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Week 12 of the celebrity danceathon, and there are four couples left in the show. So who will be booted off this week?
All of last week's Strictly action
Natalie and Vincent went out last week so we go into the quarter finals with just four couples left standing: Ali and Brian, Chris and Ola, Laila and Anton, and Ricky and Natalie. But Ricky has been battling man flu this week, so will the long-running favourite's moves be up to scratch?
The judges panel has a VIP guest for the final three weeks – former Royal Ballet star Darcey Bussell makes her first appearance this week. She's more than qualified for the job. The question is: will she be harsh enough to dish out the criticism? Join us on Saturday from 6.50pm to find out.
6.05pm: Good evening, everybody, and welcome to this evening's Strictly Come Dancing, live from my sick-bed. Well, »
- Carrie Dunn
Cinema Retro has received the following press release from the Jameson Cult Film Club, which is affiliated with Jameson Irish Whiskey:
The infamous eighteen-inch-high Stonehenge in rockumentary classic, This is Spinal Tap, has been voted the ultimate 'rock' cult film moment of all time by almost half (48%) of British film fans.
Dennis Hopper and the classic motorcycle moments set to Steppenwolf’s of 'Born to be Wild' in Easy Rider came a close second in the poll with 22% of the votes, followed by Bill and Ted's "excellent" guitar solo in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (19%).
The research, commissioned by Jameson Cult Film Club, which brings classic cult movie screenings to life via an immersive cinematic experience, also reveals that the music from 90’s movie Trainspotting is the favourite soundtrack of all time with almost 40 per cent of the votes (39%). In 1997, it was awarded 'best soundtrack' in the Brit Awards. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
I had been preparing questions for Dreamworks and Paramount Home Entertainment pertaining to their plan for handling 3D on the upcoming Monsters vs Aliens Blu-ray Disc and DVD that stars the voices of Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie, and Kiefer Sutherland. This morning all the questions were addressed with the same blanket answer: we're not ready. In a surprising move, Dreamworks will be releasing Monsters vs Aliens on Blu-ray Disc and DVD without 3D despite approximately 58% of box office ticket sales coming from 3D screenings. The reasons are purely technical. It cannot be done... yet. Speaking to Home Media Magazine, DreamWorks Animation chief Ann Daly explained the reasoning as follows: "The movie itself was developed with the notion of doing the RealD-Dolby experience in theaters, and those specs are not ideal for the anaglyph presentation for home viewing, which still relies on glasses with colored rather than polarized lenses," Daly said. »
You can bring one popular 3-D animated adventure home on DVD and Blu-ray this September. Monsters Vs. Aliens will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 29. The film will be released in a single-disc edition, a Two-Disc Ginormous Edition, which comes with the bonus animated film, B.O.B.'s Big Break, and the Blu-ray edition. Each edition will also come with four pairs of 3-D glasses, although we don't have pricing details on each edition as of yet. The film stars the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Kiefer Sutherland, Hugh Laurie, Seth Rogen and Will Arnett.
When Susan Murphy (Reese Witherspoon) is unexpectedly clobbered by a meteor full of outer space gunk, she mysteriously grows to 49-feet-11-inches tall and is instantly labeled a "Monster" named Ginormica. The military jumps into action, and she is captured by General W.R. Monger (Kiefer Sutherland) and held in a secret government »
Universal Music Publishing Group has announced an exclusive deal with Asda to feature lyrics from its bands on its clothing. The promotion launched at the start of this month and covers all age ranges from babywear to adult garments in the George range. Lyrics initially featured on the clothes will include those from Thin Lizzy's 'The Boys Are Back In Town', Steppenwolf's 'Born To Be Wild', The Cure's 'Love Cats' and Hard-Fi's 'Living For The Weekend', while shoppers will also get a free (more) »
- By Mayer Nissim
The idols went to the movies! They were lucky enough to work with the genius that is Quentin Tarantino. He is brilliant and his professional advice really seemed to help the contestants with their performances this week. Rocker chick Allison put her own spin on an Aerosmith classic and I think Steven Tyler would have been proud. She got props from Simon who called her performance hot and spicy! Yummy! Then Anoop did a beautiful ballad like always. It was pure and seamless. I really think he's found his niche. Adam Lambert was "Born To Be Wild!" This guy is unbelievable! His vocals are flawless. He's such a professional. Matt Giraud had a tough act to follow but he was a smart boy! He tugged at all the girls »
- Kimberly Caldwell
6 items from 2009
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