Legendary Hollywood actor Paul Newman has died of cancer at his home on Friday, aged 83.
The star had only retired from acting in May 2007, because he felt he could not perform to the best of his ability.
Newman performed in over 60 films. He played iconic roles in such classics as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Hustler, Cool Hand Luke and The Sting.
He played varied roles in his career, even performing the voice for the character Doc Hudson in Pixar's 2006 animated film Cars.
For more details and a short video showing iconic performances see BBC Entertainment news.
Saturday, 27 September 2008
Monday, 22 September 2008
Crack smoking, flash friendly, George Michael toilet symbol added.
Yes George Michael arrested in toilets once again! Only this time he was after the other type of crack.
According to The Telegraph newspaper, George Michael was arrested for possession of marijuana and crack cocaine, in a north London underground toilet, after police were tipped off by a lavatory attendant.
George Michael has said:
"I want to apologise to my fans for screwing up again, and to promise them I'll sort myself out. And to say sorry to everybody else, just for boring them".
You would imagine that multi-millionaire pop stars would avoid public toilets like the plague. But no, not George. In fact he seems to use public conveniences like some sort of recreational convenience store.
A 'one-stop shop' where you can arrange a date, buy some condoms, buy some crack and shockingly, maybe even go to the toilet.
The first public toilet to start selling CDs, DVDs, milk and bread will definitely gain itself a life long customer.
For more see: Telegraph.co.uk
Sunday, 7 September 2008
Don LaFontaine - The Don of voice over artists dies age 68
One of the most successful voice over artists Don LaFontaine, died on Monday 1st September aged 68.
Don LaFontaine voiced over 5,000 trailers, and thousands more TV and radio adverts during his career spanning 33 years. he was best known for the catchphrase beginning "in a world...".
Full story at: Associated Press
Below is a nice comedy skit featuring five of the top voice over guys, including of course Don LaFontaine, proving that they don't take themselves too seriously.
The video features Don LaFontaine, John Leader, Al Chalk, Mark Elliot and Nick Tate.