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Most Influential Men

Jon Stewart has been voted the “most influential man” in a poll by AskMen.com. The “Daily Show” host topped the list of 49 prominent men from politics, sports, entertainment, technology and philanthropy. AskMen says the “Daily Show” is “our youths’ most trusted source of information and its host the most trusted man in America.” President Obama landed at No. 21. 2010’s Most Influential Men:
 
1. Jon Stewart
18. George Clooney
35. Landon Donovan
2. Bill Gates
19. Dennis Crowley (Foursquare)
36. Hugh Jackman
3. Mark Zuckerberg
20. Matthew Weiner
37. Sidney Crosby
4. Steve Jobs
21. Barack Obama
38. Marc Jacobs
5. Kanye West
22. Ferran Adria
39. David Letterman
6. Drew Brees
23. Tom Ford
40. Christopher Nolan
7. James Franco
24. Eminem
41. Jonathan Franzen
8. Elon Musk
25. Ben Affleck
42. Henry Blodget
9. Jose Mourinho
26. Tom Brady
43. Leonardo DiCaprio
10. Graydon Carter
27. Andy Rubin
44. Win Butler (Arcade Fire)
11. Stephen Colbert
28. Drake
45. Kobe Bryant
12. Conan O’Brien
29. Zach Galifianakis
46. Julian Assange
13. Jay-Z
30. Isaiah Mustafa (Old Spice guy)
47. Sean Penn
14. Richard Branson
31. Mark Carney
48. Steve Slater
15. Rafael Nadal
32. Dana White
49. Russell Brand
16. Bobby Kotick
33. Justin Timberlake
 
17. LeBron James
34. Mark Webber
 
 
Notably missing from this year’s list are Tiger Woods (previously ranked 30th) and Simon Cowell (previously ranked 5th).
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October 27, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Great Horror Movie Quotes

What line from a horror movie stood the hair up on the back of your neck? Here of some of the greatest horror movie quotes of all time:
 
·       “We’ve traced the call. It’s coming from inside the house.” (“When a Stranger Calls,” 1979)
·       (Note Content) “I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass. And I’m all out of bubble gum.” (“They Live,” 1988)
·       “We all go a little mad sometimes.” (“Psycho,” 1960)
·       “They’re here.” (“Poltergeist,” 1982)
·       “Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep.” (“Nightmare on Elm Street,” 1984)
·       “They’re coming to get you, Barbara.” (“Night of the Living Dead,” 1968)
·       “Here’s Johnny.” (“The Shining,” 1980)
·       “You’re gonna need a bigger boat.” (“Jaws,” 1975)
·       “It’s alive. It’s alive!” (“Frankenstein,” 1931)
·       “Hi, I’m Chucky. Wanna play?” (“Child’s Play,” 1988)
·       “See this? This … is my boom stick.” (“Army of Darkness,” 1992)
·       “When there is no room left in hell, the dead will walk the earth.” (“Dawn of the Dead,” 1978)
·       “Sometimes dead is better.” (“Pet Sematary,” 1989)
·       “I have such sights to show you.” (“Hellraiser,” 1987)

October 26, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Top 5 Best and Worst Halloween Treats

There’s always that one house in the neighborhood that every kid is excited about at Halloween – the house with the really good stuff! Then there is the house that kids learn to avoid like the plague because of the bad treats they’re tricked with. Dallasobserver.com has listed the top 5 best and worst Halloween treats:
 
The Worst Halloween Treats:
1. Dum Dums
2. Raisins
3. Sugar Daddys, Tootsie Rolls, Dubble Bubble, Smarties and Peppermints
4. Toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, or bibles
5. Candy corn
 
Best Halloween Treats:
1. A variety of “Fun size” goodies
2. Anything “King Size” or “Giant”
3. Stuff only available on a Halloween candy aisle (i.e.: gummy eyeballs or mummy Pez dispensers.)
4. Retro treats (i.e.: Lifesavers swirled lollipops, Pop Rocks or Dr Pepper flavored gum.)
5. Anything teeth-ruining (i.e.: jawbreakers, atomic fireballs, anything gummy or mouth-staining.)

October 18, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Scream Awards 2010

The Spike TV Scream Awards for 2010 took place Saturday in Los Angeles. The stars of “True Blood” and “The Vampire Diaries” were out in full force, while Kristen Stewart, Nikki Reed and Jackson Rathbone were representing for the “Twilight Saga.” Other highlights included “Back To The Future” legends Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd – together again in celebration of the movie’s 25th anniversary – a mini “Lost” reunion, and an appearance from David Arquette following his split from Courteney Cox. Mickey Rourke and Bill Murray also attended. The show will air tomorrow. Some of the winners included:
 
The Ultimate Scream:  “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Best Fantasy Movie:  “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Best Horror Movie: “Zombieland”
Final Farewell: “Lost”
Best Actress in a Fantasy:  Kristen Stewart – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Best Actor in a Fantasy:  Robert Pattinson – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Best Horror Actor:  Alexander Skarsgard – “True Blood”
Best Villain:  Mickey Rourke – “Iron Man 2”
Best Heroine: Sigourney Weaver
Breakout Male Performance:  Xavier Samuel, “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”
Most Anticipated Movie:  “Green Lantern”

October 18, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What Celebrity Boss Would You Like To Work For?

