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The price of these fountain pens take “cost per word” to a whole other level.
Nowadays, fountain pens are often considered luxury goods, even though there are now pens on the market that can mimic the writing quality of fountain pens.
Fountain pens are a favorite for calligraphy enthusiasts and even professional artists in need of perfect ink distribution for their artwork. Others buy the most expensive fountain pens in order to relieve themselves from stress from writing with a normal ball point pen.
These pens are also works of art, making them a favorite item for collectors everywhere, because each collector wishes to showcase the artwork used in the design of the pen’s body and the structure of the inkwells which makes the fountain pen work.
Out of all the available fountain pens on the market today, here are 10 of the most expensive fountain pens money can buy »
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Had Sylvester Stallone had his way, the now cult classic Beverly Hills Cop would have been a much different film. Before Eddie Murphy was cast in the role that would define his acting career, the part of Axel Foley was offered to Sly. Yet the Italian Stallion had other ideas in mind for what he wanted the film to be, so he took it upon himself to rewrite the script, moulding it to suit his strengths as a white-knuckled mortal terminator. As screenwriter Daniel Petrie Jr told us last year, whilst it was "considered a coup to have written a script to attract »
The comedians used magazines, including two Variety covers, to do impressions of celebrities Friday on “The Tonight Show.” Fallon held up Variety‘s April 21, 2015, Power of Women New York cover of Kim Kardashian and did his best high-pitched Valley Girl accent. He then spoofed Sylvester Stallone using our Jan. 5 cover of the “Creed” star, mumbling a string of incoherent words.
The “Saturday Night Live” alums also took on Vladimir Putin (on Time), Seth Rogen (Rolling Stone), Arnold Schwarzenegger (GQ), Mathew McConaughey (GQ) and Alec Baldwin (New York Magazine) during the skit set in a doctor’s office.
“I am here with a urinary tract infection. Right now I am feeling the burn,” Crystal said, holding up Rolling Stone »
- Maane Khatchatourian
To mark the release of Hired to Kill on 16th May, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on Blu-ray. Action movie staple Brian Thompson (whose brief turn in 1984’s The Terminator led to a starring role in the 1986 Sylvester Stallone vehicle Cobra) stars as Frank Ryan, a mercenary sent to track down
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He has been branded as one of the greatest directors of our generation, and now Steven Spielberg has been weighing in his thoughts on the comic book boom that has taken over Hollywood.
“I really like Richard Donner’s Superman, Nolan’s The Dark Knight and the first Iron Man movie, but the superhero movie that most impressed me was Guardians of the Galaxy,” he told various members of the press. “When it ended, I left the cinema with the feeling that I had just experienced something new, free of cinicism and without concern for being gritty when necessary.”
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- Luke Owen
★★★★☆ When Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) first stepped into the ring, onto the screen, and into the hearts and minds of cinema audiences back in 1976's Rocky, few would have predicted him making it to the seventh round. Even fewer would imagine that he'd still be holding his own (a couple of face-plants onto the canvas aside). But here we stand, almost forty years after its debut, and Ryan Coogler brings the Rocky franchise strutting back through the ropes with renewed vigour with Creed. It's a film that both homages and reboots the original instalment, moving forward with wit, charisma and a energy.
