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The real Spiderman!
22 Feb 2008
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Jesse Heiman, who plays the computer nerd that made out with Bar Refaeli in a Go Daddy Super Bowl commercial, has spoken out about what it was like to suck face with the supermodel.
5 Feb 2013
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Who's the man?!?
5 Dec 2005
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Who is the man behind the mask?
13 Nov 2007
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Who is the man who utters the immortal words, “Sit, Ubu, Sit! Good dog,” at the end of your favorite sit-coms, and how did he come to produce nine television series, including “Family Ties” and “Brooklyn Bridge?” Meet Gary David Goldberg, and visit his web site, *******www.garydavidgoldberg****/.
15 Jul 2008
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SOLOMON: King, Poet & Lover is a raucous rollercoaster of a play, written by Marcus J Freed & Dr Raphael Zarum and originally premiered at Limmud 1999. Who was the man that wrote the Song of Songs, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, and built the first Temple in Jerusalem? Marcus plays the King, 700 wives, 300 concubines, Eunuch and court accountant. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin called it Smart, utterly original and deeply insightful. Performed in over 15 countries, SOLOMON is unmissable. The trailer was filmed and edited by Tom Hood at Spearhead Productions. Marcus J. Freed is a performer, writer and educator who broadcasts for the BBC and tours internationally. *******www.bibliyoga**** *******www.marcusjfreed****
22 Apr 2009
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Kal Kissne Dekha is a forthcoming Indian Bollywood film that stars newcomers Jackky Bhagnani and Vaishali Desai in pivotal roles. The film is directed by Vivek Sharma who was the man behind Bhootnath. Kal Kissne Dekha was originally scheduled for release in April 2009 but was delayed by the Bollywood producers' strike. The movie was supposed to release on May 29 across India but it wasn't possible and actor Aamir Khan suggested Vashu Bhagnani to release it on June 5, 2009. To watch more such exciting trailers visit: www.FindNearYou****
10 Jun 2009
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Fans marched into STCC this past June to witness the Elite Wrestling Riots debut show, Chapter I. What they were greeted with, however, was not just another run of the mill wrestling show. Set up and ready to go was a grand stage and entrance ramp, a boom crane and 5 additional cameras for filming, spot lights, and a live band tuning up for the intermission performance. So who was the man responsible for all of this?
10 Aug 2009
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Fans marched into STCC this past June to witness the Elite Wrestling Riots debut show, Chapter I. What they were greeted with, however, was not just another run of the mill wrestling show. Set up and ready to go was a grand stage and entrance ramp, a boom crane and 5 additional cameras for filming, spot lights, and a live band tuning up for the intermission performance. So who was the man responsible for all of this?
13 Aug 2009
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Guess who is the man behind the mirror ?? watch the video and write comment about his dance....puraney din yaad aagaye !!
24 Jan 2010
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy iPhone, iPad, iPod -- the world has tech mastermind Steve Jobs to thank for these products and more, and the latest news -- Mr. Jobs will be getting a lowercase “i” all his own. “Few corporate titans protect their privacy as much as Apple’s Steve Jobs -- now the company’s co-founder has actually cooperated with a biography due to come out next year. It’s called ‘iSteve: The Book of Jobs’. The book is written, or is being written by former TIME magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson.”(Bloomberg) This isn’t the first time someone has penned Jobs’ life story, but it is the first time Jobs has cooperated with his biographer. And as CNET reports, some who wrote about Jobs without his permission have received a less-than-friendly response. “An unauthorized biography titled ‘iCon: Steve Jobs, The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business’ by Jeffrey Young was published in 2005 by John Wiley & Sons. The publisher promised ‘insider scoops and no-holds-barred style’ but was criticized by Jobs and led to the removal of all Wiley books from Apple stores.” So who’s the man who finally won over Steve Jobs? Florida’s WZVN reports -- the biographer has a history of telling the story of America’s great minds. ANCHOR, VOICE OVER: “Isaacson has been working on the long-rumored biography since 2009 and has interviewed Jobs’ family members, colleagues, and competitors to Apple. … Isaacson has written the best-selling biographies of Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein.” A blogger for the BBC says, while the book will certainly tell an interesting story -- perhaps the fact that Jobs is cooperating tells us something else. “The question has to be what finally changed his mind? As he endures a third leave of absence from Apple due to health issues in the wake of pancreatic cancer, perhaps he is beginning to fear his own mortality.” Finally, a blogger for ZDNet expresses the biggest concern -- that Jobs’ active participation will mean less revelations, not more. “I’m sure it will be a fascinating read, although given that it is an official biography, and that Jobs is well known for his ‘reality distortion field,’ I wonder how accurate a picture we’ll get of Jobs.” iSteve: The Book of Jobs is slated for release in early 2012. Meanwhile, both Jobs and Isaacson are keeping mum about the details -- about as secretive as an Apple employee. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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Clayton Murdoch carries a terrible darkness inside him: as a boy he was exposed by his brutal father to violence, domestic abuse, gang culture and ultimately murder. Years later and with his father now in prison, Clayton struggles to overcome his past. In a city where every day there is a constant threat of violence and death, he keeps his sanity by channelling his aggression into boxing, the one part of his life where he feels powerful, in control, contained. However, when the violence that surrounds him starts to destroy his own family, Clayton’s inner darkness is unleashed. And now, to gain vengeance against those who have taken his loved ones, he must ask the one man he fears the most for help: his father. With everything around him falling apart and the full shocking fury in him let loose, Clayton must look death in the face and find out who is the man inside.
27 Jul 2012
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, a courtroom adventure developed by High Voltage Games and published in 2009 by Capcom for the Wii, PS2, and PSP. Who is the man in the suit? And why does he have wings, and a law degree? Why, it's Harry... er, Harvey Birdman, 60's superhero turned defense attorney! Taking a page from the Phoenix Wright playbook and injecting it with a special kind of absurdity and innuendo. Ha, ha! Description. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law for the Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
25 Nov 2012
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