A new survey by the HR resources group Adecco shows that 37% of people would like Oprah Winfrey as their boss, 35% would like to work for President Barack Obama, and just 4% would like to work for ex BP CEO Tony Hayward. The survey was carried out to coincide with National Boss Day on October 16th. The celebrity boss American’s would most like to work for:
 
Oprah Winfrey
37%
Former GE CEO Jack Welch
12%
President Obama
35%
Facebook co-founder/CEO Mark Zuckerberg
9%
Donald Trump
28%
Joe Torre
9%
Michelle Obama
26%
Simon Cowell
8%
Former Pres. George W. Bush
19%
Former BP CEO Tony Hayward
4%
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger
16%
None of the above
8%
Sarah Palin
15%
Other
7%
Martha Stewart
14%
 

October 12, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Scream Awards

Kristen Stewart, Megan Fox, Alexander Skarsgard, Mickey Rourke and Marilyn Manson are set to appear at the Scream 2010 awards on Spike TV. Former “Lost” co-stars Harold Perrineau, Henry Ian Cusick and Jorge Garcia from “Lost” will also be there. The Scream 2010 awards will also include a tribute to the iconic 1980s movie “Back to the Future” and its stars Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson. For the full list of nominees, and to vote, click on www.scream.spike.com. Nominees include:
 
The Ultimate Scream: “Alice in Wonderland,” “Avatar,” “District 9,” “Inception,” “Iron Man 2,” “Kick-Ass,” “Lost,” “True Blood,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and “Zombieland.”
Best Science Fiction Movie: “Avatar,” “District 9,” “Inception,” “Iron Man 2,” “Predators” and “The Road.”
Best Fantasy Movie: “Alice in Wonderland,” “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,” “Kick-Ass,” “Toy Story 3,” “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and “Where the Wild Things Are.”
Best Horror Movie: “The Crazies,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Paranormal Activity,” “Shutter Island,” “Thirst” and “Zombieland.”
Best TV Show: “Dexter,” “Doctor Who,” “Lost,” “True Blood” and “V.”
Best Fantasy Actress: Cate Blanchett – “Robin Hood,” Lily Cole – “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,” Chloe Grace Moretz – “Kick-Ass,” Saoirse Ronan – “The Lovely Bones,” Kristen Stewart – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and Mia Wasikowska – “Alice in Wonderland.”
Best Fantasy Actor: Nicolas Cage – “Kick-Ass,” Johnny Depp – “Alice in Wonderland,” Tom Hanks – “Toy Story 3,” Aaron Johnson – “Kick-Ass,” Taylor Lautner – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and Robert Pattinson – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.”
Best Science Fiction Actress: Scarlett Johansson – “Iron Man 2,” Mila Kunis – “The Book of Eli,” Evangeline Lilly – “Lost,” Ellen Page – “Inception,” Gwyneth Paltrow – “Iron Man 2” and Zoe Saldana – “Avatar.”
Best Science Fiction Actor: Sharlto Copley – “District 9,” Leonardo DiCaprio – “Inception,” Robert Downey Jr. – “Iron Man 2,” Matthew Fox – “Lost,” Josh Holloway – “Lost” and Denzel Washington – “The Book of Eli.”
Best Horror Actress: Julie Benz – “Dexter,” Emily Blunt – “The Wolfman,” Charlotte Gainsbourg – “Antichrist,” Milla Jovovich – “The Fourth Kind,” Anna Paquin – “True Blood” and Emma Stone – “Zombieland.”
Best Horror Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio – “Shutter Island,” Michael C Hall – “Dexter,” Woody Harrelson “Zombieland,” Stephen Moyer – “True Blood,” Timothy Olyphant – “The Crazies” and Alexander Skarsgard – “True Blood.”
Best Villain: Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger in “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” Stephen Lang as Col. Miles Quaritch in “Avatar,” Dieter Laser as Dr. Joseph Heiter in “The Human Centipede,” John Lithgow as the Trinity Killer in “Dexter,” Terry O’Quinn as John Locke/Smoke Monster in “Lost,” and Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko in “Iron Man 2.”
Best Superhero: Nicolas Cage – “Kick-Ass,” Robert Downey Jr. – “Iron Man 2,” Aaron Johnson – “Kick-Ass,” Chloe Grace Moretz – “Kick-Ass,” Zachary Quinto – “Heroes” and Tom Welling – “Smallville.”
Best Supporting Actor: Don Cheadle – “Iron Man 2,” Sir Ben Kingsley – “Shutter Island,” Joseph Gordon-Levitt – “Inception,” Christopher Mintz-Plasse – “Kick-Ass,” Mark Ruffalo – “Shutter Island” and Sam Trammell – “True Blood.”
Best Supporting Actress: Abigail Breslin – “Zombieland,” Jennifer Carpenter – “Dexter,” Marion Cotillard – “Inception,” Anne Hathaway – “Alice in Wonderland,” Yunjin Kim – “Lost” and Sigourney Weaver – “Avatar.”
Breakout Performance – Female: Deborah Ann Woll – “True Blood,” Gemma Arterton – “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,” Morena Baccarin – “V,” Lyndsy Fonseca – “Kick-Ass,” Chloe Grace Moretz – “Kick-Ass” and Mia Wasikowska – “Alice in Wonderland.”
Breakout Performance – Male: Sharlto Copley – “District 9,” Andrew Garfield – “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,” Tom Hardy – “Inception,” Aaron Johnson – “Kick-Ass,” Xavier Samuel – “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and Kodi Smit-McPhee – “The Road.”
Best Cameo: Bubo the Mechanical Owl – “Clash of the Titans,” Michael Caine – “Inception,” Rosario Dawson – “Percy Jackson,” Stan Lee – “Iron Man 2” and Bill Murray – “Zombieland.”
Best Ensemble: “Inception,” “Iron Man 2,” “Kick-Ass,” “Lost,” “True Blood” and “Zombieland.”
Most Memorable Mutilation: Body dissolved by hydrofluoric acid – “Saw VI,” Forced to cut off own flesh and arm – “Saw VI,” Heart cut out of chest, cut up into souffle and fed to people – “True Blood,” Scalped with a hunting knife – “Inglourious Basterds,” Surgically transformed into human centipede – “The Human Centipede” and Zombie shot in the mouth by flare gun – “Survival of the Dead.”
Best Fight Scene of the Year: Aisha vs. Clay – “The Losers,” Anti-gravity hotel fight – “Inception,” Hit-Girl vs. the Drug Dealers – “Kick-Ass,” Final battle: Iron Man and Rhodes vs. Vanko and the Drones – “Iron Man 2,” Final battle: Na’vi vs. the military – “Avatar” and Perseus and the Heroes vs. Medusa – “Clash of the Titans.”
Holy Sh*t! Scene of the Year: Damon Macready shoots little daughter Mindy in chest – “Kick-Ass,” The destruction of Los Angeles – “2012,” Dren mates with Clive – “Splice,” Freight train drives through city streets – “Inception,” Head twisted 180 degrees during sex – “True Blood” and Paris street folds over onto itself – “Inception.”
3-D Top 3: “Alice in Wonderland,” Avatar” and “Toy Story 3.”
Best F/X: “2012,” “Avatar,” “District 9,” “Inception,” “Iron Man 2” and “Zombieland.”
Best Comic Book Movie: “Iron Man 2,” “Kick-Ass” and “The Losers.”
Best Comic Book or Graphic Novel: “Asterios Polyp,” “Blackest Night,” “The Boys,” “Chew,” “Parker: The Hunter,” “Scalped” and “The Walking Dead.”

