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Week of October 27th to November 2nd 2013 - Volume One, Issue Thirty-Eight.
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The news surprised the industry, especially since Sony Entertainment has been so high on the film with two theatrical trailers all ready to go. Moreover, the studio had already hired an awards consultant for the film, anticipating it to be a major awards contender.
Monument Men, which is based on the book by Robert M. Edsel and Bret Witter, tells the true story of a motley crew of historians
and art dealers who were sent behind enemy lines to rescue stolen art from the Nazis. Clooney, who also co-wrote the film with Grant Heslov, leads an ensemble which includes Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray, John Goodman and Jean Dujardin.
According to Clooney, the film won't be ready to make its original December 18th release date. With a cast like that, we'll be watching for it.

In honor of the soon-to-be-released Anchorman 2: The Legend
Continues, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream has created a dessert inspired by Will Ferrell's anchorman character's favorite drink-of-choice.
The limited edition Ron Burgundy's Scotchy Scotch Scotch
contains no alcohol. Instead, it mixes delightful substitutes of
butterscotch ice cream and dollops of butterscotch swirl ribbons.
The Anchorman sequel bows on December 20th but the Ben & Jerry's treat will be available in the next few weeks. YUM!
While the fabled ship went down in the North Atlantic in 1921,
musician Wallace Hartley continued to play the instrument which was sold at auction in Britain for $1.78 million. Much above its anticipated estimate.
According to the British auction house of Henry Aldridge & Son, the specialists in Titanic-related memorabilia  who sold it, the violin was played by second-class passenger Wallace Hartley with his ensemble as the ship sank. It was discovered in 2006 in the attic of a home in Northern England.
The auction also featured Hartley's travel bag where the violin was found along with the musician's sheet music and the ship's original insurance document.
Extensive tests were conducted on the instrument by Henry Aldridge & Son to determine its authenticity. They found it was an engagement gift from Hartley's fiancÚ who became his wife, and is believed to be of German origin, created around 1880. Bravo to your bravery, Wallace Hartley!

The luxury watch line dates back to 1775 and counts Louis XVi, his wife Marie Antoinette, Napoleon and Tsar Alexander among its clients. Today's roster is equally impressive, among them celebrities, stars and all those who can afford the modest entry price of $18,000 for a truly rock'n wristwatch.
The show, entitled Breguet: The Innovator and Inventor of the Tourbillion will be on display at Breguet boutiques in Chicago and New York this Winter. It  provides a close-up view of
of the original watchmaker Breguet's work. One of his many achievements was creating what is believed to be the first wristwatch ever made. The watch was made for the Queen of Naples in 1812.

Another queen, Marie Antoinette, never got a chance to wear a watch specially designed for her by Breguet. Before it was completed, she died on the guillotine. Her watch was stolen from a Jerusalem museum in 1983. But was eventually recovered in 2007 after the thief's wife found the treasure hidden among her late husband's possessions.
The show also includes the Breguet-created first tourbillion watch with a unique mechanism that counteracts the effects of gravity on timekeeping. On view in the collection as well are the 1812 Tourbillion repeater chronometer, antique tourbillion movements and a rare tourbillion pocket watch.  And in the modern vein, the introduction of an ultra-contemporary, ultra-thin tourbillion.
If you happen to be in one of the Breguet tour cities this Winter, the show is definitely worth your time

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Coming Attractions:
October 27th thru November 2nd
Here's This Week's Must-Watch Line-Up
Check Today's Features for Showtimes 
Twice each night, maniacs and monsters will chill your blood and haunt your dreams. Then scare you silly 24/7 on Halloween's all-day classic Mayhem Movie Marathon with the likes of Carrol Baker, Richard Boone, Theodore Bikel and a VERY young Kim Catrell.

Carnival Of Blood 


Running Time: 87 Minutes
A psychopathic killer uses the Carnival's carousel ride to pick his unwitting victims.
Starring: Earle Edgerton, Judith Resnick, Martin Barolsky

Directed By: Leonard Kurtman 


Horror Thriller 

Running Time: 104 Minutes
Corporate exec Mike Creighton dies and is cryogenically frozen in the hopes he can be revived. Ten years later, the procedure is a success and Miles returns---without his soul.

