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The "Danger Girl" comic book series, a spoof on "James Bond", was created by J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell, following a group of female secret agents led by their mentor 'Deuce', a former 'British Secret Service' Agent lured away from retirement by the United Nations to fashion and oversee the world’s first all-female espionage network, adopting the code name 'Danger Girl'.
A "Danger Girl" video game was released for Sony PlayStation in 2000.
Four "Danger Girl" figures were created by Canada's McFarlane Toys, depicting the characters 'Abbey Chase', 'Sydney Savage', 'Natalia Kassle' and the villain 'Major Maxim'.
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- Michael Stevens
Chicago – It was a “close encounter of the legend kind” in Chicago three weeks ago, as Steven Spielberg stopped by to pick up the 2014 Lincoln Leadership Prize, given by The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation. The director was nominated for an Oscar for his sweeping portrait of the Great Emancipator, entitled “Lincoln” (2012). The actress who portrayed Mary Todd Lincoln, Sally Field, presented the award on March 19th, 2014.
HollywoodChicago.com photographer Joe Arce got some Exclusive Portraits of the two show business icons at the Hilton Chicago event, plus publishes a photo of Steven Spielberg from 2006 for the first time. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.
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Emma Watson was going for a look tonight (Mar. 26) at the New York City premiere of her new movie, “Noah.” But what kind of look… Mary Todd Lincoln? It was a rare fashion fail for the young starlet. Watson, 23, has been on the road for a couple of weeks promoting the movie. Maybe she ran out of clothes and had to borrow a cast-off from the “Harry Potter” prop room. Or maybe she just wanted to look older, like a century older. ...Read More »
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation will award Steve Spielberg its annual Lincoln Leadership Prize.
“We are pleased to present this year’s Lincoln Leadership Prize to Steven Spielberg, who brings socially relevant issues to the forefront of our minds through the medium of film,” said Wayne W. Whalen, chairman of the foundation. “Additionally, his long-time commitment to philanthropic endeavors exemplifies President Lincoln’s conscience and spirit, making him truly deserving of this award.”
Spielberg, a partner at DreamWorks Studios, directed “Lincoln,” which received 12 Academy Award nominations and won Oscars for Daniel Day-Lewis for Best Actor and Best Production Design. He also established The Righteous Persons Foundation and the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, now the USC Shoah Foundation, »
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4 items from 2014
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