11. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Julianne Moore made an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show in Rockefeller Center on Sept. 10, 2013 in New York City. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Kristin Cavallari showed support for her husband, Jay Cutler, with her Chicago Bears-inspired nails at the Colgate Optic White Beauty Bar at NYC’s Salon Ziba on Sept. 10. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Rihanna attended a photocall to launch Rihanna for River Island SS14 collection in London on Sept. 10. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Jessica Alba did some shopping with a friend in New York City on Sept. 10. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Claire Danes, Damian Lewis, Morena Baccarin and Mandy Patinkin attended a special screening of “Homeland” at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. on Sept. 9. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Stacy Keibler was spotted out and about wearing a jumpsuit in NYC on Sept.
Sallah from Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade- Indiana Jones knows when he needs someone he can count on he can call on Sallah. As one of the strongest excavators in Egypt, Sallah is faithful and a strong friend. When the Nazis blow up his brothers car he goes out of his way to steal camels in compensation for the loss. He is considered such a beloved character that Disney used his character and voice for the Indiana Jones ride at the Disney parks. He is a family man whose sense of humor and love of life is matched only by his quick wits. 7. Trinity from the Matrix movies- Trinity is an interesting character. As the first character we are introduced to in the Matrix, she shows us that that some people really do know how to bend reality. When it comes to finding Neo she is the one that introduces him to Morpheus. She moved much of the action of the films and was independently responsible for many of the events. She didnt even necessarily need to be attached at the hip of the main hero to do her part. Trinity kept fighting until her death. 6.
The 44-year-old actress – who has received several accolades including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and two BAFTA awards – may be one of the most wanted stars in Hollywood, but she feels she needs to stop agreeing to appear in so many movies. Speaking to the Metro newspaper, she said: ”I think there are way too many films made and I’ve probably made way too many films. But I do think there’s something about live performance that is compelling. It reveals what it means to be human. ”It’s a very intimate, connective art form. That’s why I do it. All of the stuff – ”What are you wearing? Who do you like kissing the most?” – that goes along with it doesn’t interest me in the least. But the art form does interest me.” Blanchett – who has previously starred alongside the likes of Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Matt Damon – insists she’s not interested in big-budget blockbusters and just prefers to work alongside great actors instead. She explained: ”In my career, I’ve never wanted to get anywhere in particular. I just wanted to work with interesting people on interesting projects.”
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If only there had been a little bit more bone with all the blood, this could have been special. Sadly, itas all clichA. But at least itas short. Special features include behind the scenes and character bios. FILL THE VOID: One star out of five a Like suffocating beneath a thick layer of protective plastic, Fill the Void feels like slow death. Indeed, if you ever wondered what it might feel like to be zipped up in a body bag while still breathing, but unable to move, this is the movie that brings it all home as it forces the viewer to accept a lack of oxygen and freedom without a fight. As itas set against the backdrop of Israelas ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, weare introduced to the beautiful Shira (Hadas Yaron), an 18-year-old woman who looks up to her older sister, who is about to give birth. When her sister dies and leaves behind a widower and an infant, Shiraas grieving mother begs her to marry the man left behind so the family can stay in Israel. Shira wrestles for a moment, but decides her own happiness must come second in this world where men control everything, especially the assignment of female value and worthiness. Because the movie tries to camouflage the inherent sexism through emotional device a not to mention cheap star filters to diffuse the light a it feels like manipulative propaganda. Special features include commentary and more. NIRVANA: LIVE AND LOUD: Three stars out of five a The ghost of Kurt Cobain may not be happy about the apparent cash grab, but he can at least take pride in the show. Live and Loud is a complete record of Nirvanaas 1993 show at Seattleas Pier 48, fleshed out with new concert footage sampled from other gigs on the same tour. Itas complete with new bonus material, and thereas no doubt this cut-for-cash doc features the band at its grungiest best and offers those who never got a chance to see them live a close approximation of the real deal.