- CineVue UK
It’s 40 years since Rocky scrapped its way into cinemas – I’d have added “believe it or not”, but when you see Sylvester Stallone’s swollen, fallen, stray pug face in Creed (Warner, 12), you definitely believe it. Still, how many film franchises have lurched along with the same actor for that long? And how many of those can claim to have peaked in their fifth decade? Fine wine analogies don’t apply here: the Rocky films have been corked since the 1980s. But Ryan Coogler’s film – not so much an extension of a franchise as a fresh graft of its mythos – is a very robust red: it’s a boxing film alive with bodily tension, social concern and, by its roaring climax, »
- Guy Lodge
Today is a good day for Marvel fans and "Rocky" fans alike. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael B. Jordan has joined the cast of Marvel's upcoming superhero film "Black Panther." It's currently unclear who Jordan would play, but sources say it's possible that he might play a villain in the new film. Additionally, Jordan will be re-teaming with director Ryan Coogler, who previously directed him in "Fruitvale Station," a biographical drama about the death of Oscar Grant, and "Creed," the latest in the "Rocky" franchise about Apollo Creed's son Adonis who trains with former heavyweight champion Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) to pursue his dream of becoming a professional boxer. Read More: Why Michael B. Jordan is the New Movie Star We Deserve Co-written by Joe Robert Cole ("The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story"), "Black Panther" will also star Chadwick Boseman as the titular hero, and. »
- Vikram Murthi
The Rocky legacy continues as Creed comes to Blu-ray™, DVD and Limited Edition Steelbook on May 16. Creed sees Michael B Jordan as Adonis Johnson, the son of Apollo Creed, and Sylvester Stallone reprise his role as the legendary Rocky Balboa. We’re giving 3 of you the chance to win some knock out merchandise! Adonis
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Netflix, the world's leading internet TV network, is bringing together top tier competitors and athletes from several countries around the world to compete in a new action-packed global competition series, featuring and produced by Sylvester Stallone (Creed, Grudge Match) and producer Dave Broome (The Biggest Loser, Strong). Ultimate Beastmaster is the first international competition series of its kind with six customized local versions featuring local languages, competitors and hosts from each competing country. Those countries are: U.S., Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan.
All ten episodes of the series will be made available at the same moment globally on Netflix. The event series will feature 108 competitors, 18 from each country, in total. Each hour-long episode will feature 12 competitors, two from each country, who will take their shot at running one of the most physically demanding obstacle courses ever devised, "The Beast."
At the end of each episode, a 'Beastmaster' »
Netflix is entering the reality competition space with a global action series featuring and produced by Sylvester Stallone, which will include top athletes from several countries. This marks the next step in Netflix’s expansion to match the gamut of entertainment offerings of the traditional TV networks. It already has scripted dramas and comedies — single-camera and multi-camera — docu-series as well as a talk show, with the upcoming Chelsea. Ultimate… »
Sylvester Stallone will produce and appear on a new Netflix competition series entitled “Ultimate Beastmaster,” the streaming service announced Monday. The series will take place around the world, featuring six customized versions using local languages, competitors and hosts from each competing country: U.S., Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan All ten episodes of the series will be made available at the same moment globally on Netflix. Also Read: Sylvester Stallone and Stx Entertainment Partner for Untitled Film Project The 10-episode event series will feature 108 competitors (18 from each country) in total. Each hour-long episode will feature 12 competitors, two from each. »
- Joe Otterson
Sylvester Stallone is headed for Netflix. The streaming giant has ordered a new global competition series that hails from the Rocky star and recent Oscar nominee, it was announced Monday. Ultimate Beastmaster is described as the first international competition series of its kind. The project includes six customized versions featuring local languages, competitors and hosts from each competing country. That list includes the U.S., Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan. The event series will feature 18 competitors from each country for a total of 108. Each of the 10 hourlong episodes will see 12 competitors, two from each
- Kate Stanhope
Touted as the first international competition show of its kind, “Ultimate Beastmaster” will feature six country-specific versions, with local languages, competitors and hosts from each country: the U.S., Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan. All 10 episodes will launch at the same time worldwide on Netflix.
The series will feature 108 competitors, 18 from each country, with each hourlong episode featuring 12 contestants — two from each locale. The athletes will run a demanding new obstacle course known as “The Beast,” and each episode will crown a “Beastmaster,” with the nine individual winners competing against each other in the final episode of the season for the chance to become the Ultimate Beastmaster.
- Laura Prudom
Netflix is set to enter the reality competition arena with "Ultimate Beastmaster," a global action series featuring and produced by Sylvester Stallone,.