Starring: Michael Beck, Beatrice Straight, Laura Johnson
Director: Wes Craven 

The Devil Has Seven Faces 

Mystery Thriller 

Running Time: 90 Minutes
A sexy chick who loves 'em and leaves 'em...dead!

Starring:Carroll Baker, George Hilton, Stephen Boyd
Director: Osvaldo Civriani 

I Bury The Living 


Running Time: 76 Minutes
Through a series of macabre "coincidences" the newly-elected director of a cemetery begins to believe he can cause the death of the living owners of the burial plots.

Starring: Richard Boone, Theodore Bikel, Peggy Maurer
Director: Albert Band

Night Of The Living Dead 


Running Time: 96 Minutes
A group of people hide from bloodthirsty zombies in a deserted farm house.

Starring: Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea, Karl Hardman
Director: George A. Romero

Carnival Of Souls

Horror Thriller

Running Time: 78 Minutes
After a traumatic accident, a woman becomes drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival.

Starring: Candace Hillgross, Fances Feist, Sidney Berger
Director: Herk Harvey

Star Turn:
The Five Most Difficult Movie Divas 
Although most celebrities try to pride themselves on being humble and down to earth, there are others who just don't care. They have demands and expect them to be met.
On the double! Check out five who just might define the textbook description of diva. But on the flip side, most of the time they're worth the extra effort.
Christina Aguilera

 When it comes to working with people, Christina has a host of issues. She can out-ice ice queens when it comes to freezing out interviewers. The vey people who can do her a lot of good. Case in point; Christina showed up at a radio station so rigid that the show's host was afraid of her and couldn't do the interview.
Mila Kunis

 Sweet to look at? Sure is. But this chick is said to have  a mean streak. The grapevine reports Mila once showed up for an on-camera interview hours late. Then haughtily instructed the interviewers to "make this ten minutes. I have other things to do".
Jennifer Lopez

 Jenny from the block a Diva? You bet. It's been rumored that La Lopez can go on a terror streak if her demands aren't met. Even before she shows up for gigs.
Gwyneth Paltrow

 Is there some sort of journalist vendetta? No one is quite sure. But it's  clear to any media member who has the privilege to work with her that Ms. Paltrow can turn the room's temp to sub zero and may or may not answer an interviewer's questions.
Ashlee Simpson

 Perhaps not the nicest star to work with. Sources say her presence on a set can create deep discord among fellow cast members. A toxicano!
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A Tale of Two Cities:
Bi-Coastal Beauty: NYC vs LA
Here's a look at the most popular nail polish shades and the most sought-after skin care and derm treatments celebrities prefer in Coastal beauty enclaves.
The Mani Scoop:

Big city Fall and Winter nail colors are modern, edgy deep-with-a-glimmer interpretations of Fall's ready-to-wear.

Winter textile shades of shearling, cashmere and fine wool pile on the luxe and ramp up the chic
look of LA digits.
The Skin Care Products:

A multi-tasker like Eve Lom  Cleanser that combines cleansing, exfoliation and toning all in one is ideal for skin care that really delivers for  New York beauty's fast pace.

Angelenos love natural skin care backed by science, such as Zelens Triple Action Eye Cream.
Plant extracts, peptides and anti-oxidants tone, tighten, smooth fine lines. And provides all-important sun protection for LA good looks.

For an instant, youthening "dew factor", New Yorkers dote on Dr. David Colbert's Illumino Face Oil
in between regularly scheduled laser treatments and chemical peels that insure on-going radiance.

LA beauties think face first and clamor for Dr. Stuart Kaplan's Cellular Rejuvenating Concentrate
to maintain the optimum effects of Botox and injectibles. They swear that using it day and night makes the results last longer.

See you on every day. Where the films are always fabulous and always free. On desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Mike and Monika


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