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Tune In And WatchMay 4th - May 10th 2014. Volume 2, Issue 18
In The Lens
The First Live Action Comedy Set For Production The End Of 2014

The iconic doll will be making her way onto the big screen in a live-action comedy that may be the first in an on-going franchise.

Launched in March 1959, Barbie has come in various looks over the decades, ranging from princess to president, mermaid to movie star. According to industry sources, the Barbie story has great potential that opened up with a script that offered an unexpected, clever and truly funny concept.

Initial reports say the story line captures everything that has made Barbie a classic for generations. However, the tale is said to stand on its own by establishing a truly original screen character.

Barbie will delight audiences no matter where her adventures take her.

Film Is About Sisters Who Throw A Rager In Their Childhood Home

Just in time for Christmas 2015, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be back on the big screen in The Nest. The film follows two disconnected sisters summoned home to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family house.

Fey and Poehler, longtime friends and colleagues, have reunited to host the Golden Globes and will return to host for a third year. They previously worked together on Saturday Night Live where they were co-anchors of Weekend Update.

The film depicts what happens during the clean-out as the duo decides to throw one final rager.

It turns into the cathartic experience that a bunch of ground-down adults really need.
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New high-end amenities reveal the escalating battle for for lucrative bi-coastal first and business class travelers.

Lie-flat seats with hypoallergenic pillows or a retro white leather lounger? Gruyere and fontina omelet or seared cauliflower with Himalayan red rice? Decisions, decisions. Turns out there are hundreds of them when jetting between Los Angeles and New York.

Although amenities vary among carriers, premium ticket sales tempt with the likes of a celebrity chef who cooks up a three-course menu paired with wines chosen by an award-winning master sommelier.

Then there's infotainment. One airline offers a tilting 15.4 inch HD capable touch screen monitor with access to nearly 200 feature films, 350 song selections. For game geeks, up to 20 are available for on-demand play.

Ground level goodies can include being whisked to connecting flights via a Porche hybrid. And for a fee, one carrier walks business and first-class ticket holders through security to their gates.

With airline competition for premium travelers sky-high, flying in the pointy end of the plane from LAX to JFK is getting more cushy every day.
Style Shot

It may be easy to find a bag that suits the gym. But not one you would also be happy taking to a business meeting. That was the view of Troubadour Leathergoods founders Abel Samet and Samuel Bail, who launched their first collection of men's accessories in 2013.

Their journey took the pair on a grand tour of leather tanneries that ended at a family business in Tuscany which makes leather as nurtured as fine wine. The hides are treated with tannins from chestnut, quebracho and mimosa. Then dried in the sun for the perfect blend of strength and softness.

The Troubadour Leather Holdall was the result of their determined effort to create the perfect all-around bag for men.

The only question: are men going to think the bag---with its individually polished zip-teeth---is a bit too good for locker rooms?   
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Red River


Dunson (played by John Wayne) is driving his cattle to the Red River when his adopted son (played by Montgomery Clift) turns against him.


Action Romance Western
Running Time: 132 Minutes
Director: Howard Hawks
Starring: Montgomery Clift, Joanne Dru, John Wayne

The Lucky Texan


Jerry Mason (played by John Wayne) a young Texan and Jake Benson (played by Gabby Hayes) an old rancher, become partners and strike it rich with a gold mine. Then they find their lives complicated by bad guys---and a woman.   

Romance Western
Running Time: 55 Minutes
Director: R.N. Bradbury
Starring: George "Gabby" Hayes, Barbara Shelton, John Wayne



George McLintock (played by John Wayne)---"GW" to friends and foes alike---is a cattle baron and the richest man in the territory. He anxiously awaits the return of his daughter Becky (played by Stephanie Powers) who has been away at school for the last two years. He's also surprised at the return of his wife Katherine (played by Maureen O'Hara). Between his wife, his headstrong daughter and the crooked land agents, GW tries to keep the peace and do what's best for everyone.   

Comedy Romance Western
Running Time: 105 Minutes
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Starring: Maureen O'Hara, Stephanie Powers, John Wayne

War of the Wildcats

WAR of the WILDCATS with JOHN WAYNE (aka In Old Oklahoma)    

Cowboy Dan Somers (played by John Wayne) and oilman Jim "Hunk" Gardner (played by Albert Dekker) compete for oil lease rights on Indian land in Oklahoma. As well as for the favors of school teacher Cathy Allen (played by Martha Scott).


Running Time: 102 Minutes
Director: Albert S. Rogell
Starring: Albert Dekker, Martha Scott, John Wayne

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