Top tier athletes from several countries will compete in the international competition series with six customized local versions featuring local languages, competitors and hosts from each competing country - the U.S., Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, Germany and Japan. Terry Crews and Charissa Thompson will host the U.S. version.
108 competitors, 18 from each country, will participate in the ten-episode event series. Each hour-long episode will feature 12 competitors, two from each country, who will take their shot at running one of the most physically demanding obstacle courses ever devised.
At the end of each episode, a 'Beastmaster' will be crowned and in the final episode of the season, the nine individual winners from each episode will compete against each other for the chance for one contestant to become the Ultimate Beastmaster. »
- Garth Franklin
Back in the 1980s and 1990s, action cinema was largely defined by a certain level of machismo. The typical action heroes were muscle-bound, seemingly invincible and known for their ability to dispatch one-dimensional villains with an endless supply of cheesy one-liners. The work of Arnold Schwarzenegger perhaps best exemplifies this particular style of filmmaking, but other stars like Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal played in that very same sandbox and became international stars as a result.
Today’s most popular action films have embraced a very different approach, wherein the heroes are far more fallible and human and the violence is more grounded and visceral. Think the Bourne films or Daniel Craig’s James Bond. In recent years, the old-school style of action has largely been relegated to direct-to-dvd projects and nostalgia trips like Stallone’s The Expendables franchise. However, the new Seagal thriller, Code of Honor, »
- Robert Yaniz Jr.
Sharon Stone gave us one of the great sexy cinematic teases of all time in 1992's Basic Instinct. Now she's teasing Marvel fans with a tantalizing bit of casting news. Apparently she has joined an upcoming superhero movie, firmly staking her flag in some prime McU real estate. Though, she refuses to confirm what the movie is at this time.
Sharon Stone recently appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden. There, she dropped this hint during her chat. She doesn't get into any specifics. And she admits that it's just a small role, perhaps just a cameo. She explains.
"I am going to do a Marvel movie. I'm just doing a wee part in a Marvel movie, upcoming, and I can't tell, because you know, you have to sign confidentiality agreements. But I'm going to do a wee part in a Marvel movie now. That's it."
There are »
I am going to do a Marvel movie. I’m just doing a wee part in a Marvel movie, upcoming, and I can’t tell, because you know, you have to sign confidentiality agreements. But I’m going to do a wee part in a Marvel movie now. That’s it.
That’s all she would say, but it was more than enough to send the fan community into a frenzy of speculation. Right now, the most popular theory seems to be a small role in the currently shooting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Reason being that director James Gunn is a big fan of all things ’80s, and – if the rumor holds weight – has already made room for Stone’s The Specialist co-star, »
- Mark Cassidy
Well, this is interesting. Sharon Stone was a guest on The late Late Show with James Corden, and during their chat the actress revealed that she's going to appear in an upcoming Marvel movie. Stone didn't get into specifics, and by her own admission it'll only be a small part, but one would imagine it'd still be more than just a brief cameo. Here's the quote in full: "I am going to do a Marvel movie. I’m just doing a wee part in a Marvel movie, upcoming, and I can’t tell, because you know, you have to sign confidentiality agreements. But I’m going to do a wee part in a Marvel movie now. That’s it." So, which movie is she talking about? There's a chance it could be the currently shooting Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - which might also feature Stone's The Specialist co-star »
While we appreciated the poignant turn 69-year-old Sylvester Stallone gave as aged Rocky Balboa in last year’sCreed, let’s turn back the clock 40 years and marvel at his original performance in 1976’s Rocky. Here was an unknown, droopy-eyed actor who refused to sell the script he wrote in three days — and with only $106 to his name, and a pregnant wife at home — unless he could play the muscle-bound boxer.
Producers Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff agreed and Stallone didn’t disappoint, giving a magnificent performance as the hard-luck pugilist who wants nothing but the chance to go the distance with reigning heavyweight champ Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) and win the heart of shy pet-store keeper Adrian (Talia Shire).
- Ingrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine
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