Eaten Alive – Anaconda Spit it out!

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If you were watching Paul Rosolie’s Eaten Alive on the Discovery Channel and found out he is still alive. He’s alive. Who wants to be eaten alive by a anaconda and tell about it? That’s a great bed-time story for Paul could tell to his children.

One could say, it was stunt to get viewers aware that these anacondas are very dangerous and several men and animals have been eaten alive and not tell about it.

Many people complained on twitter that he wasn’t eaten alive or be consumed by the big snake.

If you were in the protective suit and you feel that one of your arms were being broken. Would you be alive? One arm would be broken and then a crack or snap from the other one. You can have the protective gear to protect you. Still the anaconda will win.

The anacondas are still strong even the protective barrier he had one to protect his arms and the rest of the body. They were strong, but the pressure of the anaconda can still break anything. Even a tree trunk.

So he was nibble alive, which was good. Discovery channel and Paul knew this stunt was very dangerous and they took a chance. PETA slam the show for their anti-climactic ending and the use of other animals that was being used to get the animals to be eaten alive on the show. The show itself was an education to learn about this beautiful and deadly creatures and Paul wanted to preserve their habitat. By listening to Paul narration and the water field forestland, it was an education to learn about this.  The best way to preserve their habitat is to leave it alone.  If someone interfered it, someone would not return.  So how do you feed a hungry anaconda?

Paul did restricted the animal diet of not eating anything else, but him. The outfit he was wearing was a steel-carbon-fiber-fitted suit strong enough for being constricted and pressurize by the anaconda strength. The anaconda did try to swallow him head first, with the special helmet. Luckily, he had head cams on them and we saw he was being swallow head first, but the strength almost broke his arm and he had to tap out.  So the anaconda almost had curry Paul Rosolie.

Paul felt his arms were getting ready to crack, so he had to pull out.  His crew pulled the anaconda away from Paul and none of the team members got attacked or eaten by this beast of the anaconda.

Notes: http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/12/08/eaten-alive/

DC Comics Coming to a Cinema Close to you soon

Are you a superhero fan? And wanted to know when your favorite hero is coming to the big screen near you? They are going to show theses movie between mid-summer and mid-fall.  Two movies that same year, it will take time for the production, making of the film, and casting.  The most will depend on budgeting of the film, if one film does well, it will go and make the other movies, if it flops and not succeeding their projected sales. It’s a gamble and things can change at the last minute. I hope they can pull it off and the sales of these superheroes franchise will succeed.

Here’s a list:

Batman Superman WW

Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice(2016)

Director Zack Snyder’s superhero duel features DC’s most famous names. Henry Cavill will reprise his role as Superman while Ben Affleck will don the famous cowl to play Batman. Gal Gadot will also star in the 2016 film as Wonder Woman.

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Suicide Squad (2016)

DC recently confirmed the cast for its Suicide Squad feature about the famed group of DC villains who team up to take on black-ops missions in exchange for reduced prison sentences. Will Smith will star as sharpshooter assassin Deadshot, Tom Hardy will play the group’s leader Rick Flagg, and Jared Leto will take on the role of The Joker. Australian actress Margot Robbie will also star as The Joker’s on-again/off-again girlfriend (and legitimate baddie in her own right) Harley Quinn.

Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman (2017)

After being featured as the Amazonian warrior in 2016’s Batman vs. Superman, Israeli actress Gal Gadot will get her starring turn in the stand-alone Wonder Woman film, which is set for a 2017 release.

Justice League

Justice League (2017)

Director Zack Snyder will gather Batman vs. Superman stars Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, and Gal Gadot to reprise their roles in this ensemble feature, which hopes to rival Marvel’s successful Avengers franchise. The film will also feature Aquaman, Cyborg, and other superheroes from the DC universe.

The Flash

The Flash (2018)

The Perks of Being a Wallflower star Ezra Miller will play Barry Allen, aka The Flash, in a 2018 feature film about the speedy superhero. The film is unrelated to the current show on The CW starring Grant Gustin.  Please The Flash on the CW network.

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Aquaman (2018)

Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa is attached to play the sea-dwelling superhero in 2018’s Aquaman stand-alone feature.

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Justice League 2 (2019)

Director Zack Snyder is also attached to helm the Justice League sequel, which is set for release in 2019.

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Shazam (2019)

Dwayne Johnson is attached to play villain Black Adam in 2019’s Shazam, a movie about DC’s magical superhero also known as Captain Marvel. Also it’s a 1970’s Saturday morning feature. If they make this? Will Isis appear? Another Saturday morning from the 1970’s.

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Cyborg (2020)

Newcomer Ray Fisher, best known for portraying Muhammad Ali in the off-Broadway play Fetch Clay, will play the title role in Cyborg after portraying the character in Batman vs. Superman and the Justice League movies.

Fisher tweeted this photo on Nov. 3, 2014, writing, “Big meeting at Warner Bros. this afternoon…I hope you’re ready! #borglife #justiceleague.”

