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Bryce on Gwen and SPIDER-MAN 3 (Article) - 5/4/2007 4:26:53 PM

Saturday night Tobey. Great stuff. Enjoyed the movie a lot. Now when is it on DVD?

Tyler Set as HULK Love Interest (Article) - 5/4/2007 6:05:34 AM

I think she has been at the grey havens for a while.

Producer Peters Says Singer at Work on SUPER Sequel (Article) - 5/3/2007 2:00:20 AM

Which means he is still off the Logan's Run project.

Darren Aronofksy talks "Noah" (Article) - 5/2/2007 5:04:48 AM

"contradicts itself every other page" - Hardly though there are admittidly some. Contraditions usually from a lack of knowledge as to what is written and the background of people or statements involved. Most people think the bible says one thing when it doesn't, but some 'contractions' comes from trying to marry up church teachings (many based on greek philosophy) with the bible rather than what the bible actually says. Often the bible says so and so did this or that but makes no judgement on the event. But elsewhere they read that to do or not to do such a thing is wrong but this is not a contradition just a statement of the event. Also the way ancient cultures viewed thing or acted can make it seem like a contraction. For instance it says at one point that Canaan was Noah's youngest son. Later Canaan is listed as a son of Ham so his grandson. Contradition? No the Jews and other nations often use the word son in a sense broader than merely to designate one's immediate male offspring. It is often use for an adoptive child, grandson, great grandson or son in law. So both statements are correct in the eyes of the jewish writer, it just seems to contradict because of not understanding their cultural viewpoint. So I haven't found a 'contraditions' that with a look at the context and a bit of background research that cannot be clear up. As interesting as this discssion is, I think we are moving off topic a bit.

Ridley Scott to direct "Nottingham" (Article) - 5/1/2007 3:33:24 AM

UK tv viewers have had a long line Robin Hood based prorammes, who can forget Maiden Marian and her Merry Men. LOL At least it would be a new take I suppose. Normans are always cast as villans in movies of this period.

Darren Aronofksy talks "Noah" (Article) - 5/1/2007 3:14:16 AM

Aronofksy's not read Matthew 24:38 For as they were in those days before the flood, eating and drinking, men marrying and women being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered into the ark. I hope Aronofksy checks his source material a little better. If Noah plants a vineyard he will have to wait several years to make any wine. And as it contain a event involving a grown grandson it would have been decades later. Some people will always misuses things, alcohol, drugs, freedom.

Ridley Scott to direct "Nottingham" (Article) - 4/30/2007 4:00:01 AM

Please NO!!! Not another Robin Hood film.

Logan's Run (Article) - 4/24/2007 4:28:34 PM

In memory of Roscoe Lee Browne (May/2/1925 - April/11/2007)

Abrams says Kirk in "Star Trek" (Article) - 4/24/2007 4:18:19 PM

When Orion Slave Girls go bad . . . this time its green.

Abrams says Kirk in "Star Trek" (Article) - 4/19/2007 11:58:03 AM

My good friend at Paramount said that Kirk is the villian in this movie. The real heros are two simulation engineers who created the defacto scenario for testing SF officer. They enlist the help of Cadet Spock as they battle to repair the damage caused by a certain Cadet.


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