October 11, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Most Powerful Entertainers

The most powerful entertainer in 2010 is Johnny Depp, according to Entertainment Weekly’s annual ranking of the world’s 50 Most Powerful Entertainers. The magazine said, “With his uncompromising gonzo turn as Capt. Jack Sparrow in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl’ in 2003, his stardom went supernova. … Depp can do anything he wants.” The top 10:
 
1. Johnny Depp
6. Robert Downey Jr.
2. Gaga
7. Sandra Bullock
3. Oprah Winfrey
8. Ellen DeGeneres
4. Simon Cowell
9. and Leonardo DiCaprio
5. Will Smith
10. Eminem

October 11, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

World’s Most Powerful Women

First Lady Michelle Obama’s status on the global stage is in no doubt after she topped a list of the world’s 100 most powerful women. The First Lady jumped 39 places to top the rankings compiled by Forbes magazine. The top 10 most powerful women in the world:
 
1. First Lady Michelle Obama
6. Indra Nooyi (CEO, PepsiCo)
2. Irene Rosenfeld (CEO, Kraft Foods)
7. Lady Gaga
3. Oprah Winfrey
8. Gail Kelly (CEO, Westpac, Australia)
4. Angela Merkel (German Chancellor)
9. Beyoncé Knowles
5. Hillary Clinton
10. Ellen DeGeneres

October 7, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Best Sports Cities

Chicago, with the NHL Stanley Cup-winning Blackhawks and fast-rising NBA Bulls leading the way, is No. 1 in the 17th annual Best Sports Cities rankings from Sporting News. The Windy City has dethroned 2009’s No. 1, Pittsburgh, a first-time winner in 2009 and No. 12 this year. The top 10 on the list:

 
1. Chicago
6. New York
2. Boston
7. Phoenix/Tempe
3. Los Angeles
8. Atlanta
4. Philadelphia
9. Denver/Boulder
5. Dallas/Fort Worth
10. Detroit/Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti

October 7, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

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