow, waves of joy are drifting through my opened mind, Possessing and caressing me Jai guru de va om Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Images of broken light which dance before me like a million eyes, They call me on and on across the universe, Thoughts meander like a restless wind inside a letter box they Tumble blindly as they make their way Across the universe Jai guru deva om Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Sounds of laughter, shades of earth are ringing Through my open ears inciting and inviting me Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns and calls me on and on Across the universe Jai guru deva om Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Nothing's gonna change my world Jai guru deva
25 Jun 2011
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Download this and other great hits of Jon Schmidt 's on iTunes ***********/us/album/michael-meets-mozart-1-piano/id439663057 Pachelbel Meets U2 ***********/us/artist/jon-schmidt/id5118375 Also you can find Sheet music, mp3s, minus tracks of all his music at *******www.jonschmidt**** Look for Love Story Meets Love Story, ROCKmanioff, Pachelbel Meets U2, All of Me, Waterfall and so much more! After our Taylor Swift Coldplay mash-up, lots of people wanted more song combos. This led us to the creation of a cool hip hop/classical mash-up, but again we could not get permission. Instead of scrapping the great ideas, we used them to create an original tune. You will hear influences and inspiration from other artists. Try and guess them. On the recording, Steven Sharp Nelson laid down over 100 tracks including cello textures never known possible. Every single sound on the video was made using only the instruments shown: piano, cello, mouth percussion and kick drum. We utilized some cool effects on lots of stuff...for example the U2-style delay on Steve's pizzicato at the beginning. The extra string on the electric cellos (the black cello has an extra high string and the white cello has an extra low string) allowed us to cover the full range of the orchestra. The deep bass drum sound is a bump on the body of the cello with a little help from some effects. The shaker sound was created by Steve rubbing rosin on his bow. The record scratch is Steve scratching a quarter on the get the idea. Special SPECIAL thanks to Paul Anderson and Tel Stewart "The Piano Guys" who put as much of themselves into the video as we did and without whom the video would never have happened. (please "Like" them on facebook, they are awesome!!!) *******www.facebook****/PianoGuys Thank you, Jon Schmidt Websites to check out! The Piano Guys Website: *******www.ThePianoGuys**** Facebook: *******www.Facebook****/PianoGuys Jon Schmidt Website: *******www.jonschmidt**** Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pages/Jon-Schmidt/83385750143 Steven Sharp Nelson Website: *******www.stevensharpnelson**** Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pages/Steven-Sharp-Nelson/149824571701550?sk=wall Devin Graham YouTube: ***********/user/devinsupertramp Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pages/Devin-Super-Tramp/165050690179330 This video was filmed at The Muse in Provo, Utah. *******musemusiccafe**** Video Production Crew Producer Paul Anderson Director & Director of Photography Devin Graham Editor & Special Effects Tel Stewart Behind the Scenes Video Shaye Scott Gaffer David Thorpe Piano Movers Jeremy Crawford & Frank Nelson (They are the only guys I trust to move this piano)
29 Jun 2011
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Download this song from iTunes here: ***********/us/album/the-cello-song/id438674588?i=438674608&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 Download off Amazon here: ***********/The-Cello-Song/dp/B00524W28C/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308581263&sr=8-1 Sheet music and minus track available at: www.stevensharpnelson**** You can follow Steve on Facebook here: *******www.facebook****/StevenSharpNelsonMusic Also make sure to go and "like" The Piano Guys on Facebook at: *******www.facebook****/PianoGuys Bow Cam: Thanks to the GoPro camera we were able to get this shot, you can check them out here.. *******www.GoPro**** Be sure to watch for the bow throw around 2:35! Every sound you hear was created by Steve playing his acoustic cellos (with one exception -- a subtle "hi-hat" noise made by his voice). The Cello Song is based on one of the most recognizable classical pieces ever written, J.S. Bach's Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude. (Hint: Say Bach's title with an English accent and it sounds a lot better). It's been featured in a lot of movies (and car commercials)...Steven Sharp Nelson decided that this piece needed some accompaniment (Bach must have been busy and never got around to it? :) Adding some original material and 7 more cello parts stacked on top of each other, Steve has created a cool new sound that embellishes all the features that have made Bach's work so popular. The 7 new parts include drawn-out melodies which soar above fast arpeggios, strumming chords from a guitar-like part, shaker sounds (accomplished by rubbing the sides of the cello), tremolo (1:08-1:24), and a cello-banging percussion part (complete with kick drum). "Bach was an amazing composer -- one of the best that ever lived. He wasn't the greatest with titles though (smile)... As a consequence, no one can ever remember his Cello Suite's when I'm asked to perform his piece people always say, 'hey, can you play that ... um ... that cello song?' And so in Bach's honor I name this adaptation of his amazing composition after what it has been naturally called for hundreds of years. Thanks for listening!" -Steven Sharp Nelson You may know Steve from his work with the amazing Pianist Jon Schmidt on tunes such as "Michael Meets Mozart" and "Love Story Meets Viva La Vida." Please check out those videos and visit Jon Schmidt's site: www.jonschmidt**** If you like this video SUBSCRIBE to THE PIANO GUYS -- without them this video would have remained a dream. They are super talented and super cool guys. THANK YOU PIANO GUYS! CREDITS: The Cello Song Arrangement & Original Material by Steven Sharp Nelson Performed by Steven Sharp Nelson (and seven of his clones) Based on J.S. Bach's Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1: Prelude Produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson Recorded by Al van der Beek at ToyVan Media Studio Catering provided by Francois Video Produced by Paul Anderson & Tel Stewart of The Piano Guys
4 Jul 2011
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