News: Avatar, Keith Haring, Cyberbullying, Iowa, Justin Timberlake

 roadNYers, One Life to Live's Scott Evans
is set to be auctioned off for the NY gay
dodgeball league tonight at the Jockathon
. Bid him up!

Lambert  roadLambert talks fashion in Vman.

 roadWoman bites it during Showcase Showdown on The Price is Right.

 roadAvatar breaks
Titanic world record
: "Distributor 20th Century Fox said the
James Cameron mega-budget
blockbuster's worldwide cume — excluding Puerto Rico — was
through the weekend just $2 million shy of "Titanic's" global
boxoffice record of $1.843 billion. The distributor confirmed that
"Titanic's" historic benchmark fell
as of early Monday."

 roadStop cyberbullying (watch the whole thing).

 roadScientists hope to resurrect extinct Galapagos tortoises: "Researchers theorize that the nine identified living descendants of the
vanished species are the grandchildren of lucky elephantopus
survivors which may have been taken by whalers as future meals but then
thrown overboard. Those last heroic survivors then must have come ashore
to nearby islands and mated with the native species living there."

 roadGay All My Children actor James Mitchell (Palmer Cortland) has died at 89.

Gillibrand  roadGillibrand to step up attacks on Harold Ford, Jr.: "The onetime Albany-area congresswoman has begun to mix it up in recent days, but her penchant for measured responses and attacking Ford through proxies hasn’t impressed many in a tabloid media market that rewards the brash and punishes the bashful.

Several Democratic sources told POLITICO that Gillibrand and her team get it — and are now seeking to augment her communications team with a consultant who will more aggressively target Ford…"

 roadTickle Me, Hugh Jackman.

 roadGay Indiana businessman to be guest at State of the Union.

 roadIndiewire goes
inside the screening of 8: A Mormon Proposition
.

Haring  roadDesigners who accidentally leased Keith Haring's Broome Street apartment pay tribute to the street art master.

 roadGrooved hills captured on surface of Saturn moon Titan.

 roadJamaican shopkeeper won't sell to people with HIV: "Stone responds that many Jamaicans believe that any
contact, not only with someone who has HIV, but even touching something
they have touched, would lead to infection."

 roadUK travel agencies want you to visit Brighton.

 roadLady Gaga and Marc Jacobs were seen spraying each other with Champagne at NYC's 1 Oak following her closing show last night.

Gosling  roadRyan Gosling takes a ride on a tube.

 roadJustin Timberlake to be feted by Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club.

 roadIowa Governor Chet Culver to declare Wednesday Gay-Straight Alliance Day in the state: "The day, organized by Iowa Pride Network seeks to honor student GSA groups in high schools and colleges that work to end violence and harassment of students including those that are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender."

 roadScientology recruiting star leaves the church: "He says the church failed to deliver the spiritual gains it promised.

He also wants his money back, nearly $120,000 he says he prepaid for services never taken. A church policy says parishioners can get repayments, but if they do, they cannot come back.

Eleven months ago, Anderson met with Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis to discuss his request for repayment."

Comments

  1. says

    AVTAAR is a special and impressing movie….Mr camron deserve this. But i don’t think there is need to compare this movie to titanic. Both are different movie.and i am bit surprising the people because they comparing box office collection and cinematography of both movie….how can we compare this?? anyway thanks for sharing this movie reviews and thought with us.

  2. David Allman! says

    Titanic has still been seen by a hundred million more people than Avatar. Simple math, both films have sold 1.9 billion dollars worth of tickets. Titanic, average ticket was $4.50-$5.50. Average Avatar ticket prices are $9.00-$15.00 [3d].
    I don’t understand why officials say that Avatar is so extremely successful. Yes, it IS very succesful, but it hasn’t honestly surpased Titanic in number of tickets sold.

  3. David Allman! says

    Titanic has still been seen by a hundred million more people than Avatar. Simple math, both films have sold 1.9 billion dollars worth of tickets. Titanic, average ticket was $4.50-$5.50. Average Avatar ticket prices are $9.00-$15.00 [3d].
    I don’t understand why officials say that Avatar is so extremely successful. Yes, it IS very succesful, but it hasn’t honestly surpased Titanic in number of tickets sold.

  4. says

    Whoever your source was for the raffling off of Scott Evans lied. The Jock-A-Thon was a pretty good event but Scott wasn’t even in attendance – though he does play in the dodgeball league. So no luckly person won a date with him last night. Sorry…

  5. says

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    As soon as the young man was alone, he stepped into
    an empty hallway and opened the packet. Inside, a message read: “You’re our kind of person. Report to the fifth floor.”

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