Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela.
Directed by Clint Eastwood. Co-starring Matt Damon.
Invictus coming out December 11, 2009.
"WTF? — Jack Douglass, a senior in the American University School of Communication, earns nearly $2,000 a month from his YouTube channel Jacksfilms. His biggest hit, “The WTF Blanket,” has over 7 million views and is a parody of the now-infamous Snuggie."
Michael Phelps, arguably the greatest Olympian of all time, won 8 gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, breaking the single-Games record held by Mark Spitz (7). Phelps also set 7 world records at the "Water Cube," and his razor-thin victories in the 4x100m free relay and 100m butterfly were among the Games' defining moments.
"Mama, you miss me, don't youHaters, wish you could hit me, don't youYou should call me UncleI understandI'm back by popular demandthat new CL flyoutside of Popeye'seating chicken and friesyeah, come holler at your UncleI understandI'm back by popular demand"
"We hear so much about manufacturing jobs leaving the United States these days, but for nearly two decades Sandy Reuve and her company 'She Beads' have been handcrafting the popular beaded accessory right here in Chicago-land. The process uses a technique from the ancient Romans and dates back to the era of Air Jordan."
"For 20 years, the artists and writers of THE SIMPSONS have lovingly labored to create a parade of hilariously memorable characters beloved by the whole world. Well, that's all over now. The simple fact is, we're tired. Tired and, frankly, too rich to care anymore. That's where YOU come in! While we coast on our long ago achievements, you have the chance to shame us off our lazy butts by designing your very own Simpsons character! (Come up with a great name and catchphrase, plus a brief description, and if you're selected as the winner, we'll bring you to Los Angeles to meet with an actual artist from THE SIMPSONS who will bring your character to life in the episode currently planned for January 31, 2010.) Come on, people, show us how it's supposed to be done. You'll have the satisfaction of creating a character seen by millions. And we'll have the satisfcation of not having to do our jobs."
Manny Pacquiao30, Boxer"Manny has two advantages over his opponents: He's in better shape, and he'll take a punch. He averages 3,000 sit-ups and 44 sparring rounds per day; he runs about eight miles every other morning, uphill. I don't know what it is, but there's something inside of him. When he gets hit, he taps his gloves together as if to say, 'Here I come.' He gets after an opponent after he takes a shot, as if he liked it."-Freddie Roach, Trainer
The LEGO® Group and Adam Reed Tucker are excited to bring you this new line of distinctive landmark building sets. Our hope is that this will inspire minds of all ages whether you’re young and eager to learn or young at heart and simply intrigued by these modern day marvels. The idea behind LEGO© Architecture is to celebrate the past, present and future of architecture through the LEGO Brick. Through products and events we wish to promote an awareness of the fascinating worlds of Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Initially, we are featuring a pair of Chicago’s most famous landmarks: The Sears Tower and The John Hancock Center. Eventually, we wish to offer other famous landmarks throughout the world celebrating influential architects and movements that have shaped the environment around us. We hope to inspire future architects around the world with the brick as a medium.
"Mr. Law conveys these traits with a grandstanding bravado and annotative clarity that is often pitched full throttle into the audience. The much-quoted instructions that Hamlet delivers to a troupe of visiting players apparently do not apply to princes in mourning. This one mouths his words like a town crier and saws the air with his hands.Ready, Set, Emote: A Race to His Doom.
He does follow his own advice in suiting “the action to the word, the word to the action.” If Hamlet talks about his mind, you can bet that Mr. Law will point to his forehead; when he mentions the heavens, his arm shoots straight up; and when the guy says his gorge rises, rest assured that he clutches at his stomach. If every actor were like Mr. Law, signed performances for the hard of hearing would be unnecessary."