GRAVITY A WORLDWIDE PHENOM!Hits $200 Million; Is October Sweep Next?
Gravity floated easily to the $200 million mark on Monday
Oct 14thas the Warner Bros 3-D picture continues to reach new heights at the global box office.
Having already won back-to-back weekends domestically, Gravity took in an additional $6.2 million on Monday in the U.S. to bring its total to $128.5 million since October 4th.
Buoyed largely by 3D ticket sales, Gravity is one of the few movies to break out during the usually hauntingly slow month of October. STUNTMAN STABBED ON SET OF BRAD PITT FILM
A 35-year old stuntman has reportedly been stabbed in the shoulder on the set of the Brad Pitt war drama filming on England's Oxfordshire countryside. Following the incident, he was air-lifted to Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital.
According to a statement by a production company representative, the accident occurred during a rehearsed
action sequence between two professional stuntmen.
Deemed accidental by the Thames Valley police, they have, however, warned residents of the surrounding area to expect
sounds of gunfire and explosives from the private land where filming is taking place. COSMETIC SURGERY? MARILYN?? How could anyone tamper with perfection?
According to Allure Magazine's excellent writer Joan Kron,
the fabulous MM had a little work---minor, mind you. More along the lines of refining rather than transforming, her tweeks were confined to her nose and chin.
In fact, the divine Ms. M's chin implant apparently dissolved after a couple of years. And she never had it replaced. Who knew? HERMES INTRODUCES $10,000 BICYCLE Let's not soft-pedal it, the House of Hermes, known for uber expensive products, has unveiled its newest over-the-top must have for the moneyed set.
The French fashion emporium has launched two ultra-lightweight carbon fiber models; Le Flaneur d'Hermes and Le Flaneur Sportif d'Hermes, which come in three colors; charcoal, red and white.
Handmade in France, the bikes feature bull-calf leather on the saddles, handlebar grips, carry handles and luggage rack supports. Additional features include a shock-absorbing frame, belt-driven transmission and hydraulic disc brakes.
Not simply a decorative object, the Hermes version is a real bike; simple, efficient, easy to use, pleasant. And, of course,