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Green Lantern ( 2020)

DC plans to reboot the Green Lantern franchise in 2020 after a 2011 film starring Ryan Reynolds was a critical and box office flop.

Peter Pan LIVE

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Peter Pan Live was extraordinary to watch. A Broadway play on TV, using commercial breaks for set changes or for the actors to get ready to do the next scenes as the stage managers rush the actors to be on time and not to mess up their lines. It was great to watch a famous play live on NBC.  The ratings were down from last year when The Sound of Music Live premiere on NBC year ago.

Allison Williams, actress, comedian, and musician. She stars as Marnie Michaels on the HBO comedy-drama series Girls. I love this show. It’s a guy thing. She’s get naked in some scenes, but I like it. And it’s funny. She did a fantastic job as Peter Pan. My question is? Why is Peter Pan a woman? Should Peter Pan be a man?  The name Peter is a man’s name. Jack Noseworthy (Peter in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway): He was the only to do it on Broadway, but he was an understudy. He was a singer, and a dancer and he looked like a boy when he got the role.

Why the ratings went down? Maybe people did not like the casting part of the Peter Pan? Do the people want Carrie Underwood back and make her to a boy? All actors have to audition for a part, she wasn’t given the part.  They probably did have male actors as Peter Pan when auditioning for the part. So they decided to pick Allison Williams and asked her “How do feel if we cut your hair and trim it to make you look like a boy?”

“What about my breast?” Allison Williams asked.

“Duct tape?” the casting agent said.

“Ok” Allison Williams said.

Did Christopher Walken messed up his lines? He probably saw his image as Captain Hook on the TV monitors. Nothing happen to the set. No mistakes. I guess. Probably the actors did messed up the lines and did not notices, but quickly got the lines right. Only one picked out when analyzing the live broadcast on my DVR of the movie. When Peter comes in through the window and the camera pans to the adult Wendy, the Steadicam operator and camera can be seen.

John Allyn and Jake Lucas are casts as brothers. Alanna Saunders played Tiger Lilly.

What will NBC produce next?

What is that?

Parents should know what their child should watch. For example, a child goes for a sleep over at their friend’s house. And the parents of that household suggest to go to the movies with their kids and someone else kid.

The parents of that child should be aware of the ratings of the movie. PG-13, PG and G are good, but movies that are rated R are not acceptable even though the adult is accompanying them in the theater and the movie is good.

Most movies these days are rated R due to graphic violence and salty language. Children who watch these movies grow up to mimic the actor’s behavior by killing and using language and other adults themes in the movie.

It doesn’t make sense that older parents are taking their child to see a rated R movies. Is this appropriate? We want to raise a child to be good and we exposed them to watch these movies either at home on DVDs and the movie theater.

We can blame Hollywood for making these movies, but parents have to make a choice either to watch it or not. Do parents understand the movie ratings? Some of the good movies are rated R, which include graphic violence and salty language they use on the screen. What do you think?

Hollywood Films Awards 2014

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People are probably thinking The Hollywood Film Awards was on 17 years ago? Did I missed it? What happened to the Day Time Emmy awards? Was that 17 years ago too? Please don’t put awards show streaming on the internet again.  And now Dish Network is dropping channels again? Come on! I need my Big Bang. I meant Big Bang Theory. These shows are meant to be seen on TV not streaming over the internet.

The Hollywood Film Awards is the mandatory stop in winning the Oscar, and the Golden Globes too, but the Hollywood Film Awards is the achievement in filmmaking and acting performance. It started in 1997, by Carlos de Abreu and Janice Pennington. Over the years, it was covered by the entertainment media such as Entertainment Tonight and Access Hollywood, and other Entertainment media sites. But now, it’s on CBS.

Here are some highlights of what happened if you already missed it.

“Gone Girl” won the evening’s top prizes and Ben Afleck  was on hand to accept on behalf of the cast, director and producer. It was based on Gillian  Flynn’s bestselling novel. And she won for best  screenplay adaptation of her book.

“If you’re gonna have one chance for America to see your junk, you want it to be cold,” Affleck quipped. Junk. Cold. What?

Shailene Woodley scored breakout actress honor for “The Fault in Our Stars.” “To do this film really, truly felt like such an honor in my life,” she said.

Jennifer Lopez couldn’t read the teleprompter and a flub her lines for the introduction for the animation award. Instead of saying “How to Train Your Dragon 2” she said “How to Drain Your Dragon”, that will end up on a gag reel or the internet. She giggle when she said it.

Johnny Depp also stumbled over some words while introducing the documentary prize. To his credit, Depp admitted from the start he’s not good at these types of things. Get used to it Johnny Depp.

Kristen Stewart, who was wearing a mesh cropped top that showed off her sexy body, was completely unaware she suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she presented an award to her “Still Alice” co-star, Julianne Moore, according to US Weekly. I was looking closely. I can see through her top.

Most of the winners are contenders to win the Oscars which will be presented on ABC on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 7pm,  with your host Neil Patrick Harris.

Here are the winners

Hollywood Film: “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Actor: Benedict Cumberbatch, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Blockbuster: “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Hollywood Documentary: Mike Myers, “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon”

Hollywood Actress: Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”

Career Achievement: Michael Keaton

Hollywood Animation: “How to Train Your Dragon 2″

Hollywood Comedy Film: Chris Rock, “Top Five”

New Hollywood: Jack O’Connell, “Unbroken”

Hollywood Ensemble: “Foxcatcher” cast

Hollywood Director: Morten Tyldum, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Song: Janelle Monae, “What is Love?” from “Rio 2″

Hollywood Screenwriter: Gillian Flynn, “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Breakout Performance Actor: Eddie Redmayne, “The Theory of Everything”

Hollywood Breakthrough Director: Jean-Marc Vallee, “Wild”

Hollywood Supporting Actress: Keira Knightley, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Breakout Performance Actress: Shailene Woodley, “The Fault in Our Stars”

Hollywood Supporting Actor: Robert Duvall, “The Judge”

Hollywood Cinematography Award: Emmanuel Lubezki, “Birdman”

Hollywood International Award: Jing Tian

Hollywood Visual Effects Award: Scott Farrar, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”

Hollywood Film Composer Award: Alexandre Desplat, “The Imitation Game”

Hollywood Costume Design Award: Milena Canonero, “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

Hollywood Editing Award: Jay Cassidy and Dody Dorn, “Fury”

Hollywood Production Design Award: Dylan Cole and Gary Freeman, “Maleficent”

Hollywood Sound Award: Ren Klyce, “Gone Girl”

Hollywood Makeup and Hairstyling Award: David White (Special Makeup Effects) and Elizabeth Yanni-Georgiou (Hair Designer and Makeup Designer), “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Notes

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/hollywood-film-awards-2014-top-moments-and-highlights/

http://www.hollywoodawards.com/

http://www.beautyworldnews.com/articles/14562/20141116/kristen-stewart-goes-commando-2014-hollywood-film-awards-complete-list.htm#ixzz3JDKer8TL

Museum of the Albemarle Haunted with Fred Fearing

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Did you know that Museum of the Albemarle is haunted? With all the artifacts in buildings some spirits can attached themselves to it, but it’s the good ghost not the evil one, if you disturb the ghost, they will become evil ghost and they will be a sword fight in the middle of the room, that would never happened.

Anyway, when Fred Fearing was still alive, he was 93 when he passed away in 2007, he made a point that he would take care of the museum; they did not need a security guard. He would be a security ghost for the building, so if a burglary wants to rob a piece of artifact in building, Fred would stop them scare the living day lights  by saying “Boo” and the robbery would dropped  the artifact  and he would catch it without breaking it.

These days, if you ask the folks at Museum of the Albemarle, he’s also known as the hall of history’s resident ghost.

According to Pendergraft, Anne Burgess Jennings was working the front desk of the museum when a visitor asked directions to the bathroom. She was an out-of-towner, so she knew very little, if anything, about the local history here.

“She comes back five minutes later with a startled look,” says Pendergraft. “She told Anne that she met a man in the back hallway.”

The man was described as old with very white hair. The woman told Jennings that he had shared stories about the museum with her.

Pendergraft says the woman described the man’s baseball cap and a rose he was holding. He wore a shirt and shorts and talked about his wife Florence, and then he put his hat to his chest and told her local stories.

When the man was finished, the woman reported that he turned and walked away, disappearing at the end of the hall.

The woman, Pendergraft explains, did not know Fred Fearing, nor would she have known those details. Jennings, he says, told her that she had just described Fearing.

“The woman that was in the hallway seemed to be the only one who saw it,” recalls Jennings. “There were other people in the area. I was at the desk and there may have been someone else in the lobby.”

People that knew Fearing know that he loved history and was a big supporter of the museum. He served on the museum board and Pendergraft says Fearing would often bring things in to share with the staff.

He would also be the first to complain if he saw something that he did not believe was historically accurate. Fred Fearing was known to be ornery from time to time.

“He loved the museum. He was one of the biggest supporters of the museum, even to the last of his life,” says Pendergraft.

Although the museum building is relatively new, there have been other haunting reports there. Staff members are quick to say they’ve heard things, or even seen a thing or two.

Mary Tirak works on the third floor, in the administration offices. She says there have been plenty of reports but she hasn’t seen or heard anything. If she does, however, she says that she would be pretty unsettled.

“They all know I don’t like ghosts,” says Tirak. Jennings says the museum has been “spooky” in the past, but she just can’t put her finger on one incident outside of the Fred Fearing sighting. Of course, with a building full of old things, there’s no telling who came with the artifacts.

“There was one incident,” Pendergraft  said “The staff had put on a presentation for their annual membership meeting when archeologist Clay Swindell reported something odd. The room had emptied out except for Swindell and I and Clay saw a guy walk behind the screen,” recalls Pendergraft, who says he saw no one other than Swindell. “Clay was sure someone walked behind the screen. Being a scientist, he doesn’t make up stories. If he’s having fun with you, you know he’s having fun” Like a regular Casper the friendly ghost.